Honda HRC’s Cole Seely had an off-night in Arizona after an impressive showing at the first Monster Energy Supercross Triple Crown race of the year at Anaheim 2. Cole was forced to miss some of the critical testing and prep time this off-season after having some hardware removed from his finger, but we fully expect him to be battling up front all year. Cole is truly one of the good guys in the sport and we appreciate him always putting up with us and our nonsense.
Monster Energy/Knich/Factory Yamaha’s Cooper Webb suffered an injury in December that kept the hopeful 450SX championship contender less than 100 percent coming into the season. He put in his best ride last week in Glendale, and we’ll get his thoughts on the season, doubters, and anything else he wants to get off his chest tonight.
The 9th Annual Ricky Carmichael Amateur Supercross (RCSX) returns to the Daytona International Speedway for the biggest two-day amateur supercross event in the world in just a few short weeks from now. It’s always a pleasure to get MX Sports’ Tim Cotter on the show ,and we’ll get all the details and new additions to the race this year. Check out www.RaceDaytona.com for signup and event information. We look forward to seeing you there!
Those who have listened to our show over the years have enjoyed the always-entertaining Wes Kain stories from every corner of the country. Wes is one of our best friends in the real world and we wanted our listeners to hear directly from the legend himself tonight.
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