"It was a tough, technical track but I think I rode pretty good this weekend," said Dungey. "Overall, I felt good and I had a strong pace on the Rockstar Makita Suzuki RM-Z450. Then, I went out on a limb and we made some changes before the second moto and it just wasn't doing it for me. I lost a bit of ground, but no excuses. We just need to keep our head up and move forward because there's plenty of racing left. We're going to Pala next, and to go 1-1 would be great, but all I can ask for is the most from myself. I like that track and I was able to win both motos there last year so it'd be great to do it again. I just want to focus on finishing the season strong for Team Rockstar Makita Suzuki."