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Supercross Stirs Up the Dirt at Inaugural Dodger Stadium Run

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The field of Dodger Stadium was transformed for the first time ever into the grounds for the Supercross event, which found rider Ryan Villopoto victorious, and unbeaten in the region after last night, according to the Daily Breeze.

Villapoto is the series' points leader; he won the season opener held in Anaheim, and last night was triumphant again the in the 20-lap main event.

"The first race in the 56,000-seat stadium drew 41,107," fans. Check out a few photos from Dodger Stadium.

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