Temecula, Calif. – June 27, 2016 – The 3rd Annual MotoDoffo Event to Benefit the Kurt Caselli Foundation, presented by SCORE International, is in the books. Thanks to contributions from event sponsors and attendees more than $32,000 was raised for the Foundation and their mission to improve off-road safety.
Jericho, UT – FMF KTM Factory rider Ivan Ramirez finished 2nd overall at the fifth round of the AMA National Hare & Hound Series. Fellow FMF KTM Factory support rider Gary Sutherlin finished 3rd overall.
Lucerne Valley, CA – FMF KTM Factory Support rider Gary Sutherlin took his first career victory at the opening round of the AMA National Hare & Hound Series while his teammate Ivan Ramirez came from behind to also place on the podium in 3rd position.
IRVINE, CA – KTM already has some heavy firepower in the GEICO AMA EnduroCross Championship with Taddy Blazusiak, (five-time GEICO EnduroCross champion) and Taylor Robert, (former Junior EnduroCross and WORCS champion) competing full-time for the 2014 championship. But for the upcoming Atlanta round, they will be joined by some of the biggest names from the East Coast off-road scene. KTM officials confirmed this week that Kailub Russell (2013 GNCC XC1 Champion), Steward Baylor (former GNCC XC2 and National Enduro Champion) and his younger brother, Grant Baylor (current GNCC XC2 Champion) have all committed to compete.
Red Bull KTM Factory riders Ken Roczen and Ryan Dungey split moto wins in Rd. 5 of the US Pro MX Championship series at the Muddy Creek National to finish 1-2 overall in the 450-class at Blountville, Tennessee.
Mt. Morris, PA – Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ken Roczen earned 2nd overall at the fourth round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Series held at High Point Raceway. His teammate, Ryan Dungey, earned 4th overall for the day after rebounding from a late race crash in the second moto.
Red Bull KTM Factory rider Taddy Blazusiak finished third at the opening round of the AMA EnduroCross Series at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas on Friday night while KTM Factory FMF/KTM rider Taylor Robert took fifth.
Red Bull KTM factory rider Marc Coma coasted into Valparaiso, Chile, on Saturday afternoon to pick up his fourth individual Dakar title and to secure KTM’s thirteenth title in this most toughest of rallies. Factory teammate Jordi Viladoms made it a memorable day for the Austrian manufacturer by finishing second overall.
Factory teammate Jordi Viladoms made it a memorable day for the Austrian manufacturer by finishing second overall.
It was perhaps Coma’s finest victory in his Dakar Career as he led the overall standings from Stage Five. He completed the 13-stage, near 9,000 km course in 54 hours 50.53, almost two hours ahead of second placed Viladoms.