AURORA, Ill. – The 2010 AMA Arenacross Series’ West Coast swing attracts to a nearby this end of the week with two energizing evenings of activity from the Livestock and Events Center in Reno, Nev. The Babbitt’s Monster Energy/Ti Lube Kawasaki trio, headed by current focuses pioneer Tyler Bowers, drives the route into the Biggest Little City in the World as the most tenured race on the arrangement plan enters its second decade of facilitating the best arenacross racers on the planet.

The Reno stop of the AMA Arenacross Series made its introduction 19 years back in December of 1991. The race in a split second turned into a hit among the neighborhood occupants and kept on advancing, turning into a staple in the group and ending up tenderly known as “ArenOcross.” For as far back as 10 years, it has been a staple of the AMA Arenacross Series calendar and shows a standout amongst the most remarkable tracks the riders will see all season.

In years past, ArenOcross was generally a November race, however on account of the dense timetable that was presented last season, the race has received another home in the progress from February to March as a piece of the arrangement’s West Coast swing.

Last season, the Reno round was overwhelmed by one rider, supercross contender Jake Moss, who went ahead to win every one of the four headliners over the AMA Arenacross and AMA Arenacross Lites classes over the traverse of two evenings. The booking of the occasion comes amid the mid-season break for the Western Regional AMA Supercross Lites class title and now displays an open door for the fans in participation and the AMA Arenacross Series regulars to get a look at a portion of the contenders from Monster Energy Supercross. With such a profound, capable field over each class in the AMA Arenacross Series, there is certain to be a test mounted by riders, for example, Bowers, Josh Demuth and Chad Johnson in the chief class alongside youthful speedsters A.J. Catanzaro and Cory Green in the AMA Arenacross Lites class as they look protect their region.

The fervor will be high as the arrangement plans for the “Last Four” in its own particular adaptation of March Madness. Arbors as of now holds a 17-point advantage over Demuth while Johnson sneaks in third only an extra four focuses behind. The 2010 AMA Arenacross class title will come down to these three riders and anything can happen once the entryways drop on Friday and Saturday night. In the fervently AMA Arenacross Lites Western Regional Championship, it is a two-rider race between the previously mentioned Catanzaro and Green, who are isolated by just three focuses with three rounds staying in the provincial title battle.

With the biggest floor space utilized of any setting on the calendar, the Livestock and Events Center takes into account a reviving change to the conventional Arenacross track. Actually, the AMA Arenacross Series track group makes a supercross-style design that routinely delivers probably the most energizing dashing of the season, enabling riders to work with somewhat more space than ordinary. Moreover, seating takes into consideration the fans to get very close with the activity out on the track.

The changeless home of ArenOcross since its commencement in 1991, the Reno Livestock and Events Center is basically home to rodeo challenges, including the featuring Reno Rodeo. Arranged on 43-sections of land of land, the middle sits in a prime area and bears a surprising 150 by 300 feet of floor space. It can situate 6,200 individuals, setting the phase for what is certain to be a stuffed house this end of the week.

The principal doors drop on ArenOcross this Friday at 7:00 p.m., trailed by an extra night of bar-to-bar hustling on Saturday at 7:00 p.m. Novice Day finishes up an energizing few days of activity on Sunday, starting at 10 a.m.

Propel tickets are accessible during the current end of the week’s ArenOcross at the Livestock and Events Center Box Office, Ticketmaster charge by telephone and ticketmaster.com. Tickets cost $2 progressively the day of the race.

Tickets are accessible online at www.arenacross.com and www.ticketmaster.com. For more data on the AMA Arenacross Series sign on to www.arenacross.com.

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The yearly frenzy of the Weston Beach Race was crossed out very quickly Saturday after an appalling accident at the massed begin left a few riders harmed. The three hour perseverance test sees 1,000 riders begin at the same time down a one mile long begin straight before heading into a complex and testing rise area, however this year a mass heap up on the straight observed the warning turn out close to the begin. Seventeen riders required therapeutic consideration, burdening the on location medical aid staff as they transported the harmed to healing facility, and it turned out to be evident that, as occupied as they were managing the episode, there wasn’t adequate emergency treatment cover accessible to enable the race to restart. One rider is accounted for to have endured genuine wounds.

