Frenchmen dominate American National

French riders gave the Americans a riding lesson in the sandy Southwick AMA National as Marvin Musquin took his first overall win of the year in the 450 class - halting Eli Tomac's unbeaten run - and Dylan Ferrandis took his first overall 250 victory. 450s MOTO 1 In his first race action

Tomac extends AMA lead

Eli Tomac extended his lead in the AMA 450 motocross series as Justin Barcia took second overall from Marvin Musquin, who won the first moto at  Muddy Creek. MOTO 1 Your browser does not support iframes. Though Eli Tomac hasn't traditionally been known as a great starter, he's been turning things around recently.

Tomac beats Roczen for US 450 win

Your browser does not support iframes. Your browser does not support iframes. Eli Tomac did the double in the Thunder Valley US National but it was Ken Roczen who proved he's getting back to form as he was runner-up in both motos, with Blake Baggett third both time out. Despite dominating the first

Roczen returns to racing

Ken Roczen made his return to professional racing at Hangtown, the opening round of the AMA Nationals. After breaking his hand in Supercross, he rode to a steady ninth place in qualifying. He missed the whole 2017 outdoor season after smashing his left arm in a Supercross crash in January

Foxborough Supercross shocker!

Mild-mannered Marvin Musquin muscled race leader Eli Tomac out of the way to take a last-gasp victory in the Foxborough Supercross. Musquin got a great start and led for the majority of the moto until Tomac squeezed past. But the Frenchman barged the Kawasaki man out of the way on

Tomac tops Minnesota triple header

Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, returned to Minnesota's U.S. Bank Stadium in front of a crowd of 49,846 fans for the third and final Triple Crown Event, a three-city showdown introduced in 2018 where both the 250SX and 450SX Classes compete in three Main Events. The Monster Energy Kawasaki

Seattle Supercross Mudfest!

Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, hosted Round 13 in front of 55,407 fans inside CenturyLink Field in Seattle for one of the slimiest, slickest races in history. The Monster Energy Kawasaki of Eli Tomac found itsway to a third-place start, battling back and forth with Team Red Bull KTM

St Louis Supercross highlights

Monster Energy Kawasaki's Eli Tomac left the St. Patrick's Day field green with envy leading from the start in the 450SX Main Event to capture his fifth win of the season. Tomac led all 27 laps and finished over 20 seconds ahead of Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing's Jason Anderson in second. "From

Who did what at the Tampa Supercross

Monster Energy Kawasaki's Eli Tomac earned his fourth victory of the season after a second-place start and went on to lead 13 of 26 laps of the Tampa Supercross. "That was just a race that required patience," Tomac said on the podium. "At first, I was a little bit off there