Kawasaki-Am-Motocross-6-28-13Irvine, Calif. – The second of two days of mini racing saw Monster Energy Kawasaki Team Green back on top of the podium at the Monster Energy Mammoth Motocross. Stilez Robertson took top honors on Wednesday by winning the 85cc 7-11 final and after finishing fourth on Tuesday, his 4-1 score gave him the overall AMA No.1 plate and championship in the class. Carson Mumford battled his teammate and finished in the runner-up spot while Sean Cantrell finished second in the 85cc 12-13 to take the overall championship in the class with a 1-2 score.

Family Affair
Stilez made the jump to the KX™85 for the 2013 season and after a slow start at the spring nationals, he was ready to prove himself at Mammoth. As the youngest member of Team Green, Stilez went out and bested his teammates and competitors in the 85cc 7-11 class to capture his first 85cc AMA championship. The Robertson family is a perfect example of the many motocross families that make up the amateur racing community. Mom, Dad, Sister, Brother all work together through the highs and lows and no matter the outcome they put family first.

KTM-Logo-2-14-12Murrieta, CA – KTM is excited to congratulate its amateur racing champions that won a combined 45 titles over the four week amateur racing extravaganza that took place during the month of March.

The four-week stint of amateur racing launched at the Millcreek Spring Championship then headed to sunny Florida for the Ricky Carmichael Daytona Amateur Supercross event. From there the KTM amateur racing truck headed to Texas for the final two events: Oak Hill International GNC and the James Stewart Freestone Spring Championship.

Morgantown, W.Va. (December 3, 2012) – MX Sports is pleased to announce the return of the 4th Annual Monster Energy Ricky Carmichael Daytona Amateur Supercross Championship (RCSX) to the legendary Daytona International Speedway. This prestigious amateur race will take place Sunday, March 10 and Monday, March 11, following Saturday’s Daytona Supercross by Honda.

This year will once again feature two full-days of racing, offering amateur racers even more track time and class options throughout the weekend. Highlighted changes for 2013 include the addition of the Masters (50+) class and the splitting of the 450 C and 250 C classes into two age-appropriate categories: (14-21) and (22+).

“MX Sports put great consideration into revising the classes for 2013 in order to provide greater opportunities for our participants,” said Event Director Tim Cotter. “Based off the high participation numbers in the past, our team made the decision to split the 450 C and 250 C classes into two categories in order to give racers more time on the track and an even greater opportunity to make the main event.”

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (May 14, 2012) – MX Sports Pro Racing and the National Promoters’ Group (NPG) announce the 2012 Amateur Days schedule that will run in conjunction with the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing. Amateur racing has long been the core of motocross in America, featuring the future stars of Lucas Oil Motocross and offering fans over the years a rare chance to catch a glimpse of future stars like Ricky Carmichael, James Stewart, Ryan Villopoto, Trey Canard and many more.

Whether it’s fulfilling the thrill of competition or simply enjoying a ride on the sport’s premier racetracks, motocross enthusiasts from all over the country can get their fix. In some cases, the same hallowed ground that will host the sport’s biggest names will be open to the public.

“Motocross is a family sport and the Amateur Day Program emphasizes that,” said MX Sports President Davey Coombs. “On any given weekend, hundreds of young riders and their families come to the track together and, more often that not, compete together simply out of love for the sport, and also a chance to be a part of the big show.”

The 2012 Amateur Day schedule will begin on Thursday, May 17, during the opening weekend of the season at the FMF Hangtown Motocross Classic in Sacramento. From there, amateurs from all over the country will have the one-of-a-kind chance to ride the same track as the Lucas Oil Motocross athletes during a National weekend for the remaining 11 rounds of the season.

The 2012 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship will commence this weekend, kicking off on May 19 with the legendary FMF Hangtown Motocross Classic.

Tickets for all 12 rounds of the 2012 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship can be found at www.allisports.com.

Torrance, CA: American Honda congratulates all the Honda racers who have earned a spot at this year’s prestigious AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship taking place August 1-6, 2011, at the Loretta Lynn Ranch in Hurricane Mills, TN. This year’s event celebrates 30 years of amateur racing at the famed Loretta Lynn Ranch and Honda’s been there every step of the way in support of the thousands of Honda racers who have lined up behind this famous starting gate over these past three decades.