More points of interest when they turn out to be clear, however it’s trusted that the race will at exhibit be re-keep running next Sunday, the eighteenth of October.


Brea, CA — The Autotrader/Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Racing Team is satisfied to report that Malcolm Stewart will return for his third continuous supercross race on the production line Suzuki RM-Z450 this end of the week. Stewart will join Weston Peick and Justin Bogle under the 450 canopy at Glendale, Arizona, on Saturday. Stewart was initially employed as a fill-in for Bogle after he managed a blackout finally year’s Monster Energy Cup, yet Bogle plans to come back to dashing this end of the week.

The ever-prevalent Stewart has stopped people in their tracks as a fill-in rider on the Autotrader/Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Racing Team, scoring consecutive eleventh place completes following eight months from hustling. Malcolm’s ability, alongside his uplifting state of mind, settled on for a simple choice to offer help for Stewart this end of the week.

“I couldn’t be more joyful to be with the Autotrader/Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Racing Team for one more end of the week! It’s been extraordinary working with these folks the past couple weeks,” expressed Stewart. “Persuading the chance to be with them for another race is wonderful!”

Autotrader/Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Racing group supervisor Jeremy Albrecht is eager to work with Stewart once more. “It has been awesome having Malcolm on the group. He coexists well with everybody, and he has an exceptionally uplifting state of mind. We’re glad to state that he will be on the track this end of the week and dashing for the Autotrader/Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Racing Team,” he said. Concerning the group’s feasible arrangements of working with Stewart, Albrecht clarified, “We are presently investigating to perceive what our alternatives are for Malcolm to be on the processing plant Suzuki RM-Z450 for more races.”

The fourth round of the 2018 Monster Energy AMA Supercross arrangement will occur at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, on Saturday. The occasion will be communicated live on FS1 at 8:00 p.m. EST. Meet the Autotrader/Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Racing group at RideNow Powersports in Peoria, Arizona, on Friday evening preceding the race.


Half a month prior we heard that Team Faith arenacross rider Kevin Johnson endured a truly genuine neck and back damage. We dropped him a line this week to get a refresh:

“I am doing entirely great,” composed Kevin. “I am simply sore, for the most part. My neck doesn’t hurt much by any means, only my broken ribs. My inner parts are resting easy, as well. To be completely forthright, I am pretty dang appreciative that I feel the way I do. I went to the healing center in an emergency vehicle with a broke neck, ribs, crumbled lung, and cut kidney and after one week I am up and doing better than average. I had many individuals appealing to God for me and I realize that aided without a doubt! I don’t think our supplication powers God to activity, however I trust God reacts to the confidence of the individuals who implore. I am completely overwhelmed by the help and petitions that I’ve had. I am likewise appreciative for my wonderful spouse, family, and Team Faith.”

Get well soon, Kevin.


Other than top riders Ryan Villopoto and Ivan Tedesco, the snake-nibbled St. Louis Supercross saw two or three non-racers get harmed over the span of the night. Kyle Bentley, the repairman for Monster Energy/Pro Circuit Kawasaki’s Christophe Pourcel, handed his lower leg over the flag territory and may have cracked it. Additionally, AMA Pro Racing’s Doug Kramer tore his Achilles ligament while basically strolling over the track in the middle of races. We wish both Kyle and Doug a get-well-soon, and obviously RV and IT.

