The seventh round of the 2019 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, hosted the Circle K RedBud National on Saturday. The event continued its famed 4th of July tradition with riders adorned in red, white, and blue colors in honor of America’s Independence Day at RedBud MX.
Watch extended highlights from Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Round 4 in Mt. Morris, Pennsylvania.
The podium men
Eli Tomac proved he’s the man to beat in the US Nationals by romping to two
moto wins under the sunny Californian skies at Pala. In the first moto he had a
sixth place start. But unlike at the Hangtown opener where he went backwards,
this time he moved forward.
Eli Tomac signs an extension to his Monster Energy Kawasaki contract that will keep the multi-time winner with the team for a few more years to come.
Eli Tomac: “I’m thrilled to continue the relationship with Kawasaki,” said Tomac. “I feel we have an outstanding team in place, an excellent KX450
New Tracks, New Riders Highlight the ExcitementSurrounding 2019 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship
In just a matter of days, the world’s fastest riders will converge on the most legendary motocross tracks in the country for a summer-long battle of supremacy to capture the most prestigious championship in off-road motorcycle racing. The
The 2019 Monster Energy Supercross finale will take place at the Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas this Saturday night. The event will be broadcast on the USA Network (more details below). Following several dramatic turns in the past couple of rounds, all three Supercross championships (450SX, 250SX East, 250SX West) are
Check out the main events form the East Rutherford Supercross, where the 450s and 250s continue their battle for the Monster Energy crown.
After taking a much needed Easter break, the riders, teams and industry folk head to East Rutherford in New Jersey for the penultimate round of the 2019 Supercross season.
The Metlife stadium is around 25 minutes or so from Manhattan, so expect to see riders hitting up the sights in
With only two more rounds to go in the 2019 Supercross season, the series takes its usual hiatus for the easter weekend.
Straight after the break, the teams and riders head to New York and then on to Las Vegas for the season finale.
Sam Boyd Stadium
As it stands in all three
Check out the main events form the Seattle Supercross, where the 450s and 250s continue their battle for the Monster Energy crown.