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AUSSIE MOTOCROSS NEWS: MORE INJURIES AND MORE FILL-IN RIDES

Kade Mosig during last year’s OZ Supercross series. KADE MOSIG: Kade Mosig will miss the remainder of the Australian National series to rehab his injured knee, He hopes that if he takes time off he will be able to race the Australian Supercross series which starts in September DYLAN PETERSON: 31-year-old Dylan Peterson will fill-in for Kade Mosig at the Zero Seven Motorsports team for the final three rounds of the 2013 Nationals. PETER BOYLE: Carlton Dry Honda has signed offroad racer Peter Boyle to fil…

CANADIAN NATIONAL MOTOCROSS SERIES: BRETCALFE AND POLITELLI WIN AT RIVERGLADE

450 RIVERGLADE RESULTS 1. Brett Metcalfe (Kaw)………..3-1    2. Bobby Kiniry (Yam)…………1-4 3. Tyler Medaglia (KTM)………4-2 4. Jeremy Medaglia (Yam)…..6-3       5. Teddy Maier (Kaw)………….5-5 6. Liam O?Farrell (KTM)……….7-6 7. Kyle Keast (Yam)…………….8-9 8. Morgan Burger (Yam)………12-8 9. Cole Thompson (KTM)…….2-DNF   10. Ryan Millar (Hon)…………..14-7   250 RIVERGLADE RESULTS 1. Austin Politelli (Kaw)…………..

CANADIAN NATIONAL MOTOCROSS RESULTS: BRETCALFE LOSES, BUT GAINS POINTS – WHILE POLITELLI’S 250 LEAD IS CUT TO 5 POINTS WITH TWO RACES LEFT

CANADIAN 450 NATIONAL RESULTS: DESCHAMBAULT, QUEBEC 1. Jeremy Medaglia…..1-2 2. Brett Metcalfe………..3-1 3. Teddy Maier………….2-3 4. Cole Thompson…….4-4 5. Bobby Kiniry…………..6-5 6. Dusty Klatt…………….5-7 7. Kyle Keast…………….7-6 8. Gavin Gracyk…………8-9 9. Liam O?Farrell……….10-8 10. Seth Rarick…………11-10 CANADIAN 250 NATIONAL RESULTS: DESCHAMBAULT, QUEBEC 1. Joshua Clark……………….2-2 2. Tyler Villopoto……………..1-7 3. Blake Savag…

AUSSIE MOTOCROSS NEWS WIRE: THE LOW DOWN FROM DOWN UNDER… AND UP NORTH

Brett Metcalfe. Brett Metcalfe , who is racing the Canadian 450 Nationals this year, was penalized 10 places for jumping on the red cross flag at the Sand Del Lee National this Sunday. Brett had his 2-1 score changed to 12-2?which moved him from first to third overall. No sweat ? Brett has a 60 point lead.   Jackson Richardson , who has been racing the AMA series, will go home to fill-in for Josh Cachia at Carlton Dry Honda for the remainder of the Australian National series. Josh decided to have s…

MXA’S WEEKEND NEWS ROUND-UP: …ALL OF THEM TRUE

Tanel. Swap: When Shaun Simpson left the TM team in the middle of the GP season (see below), TM was left without a rider. TM took a bike without numbers on it to Sweden and…surprise! Tanel Leok, who has been racing for a Briti sh team in the Maxxis series, showed up to race it. The r amifications of Leok leaving his Briti sh team in the lurch are not fully known, but the Simpson/Leok swap is the talk of the GP pits. Tanel Leok went 14-12 in Sweden. John Dowd. National news: John Dowd made the ?Washing…

REM GLEN HELEN MOTOCROSS RACE REPORT: THEY’RE BACK! WILSON, PRESTON, METCALFE & NOREN GO AT IT AGAIN

Photos by Mark Chilson Dean Wilson on his Pro Circuit KX450F. Glen Helen is big, long, steep, rough and rutted, which is why AMA National riders come to the famous AMA National and Grand Prix track. If they just wanted to spin laps and jump jumps, they have a plethora of other SoCal tracks to choose from, but Glen Helen is the SoCal track that most replicates what a National track is actually like. So, the riders show up because they are looking forward to taking a beating. Plus, in the month leading up…

REM GLEN HELEN MOTOCROSS RACE REPORT: DEAN WILSON, TRAVIS PRESTON, BRETT METCALFE & MATT BISCEGLIA ENGAGE IN WAR

Photos by Mark Chilson The Pro race first turn saw Dean Wilson (15), Travis Preston (11), Tony Amaradio (130), Luke Reardon (110), Charles Castloo (424), Broc Shoemaker (448) and Brandon Brady (205) jockey for position. Dean Wilson came to REM to prove something. Travis Preston came to REM to prove something. Brett Metcalfe came to REM to prove something. Eeli Takatalo came to REM to prove something. Matt Bisceglia came to REM to prove something. Thankfully, they weren?t all there to prove the same thin…

SALT LAKE SUPERCROSS RESULTS: WHERE HAVE ALL THE RIDERS GONE? PLUS TOMAC SEALS THE DEAL & DUNGEY WINS AGAIN FOR KTM

Ryan Dungey took his third win of the season…and KTM’s third-ever 450 Supercross victory. Photo: Hoppenworld In the 450 class, KTM’s Ryan Dungey won his third AMA Supercross of 2012 in Salt Lake City’s Rice-Eccles Stadium. Meanwhile in ther 250 West, Geico Honda’s Eli Tomac clinched the first-ever Championship by winning his fourth main event of the season. In the 450 main Davi Millsaps took his fourth holeshot of the season, moving him ahead of everyone in that category. Dungey was close on the start…