While practicing at his training facility in Florida for last weekend's Supercross round in St. Louis, Red Bull KTM Factory's Ryan Dungey suffered a crash.
GEICO Honda's Eli Tomac will be gunning for his fourth straight Monster Energy AMA Supercross Lites West victory this Saturday in the same place - Qualcomm Stadium - where he won his first Supercross race a year ago.
Reigning Supercross Lites champion Justin Barcia rose above the mud and the muck of a rain-soaked Daytona International Raceway to score his fourth victory of the season Saturday night.
Aboard his powerful GEICO Honda CRF250, Barcia held off two furious charges by rival Blake Baggett to remain perfect on the season.
With the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series in the middle of four straight weeks in the state of California, GEICO Honda's riders are taking the opportunity to stay out West and train together ahead of this weekend's second stop at Angel Stadium of Anaheim.
With the first race of the season providing little taste of success, the riders in the GEICO Honda stable are ready for bigger things at the second stop of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross tour this Saturday at Chase Field.
GEICO Honda rider Eli Tomac scored his third consecutive Supercross victory Saturday night at a sold-out Angels Stadium, padding his lead in the Lites West standings from 15 to 22 points with four races left on the schedule.
With the first race - and win - under his belt, GEICO Honda's Justin Barcia is headed into this weekend's Monster Energy AMA Supercross Lites East race at the Georgia Dome relaxed and confident.
With four races completed in the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship, the GEICO Honda team already has surpassed its 2011 success.
Heavy rainfall plagued Daytona Saturday evening for the 10th round of the 2012 AMA Supercross Championship.
But although the slippery conditions slowed some of the series' top riders, JGRMX Yamaha's James Stewart went on to win his second race of 2012 SX.
JDR/J-Star/KTM team rider PJ Larsen has returned to riding for the first time since injuring his hand one week before the AMA West Supercross Lites Series kicked off.
Larsen, who has taken the past three weeks off from riding, began riding some local motocross tracks this week to evaluate the strength in his hand.