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How much of a race is determined in the first fractions of a second? With the level of competition in both Supercross and Motocross being so closely matched, getting the right start can literally determine the outcome of a race.
The partnership of Honda Racing and Red Bull Racing in 2009 netted dozens of podium finishes, race wins, a second and a third in two championships, and a national woman’s motocross title and X-Games Supercross gold medal for Ashley Fiolek-the first woman in history ever to land a spot on the Honda factory team.
Professional motocross racing may be the original extreme sport, and today the sport features more extreme action than ever before.
2010 Honda Moto / Supercross Team
Click video to see the 2010 Honda Red Bull Motocross Team. The video includes motocross action and interviews with the 2010 Honda team that consists of Andrew Short, Davi Millsaps and female motocross sensation Ashley Fiolek.
After a very competitive 2009 season, which saw factory Honda Red Bull Racing rider Ashley Fiolek take the championship as well as increased national television coverage, MX Sports announces the 2010 Women’s Motocross (WMX) schedule.
With an increasingly deep field of talent, the series features eight races alongside the traditional 250 and 450 Classes. After introducing the eight-race season last year, the schedule receives a few small tweaks that are designed to broaden the reach and exposure of the WMX Class.
In conjunction with the American Motocross Festival, the season finale of the 2009 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship, defending Women’s Motocross champion and current WMX Class points leader Ashley Fiolek will have a once in a lifetime opportunity to throw out the honorary first pitch at tonight’s Pittsburgh Pirates game versus the St. Louis Cardinals.
Fiolek was selected for the special occasion and will take part on behalf of Honda Red Bull Racing and the Lucas Oil Motocross Championship.
The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) is pleased to announce that motocross racing phenom Ashley Fiolek will speak at the Aug. 19 Opening Ceremony of the fifth AMA International Women & Motorcycling Conference, presented by Harley Davidson and Buell, in Keystone, Colo.
The fact that Fiolek is deaf has never hampered her performance on the motocross track. She quickly demonstrated that she is a serious competitor in the professional ranks when she rode her way to the title in the 2008 AMA/WMA Women’s Professional Motocross Championship. This year has proved to be no different.
MX Sports Pro Racing took the next step at bringing women’s motocross to the forefront of American motocross when it announced the Women’s Class of the Lucas Oil Motocross Championship would be added to the 2009 season schedule.