REPORT | AMA Supercross Class Results: Salt Lake City

1. Kevin Windham, Centerville, Miss., Honda

2. Davi Millsaps, Murrieta, Calif., Honda

3. Andrew Short, Smithville, Texas, Honda

4. Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., Suzuki

5. Kyle Chisholm, Valrico, Fla., Yamaha

6. Michael Byrne, Newnan, Ga., Yamaha

7. Justin Brayton, Murrieta, Calif., Yamaha

8. Tommy Hahn, Alvord, Texas, Suzuki

9. Scratch Wey, Murrieta, Calif., Kawasaki

10. Chris Blose, Phoenix, Ariz., Honda

AMA Supercross Class Season Standings

1. Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., Suzuki, 338

2. Kevin Windham, Centerville, Miss., Honda, 273

3. Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki, 266

4. Davi Millsaps, Murrieta, Calif., Honda, 253

5. Josh Hill, Carlsbad, Calif., Yamaha, 229

6. Justin Brayton, Murrieta, Calif., Yamaha, 225

7. Scratch Wey, Murrieta, Calif., Kawasaki, 186

8. Ivan Tedesco, Murrieta, Calif., Yamaha, 183

9. Tommy Hahn, Alvord, Texas, Suzuki, 174

10. Kyle Chisholm, Valrico, Fla., Yamaha, 163

Western Regional AMA Supercross Lites Class Results: Salt Lake City

1. Josh Hansen, Elbert, Colo., Kawasaki

2. Trey Canard, Shawnee, Okla., Honda

3. Wil Hahn, Decatur, Texas, Honda

4. Ryan Morais, Murrieta, Calif., Suzuki

5. Jake Weimer, Rupert, Idaho, Kawasaki

6. Broc Tickle, Holly, Mich., Yamaha

7. Phil Nicoletti, Bethel, N.Y., KTM

8. Seeker Hewitt, Pilot Point, Texas, Suzuki

9. Travis Baker, Temecula, Calif., Yamaha

10. Jeff Alessi, Murrieta, Calif., Yamaha

Western Regional AMA Supercross Lites Class Season Standings

1. Jake Weimer, Rupert, Idaho, Kawasaki, 171

2. Wil Hahn, Decatur, Texas, Honda, 156

3. Trey Canard, Shawnee, Okla., Honda, 153

4. Broc Tickle, Holly, Mich., Yamaha, 140

5. Blake Wharton, Pilot Point, Texas, Honda, 116

6. Josh Hansen, Elbert Colo., Kawasaki, 100

7. Cole Seely, Newbury Park, Calif., Honda, 100

8. Phillip Nicoletti, Bethel, N.Y., KTM 83

9. Max Anstie, Hemet, Calif., Yamaha, 82

10. Ryan Morais, Murrieta, Calif., Suzuki, 76


Dungey Continues Streak, Wins Fourth Straight in Colorado; Pourcel Becomes First Repeat Winner in 250 Class

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LAKEWOOD, Colo. (June 26, 2010) – The fifth round of the 2010 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship converted into an outstanding day of hustling under debilitating skies and a stick pressed slope of extravagant Colorado fans for the Toyota Trucks Thunder Valley National from Thunder Valley Motocross Park. Rockstar/Makita Suzuki’s Ryan Dungey, of Belle Plaine, Minn., expanded his 450 Class focuses lead with his fourth back to back general triumph while Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Christophe Pourcel, of France, likewise added further bolstering his title good fortune with his second general win.

Since cycle two of the 2010 season, Dungey has been on a mission, demonstrating his associates that regardless of being a new kid on the block, he is more than prepared to lead the route in the title battle. On Saturday, he kept up the shape that has placed him in the drivers situate right off the bat, securing a sprinter up exertion in Moto 1 and going ahead to win his 6th of the last eight motos in the last race of the day.

“I’ve been blessed to win a few races (this year),” said Dungey. “I simply need to keep it up and win however many races as could be allowed. I didn’t recognize what’s in store (coming into the season), so I came in with a receptive outlook. Hangtown wasn’t what I expected, there sufficiently wasn’t time. Be that as it may, I put it behind me and we’re pushing ahead. They let the track go today and it got unpleasant which was cool. It made for some extraordinary dashing.”

Troy Lee Designs/Lucas Oil Honda’s Ben Townley, of New Zealand, posted his best complete of the season, snatching the sprinter up spot (6-2) while GEICO Powersports Honda’s Brett Metcalfe, of Australia, completed third (4-4) and accepted the sprinter up position in the season standings. Guarding champion Chad Reed, of Australia, completed ninth (10-7) and tumbled from second to third in the focuses.

