What's a first pro win mean to a family? Ask Adam Cianciarulo, or his dad, right about now. Adam scored his first pro win after a rough intro to the outdoor circuit. Let's check out the top ten.

1. Adam Cianciarulo took over the lead in the 250 main after his Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki teammate, Martin Davalos, went down on lap four.

2. Blake Baggett kept the pressure on Cianciarulo throughout the main, short of maybe the last few laps after lapped riders came into play. Considering that he'd only had a couple weeks to ride coming into Dallas after recovering from pre-season injuries, he rode amazingly well.

3. Martin Davalos recovered to pick up third, and help complete a Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki sweep of the 250 podium.

4. Vince Friese had started his '14 campaign in the West aboard a 450, and had been turning in some solid results. A fourth in the 250 class here is strong.

5. Justin Bogle (GEICO Honda) worked his way through the LCQ to make the main, and carded a solid fifth-place finish.

6. Cole Thompson (Rockstar Energy Racing KTM) put in a solid effort in his first 250 main of the season, while filling in for Joey Savatgy.

7. Blake Wharton (GEICO Honda) worked his way from 11th at the start of the 250 main up to seventh at the finish.

8. Kyle Cunningham (Smartop MotoConcepts Racing) started 13th and moved steadily forward throughout the main.

9. Before the start of racing, most people probably would have guessed that Alex Martin's brother, Jeremy, would have been the top-finishing sibling. Nope, not this weekend.

10. Mitch Oldenberg scored the final spot in the top ten.

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