Matt LeBlanc motorcycle TV shows: The 5 Coolest Things

Matt LeBlanc motorcycle TV shows: The 5 Coolest Things

Discovery Home & Leisure Channel has four TV specials under the
name ‘The 5 Coolest Things’, focusing on leading stars motorcycling,
with Matt LeBlanc as host. Each special highlights the best of it’s
discipline, identifying the “five coolest things” about that particular
specialty of the sport. The series showcases the personalities and
styles of Jeremy McGrath, Travis Pastrana, Nicky Hayden, Rodney Smith
and Mike Kiedrowski.





Here is the airing info of the four shows:



  • The 5 Coolest Things, Supercross, Saturday, November 29 at 9:30 PM ET/PT
  • The 5 Coolest Things, Off-Road, Saturday, December 6 at 9:30 PM ET/PT
  • The 5 Coolest Things, Freestyle, Saturday, December 13 at 9:30 PM ET/PT
  • The 5 Coolest Things, Road Racing, Saturday, December 20 at 9:30 PM ET/PT



Matt LeBlanc, an avid and talented motorcyclist himself, interviews the
stars of each discipline in these four specials. LeBlanc’s one-on-one
interviews delve into what it takes to become a world-class athlete,
and takes viewers on location where these stars really shine.





The 5 Coolest Things is produced for the Discovery Home & Leisure Channel by Jon Katzman, Joe Colombero and Andrew Wainrib.





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Seville Spain & Arnhem Holland supercross results

Seville Spain & Arnhem Holland supercross results

Arnhem, Holland, December 13, Gelredome, 250 Main Event



1. Ernesto Fonseca – HON

2. Damon Huffman – HON

3. Andrew Short – SUZ

4. Grant Langston – KTM

5. Keith Johnson

6. Jay Marmont

7. Tyler Evans – SUZ

8. Heath Voss – YAM

9. Greg Schnell

10. Doug DeHaan





Seville, Spain, December 6, Estadio de Olimpico, 250 Main Event



1. Daryl Hurley – SUZ

2. Grant Langston – KTM

3. Tyler Evans – SUZ

4. Heath Voss – YAM

5. Steve Boniface – SUZ

6. James Povolny – HON

7. Alvaro Lozano – KTM

8. Andrew Short – SUZ

9. Clark Stiles – HON

10. Joseph Oehlhof – HON



Results courtesy of DORNA, Clear Channel, and [email protected]



Photos of Ernesto Fonseca and Daryl Hurley © 2003 Steve Bruhn



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Ernesto Fonseca




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Daryl Hurley




Chad Reed shoulder injury & surgery

Chad Reed shoulder injury & surgery

Courtesy Yamaha USA



Cypress, CA: Team Yamaha Factory rider Chad Reed injured his shoulder
in an off-the-track accident this past weekend. After visiting with his
doctor, Reed was diagnosed with a dislocated shoulder and is scheduled
for orthoscopic surgery later this week.



Chad will not be able to compete in the coming weeks in Europe. He will
be rehabilitating his shoulder, and hopes to return in time for
Anaheim, site of his first AMA 250cc win, for the opening round of the
2004 AMA Supercross Series.



Please send Chad your get well message here in the message boards





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Carmichael injured, out four months

Carmichael injured, out four months

Courtesy American Honda



Torrance, CA: American Honda announced today that Ricky Carmichael,
defending AMA 250 Supercross and AMA 250 National Motocross Champion
sustained a knee injury while pre-season testing for the 2004 season.



Carmichael was examined by his doctor earlier today with the results
showing a torn ACL knee ligament. The injury will require surgery with
an estimated recovery time of 4 months.



“Ricky and the team were prepared and looking forward to defending the
Supercross title”, said Honda Race Team Manager, Chuck Miller, “Now
Ricky is anxious to get the surgery taken care of so he can start his
training for the National Motocross series.”



Please send RC your get well message here in the message boards





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Ricky Carmichael





Bercy Paris Supercross title to DV

Bercy Paris Supercross title to DV

21st edition of the Bercy Paris Supercross.



Second year of the all 125 class format.



Three nights of racing.



And David Vuillemin is the King of Bercy!



Day 1 – Friday night – Andrew Short v. David Vuillemin



Main Event Results:



1. Andrew Short SUZ

2. David Vuillemin YAM

3. Mike Brown YAM

4. Troy Adams YAM

5. Grant Langston KTM

6. Ryan Mills HON

7. Kelly Smith YAM

8. Jay Marmont KTM

9. Rodrig Thain HUS

10. Guidetty KAW



Day 2 – Saturday night – Grant Langston wins



Main Event Results:



1. Grant Langston KTM

2. David Vuillemin YAM

3. Andrew Short SUZ

4. Leuret

5. Mike Brown YAM

6. Troy Adams YAM

7. Danny Smith

8. Ryan Mills HON

9. Kelly Smith YAM

10. DeMartis



Day 3 – Sunday – Vuillemin is King!



Main Event Results:



1. David Vuillemin YAM

2. Grant Langston KTM

3. Leuret

4. Marmont

5. Andrew Short SUZ

6. Josh Hansen YAM

7. Troy Adams YAM

8. Danny Smith

9. Gibson

10. Ryan Mills HON



Final Point Standings:



1. David Vuillemin – 5 points

2. Grant Langston – 8 points

3. Andrew Short – 9 points

4. Troy Adams – 17 points

5. Leuret – 19 points



Vuillemin: “I have had many wins in Bercy, but for sure this one was
the toughest. People can’t realise how difficult it was for me to beat
Langston and Short, who are used to racing the 125 class. Last time I
raced on a 125 was seven years ago. I will keep a great memory of this
win, for sure the hardest but also the nicest one here in Bercy. If I
come back next year I will test both a 125 two stroke and a 250 four
stroke before the event, to make the best choice.”



Courtesy Mediacross, Supercross Bercy, and MX2K.com





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Friday night winner Andrew Short




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Grant Langston leads David Vuillemin over finish on Saturday




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King David on the YZ 250 four-stroke




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