“We are really excited to once again be a part of this premier event and proud of our continued trackside support for Honda-equipped racers at Loretta Lynn’s in 2011,” said Keith Dowdle, Assistant Manager Honda Riders Club of America® (HRCA®). “This year marks 30 years of Honda support for all the Honda racers who have earned a spot at this terrific grassroots racing event and it’s fantastic that more than 190 Honda riders will be racing this year. We encourage everyone to stop by our Honda amateur support compound whether it’s for some technical info or parts support or just to say hi and chat with the members of our amateur support team.”

New Berlin, Ny. (July 12, 2011) – The 2011 AMA ATV Motocross National Championship Series heads to Unadilla Valley Sports Center in New Berlin, Ny., July 16 and 17 for round 9 of the 11-round race series. With only three races left in the series, the championship title is coming down to the wire.

Round 8 mixed up the results board a bit as Chad Wienen dropped back to third in points, John Natalie tookover the lead and Josh Upperman advanced to within seven points from the leader. Rookie Chase Snapp finally captured his first-ever moto win in the AMA Pro class after putting in several top five finishes all season long. As one of the newest additions to the AMA Pro class, Snapp is acclimating himself to the Premier class very quickly this year.

UnadillaValley Sports Center is a premier racetrack in the northeast, home to both the AMA Pro Motocross and the AMA Pro ATV racing as well as the Can-Am Grand National Cross Country Series and several other Amateur motocross events.

WORTHAM, TX – The RiderDown Foundation (RDF) announced today they will be hosting a fundraising and informational booth Memorial Day weekend during the Lucas Oil AMA Motocross Championship at Freestone County Raceway in Wortham, Texas on May 27-30, 2011.  The RiderDown Foundation is a non-profit organization that helps off road riders of all types when they are injured while doing what they love.  The RiderDown staff consists of a group of volunteers that graciously donate their time and energy when help is needed most.

RiderDown is thrilled that Tony Miller of Freestone County Raceway has invited them to the Lucas Oil AMA Nationals again this year. Tony has been a huge supporter of the RiderDown Foundation. His efforts and help in bringing awareness and donations to the cause have been greatly appreciated.

“I think the 2011 National at Freestone is set for a new level of success.” says Mr. Miller.  “With the event on Memorial weekend, it allows spectators plenty of time for travel, including trips with their RVs to camp.  We have plenty of amateur racing set for the weekend with a Night Race on Friday, May 27th, the National on Saturday May 28th, then back to amateur racing Sunday through Monday,  May 29th and30th.  There is a vintage race on a new track, a cross country race set with a 5 mile course thru the ranch, the Women’s Amateur Championship – the WMA Cup and Amateur Day all held on the National Track.”  According to Tony, “We have something for everyone and we’re very pleased that RiderDown will be a part of this exciting weekend.”

The RiderDown Foundation has helped out hundreds of injured off road riders and their families when they needed it most.  Come by and visit the booth to find out more about RiderDown and the various ways for you to get involved and show your support.  There will be a silent auction with some great stuff from a number of riders and industry sponsors.  RDF will have t-shirts, hats and wristbands available.  If you would like to donate to RiderDown and will not be attending the Nationals, you can go online to www.riderdown.org.

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The core of motocross in America has long been rooted in the strong amateur racing scene featuring the future stars of the sport. As American Motocross enters its 40th year of world-class competition, MX Sports Pro Racing and the National Promoters Group (NPG) announce the 2011 Amateur Days schedule that will run in conjunction with each round of this summer’s Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship.

For 12 weeks, the world’s best riders engage in battle on the track for over 60 minutes across two grueling motos each Saturday afternoon, but before and after the pros take to the track, amateurs and enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels will have their chance to be a part of the outdoor nationals. Whether it’s racing bar-to-bar, or just enjoying a Sunday ride on the track, motocross lovers from all over the country can be a part of American Motocross through the Amateur Day Program and, in some cases, will even have the chance to compete on the same hallowed ground as the stars of the sport.

