Torrance, CA: Round 10 of the 2014 Supercross season took place this weekend at the Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida. This year's Daytona Supercross by Honda marked Honda's 23rd year of sponsoring this unique and historic race. Daytona is always tough, and this year's track designed by former Honda Champion Ricky Carmichael was no different.
Troy Lee Designs / Lucas Oil / Honda rider Cole Seely has had one heck of a season thus far. In addition to winning Anaheim 2 and battling tooth-in-nail with Rockstar Energy Racing’s Jason Anderson for the Western Regional 250 Supercross Championship, Seely was recruited to fill in for the injured Trey Canard on the Muscle Milk Honda team, starting with last weekend’s Indy Supercross. Seely shocked many by finishing a solid third aboard the factory Honda CRF450R, and hopes to enjot similar success at this weekend’s Daytona Supercross and also at the following event in Detroit. TransWorld Motocross spent some time in the hills with Seely yesterday aboard mountain bikes, and we interviewed him in between hills…
Team Honda Muscle Milk announces today that Troy Lee Designs / Lucas Oil / Honda 250 Supercross riderCole Seely will fill in for Trey Canard aboard the factory Honda CRF450R. Seely will line up for this weekend’s Indianapolis Supercross, and will continue with Team Honda Muscle Milk until round eleven in Detroit, MI.
The sport of motocross can be challenging and unforgiving on many different levels: Tracks are ever changing, the competition is always advancing, and injuries play a major role in every racer’s career. Heading into this year’s Monster Energy AMA West Coast Supercross series, Troy Lee Designs / Lucas Oil / Honda’s Jessy Nelson had a big crash at the test track, breaking his sternum and forcing him to sit on the couch for six weeks.
Robbie Wageman came out to Perris Raceway to prepare for the 2014 racing season. The Yamaha pilot start off with a fast pace in the morning practice that carried over into his races throughout the day. Racing against some very strong competition, Wageman ended the day with a 4th overall in the 250 Intermediate class after having trouble on the first lap of the opening moto. In the second moto however, he came back to put on a comeback charge after a 5th place start on the first lap, crossing the checkers in second place. In the Schoolboy class, he took home a 2nd place overall with 1-2 finishes against another strong field of racers.