PAYSON, UT – Jeff Lambe and Kenny Wagner received 1st and 2nd place in www.RMFantasySX.com this year, respectively. On June 16-17, they attended a special event at the Pro Circuit headquarters in California to customize new Kawasaki bikes. Jeff was awarded a KX450F, and Kenny was awarded a KX250F.
All German Motorsports has released a new tool that helps address not being able to accurately measure and or set the shock reservoir piston depth during service in order to prevent upsetting the ratio of nitrogen to oil, as per mfg. specs.
It was an exciting weekend of racing for the RJ37 team at Miller Motorsports Park just outside Salt Lake City, UT for Rounds 7 & 8 of the Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing Series (LOORRS). Like every race this season so far, Rounds 7 & 8 had its fair share of ups and downs, but nothing could spoil the high of the weekend as RJ put the #37 Polaris RZR / Monster Energy Pro-2 on the box for the first time!
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Colton Haaker won round three of the 2014 GEICO AMA EnduroCross Championship inside the Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, California. The Rockstar, Lucas Oil JCR Honda rider dominated the day by setting the fastest hot lap, winning his heat race and then passing Beta USA’s Cody Webb to take the main event win.
PRAIRIE CITY SVRA, CA: Thousands of fans weathered the triple digit heat last weekend at the MetalCloak Stampede to watch one of the most exciting ULTRA4 races to date. The main event saw two former and the current King of The Hammers each take a turn at leading throughout the 45 minute race. That is until the final lap, when Tom Wayes worked his way from a rear start to claim the checkered flag, and his first ULTRA4 win.
Wayes had the fastest qualifying lap on Friday morning, however after suffering mechanical issues, he was unable to race in Friday afternoon’s prelim races. The top 3 drivers from prelims moved directly to the main event on Saturday afternoon. Nitto Tire driver Loren Healy won the fastest prelim heat which put him on the pole for the main event with Shannon Campbell starting beside him.
RENO, Nev. — Already with a total of five airings confirmed, Round 2 of the 2014 SCORE World Desert Championship will debut this Sunday at 6 p.m. (PT) with a one-hour CBS Sports Spectacular special on the CBS Sports Network.
SCORE International announced in February that CBS Sports Network will televise the entire five-race 2014 SCORE World Desert Championship series. Each one-hour telecast will air approximately one month following each event, starting with this Sunday’s telecast of the Inaugural SCORE Imperial Valley 250 desert race.
Here is a video preview for the trailer of this week’s show:
SAN DIEGO — Andy McMilin and Quinn Cody, both accomplished champion SCORE desert racers will be in the SCORE spotlight on tonight’s SCORE Dirt LiveHD Internet show. Round 3 of the five-race 2014 SCORE World Desert Championship—the 46th Tecate SCORE Baja 500—will be held this week in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico, 86 miles south of the U.S. border at San Diego.
Celebrating its 41st season in 2014 as the World’s Foremost Desert Racing Organization, during tonight’s 22nd episode of the 2014 SCORE Dirt LiveHD season at 7 p.m. (PT) in addition to the interviews with SCORE champion racers McMillin and Cody, a special promo video will air for the next SCORE telecast on the CBS Sports Network.
IRVINE, Calif. –Round one of the 2014 GEICO AMA EnduroCross Championship went down in Las Vegas as one of the most exciting races in EnduroCross history. Beta USA’s Cody Webb took the win by riding a nearly flawless race—narrowly missing the on-track carnage and cleanly lapping the challenging course lap-after-lap.
This was the first time the WORCS series had ventured out to the Ridgecrest fairgrounds, but having raced there a few times in the past I had a slight suspicion that the course was going to be fast and full of chop. The track definitely lived up to my impression winding through the surrounding flat, desert terrain providing wide open straightaways and fast, flowing corners, linked together by the motocross course, the bull ring/Endurocross section and some technical piles of a mixture of dirt and asphalt. With the pro race being held at one o’clock on Sunday afternoon, the corners would be well burned in, the chop would be at its sharpest, and the desert winds would be howling; it was very much going to be a hold on and click the gears kind of race.