MXA WEEKEND NEWS ROUND-UP: THE MOTOCROSS WORLD REVOLVES AROUND YOU—SEIZE THE POWER

GODSPEED! MARLAND WHALEY (1958-2019)

Marland Whaley.

Five-time American National Trials Champion Marland Whaley passed away at the age of 60 at his home in Montana of a suspected cardiac arrest. The former Honda and Montesa factory rider came into the spotlight of the trails world when he won the 1973 “El Trial De Espana.” This victory brought him to the attention of Honda, who was interested in marketing its TL125 trails bike to the American market. Marland campaigned Honda’s experimental RTL series four-stroke machine — and won three National Championships on it . After retiring from motorcycle trials, he took up cross-country mountain bike riding. Marland also raced motocross and was close to the MXA wrecking crew during the late 1970s.

GODSPEED! ROLF DIEFFENBACH (1951-2019)

Rolf Dieffenbach won two FIM 250 Grands Prix during his 8-year GP career and was the German National Champion three-times.

Rolf Dieffenbach, who was the best German Grand Prix motocross racer of the early 1980s, was killed when his BMW R 1200RS street bike reportedly spilled oil on his rear tire. The 68-year-old crashed into the guard rail and died instantly. He was on road trip with a group of friends in Maria Neustift, Austria. During his racing career, Dieffenbach finished in the top ten in the FIM 250 World Championships five times. He was 15th in 1977, 15th in 1978, 6th in 1979, 4th in 1980, 4th in 1981, 5th in 1982, 7th in 1983 and only raced one race in 1984. He won two 250 GPs (the Spanish GP in 1980 and Czech GP in 1982). Rolf was also a three-time German National Champion. He retired from the GPs after the 1984 season, but stayed involved in the development of German motocross for years. Although relatively unknown to American motocross fans, Rolf Dieffenbach is remember because it was at his practice track that Donnie Hansen suffered the severe head injury that ended his career in 1982.

JON ORTNER SAYS GODSPEED TO CARLIN DUNNE

Jon Ortner shot this photograph in front of Ducati Santa Barbara. It was a really emotional feeling witnessing the outpouring of love and loss for Carlin Dunne in his hometown. Photo: Jon Ortner

The passing of Carlin Dunne, a four-time winner of the Pikes Peak Hillclimb, has really shaken our entire town of Santa Barbara. He and his South African (and former professional road racer) father, Trevor Dunne, owned and operated Ducati/Vespa Santa Barbara. Carlin was the go-to guy for locals looking to commute on Vespas, or seeking speed on a Ducati. In recent years, Carlin’s focus has been on Pikes Peak. The risk versus reward was always spoken of.. the pain and sadness of his tragic crash in the final turn of the 2019 Pike Peak race is still difficult to process.

Carlin Dunne was a four-time Pikes Peak winner. Photo: Carlin Dunne Facebook

Carlin was an excellent motorcycle rider and racer. Often, I would see him practicing motocross at Zaca Station MX, preparing for his competitions in both Baja, and road racing events. He was both fit and fast. When Carlin was preparing to solo the Baja 1000, I was able to share with him strategies and tips that helped me win numerous championships down there.

Carlin Dunne…there are not enough words for our sorrow. Your family and friends, Santa Barbara, the entire global motorcycling community shares tears of sorrow and deeply mourn your tragedy. Rest in peace, my friend.

EVERY AMA 250/450 NATIONAL WINNER IN 2019: RED BUUUUD HERE WE COME

Marvin Musquin 2019 Fox National pala motocross raceway-0013Marvin Musquin is one of only three 450 National winner so far this series (and all three are tied for the most wins at two apiece).

