MXA WEEKEND NEWS ROUND-UP: RACE PHOTOS GALORE & THE PEOPLE YOU MEET AT THE RACES

GLEN HELEN PHOTOS YOU MIGHT LIKE?

It’s not Glen Helen without the requisite photo of the Talladega first turn. Although it is the longest and fastest first turn on the National circuit, it has a history that proves it is the safest—even though it is a right-hand turn. Photo: Debbi Tamietti (Click on images to enlarge)

It’s not a collection of cool photos without at least one black and white photo, shot with a slow shutter speed to capture a speed blur. This is Eli Tomac flat-out, laid-over and flying low. Photo: Jon Ortner

Justin Barcia proves that you can scrub even if your foot has no place to go. Photo: Kyoshi Becker

Alex Ray was scary fast—well, more scary than fast, but enough of both to make the top 20. Most riders are scared of Glen Helen, but in Ray’s case the spectators were scared for him. To say he was loose would be an understatement. Photo: Kyoshi Becker

“I don’t like this berm anymore. I think I’ll change lines right now.” Aaron Plessinger muscles his errant YZ250F onto another line. Photo: Kyoshi Becker

At day’s end Eli Tomac stood on the podium—with Mt. Saint Helen in the background. Photo: Jon Ortner

Aaron Plessinger and Alex Martin make personal contact with the fans. The sport needs more of this. Photo: Debbi Tamietti

There are holeshots that you squeak out in the last five feet and there are holeshots where no one will ever catch you. Jason Anderson demonstrates the second kind. Photo: Debbi Tamietti

R.J. Hampshire (36) and Sean Cantrell (43) commit themselves to this downhill off-camber turn. Photo: Debbi Tamietti

Marvin gives new meaning to moving forward on his bike. Photo: Debbi Tamietti

Jeremy Martin wishes that he was farther forward. Photo: Debbi Tamietti

Kyle Chisholm (11) and Justin Barcia (51) drag race out of the tight corner at the bottom of Mt. Saint Helen. Photo: Debbi Tamietti

Jason Anderson with dark clouds behind him and bright sun in front. Photo: Debbi Tamietti

Glen Helen trucked in a couple hundred truckloads of dirt to bring the Mt. Saint Helen downhill back to its original height and steepness. Compare it to the photo below. Photo: Mark Chilson

This is how far down below its edges that the downhill was before this weekend. Photo: Debbi Tamietti

DEBBI TAMIETTI’S HEARTFELT PRODUCT ENDORSEMENT

From those wonderful people who found Debbi’s phone, comes really cool bolt kits for motocross bikes.

At the Glen Helen National Motocross on Saturday, ace photographer Debbi Tamietti was busy climbing giant hills and covering as much ground as possible when he realized that somewhere along her journey, she had misplaced her cell phone, credit cards and driver’s license. She started retracing her steps and going back to every place she had been in the pits, vendor pavilion or on the track.. And believed that it was lost for good. She remember one last place she had been and walked over there to take on last look. When she walked up, a nice family said, “Are you Debbi?” They had found Debbi’s phone and associated stuff. Amazingly, they stayed in the exact spot where they found it waiting to see if someone would come back looking for it. They could tell that Debbi was the one from her Driver’s License photo.

Debbi said, “They waited for me, hoping I would come back. It turned out that they owned a company company called “Bolt”—which sells bolt kits.  I went to their booth with them to shoot some photos and they gave me a hat and a bolt kit for my husband Val. (I’ve never seen Val get so excited about anything as he did about that bolt kit). I tried to buy T-shirts to pay them for helping me, but they insisted that I didn’t owe them anything and gave me the stuff!.” 

Val Tamietti with his free Yamaha YZ250 bolt kit. You may recognize the name Val Tamietti as more than the husband of Debbi Tamietti (although we highly doubt it). Val was a famous SoCal racer in the 1980s and was the number One CMC rider at Saddleback and Carlsbad Raceways on a Maico. Last year, Val was REM Glen Helen Number One rider for the 40-race 2017 season.

Oh yeah, Debbi ask if MXA could put a plug in for these wonderful people and their company. Please go to www.boltmx.com to see their full product line. Buy something from them, so that Debbi will feel better.

