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2011 AMA Motocross
It’s been a long recovery for American Honda’s Josh Grant. But five months following after a second surgery on the knee he busted up in Round 2 of the AMA Supercross, the Riverside, Calif., will make a return.
2011 AMA Supercross
Heading into Seattle Supercross, American Honda’s Trey Canard was fifth in the point standings, 20 points behind the series’ leader Ryan Villopoto (Monster Energy Kawasaki).
But with three rounds remaining, Canard will finish with 255 points due to an injury he suffered while practicing for the upcoming AMA Motocross season.
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After crashing at Round 2 of the AMA Supercross series in Phoenix, Josh Grant sustained injury to his right knee that required surgery. Due to seriousness of the injury, Grant has been sidelined for the remainder of the AMA Supercross season, American Honda reported Tuesday.
American Honda was aiming to have both Trey Canard and Josh Grant lead the Honda Racing team for 2011 to contest both the AMA Supercross Championship and AMA Motocross Championship aboard Honda CRF450R race motorcycles.
Josh Grant was back under the knife once again Thursday due to an injury sustained at Round 2 of the 2011 AMA Supercross series in Phoenix.
Grant, of Riverside, Calif., had surgery on his knee, and doctor’s repaired the Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL).
AMA Women’s Motocross News
American Honda is proud to announce that two-time WMA Women’s Motocross Champion and two-time X Games Gold Medal winner Ashley Fiolek will be racing once again in 2011 with the American Honda Racing factory team.
After racking up multiple Supercross and Motocross Lites wins aboard his Honda CRF250R, including winning the U.S. Open of Supercross, Josh Grant transitioned well to the big-bike class in 2009, winning the Anaheim Supercross opener that year.