San Manuel Yamaha’s James Stewart is locked in a tight championship battle with a mere five points separating him from Chad Reed with only three rounds to go. After Jacksonville it’s fair to say that the gloves have come off and that’s the way it should be when fighting for a title. We will catch up with James tonight to get his thoughts after the weekend off heading into Seattle.
Once again, Pro-Circuit’s Mitch Payton has worked his off-season magic to compile another possible supercross sweep in the Lites class. He never takes winning for granted and the continued combined effort of his team and riders is evidence of that. Our listeners appreciate Mitch’s straightforward style that always makes for a great interview.
GEICO Powersport Honda’s Trey Canard has had a rough season thus far, but his dedication and character have risen to the occasion and he is ready to finish out the supercross season strong and be ready for the outdoors. He will check in from somewhere deep in the Oklahoman backwoods tonight.
Cobra’s Sean Hilbert has been on the point of the industry’s spear in response to the "Lead Law Controversy." He has worked with MX Sports, AMA, and many others in presenting our side of the story. His travels have taken him all the way to Washington, D.C. and the steps of Congress to deliver our rebuttal and fight for the rights affected by this law. Sean will give us an update on their progress and remind us what we can do to help the cause. In the meantime, please go to www.racerxonline.com and click on the "Call To Action" banner to locate your legislator and let them know just how you feel.
Motoendurance.net’s Robb Beams is DMXS’s resident trainer, physical therapist, sport’s psychologist, and general motocross training guru. His segments are always popular with his generous information for every level of riding. If you would like a specific question answered tonight, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org before the show and we will answer as many as we can on the air.