Seattle SX Links

Seattle SX Links

Thanks to MXerDW over at MX Forum for posting this week’s Seattle SX links: RacerX – Injury Report Seattle Live Timing and Scoring Mobile Live Timing and Scoring Qualifying stream: (12:50pm PT or 3:50pm ET) Supercrosslive Race Day Live Livestream Supercross Qualifying Results and Points Live TV Coverage: TV Schedule Fox Sports 1 – at 7pm PT or 10pm ET Live Internet race coverage: Fox Sports Go App Watch the

Frid’Eh Update #15 Presented by Husqvarna Canada

Frid’Eh Update #15 Presented by Husqvarna Canada By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford Welcome to the 15th week of the year and the DMX Frid’Eh Update. Spokane, Washington’s Brad Nauditt has become a staple on the Canadian Moto scene. The friendly American has been heading north to race our Rockstar Energy MX Series for years and can usually be found rounding the first turn with the leaders. Here’s a look

Out of the Blue | Carlene Johnson | Schrader’s

Out of the Blue | Carlene Johnson | Schrader’s By Jeff McConkey Name: Carlene Johnson Birthday: February 4, 2002 Hometown: Wainwright, AB School and Grade: Wainwright High School, Grade 10 Number: 18 Bike: KX 100 and YZ 125 Race Club: AMSA Classes: Ladies and Schoolboy   How did you get started in racing? My family always had dirt bikes, but never really knew about motocross until my older brother got into it and introduced

McThoughts | St Louis SX | 450 Class

McThoughts | St Louis SX | 450 Class By Jeff MeConkey Oh, what it could have been. Ryan Dungey and Eli Tomac had finally started together, and it looked like we were in for an epic battle for 20 minutes. That was until Chad Reed and his ruffled feathers jacked up Ryan Dungey and his momentum. It’s honestly a bummer that Reed’s poor judgment could actually affect the outcome of

McThoughts | St Louis SX | 250 Class

McThoughts | St Louis SX | 250 Class By Jeff McConkey The 250 East lined up for the last time before their short mid-season break. So far this season, we have had 4 different winners, and to be honest… nothing is set in stone. Joey Savatgy won the open and it looked like he was the man to beat. Then Zach Osborne stepped up and looked unbeatable. Zach had some

Larry Enticer at the CSRA Vintage Snowcross Race

Larry Enticer at the CSRA Vintage Snowcross Race By Billy Rainford Our old friend, #69 Larry Enticer, hits the slopes of Horseshoe Resort for the CSRA Vintage Snowcross. Things didn’t work out as well as Larry would have liked, but like the old saying goes, “Last place is the first one to the cooler!”