2011 LA Supercross
American Honda may be ready to let the dogs out for the inaugural Monster Energy AMA Supercross at Dodger Stadium on Saturday night. Honda CRs has won a record 16 times in inaugural races at new SX venues, followed by Yamaha with 10 and Kawasaki with 8.
Rockstar Energy Suzuki scored a podium to break the Kawasaki Lites stronghold (who swept A1) and a top-10 finish in the second round of the 2011 AMA/FIM Supercross Lites Championship season on Saturday night at Chase Field in Phoenix, Ariz.
Supercross 2010 Results | Final
Ryan Dungey and the Rockstar Makita Suzuki team had one day to enjoy their brand-new No. 1 plate they received Saturday night after clinching the 2010 AMA/FIM World Supercross Championship in Seattle. Dungey is only the second rookie to win the title and the youngest.
Rockstar Energy Suzuki’s Ryan Morais, after seeing a specialist yesterday, is expected to return to the AMA Western Regional Supercross Lites class by Anaheim 3, on February 13th. Morais was injured during his heat race on Saturday night in Anaheim, when another rider landed on top of him after tripling part of a rhythm section. Morais was running second in the heat until the incident.
According to Team Manager Bill Keefe the doctor concluded that Morais doesn’t have any broken bones.
Anaheim 2 proved to be a tough round for Supercross Lites rider Ryan Morais who crashed during his heat race. Ryan was running in second place in the qualifier until another rider landed on top of him while attempting to triple the last part of the rhythm section before turn six.
Ryan was quickly taken off the track to the Asterisk mobile medical unit, and Ryan was later transported to nearby UCI Medical Center, where he stayed until he was released at approximately 2:30 Sunday morning.
Through 16 races, 11 states, and 14 cities, the most intense and closely contested Monster Energy® AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, season in history draws to an exciting conclusion this weekend at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas.