MOTOCROSS ACTION’S WEEKEND NEWS REPORT: WHAT YOU MISSED WHILE YOU WERE LIVIN’ LIFE, FEATURING JOSH COPPINS, JAMES STEWART, TOMMY SEARLE, ZACH BELL, ROGER DECOSTER, BEN TOWNLEY, RC, TP & MORE

August 26, 2012
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SUPER TRAPP BUYS JARDINE: DISCO NEVER DIED

Disco Jet.

SuperTrapp Industries has acquired Jardine Performance Products (SuperTrapp already owns Kerker exhausts). Jardine manufactures exhausts, back rests, racks and accessories for the Harley, metric, sport, dirt bike and ATV markets. SuperTrapp president Kevin Bergers said, “We look forward to adding Jardine Performance Products to the SuperTrapp family of products. We are confident that the combined talents and resources of the two brands will be of a great benefit to our customers and market place.”

Super Trapp and Jardine are not major players in the offroad motorcycle business, although at one time SuperTrapp’s tunable disc diffuser exhaust systems, more commonly called “Disco Jet,” was the leading four-stroke dirt bike and dual sport exhaust system.

BEN TOWNLEY IS NOT GIVNG UP: RE-SIGNS FOR 2013 AUSSIE NATIONALS WITH HONDA

Ben Townley wanted to race the 2012 AMA Natioansl for Chad Reed’s team, but got hurt before he could make the move. Photo: Carlton Dry Honda/Rice

Ben Townley has re-signed with the Carlton Dry Honda team in Australia for 2013. Townley has spent the past four months recovering from a injury he sustained at the Coonabarabran National. It is even hoped that Townley will be able to race the Australian Supercross Championships which starts in October. Ben Townley said, “I am looking forward to getting my career back on track. It is great to be able to confirm that I will be spending the next 12-15 months racing in Australia. I have enjoyed working with the Carlton Dry Honda Thor Racing Team and Honda Australia so it was important for me to continue these relationships.”

RICKY CARMICHAEL TO HOLD MOTOCROSS SCHOOL AT ELSINORE ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, FOR $444

Ricky Carmichael will host a motocross school at Lake Elsinore on Monday, September 10. Jeff Emig, Jeff Stanton, Ricky’s mom and Johnny O’Mara will be the instructors. The one-day school costs $444. For more info go to www.mxsports.com/pages/rcu/rcu-lake-elsinore

FREE MTA RIDE DAY ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, AT GLEN HELEN RACEWAY

TOMMY SEARLE VIDEO: HOW TOMMY UPHELD BRITISH HONOR AT MATTERLY BASIN…AND WHY YOU DON’T WEAR A CHEST PROTECTOR WHEN YOU WANT A GOOD START

FINAL AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL MOTOCROSS: JOSH COPPINS WINS 450 CLASS, WHILE FORD DALE TAKES 250 TITLE

Josh Coppins.                                         Photo: CDR Yamaha

Josh Coppins and Ford Dale didn’t win at the final round of the Aussie National Motocross Championships at Coolum, but it didn’t matter because they both took large points leads in the last race of the year. Dale hung on to win the 250 crown by 2 points, while Coppins (1-2-2) followed contender Todd Waters (2-1-1) home in two out of three motos to take the 450 crown…before retiring along with Dan Reardon and Craig Anderson.

OVERALL 250 RESULTS: COOLUM
1. Josh Cachia…………72
2. Luke Styke…………..69
3. Kade Mosig………….52
4. Ford Dale…………….50
5. Cheyne Boyd……….45
6. Brock Winston……..44
7. Scott Columb……….42
8. Kirk Gibbs……………40
9. Ryan Marmont……..36
10. Justin McDonald…32

OVERALL 450 RESULTS: COOLUM
1. Todd Waters………72
2. Josh Coppins…….69
3. Cody Cooper……..60
4. Brad Anderson…..46
5. Dean Porter……….43
6. Jay Marmont………42
7. Billy Mackenzie…..42
8. Daniel McCoy…….40
9. Lawson Bopping…37
10. Jake Moss……….36