Date                   Venue                                           450                                250
Mar. 18……Hangtown, CA…………………Ken Roczen…………Adam Cianciarulo
May 25…….Pala, CA…………………………..Eli Tomac……………..Adam Cianciarulo
June 1……..Thunder Valley, CO…………Ken Roczen………….Adam Cianciarulo
June 15…….Mt. Morris, PA……………….Eli Tomac……………..Adam Cianciarulo
June 22…….Jacksonville, FL…………….Marvin Musquin…..Justin Cooper
June 29……..Southwick, MA…………….Marvin Musquin…..Adam Cianciarulo
July 6………..Red Bud, MI​
July 20………Millville, MN​
July 27………Washougal, WA
Aug. 10……..Unadilla, NY​
Aug. 17……..​Budds Creek, MD
Aug. 24……..Crawfordsville, IN
450 points leader………Eli Tomac (Kaw)
550 points leader………Adam Cianciarulo (Kaw)

MXA’S FIRST RIDE OF THE 2020 HUSQVARNA FC450

EVERY 250/450 GRAND PRIX WINNER IN 2019: INDONESIA HERE WE COME

Arnaud Tonus (4) and Romain Febvre (461) will fly the Yamaha flag in Palembang this weekend and Semarang next weekend. Tonus is fourth in 450 GP points and only one point out of the top three.

Date               Venue                                            450                                250
Mar. 3……. Argentina……………………….Tony Cairoli…………Jorge Prado
Mar. 24……England………………………….Tony Cairoli…………Thomas Kjer Olsen
Mar. 31……Holland…………………………..Tony Cairoli………..Jorge Prado
Apr. 7……….Trentino, Italy………………..Tim Gajser…………..Jorge Prado
May 12…….Lombardia, Italy…………….Tony Cairoli………..Jorge Prado
May 19……..Portugal………………………..Tim Gajser…………..Jorge Prado
May 26…….France…………………………….Tim Gajser………….Jorge Prado
June 9…..…Russia……………………………..Tim Gajser………….Jorge Prado
June 16……Latvia………………………………Tim Gajser………….Jorge Prado
June 23……Germany…………………………Tim Gajser………….Jorge Prado
July 7………Palembang, Indo.
July 14……..Semarang, Indo
July 28….…Czech Republic
Aug. 4………Belgium
Aug. 18….…Imola, Italy
Aug. 25….…Sweden
Sept. 8……..Turkey
Sept. 15…..Shanghai, China
Sept. 22…..Hong Kong, China (Canceled)
450 points leader…………..Tim Gajser (Hon)
250 points leader…………..Jorge Prado (KTM)

MXA’S FIRST RIDE OF THE 2020 KTM 450SXF

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MXA’S FIRST RIDE OF THE 2020 HUSQVARNA FC250

2019 WORLD VET MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP TO HOST “WORLD CUP OF NATIONS”


Glen Helen’s Bud Feldkamp with the Dubya USA World Vet Championship “World Cup of Nations” trophy.

The Dubya-sponsored World Vet Motocross Championship will have a new feature this year—the World Cup of Nations. Glen Helen has added to a two-moto race for three-rider teams from each country. Each team must include an Over-30, Over-40 and Over-50 rider. Each country will be allowed up to 3 national teams consisting of 3 members each—each team must have a 30+, 40+, and 50+ rider on the team.

The teams will line up behind the starting gate in three separate rows—with the Over-30 riders on the first gate, Over-40 riders on the second gate and Over-50 riders on the third gate. Riders will all receive race bibs indicating the country they represent and color-coded to represent their age group. Each age group will be scored separately, with the combined scores of all three riders over both motos added together (that would be six scores per national team) and the nation with the lowest score over the two-moto format will be the winning team and country.

Former Japanese National Champion Isao Ida is a shoe-in for Team Japan.

In order for this to work, each nation’s three-man teams must apply to be accepted to represent their country. Applications are available now for three-man teams by Clicking Here for the application form. The applications need to be received by August 31st. The World Vet Cup of Nations’ executive committee will review all team applications and inform the teams by September 15, 2019, if they are accepted into this prestigious event.

Australian Mike Reefman is a regular at the World Vet. The Aussies and Kiwis are tough at Glen Helen.

If you want to race for your nation, but don’t have three riders to join you, sign up as an “individual’ —there is a box on the application for individual entries—and that will make it easier for the World Cup organizers to put partial teams together before the event. If you don’t make it to a team, you will get your $50 “individual” entry fee back.

Spain’s Kim Sunol will lead Team Spain if he can keep his rowdy crew in check.

Obviously, there will be some leeway for teams and nations that come together late in the process. Additionally, nations that want to race, but do not have three riders attending the World Vet race, will be aided in filling out their teams from the “individual” entries. The World Vet Championship will try to combine short-handed teams with other riders from that country or riders from their region that are also short a rider or two.

