Christian Craig will be able to race the full 2020 Supercross and motocross season as his ban for failing a drug test is to be ended three months early on December 31.
"Most importantly, I NEVER have or would knowingly take a banned substance! The FIM has agreed that they
Christian Craig posted on his Instagram page the results from his FIM hearing regarding irregularities of a substance found in his system. Read his statement below.
Christian Craig has decided to post an explanation on his Instagram of what's happening regarding the FIM doping test result from Daytona Supercross.
Apico Husqvarna's Irish star Stuart Edmonds and Honda AMA pro Christian Craig will be be out of action for the foreseeable future after they both sustained injuries at the weekend.
Edmonds has broken his upper arm in five places and may face surgery in Ireland. He was checked out today and
With riders Ken Roczen and Cole Seely out of action with injuries, Team Honda HRC announces today that GEICO Honda’s Christian Craig will race a CRF450R as the factory squad’s sole rider at this weekend’s Atlanta Supercross and next week’s Daytona Supercross.
Following a promising start to the AMA Supercross season,
Team Honda HRC’s Cole Seely will be sidelined for this weekend’s Las Vegas Supercross finale following further aggravation to his adductor muscle. After missing two rounds, Seely made his return to racing last weekend in East Rutherford, New Jersey, only to aggravate the injury during the evening’s main event. Seely
Team Honda HRC announced today that Christian Craig will ride a factory-prepped CRF450R at round 15 of the AMA Supercross series in Salt Lake City, Utah. The substitution is for one race only, as Craig will rejoin GEICO Honda to finish out the 250SX East series, in which he currently
Christian Craig will fill in for the injured Ken Roczen throughout the entire 12-round AMA Pro Motocross series. Craig will pilot a factory CRF450R alongside Cole Seely beginning with the Hangtown season opener on May 20.
Craig is not new to the premier class, having campaigned 450s during the 2009 ’11,
Factory KTM ace Marvin Musquin ran away with the second night of the Paris-Bercy Supercross at Lille, leading team France to overall victory over the USA and Rest of the World teams. It was the first French win since Christophe Pourcel led the team to victory ten years ago.