Steve Ramon [11]

Steve Ramon [11]

Steve Ramon [11] - Photo 1 of 18

D.O.B.: December 29, 1979

Height: 1.83 M

Weight: 75 K

Hometown: Brugge, Belgium

Team: Teka Suzuki

Favorite Food: Steak with French Fries

Favorite Music: Pop

Favorite Track: Matchams Park, Great Britain

Rider Hero: Stefan Evans


Steve Ramon’s Career Championships


MX1 World Motocross Champion

Steve Ramon Media Gallery

Tim Ferry [15]

Tim Ferry [15]

Tim Ferry [15] - Photo 1 of 34

D.O.B.: March 18, 1975

Height: 5′ 10″

Weight: 175 lbs

Residence: Dade City, FL

Hometown: West Palm Beach, FL

Age Started Riding: 7

Tim Ferry’s Biography

Tim Ferry began racing at the age of seven. He spent his amateur career competing for Kawasaki’s Team Green throughout the ’80s and early ’90s before turning pro in 1992. Ferry won the AMA East 125 Supercross Championship in 1997. In 2007, Ferry rejoined Kawasaki and had a ‘comeback year’.

Tim Ferry’s Career


In his first year back with Kawasaki, Ferry earned 13 top-five finishes and six podium finishes in the AMA Supercross series to end up third overall. In AMA Motocross, he continued his success, going on to finish fourth overall in the series. Ferry was a member of winning Team USA at the Motocross of Nations, winning the Open class.


Ferry entered 2006 season with a new determination and strength with a new team. He had six top-ten finishes in the AMA Supercross series and finished 11th overall despite missing the last two races due to injury. He finished tenth overall in the AMA Motocross Series.


Ferry finished 12th overall in the AMA Supercross Series. 24th overall for the AMA Motocross Championship season.


Ferry had recurring injuries throughout the season. He was only able to race three events during the AMA Supercross Series and was unable to race in the AMA Motocross Championship.


Ferry was on top of the podium four times during the AMA Supercross Series and took fifth overall. In the AMA Motocross Championship he fared slightly better with eight top-five finishes and took fourth overall for the season. Ferry was also selected to represent Team USA at the Motocross of Nations.


Ferry wrapped up his 2002 AMA Supercross Series with 14th overall and his AMA Motocross season with second overall.


Ferry rode consistently and finished the year out with sixth overall in the AMA Supercross Series and third overall in the AMA Motocross Championship.


AMA 125 Eastern Division Supercross Champion

Tim Ferry Media Gallery

David Vuillemin [12]

David Vuillemin [12]

David Vuillemin [12] - Photo 1 of 12

D.O.B.: October 18, 1977

Height: 6’2″

Weight: 190 lbs

Hometown: Berre-l’Étang, France

Age Started Riding: 8

Nicknames: Le Cobra, Villy

David Vuillemin’s Biography

David Vuillemin, spent the first part of his career racing and winning 125cc and 250cc Supercross championships in Europe before coming to the U.S. in 2000. Stateside, the Frenchman is a seven-time Supercross winner and three-time Motocross winner. He has more than 40 podium finishes to his credit, and he was the top SX privateer in 2007 and the top MX privateer in 2006.

Vuillemin enjoys basketball, tennis, and soccer.

David Vuillemin’s Career Highlights


1st Place – Barcelona Supercross

1st Place – Fuente Alamo Supercross

6th Place – AMA Supercross

10th Place – AMA Motocross

2nd Place – Spring Creek MX Park


1st Place – Barcelona Supercross

1st Place – Geneva Supercross

4th Place – 250/450cc Supercross

4th Place – 250/450cc Motocross


4th Place – 250/450cc Supercross

4th Place – 250/450cc Motocross


7th Place – 250/450cc Supercross

6th Place – 250/450cc Motocross

David Vuillemin Media Gallery

Jason Lawrence [338]

Jason Lawrence [338]

