The turn of every calendar race season brings unease. The off-season is a high pressure, high intensity atmosphere where riders, parents, and agents run around like chickens with their heads cut off scrambling for a small portion of the pie. It starts now. Many top factory riders are locking in the last of their deals already. But privateers must scratch and claw for everything from a ride to boots to grips.
Distinguished world-class motorcycle racer, Micky Dymond, will be racing in the 2014 Sturgis Supermoto race. The former AMA 125cc Motocross Champion, AMA Supermoto Unlimited Champion and Baja 1000 winner is sure to bring some speed to the streets of Sturgis.
Canada’s best rider and newly crowned MX1 champion raced at the final round of the AMA Motocross Nationals in Utah and finished 16th. Is that good?
Following a win the last time he was out at a Global Rallycross race, Hoonigan Racing Division’s Ken Blockcame into Daytona International Speedway and put down an extremely impressive display of driving ability, coming away from the event with a hard-earned 2nd overall.
Ford Performance Racing’s Chaz Mostert has proved his wet weather credentials with a blistering drive in challenging conditions from 11th on the grid to second place in the final race of the day at Sydney Motorsport Park.
American Honda Motor Corp., Inc. announced today that it has signed Cole Seely to its factory supercross/motocross team with a multiyear contract. As a member of the Troy Lee Designs Honda satellite squad, Seely this year finished a close second in the AMA Supercross series’ 250 West title chase and also performed well during three appearances as a substitute rider on Team Honda Muscle Milk in the premier class. Now Seely will campaign a Honda CRF450R alongside Trey Canard in the AMA Supercross and AMA Pro Motocross championships.