Racer X Redux: Dallas Supercross has changed. Maybe it’s wishful thinking, but I believe the days of dominance are over—for real this time.
Observations: Dallas They say everything is bigger in Texas, and when you pull up to the new Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, you begin to understand what they're talking about.
450 Words: Dallas When someone is finally crowned champion of the 2011 Monster Energy AMA Supercross tour, he's going to be able to look back on a race or two where he very nearly blew the title.
the Lap Times: Dallas Round 13 of Monster Energy AMA Supercross jumped aboard the crazy train once again and headed down to Arlington, Texas.
Insight: Chad Reed He had caught and re-passed rival James Stewart and was closing in on leader Trey Canard ever so slightly when “it” happened.
Films: Dallas - Austin Stroupe Austin Stroupe gives us the info and sets the record straight on his recent results.
Films: Dallas - Tommy Hahn Tommy Hahn talks to us about coming back to racing here in Dallas.
Films: Dallas - Hart & Huntington Weege sits down and talks with Ivan Tedesco and Chris Blose about their season so far.
Racerhead #13 Welcome to Racerhead, where you just know it's going to be an interesting week when it starts out with the first-lap leader of the 450 main doing a fist-pump over the finish-line jump
Ask Ping! Yeah, it’s a real bummer that we didn’t get the whole creation/evolution topic buttoned down in one cynical, satirical column on a Friday afternoon.
This Week in Kawasaki SX History: Dallas 1997 But in this week in Kawasaki SX history, we look back at another late season race in Dallas that also impacted the points standings in a big way.
One Industries Thursday Rev Up: Dallas Ladies and gentlemen, we have something special going on here.
Profile: Weston Peick Weston Peick had the ride of his short AMA Pro Supercross life this past Saturday in Toronto when he holeshot his heat race and led a couple laps.
The List: Ten Very Strange Stories The craziness has spilled over off the track in this year’s Monster Energy Supercross tour.
Observations: Toronto What a series we have going on this year, there isn’t any way possible this thing can get any better, can it?
Racer X Redux: Toronto I’m always intrigued by how fluid those 1980s seasons were. On one weekend, a rider would blow everyone away, but the next week, someone else would turn the tables and beat him.