250 AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL STANDINGS
(After 10 of 10 races)

1. Ford Dale………………571
2. Luke Styke…………….569
3. Josh Cachia………….565
4. Kade Mosig…………..499
5. Kirk Gibbs……………..441
6. Cheyne Boyd…………411
7. Adam Monea…………409
8. Scott Columb…………360
9. Justin McDonald…….320
10. Lewis Woods……….306

450 AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL STANDINGS
(After 10 of 10 races)

1. Josh Coppins………618
2. Todd Waters………..607
3. Cody Cooper……….509
4. Brad Anderson…….509
5. Lawson Bopping….506
6. Jay Marmont……….374
7. Jake Moss…………..347
8. Dean Porter…………331
9. Daniel McCoy………329
10. Dan Reardon……..320

ONLY ONE AMERICAN PODIUMS AT FIM JUNIOR MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP IN BULGARIA

Team USA with Conner Mullennix front and center. Photo: Youthstream

The Gorna Rositza, Bulgaria, track hosted the ninth edition of the FIM Junior Motocross World Championship and Caleb Grothues from Australia, Brian Hsu from Germany and Tim Gajser from Slovenia became the 2012 FIM 65cc, 85cc and 125cc Junior World Champions respectively. Team Netherlands was on the top of the podium this weekend as the winning team of this year’s edition thanks to their consistent results, team Italy was second and Team USA completed the top three.


Brian Hsu?85cc winner.          Photo: Youthstream

65cc CLASS
1. Caleb Grothues…Australia
2. Riley Dukes…Australia
3. Robert-Crisztian Tompa…Romania
Other notables: 4. Conner Mullennix…USA; 5. Timur Petrashin…Russia; 7. Raivo Dankers…Holland


Brian Forkner was second in the 85cc class. Photo: Youthstream

85cc CLASS
1. Brian Hsu…Germany
2. Austin Forkner…USA
3. Davy Pootjes…Holland
Other notables: 6. Jake Pinhancos…USA; 7. Bradley Cox…South Africa; 9. Mitchell Evans…Australia; 10. Conrad Mewse…Great Britain


Jake Pinhancos was sixth in the 85cc class. Photo: Youthstream

125cc CLASS
1. Tim Gajser…Slovenia
2. Simone Furlotti…Italy
3. Pauls Jonass…Latvia
Other notables: 5. James Dunn…Great Britain;  8. Nicholas Adams…South Africa;  10. Hamish Harwood…New Zealand

GODSPEED! MIKE SHOEMAKER (1960-2012): DONNIE HANSEN’S TRIBUTE TO HIS FRIEND MIKE SHOEMAKER

Broc Shoemaker (11) is carrying the heritage of his late father on in the sport of motocross.


My best friend, Mike Shoemaker, passed away yesterday from a hard-fought battle with cancer. Mike was a former Pro from back in the 1980’s racing for Team Tamm on a Honda. He was the nicest guy you will ever meet, and loved by all. He is survived by his wife, Debbie, and three sons, Shane, Broc and Devan. It brings tears to my eyes just writing this.

    Donnie Hansen


Mike Shoemaker was from Simi Valley and raced at Indian Dunes, Saddleback and Carlsbad. Mike raced the AMA 500 Nationals in1983, finishing 7th overall at the Saddleback National, 12th at Washougal, 15th at Red Bud, 15th at Lakewood and 17th at Lake Whitney. Mike also made two Supercross mains in 1983, with a 15th at Seattle and a 16th in Dallas. Today, Mike’s son Broc is a pro racer who is carrying on the tradition of his dad.

Service Information

Visitation
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 4:00pm – 8:00pm
Eternal Valley Memorial Park Mortuary
23287 Sierra Hwy, Newhall, California
(661) 259-0800 www.eternalvalleymortuary.com

Funeral Service
Thursday, August 30, 2012 10:00am
Grace Baptist Church
22833 Copper Hill Dr., Santa Clarita, California
(661) 296-8737

RIDE WITH JAMES STEWART AT UNADILLA AS HE CHASES MILLSAPS, ALESSI & DUNGEY

More Stewart video… more violent that is

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT MOTOCROSS IN 2012… IF YOU ARE A MATH GEEK

Canada is done. Australia is done. But, every other series has two or more races to go before the seaosn can finally be consider over ? and the special events (MXDN, Monster Cup, World Vet Championship) can begin.

450 AMA NATIONAL POINTS STANDINGS
(10 of 12 events)

1. Ryan Dungey…..480
2. Mike Alessi……..367
3. Andrew Short…..311
4. Jake Weimer……293
5. Broc Tickle………293
6. Josh Grant………226
7. Justin Brayton….202
8. Kyle Chisholm…182
9. James Stewart…163
10. Davi Millsaps…150

250 AMA NATIONAL POINTS STANDINGS
(10 of 12 events)

1. Blake Baggett…436
2. Justin Barcia…412
3. Eli Tomac…408
4. Ken Roczen…385
5. Marvin Musquin…336
6. Wil Hahn…255
7. Blake Wharton…215
8. Jason Anderson…206
9. Jessy Nelson…189
10. Travis Baker…168                      

450 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS STANDINGS
(after 13 of 16 events)

1. Cairoli, Antonio…………542
2. Desalle, Clement………487
3. Pourcel, Christophe…..452
4. Paulin, Gautier………….440
5. de Dycker, Ken…………404
6. Strijbos, Kevin…………..342
7. Boog, Xavier……………..336
8. Leok, Tanel……………….300
9. Goncalves, Rui………….295
10. Shaun Simpson……….242

250 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS STANDINGS
(after 13 of 16 events)

1. Herlings, Jeremy………….572
2. Searle, Tommy…………….521
3. van Horebeek, Jeremy….475
4. Roelants, Joel……………..367
5. Nicholls, Jake………………359
6. Tixier, Jordi………………….340
7. Anstie, Max………………….274   
8. Ferrandis, Dylan…………..261
9. Butron, Jose………………..257
10. Lupino, Alessandro……..221

450 CANADIAN NATIONAL POINTS STANDINGS
(Final)

1. Matt Goerke……………442
2. Bobby Kiniry……………375
3. Dusty Klatt……………..316
4. Gavin Gracyk…………..252
5. Tyler Villopoto………….230
6. Morgan Burger…………207
7. Tyler Medaglia…………182
8. Jason Burke…………..181
9. Colton Facciotti……….175
10. Shawn Maffenbeier…155

250 CANADIAN NATIONAL POINTS STANDINGS
(Final)

1. Teddy Maier…………406
2. Jeremy Medaglia…..386
3. Topher Ingalls……..263
4. Jared Allison……….261
5. Brad Nauditt……….230
6. Kaven Benoit………227
7. Parker Allison……..219
8. Spencer Knowles…201
9. Richard Grey………196
10. Dylan Kaelin…….180

450 AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL POINTS STANDINGS
(Final)

1. Josh Coppins………618
2. Todd Waters………..607
3. Cody Cooper……….509
4. Brad Anderson…….509
5. Lawson Bopping….506
6. Jay Marmont……….374
7. Jake Moss…………..347
8. Dean Porter…………331
9. Daniel McCoy………329
10. Dan Reardon……..320

250 AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL POINTS STANDINGS
(Final)

1. Ford Dale………………571
2. Luke Styke…………….569
3. Josh Cachia………….565
4. Kade Mosig…………..499
5. Kirk Gibbs……………..441
6. Cheyne Boyd…………411
7. Adam Monea…………409
8. Scott Columb…………360
9. Justin McDonald…….320
10. Lewis Woods……….306

450 ALL-JAPAN POINTS STANDINGS
(after 6 of 9 events)

1. Akira Narita……………297
2. Hiroaki Arai……………239
3. Yu Hirata……………….227
4. Yohei Kojima…………190
5. Yoshitaka Atsuta……183
6. Makoto Ogata………..157
7. Yoshiki Inagaki……….138
8. Yutaka Hoshino………132
9. Kazumasa Masuda….126
10. Yoshiki Kitai………….118

