Jessy Nelson is one of motocross’ brightest upcoming stars, currently ripping up the 250 class on a KTM. The San Luis Obispo County native has endured a litany of injuries, including the loss of a thumb when he was only eleven, and yet sits on the cusp of a successful elite-level career. Jessy has not finished outside of the Top Ten in any AMA SX race he’s entered in 2015. Those results also include three podiums with a first place finish in Anaheim.
Route 66 Speedway in Joliet, Illinois, played host to Rounds 11 and 12 on the ISOC Snocross National calendar. Nestled between the massive grandstands of the speedway, Christian Brothers Racing riders Logan Christian, Dave Joanis and Tyler Adams were greeted by one of the longest and most challenging tracks so far this season.
Four wheels and 600 horsepower more than he’s used to, Toby Price, ‘King of the Desert’ is taking to the bitumen in the Stadium Super Trucks competition, starting on Thursday at Clipsal 500.
Casey Mears and Germain Racing are off to a blazing start in the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season. Save for a distressing Duel 150, the GEICO team scored top finishes during Speedweeks and, more notably, managed to cruise through ten practice sessions, Daytona 500 qualifying, a short-lived Duel 150 and a 507.5-mile race without damaging a single racecar. While their fourth place finish in the Sprint Unlimited and the sixth place Daytona 500 result is impressive, most impressive is the fact that they escaped the World Center of Racing unscathed.
Kasey Kahne, driver of the No. 5 Farmers Insurance Chevrolet SS, started off the 2015 season strong by finishing ninth in Sunday’s Daytona 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Daytona International Speedway. Kahne now ranks ninth in the point standings.
Aaron Gwin talks about building his first home, riding trials bikes and of course, the famous incident of 2014.