2007 Teams & New Photos

2007 Teams & New Photos





(New photos below)



  • Team Makita Suzuki: Manager Roger De Coster. Ricky Carmichael, Ivan Tedesco, Ryan Dungey

  • Kawasaki Monster Energy Team: Manager Mike Fisher. James Stewart, Tim Ferry

  • Team Yamaha: Manager Jim Perry. Grant Langston, Broc Hepler, Josh Hill

  • Team L & M Racing Yamaha: Manager / Co-owner Larry Brooks. Chad Reed, Nate Ramsey

  • Team Honda: Manager Erik Kehoe. Davi Millsaps, Andrew Short, Tommy Hahn

  • Team Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki: Ryan Villopoto, Ben Townley, Chris Gosselaar, Brett Metcalfe

  • Team Sobe/NoFear/Samsung Mobile Honda: Kevin Windham, Billy Laninovich, Jake Weimer, Josh Grant, Ryan Sipes, Trey Canard, Travis Preston

  • Team MDK/MotoSport.com Honda: Nick Wey, David Vuillemin

  • Team Red Bull KTM: Josh Hansen, Mike Alessi, Martin Davalos, Zack Osborne

  • Motoworld Racing: Sean Hackley, Branden Jesseman, Justin Brayton, Mike LaPaglia

  • Cernic’s Kawasaki Racing Team: Paul Carpenter, Jeff Gibson

  • Team Motosport Kawasaki: Steve Boniface, Kyle Chisholm, Matt Boni, Bobby Kiniry

  • Team Rockstar/WBR/Suzuki: Troy Adams, Kelly Smith, Andrew McFarlane, Michael Byrne

  • Team Moto XXX: Kyle Lewis, Josh Summey, other

  • Star Racing Lucas Oils FMF Yamaha: Dusty Klatt, Matt Lemoine, Sean Collier, Broc Tickle

  • All American Fire Police KTM: Joe Oehlhof, Dennis Jonan, Anthony Charette & Tyler Kalisiak

  • Yamaha of Troy Team: Matt Goerke, Jason Lawrence, Ryan Morias, Kyle Cunningham

  • Butler Brothers MX: Doug DeHaan, Jason Thomas, Bryan Johnson, Shaun Skinner, Butlers

  • Wyvern Motosports: Cole Siebler #90, Leighton Lillie #627, and Daryl Ecklund #312


Not every team is listed. If your team is not here, or the information needs to be updated, please use the Contact link to the left and notify us.



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Team Makita Suzuki

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James Stewart

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Team Yamaha and Team L & M Racing Yamaha

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The AMA Champion’s machine

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Grant Langston – Team Yamaha

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Kevin Windham

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Kevin Windham

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Chris Gosselaar

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Davi Millsaps

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Michael Byrne – Rockstar Suzuki

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Tim Ferry – Kawasaki

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Travis Preston – Team Sobe Samsung No Fear Honda

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David Vuillemin – Team MDK

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Nick Wey – Team MDK

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Ryan Villipoto

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Ben Townley

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Josh Grant

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Thomas Hahn – Team Honda

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Pro Circuit’s KX 250 f motor

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Nate Ramsey – Team L & M Racing Yamaha

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Langston’s YZ 450 f

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L & M Racing Yamaha

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Team Makita Suzuki

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Jeremy McGrath – The King of Supercross – will he race again?

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Chad Reed – L & M Racing Yamaha

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Andrew Short – Team Honda

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Ryan Sipes – Team Sobe Samsung No Fear Honda

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Chad Reed – Team L & M Racing Yamaha

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James Stewart – Team Kawasaki



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Who, When & Where





Supercross 2007 is almost here!