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THIS WEEK’S BIRTHDAY BOYS: LET’S ALL REMEMBER THE KNOX BOX ON JUNE 4

May 31…Gary Semics 1954
May 31…Rick Burgett
May 31…Graeme Irwin 1991

Dylan FerrandisMay 31…Dylan Ferrandis 1994
June 1…Tanel Leok 1985
June 1…Matt Biscelgia 1995

STEVEWISEHANGTOWNJune 2…Steve Wise 1957
June 2…Ray Sommo 1968

knoxbox2June 4…Dewitt Knox III 1954
June 5…John Knowles
June 5…Paul Delaurier
June 6…Tony Gardea

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June 6…George Holland
June 6…Terry Baisley
June 6…Manuel Monni 1984
June 6…A. J. Cantazaro 1993

June 6…Ken DeDycker 1985
June 7…Ricky Ryan
June 8…Manuel Priem 1981
June 9…Brad Hagseth

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June 9…Antonio Balbi 1981

ONE LAP AROUND THE GLEN HELEN NATIONAL INFIELD WITH JON ORTNER

Brett Helm (left) and Bill Keefe (right) are the engines behind the Troy Lee Designs locomotive. They work on all phases of Troy’s gear and helmet line.

Every AMA National has lot of important, cool, famous, infamous and crazy people in attendance, but no where can you find so many by simply walking around the track as at Glen Helen. Every few feet you run into someone you haven’t seen in years, a friend from the good old days or a guy you never thought you would ever meet in person. Take a walk around the Glen Helen infield with former AMA Pro Jon Ortner as he snaps pic of the people he met

Flyin’ Mike Brown (left) and the Stingray (right) share a private moment. Mike Brown was a powerful force in minicycle racing back in the formative days, while Michael Ray Craig is a former Yamaha factory rider and AMA Supercross winner.

Gabriele Mazzarolo owns Alpinestars and has been around the motocross world since his father literally invented the motocross boot. Gabriele has taken his father’s vision and expanded it way beyond dad’s dream.

Danny LaPorte is always smiling. The former AMA National Champion and 250 World Champion, started on a Hodaka and has been racing ever since. He has worked at FMF for two decades.

Andy Jefferson (left) and Radical Ron Turner were once competitors. Andy was the first black racer to ever make an AMA Supercross main event. Today, he works at Husqvarna, the brand he raced for when he was on the Pro Circuit Husqvarna team. Ron Turner holds the record for the most Pro wins in SoCal history —a record that can never be beaten because Ron would win on the 125 Pro, 250 Pro and 500 Pro classes on the same day—and do it as many as four days and nights a week.

Jeff Jetton and his daughter Joy are having a good time at Glen Helen. Joy is Shane McElrath’s wife.

Bon Rathkamp worked for O’Neal back in the formative days, moved to AXO with the late Jim Hale, spun off the Sinisalo brand and is now the Gaerne boot distributor for the USA.

The Dubach clan—Rylee, Averee and Carter. Carter is working on following in dad’s footsteps in the next few years, which would mean winning an AMA Supercross, riding for Team Yamaha and being a 26-time World Vet Champion. Okay, that’s probably a little too much for a kid to worry about.

John Perry and his brother Jimmy are long-time fixtures on the SoCal scene. Jimmy was Pro who had a few bad crashes (did we say a  few?) before helping run Mitch Payton’s Pro Circuit team. Then, he moved over to direct the Factory Yamaha motocross effort. John, who now lives in Durango, owned Pro-Trac Traiiers, worked for MX Sports and was at Glen Helen to organize the Glen Helen 250 Two-Stroke Challenge race. The two brothers camped out at Glen Helen…and didn’t fight with each other about who slept where in the trailer.

Sean Lipanovich retired from the AMA Nationals two years ago to start a motocross training camp and school, but missed the thrill of the big time and came back this year. Earlier this winter he returned to Guam to help promote the motocross scene that he grew up in. Nice guy.

Sean Lipanovich’s pit crew in their matching team uniforms (which appears to be jeans and whatever T-shirt was on the top of the pile). ESR’s Ron Shuler (left) handles the suspension, while Tyler Nichols and Luther French make fun of him while he works.