“Amateur Days were some of my greatest memories with my family,” said defending Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross 450 Class Champion Ryan Dungey. “There was nothing like racing the week of a national and then watching all the riders I looked up to compete on the same track. It brought an end to a perfect week and the best part about it was that I was able to enjoy it with my mom, my dad and my brothers.”

“The family atmosphere and the bond amongst loved ones is an underlying foundational element of the Amateur Day Program,” said MX Sports Vice President Davey Coombs. “On any given weekend, hundreds of campgrounds will be set up as families come to the track together and more often that not, compete together simply out of love for the sport.”

The 2011 Amateur Day schedule kicks off on Thursday, May 19, during the opening weekend of the season at the Rockstar Energy Hangtown Motocross Classic in Rancho Cordova, Calif. From there, 11 additional weekends will give amateurs from all over the country a one-of-a-kind chance to ride, which only takes place once a year, before coming to a conclusion the weekend of September 10 from Pala, Calif.

2011 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship Amateur Days Schedule*
Date(s) Track Day(s)
May 19-20 Hangtown Thursday, Friday
May 27-30 Freestone Friday, Sunday, Monday
June 10-12 High Point Friday, Sunday
June 17-18 Budds Creek Friday, Saturday Night
June 26 Thunder Valley Sunday
June 30 – July 3 RedBud Thursday, Friday (Day/Night), Saturday Night, Sunday
July 14-17 Spring Creek Thursday, Friday, Sunday
July 21-22 Washougal Thursday, Friday
Aug 12-14 Unadilla Friday, Sunday
Aug 28 Moto-X 338 Sunday
Sept 2-4 Steel City Friday, Sunday
Sept 11 Pala Sunday
*Riders should check with each specific track for specific list of classes and schedules, which are subject to change.

Tickets for the 2011 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship are on sale at www.allisports.com, Special discounts and incentives are available for advance ticket purchasers.

Morgantown, WV (February 2, 2011) – Motorsports fans are set for an exciting new show in 2011 with the expansion of Racer TV, creating a year-long program block combining coverage of the Can-Am Grand National Cross Country Series, the ATVMX National Championship Presented by DWT, the AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship Presented by Amsoil from Loretta Lynn Ranch, and the ISOC Amsoil Championship Snocross Series. Racer TV will now feature 52 straight weeks of powersports programming airing beginning on Sunday, April 17, 2011 on VERSUS (all schedules subject to change).

“Combining properties from four different racing series helps leverage us to an even bigger audience,” says Carrie Coombs, Manager of Racer TV. “We’ve increased the episodes and exposure for GNCC, ATV motocross and Loretta’s, as well as the ISOC Snocross series. And the 52-week format means fans can tune in every Sunday and catch great racing.”

Program partners include Can-Am, Suzuki, DWT and Amsoil. “We are really grateful for our program partners,” continued Coombs. “We have long-standing relationships with all of our partners and are really proud to bring Racer TV to this level of exposure with their support.”

Racer TV begins airing April 17th with coverage of the Westgate River Ranch ATV GNCC. For 8 weeks Racer TV will air at 3:00 pm. Starting May 29th, Racer TV shows will air at 5:30 p.m. and provide 30 minutes of coverage; Snocross will air for one hour from 5:00 to 6:00 pm.

Racer TV coverage includes: (31) episodes of GNCC Racing, featuring flag-to-flag coverage of (13) pro bike and (13) pro ATV rounds, and (5) additional episodes featuring utility, women and side-by-side classes; (11) episodes of pro ATVMX, including (7) episodes of the popular ATV 24/7 docudrama show and (4) episodes of flag-to-flag coverage; (2) episodes from the AMA Amateur Nationals at Loretta Lynn Ranch, highlighting youth and amateur racing; and (8) episodes of ISOC Snocross racing.

The Racer TV production team will continue to produce coverage of GNCC, ATVMX and Loretta Lynn amateur motocross, while Long Haul Productions will continue to produce the ATV 24/7 and ISCO Snocross shows.

To view the 2011 Racer TV Schedule, click HERE. For more details, contact Racer TV at media@gnccracing.com.