Who – The riders & their numbers



2 Jeremy McGrath, Encinitas, CA

3 Mike Brown, Johnson City, TN

4 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL

5 Mike LaRocco, Corona, CA

6 Steve Lamson, Camino, CA

7 James Stewart, Haines City, FL

8 Grant Langston, Clermont, FL

9 Ivan Tedesco, Murrieta, CA

10 Ernesto Fonseca, Murrieta, CA

11 Travis Preston, Hesperia, CA

12 David Vuillemin, Menifee, CA

13 Heath Voss, Mico, TX

14 Kevin Windham, Centreville, MS

15 Timmy Ferry, Largo, FL

16 John Dowd, Ludlow, MA

17 Robbie Reynard, Oklahoma City, OK

18 Brock Sellards, Sherrodsville, OH

19 Doug Henry, Torrington, CT

22 Chad Reed, Tampa, FL

23 Kyle Lewis, Henderson, NV

24 Joshua Grant, Riverside, CA

25 Nathan Ramsey, Menifee, CA

26 Michael Byrne, Newnan, GA

27 Nick Wey, Dewitt, MI

28 Brett Metcalfe, Murrieta, CA

29 Andrew Short, Murrieta, CA

30 Andrew McFarlane, Newport Beach, CA

31 Ryan Clark, Waddell, AZ

32 Jason Thomas, Melrose, FL

33 Matt Goerke, Lake Helen, FL

34 Troy Adams, Brooksville, FL

35 Josh Demuth, Grapevine, TX

36 Josh Summey, Stanley, NC

37 Paul Carpenter, Ithaca, NY

38 Danny Smith, Middleton, ID

39 Steve Boniface, Lewisville, TX

40 Jeff Gibson, Blacklick, OH

41 Jason Lawrence, Murrieta, CA

42 Sean Collier, Santa Clarita, CA

43 Jeff Dement, Kingwood, TX

44 Clark Stiles, Athens, AL

45 Matt Walker, McDonough, GA

46 Martin Davalos, Cairo, GA

47 Kelly Smith, Ludington, MI

48 Kyle Chisholm, Seminole, FL

49 Chris Gosselaar, Victorville, CA

50 Billy Laninovich, Lake Elsinore, CA

51 Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, WA

52 Thomas Hahn, Decatur, TX

53 Tyler Evans, Corona, CA

54 Robert Kiniry, LaFayette, NY

55 Ryan Sipes, Vine Grove, KY

56 Daniel Sani, Clovis, CA

57 Ben Townley, Tallahassee, FL

58 Josh Hill, Yoncalla, OR

59 Justin Buckelew, Surprise, AZ

60 Broc Hepler, Kittanning, PA

61 Jiri Dostal, Murrieta, CA

62 Ryan Dungey, Bell Plaine, MN

63 Josh Woods, Flint, MI

64 Erick Vallejo, Garland, TX

65 Ryan Mills, Clintondale, NY

66 Shaun Skinner, Stuart, FL

67 Brian Gray, Middleburg, FL

68 Juss Laansoo, Chatsworth, CA

69 Bobby Garrison, Sparks, NV

70 Jacob Saylor, Knoxville, TN

71 Sean Hamblin, Murrieta, CA

72 Mason Phillips, Chino Hills, CA

73 Jake Weimer, Rupert, ID

74 Kyle Partridge, Las Vegas, NV

75 Broc Tickle, Cary, NC

76 Tucker Hibbert, Centreville, MS

77 Doug DeHaan, Thorndale, ON, Canada

78 Zach Osborne, Abingdon, VA

79 Jacob Marsack, Allentown, MI

80 Richie Owens, Menifee, CA

81 Adam Chatfield, Madisonville, TX

82 Jay Marmont, Murrieta, CA

83 Christopher Pugrab, Ellington, CT

84 Michael Willard, Thornville, OH

85 Michael Blose, Phoenix, AZ

86 Justin Brayton, Fort Dodge, IA

87 Michael Young, Temecula, CA

88 Joaquim Rodrigues, Temecula, CA

89 Justin Keeney, Lebanon, OR

90 Cole Siebler, Emmett, ID

91 Michael Lapaglia, Murrieta, CA

92 Barry Carsten, Bayville, NJ

93 Josh Hansen, Lake Elsinore, CA

94 Brad Modjewski, Hatley, WI

95 Bryan K. Johnson Jr., Cairo, GA

96 Chris Whitcraft, Pickerington, OH

97 Casey Clark, Pine Grove, PA

98 James Povolny, Hudson, WI

99 Kyle Mace, Hesperia, CA

118 David Millsaps, Cairo, GA

800 Mike Alessi, Victorville, CA



Courtesy American Motorcyclist Association





When & Where – 2007 AMA Supercross Series Schedule



January 6 – Anaheim CA

January 13 – Phoenix AZ

January 20 – Anaheim CA

January 27 – San Francisco CA

February 3 – Anaheim CA

February 10 – Houston TX

February 17 – San Diego CA

February 24 – Atlanta GA

March 3 – St. Louis MO

March 9 – Daytona Beach FL

March 17 – Orlando FL

March 24 – Indianapolis IN

March 31 – Dallas TX

April 21 – Detroit MI

April 28 – Seattle WA

May 5 – Las Vegas NV





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Snapshot: Aztec Family Raceway

Snapshot: Aztec Family Raceway







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Aztec Family Raceway has been in operation since the early 1960’s. The track owner is Byron Wolf. Byron is a former Vail ski instructor and long-time motocross racer. He attends the World Vet Championships each year, getting good results.





Aztec has three race tracks (2 full-size and 1 for the Pee-Wees).





Aztec Family Raceway was once the home track for former factory rider Arlo Englund. Arlo raced AMA Nationals during the late ’70’s and early 80’s. He is one of only two riders to win a AMA National without a clutch. (He rode a Husqvarna 360 automatic.)





Two of the most recent National riders to come out of Colorado Springs & Aztec Family Raceway are Andrew Short of Team Honda and Josh Hansen of Team KTM. Andrew grew up in Colorado Springs, practicing and racing at Aztec during the early 1990’s. His father Howie Short has a family dentistry practice there. Josh and his father Donnie Hansen moved to Colorado from California in 1998.





