2006 Yamaha’s

2006 Yamaha’s





The new Yamaha’s look sweet. The 4-strokes now have aluminum frames and come with an optional Special Anniversary Edition yellow and black plastic. Improving upon on an already great package, the YZ250 gets major suspension upgrades, and a slightly different swing arm, while the motor stays the same. The YZ125 also benefits from the same suspension upgrades and gets refinements to the motor for more low to mid punch.



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Photos from the Nationals

Photos from the Nationals





21 exciting Photos from the nationals of Southwick, Buds Creek, and Red Bud.



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125 Start

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250 Start

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Mike Alessi

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125 start

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250 start

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Brownie

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Ricky Carmichael Skying the triple

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Reed And Carmichael

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Carmichael

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Josh Grant

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Ryan Hughes

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Grant Langston

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Grant Langston

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Langston Charging the sand woops

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Billy Laninnovich

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James Stewart

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Ivan Tadesco

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DV12

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Kevin Windham

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Windham chasing Stewart

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Carmichael leading Stewart and Reed



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World MX GP (Round 10 Sweden) Results

Uddevalla

Josh Coppins (MX1) & Antonio Cairoli (MX2) win.



MX1 results:



1. Josh Coppins – 1/1

2. Ben Townley – 2/3

3. Stefan Everts – 4/4

4. Steve Ramon – 5/5

5. Jonathan Barragan – 3/11





MX1 points:



1. Stefan Everts – 411

2. Josh Coppins – 366

3. Ben Townley – 346

4. Joel Smets – 318

5. Mickael Pichon – 299





MX2 results:



1. Antonio Cairoli – 1/1

2. Andrew McFarlane – 2/2

3. David Philippaerts – 3/3

4. Carl Nunn – 7/4

5. Cedric Melotte – 4/11





MX2 point standings:



1. Andrew McFarlane – 345

2. Antonio Cairoli – 320

3. Alessio Chiodi – 310

4. Cedric Melotte – 267

5. Stephen Sword – 262





Courtesy YouthStream & Team Suzuki MX Press


First-ever FIM Women’s MX World Cup





FIM Women’s World Cup Results, Uddevalla Sweden, July 3



  • Stephanie Laier – 1/1
  • Katherine Prumm – 2/2
  • Livia Lancelot – 3/3
  • Marie Karlsson – 4/5
  • Elin Man – 11/4
  • Sandra Adriansson – 7/6
  • Anine Sanner Akre – 6/7
  • Alexandra Haupt – 5/8
  • Birgit Lemp – 8/9
  • Sandra Axell – 10/10




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The tenth round of the 2005 FIM Motocross World Championship will be different than the other GP’s, as a support race will be organised in Uddevalla on the 3rd of July during the Grand Prix of Sweden.



For the first time in the history of Motocross in Europe, a Women’s race will take place on the same day and same track as the MX1-MX2 Grand Prix. “It will be the first ever FIM Women’s World Cup, and we will run it in the context of the MX1-MX2 World Championship,” explained FIM Motocross President Wolfgang Srb. “There is a girls activity in Motocross in several countries, there’s a market and we thought it would be a good opportunity to see how this market reacts. We hope to have many girls coming from all over the world. I was in touch recently with the New Zealand federation and they want to send a rider. The FIM made a press release and contacted all the federations. We hope it will be successful and we are grateful to the Swedish organizer, as it’s an additional work for them. Thanks to Uddevalla for running this event,” added Dr Srb.



In Sugo there was already a women’s race prior to the Japanese Grand Prix, but the format of the race was different, with only one heat for 85cc bikes. The racing was good, and Japanese rider Sochiko Oki (KTM) beat American Jacqueline Ross (Honda), and Japanese rider Saya Suzuki (Suzuki).



Alongside the FIM, Youtshtream president Giuseppe Luongo is delighted with this Women’s World Cup. “This race is a part of our plan to expand Motocross as much as possible; we want to bring Motocross to a very high level, but we also want to take care about amateurs, women and veterans. The women are the first stage, and together with the FIM we will create the Women’s World Cup and work seriously to have an amateur and a veteran World Cup. We would like to have once a year all these events in one unique location, in Europe or outside Europe as one of our goals is to approach new people and bring to the fans the veterans, including some famous names that made the history of our sport,” explained Giuseppe.



Here is more information about the race:



– The motorcycles will be the ones used in the MX2 class (from 100cc to 125cc 2-stroke and from 175cc to 250cc 4-stroke).



– Up to 40 riders can be entered for this event (minimum age: 15 years). There will be one free practice session (Saturday 9.00 a.m), and one qualifying practice session (Saturday 1.30 p.m) which will designate the 30 riders + 2 reserves for the event.



– The competition will be held with two races of 20 minutes + 2 laps each (Sunday at 10.30 and 5 p.m). The point system is the same applied in the Motocross World Championships.



– A licence FIM Women World Cup is necessary to enter the event. Each national federation is able to provide this licence.



Courtesy FIM & Youthstream

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