During the first moto, Dungey got off the line in third. But by the fifth lap, Dungey moved pass Motoconcepts Suzuki’s Mike Alessi for the lead. Dungey continued to open a gap, eventually finishing over 16 seconds ahead of Alessi and Honda’s Tommy Hahn.Dungey got a better start in the second moto, and was in the lead by the end of the first lap. He crashed on the sixth lap, losing his lead to Alessi. He remounted the KTM, and was able to catch Alessi once again. Once he passed Alessi for the lead, though, he had to pit to refuel due to losing some fuel during the tip over.Dungey rejoined, and up front Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Tyla Rattray passed Alessi for the lead. Dungey would catch Alessi, but couldn’t catch Rattray, who took the moto 2 win. Dungey would finish second, with Alessi in third.With his 1-2 finish, though, Dungey took the overall win, his seventh straight AMA Motocross victory. Dungey now has an 85-point lead over Alessi, and could possible secure the title at the next round at Unadilla next weekend.Attached above is wallpaper highlighting Dungey’s performance at the Moto-X 338 National; for a review, click here.Click motorcycle thumbnail to expand. Right click motorcycle wallpaper to download.