JGRMX/Yoshimura/Suzuki Factory Racing's Weston Peick has been on a long road to recovery since a crash at last November's Paris Supercross. After crashing at the start of the main, Peick's head was landed on my another racer and he suffered extensive facial injuries, including multiple skull fractures that left him
American Suzuki rider Weston Peick has had surgery and remains in an induced come following his crash at the Paris Supercross at the weekend. His fiancee has released the following statement:
"Thank-you for all your thoughts and prayers for Weston and I as he recovers from this awful crash. Updating is
Check out the action from Sunday's Paris Supercross finals. Commentary is in French, as no English commentary is available.
Reigning US Supercross champion Jason Anderson won the Paris Supercross event this weekend, just a few days after winning in Sydney. Second at Paris, local hero Dylan Ferrandis got a huge support from the fans to get a podium result between Anderson and Zach Osborne in front of 33,000 spectators
Check out the action from the SX1 and SX2 finals from the Paris Supercross on Saturday night. With no English-speaking video feed, the commentary is in French.
And there's even some chat from former world and AMA champ Jean-Michel Bayle...
Don't you wish you'd paid attention in school a bit more now!
Rumours that factory KTM ace Marvin Musquin has injured his knee have now been confirmed as Paris Supercross organisers have revealed he'll be replaced by JGR Suzuki team-mates Weston Peick and Justin Hill for the event at the U-Arena this weekend.
Musquin hurt his knee in the US while testing this
Having returned to the French capital last year after three years in Lille, the Paris Supercross looks more exciting than ever with the comeback of many top Supercross riders in one of the most modern arenas in Europe. Featuring Marvin Musquin, the winner last year, and Jason Anderson, the US
After the successful comeback in the French capital last winter, the Paris Supercross will be back on November 17th and 18th in the U-Arena located in Nanterre – Paris la Defense.
The event was a huge success last year as more than 40,000 spectators enjoyed two days of show and racing. And Marvin Musquin was
Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Dean Wilson and Zach Osborne showed impressive speed during the two nights of racing at the annual Paris SX where both riders enjoyed podium finishes at the end of the first night of racing. Returning to the podium on Sunday night, Wilson placed third to
Marvin Musquin continued his winning streak in both main events on Saturday and Sunday, Cole Seely and Dean Wilson ended up on the podium after defeating the KTM man in the sprint finals and Zach Osborne showed his speed on a 450. Check out the gallery of pics from Ray