Kurt Nicoll will represent England at the Farleigh Castle Vintage Vet MXDN in September and again at the World Vet “World Cup of Nations” at Glen Helen in November.

Please note, there will only be three teams from each nation and this includes the USA. If there are more than three teams applying for entry, the World Vet Cup of Nations’ executive committee will have to make a decision on which teams to accept. United States riders are not eligible to ride for any other nation. To represent a country, you must be a citizen of that country (or have permission from the World Cup of Nations organizers to be combined with a country that doesn’t have three riders at the event).

Current 450 World Championship points leader Tim Gajser’s father Bojo Gajser (242) would need to find two more Slovenians to field a team.

The World Cup Trophy will be awarded to the winnning team and have the rider’s name and nation engraved on the perpetual trophy. The Trophy will be displayed at the Glen Helen Museum throughout the year and have the next year’s winner’s name engraved on it each year after that. Each member of the winning team will receive a commemorative medallion.

Canadian Pete DeGraaf is one of a host of strong Canadians who could put together a powerhouse team for the World Cup of Nations.

THE 2019 WORLD CUP OF NATIONS RULES IN A NUTSHELL
1. Each national team will consist of three riders.
2. Each nation can enter up to three teams of three riders.
3. Each team must include one Over-30 rider, one Over-40 rider and one Over-50 rider—however, if a nation only has Over-40 and Over-50 riders in attendance they can race with older riders in lieu of the Over-30 rider.
4. The two moto-format will have three separate gate drops. The Over-30s in the first gate, Over-40s in the second gate and Over-50s in the third gate. The riders will be given colored bibs that represent their age category so that they can recognize riders in their class on the track. No bib, no race.5. Olympic scoring will be used, with each nation’s six possible scores being added together. For example, if Team Spain goes 1-3-8-2-13-23, their total would be 50 points. Spain would beat Team Germany’s 2-2-9-3-12-21 which would be 51 points. All six scores will be counted and the worst score cannot be dropped from the total. This is only a two-moto format, thus all three riders in each moto will be scored. Although each country can have three entered teams, the scoring does not combine points from the three teams—each team is stand-alone team and is scored for its three riders.
6. American riders cannot ride as fill-in riders for short-handed nations—unless they have a passport from that country. American riders are limited to the three USA teams.
7. The three riders who start moto one for a team are the “riders of record” and cannot be replaced by another rider for the second moto.

CLASSIC MXA TEST RIDER PHOTO: JOSH MOSIMAN TAKES IT TO THE STOPS

Josh Mosiman lets it all hang out at REM on Dicks Racing’s KTM 300XC-W TPI fuel-injected two-stroke.

Josh Mosiman cranks Dick Wilk’s modified KTM300XC-W TPI over the crest of this REM hill with the just enough throttle to keep the rear wheel spinning—which is necessary to keep the fuel-injected two-stroke turning because the forks have hit the stops. Dick Wilk took the 300 enduro bike and raised the compression,  put a Quad Flow winglet in the throttle body, added a Scalvini cone pipe and mapped it with a JD Power Surge 6X ECU. Dick rebuild the WP Xplor forks with MX1’s  APS system, shortened the  WP shock and ran a stiffer shock spring on the no-link PDS rear suspension. For info on the bike go to www.dicksracing.com

MXA PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: MOOSE RACING SERIES 36 LOCK-ON GRIPS

Press Release: No more grip glue, safety wire, and waiting around for glue to dry with the new Series 36 Lock-On grips by Moose Racing. The Series 36 Lock-On grips feature a 100% slip-free design that do not require grip glue or safety wire and include all throttle cams for most modern 2-stroke and 4-stroke bike applications. Available in six color combinations, the Series 36 Lock-On grips also feature a slim diameter profile for improved grip and knockout ends for wraparound handguard installation. Suggested retail $26.95. Visit www.Mooseracing.com for more information.

FOR SALE! RACETOWN, ADELANTO, SUNRISE & 395 — ALL  ROLLED INTO ONE FOR $795,000

The current Sunrise Cycle Park has been known by many different and it has changed hands several times. Now the 37 acres is for sale again.

