YouTube video: Hi-lites 2013 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Round Millville MX

AMA Motocross came to Millville MX Park last Saturday. It was Round 9 of the 2013 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championships. The big winners were James Stewart in the 450 class. And Eli Tomac in the 250 class.

  • To view the race report, photos, results & point standings from the event, click here

Below are video hi-lites courtesy MX Sports.

 

 

Eli Tomac

James Stewart

 

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2014 AMSOIL Arenacross Schedule

12-Race Championship Will Visit 12 Different States for 2014 Season

Feld Motor Sports has announced the schedule for the 2014 AMSOIL Arenacross, featuring “Ricky Carmichael’s Road to Supercross”. The 2014 AMSOIL Arenacross season kicks off on Friday, January 3, with two nights of racing from Worcester, Mass., and the DCU Center. From there, the championship travels throughout the country, across 11 additional states before crowning a 2014 champion. Tickets will be available to the general public on Friday, August 9. Cross Club® Members, Inside Dirt Subscribers and past AMSOIL Arenacross ticket purchasers will be able to capitalize on an exclusive opportunity to purchase tickets starting Tuesday, July 30. For more information and to become a Cross Club member for free, visit http://www.arenacross.com/CrossClub/

The 2014 AMSOIL Arenacross season is highlighted by visits to every time zone in the U.S., from the shores of Massachusetts to the golden state of California. In addition to familiar stops like Baltimore and Tulsa, Okla., the championship will also make its first visits to cities like Nampa, Idaho, and Hidalgo, Texas, as well as some of the country’s most popular tourist destinations like Reno, Nev., Albuquerque, N.M., and Salt Lake City.

On the heels of a groundbreaking season in 2013, AMSOIL Arenacross is set to once again leave its mark on 2014 with a championship battle that is sure to last all the way to the final lap in Salt Lake City. With one of the most intense race formats in all of motorsports, AMSOIL Arenacross will bring its competition to fans across the country with two main events during each night of action, head-to-head bracket racing, and the dramatic Race to the Championship, a playoff-inspired showdown to crown the champion.

“The 2014 AMSOIL Arenacross season is set to host the most competitive racing action in the history of the sport,” said Feld Motor Sports Vice President of Two-Wheel Operations Todd Jendro. “With the enhanced race format and highly talented field of athletes participating in Ricky Carmichael’s Road to Supercross advancement program, the competition will be better than it has ever been before and we are excited to put on a great show for the fans.”

Reigning three-time AMSOIL Arenacross Champion Tyler Bowers will return in 2014 to defend his Arenacross Class crown, with his sights set on becoming just the third rider in history to win four consecutive titles. Bowers enjoyed a dream season in 2013, overcoming a potentially heartbreaking injury late in the season to not only capture the AMSOIL Arenacross Championship, but then make history by becoming the first rider to win a Main Event in both AMSOIL Arenacross and Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, in a single season.

“I have to say that 2013 was both the toughest season of my career and the most rewarding,” said Bowers. “The AMSOIL Arenacross season was a tough battle all the way until the end and I was fortunate that a broken collarbone didn’t end my chances at winning that third title. Once the season was over, I had the chance of a lifetime to ride in Monster Energy Supercross and managed to one-up myself by winning the last race of the season in Las Vegas.

“I have no idea if the 2014 season will be filled with as much drama and excitement as last year, but I am definitely eager to find out. I’m looking forward to the opportunity to defend my Arenacross Class title and putting on a show for all the fans who will be cheering us on.”

The 2014 AMSOIL Arenacross season will also feature a pair of regional championships in the Arenacross Lites Class. Riders committed to competing for the title in either the West or East region will battle it out for a chance at winning a coveted AMA National title and use it as a stepping-stone to more success in AMSOIL Arenacross.

Five-time Monster Energy Supercross Champion Ricky Carmichael will once again be an integral part of AMSOIL Arenacross and the Road to Supercross. The Road to Supercross program requires all amateur riders to hone their skills at AMSOIL Arenacross before making their transition to Monster Energy Supercross.

“The competition in AMSOIL Arenacross is already at an all-time high as everyone is laying it on the line each week for a shot at the title, but now with the Road to Supercross I bet we reach even higher levels with the nation’s fastest up-and-coming riders making their way through the championship” said Carmichael. “I’m really excited to see some of these rising stars go head-to-head against Tyler Bowers and the rest of the Arenacross veterans. The mix of raw speed from the young riders and experience from the veterans will result in incredible racing.

