The Dayton Motorcycle Club hosted the final round of the 2014 VP Racing Fuels AMA Pro Hillclimb series on their Devil's Staircase hill on Sunday. It’s the 65th year of racing at the venue.
With a final time of 1:34:44.716 in a two heat race, Vildosola Racing won second place in the Rigid Industries SCORE Desert Challenge 2014, which took place this weekend at the Coyne Powersports Motorplex in Imperial Valley, CA.
After a full season of FMB Diamond Series stops, the grand finale went down last Monday, on the red sands of Utah at Red Bull Rampage. The Spaniard Andreu Lacondeguy can call himself the new Red Bull Rampage champion. But it was also a battle between Trek C3 Project team riders, Brandon Semenuk and Brett Rheeder for the FMB World Tour overall title. In the end, TLD's Brandon Semenuk took his third title after 2011 and 2012. For Trek, Semenuk’s third and Rheeder’s fifth place was a double win. The performance of their all-star team has also rewarded them with the first ever FMB Factory Team title.
The last race of the 2014 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup is done and dusted and it couldn't have happened in a better way. In front of the eyes of the pioneers of the sport it was Sam Willoughby (AUS) and Mariana Pajon (COL) who grabbed the wins at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, California. The overall titles went to Liam Phillips (GBR) and Caroline Buchanan (AUS) who came to the final race as series leaders.
Juan Pablo Montoya - the 2000 Indianapolis 500 winner who returned to open-wheel racing after seven years in NASCAR - shares his insights on and off the track with USA TODAY Sports during the season. Montoya, 38, spoke with Jeff Olson after he had some time to reflect on the IndyCar finale.
After eleven years with Honda, Troy Lee Designs announced last week that they had signed a multi-year deal to move to KTM. The agreement will likely see TLD as the factory 250 team beginning in 2016. For next season, though, things will remain the same - TLD will compete in the 250SX West Region and the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. Tyler Keefe has been behind the helm at TLD for nearly five years, serving as team manager. With so many changes coming next season - Cole Seely is leaving as well - we rang up Keefe to see what exactly the change to KTM means and much more.