Info about Aztec Family Raceway:



  • Frequent Donnie Hansen Motocross Academy schools

  • Free “Holeshot Tuesday” practice and “Wednesday Skills Classes”. (These are afternoon classes conducted by top local Pro riders Shawn Morgan, Kyle Summers, Chad Wollaston, Brandon Hightower and Justin Jobe. These classes are absolutely free of charge to any rider who wishes to participate.)

  • Wednesday Night Racing series during the summer

  • Winter Combat Series during winter

  • Free lessons anytime to 50cc and Beginner riders

  • Free admission for military veterans (Fort Carson is only 15 minutes away from Aztec.)

  • AMA/SRAC sanctioned

  • AHRMA vintage motocross events are held once a year

  • Nice public rest rooms and a fully equipped/staffed emergency medical clinic

  • Participants range in age from 4 to over 60 years old

  • Open year round for practice

  • Spectators always get in free on practice days






All in all, quite a nice, family friendly motorcycling environment!





For more info, you can contact Byron Wolf / Aztec Family Raceway, phone (719) 499-9154, web http://www.aztecraceway.com




FLASHBACK – 2001 Supercross Preview

FLASHBACK – 2001 Supercross Preview





First off, let’s look at how they finished last year:



Final point standings from 2000:



1. Jeremy McGrath – 372

2. David Vuillemin – 337

3. Mike LaRocco – 302

4. Kevin Windham – 278

5. Ricky Carmichael – 263

6. Sebastien Tortelli – 243

7. Damon Huffman – 186

8. Larry Ward – 175

9. John Dowd – 170

10. Heath Voss – 113




Jeremy McGrath – the defending champion. He’s got the entire package: mentally strong, physically prepared, great equipment, and experienced. Can you bet against him?



Here are his results over the past 10 years in the AMA supercross series he’s raced in:



1991: Champion

1992: Champion

1993: Champion

1994: Champion

1995: Champion

1996: Champion

1997: 2nd place

1998: Champion

1999: Champion

2000: Champion

2001: ???




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David Vuillemin – he’s got the speed. He’s got the bikes. And another year of experience. He likes his chances for success. Can he topple Jeremy? FLASHBACK - 2001 Supercross Preview - Photo 3 of 19

David looks very comfortable coming into 2001



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Mike LaRocco – always inthe hunt. Very tough mentally and physically. Never gives an inch. The media says he’s not flashy, but that doesn’t matter on the race track. How long can he keep going, and can he win? FLASHBACK - 2001 Supercross Preview - Photo 5 of 19

Who says Mike LaRocco isn’t stylish?






Ricky Carmichael – Team Chevy Trucks Kawasaki’s 21 year old phenom from Florida. He’s one year older and one year more experienced. Carries a lot of momentum from the last half of the 2000 season. Is he ready? FLASHBACK - 2001 Supercross Preview - Photo 6 of 19



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Kevin Windham – A.K.A. Mr. Sunday Driver. Always so smooth that he looks like he’s just cruising. Except he’s deceptively fast. Will the transition to Suzuki’s allow him to reach his full potential? Stay tuned. FLASHBACK - 2001 Supercross Preview - Photo 8 of 19






Sebastien Tortelli – he’s surprised everyone before when he came out of nowhere to win the opening round at L.A. a few years ago. He’s got the talent. Plus he’s making an upgraded effort to improve his performance in supercross. Will 2001 be good to him? FLASHBACK - 2001 Supercross Preview - Photo 9 of 19



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X-factor 1: Travis Pastrana – Suzuki’s 17 year old star is well-groomed to handle all the pressure that comes with competing in the most prestigious off-road series in the world. Many people say he’s not consistent and a little too wild to win a championship. But that’s what they said last year …. and he won the 125 National Championship. He brings excitement and enthusiasm. And that smile. FLASHBACK - 2001 Supercross Preview - Photo 11 of 19

Travis is looking very good on the 250 Suzuki’s






X-factor 2: Stephane Roncada – New to the 250 class. The 2000 125 East champion. He’s got the talent. He’s hungry. How will he adapt to a new team and the 250 class? FLASHBACK - 2001 Supercross Preview - Photo 12 of 19



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X-factor 3: Ezra Lusk – A Honda main-stay over the past few years. Didn’t race a single supercross in 2000. Honda and Honda fans want him to win. FLASHBACK - 2001 Supercross Preview - Photo 14 of 19






X-factor 4: Tim Ferry – Full time factory ride for Yamaha on the YZ 426. He’ll get better as the season goes on and he gets more experience on the four-stroke. FLASHBACK - 2001 Supercross Preview - Photo 15 of 19












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Pastrana and Windham having fun together




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Honda’s new logo, and Woody Woodpecker is their team mascot




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McGrath, Vuillemin & Ferry get ready for 2001




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Shae Bentley – 2000 125 West Champion




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