Bob Weber is the man behind 6D Helmets. No matter how you analyze it, Bob’s creative helmet design brought about a dramatic change in helmet safety and forced every brand to step up their game.

Always dapper Chuck Sun, 1980 AMA 500 National Champion and two-time MXDN team rider, came down from his truffle farm to see the action at Glen Helen.

Former AMA National rider and NESC Champion Austin Squires (left) and long-time tire expert Doug Schopinsky manned the Pirelli booth.

Uncle Donny seemed to enjoy the morning showers.

Justin Muscutt is Alpinestars’ race rep, which means he takes care of the Pro rider’s boot, gear and neck brace needs. As a reward for doing a good job, Alpinestars let him leave his job to race the Glen Helen 250 Two-Stroke Challenge race, where he finished 7th before getting back to work.

Without a doubt the hardest working person at Glen Helen was photographer Debbi Tamietti. She headed out to the track for practice and never came back until the final moto was over. She walked for over ten miles during the race.

This motley crew somehow got into the track when the guards were looking the other way. (From left to right) Suzuki’s Kevin Foley, Husqvarna’s Andy Jefferson, Glen Helen’s John Perry, KTM’s Tom Moen, Dirt Bike’s Pete Murray and REM’s Marc Crosby.

Glen Helen track owner Bud Feldkamp and Troy Lee are close friends. They collaborated on building the Glen Helen Museum and, over the years, Troy has painted many of the Glen Helen’s National race posters.

Louie Franco (left) and Mike Beier are blasts from the past. Louie was an AMA Pro, who moved to Italy to race and had a successful career in Europe for a decade. Mike Beier was an AMA Pro who had his greatest success in European beach races and as the Hardcross Indoor Champion back in the 1980s.

Roger DeCoster and Gene Boere pose for a photo that looks like Roger is shaking hands with Gene because he signed him to replace Broc Tickle on the team—that’s only in Gene’s dreams.

THE FEEL GOOD STORIES FROM GLEN HELEN

When Ken Roczen grabbed the lead in the first moto at Glen Helen and led for 20-minutes, it was one of the most remarkable turn-arounds in motocross history. Photo: Mark Chilson

After demolishing his left arm in the 2017 Supercross series and doing the same thing to his right hand in the 2018 Supercross series, no one expected Ken Roczen to do anything in the 2018 AMA 450 Nationals. They were wrong. Is it unrealistic to expect him to win sometime this season?

Justin Barcia is man reborn. Photo: Mark Chilson

After a few seasons on the skids, and without a ride for the 2018 season, Justin Barcia got an unexpected fill-in ride at Team Yamaha. He didn’t squander it. Having seen the other side of motocross stardom, Justin wants to make the most of his second chance. We wish every rider who thinks he’s hot stuff could sit down and talk to Justin Barcia for a few minutes.

Do you remember Chris Alledrege? Probably not. Photo: Debbi Tamietti

Chris had a short-lived stint on the Pro Circuit team, but they weren’t happy with his work ethic or results and dropped him. After sitting at home after a terrible Supercross crash, where he was landed on by another rider, Chris came back in a unique way this year. Chris raced a basically stock KTM 250SX two-stroke in the 450 class and actually scored points and would have had more if he hadn’t gotten a flat tire in moto two (he styled for awhile in the top ten).

IGNORE WHAT YOU’VE HEARD! REM IS RACING THIS SATURDAY AT GLEN HELEN

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2018 GREAT PLAINS VINTAGE MOTOCROSS: JUNE 3 AT WESTFAIR

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SOCAL VINTAGE MX CLASSIC AT GLEN HELEN ON JUNE 16

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AMA VINTAGE MOTORCYCLE DAYS ON JULY 6-8 AT THE MID-OHIO SPORTS CAR TRACK


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2018 RED BULL ROMANIACS ON JULY 24-28 IN SIBIU, ROMANIA

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CLASSIC MOTOCROSS ADS: 1977 FLYING MACHINE FACTORY RACERS

Much like the modern KTM Factory Editions or 2019 CRF450 Works Edition, you could buy full-race, highly modified, FMF race bikes back in 1977. You had two choices, a Suzuki RM125 or a Honda CR125.

