Carpenter win in Canada, US Open Supercross Rider List, AMA Women’s Motocross TV Reminder, AMA Motocross Saturday night in Colorado
Here you will find the latest news that’s come into Supercross.com. It includes info on Paul Carpenter’s Motocross win in Canada, the US Open Supercross Invited Rider List, Women’s Motocross TV info, and a preview of the Thunder Valley Colorado AMA Motocross this Saturday night.
Paul Carpenter Takes His First Win of the Season in Edmonton, Canada
Paul Carpenter scored his first win of the 2009 Monster Energy Motocross Nationals at Castrol Raceway in Edmonton this weekend.Ã‚Â The Monster Energy Cernic’s Kawasaki rider rode to a third place in moto one and easily won the second moto for the overall win.Ã‚Â Bobby Kiniry earned a fourth overall and Jack Carpenter finished in sixteenth after some hard crashes.
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2009 Rockstar Energy Drink U.S. Open Supercross Rider Invite List Announced
World’s Top Riders Invited to Compete in the Intimate MGM Grand Garden Arena
The Rockstar Energy Drink U.S. Open announced today the invited rider list at Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Garden Arena October 9-10, featuring the world’s top supercross racers for the two-night showdown.
After revising the Rockstar Energy Drink U.S. Open race format two years ago to a one-class-one-champion program, the invitations were extended to not only the world’s top AMA Supercross class riders but also to the world’s top AMA Supercross Lites class riders. Sixty-five invitations went out to the sport’s biggest names, including reigning AMA Supercross class champion James Stewart, former two-time AMA Supercross class champion Chad Reed as well as the AMA Supercross Lites class champions Christophe Pourcel and Ryan Dungey.
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AMA Women’s Motocross TV Reminder – Round Two on Versus Network, Wednesday. June 24
Title Fight Grows Closer in WMX Class on Versus Wednesday, June 24 with Hangtown National at 6 p.m. ET
After an exciting debut on National television last week, the Women’s Motocross Class of the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship will once again hit the airwaves, with round two airing on the Versus Network June 24, at 6 p.m. ET.
Honda Red Bull Racing’s Ashley Fiolek made a strong statement by winning the opening round, but her hard-charging rival Jessica Patterson battles back at the Hangtown Motocross Classic to tighten the championship chase. In the fight for third, Vicki Golden, Sherri Cruse and Sara Price inch closer to the front and go bar-to-bar looking for the final spot on the podium.
Lucas Oil TV hosts Jim Holthus and Dave Arnold will have all the action in the booth as Keli Snyder joins them track-side for the latest from the pits.
AMA Motocross Saturday night in Colorado – Thunder Valley Ready to Challenge World’s Best at Night
Leaders Reed and Pourcel Carry Points Lead into Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross National at Thunder Valley
Can Reed Back up First-Ever 450 Motocross Win?
For just the second time in history, the Toyota AMA Pro National at Thunder Valley, round five of the 12-race Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship, will be held under the lights this Saturday evening. An international pairing sits atop the standings as Rockstar/Makita/Suzuki’s Chad Reed, of Australia, carries the 450 Class points lead while Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Christophe Pourcel, of France, aims to hold down the 250 Class points lead for a second week in a row.
Created in 1999, Thunder Valley Motocross hosted its inaugural Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship race in 2005 and has been on the schedule ever since. Last year, the track reached a series milestone when it hosted the first-ever night race. After undergoing several upgrades and renovations, Thunder Valley is awaiting the arrival of the world’s best motocross racers to settle the score under the illuminated mountainside Saturday night. Fans that can’t make the race will be able to follow the 450 Class action live on SPEED at 11:00 p.m. ET. The 250 Class will also air on SPEED at 6 p.m. ET on July 5.
The preceding round of the series, held at High Point Raceway, was won by fan favorite Reed. The event served as the first first-ever 450 Class overall victory for Reed, who has two AMA Supercross championships to his name. After a two-year hiatus, he has come back to the Nationals with a vengeance for 2009. Finishing 1-1 at High Point, Reed extended his overall points lead and looks forward to a repeat this weekend.
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