By then a three-time AMA Supercross Champion, as well as the '95 AMA 250cc Pro Motocross Champion, Team Honda's Jeremy McGrath played the starring role in the three-night Bercy Supercross. He certainly delivered, and the French fans loved every lap of it. You can watch the whole show right here, with the excellent commentary of Sir Jack Burnicle:
And check out this battle between a young David Vuillemin and a young David Pingree in the 125cc class for "Prince of Bercy" honors.
It's the second night of the 2001 Bercy Supercross but the results are the same as the first night... And every night! Yamaha's David Vuillemin would win every race he entered in 2001, just as he did in 2000, helping him to lay claim to being the all-time King of Bercy. Seven-time AMA Supercross Champion Jeremy McGrath would finish the weekend second.
Suzuki's Roger DeCoster is the winner of the muddy Lake Whitney Trans-AMA race in Texas. His teammate Gerrit Wolsink was second. How muddy was it? Check out this photo of what Cycle News called the "Trans-AMA Enduro"
And just for fun, here's the November 10 "Motocross Cat," the legendary Cycle News cartoon by Tony Bell.