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2018 AMA 250/450 NATIONAL WINNERS AT A GLANCE — AFTER 2 OF 12 ROUNDS

The back portion of the Glen Helen racetrack. Photo: Mark Chilson

Date           Venue                            450                         250
May 19……Hangtown, CA…………Eli Tomac………..Zach Osborne
May 26……Glen Helen, CA……….Eli Tomac…………Aaron Plessinger
June 2…….Thunder Valley, CO
June 16…..Mt Morris, PA
June 23.…Muddy Creek, TN
June 30.…Southwick, MA
July 7..…..Red Bud, MI
July 21.….Millville, MN​
July 28……Washougal, WA
Aug. 11…..Unadilla, NY​
Aug. 18…..Budds Creek, MD​
Aug. 25…..Crawfordsville, IN
450 Points leader…Eli Tomac (Kaw)
250 points leader…Aaron Plessinger/Zach Osborne (tie)

2018 GRAND PRIX WINNERS AT A GLANCE — AFTER 8 OF 20 ROUNDS

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Date           Venue                         450                           250
Mar. 4……..Argentina…………..Jeffrey Herlings……….Pauls Jonass
Mar. 18……Holland #1………….Jeffrey Herlings……….Pauls Jonass
Mar. 25……Spain………………….Tony Cairoli…………….Pauls Jonass
Apr. 8………Italy #1………………Jeffrey Herlings……….Jorge Prado
Apr. 15…….Portugal…………….Jeffrey Herlings……….Jorge Prado
May 1………Russia……………….Clement Desalle……….Pauls Jonass
May 13…….Latvia………………..Jeffrey Herlings……….Thomas Kjer Olsen
May 20…….Germany……………Jeffrey Herlings……….Jorge Prado
June 3………England
June 10…….France
June 17…….Italy #2
July 1……….Indonesia #1
July 8……….Indonesia #2
July 22……..Czech Republic
Aug. 5………Belgium
Aug. 12…….Sweden (canceled)
Aug. 19…….Switzerland
Aug. 26…….Bulgaria
Sept. 2…….Turkey
Sept. 16……Holland #2
Sept. 30……Italy #3
450 Points leader…Jeffrey Herlings (KTM)
250 points leader…Pauls Jonass (KTM)

HOW TO WATCH THE THUNDER VALLEY NATIONAL ON TV

You can watch the Qualifiers on the NBC Sports Gold app. You can watch the first motos on the MavTV channel or NBC Gold app. You can watch the second motos on the app or on NBC Sports Network (at 3:00 p.m. Pacific or 6:00 p.m. Eastern). Or you could rebuild the engine on your Toyota Versa in half the time.

SAVE THE DATE! AMA NATIONALS, MXGP & MUCH MORE

Glen Helen is big, rough, long, fast and steep. What else can you asked for at one track? Be there on May 26.

2018 AMA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
May 19……………………Hangtown, CA
May 26.…………………..Glen Helen, CA
June 2..………………….Thunder Valley, CO
June 16..…………………Mt Morris, PA
June 23.………………….Muddy Creek, TN
June 30.………………….Southwick, MA
July 7..……………………​Red Bud, MI
July 21.…………………..Millville, MN​
July 28.…………………..Washougal, WA
Aug. 11..………………….Unadilla, NY​
Aug. 18..………………….Budds Creek, MD​
Aug. 25.…………………..Crawfordsville, IN

2018 125 TWO-STROKE ALL-STAR SERIES
May 19……………………….Hangtown, CA
June 2………………………..Thunder Valley, CO
June 16………………………Mt Morris, PA
June 30………………………Southwick, MA
July 28……………………….Washougal, WA.
Aug. 18………………………Budds Creek, MD
Aug. 25………………………Crawfordsville, IN (Finals)