Jason Lawrence [338] - Photo 1 of 20

Jason Lawrence
DoB: 4/08/1987
Height: 5’7″
Weight: 130 lbs
Residence: Lake Elsinore, CA
Hometown: Estell Manor, NJ
Bike: Jason Lawrence [338] - Photo 2 of 20

Jason Lawrence’s Career Highlights


West 250 Lites Supercross Champion


2nd Place – WSX

4th Place – MX Lites


11th Place – WSX

14th Place – MX Lites


16th Place – 125MX

Jason Lawrence Media Gallery

Anaheim CA – January 7

Anaheim CA – January 7

Round 1

Supercross Class
1. James Stewart KAW    
2. Chad Reed YAM    
3. Ricky Carmichael SUZ    
4. Mike LaRocco HON    
5. Ivan Tedesco SUZ    
6. Ernesto Fonseca HON    
7. Nick Wey HON    
8. Travis Preston HON    
9. Michael Byrne KAW    
10. David Vuillemin HON    
11. Jeremy McGrath HON    
12. Mike Brown SUZ    
13. Kyle Lewis HON    
14. Jeff Gibson HON    
Point standings after round 1
James Stewart 25
Chad Reed 22
Ricky Carmichael 20
Mike LaRocco 18
Ivan Tedesco 16
Ernesto Fonseca 15
Nick Wey 14
Travis Preston 13
Michael Byrne 12
David Vuillemin 11
Jeremy McGrath 10
Mike Brown 9
Kyle Lewis 8
Jeff Gibson 7
1. Andrew Short HON    
2. Ryan Villopoto KAW    
3. Billy Laninovich HON    
4. Grant Langston KAW    
5. Darcy Lange KAW    
6. Paul Carpenter HON    
7. Jake Weimer HON    
8. Brett Metcalfe YAM    
9. Mike Alessi KTM    
10. Eric Sorby HON    
11. Andrew McFarlane YAM    
12. Nate Ramsey KTM    
13. Jesse Casillas KAW    
14. Justin Brayton YAM    
Point standings after round 1
Andrew Short 25
Ryan Villopoto 22
Billy Laninovich 20
Grant Langston 18
Darcy Lange 16
Paul Carpenter 15
Jake Weimer 14
Brett Metcalfe 13
Mike Alessi 12
Eric Sorby 11
Andrew McFarlane 10
Nate Ramsey 9
Jesse Casillas 8
Justin Brayton 7

Angel Stadium

Stewart fires opening round shot … Short takes Lites

James Stewart won the opening round of the 2006 AMA Supercross Series with a convincing win at Angel Stadium in Anaheim California. He rode a Kawasaki KXF 450 four-stroke machine.

Chad Reed, riding the Yamaha YZ 450 four-stroke, finished in the runner-up position, and sits three points back of James in the series point standings.

Defending supercross champion Ricky Carmichael took third position, coming back from a fall while in the lead early in the race. He raced on the Makita Suzuki RMZ 450 four-stroke.

Laps four thru seven had the crowd going wild with James Stewart, Chad Reed, and Ricky Carmichael battling up front. Carmichael would eventually fall, Reed inheriting the lead, and then Stewart getting by him. Towards the end of the race the top riders were very spread out.

Andrew Short and his factory Honda took the win in the Lites class of racing. (Yes, we wish the name ‘Lites’ would be changed like everyone else does.)

Ryan Villopoto, age 16 and riding in his first professional supercross for Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki, finished second. Billy Laninovich on the Sobe/Samsung Honda finished third. Grant Langston came from almost last place to finish in the fourth position. Mike Alessi finished ninth.

Notes: There will be more features and photos coming here in the next few days. 7-time AMA Supercross champion Jeremy McGrath rode a Honda CR 250 two-stroke, placing 11th in the main event. The track was tacky, well prepared, tough and technical. Intermission saw a special tribute to David Bailey commemorating the 20th anniversary of the 1986 Anaheim supercross and his battle with Rick Johnson. Injured military veteran Shelby gave David a replica his factory 1986 Honda CR 250.

New Chad Reed, Travis Pastrana, and Jeremy McGrath back packs!

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