Dungey now holds a 51-point advantage heading into the midpoint of the season, driving the most laps in the class at 62 and holding the best normal complete of 2.7.

Through the initial four adjusts, the 250 Class had seen four unique riders remain on the general platform. Nonetheless, Pourcel finished that at Thunder Valley, going 1-1 on the day to take a persuading win.

“My race went great,” said Pourcel. “I won both motos and had some great begins so it was a quite decent day. I’m astonished (with the opposition). You never know will’s identity out there. Be that as it may, it’s been extraordinary and I’ve been riding great. Everything you can do is ride your best. I’m endeavoring to do my best for the fans and give them my best on the platform.”

After five rounds, Pourcel is the main rider in the class with more than one moto triumph and has discovered his way to the highest point of the platform for no less than one moto at each stop. GEICO Powersports Honda’s Trey Canard, of Shawnee, Okla., caught second in general (3-2), while a week ago’s victor and Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki rider Dean Wilson, of Scotland, balanced the platform in third (2-3).

Pourcel moves into a 34-point lead over Wilson in the standings and leads the class in laps drove with 72 and normal complete at 2.4.

The MotorcycleUSA.com Women’s Motocross Championship came back to activity at Thunder Valley with the Able Planet National, cycle three of the 2010 season. DNA Shred Stix/Star Racing Yamaha’s Jessica Patterson, of Tallahassee, Fla., stayed idealize through three races, clearing the day’s moto’s in transit to the by and large. Honda Red Bull Racing’s Ashley Fiolek, of St. Augustine, Fla., completed second (5-2) while Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Sara Price, of Canyon Lake, Calif., completed third (2-6).

The Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship proceeds one weekend from now from Buchanan, Mich., for cycle six and the Rockstar Energy RedBud National from RedBud on July 3.

Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship

Toyota Trucks Thunder Valley National

Thunder Valley Motocross Park – Lakewood, Colo.

June 26, 2010

Cycle 5 of 12

450 Class (Moto Finish)

Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., Suzuki (2-1)

Ben Townley, New Zealand, Honda (6-2)

Brett Metcalfe, Australia, Honda (4-4)

Josh Grant, Riverside, Calif., Yamaha (1-10)

Andrew Short, Smithville, Texas, Honda (8-3)

Kyle Regal, Kemp, Texas, Honda (9-6)

Kyle Chisholm, Valrico, Fla., Yamaha (7-8)

Mike Alessi, Victorville, Calif., KTM (12-5)

Chad Reed, Australia, Kawasaki (10-7)

Justin Brayton, Fort Dodge, Iowa, Yamaha (13-9)

450 Class Championship Standings

Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., Suzuki, 218

Brett Metcalfe, Australia, Honda, 167

Chad Reed, Australia, Kawasaki, 160

Mike Alessi, Victorville, Calif., KTM, 154

Andrew Short, Smithville, Texas, Honda, 153

Josh Grant, Riverside, Calif., Yamaha, 152

Ben Townley, New Zealand, Honda, 151

Kyle Chisholm, Valrico, Fla., Yamaha, 108

Tommy Hahn, Decatur, Texas, Suzuki, 101

Kyle Regal, Kemp, Texas, Honda, 94

250 Class (Moto Finish)

Christophe Pourcel, France, Kawasaki (1-1)

Trey Canard, Shawnee, Okla., Honda (3-2)

Senior member Wilson, Scotland, Kawasaki (2-3)

Tyla Rattray, South Africa, Kawasaki (4-4)

Blake Wharton, Pilot Point, Texas, Honda (6-5)

Broc Tickle, Holly, Mich., Yamaha (5-6)

Martin Davalos, Ecuador, Yamaha (8-8)

Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Honda (7-9)

Cole Seely, Newbury Park, Calif., Honda (9-12)

Justin Barcia, Ochlocknee, Ga., Honda (16-7)

