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Honda Two-Stroke Race Bikes
For the first time ever, official Honda Racing Corporation (HRC) replacement parts for two-stroke, Honda RS125R and RS250R road-race motorcycles are available from all authorized Honda motorcycle dealers in the United States, American Honda announced Tuesday.
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 Racing has provided an updated on Josh Grant after his motorcycle crash and injury while racing in round two of the 2011 AMA Supercross Championship in Phoenix this past weekend.
Josh Grant, the Riverside, Calif. mx rider, will undergo arthroscopic surgery on his right knee tomorrow as a result of the injuries sustained.
American Honda announced today that Honda Red Bull Racing’s Andrew Short underwent further medical examinations as a result of his crash at the San Diego Supercross over the weekend.
Short has sustained a lower leg injury, which is expected to sideline him for approximately six weeks. Short will, however, still be in attendance at Angel Stadium to meet fans, sign autographs and participate in all Honda Red Bull Racing PR activities this weekend at Anaheim 3.
American Honda will release further details regarding Short’s injuries when all tests have been completed.
After a day filled with rain, a well-groomed track greeted riders inside San Diego’s Qualcomm Stadium for the fifth round of the 2010 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship. 51,843 Southern California fans braved the weather as Davi Millsaps, of Murrieta, California, captured the AMA Supercross class victory. Monster Energy / Pro Circuit / Kawasaki’s Jake Weimer, of Rupert, Idaho, won his fourth AMA Supercross Lites class victory in five races of the Western Regional Championship.