250 ALL-JAPAN POINTS STANDINGS
(after 6 of 9 events)

1. Kei Yamamoto……..254
2. Yui Hoshino…………254
3. Takuya Mihara……..231
4. Masami Tanaka……217
5. Toshiki Tomita……..192
6. Jun’ya Takenaka….170
7. Takashi Saitoh…….144
8. Kouhei Ogawa…….143
9. Kouhei Ueda……….113
10. Takasi Okano…….112

450 BRITISH NATIONAL POINTS STANDINGS
(After 7 of 8 rounds)

1. Kevin Strijbos……..463
2. Shaun Simpson…..405
3. Gert Krestinov……..318
4. Matiss Karro……….308
5. Martin Barr………….261
6. Jamie Law…………..46
7. Dorren Coutts………212
8. Jeremy Whatley……201
9. Stephen Sword……198
10. Alex Snow…………186

250 BRITISH NATIONAL POINTS STANDINGS
(After 7 of 8 rounds)

1. Mel Pocock………………401
2. Elliott Banks-Browne…385
3. Neville Bradshaw………312
4. Steven Lenoir……………294
5. Bryan MacKenzie………286
6. Graeme Irwin…………….280
7. Nicolas Aubin…………….269
8. Stuart Edmonds…………204
9. Lewis Tombs……………..156
10. James Cottrell………….152

AMA WOMEN’S NATIONAL POINTS STANDINGS
(After 7 or 8 rounds)

1. Jessica Patterson….280
2. Ashley Fiolek………..275
3. Tarah Geiger…………270
4. Mariana Balbi……….209
5. Sarah Pettersson…..209
6. Jacqueline Strong….206
7. Kasie Creson………..174
8. Alexah Pearson…….149
9. Sade Allender……….148
10. Sarah Whitmore….120

FIM WOMEN’S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS STANDINGS
(After 7 or 8 rounds)

1. Chiara Fontanesi……….336
2. Natalie Kane……………..264
3. Britt van der Wekken….232
4. Justine Charroux……….202
5. Anne Borchers………….196
6. Francesca Nocera…….186
7. Marianne Veenstra……169
8. Virginia Germond……..153
9. Livia Lancelot…………..139
10. Joanna Miller………….119

TOMMY SEARLE TO RACE 450 CLASS FOR THE CLS KAWASAKI TEAM IN 2013

Tommy Searle.           Photo: Pascal Haudiquert

When Tommy Searle turned 23 earlier this year he knew his days in the 250 World Championships were limited?because of a rule that age limits riders in the 250 class to under 23. Searle would have gone on the open market, but the CLS Kawasaki team, which just happens to be who he rides the 250 class for this year, signed him to join them again as a 450 rider.


Tommy will move up to battle Cairoli, Desalle and Nagl in 2013. Photo: Pascal Haudiquert

Tommy Searle said, “I’m really happy to continue racing with Kawasaki; I spent a lot of my amateur career with them and we have been together again for two years. I really like the KX450F-SR and it was a big decision for me. I’ve been stressed during the last couple of days as it was an important decision in my career. I like the team, but for sure we need to continue to advance as the battle will be even tougher in the MX1 class but I trust everyone in the team and for sure we will get great results. I expect to be fighting for the win every weekend; it will be my first experience in the class but we’ll have all winter to work hard and be ready for the first GP.”

THIS WEEK’S BIRTHDAYS…ROGER ALREADY GOT HIS PRESENT LAST WEEK

Roger DeCoster.  