250 Class Championship Standings

Christophe Pourcel, France, Kawasaki, 219

Senior member Wilson, Scotland, Kawasaki, 185

Tyla Rattray, South Africa, Kawasaki, 180

Trey Canard, Shawnee, Okla., Honda, 162

Broc Tickle, Holly, Mich., Yamaha, 151

Justin Barcia, Ochlocknee, Ga., Honda, 140

Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Honda, 135

Blake Wharton, Pilot Point, Texas, Honda, 112

Martin Davalos, Ecuador, Yamaha, 108

Wil Hahn, Decatur, Texas, Honda, 106

WMX Class (Moto Finish)

Jessica Patterson, Tallahassee, Fla., Yamaha (1-1)

Ashley Fiolek, St. Augustine, Fla., Honda (5-2)

Sara Price, Canyon Lake, Calif., Kawasaki (2-6)

Jacqueline Strong, Sedona, Ariz., Yamaha, (3-5)

Sarah Whitmore, Cheboygan, Mich., KTM (6-4)

Vicki Golden, El Cajon, Calif., Yamaha (9-3)

Tarah Gieger, Winter Gardens, Fla., Honda (4-7)

Alexah Pearson, Rocklin, Calif., Yamaha (8-8)

Mariana Balbi, Brazil, Yamaha (7-13)

Erica Cook, Natalia, Texas, Yamaha (12-9)

WMX Class Championship Standings (After 3 of 8 Rounds)

Jessica Patterson, Tallahassee, Fla., Yamaha, 150

Ashley Fiolek, St. Augustine, Fla., Honda, 124

Tarah Gieger, Winter Gardens, Fla., Honda, 109

Vicki Golden, El Cajon, Calif., Yamaha, 97

Sara Price, Canyon Lake, Calif., Kawasaki, 88

Mariana Balbi, Brazil, Yamaha, 78

Sarah Whitmore, Cheboygan, Mich., KTM 72

Jacqueline Strong, Sedona, Ariz., Yamaha, 71

Alexah Pearson, Rocklin, Calif., Yamaha, 70

Tatum Sik, Temecula, Calif., Yamaha, 68

For tickets and fan and hustling data on the 2010 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship, sign on to www.allisports.com.

Results | 250 AX Class


1. Gavin Faith – 66 Points

2. Jacob Hayes – 60 Points

3. Chris Blose – 54 Points

4. Daniel Herrlein – 43 Points

5. Gared Steinke – 43 Points

6. Kyle Bitterman – 39 Points

7. Travis Sewell – 31 Points

8. Jacob Williamson – 31 Points

9. Michael Mosiman – 30 Points

10. Shane Sewell – 27 Points

General Results:

1. Gavin Faith (1-1)

2. Jacob Hayes (2-2)

3. Chris Blose (3-3)

4. Kyle Bitterman (4-5)

5. Daniel Herrlein (10-4)

6. Gared Steinke (8-7)

7. Jacob Williamson (9-6)

8. Shane Sewell (7-8)

9. Michael Mosiman (5-10)

10. TJ Albright (6-11)

11. Heath Harrison (14-9)

12. Carter Gordon (11-12)

13. Path Staley (12-13)

14. Leather expert Basso (13-14)

15. Travis Sewell (DNS-DNS)

16. Jared Lesher (DNS-DNS)

Hatchet Lites Class Results:


1. Heath Harrison – 31 Points

2. Garrett Marchbanks – 31 Points

3. Isaac Teasdale – 28 Points

4. Josh Mosiman – 18 Points

5. TJ Albright – 13 Points

6. Jordan Bailey – 11 Points

7. Luke Neese – 11 Points

8. Jeremy Hand – 7 Points

9. Leather expert Basso – 5 Points

10. Jerry Robin – 4 Points

Headliner Results:

1. Heath Harrison

2. Garrett Marchbanks

3. Isaac Teasdale

4. Dillon Cloyed

5. Seeker Hilton

6. Jordan Bailey

7. Jared Lesher

8. Josh Mosiman

9. Luke Neese

10. TJ Albright

11. Carter Gordon

12. Leather expert Basso

13. Devin Harriman

14. Travis Delnicki

15. Michael Lang

16. Brock Papi