CURRENT AMA NATIONAL POINTS HEADING TO RED BUD

Jason Anderson_2019 Hangtown Press Day-5Jason Anderson (21) and Zach Osborne are lurking in the shadows, but neither one has pulled off a big win in the 450 class.

450 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS STANDINGS
(After 6 or 12 rounds)
1. Eli Tomac (Kaw)…257
2. Marvin Musquin (KTM)…231
3. Ken Roczen (Hon)…229
4. Zach Osborne (Hus)…227
5. Jason Anderson (Hus)…212
6. Cooper Webb (KTM)…202
7. Justin Barcia (Yam)…159
8. Dean Ferris (Yam)…136
9. Blake Baggett (KTM)…131
10. Justin Bogle (KTM)…117

Colt Nichols 2019 Fox National pala motocross raceway-8408It’s much tougher to be on a four-man team than a two-man team. It makes it that much harder to win the “Best in the Truck Award.” Colt Nichols (39) has tough teammates.

250 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS STANDINGS
(After 6 or 12 rounds)
1. Adam Cianciarulo (Kaw)…269
2. Justin Cooper (Yam)…246
3. Dylan Ferrandis (Yam)…232
4. Colt Nichols (Yam)…178
5. Chase Sexton (Hon)…167
6. RJ Hampshire (Hon)…165
7. Hunter Lawrence (Hon)…162
8. Michael Mosiman (Hus)…148
9. Alex Martin (Suz)…143
10. Shane McElrath (KTM)…108

MXA PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: PRO CIRCUIT & MONSTER ENERGY PRO CIRCUIT UMBRELLAS

Pro Circuit umbrella.

Everyone needs a good umbrella, and whether you’re trying to block yourself from the sun on a hot day at the race track or looking to fight off the downpour while trying to run errands, a Pro Circuit umbrella is a perfect way to protect yourself from the elements. Choose from the Pro Circuit umbrella with the classic logo and We Race slogan, or the Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki two-tone umbrella that shows off the race team colors and logos. Both umbrellas are made from quality materials and no matter which one you grab on your way out the door, it will be sure to keep you out of the rain and provide some trackside shade!

Monster Energy/Pro Circuit umbrella.

The Pro Circuit umbrella retails for $29.95, while the Monster Energy/Pro Circuit umbrella is $34.95. For more info go to www.procircuit.com

CURRENT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS HEADING TO INDONESIA

KTM’s Tony Cairoli got hurt in Latvia, sat out the German GP and might miss both rounds in Indonesia—if Tony skips Indonesia he will drop back to at least 6th in 450 points.

450 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS STANDINGS
(after 10 of 18 rounds)
1. Tim Gajser (Hon)…441
2. Antonio Cairoli (KTM)…358
3. Jeremy Seewer (Yam)…289
4. Arnaud Tonus (Yam)…288
5. Gautier Paulin (Yam)…288
6. Arminas Jasikonis (Hus)…249
7. Jeremy Van Horebeek (Hon)…225
8. Glenn Coldenhoff (KTM)…220
9. Pauls Jonass (KTM)…219
10. Clement Desalle (Kaw)…208

Jorge Prado MXG of Latvia_ Round 07_ FIM World Motocross Championship_Jorge Prado signed a new four-deal deal to stay with KTM and to stay in Europe. He will move to the 450 class in 2020.

250 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS STANDINGS
(after 10 of 18 rounds)
1. Jorge Prado (KTM)…447
2. Thomas Kjer Olsen (Hus)…403
3. Jago Geerts (Yam)…313
4. Tom Vialle (KTM)…284
5. Henry Jacobi (Kaw)…283
6. Ben Watson (Yam)…246
7. Mitch Evans (Hon)…226
8. Adam Sterry (Kaw)…204
9. Bas Vaessen (KTM)…185
10. Michele Cervellin (Hon)…179

MXA AD OF THE WEEK: 1996 YAMAHA YZ125 “THAT’S OUR BIKE OF THE YEAR”

Modern racers like to think that the Yamaha YZ125 got good in 2006 when it got Kayaba SSS suspension, but that is far from the truth. The YZ125 has been named the MXA 125 Shootout winner 16 times since 1980—including a, eight-year win streak from 1996 to 2003 and a six-year streak from 2005 to 2010.

