DECATUR, Texas – FMF KTM Factory Racing’s Cody Webb won the RevLimiter Extreme Enduro for the second-straight year after sweeping all three motos on Sunday to earn a perfect score for the weekend. Webb began his dominance on Saturday, where he topped the timed qualifying sessions to earn pole position for Sunday’s racing. The event hosted a three-race format, each consisting of a slightly different challenge for the riders. In race one, Webb got off to a great start and began working his way ahead of the pack. He opened up a gap on the rest of the field to ultimately best his competition by over 17 minutes after two hours of racing in the first bout. The second race of the day was a one-hour competition. Webb once again put himself into the front of the pack early on and he held his position through the checkers, this time finishing just over four minutes ahead of second-place. The third and final race of the day was perhaps the most challenging of them all, despite being the shortest in time. With only 45 minutes of racing, Webb battled back and forth with Wade Young on the opening lap but he was able to pull away on lap two when his competitors got held up. From there, Webb continued to push his way through the finish with a four-minute gap once again over second-place. Webb: “It was a perfect weekend for me – I won all four events and I was super happy to take my second RevLimiter win in a row. We made a few minor bike adjustments on Saturday night and I felt so comfortable today on the course. It makes my life a lot easier when I feel like the bike is doing all the hard work for me.”