GEICO Honda’s Tomac (@elitomac) and Hahn (@WilHahn23) Ready for Atlanta SX
Feb19

GEICO Honda’s Tomac (@elitomac) and Hahn (@WilHahn23) Ready for Atlanta SX

Former 250SX champions Eli Tomac and Wil Hahn are seeking season-changing performances as they take their rookie 450 campaigns to the East Coast for this weekend’s Monster Energy Supercross event at the Georgia Dome. Due to some bothersome injuries, the first half of the season has not brought the podium results Tomac and Hahn had hoped for, but the duo insist progress is being made as they transition to the sport’s premier category....

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Bowers and Ames Continue to Lead AMA Arenacross
Feb19

Bowers and Ames Continue to Lead AMA Arenacross

Bowers and Ames Continue to Lead AMA Arenacross for Team Babbitt’s Monster Energy/Amsoil Kawasaki Irvine, Calif. (February 19, 2014) – The seventh round of AMA Arenacross saw two nights of racing at Idaho Center in Nampa, Idaho. Team Babbitt’s Monster Energy/Amsoil Kawasaki’s Tyler Bowers raced to his fifth overall win on Friday by tying with Zach Ames. Bowers was rewarded the overall by winning the second main event and the...

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Dallas SX: GEICO Honda
Feb18

Dallas SX: GEICO Honda

ARLINGTON, Texas (Feb. 15) — A challenging race course caused havoc for most of the riders in the 250SX East category Saturday night at AT&T Cowboy Stadium, and the GEICO Honda trio of Justin Bogle, Blake Wharton, and Matt Bisceglia were no exception. Bogle did best on a crash-filled night, finishing fifth overall, followed by Wharton in seventh. Bisceglia got the worst of the night, damaging his rear brake on the parade lap and...

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Stewart Makes It Two In A Row
Feb17

Stewart Makes It Two In A Row

Stewart Makes It Two In A Row In Arlington – Cianciarulo Gets His First ARLINGTON, Texas (February 15, 2014) – In front of 54,421 fans inside AT&T Stadium, Team Yoshimura Suzuki’s James Stewart won his second straight Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, race with a dominant performance in the 450SX Class for the 47th win of his career. In the opening race of the Eastern Regional 250SX Class Championship,...

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Dungey Places 2nd at Dallas Supercross
Feb17

Dungey Places 2nd at Dallas Supercross

Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ryan Dungey had a good night out in Round Seven of the Monster Energy Supercross series with a second place, riding in front of the packed AT&T Stadium at Arlington, Texas. Teammate Ken Roczen, secured sixth and remains second in the overall points standings. Dungey contested the first 450SX heat race where he was sixth at the first corner after a solid start and had moved up to fourth by the hallway...

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