2019 AMA VINTAGE MOTORCYCLE DAYS START ON FRIDAY AT MID-OHIO

For more information go to www.amavintagemotorcycledays.com

POWDER BASIN TRIPLE CROWN ON JULY 6-7 IN GILLETTE, WYOMING

20TH ANNUAL FULL TEXAS FULL MOON SERIES ON JULY 13 AT FREESTONE MX

For more info go to www.badlandsmx.com

PANICREV CHRISTIAN MOTOCROSS CAMP AT GLEN HELEN ON JULY 15-17

For more info go to www.camprev.com

ARIZONA MONSOON MADNESS SERIES ON JULY 27 AT CANYON MOTOCROSS

For more info go to www.amxracing.com

GREAT PLAINS VINTAGE SERIES ON AUGUST 18 AT THREE HILLS

The six-race Great Plains Vintage motocross series moves to Three Hills on August 18. For more info go to www.greatplainsvintagemx.org.

HOW THEY RANK: MXA’S 2019 250 FOUR-STROKE SHOOTOUT

BIG BIKE RATING: MXA’S 2019 450 FOUR-STROKE SHOOTOUT

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WHAT’S INSIDE THE JULY 2019 ISSUE OF MXA

Once the big British singles started to fade from the motocross scene, the Rickman brothers knew that they had to embrace two-strokes. That meant that they had to find manufacturers who would sell them complete engines. That wasn’t as easy as it sounds. Montesa was willing, and the end result was the 1971 Rickman Montesa 250.

Not only is Botox a possible cure for arm pump, but it doesn’t leave any scars on your forearms. As an added bonus, you might get the doctor to take a couple years off your wrinkles while he’s fixing your arms.

We know that the 1968 Yamaha DT-1 looks old fashioned, but without the  DT-1 the motocross explosion of the early 1970s would never have happened. Read the whole story of how the DT-1 got green lighted by a company that had never heard of a “dirt bike.” You’ll be amazed.

MXA’s Josh Mosiman didn’t just interview Andrew Short, he became his Husqvarna teammate as the two spent  the race weekend hanging out together in the pits, on the track, in the hotel and at dinner every night.

Take a trip back 19 years to when Brett Metcalfe raced the last works 125 two-stroke in the 2000 AMA Nationals. The MXA test crew put Metcalfe’s Yamaha of Troy YZ125 through the wringer.

Shoot us, but we think that the Pee-Wee class is the perfect place for electric motocross bikes to thrive. They are quiet, don’t smell like gasoline and come with adjustable dials to make the power mellow, medium or aggressive. The Oset MX10 is built in Britain.

While we are on the subject of getting more people started in the sport with electric Pee-Wees, we decided to test the 2019 Honda CRF250F. It is an entry-level bike that could attract more riders to the  sport. At $4599  it  comes with a reliable Honda four-stroke engine. This is not a race bike —that’s what the CRF250R is for. It’s a good family fun starter bike.

Jack Phinn wanted to build the perfect bike for a short rider. Standing 5-foot-4, Jack modified his KTM 350SXF in hopes of helping other short, small or light riders see what can be done.

We thought that the 2019 KTM 250XCF cross-country bike would be a detuned enduro mount. Boy were we wrong. In truth, it is a KTM 250SXF motocross bike with a bigger fuel tank, six-speed tranny and 18-inch rear wheel. The forks are straight off the motocross model, but with lower recommended air pressures. Our Vet test riders loved it for motocross.

MXA’s Travis Fant shot this cool photo of Justin Bogle at the Denver Supercross. What makes it so cool? That white stuff is snow.

While we were on the project bike kick, we had Dick Wilk of Dicks Racing build us a motocross version of the 2019 KTM 300XC-W TPI fuel- injected, electric start, two-stroke. We took it straight to a motocross race and had a wonderful time riding with Dick’s magic mods.

2019 RACE SCHEDULE: THE SEASON IS RAPIDLY GETTING OLDER

Starting line_Glen Helen World Vet 2019
The 2019 World Vet Championship will be held on November 2-3 (and there will be two practice days leading up the the race days to allow foreign riders to adapt to Glen Helen).

