The three factory AMA Supercross riders who have all picked up shoulder injuries - Eli Tomac, Marvin Musquin and Dean Wilson - are all set to race at today's Anaheim Supercross, or at least give it a go in practice!
Anaheim 1 winner Musquin, who fell and hurt his shoulder at Houston
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
Briton Dean Wilson and 450 champ Eli Tomac both failed to finish the Anaheim Supercross on Saturday after separate crashes in which both of them injured their shoulder. Wilson went down hard in a qualifying race and didn't make the final. Tomac fell while leading the final. He stopped to
Dean Wilson crashed out of the opening Anaheim Supercross round in his heat race and retired from the evening with a shoulder injury. The Brit was top 10 at the start of the first 450 heat race and was in fifth by the end of the first lap. He went
British Motocross of Nations hero Dean Wilson is looking good as he rides his all-new factory 450 Husqvarna for the 2018 supercross season. But as he reveals to MotoHead, it's come at the end of a tough year where he came close to hanging up his boots forever.
We're glad he
Husqvarna team will be Jason Anderson, Dean Wilson, Zach Osborne, Michael Mosiman and Mitchell Harrison in AMA Supercross next season that begins on January 6, 2018 in Anaheim, California. Leading the team’s efforts in the 450SX class once again will be Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Jason Anderson with the 450SX class
Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Dean Wilson and Zach Osborne showed impressive speed during the two nights of racing at the annual Paris SX where both riders enjoyed podium finishes at the end of the first night of racing. Returning to the podium on Sunday night, Wilson placed third to
Marvin Musquin continued his winning streak in both main events on Saturday and Sunday, Cole Seely and Dean Wilson ended up on the podium after defeating the KTM man in the sprint finals and Zach Osborne showed his speed on a 450. Check out the gallery of pics from Ray
KTM's Marvin Musquin continued his unbeaten winter streak by taking the win in Sunday's final at the Paris Supercross at the U Arena. Musquin, who won a cool $1 million by being undefeated at the Monster Cup, then again won the Red Bull Straight Rhythm, added the King of Paris
Marvin Musquin dominated the final in the first night of the Paris Supercross in the new U Arena, wining comfortably over the Husqvarna duo of Zach Osborne and Briton Dean Wilson with HRC ace Cole Seely fourth.
The final was a disappointing affair following the action of the two earlier sprint