Articles Posted in the " Honda Supercross " Category

  • Honda Supercross: Tomac Delivers

    Honda Supercross: Tomac Delivers

    2011 Salt Lake City Supercross

    GEICO Honda Supercross Lites rookie rider Eli Tomac rode like a champion Saturday as he collected his second win of the 2011 season at Rice Eccles Stadium.

    The impressive wire-to-wire win lifted Tomac into second place in the Supercross Lites championship chase and leaves him just two points off the lead with opne race left.

  • Honda Supercross: Windham Talks Barcia

    Honda Supercross: Windham Talks Barcia

    2011 St. Louis Supercross

    Supercross legend Kevin Windham is enjoying the championship ride of his GEICO Honda Lites teammate Justin Barcia this season, and as the Monster Energy Series winds down with a stop this weekend at Edward Jones Stadium in St. Louis, the 32-year-old crowd favorite is enjoying the buzz generated by his 19-year-old counterpart.

  • AMA SX: Another Surgery for Josh Grant

    AMA SX: Another Surgery for Josh Grant

    AMA Supercross

    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).

  • Phoenix Supercross: Honda Report

    Phoenix Supercross: Honda Report

    Honda Supercross

    American Honda Racing’s Trey Canard recorded his first podium result of the season at round two of the 2011 AMA Supercross in Phoenix on Saturday, Jan. 15.

    Competing in his first full Supercross season for the factory Honda squad, Canard raced his Honda CRF450R to a third-place finish.

  • Honda Supercross: Windham to Phoenix

    Honda Supercross: Windham to Phoenix

    2011 AMA Supercross

    Veteran Supercross rider Kevin Windham is ready to kick up his game Saturday in Phoenix after a sixth-place result last weekend in Anaheim. Calif.

    The living Supercross legend is the lead dog on a GEICO Honda team that also features Lites riders Eli Tomac and Jimmy DeCotis, who replaced the injured Wil Hahn.