Aug. 27…Sheri Ridenour
Aug. 28…Jason McCune
Aug. 28…Roger DeCoster
Aug. 29…Tony Berluti
Aug. 29…Skip Norfolk
Aug. 29…Ty Wallace
Aug. 30…Phil Alderton
Aug. 30…Drake McElroy
Aug. 30…Eric Sorby
Aug. 30…Brian Garrahan
Aug. 31…Ezra Lusk
Aug. 31…Greg Schnell
Aug. 31…Denny Hartwig
Aug. 31…Ian Harrison

THE ARTISTIC SIDE OF THE BRITISH GP…THIS IS NOT A RACE REPORT, BUT AN ODE

WHO’S WHO AT THE 2012 MOTOCROSS DES NATIONS

Not every team has been announced yet and many that have been will see changes in their rosters before the September 30, 2012, event. Here is as close a list of teams as is possible at this point in time.

AMERICAN MXDN TEAM

   Ryan Dungey
   Blake Baggett
   Justin Barcia

AUSTRALIAN MXDN TEAM

   Lawson Bopping
   Luke Styke
   Todd Waters

BELGIAN MXDN TEAM

   Clement Desalle
   Ken De Dycker
   Jeremy Van Horebeek

BRITISH MXDN TEAM

   Jake Nicholls
   Tommy Searle
   Max Anstie

GERMAN MXDN TEAM

   Ken Roczen
   Max Nagl
   Marcus Schiffer

FINNISH MXDN TEAM

   Antti Pyrhonen
   Santtu Tiainen
   Teemu Lehtinen

IRISH MXDN TEAM

   Martin Barr
   Graeme Irwin
   Stuart Edmonds

ITALIAN MXDN TEAM

   Antonio Cairoli
   Alessandro Lupino
   David Guarneri

NEW ZEALAND MXDN TEAM

   Josh Coppins
   Cody Cooper
   Kayne Lamont

PUERTO RICAN MXDN TEAM

   Gino Aponte
   Zach Osborne
   Jimmy Albertson

SWEDISH MXDN TEAM

   Kim Lindstrom
   Kalle Olsson
   Filip Bengtsson

SWISS MXDN TEAM

   Arnaud Tonus
   Jeremy Seewer
   Valentin Guillod

KEEPING TRACK OF TRAVIS PASTRANA…AT THE TRACK & WITH ROLAND SANDS

USED IT, ABUSED IT, TESTED IT: ACERBIS KTM X-SEAT

For all practical purposes, the X-Seat is a one-piece unit. Think of the X-Seat as a Milky Way candy bar: a thick outer skin filled with dense closed-cell foam. While not bulletproof, the X-Seat withstood the rigors of MXA‘s knee brace-wearing test riders without any ill effects. Over time, the exoskeleton suffered some scratches, but no tears. In fact, we punched a hole in it to see what would happen. Nothing happened. The hole did not spread, tear or even show up. The X-Seat is 10 times stronger on the surface than a conventional seat.

VERDICT: Depending on your brand of pants and how tight you wear them, the X-Seat’s ripples could pull your pants down when you are sliding fore and aft into corners. Every MXA test rider latched his pants a little tighter when using the X-Seat. It is also on the firm side. KTM owners normally complain about how soft the stock seat gets, so if they switch to the X-Seat they’ll never have that particular complaint. It is not soft. We had issues with X-Seats that used outboard mounting brackets, which doesn’t apply to the KTM. $199.95?www.acerbis.com or (800) 659-1440.

WHAT THE PIKE’S PEAK HILLCLIMB LOOKS LIKE NOW THAT IT’S PAVED TO THE TOP… THE ACTION GETS INTENSE AFTER THE 6:00 MARK

WHAT HAPPENS OF YOU MISS A TURN AT PIKE’S PEAK

AS IF THAILAND WASN’T ENOUGH, GIUSEPPE LUONGO WANTS THE GP’S TO GO TO INDIA IN 2014

They could build a track out back.

When you think about it, if you are going to hold a round of the World Motocross Championship in Thailand, you might as well stay around an extra week and race in India. If you extend this logic even further, it’s not that far in kilometers to hold a Grand Prix of Afghanistan. Don’t laugh. Youthstream’s Giuseppe Luongo announced at last week’s British GP that he is signing a deal to host a round of the MXGP series in Boa, India, in 2014. We are taking bets on Iran for 2015.

