Troy Lee Designs rider Cole Seely had another strong showing at the 13th Round of the Monster Energy Supercross series, taking place at the Edward Jones Dome. His fourth-place finish in the Gateway City was his fourth consecutive finish in the top four, moving him within eight points of third in the 450SX Championship standings.
Twenty-four hours before securing his 13th Indy car victory and first on a road/street course since Vancouver in his 1999 CART championship season, Juan Pablo Montoya was sizing up the Verizon IndyCar Series season.
Novant Healthcare BMX Supercross in Rock Hill, SC played host to three amazing events over the weekend: The USA Cycling Elite National Championship, USABMX Carolina Nationals, and the UCI Continental Championships. Although Redline only had three riders in attendance - World Champion Sam Willoughby, USABMX and USA Cycling National Champion Alise Post, and USA Cycling Junior Elite Champion Collin Hudson - their presence was felt heavily on the podium all weekend!
Looking to finish strong in season points, Christian Brothers Racing entered the final event on the snocross national calendar this past March 13-15 in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. The event was held on the slopes of the Grand Geneva Resort's Mountain Top ski area and is perhaps the most anticipated event on the schedule. A three-race format for Pro Open riders, the team was busy all weekend trying to secure as many points as possible in this final event.
Troy Lee Designs rider Cole Seely tacked up another Heat Race win and Main Event podium to his rookie season accomplishments with an impressive showing at the 12th round of the Monster Energy Supercross series from Ford Field. This season Seely has a total of three heat-race wins and now three Main Event podium finishes.
Starting in the 11th position, Vildosola Racing reaches the finish line in the top 5 of over 50 Trick Trucks that battled in the Las Vegas Desert, in what is considered the most important off road race in the USA, the Mint 400.