250 Words Shane McElrath Shane talks about his WSX championship and contract with Rick Ware Racing, his relationship with old rival Chase Sexton, and more.
3 on 3 Brayton, Seely, McElrath We ask three riders about the experience of the FIM World Supercross Championship
Open Mic Cole Seely “I’d be looking for opportunities and trying to set people up, and all of a sudden someone is coming to make a pass on me in the same turn! It was like, ‘Holy crap, how do I manage this?’”
Exhaust Podcast Forward March After four teams in one year, Shane McElrath finds a foothold in WSX SX2. Jason Weigandt chats with him about the past, present, and future in this podcast.
Between the Motos Justin Brayton JB describes the deliberate take out attempt by Vince Friese—and Friese offering other riders money to hit him—in this interview.
Watch: Friese & Brayton Collide as Roczen Claims WSX Title Jason Weigandt recaps everything that happened at the finale in this Fly Racing Racer X Rapid News video.
250 Words McElrath’s Move In a tumultuous year that included riding for four different teams, Shane McElrath emerges with the SX2 WSX Championship.
450 Words Roczen Escapes with the Crown Flat tires, Friese takes a shot at it, and more define Ken Roczen’s attempt at the WSX title.
How to Watch Ironman GNCC and Australian GP WSX GNCC Racing takes over Indiana for its finale and the pilot season of the FIM World Supercross Championship comes to a close in Australia. TV and online schedules, race day schedules, and more.
Redux World Supercross Revs Up Again The second and final WSX round will crown champions Down Under. Here’s a preview.
450 Words Ken Roczen Won't Stop “If that means I have to show up to Anaheim 1 as a privateer, so be it. I don’t think there’s been a privateer who’s won Anaheim 1, but maybe it’ll be me.”
Weege Show The Racing Neighborhood and WSX Finale Preview Jason Weigandt previews the final round of the 2022 World Supercross Championship with this walk and talk.
Watch: Animated Track Map for WSX Round 2 Australian GP Check out the animated track map for Australian GP round of the FIM World Supercross Championship (WSX).
New 'WSX.TV' to Deliver Global Fans an Elevated Viewing Experience SX Global launches live-streaming channel providing consumers streaming options in regions where linear TV coverage is unavailable.
FIM World Supercross Championship to Air on FS1 in the United States Coverage to begin with three-hour broadcasts of upcoming championship events in Cardiff and Melbourne, while continuing with coverage of the entire 2023 season.
Fly Racing Racer X Podcast Chad Reed Host Steve Matthes is joined by the #22 to talk about the upcoming WSX pilot season, the new SuperMotocross World Championship, Ken Roczen, YouTube, and more.
Dean Wilson Joins Firepower Honda for AMA Supercross, WSX, & More The 30-year-old Scot is expected to compete in World Supercross, Australian Supercross, and Monster Energy AMA Supercross aboard a Honda.
Rick Ware Racing & Honda Nils Racing Announces WSX Lineups Both teams have announced their full, four-rider rosters.
Ken Roczen to Race 2022 FIM WSX Championship with Honda Genuine Honda Racing Honda Genuine Honda Racing is pleased to announce a collaborative effort with Ken Roczen for the two-round season that will include events in the United Kingdom and Australia.
450 Words Ken Roczen “I am a Free Agent” Ken Roczen took to the Bubba’s World podcast on Thursday to detail his current contract status as he prepares for World Supercross.
Pipes Motorsports Group Announces 3 Riders for FIM WSX [Update: 4th Rider Announced] Brandon Hartranft will race in the SX1 (450cc) division as Dilan Schwartz and Marshal Weltin will compete in the SX2 (250cc) division.
MDK Motorsports Announces Full 4 Rider FIM World Supercross Championship Roster Australian Chad Reed leads MDK Motorsports’ WSX (450cc) Class alongside Americans Josh Grant (450cc), Justin Bogle (250cc), and Derek Drake (250cc) with Henry Miller as a back-up rider.
Carson Brown Announced as Rider for GSM Dafy Michelin Yamaha WSX Roster Competing for a World Championship in the WSX (450cc) Class are Thomas Ramette and Anthony Bourdon as Maxime Desprey and Carson Brown will be competing in the SX2 (250cc) class of the FIM World Supercross Championship.
ClubMX Announces International Division, Four-Rider Roster for WSX On top of its U.S. race team, the South Carolina-based training facility has announced an international division, which will be ran by co-owner Scott Jeffery and established Canadian race team owner Kourtney Lloyd.
