James Stewart injury update, and, you can send him a message!

James Stewart injury update, and, you can send him a message!

Kawasaki just sent us this press release regarding James Stewart’s
recent injury at the Phoenix supercross. The 2004 AMA 125 East
Supercross Champion had successful surgery on his arm. (View the
official press release below.)



Also, you can send James a “Get Well” message! Just post it here in the message boards, and James will see it!



Here is Kawasaki’s press release: Irvine, Calif. (Jan. 19, 2005) – Team
Kawasaki rider James Stewart had successful surgery in Los Angeles on
Tuesday to repair a fractured radius bone in his left forearm. Stewart
sustained the injury during a crash in the final 250 practice session
at the THQ AMA Supercross event in Phoenix. Earlier in the afternoon,
Stewart posted the fastest lap time of the final practice session at
51.281 seconds.



“It’s too early to speculate how soon James will return to racing,”
said Bruce Stjernstrom, Kawasaki’s director of racing. “That decision
will be up to James and Kawasaki.”







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James Stewart (©Hoppen)




San Francisco CA – January 29

San Francisco CA – January 29

Round 4 – San Francisco CA – January 29



250 Main Event Results
1. Ricky Carmichael SUZ    
2. Chad Reed YAM    
3. Mike LaRocco HON    
4. David Vuillemin YAM    
5. Ernesto Fonseca HON    
6. Nick Wey HON    
7. Heath Voss YAM    
8. Michael Byrne KAW    
9. Kevin Windham HON    
10. Tyler Evans SUZ    
11. Seb Tortelli SUZ    
12. Jason Thomas HON    
13. Ryan Clark YAM    
14. Sean Hamblin KAW    
15. Jeff Gibson HON    
16. Michael Young HON    
17. Joseph Oehlhof HON    
18. Kyle Lewis HON    
19. Erick Vallejo YAM    
20. James Povolny HON    
250 Point Standings
Ricky Carmichael 95
Kevin Windham 79
Chad Reed 69
Mike LaRocco 66
Nick Wey 59
Ernesto Fonseca 58
Seb Tortelli 57
Heath Voss 51
David Vuillemin 49
Michael Byrne 44
Tyler Evans 30
Jeremy McGrath 29
Jeff Gibson 29
Damon Huffman 26
Tim Ferry 19
James Stewart 16
Jason Thomas 15
Erick Vallejo 15
Kyle Lewis 13
Joseph Oehlhof 13
125 West Main Event Results
1. Billy Laninovich HON    
2. Andrew Short HON    
3. Ivan Tedesco KAW    
4. Ryan Morais SUZ    
5. Brett Metcalfe YAM    
6. Bryan Johnson YAM    
7. Ryan Sipes SUZ    
8. Danny Smith YAM    
9. Jay Marmont KTM    
10. Chris Gosselaar SUZ    
11. Jesse Casillas HON    
12. Sean Collier HON    
13. Josh Summey HON    
14. Kyle Patridge SUZ    
15. Tiger Lacey HON    
16. Paul Carpenter KAW    
17. Eric McCrummen HON    
18. Tim Weigand HON    
19. Akira Narita HON    
20. Nate Ramsey KTM    
125 West Point Standings
Ivan Tedesco 80
Ryan Sipes 67
Danny Smith 58
Andrew Short 56
Thomas Hahn 49
Nate Ramsey 46
Billy Laninovich 42
Brett Metcalfe 41
Jay Marmont 39
Jesse Casillas 35
Ryan Morais 34
Chris Gosselaar 32
Broc Hepler 28
Rich Owens 28
Steve Lamson 27
Sean Collier 25
Josh Woods 22
Akira Narita 22
Turbo Reif 21
Bryan Johnson 20

SBC Park





Carmichael win streak at three





250: Four races into the 2005 season, Ricky Carmichael has left his mark as the dominant rider in the world of supercross. Ricky won his third straight race of the season tonight, and leads Kevin Windham in the series point standings, 95 to 79.



Second place was defending supercross champion Chad Reed. Chad had the holeshot, and was leading until lap eight, when Carmichael edged past. Reed is third in the point standings, with 69 points.



Third place went to Mike LaRocco. Kevin Windham fell early in the main, eventually finishing ninth. Not racing tonight: James Stewart (broken arm), Travis Pastrana (broken wrist), Tim Ferry, and Jeremy McGrath.



125: Billy Laninovich won his first-ever supercross on the Amsoil Factory Connnection Honda. Andrew Short finished second, with defending 125 West champ Ivan Tedesco taking third after a crash.



Broc Hepler injured his arm in his heat race crash, and did not race in the main. Ryan Sipes finished seventh. Nate Ramsey finished 20th. Tedesco leads the point standings over Sipes, 80 to 67.





Television: January 30 – 5pm Eastern – ESPN2 – San Francisco



Next event: February 5 – Anaheim III



Supercross ticket info from TicketsNow.com



New Chad Reed, Travis Pastrana, Kevin Windham, and Jeremy McGrath Pennants!



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Suzuki Amateur National MX Series to replace RM Cup in ’05

From US Suzuki





BREA, Calif. (Jan. 26, 2005) – American Suzuki Motor Corporation (ASMC)
today announced that the Suzuki U.S. Amateur National MX Series will
replace and improve upon the established RM Cup for 2005. The goal of
this all-new four-round series is to find the best pre-established
races in each region, become title sponsor of the events, offer top-10
contingency for each class, and give back to the Suzuki customers in a
unique and effective way.



The series will be available for any rider on any bike brand. It will
hit all four corners of the U.S. throughout the year, giving racers
more opportunities to compete in at least one of these prestigious
events: May 27-29, Three Palms Raceway, Conroe, TX June 24-26, Grattan
Raceway, Belding MI Sept. 9-11, Muddy Creek, Blountville TN and Sept.
30 – Oct. 2, AMP National Track, Prairie City OHV CA.



