The biggest show in Canada when it comes to motocross is the Toronto Supercross. This year the fans that were on hand at the Rogers Centre were treated to one of the best Supercross races of the season, and maybe in the last several years? have a look at some of the action from Saturday night.
Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ryan Dungey scored another podium finish in the 450 SX class at the twelfth round of the Monster Energy Supercross Series on Saturday at the Roger Centre in Toronto, Canada. His factory teammate Ken Roczen also earned a solid fifth place.
Ross “Rollerball” Pederson, the most victorious Motocross rider in Canadian history, returns to Toronto’s SkyDome 25 years after his first race there in 1989.
Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ryan Dungey took his first 450 SX win of the season at the ninth round of the Monster Energy Supercross Series at Lucas Oil Stadium in front of a packed crowd to move up to second place in the championship point standings.
Red Bull KTM Factory Racing had another solid night in Rd. 6 of the US Supercross Championships at San Diego with Ken Roczen on the podium in third to be second in the points of the 450-class after six of 17 rounds in this tough competition. Factory teammate Ryan Dungey finished fourth on the night and is sixth in the standings.
HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. (Feb. 5, 2014) – Phillip Nicoletti will substitute for Josh Grant this Saturday Feb. 8 in San Diego Calif. at Qualcomm Stadium for round six of the 2014 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship. Grant suffered a torn muscle in his shoulder during the Phoenix, Ariz. event on Jan.11. Always a determined competitor Grant has tried to race through the pain since then but it has proven to be very difficult. He and the team feel that resting and healing so he can regain his speed and strength before racing again is the best decision.
The fifth round of the AMA Monster Energy Supercross Series made its third and final stop in Anaheim, California at Angels Stadium. The Smartop MotoConcepts team rider Mike Alessi (#800/450) said the track looked great and the dirt seemed to be tacky and well prepared for the day to come. Later in the evening he told us this has been his favorite Anaheim track of the season. This was demonstrated during practice when we saw Alessi put down some fast lap times that looked smooth and swift amongst the other guys. Although most have enjoyed the convenient SoCal locations, Alessi said he’s eager to travel east towards the sticky, rich clay that resembles dirt often found in Motocross.
With injuries sustained at the last round in Oakland grounding half the RCH Soaring Eagle Supercross Team, things were looking sketchy going into round 5 of the 2014 season. However Broc Tickle fought through his injuries and made the main event at "the home of Supercross" — Angels Stadium in Anaheim for A3.
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