WSX Announces Race Format, Featuring SuperPole, Triple-Crown Style Action The non-traditional format features more races and shorter race durations, significantly increasing the overall level of action and excitement, while minimizing downtime for fans throughout events.
BUD Racing Kawasaki Confirms 4-Rider Roster for World Supercross Championship The French team announced its rider lineup for the pilot season of the FIM World Supercross Championship (WSX).
Honda NILS Racing Confirmed as Final FIM World Supercross Championship Team The team will announce its four riders in the coming weeks as it prepares for the Global WSX Championship kicking off on Saturday, October 8th in Cardiff, Wales at Principality Stadium.
Josh Hill Announced As Fourth CDR Rider In FIM World Supercross Championship Hill joins Australia’s Luke Clout and Australian Aaron Tanti along with fellow American Kyle Chisholm on the CDR Team.
Redux Confirmed Teams, Riders, Info for WSX Lots of announcements lately for the all-new FIM World Supercross Championship. Here's a roundup of what's known so far.
Dean Wilson Confirmed for 2022 FIM World Supercross Championship Although where Wilson will officially be pitted has yet to be announced, the #15 has been confirmed by both SX Global and Deano himself.
Chad Reed Confirmed to Race SX1 (450cc) Division of WSX The two-time AMA Supercross premier class champion hung up the boots officially following 2020, but now is confirmed to race the SX1 division of WSX with MDK Motorsports.
Max Anstie and Wilson Todd Confirmed on Honda Genuine Honda Racing Roster for WSX Anstie and Todd will race SX2 (250cc) as a SX1 (450cc) rider will be announced soon.
Chisholm, Clout, & Tanti Confirmed for CDR in FIM WSX The CDR team is led by Luke Clout who will compete in the WSX (450cc) class for the FIM-sanctioned World Championship. Talented Australian rider, Aaron Tanti, will compete in the SX2 (250cc) class, while Kyle Chisholm's class will be revealed at a later date.
Honda Genuine Honda Racing and Muc-Off/FXR/ClubMX Teams Latest to Join WSX There is still one team yet to be announced for the ten-team field, which SX Global said will be finalized and announced in the coming weeks.
Ken Roczen is in for 2022 FIM World Supercross Championship Team not yet announced for Roczen in 2022 World Supercross.
FIM World Supercross Championship Unveils New Logo Inspired by the past & driven toward the future, official logo and colors will be synonymous with Supercross’ Premier Global Championship for years to come.
MDK Motorsports Returns for the 2022 FIM World Supercross Championship SX Global has added MDK Motorsports to its lineup of exclusive race teams for the FIM World Supercross Championship in 2022.
Dream Traxx to Handle Track Design, More in FIM World Supercross Championship Led by founder Jason Baker, Dream Traxx will handle the “design, development, management, and maintenance of tracks” for the series.
Cole Seely Out of Retirement for MCR's World SX Effort While there are six of the ten exclusive teams announced for the FIM World Supercross Championship, the SmarTop/Bullfrog Spas/MotoConcepts Honda team is the first team to officially confirm its roster. Below is the full press release.
FIM World Supercross Championship 250cc Class Rules: No Points Nor Age Restrictions SX2 (250cc) participation will not be limited by points thresholds, age or term limits; allowing teams & riders more freedom to control their competitive opportunities & professional longevity.
SX Global Announces Next Two Teams for FIM World Supercross Championship SX Global announced the next two of the 10 exclusive team licenses it will issue for its FIM World Supercross Championship (WSX): Australia’s Craig Dack Racing (CDR) and American Rick Ware Racing.
Between the Motos Dustin Pipes Dustin Pipes talks Twisted Tea/HEP Motorsports Suzuki’s plans for World Supercross.
First Four Teams Announced for FIM World Supercross Championship MotoConcepts and HEP are first of four teams approved for series.
Fly Racing Racer X Podcast Adam Bailey and Ryan Sanderson Host Steve Matthes is joined by SX Global’s Adam Bailey and Ryan Sanderson to talk about the details behind the new FIM Supercross World Championship Series.
Between the Motos FIM Supercross World Championship Series Unveiled We received two press releases about the all-new series: one with details on the championship and one announcing Mubadala Capital as the funding sponsor.
Australia’s SX Global Secures FIM Supercross World Championship The Australian based company has been selected to “manage and promote the FIM Supercross World Championship over the coming decade.”
FIM Seeking Promoter for World Supercross Championship The Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme is searching for a promoter to run the World Supercross Championship from 2022 to 2031.