GasGas has announced the highly-anticipated Troy Lee Designs/Red Bull/GASGAS Factory Racing team line-up, as they prepare to compete in both the 250cc and 450cc divisions of the AMA Supercross and Pro Motocross Championships for the 2021 season and beyond.
Highlighting the team’s 450 effort is Justin “BAM BAM” Barcia, a seasoned
For the second year running, Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing Team’s Justin Barcia kicked off the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship with a win at Anaheim I.
Barcia said: “It doesn’t get much better, honestly. We had a really nice day. I qualified alright. The Heat race was great, I
American Justin Barcia had a great comeback in the French capital as he clinched a third overall Paris Supercross win. He didn’t win any of Sunday's races but secured his ‘King of Paris’ title with three good results, backing up his overall from Saturday's opening night. Malcolm Stewart won on
Justin Barcia took the win in the first night of the Paris supercross when both Dylan Ferrandis and Malcom Stewart crashed in the first corner.
The first SX1 race was exciting, as Dylan Ferrandis won the first ‘sprint’ race when he passed Justin Hill during the last lap of the race;
Justin Barcia kick starts his freshly built Factory Yamaha YZ 250 2-Stroke and takes us for a hot lap around Bam Land on rails. #BamLand2
Not good news for the Yamaha rider, Justin Barcia will miss the final three races of the 2019 Supercross season. His season took off with a great win at A1 but from there, his season took a nose dive.
Hopefully, we will see him back for the outdoors which starts
Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing Team rider Justin Barcia will sit out this weekend’s Supercross round in Atlanta following a crash while training today at his compound in Florida.
Following a medical check at Tallahassee Orthopedic Clinic (TOC) in Tallahassee, Florida, Barcia is being evaluated for concussion and as a precautionary measure
It was muddy, it was fun to watch and Angel Stadium was packed - a solid start to this year's Monster Energy Supercross.
The impressive Dean Wilson certainly proved he's still got it and will improve as the season progresses, Malcolm Stewart rode a solid race after a good start but
Alex Lowes and Michael Van Der Mark of the Pata Yamaha Superbike team go on a motocross ride day and are joined by a host of top MXers like Justin Barcia, Doug Dubach, Jake Shipton, Brian Jorgensen and many more.
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.
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Though Eli Tomac hasn't traditionally been known as a great starter, he's been turning things around recently.