ZACH BELL HOLESHOT THE FIRST AMA NATIONAL HE EVER RACED, BUT WON’T GET TO RACE ANOTHER ONE UNTIL 2013…BELL OUT OF ACTION
Zach Bell raced his first-ever AMA 250 National at Southwick and pulled a holeshot the first time out of the gate, but then he crashed. Then, a week later at Unadilla he holeshot the first moto and again crashed. The injuries he suffered to his T3 and T4 vertebrae are bad enough to require Zach to wear a back brace and miss the remainder of the AMA Nationals series. Doctors expect a full recovery for Bell, who will use a back brace for 8-12 weeks. No surgery will be required. See Zach’s Pro debut below:

ONE TO GO! WOMEN’S MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND-UP

Chiara Fontanesi.               
Photo: Youthstream

In Europe, Chiara Fontanesi has already wrapped up the FIM WMX title with one round to go (Germany), while in the USA Jessica Patterson has a 5-point lead over Ashley Fiolek, who has a 5-point lead on Tarah Geiger with one round left (Lake Elsinore).


Ashley Fiolek.                          Photo: Honda

AMA WOMEN’S NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS STANDINGS
(After 7 or 8 rounds)

1. Jessica Patterson….280
2. Ashley Fiolek………..275
3. Tarah Geiger…………270
4. Mariana Balbi……….209
5. Sarah Pettersson…..209
6. Jacqueline Strong….206
7. Kasie Creson………..174
8. Alexah Pearson…….149
9. Sade Allender……….148
10. Sarah Whitmore….120

FIM WOMEN’S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPPOINTS STANDINGS
(After 7 or 8 rounds)

1. Chiara Fontanesi……….336
2. Natalie Kane……………..264
3. Britt van der Wekken….232
4. Justine Charroux……….202
5. Anne Borchers………….196
6. Francesca Nocera…….186
7. Marianne Veenstra……169
8. Virginia Germond……..153
9. Livia Lancelot…………..139
10. Joanna Miller………….119

MXA PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: TIM TALKS ABOUT THE GYTR BRAKING BATFLY OVERSIZE ROTOR

“The GYTR Braking Batfly is a 270mm front rotor sold in every Yamaha dealership. It has that extra bit of power, so when you go into a corner hot, you can still make the corner. When you are tired, it requires less force at the lever. You can use just one finger and still stop quickly,” said Yamaha’s Tim Olson.$356.40?www.yamaha-motor.com or (800) 962-7926.

WHIP ANTENNA ALERT! DUNES RIDING WITH JEFF EMIG, JOSH HANSEN & JOSH HILL AT REEDSPORT, OREGON

CANADIAN FINAL STANDINGS: MATT GOERKE & TEDDY MAIER WIN CANADIAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Goerke and Maier celebrate with the Leading Edge Kawasaki team. Photo: Leading Edge

450 FINAL STANDINGS
1. Matt Goerke……………442
2. Bobby Kiniry……………375
3. Dusty Klatt……………..316
4. Gavin Gracyk…………..252
5. Tyler Villopoto………….230
6. Morgan Burger…………207
7. Tyler Medaglia…………182
8. Jason Burke…………..181
9. Colton Facciotti……….175
10. Shawn Maffenbeier…155
11. Joshua Clark………..139
12. Tim Tremblay……….114
13. Liam O’Farrell……….86
14. Jared Stock………….77
15. Brock Hoyer…………76
16. Ryan Lockhart………59
17. Jaromir Romancik….58
18. Davey Fraser………..56
19. Kyle Keast…………..54
20. Shawn Robinson……48


Matt Goerke’s 450 Championship Cup didn’t make it through the victory celebration unscathed.