2018 GLEN HELEN NATIONAL 250/OPEN TWO-STROKE INVITATIONAL
May 26.…………………..Glen Helen, CA

2018 FIM MOTOCROSS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
Mar. 4……………………..Argentina
Mar. 18…………………….Holland 1
Mar. 25…………………….Spain
Apr. 8……………………….Italy 1
Apr. 15……………………..Portugal
May 1……………………….Russia
May 13……………………..Latvia
May 20…………………….Germany
June 3………………………England
June 10…………………….France
June 17…………………….Italy 2
July 1……………………….Indonesia 1
July 8……………………….Indonesia 2
July 22……………………..Czech Republic
Aug. 5………………………Belgium
Aug. 12……………………..Sweden (Canceled)
Aug. 19……………………..Switzerland
Aug. 26……………………..Bulgaria
Sept. 2……………………….Turkey
Sept. 16………………………Holland 2
Sept. 30………………………Italy 3

2018 MOTOCROSS DES NATIONS
Oct. 7………………………Red Bud, MI

2018 REM GLEN HELEN CHAMPIONSHIP
Jan. 13……………………Glen Helen, CA
Jan. 20……………………Glen Helen, CA
Jan. 27……………………Glen Helen, CA
Feb. 3……………………..Glen Helen, CA
Feb. 10…………………….Glen Helen, CA
Feb. 17…………………….Glen Helen, CA
Feb. 24…………………….Glen Helen, CA
Mar. 10…………………….Glen Helen, CA
Mar. 24…………………….Glen Helen, CA
April 7………………….…Spring Series #1
April 14…………………..20th Anniversary #2
April 28…………………..Spring Series #3
May 5…………………….Spring Series #4 (National track)
May 12……………………Spring Series #5
May 19……………………Spring Series #6
June 2…………………….Glen Helen, CA
June 16…………………..Glen Helen, CA
June 30…………………..Glen Helen, CA
July 14……………………Summer Series #1
July 21……………………Summer Series #2
July 28……………………Summer Series #3
Aug. 11……………………Summer Series #4
Aug. 25………..………….Summer Series #5
Sept. 1……………………Summer Series #6
Sept. 1…………………….Glen Helen, CA
Oct. 6……………………..Glen Helen, CA
Oct. 20……………………Glen Helen, CA
Oct. 27……………………Glen Helen, CA (National track)
Nov. 17……………………Glen Helen, CA
Dec. 1……………………..Glen Helen, CA
Dec. 15……………………Glen Helen, CA
Dec. 22……………………Glen Helen, CA
Dec. 29…………..………Glen Helen, CA

2018 WORLD OFFROAD CHAMPIONSHIP (WORCS)
Feb. 2-4…………………..……Las Vegas, NV
Feb. 23-25……………….…..Phoenix, AZ
Mar. 23-24……………….…..Lake Havasu, AZ
Apr. 20-22……………….…..Hurricane, UT
May 25-27……………………Cedar City, UT
Sept. 14-16……………………Glen Helen, CA
Oct. 19-21………………….…Adelanto, CA
Nov. 9-11……………………..Primm, NV

2018 AMA SUPERMOTO CHAMPIONSHIP
April 14………………………….Boise, ID
May 13………………………….Tucson, AZ
June 8…………………………..Austin, TX
June 9…………………………..Austin, TX
Aug. 3-5………………………..Quebec, CN
Sept. 8………………………….Sturgis, SD

2018 OLD SCHOOL SCRAMBLES CHAMPIONSHIP
Feb. 11………………………Glen Helen, CA (canceled)
Mar. 24-25………………….Glen Helen, CA
June 17……………………..Glen Helen, CA
Aug. 19………………….…..Glen Helen, CA
Dec. 9………………………..Glen Helen, CA

2018 ENDUROCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
Aug. 25………………………….Prescott, AZ
Sept. 15…………………………Costa Mesa, CA
Sept. 22…………………………Reno, NV
Oct. 20…………………………..Denver, CO
Oct. 27…………………………..Everett, WA
Nov. 3……………………………Boise, ID

2018 MAXXIS BRITISH NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
Mar.11…………………………..Lyng, England (canceled)
Apr. 1……………………………Culham, England
Apr. 22………………………….Canada Heights, England
May 6…………………………..Blaxhall, England
June 24………………………..Desertmartin, Ireland
July 29………………………….Duns, England
Aug. 12…………………………Hawkstone, England
Sept. 23………………………..TBA, England

