How the AMA tiles were won… After a highly competitive season the 2020 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship has come to an end. The season finale from Southern California's Fox Raceway was a historic one, as a pair or new race winners and a pair of new national champions emerged at the MX vs ATV All

Tomac takes control in California

The podium men Kawasaki’s 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. Tomac takes

Palagate: Cianciarulo wins despite start line mix-up

Chase Sexton knocks his gate as others refuse to fall Kawasaki’s Adam Cianciarulo took the overall win to extend his championship lead despite hitting the start gate – along with many top riders – in the deciding moto at the Pala US National, round two of the series. The gate finally drops

Shock result in 125 All-Stars race

RV leads lap one from Verize Little-known local rider Bryce Verize pulled off the biggest win of his career by stalking then passing Ryan Villopoto to win the 125 All-Star race at the Pala US National. Verize puts the pressure on Villopoto Villopoto set off right on the outside gate and railed round the first corner

Pala replaces Glen Helen in AMA shake-up

Pala has replaced Glen Helen as the Southern California venue for this year's AMA Nationals. And the WW Ranch Motocross Park in Jacksonville, Florida, will host the inaugural Florida National on June 22.   Pala previously served as the season finale of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship for back-to-back

Roczen rides Pala

Ken Roczen is starting his serious riding programme as he recovers from his smashed arm following his crash at the Anaheim supercross earlier this year. The HRC man has been riding at Pala in California as he gets back up to speed and fitness for the Anaheim 2018 supercross season opener

Countdown to the US Nationals!

The start of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship is less than two weeks away and the testing facilities are buzzing with top riders. One day at Pala in Southern California was Honda HRC’s Christian Craig, Monster Energy/Pro Circuit Justin Hill, Adam Cianciarulo, Factory Yamaha’s Cooper Webb, Troy Lee Designs/Red Bull