Jeremy McGrath injury – dislocated hip

Jeremy McGrath injury – dislocated hip

Jeremy McGrath dislocated his right hip while riding at KTM’s supercross practice track on Thursday, September 19. The track is located off of HWY 15 in Corona California.





Jeremy went to the hospital to get checked out. Things are looking good, with no broken bones or tendon/ligament damage. It will take a lot of rest to get better, although you can be sure Jeremy will see his own doctors ASAP and begin his rehabilitation program.





I’ve dislocated my hip before. It’s the most painful thing I’ve been thru physically in my life. Good luck MC.



RJ





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World Motocross – Round 12 – RUSSIA

World Motocross – Round 12 – RUSSIA

Yakhroma RUSSIA

Circuit ‘Park Extreme’





125’s: Mickael Maschio becomes the 2002 125 World Motocross Champion. He finished fourth today. Steve Ramon won the event, and finished just four points behind Maschio in the title chase.



With Mickael Pichon’s 250 World Title, 2002 marks the first time France has had two current World Champions.





250’s: Mickael Pichon won the 250 Grand Prix today. It’s his ninth win in a row, and 11th of the season.





500’s: Javier Garcia Vico won his first ever Grand Prix with the win in the 500 class. It’s also the first 500 Grand Prix win by a rider from Spain.





125 Grand Prix Results:



1. Steve Ramon – KTM

2. Ben Townley – KTM

3. Marc DeReuver – KTM

4. Mickael Maschio – KAW

5. Stephen Sword – KTM





125 Final Point Standings:



1. Mickael Maschio – 225

2. Steve Ramon – 221

3. Patrick Caps – 197

4. Philippe DuPasquier – 183

5. Alex Puzar – 169





250 Grand Prix Results:



1. Mickael Pichon – SUZ

2. Josh Coppins – HON

3. Ken Gundersen – KAW

4. James Dobb – KTM

5. Pit Beirer – HON





250 Final Point Standings:



1. Mickael Pichon – 288

2. Josh Coppins – 222

3. Pit Beirer – 205

4. James Dobb – 177

5. Ken Gundersen – 167





500 Grand Prix Results:



1. Javier Garcia Vico – KTM

2. Joel Smets – KTM

3. Stefan Everts – YAM

4. Marnicq Bervoets – YAM

5. James Noble – HON





500 Final Point Standings:



1. Stefan Everts – 268

2. Joel Smets – 229

3. Javier Garcia Vico – 225

4. Marnicq Bervoets – 222

5. Andrea Bartolini – 154





Courtesy DORNA Off-Road





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Mickael Maschio


Honda’s two new 2004 250 four-stroke models

Honda’s two new 2004 250 four-stroke models

At American Honda’s annual dealer show in Chicago, they released info on two 2004 models, the new CRF 250 R, and the CRF250 X. Both are brand new four-stroke designs.





The CRF 250 R is a motocross race bike, designed to compete in the 125 class.





The CRF 250 X is an off-road bike. It’s basically a CRF 250 R, with an electric starter!





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Full race bike




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Electric start!


AMA Pro Racing announces 2003 National Numbers

AMA Pro Racing announces 2003 National Numbers

AMA Pro Racing has announced the top National Numbers for 2003 AMA Supercross and AMA Motocross competitors. Noteworthy in the list for next year is that both current national champions – Ricky Carmichael and James Stewart Jr. – will not be wearing the number “1”.



Carmichael will continue to use his trademark # 4 – and James Stewart will again carry # 259.



This numbering system is based on five criteria. Current National Champions can carry the # 1 if they choose. Former National Champions can choose numbers 2-9. Riders ranked in the top 10 in combined Supercross and Motocross points can choose a Career Number from 10-999 (as indicated below). Riders outside the top-10 in combined points are assigned consecutive numbers through 99 based on year-end points. And riders outside the top-99 can keep their 2002 racing numbers by renewing their AMA Pro Racing licenses for the 2003 season before Nov. 20.



(* Career National Numbers)





