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MOTOCROSS ACTION’S MID-WEEK REPORT: (02/23/12)

By John Minert COLE SEELY GETS THE GIG AT TEAM HONDA Cole Seely will replace Trey Canard at Team Honda. To find out who will repalce Chad Reed?read below. Press release: Team Honda Muscle Milk announces today that current Troy Lee Designs/Lucas Oil/Honda Supercross Lites rider Cole Seely will fill in for injured Team Honda Muscle Milk rider Trey Canard at select Supercross races beginning with the coming Atlanta round next weekend. Seely started the 2012 Lites West title chase with a bang, scoring a win…

GRAND PRIX MOTOCROSS SHOCKER: RUSSKIE WINS GERMAN 450 GRAND PRIX

Evgeny Bobryshev follows in the footsteps of Guennady Moisseev. Bobryshev is the first Russian to win an GP since Vladimir Kavinov in 1980. Russian Evgeny Bobryshev, who lives in England, swept both motos of the German 450 GP. With each passing week the big Russian has been improving, scoring podium spots and, in the up-and-down world of 450 GP results, on the verge of winning. Last week in Sweden, Bobryshev was second overall (he also scored podiums at Glen Helen and Portugal). Bobryshev left no doubt …

BELFAST SUPERCROSS WON BY RUSSIAN: NOT AN AMERICAN IN SIGHT

Without a single American rider in attendance, the Belfast Supercross proved that Yank ringers aren?t required for European Supercross races to draw a crowd and have good racing. There were three main events at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast: (1) 450 International. (2) 250 Pro. (3) All-British Championship. Best of all there were three different winners?including one from Ireland. ALL BRITISH: Ireland’s Martin Barr won the All British Open class on a Suzuki. Barr who raced Honda’s in 2010 has a KTM contra…

FINAL ROUND OF BRITISH NATIONAL MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP RAINED OUT: SHADES OF TROY, OHIO

Press release from Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship: Despite major efforts by the organisers to get the event on, the British weather finally won the day at Hawkstone Park today after over 25mm of rain fell during the morning and the event was eventually called off at 12 noon. This means that Evgeny Bobreshev (CAS Honda), Zach Osborne (Bike It Cosworth Yamaha) and Terry House (Dextra Crescent Suzuki) are the 2010 champions, as the event will not be rerun. At 8 a.m. this morning the decision was…