Videos Salt Lake City Supercross 2012

Pre-Race interviews with Dean Wilson and Eli Tomac. Post-Race interviews with Tomac, Ryan Dungey, Jason Anderson, and Davi Millsaps. 

Jason Anderson after finishing 2nd in the West Lites at Salt Lake City:

JGRMX’s Davi Millsaps after finishing 2nd at the SLC Supercross:

Ryan Dungey after winning his 3rd Supercross of 2012 on the factory Red Bull / KTM:

Interview with Eli Tomac after clinching the 2012 West Region Lites Supercross title:

2012 FIM World Motocross – Round 3 – Italy – Qualifying

2012 FIM World Motocross – Round 3 – Italy – Qualifying

2012 FIM World Motocross Championships, in Fermo, Italy. Today is Qualifying, and in MX1, it’s Kawasaki 1/2 with Gautier Paulin winning, and Christophe Pourcel second. Clem Desalle eighth. World Motocross Champion Tony Cairoli was 13th. Steven Frossard only three laps. It’s MX2, it’s another Kawaski 1/2 with Tommy Searle winning, and Joel Roelants second. Jeffrey Herlings on KTM was third. The MX GP is tomorow.

MX1 Qualifying Results
1. Gautier Paulin KAW
2. Chris Pourcel KAW
3. Ken d Dycker KTM
4. E Bobryshev HON
5. Seb Pourcel KAW
6. D Philippaerts YAM
7. Xavier Boog KAW
8. Clem Desalle SUZ
9. C Soubeyras HON
10. S Simpson YAM
MX1 Points (after 2 rds)

Tony Cairoli 88
Gautier Paulin 79
 Clem Desalle 67
Ken d Dycker 63
Chris Pourcel 59
Kevin Strijbos 51
Xavier Boog 49
Shaun Simpson 45
D Philippaerts 44
Tanel Leok 42
MX2 Qualifying Results

1. Tommy Searle KAW
2. Joel Roelants KAW
3. Jeffrey Herlings KTM
4. J v Horebeek KTM
5. Jake Nicholls KTM
6. C Charlier YAM
7. Michael Leib YAM
8. Al Lupino HUS
9. D Ferrandis KAW
10. A Tonkov HON
MX2 Points (after 2 rds)

Jeffrey Herlings 94
Tommy Searle 87
Joel Roelants 85
J. v. Horebeek 74
Max Anstie 57
Jake Nicholls 51
Jordi Tixier 48
D Ferrandis 48
Harri Kullas 43
Lupino, Tonkov 38


The Grand Prix is tomorrow.

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Photo of MX1 start courtesy Youthstream

Send SX and MX Champ Ryan Villopoto a ‘Get Well’ message

Send SX and MX Champ Ryan Villopoto a ‘Get Well’ message

As you probably know, Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto injured his knee last weekend in Seattle. The two-time Supercross Champion, defending AMA National Motocross Champion, three time AMA MX Lites National Champion, and multi-time member of the winning USA Team for Motocross of Nations had surgery on his knee, and will not defend his AMA Motocross title in 2012.

You can send Ryan a “Get Well” message thru Facebook

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Villopoto is coming off of a dominant 16 months where the Poulsbo, Wash. native earned two AMA Supercross titles on the strength of 15 wins, the AMA Motocross Championship with three wins and also the richest payday in supercross with a million dollar win at the Monster Energy Cup. Twitter

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Team Muscle Milk Honda Confirmed for 2012 Monster Energy Cup at Las Vegas’ Sam Boyd Stadium

Feld Motor Sports® caught up with Muscle Milk Honda Team Manager Erik Kehoe to discuss the second-annual Monster Energy Cup at Las Vegas’ Sam Boyd Stadium on October 20. Kehoe announced today that the Muscle Milk Honda team will be on the starting line at this year’s Monster Energy Cup.

“That’s a huge purse [and] a huge payday for one of these guys,” said Kehoe. “I believe these guys are putting it on the line every week, and when it comes to a race like that, it is huge. One thing you can count on – Team Muscle Milk Honda will be out there at the Monster Energy Cup.”

To hear more of Kehoe’s thoughts on the Monster Energy Cup, watch the video below:

The unique hybrid track will consist of supercross/motocross terrain and will have a tremendous motocross-style influence, making it unlike any other stadium race in the world. This track will be the perfect blend of supercross and motocross and created into the ultimate battleground. The Monster Energy Cup posts a $250,000 purse with the winner walking away with a $100,000 check, and for the “first time ever” $1 million will be paid to a rider that wins all three main events.

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