“I’m definitely not going to miss a chance at being a part of the 2014 season,” Carmichael continued. “The Greensboro and Tulsa rounds are already on my calendar, and I’m looking forward to attending additional races to meet the fans and sign some autographs.”

Below is the 2014 AMSOIL Arenacross schedule:

  • Jan. 3-5 – DCU Center – Worcester, Mass.                    
  • Jan. 10-12 – 1st Mariner Arena – Baltimore                    
  • Jan. 18-19 – Freedom Hall – Louisville, Ky.             
  • Jan. 25-26 – Greensboro Coliseum – Greensboro, N.C.                    
  • Jan. 31-Feb. 2 – U.S. Cellular Arena – Milwaukee, Wis.                      
  • Feb. 7-9 – Sleep Train Arena – Sacramento, Calif.
  • Feb. 14-16 – Idaho Center – Nampa, Idaho
  • Feb. 21-23 – Livestock Events Center – Reno, Nev.                              
  • Mar. 1-2 – BOK Center – Tulsa, Okla.
  • Mar. 7-9 – Tingley Coliseum – Albuquerque, N.M.
  • Mar. 14-16 – State Farm Arena – Hidalgo, Texas
  • Mar. 29-30 – EnergySolutions Arena – Salt Lake City

Live timing and scoring from each round of the AMSOIL Arenacross season returns for the 2014 season! To follow the intense racing action live, log onto www.Arenacross.com

 

 

2013 FIM World Motocross – Round 13 – Germany

German MX GP – Lausitzring. In the premier MXGP class, it’s World Motocross Champion Tony Cairoli over Clement Desalle. MX2 World Champion Jeffrey Herlings dominant in MX2 class once again. Video hi-lites below, courtesy Youthstream

MXGP class – world champion Tony Cairoli won the 63rd Grand Prix of his career. Clement Desalle finished second overall. Both riders had a moto win, and a second place, but Tony gets the tie-break based on the better second moto performance. Tony has an over 100 point lead on second place Desalle in the championship point standings. Unfortunately, our friend Gautier Paulin crashed while leading the first moto, has a severe concussion, and was taken to the hospital for overnight observation.

MX2 class – And what more can be said about Jeffrey Herlings? The Dutchman won his 13 GP today. He’s won every MX2 Grand Prix this season! Jeffrey has a 159 point lead over teammate Jordi Tixier in the points – he can actually clinch the championship at the next round in the Czech Republic!

MX2 Results:

  1. Jeffrey Herlings – KTM – 1/1
  2. Jordi Tixier – KTM – 3/2
  3. Glenn Coldenhoff – KTM – 5/3
  4. Jose Butron – KTM – 6/4
  5. Max Anstie – SUZ – 4/9
  6. Dean Ferris – YAM – 9/5
  7. Jake Nicholls – KTM
  8. Chris Charlier – YAM
  9. Mel Pocock – YAM
  10. Harri Kullas – KTM
  11. Tim Gajser – KTM
  12. Petar Petrov – YAM
  13. Elliott Banks-Browne – KTM
  14. Romain Febvre – KTM
  15. Dylan Ferrandis – KAW
  16. Al Tonkov – HON
  17. Max Desprey – YAM

MXGP Results:

  1. Tony Cairoli – KTM – 2/1
  2. Clement Desalle – SUZ – 1/2
  3. Ken de Dycker – KTM – 4/3
  4. Tommy Searle – KAW – 3/4
  5. Kevin Strijbos – SUZ – 5/5
  6. David Philippaerts – HON – 8/6
  7. Joel Roelants – YAM
  8. Jeremy van Horebeek – KAW
  9. M Potisek – YAM
  10. Matiss Karro – KTM
  11. H Brakke – YAM
  12. S Simpson – YAM
  13. Evgeny Bobryshev – HON – 9/14
  14. Max Nagl – HON – 12/12
  15. Tanel Leok

MX2 Championship points:

  1. Jeffrey Herlings – 642
  2. Jordi Tixier – 483
  3. Jose Butron – 416
  4. Christophe Charlier – 365
  5. Glenn Coldenhoff – 362
  6. Dean Ferris – 341
  7. Jake Nicholls – 318
  8. Max Anstie – 282
  9. Alessandro Lupino – 259
  10. Petar Petrov – 238
  11. Dylan Ferrandis – 221
  12. Mel Pocock – 220
  13. Aleksander Tonkov – 195
  14. Romain Febvre – 180
  15. Harri Kullas – 168
  16. Maxime Desprey – 146

MXGP Championship points:

  1. Tony Cairoli – 611
  2. Clement Desalle – 503
  3. Ken de Dycker – 479
  4. Gautier Paulin – 465
  5. Kevin Strijbos – 397
  6. Tommy Searle – 375
  7. Jeremy van Horebeek – 327
  8. Max Nagl – 314
  9. Rui Goncalves – 230
  10. David Philippaerts – 219
  11. Evgeny Bobryshev – 202
  12. Shaun Simpson – 197
  13. Joel Roelants – 196
  14. Davide Guarneri – 195
  15. Xavier Boog – 173

TC 222!

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2013 FIM World Motocross – Round 13 – Germany – Qualifying

MX GP of Germany. Today is qualifying for the Grand Prix, and it’s quite warm here in Lausitzring. In the premier MXGP class, it’s Tommy Searle on top! Gautier Paulin second, MXGP World Motocross Champion Tony Cairoli third. MX2 World Champion Jeffrey Herlings dominant in MX2 class once again. Video high-lights below, courtesy Youthstream.

MX2 Qualifying Results:

  1. Jeffrey Herlings – KTM
  2. Jordi Tixier – KTM
  3. Glenn Coldenhoff – KTM
  4. Romain Febvre – KTM
  5. Jose Butron – KTM
  6. Al Lupino – KAW
  7. Max Anstie – SUZ
  8. Dean Ferris – YAM
  9. Chris Charlier – YAM
  10. Dylan Ferrandis – KAW
  11. Petar Petrov – YAM
  12. Mel Pocock – YAM
  13. Tim Gajser – KTM
  14. Jake Nicholls – KTM
  15. Jeremy Seewer – SUZ

MXGP Qualifying Results:

  1. Tommy Searle – KAW
  2. Gautier Paulin – KAW
  3. Tony Cairoli – KTM
  4. Clement Desalle – SUZ
  5. Ken de Dycker – KTM
  6. Max Nagl – HON
  7. Kevin Strijbos – SUZ
  8. Evgeny Bobrshev – HON
  9. Joel Roelants – YAM
  10. David Philippaerts – HON
  11. Rui Goncalves – KTM
  12. M Potisek – YAM
  13. D Guarneri – KTM
  14. J Barragan – KTM
  15. S Simpson – YAM

Photo of Tommy Searle courtesy Youthstream

MX2 Championship points (after 12 rounds):

  1. Jeffrey Herlings – 592
  2. Jordi Tixier – 441
  3. Jose Butron – 383
  4. Christophe Charlier – 343
  5. Glenn Coldenhoff – 326
  6. Dean Ferris – 313
  7. Jake Nicholls – 292
  8. Alessandro Lupino – 259
  9. Max Anstie – 252
  10. Petar Petrov – 221
  11. Dylan Ferrandis – 207
  12. Mel Pocock – 200
  13. Aleksander Tonkov – 185
  14. Romain Febvre – 166
  15. Harri Kullas – 149
  16. Maxime Desprey – 137

MXGP Championship points (after 12 rounds):

  1. Tony Cairoli – 564
  2. Gautier Paulin – 465
  3. Clement Desalle – 456
  4. Ken de Dycker – 441
  5. Kevin Strijbos – 365
  6. Tommy Searle – 337
  7. Jeremy van Horebeek – 305
  8. Max Nagl – 296
  9. Rui Goncalves – 230
  10. Davide Guarneri – 195
  11. David Philippaerts – 191
  12. Evgeny Bobryshev – 183
  13. Shaun Simpson – 178
  14. Xavier Boog – 173
  15. Joel Roelants – 169

 MX2 Qualifying race video courtesy Youthstream

 MXGP Qualifying race video courtesy Youthstream

 

Regarding the heat for tomorrow’s Grand Prix, Team Rockstar World Suzuki’s Clement Desalle said it best: “Is it possible for a Belgian to win in 40 degrees (104 Fahrenheit!)? Yeah, sure!

 

 

 

 

 

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