250 FINAL STANDINGS
1. Teddy Maier…………406
2. Jeremy Medaglia…..386
3. Topher Ingalls……..263
4. Jared Allison……….261
5. Brad Nauditt……….230
6. Kaven Benoit………227
7. Parker Allison……..219
8. Spencer Knowles…201
9. Richard Grey………196
10. Dylan Kaelin…….180
11. Kyle Beaton……..168
12. Ross Johnson……101
13. Nathan Bles……..99
14. Zach Deiana……..83
15. Keylan Meston…..80
16. Jerry Lorenz……..66
17. Eric Jeffery……….59
18. James Roberts…..51
19. Jared Petruska…..47
20. Trae Franklin……..44

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WHAT’S LEFT OF THE 2012 SEASON…AND WHAT TO EXPECT IN 2013

AMA 250/450 NATIONAL MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
September 1      Steel City                Pennsylvania
September 8      Lake Elsinore          California

AMA ENDUROCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
September 15       Citizens Bank Arena               Ontario, CA
October 6              National Western Complex     Denver, CO
October 20            Comcast Arena                       Everett, WA
October 27             Idaho Center                          Boise, ID
November 17         Orleans Arena                        Las Vegas, NV
 
FIM MX1/MX2 WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP     
September 2         Lierop                      Netherlands
September 9         Faenza                     Italy
September 23       Teutschenthal          Germany        
 
FIM MX3 WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
September  23       Teutschenthal             Germany

MAXXIS BRITISH MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
October 7                    Little Silver, Exeter

RED BULL PRO NATIONALS
September 22-23      Culham Park, Oxfordshire

2012 GLEN HELEN 24 HOUR ENDURANCE RACE
September 1-2…………………….Glen Helen, CA

2012 MOTOCROSS DES NATIONS
September 30 ……………………Lommel, Belgium

MONSTER ENERGY CUP
October 20………………………….Las Vegas

REM OCTOBERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
October 27………………………….Glen Helen, CA

MTA WORLD VET CHAMPIONSHIP
Nov. 3-4………………………………Glen Helen, CA

2012 PARIS SUPERCROSS
November 9-11……………………Paris, France

AUSTRALIAN SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
October 13             Dubbo, NSW
October 27-28        Phillip Island, VIC
November 10        Toowoomba, QSL
November 17        Newcastle, NSW
     
2013 AMA SUPERCROSS SCHEDULE
Date                 Venue                              City

January 5……..Angel Stadium……………..Anaheim, CA
January 12…….Chase Field…………………Phoenix, AZ
January 19…….Dodger Stadium…………..Los Angeles, CA
January 26…….Oakland Coliseum……….Oakland, CA
February 2…….Angel Stadium…………….Anaheim, CA
February 9…….Qualcomm Stadium……..San Diego, CA
February 16…..Cowboys Stadium………..Arlington, TX
February 23…..Georgia Dome……………..Atlanta, GA
March 2…………Edward Jones Dome……St. Louis, MO
March 9………..Daytona Speedway……….Daytona, FL
March 16………Lucas Oil Stadium…………Indianapolis, IN
March 23………Rogers Centre……………..Toronto, Can
April 6………….Reliant Stadium……………..Houston, TX
April 13………..Metrodome……………………Minneapolis, MN
April 20………..CenturyLink Field…………..Seattle, WA
April 27………..Rice-Eccles Stadium………Salt Lake City, UT
May 4………….Sam Boyd Stadium…………Las Vegas, NV

2013 WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE
Date           Venue                  Country

March 10…Si Racaha………….Thailand
March 17…TBA………………….TBA
April 1…Valkenswaard…………Netherlands
April 14…TBA……………………TBA
May 12…Guadlajara…………..Mexico
May 19…Beto Carrero………..Brazil
June 2…Ernee…………………..France
June 9…Maggiora………………Italy
June 23…TBA……………………Germany
June 30…Uddevalla……………Sweden
July 14…Kegums………………..Latvia
July 21…Semigorje……………..Russia
August 4…TBA…………………..Czech Republic
August 11…TBA…………………Belgium
August 25…Matterley Basin…Great Britain
Sept. 8…TBA………………………Portugal
Sept. 15…St. Jean d’ Angely…France

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