Monster Energy Kawasaki's Eli Tomac scored his second consecutive overall event win in Glendale. In the 450SX Class Main Event, Tomac captured the lead from the start and ran away with the win, leading all 23 laps ahead of Monster Energy/Knich/Yamaha Factory Racing's Justin Barcia.
"That was a big, big push," Tomac
Reigning Portuguese SX and MX champ Hugo Bausaula put his Shocktech Kawasaki in pole position after this morning’s Pro qualifying session at the fourth round of the 2018 Power Maxed Arenacross Tour.
Having used the 2017 Tour to learn the tracks and get to grips with the technically challenging nature of
Jeremy McGrath helped pioneer the FMX scene with his awesome rides at Glamis dunes around 20 years ago. And now he's back on his Kawasaki 450 riding in a special anniversary video for Thor.
Monster Energy's Pro Circuit Kawasaki duo of Adam Cianciarulo and Joey Savatgy will head to NRG Stadium in Houston for the first time in both of their careers this Saturday. The large football stadium provides a more open layout compared to what the riders faced last weekend at the season opener.
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
The top men of supercross lined up against each other for the first time in the pre-race press conference at Anaheim. Once again, Ken Roczen stole the show as he turned up in a smart suit rather than race wear like his rivals. This what the top men had to
Two of Kawasaki's top 250 riders have been injured while testing for Supercross. Frenchman Benoit Paturel, who was due to ride the Paris Supercross for the BUD team, fell while testing in France. His injuries are not thought to be serious but he'll be out of the weekend's Paris Supercross.
Check out Ryan Villopoto in action on his awesome KX250 two-smoker at the Pro Circuit Supercross test track at Glen Helen.
Kawasaki will have Jack Brunell and Adam Chatfield in the Pro class and Joy Clayton in the Pro Lites class in the 2018 Arenacross Tour, in a team backed by Salisbury-based dealer Holeshot racing. Team Green Holeshot Kawasaki will be owned and run by Kawasaki UK and will compete for victory
He may not be a full-time pro racer any more, but gear firm Answer have stepped up to sponsor ex-Thor wearer Ryan Villopoto as brand ambassador! He's racing at the Red Bull Straight Rhythm this weekend on a Kawasaki so should make his debut then in the new kit.