Tag "Rockstar Triple Crown"

Tyler Medaglia Injury Update

Tyler Medaglia Injury Update By Billy Rainford Another rider who hit the ground hard at this year’s Montreal Supercross is #5 Monster Energy Alpinestars Piller’s Kawasaki rider Tyler Medaglia. During his qualifying session, Tyler headed into the triple on/off section and was thrown over the bars and to the ground. He was pretty shaken up but was able to get up with some assistance and head off the track. We

Tanner Ward Injury Update

Tanner Ward Injury Update By Billy Rainford The Red Bull KTM Thor racing team suffered injuries to both of their 250 racers last weekend at the Montreal Supercross. Jess Pettis is out with a torn ACL in his left knee and #14 Tanner Ward is nursing a wrist and elbow injury suffered earlier in the day during practice on the fast Montreal track. He went down hard in one of

#62 Michael DaSilva Returned to Racing at the Montreal SX

62 Michael DaSilva Returned to Racing at the Montreal SX By Billy Rainford I’ve known Michael DaSilva and the entire DaSilva family for a long time now. I’ve watched both Michael and his little brother, Chris DaSilva, come up through the 65cc class all the way to where they are now in the Pro ranks. We didn’t see Michael in 2019 until last weekend at the Montreal Supercross because he

McThoughts | Montreal SX | 450 Class

McThoughts | Montreal SX | 450 Class By Jeff McConkey Photos by Billy Rainford The 450 class had sone serious talent in Montreal for 2019. The fans were really treated to some top notch racers this year and they all delivered some great racing. The track was tamed down quite a bit to accommodate the ATV’s and Buggy racing, so it didn’t allow the top guys to really get away

McThoughts | Montreal SX | 250 Class

McThoughts | Montreal SX | 250 Class By Jeff McConkey Photos by Billy Rainford Going into this year’s Montreal Supercross, the 250 class looked great on paper. Quite a few guys that could win, but when the night was over, we were missing 3 potential winners. Josh Osby missed the event due to a wedding, Tyler Medaglia sat out due to a scary qualifying crash, and Jess Pettis suffered a

Montreal Supercross Results (Updated)

Montreal Supercross Results (Updated) 250 PRO – Overall Finish Positions   View LaptimesMoto 1Moto 2  Points for this classROCKSTAR TRIPLECROWN SERIES 2019SXTOUR 2019 Overall Nbr   Name Moto 1 Moto 2 Points Earned  1st   #19   DYLAN WRIGHT  5th 2nd 48  2nd   #94   LUKE RENZLAND   9th 1st 47  3rd   #221   MATHIAS JORGENSEN   3rd 7th 44  4th   #48   WESTEN WROZYNA NEWTONVILLE, ON 6th 4th 43  5th   #471   LOGAN KARNOW   2nd 11th 42  6th   #11   DAVEY FRASER    10th

Jess Pettis Injury Update

Jess Pettis Injury Update By Billy Rainford After a dominant win in the first 250 main/moto at the Montreal Supercross this past Saturday night, the defending Canadian Supercross champion, Jess Pettis, washed out his front end on the track that had just been raced on by quads, dabbed his foot, and went down in the first turn of the 2nd main. He spent quite some time just gathering himself and

Podcasts | 2019 Montreal Supercross

Podcasts | 2019 Montreal Supercross We talk with a few riders at the end of the night at the 2019 Montreal Supercross. 250 Class: #14 Tanner Ward KTM #146 Tyler Gibbs KAW #131 Jayce Pennington YAM #471 Logan Karnow KAW #48 Westen Wrozyna KAW #19 Dylan Wright HON 450 Class: #10 Justin Brayton HON #3 Shawn Maffenbeier YAM #12 Cade Clason KAW #15 Dean Wilson HSK

Montreal SX Preview

Montreal SX Preview By Billy Rainford and Jeff McConkey We’re about to get the action going again for the third and final piece of the Rockstar Energy Triple Crown Tour pie — Supercross. This series will be 3 rounds, beginning with the Montreal Supercross this Saturday night. The next 2 rounds will be in Quebec City (October 5th) and finally in Hamilton (October 19th). The Arenacross and Motocross portions are

Catching Up with Josh Cartwright

Catching Up with Josh Cartwright By Billy Rainford #519 Josh Cartwright just won the 450 Pro class in the 2019 Challenge Quebec Provincial Championships. It was his first full MX series competed in as a Pro rider. The Tennessee/Florida rider also raced the eastern portion of the 2019 Rockstar Energy Triple Crown MX Nationals and will now prepare for the 3-round Canadian SX series before tackling the Monster Energy AMA