Two Brother’s Racing will join ASMC in promoting the ever-growing sport
of mini-bike racing and will be on-site at each event with 10
identically prepared Race Tech/Marzocchi backed DR-Z110s for Saturday
night’s Suzuki/Two Brother’s Racing DR-Z Challenge. One of these Suzuki
DR-Z 110s will be given away at each event.



Mastercraft will also join ASMC holding a Suzuki/Mastercraft wakeboard
expedition at select events. Each racetrack either has a lake on or
next to the facility, which makes this possible. These expeditions will
provide the participants an opportunity to try out wakeboarding first
hand and check out what Mastercraft has to offer.



Finally, ASMC will have a presence at each event with all-new Trackside
Support trucks providing free emergency parts and assistance. ASMC also
offers many other on-site activities to ensure that people of all ages
have the best experiences possible at the races.



For a complete Suzuki U.S. Amateur National MX Series schedule, payout and additional information, log on to www.teamsuzuki.com





Anaheim CA – January 22

Anaheim CA – January 22

Round 3 – Anaheim CA – January 22



250 Main Event Results
1. Ricky Carmichael SUZ    
2. Chad Reed YAM    
3. Kevin Windham HON    
4. Mike LaRocco HON    
5. Jeremy McGrath HON    
6. Nick Wey HON    
7. Seb Tortelli SUZ    
8. Michael Byrne KAW    
9. Ernesto Fonseca HON    
10. Heath Voss YAM    
11. Tim Ferry YAM    
12. Damon Huffman HON    
13. Tyler Evans SUZ    
14. Jeff Gibson HON    
15. Jason Thomas HON    
16. Erick Vallejo YAM    
17. David Vuillemin YAM    
18. Isaiah Johnson YAM    
19. Joseph Oehlhof HON    
20. Keith Johnson YAM    
250 Point Standings
Ricky Carmichael 70
Kevin Windham 67
Chad Reed 47
Seb Tortelli 47
Mike LaRocco 46
Nick Wey 44
Ernesto Fonseca 42
Heath Voss 37
David Vuillemin 31
Michael Byrne 31
Jeremy McGrath 29
Damon Huffman 26
Jeff Gibson 23
Tim Ferry 19
Tyler Evans 19
James Stewart 16
Erick Vallejo 13
Travis Pastrana 12
Kyle Lewis 10
Joseph Oehlhof 9
125 West Main Event Results
1. Ivan Tedesco KAW    
2. Andrew Short HON    
3. Nate Ramsey KTM    
4. Ryan Sipes SUZ    
5. Thomas Hahn HON    
6. Danny Smith YAM    
7. Jay Marmont KTM    
8. Brett Metcalfe YAM    
9. Rich Owens SUZ    
10. Steve Lamson HON    
11. Josh Summey HON    
12. Chris Gosselaar SUZ    
13. Cole Siebler SUZ    
14. Justin Keeney KAW    
15. Tim Weigand HON    
16. Jesse Casillas HON    
17. Eric Nye YAM    
18. Turbo Reif HON    
19. Vincent Blair SUZ    
20. Paul Carpenter KAW    
125 West Point Standings
Ivan Tedesco 60
Ryan Sipes 53
Thomas Hahn 49
Nate Ramsey 45
Danny Smith 45
Andrew Short 34
Broc Hepler 28
Rich Owens 28
Steve Lamson 27
Jay Marmont 27
Jesse Casillas 25
Brett Metcalfe 25
Josh Woods 22
Turbo Reif 21
Chris Gosselaar 21
Akira Narita 20
Billy Laninovich 17
Ryan Morais 16
Sean Collier 16
Tim Weigand 12

Angel Stadium





Ricky Carmichael extends his win streak … Ivan Tedesco gets his first.





250 class:



Ricky Carmichael – the dominant rider for the second week in a row. Now has points lead too.



Chad Reed – second place his best finish of the young season. Fell while running close to Carmichael in the main, but still finished second.



Kevin Windham – over came poor start to place third.



Mike LaRocco – fourth place.



Jeremy McGrath – fifth place. Increasing his pace from the previous two rounds.





125 class:



Ivan Tedesco wins his first race of the year, takes over 125 West points lead.



Andrew Short – second place. Looked good on his #51 Honda.



Nate Ramsey – third place



Broc Hepler – DNF due to crash in the main event.



Ryan Sipes – second the points.



James Stewart and Travis Pastrana – out with injuries.






Results and points courtesy Clear Channel Entertainment Motorsports.



Television: January 23 – 10pm Eastern – ESPN2 – Anahiem II



Next event: January 29 – San Francisco CA



Supercross ticket info from TicketsNow.com



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Pro-Motions Motorsports announces MiniMoto supercross in Las Vegas

Pro-Motions Motorsports announces MiniMoto supercross in Las Vegas

Eric Peronnard & Tim Clark of Pro-Motions Motorsports are proud to announce the 2005 AMA Parts Unlimited MiniMoto SX (supercross). The event will be held inside the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Friday Night, May 6, 2005.



o This is the biggest mini race in the world, with the largest purse: $15,000.



o This is the only AMA Sanctioned mini event with five #1 AMA Plates up for grabs!



o The top supercross & motocross riders in the country will be in attendance.



o The only expo where you can see the latest in mini products and performance.



The www.MiniMotoSX.com website has just been updated and includes the Race Rules, Classes and Entry
Forms and all the information you need to be part of this event.



Last year’s inaugural event was a huge success. Don’t miss the 2005 version!





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