Beyond the Finish Line is a new series of videos that follows the Rockstar Energy Suzuki Racing and other Rockstar Energy team riders on and off the track as they take on the 2013 AMA/ FIM Supercross and Motocross seasons.

Get a behind the scenes and see what it takes to be the best; and the perks that come with it. More episodes will be produced every two weeks starting this month and running through the entire Supercross and Motocross seasons.

To watch the video, check out the link below:

Team Yoshimura Suzuki Racing’s Brett Metcalfe had plenty to celebrate after round three of the 2012 AMA Pro Motocross Championships at the Thunder Valley National in Lakewood on Saturday as team mate James Stewart crashed and failed to score after injuring his wrist.

Metcalfe raced his 2012 Yoshimura Suzuki RM-Z450 to a solid fifth-place overall, which included a podium finish in the first moto, but Stewart crashed while leading the first moto after a lapse of concentration when an individual crossed the track in front of him.

To say that Stewart suffered bad luck would be an understatement of epic proportions: Having won the first four motos of the season, he came into the Colorado event ready to race and he qualified fastest. In the first 450 moto, Stewart got a decent start and charged ahead on his Yoshimura Suzuki RM-Z450 to take the lead, but as he attempted to negotiate one of the fastest sections of the course, he unexpectedly encountered a person walking across the track. Immediately distracted, Stewart went down hard and injured his wrist and, hoping to minimise the damage, he did not race the second moto.

Production of the new 2012 Rockstar Energy Suzuki MX1 and MX2 team video has just been completed.

Filmed on location at Geboers Racing Promotion HQ in Belgium during the recent Rockstar Energy Suzuki World MX1 and Rockstar Energy Suzuki Europe MX2 teams’ official 2012 Photo Shoot by top filmographer Mikey Neale, the High Definition production is a must-watch documentary-style production for all motocross fans.

The in-depth look at the team is a unique view of everything that goes on behind the scenes.

January 9, 2011 – Phoenix, AZ – 2XL Games, the leader in off-road digital racing games, today announced that the company’s acclaimed racing app, Ricky Carmichael’s Motocross Matchup PRO, is now available FREE-TO-PLAY for PC.

In addition, 2XL announced that PC players will be able to challenge their friends on iOS and Android, a first in off-road digital racing. Cross-platform gaming has long been sought after by gamers and Motocross Matchup delivers in spades. Players can races against mobile opponents directly from the PC version of the game.

Ricky Carmichael’s Motocross Matchup PRO pits PC players against online competitors from around the globe on iOS and Android devices for the first time!  Racers have the chance to bang bars with some of the best in the business, including Ricky Carmichael himself!  Players can either select a rider outfitted in all of the latest Fox gear riding an official Suzuki racing bike or create their own rider and design their own personalized bike from hundreds of rider and bike attributes.  Featuring Practice and Online Multiplayer Match-up modes, Ricky Carmichael’s Motocross Matchup PRO includes a full achievement system and leaderboards and the opportunity to compete in varied pre-set control schemes. In Online Multiplayer Match-up mode, players can go head-to-head on indoor tracks based on real 2011 Supercross track layouts or race on Outdoor National tracks including Ricky’s very own backyard.  Video out support allows players to crank up the action on their TV in multiple camera views including first-person with handle bars.

Ricky Carmichael’s Motocross Matchup PRO is available for FREE download here:

http://www.2xlgames.com/#ricky-carmichaels-motocross-matchup-1e88df

or here:

http://download.cnet.com/Ricky-Carmichael-s-Motocross-Matchup/3000-2117_4-75628563.html