In front of a sell-out crowd of 45,050 fans inside Angel Stadium, Monster Energy Supercross, an FIM World Championship, hosted the historical first-ever Triple Crown Event in Anaheim on January 20 for Round 3 of the 2018 season. Monster Energy Kawasaki's Eli Tomac captured the overall event win at Round
For Rockstar Energy Husqvarna's Jason Anderson, a win in Houston secured the 450SX Class points lead as red plate holder Marvin Musquin crashed out in qualifying and failed to make the main event with an injured shoulder. Also not starting the events, both with shoulder injuures, were Eli Tomac and
Check out the 450 main events from the Houston Supercross, round two of the AMA series.
Briton Dean Wilson has had to pull out of today's Houston Supercross as he's in too much pain from his shoulder and wrist injury he sustained in a qualifying crash last week in Anaheim.
Wilson slammed hard in Anaheim and ended up with a sprained wrist and shoulder. He attempted to
Monster Energy's Pro Circuit Kawasaki duo of Adam Cianciarulo and Joey Savatgy will head to NRG Stadium in Houston for the first time in both of their careers this Saturday. The large football stadium provides a more open layout compared to what the riders faced last weekend at the season opener.
AMA 250 Eastern Regional Supercross Champion Malcolm Stewart will join the Autotrader/ Yoshimura/ Suzuki Factory Racing Team this weekend at the second round of the AMA/ FIM World Supercross Championship at Houston in Texas, filling-in for injured Justin Bogle.
The 25-year-old Haines City, Florida native will race the new RM-Z450 Suzuki
Factory Suzuki 450 ace Justin Bogle will be sidelined for the 2018 Monster Energy AMA Supercross series opener at Anaheim on Saturday. He is recovering from a practice crash that has kept him off the bike for an extended period of time, says the team.
“The off-season was rough on me. I
Josh Hansen will team up with Matt Bisceglia to contest the Monster Energy AMA 450 supercross class for the team LVN100/Nut Up/Suzuki aboard the all-new RMZ450. Hansen, owner of the team, brings years of racing experience to the team while Bisceglia, a former AMA Horizon Award winner looks to make
The Honda HRC team of Ken Roczen and Cole Seely are ready for the 2018 Supercross and Motocross season. Get Ken's thoughts on being back and Cole's thoughts on his teammate plus info from team manager and ex-factory racer Erik Kehoe in this video by the Yoshimura-backed team.