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Villopoto takes third win on the bounce

Ryan Villopoto took his third win on the bounce at the Indianapolis super cross on Saturday to put a serious dent in the hopes of his title competitors. Kawasaki’s ginger ninja came into the race with a handy 23 point lead after a couple of inherited wins when the competition imploded in front of him, but was in no mood ...

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  • 13 March 2011

Simpson and Tonus take big gold in Little Silver

The Maxxis British Championships took the gate for the first time in 2011 at Little Silver near the bottom end of the M5. Shaun Simpson made a great impression making his UK debut in the 450 class for Honda, scoring a Toni Cairoli (2-2-2) to take the overall on one of his rare domestic forays. Jason Dougan passed Brad Anderson ...

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  • 07 March 2011

Villopoto steals victory in Atlanta

So far, the closely-fought five-way battle for the 2011 AMA Supercross Championship has been fought on pretty good terms, but the intensity levels went up a notch in Georgia on Sunday. James Stewart took the holeshot but, maintaining hard won momentum after his first win of the year in San Diego last weekend, Australian Chad Reed was right on his ...

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  • Off road
  • 28 February 2011

Villopoto wins Anaheim Supercross opener

Like an Apollo moonshot, the 2011 AMA Supercross season has counted down and reached blast off - there were a host of big names vying for supremacy but the Neil Armstrong of the first race of the ‘11 SX season was Ryan Villopoto. Kawasaki’s factory star was coming back from an enforced eight month layoff following a terrible crash last ...

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  • 30 January 2011

Dungey beats Stewart in Phoenix Supercross

Makita Suzuki’s Ryan Dungey came out and simply blew the pack away in round two of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross championship at Phoenix. The night opened with not inconsiderable drama when reigning champion James Stewart suffered a horrendous crash in his heat race, jumping into the path of Kyle Partridge and effectively having Partridge’s Kawasaki land full on his ...

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  • 22 January 2010

Brits top ten in Anaheim supercross Lites

Brits Tommy Searle and Max Anstie finished in the top ten in their AMA Supercross Lites debuts at Anaheim. Right from the start of the 250cc four-stroke race  it was a pair of Pro Circuit Kawasakis at the front of the field, Jake Weimer leading Josh Hanson with the Yamaha-mounted Gautier Paulin in a close third. Frenchman Paulin, in the ...

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  • 22 January 2010

Brampton Motocross round: Shaun Simpson takes astonishing win

KTM UK’s Shaun Simpson took an astonishing overall victory at Brampton at the penultimate round of the Maxxis British Motocross Championships on Sunday. Simpson had surgery on a partial fracture of his collarbone after a crash at last weekend’s Czech Motocross Grand Prix and was expected to struggle, with the decision to actually ride not even being made until noon on ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • 19 August 2008

Czech Republic Motocross: Philippaerts takes the double

David Philippaerts put an end to his mid-season stutter with two storming MX1 rides at Loket. The Italian championship contender fell on the first lap in moto one but came storming back through the pack to take third behind Nagl and Barragan and Philippaerts stayed on the bike to win from gate to flag in moto two. With Steve Ramon ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • 12 August 2008

FIM world Motocross: Tommy (Gun) Searle leads the French revolution

Tommy Searle had a landmark day in France on Sunday as the Red Bull KTM star took both motos for the overall and now heads towards the halfway part of the season as the World Championship leader. On a day when the best in the world struggled to stay on board, Tommy rode two rock-solid motos as championship rivals Tony ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • 17 June 2008

DEP Pipes British Two Stroke Championship: Pettitt untouchable at Pontrilas

The DEP team went to Pontrilas for round four of the British Two Stroke Championships on Sunday. And Jonathan Pettitt continued his absolute dominance of the 125 class. Pettit won all three motos with ease, while Jack Brunnell was comfortably the second fastest rider out there. Dave Willett’s title defence took another battering around the fast Herefordshire track, with the ...

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  • 17 June 2008

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