2019 AMA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
May 18……………………Hangtown, CA
May 25.…………………..Pala, CA
June 1..……………….….Thunder Valley, CO
June 15..…………………Mt. Morris, PA
June 22.………………….Jacksonville, FL
June 29..…………………Southwick, MA
July 6.………………….….Red Bud, MI​
July 20.……………………Millville, MN​
July 27.……………………Washougal, WA
Aug. 10..………………….Unadilla, NY​
Aug. 17..………………….​Budds Creek, MD
Aug. 24.…………………..Crawfordsville, IN

2019 FIM MOTOCROSS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
Mar. 3…………………………… Argentina
Mar. 24……………………………England
Mar. 31……………………………Holland
Apr. 7………………………………Trentino (Italy #1)
May 12…………………………….Lombardia (Italy #2)
May 19…………………….……..Portugal
May 26……………………………France
June 9…………………………….Russia
June 16…………………………..Latvia
June 23…………………………..Germany
July 7……………………………..Palembang (Indonesia #1)
July 14……………………………Semarang (Indonesia #2
July 28……………………………Czech Republic
Aug. 4…………………………….Belgium
Aug. 18…………………………..Imola (Italy #3)
Aug. 25…………………………..Sweden
Sept. 8……………………………Turkey
Sept. 15…………………………..Shanghai, China
Sept. 22…………………………..Hong Kong (Canceled)

2019 WORLD OFF-ROAD CHAMPIONSHIP (WORCS)
Jan. 18-20………………………..Primm, NV
Feb. 1-3……………………………Glen Helen, CA
Mar. 1-3……………………………Lake Havasu, AZ
Mar. 22-24……………………….Peoria, AZ
Apr. 12-14………………………..Las Vegas, NV
Apr. 26-28………………………..Taft, CA
May 24-26……………………….Mesquite, NV
July 30-Aug. 4…………………McCleary, WA
Sept. 13-15……………………..Glen Helen, CA
Oct. 4-6……………………………Milford, CA
Nov. 15-17……………………….Primm, NV

2019 MAMMOTH MOUNTAIN MOTOCROSS
June 28-30……………………….Mammoth Lakes, CA

2019 CANADIAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
June 1………………………………Wild Rose, AB
June 8………………………………Blackwater, BC
June 15…………………………….McNabb Valley, MB
July 13……………………………..Gopher Dunes, ON
July 20……………………………..San Del Lee, ON
July 27……………………………..Riverglade, NB
Aug. 3………………………………Deschambault, QC
Aug. 17…………………………….Walton, ON

2019 AMA NATIONAL AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP
July 29-Aug. 3………………….Loretta Lynn, TN

2019 BRITISH NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
Mar. 10……………………………..FatCat
Apr. 14………………………………Lyng
May 5……………………………….Canada Heights
June 2………………………………Blaxhall
June 30…………………………….Desertmartin
July 21……………………………..Hawkstone Park
Aug. 11……………………………..Foxhill
Sept. 15……………………………Landrake

2019 BRITISH APICO TWO-STROKE FESTIVAL
May 25-26……………………….Marshfield MX
Aug. 3-4……………………………Iron Works Moto
Sept. 21-22……………………..Sellindge MX

2019 GERMAN MX MASTERS CHAMPIONSHIP
April 14…………………………….Princely Drehna
June 2………………………………Moggers, Austria
June 30…………………………….Molln
July 21……………………………..Tens
Aug. 11…………………………….Gaildorf
Sept. 1……………………………..Biel
Sept. 15……………………………Wood Gerlingen

2019 AMA VINTAGE MOTORCYCLE DAYS
July 5-7…………………………….Lexington, Ohio

2019 AMA NATIONAL AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP
July 29-Aug. 3………………….Loretta Lynn, TN

2019 RYAN VILLOPOTO AMATEUR MOTOCROSS CUP
Aug. 22-25………………………..Grays Harbor, WA

2019 MOTOCROSS DES NATIONS
Sept. 29…………………………….Assen, Holland

2019 MONSTER ENERGY CUP
Oct. 21……………………………..Las Vegas, NV

2019 WORLD VET CHAMPIONSHIP
Nov. 2-3……………………………..Glen Helen, CA

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