2018 MICHELIN BRITISH NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
April 8………………….…….Lyng, England
May 20……………..………Preston Docks, England
May 27…………….……….Hawkstone Park, England
July 1………….…..………..Sherwood, England
July 15………….…..………Canada Heights, England
Sept. 2…………….…..……Crookwood, England

2018 DUTCH MASTERS CHAMPIONSHIP
Mar.11…………………………..Markelo, Holland
Apr. 2……………………………Oldebrook, Holland
May 6…………………………..Mill, Holland
July 14-16…………………….Lichtenvoorde, Holland

2018 GERMAN ADAC MASTERS CHAMPIONSHIP
Apr. 22………………………….Drehna, Germany
May 27………………………….Molln, Germany
June 24…………………………Bielstein, Germany
May 6……………………………Blaxhall, Germany
July 15………………………….Moggers, Germany
July 29………………………….Tensfeld, Germany
Aug. 26…………………………Teutschthal, Germany
Sept. 9…………………………..Gaildorf, Germany

2018 LORETTA LYNN AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP
July 30-Aug. 4…………………Hurricane Mills, TN

2018 MONSTER ENERGY CUP
Oct. 13………………………….Las Vegas, NV

2018 REM OCTOBERCROSS
Oct. 27……………………………Glen Helen, CA

2018 DUBYA WORLD VET CHAMPIONSHIP
Nov. 3-4…………………..…..Glen Helen, CA

2018 PARIS SUPERCROSS
Nov. 17-18………………………Paris, France

2018 THOR MINI OLYMPICS
Nov. 19-24…………………….Gainesville, FL

2018 DAY IN THE DIRT
Nov. 23-25………………………..Glen Helen, CA

RACES YOU MISSED! WAIT UNTIL NEXT YEAR (ALTHOUGH NOT FOR ARENACROSS)

supercross fireDon’t worry! They will try to burn the stadium down again next year.

2018 AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
Jan. 6……………………..…Anaheim, CA
Jan. 13………………………Houston, TX
Jan. 20………………………Anaheim, CA
Jan. 27………………………Phoenix, AZ
Feb. 3……………………..…Oakland, CA
Feb. 10………………………San Diego, CA
Feb. 17………………………Arlington, TX
Feb. 24………………………Tampa, FL
Mar. 3……………………..…Atlanta, GA
Mar. 10………………………Daytona, FL
Mar. 17………………………St. Louis, MO
Mar. 24………………………Indianapolis, IN
Apr. 7……………………..…Seattle, WA
Apr. 14………………………Minneapolis, MN
Apr. 21………………………Foxborough, MA
Apr. 28………………………Salt Lake City, UT
May 5…………………….…Las Vegas, NV

2018 AMSOIL ARENACROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
Jan. 6-7………………………….Dayton, OH
Jan. 13-14………………………Worcester, MA
Jan. 20-21……………………….Wilkes Barre, PA
Jan. 27-28………………………Greensboro, NC
Feb. 10-11………………………Madison, WI
Feb. 17-18………………………Florence, SC
Mar. 17-18………………………Denver, CO
Mar. 24-25………………………Nampa, ID
Apr. 7-8………………………….Wichita, KS
Apr. 21-22………………………Portland, OR
Apr. 28-29………………………Reno, NV
May 4-6…………………………Las Vegas, NV

2018 BRITISH ARENACROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
Jan. 6…………………………..Manchester
Jan. 13………………………….Newcastle
Jan. 20…………………………Birmingham
Jan. 26-27…………………….Belfast
Feb. 10………………………….Sheffield
Feb. 17………………………….London

2018 HAWKSTONE INTERNATIONAL
Feb. 11………………………….Hawkstone, England

2018 RICKY CARMICHAEL AMATEUR SUPERCROSS
Mar. 11-12……………..…….Daytona, FL

2018 WORLD TWO-STROKE CHAMPIONSHIP
Mar. 31…………………..…..Glen Helen, CA  

Photos: Jon Ortner, Debbi Tamietti, Mark Chilson, Brian Converse, Ray Archer, Daryl Ecklund, Jody Weisel, John Ker, MXA, Husqvarna, MXGP

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