Justin Cooper making moves in the 2018 season

Justin Cooper making moves in the 2018 season

Justin Cooper

Justin Cooper is making a statement in 2018

Justin Cooper is turning more and more heads with each round of the ProMotocross season. Fans at the Nationals have watched him keep making small improvement and they’re paying off.

Results are getting better and better for this guy. The Blue machine is obviously a good fit.

  • Hangtown – 5th overall
  • Glen Helen – 6th overall
  • Thunder Valley – 3rd overall with a Hole Shot
  • High Point – 3rd Overall with a Hole Shot in both Motos

It’s easy to assume part of the success can be attributed to the in team competition with Aaron Plessinger. Its been fun to read the little comment between the two of them on their social media accounts.

Plessinger is also having an impressive season but that isnt’ intimidating Justin Cooper any at all. In multiple Motos we’ve seen the two of them have their own individual battle.

The Yamaha Team has to be happy with the season so far. There is a ton of Blue at the front of the 250 pack recently. The Cold Springs Harbor crowd also has be happy with how the season is going so far.

Make sure you give him a follow on social media, he does a good job keeping up his account. Congrats on the season so far. We are excited to see how the rest of the season plays out.

A Ken Roczen and Eli Tomac battle rekindled

A Ken Roczen and Eli Tomac battle rekindled

Ken Roczen and Eli Tomac

Ken Roczen and Eli Tomac battle rekindled

Some Ken Roczen and Eli Tomac competition is just what the doctor ordered. 🙂

In a season that’s already had a number of injuries, it’s really good to still see a battle between two Superstars within the sport!. As the Nationals continue we’re watching Ken Roczen get stronger and stronger. In only 3 rounds it’s clear he’s definitely getting back to form an he’s here to win and not just compete.

Ken Roczen has come back from multiple injuries and still continues to be a contender. However, the same could be said of Eli Tomac. After an early injury in the MEC season Eli Tomac had a mountain of points to make up and lost to Jason Anderson.

Now both Tomac and Roczen appear to be in healthy form and the fans are getting a show. We’re hopeful that they stay healthy. The outdoors may still have some surprises for them though. The likes of Justin Barcia, Marvin Musquin, and Blake Baggett continue to fight along their side for podium spots.

As long as there is no injuries to either rider, we should be on track to see a really good out door season. Both riders have the ability to be just so dominant at this point in their career. Its hard not to think we are going to be in for some really good battles this 2018 season.

Round 4 is next in Morris Town, PA. and we look forward to the next chapter of the outdoor season.

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Christian Craig Injury at Glen Helen 2018

Christian Craig Injury at Glen Helen 2018

Christian Craig Injury

A Christian Craig injury creates a problem for the Rider and the Team

On May 26, 2018 during the 1st Moto at Glen Helen Christian Craig went down while leading the race. Christian Craig Injury is really ill timed. Craig is one of riders to help carry the Honda Team while Cole Seely has been injured.

The Honda Team has had a number injuries and obviously adding this injury to the list. Christian has had a number of good rounds on the 450 class with notable success.

He recently posted on his social media the results of the crash. After a visit to the doctor and a MRI he found out that he tore his ACL and will need surgery. A tear is usually a season ending injury.

We are hoping for the best on his injury. Craig is a crowd favorite from his wifes vlog to their awesome Instagram family pics. He’s cool and he’s definitely on the people champs. We are wishing him the best on his recovery.

Mitchell Oldenburg Injury 2018

Mitchell Oldenburg Injury 2018

Mitchell Oldenburg injury

Mitchell Oldenburg practice session injury tear ACL and MCL

Mitchell Oldenburg injury announcement

Mitchell Oldenburg announced a practice crash on his social media. The crash resulted in a torn ACL and MCL. With the Supercross indoor season coming to a close its tough to hear.

Mitchell has a had a number of mid group finishes and as he stated “its been a rough couple of years”. We hope he has a speedy recovery and will look for updates as he tries to get ready for the out door season that starts in about a month.

Check back! We’ll continue to bring you more updates on Mitchell and other Supercross Riders.

6/18/2018 – Update

Its good to see Mitchell Oldenburg up and active. He recently posted a shot while on bike. So it looks like he’s in his rehab stage. He mentions that he misses the long summer days on the track but is happy with his progress with mind and body.

Mitchell Oldenburg is a name you hear on the track when he’s healthy so we are excited for his continued progress.

Martin Davalos out for Indianapolis

Martin Davalos out for Indianapolis

Martin Davalos will not be racing in Indianapolis

After an incident in the Dallas round Martin Davalos has been struggling with an injuries. For those that don’t know, Martin’s name is usually one in contention for podium spots. Since the 1st round of the 250east class he hasn’t finished better than 5th place.

He announced on his social media that since Dallas he’s been fighting his injury . He also  stated that he’s been racing against the advice of doctors. Specifically he “sustained 3 herniated discs in my C-spine that’s caused neuralgia in my left arm and a torn MCL in my knee”.

We hope Indy will be the only round he misses. This year has been full of injuries in both classes. Martin Davalos is a fierce competitor that we enjoy seeing out there.

He didn’t give a definite date on return. At the moment we only know he’ll return to the bike when he feels like he did in Dallas. For more updates keep checking back on Supercross.com

Cooper Webb out for Supercross St. Louis

Cooper Webb injury out for Supercross St. Louis

Cooper Webb out for St. Louis Supercross Race

Because of an injury Cooper Webb will not be racing tonight. Thats tough because he’s been building some really good momentum over the last few races. As we approach the 2nd half of the season there is still tons of uncertainty in the runnings. Last week Jason Anderson went down in a fall, and a number of riders gained points.

Cooper is a fan favorite and has shown he has the competitive personality to match his talent. In the last couple races he’s shown that he won’t back down from more veteran riders in the front of the pack. Cooper is good people an obviously we hope he gets better with some rest and is ready for Indy.

Check back for additional updates on his injury and progress.

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