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




Toyota & Yamaha team up to make a new truck

Toyota & Yamaha team up to make a new truck

Toyota and Yamaha have teamed up to develop a truck that makes hauling
watercraft, snowmobiles, motorcycles and ATVs as much fun as riding
them — the Tundra Double Cab Toyota/Yamaha Concept Truck. Built to
meet the needs of active families or groups hauling their favorite
toys, the Toyota/Yamaha Concept Truck is packed with added features.



The Toyota/Yamaha Concept Truck features the Team Yamaha Blue/White
paint scheme and Toyota/Yamaha Concept Truck logo. Other custom design
elements include a one-of-a-kind bumper guard and grille with skid
plate, tough enough for desert excursions, while still stylish enough
for cruising around town.



The bed is sprayed with coating for protection and additional grip to
keep bikes, loading ramps and gear bags from sliding. A bed rack keeps
motorcycles snug during transport.



A supercharger developed by Toyota Racing Development has been added to
help haul the load. With up to seven pounds of boost available, maximum
horsepower jumps from 240 to 353 hp and torque from 315 lb.-ft. to 359
lb.-ft, both at 5200 rpm. TRD’s dual side exhaust provides improved
breathing performance.



The interior has custom designed leather seat covers and door panels in
blue, black, and silver with the Yamaha logo. A DVD player and Nintendo
GameCube keep backseat passengers happy while they view movies and
games on the headrest screens. Rugged floor mats make for easy cleaning
after a long day of play.





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