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News from September 2011

GOOSE

sounds like goose will be on twotwo motosports makes me wonder who he’ll be wrenching for?

Flashback: Anaheim 1 Supercross 2009

The opening round of AMA/ FIM Supercross 2009 was Anaheim 1. Remember who won? Do you remember that Josh Grant won the premiere Supercross Class? Andrew Short was second, Chad Reed third, Ryan Villopoto fourth. And Jake Weimer won the 250 West Regional Supercross? You’ll have to read what happened to James Stewart in the [...]

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Hi all!! My name is Johny Brown. Thanks for stopping by. I am a freelance writer who loves sports and has also played college football. I live in Florida and would be sharing my experiences and thoughts. Do come back again. Take care and bye.  

KTM North America announces their Red Bull/KTM Factory 250cc Supercross and Motocross racing team

It’s going to be two-time MX2 World Motocross Champion Marvin Musquin, originally from France, and 2011 FIM MX2 World Motocross Champion Kenny Roczen, originally from Germany.Below is the information courtesy of KTM:KTM Motorsports is proud to officially announce 2011 MX2 World Motocross Champion Ken Roczen, along with 2009 and 2010 World MX2 MX Champion Marvin [...]

Photo Feature: Motocross of Nations 2011 (Team USA Edition)

Congratulations once again to Team USA for another exciting moment in motocross history! Relive more of the emotion and excitement from the 2011 Motocross of Nations with our ‘Special Edition’ photo feature of Team USA. Follow along as Team Manager Roger De Coster and Captain Ryan Dungey, lead Team USA to their 7th Chamberlain Trophy [...]

Photo Feature: Motocross of Nations 2011

  The 2011 Motocross of Nations was hosted by France at Saint Jean D’angely. This year’s race was a close one as the host country’s Team France gave Team USA everything they could handle. France was leading the event going into the third and final race, but was the runner up as Team USA won [...]

Motocross of Nations 2011: Sunday Race Results

Team USA has won the 2011 Motocross of Nations here in St. Jean d’Angely, France. With the win in this 65th edition of the MX of Nations, Team USA riders Ryan Dungey, Blake Baggett, and Ryan Villopoto, along with team manger Roger De Coster, take home the coveted Chamberlain Trophy. Team France finished second, with [...]

Motocross of Nations 2011: Saturday’s MX action and qualifying

Saturday’s Qualifying at the 2011 MX of Nations in France. The Motocross of Nations at St. Jean d’Angely, France is the most prestigious MX race of the year. In today’s Qualifying Races it was the Americans: Ryan Dungey (MX1 class), Blake Bagget (MX2 class), and Ryan Villopoto (Open class) all led every lap of their [...]

Motocross of Nations 2011: Balloting to Define Starting Grid

Saturday, September 17, 2011 – the Motocross of Nations at St. Jean d’Angely, France is the most prestigious MX race of the year. The day starts with a drawing to determine starting grid positions. As the balloting begins: Switzerland gets starting grid position 20, Kuwait is next with position 21, USA gets position number 5, [...]

Matrix Concepts Saves Your Bolts and Spills with the M Series Floor Mats

Matrix Concepts’ floor mats are a necessary addition to any mechanic’s garage, or pit setup. Putting a new spin on a basic purpose, the Matrix Concepts’ floor mat series are gas, oil, and contact cleaner resistant, and are offered in 7 factory colors.  Headed to the races? Roll up your Matrix Concepts mat and transport [...]