NEW BERLIN — Heavy rain and weather delays did not prevent Marvin Musquin from extending his Lucas Oil Pro Motocross winning streak in Saturday's Unadilla National.

Musquin won both 450cc Class motos — each were shortened because of heavy rain, strong winds and lightning — for the third consecutive stop on the 12-race national tour, leaving him just 31 points behind series leader Eli Tomac with two rounds remaining.

With torrential rain pouring down and the track becoming a sloppy mess, Musquin beat out runner-up Blake Baggett and Cole Seely in the first moto. The start of the second 450cc moto - shortened from 30 minutes plus two laps to 20 minutes plus one lap — was delayed over two hours, but Musquin led from start to finish and completed the sweep with a victory over Martin Davalos and Cooper Webb.

In the overall 450cc results, Musquin (1-1) was followed by Davalos (8-2), Seely (3-6), Webb (7-3) and Baggett (2-11). Tomac finished 10th and fifth in the motos — good for ninth overall — and saw his championship point lead over Baggett shrink to 400-373. Musquin, who also swept both motos at the Washougal National in Washington and the Spring Creek National in Minnesota, is third with 369 points.

Jeremy Martin was the overall winner in the 250cc Class after finishing second in the first moto and first in the second. Joey Savatgy won the first moto, finished fourth in the second and placed second overall. Zach Osborne was third overall — he placed third and fifth — and now leads Martin in the points standings 413-350. Savatgy is third with 324 points.