  • 2 Jeremy McGrath – Encinitas – CA
  • 3 Michael Brown – Piney Flats – TN
  • 4 Ricky Carmichael – Havana FL
  • 5 Mike LaRocco – South Bend – IN
  • 6 Steve Lamson – Camino – CA
  • 10* Larry Ward – Florence – SC
  • 11* Ezra Lusk – Acworth – GA
  • 12* David Vuillemin – Corona – CA
  • 13* Sebastien Tortelli – Los Angeles – CA
  • 14* Kevin Windham – Centreville – MS
  • 15* Timmy Ferry – Largo – FL
  • 16* John Dowd – Chicopee – MA
  • 17* Robbie Reynard – Oklahoma City – OK
  • 18* Brock Sellards – Sherrodsville – OH
  • 19* Doug Henry – Torrington – CT
  • 20* Damon Huffman – Valencia – CA
  • 21* Stephane Roncada – Menifee – CA
  • 22* Chad Reed – Australia
  • 23* Kyle Lewis – Henderson – NV
  • 24* Ernesto Fonseca – Costa Rica
  • 25* Nathan Ramsey – Menifee – CA
  • 26 Brandon Jesseman – Palmdale – CA
  • 27 Nicholas Wey – Dewitt – MI
  • 28 Heath Voss – Mico – TX
  • 29 Danny Smith – Middleton – ID
  • 30 Matt Walker – McRae – GA
  • 31 Buddy Antunez – Temecula – CA
  • 32 Michael Byrne – Australia
  • 33 Sean Hamblin – Sun City – CA
  • 34 Travis Preston – Hesperia – CA
  • 35 Keith R Johnson – Albuquerque – NM
  • 36 Jean-Sebastien Roy – PQ – Canada
  • 37 Ryan Clark – Albuquerque – NM
  • 38 Paul Carpenter – Ithaca – NY
  • 39 Chris Gosselaar – Juniper Hills – CA
  • 40 James Povolny Jr. – Mendota Hgts – MN
  • 41 Andrew Short – Colorado Spgs – CO
  • 42 Grant Langston – South Africa
  • 43 Josh Demuth – Fort Worth – TX
  • 44 Keith S Johnson – Pembroke – MA
  • 45 Paul Currie – Wesley Chapel – FL
  • 46 Damien Plotts – Millmont – PA
  • 47 Clark Stiles – Athens – AL
  • 48 Justin Buckelew – Riverside – CA
  • 49 Guy Cooper – Stillwater – OK
  • 50 Billy Laninovich – Ramona – CA
  • 51 David Pingree – Temecula – CA
  • 52 Ivan Tedesco – Temecula – CA
  • 53 Craig Decker – Palm Desert – CA
  • 54 Jason Thomas – Melrose – FL
  • 55 Steve Boniface – France
  • 56 Kelly D Smith – Ludington – MI
  • 57 Greg Schnell – Rancho Cucamonga – CA
  • 58 Bobby Bonds – Bakersfield – CA
  • 59 Casey Johnson – Lake Elsinore – CA
  • 60 Travis Elliott – Alvin – TX
  • 61 Joshua Woods – Flint – MI
  • 62 Rodrig Thain – France
  • 63 Darcy Lange – Canada
  • 64 Tyler Evans – Canyon Lake – CA
  • 65 Derrick Shae Bentley – Ellenwood – GA
  • 66 Blair Morgan – Canada
  • 67 Jeff Gibson – Thornville – OH
  • 68 Michael Brandes – Lake Elsinore – CA
  • 69 Isaiah Johnson – Albuquerque – NM
  • 70 Kevin Crine – Lothian – MD
  • 71 Joe Oehlhof – Wapakoneta – OH
  • 72 Troy Adams – Brooksville – FL
  • 73 Evan Laughridge – Forest Ranch – CA
  • 74 Dustin Nelson – El Cajon – CA
  • 75 Wally Silva – Shirley – MA
  • 76 Ted Campbell – Apache Junction – AZ
  • 77 Scott Sheak – Corona – CA
  • 78 Tyson Hadsell – Hudson – FL
  • 79 Barry Carsten – Bayville – NJ
  • 80 Lance Smail – Kent – WA
  • 81 Brian Mason – Columbia – IL
  • 82 Brad Hagseth – Centralia – WA
  • 83 Nathan Woods – Atascadero – CA
  • 84 Randy Valade – Howell – MI
  • 85 Ty Wallace – Phoenixville – PA
  • 86 Bruce Stratton – Clifton Springs – NY
  • 87 Ben Riddle – Campbellsville – KY
  • 88 Michael Treadwell – Enfield – CT
  • 89 Anthony Amaradio – Temecula – CA
  • 90 Marco Dube – Dewitt – MI
  • 91 Jeremias Isreal – Chile
  • 92 Mike Craig – El Cajon – CA
  • 93 Josh Hansen – Elbert – CO
  • 94 Chris Wheeler – Spring Valley – CA
  • 95 Jimmy Wilson – Willis – MI
  • 96 Ryan Mills – Clintondale – NY
  • 97 Jeff Northrop – Concord – CA
  • 98 Casey Lytle – Saugus – CA
  • 99 Turbo Reif – Atascadero – CA
  • 199* Travis Pastrana – Davidsonville – MD
  • 259* James Stewart Jr. – Haines City – FL








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Motocross of Nations team line up

Motocross of Nations team line up

Here are the teams for each country, their riders, their numbers, and team managers:





France (last year’s champions) – Manager Olivier Robert



1 – Mickael Pichon – SUZUKI

2 – Sebastien Tortelli – SUZUKI

3 – Yves DeMaria – KTM





Belgium – Manager Joel Robert



4 – Stefan Everts – YAMAHA

5 – Joel Smets – KTM

6 – Marnicq Bervoets – YAMAHA





New Zealand – Manager Michael McLeod



7 – Joshua Coppins – HONDA

8 – Ben Townley – KTM

9 – Shayne King – HONDA





Great Britain – Manager Rob Herring



10 – James Dobb – KTM

11 – Paul Cooper – HONDA

12 – James Noble – HONDA





Germany – Manager Markus Schullenberg



13 – Pit Beirer – HONDA

14 – Bernd Eckenbach – KTM

15 – Marco Dorsch – KTM





Australia – Manager Gary Benn



16 – Chad Reed – YAMAHA

17 – Graig Anderson – KTM

18 – Andrew McFarlane – KAWASAKI





Sweden – Manager Lars-Erik Larsson



19 – Stefan Andersson – YAMAHA

20 – Petri Jarvela – KAWASAKI

21 – Karl Karlsson – HONDA





Portugal – Manager Rui Assuncao



22 – Joaquim Rodrigues – KTM

23 – Rui Goncalves – YAMAHA

24 – Luis Correia – KTM





South Africa – Manager Glen Crick



25 – Grant Langston – KTM

26 – Tyla Rattray – KTM

27 – Colin Dugmore – KTM





Czech Republic – Manager Ervin Krajkovic



34 – Josef Dobes – YAMAHA

35 – Jiri Cepelak – HONDA

36 – Michal Kadleck – HUSQVARNA





Slovenia – Manager Slavko Rus



37 – Saso Kragel – YAMAHA

38 – Roman Jelen – HONDA

39 – Rok Sitar – HONDA





Ireland – Manager Stephen Russell



40 – Gordon Crockard – KTM

41 – Adams Lyons – TM

42 – Philip McCullough – KTM





Spain – Manager Rafael Valle



46 – Javier Vico Garcia – KTM

47 – Aaron Bernardez – TM

48 – Oscar Lanza – HONDA





Italy – Manager Fabrizio Filippini



49 – Andrea Bartolini – HONDA

50 – Alessio Chiodi – YAMAHA

51 – Alessandro Puzar – HUSQVARNA





Denmark – Manager Bjarne Sjoholm



55 – Brian Jorgensen – HUSQVARNA

56 – Almar Jacob – YAMAHA

57 – Jensen Bo Vang – KTM





Starting numbers from 1 to 60 according to last year’s classification (above), by alphabetical order for the other teams (below).





Argentina – Manager Claudio Pesce



61 – Jeremias Fernandez – YAMAHA

62 – Norberto Debernardis – HONDA

63 – Augusto Freytes





Brazil – Manager Wilson Vasuda



64 – Roosevelt Assuncao – HONDA

65 – Antonio Balbi – HONDA

66 – Massoud Nassar – HONDA





Canada – Manager Paul Mares



67 – Jean-Sebastien Roy – HONDA

68 – Blair Morgan – HONDA

69 – Marco Dube – HONDA





Chile – Manager Ron Farnsworth



70 – Jeremias Israel – HONDA

71 – Alfredo Gomez – HONDA

72 – Walter Helfmann – HONDA





Costa Rica – Manager Charles Akin



73 – Ernesto Fonseca – HONDA

74 – Adrian Robert – HONDA

75 – Cristian Leon – HONDA





Croatia – Manager Nikol Bucar



76 – Nenad Sipek – YAMAHA

77 – Goran Goricki – YAMAHA

78 – Marko Leljak – KTM





Japan – Manager Katsuyoshi Sano



79 – Akira Narita – SUZUKI

80 – Yoshitaka Atsuta – HONDA

81 – Kazuyoshi Odagiri – HONDA





Lithuania – Manager Aurimas Milevicius



82 – Arunas Gelazninkas – KTM

83 – Gintaras Cepurna – KTM

84 – Danas Brazauskas – HONDA





Slovakia – Manager Josef Brabec



85 – Josef Kulhavy – YAMAHA

86 – Tomas Bucenec – SUZUKI

87 – Erik Ruho – HONDA





Ukraine – Manager Sergey Paschinskiy



88 – Roman Morozov – HONDA

89 – Sergey Onipchenko – KTM

90 – Oleksandr Paschinkiy – KTM





United States of America – Manager Roger De Coster



91 – Ricky Carmichael – HONDA

92 – Mike LaRocco – HONDA

93 – Tim Ferry – YAMAHA





Venezuela – Manager Ramon Sorondo



94 – Fernando Macia de la Cabada – YAMAHA

95 – Eduardo Novoa – YAMAHA

96 – Michel Sandoval – HONDA







Info courtesy of Marc Pétrier/FIM Press Officer





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Mickael Pichon




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Ernesto will ride for Costa Rica




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Grant will ride for South Africa




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LaRocco




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Ferry




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Carmichael




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Seb Tortelli will ride for France, and Suzuki!




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