Bench Racing Ammo First Satellite Team Wins Add Lucas Oil / Troy Lee Designs Honda to the list of satellite Lites teams that have broken through and ridden to victory lane.
Racer X Podcast Ping & Weigandt This week on the always exciting BTOSports.com Racer X Podcast show, Matthes, Weege and Ping break down the LA Supercross and talk about what we've learned. They also talk about Tim Ferry to no ones surprise.
Observations Los Angeles Brand new venue on the SX tour and brand new thoughts as well! It’s amazing how that works, right? This week we were in Dodger Stadium and it was pretty cool.
5 Minutes With... Kevin Windham "I'll be honest with you, as far as going much faster than this on a dirt bike, some people say they are pushing the envelope, I don't even want to open that envelope! But it’s so hard to go gracefully into the night, right?"
5 Minutes With... Ryan Dungey Hard to believe that the rider who actually owns the number-one plate is the one who needs to make slow and steady progress to get into victory lane.
Going for the W “I would have won,” he said. “I would have won the race. It’s just that I was not riding that good at the beginning."
Conversation With... Cole Seely Just two years ago, Seely was a complete unknown in the privateer ranks, and before that, he had actually quit racing for a few months because he had stopped having fun.
Race Report Los Angeles After the race, Stewart and Dungey were bummed on missing out on the win, but they both carry the confidence that they can win next week
Los Angeles Supercross Results 1. 2 Ryan Villopoto Seattle, WA, USA Kawasaki KX450F 2. 7 James Stewart Haines City, FL, USA Yamaha YZ450F 3. 1 Ryan Dungey Belle Plaine, MN, USA Suzuki RMZ450
Films LA, Tyla Rattray Rattray talks about his first 2 races and dealing with a current wrist injury
Parts TV from Dodger Stadium Parts TV presented by Thor will be back in action this weekend from the pit area at Dodger Stadium. Fans in the pits and at home will be able to join hosts Rob Buydos, Jason Weigandt and Steve Matthes to hear the most up to the minute news and information from round three of Monster Energy AMA Supercross from Los Angeles.
One Industries Rev Up Escape from LA When SPEED cut to the radio communication with the JGR boys, I think it opened pandora’s box of opportunity. We need more of that stuff! It puts the folks at home on the couch, down there on the starting line and into the race.
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Racerhead #3 Welcome to Racerhead, coming to you from not only snowbound West Virginia, but also sunny Southern California.
To Watch For At Los Angeles Tomorrow night marks a new chapter for supercross in Los Angeles as it returns to the city of its birth, only now it's in a new venue.
5 Minutes With.. Kyle Cunningham In Phoenix, DNA Shred Stix/Star Racing’s Kyle Cunningham almost had a night to remember. Unfortunately, it didn’t end that way.
This Week in Kawasaki History: LA Story The AMA Supercross tour was born in the city of Los Angeles, but it has not stopped in the city for over a dozen years. That will change on Saturday night when supercross races at Dodger Stadium for the first time.
Profile Ben Lamay Ben Lamay had a good amateur career, winning two championships at Loretta Lynn’s and nearly 20 amateur titles through out the nation.
Bench Racing Ammo Streaking Lites So the PC team has five podium trophies from the first two races. That’s impressive, but it’s not rare.
5 Minutes With... Chad Reed It’s all new for Chad Reed this year; a new team, a new bike and newfound challenges.
Racer X Redux Phoenix It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Seriously, live it, love it, savor it. Dig it. Eat it up. Enjoy it. At this time of year, we’re sitting in that rare sweet spot where anyone can win races, and we’re still not sure what’s going to happen every week.
Observations Phoenix Phoenix has traditionally been the second of the series and always has a pretty good track. They throw some sand in there and make it a bit more technical than the opening round.
Traction Control: The Slippery Slope In this age of electronic-fuel-injection dirt bikes, and with many of the factory efforts either out of road racing or cutting back on their road programs, electronic gurus are refocusing their efforts on the dirt side of things. Bikes are getting more and more sophisticated each year, and although I’m a former mechanic and think that technology is very interesting, I’d be careful of what we’re asking for.