Moto-X Race Reports. Page 10

  • Stewart delivers first 250 win at Dallas.

    Open article Stewart delivers first 250 win at Dallas.

    03 April 2005 Kawasaki superstar James 'Bubba' Stewart has won his first ever 250cc Supercross main event, on only his third attempt, after beating championship leader Ricky Carmichael and defending champion Chad Reed on Saturday night at Dallas.

  • Reed back-to-back with Orlando victory.

    Open article Reed back-to-back with Orlando victory.

    20 March 2005 Chad Reed has taken back-to-back AMA Supercross victories after triumphing in Saturday's nights visit to the Citrus Bowl, Orlando, in which he beat not only runaway points leader Ricky Carmichael but also a returning James 'Bubba' Stewart.

  • Reed defeats Carmichael at Daytona.

    Open article Reed defeats Carmichael at Daytona.

    12 March 2005 Defending AMA Supercross champion Chad Reed has won his second event of the season after beating runaway points leader Ricky Carmichael in Friday night's Daytona Supercross.

  • Carmichael storms St. Louis.

    Open article Carmichael storms St. Louis.

    06 March 2005 Team Suzuki's Ricky Carmichael stormed to his seventh win in the ninth-round of the 2005 THQ AMA Supercross Championship at St. Louis on Saturday - providing the flying Floridian with an increased 35-point championship lead.

  • Carmichael wins Atlanta thriller.

    Open article Carmichael wins Atlanta thriller.

    27 February 2005 Suzuki's Ricky Carmichael has won his sixth AMA Supercross race of the year after recovering from a fall to defeat reigning champion Chad Reed in a thrilling main event fight witnessed by 62,764 fans, on Saturday night at Atlanta's Georgia Dome.

  • Reed wins San Diego Supercross, RC falls.

    Open article Reed wins San Diego Supercross, RC falls.

    20 February 2005 Chad Reed has finally broken Ricky Carmichael's stranglehold on the 2005 AMA Supercross championship by taking a knife-edge victory over the Floridian on Saturday night at a damp San Diego.

  • Five in a row for faultless Carmichael.

    Open article Five in a row for faultless Carmichael.

    13 February 2005 Suzuki's Ricky Carmichael won his fifth consecutive AMA Supercross/World SX GP race in a row with victory over defending AMA champion Chad Reed at the RCA Dome, Indianapolis, on Saturday night.

  • Anaheim III – Carmichael 4.

    Open article Anaheim III – Carmichael 4.

    06 February 2005 Ricky Carmichael took his fourth consecutive AMA Supercross win in Saturday night's third and final visit to Angel Stadium, Anaheim, making the Floridian the only Suzuki rider in history to achieve such a feat.

  • Ricky beats Reed for three in a row.

    Open article Ricky beats Reed for three in a row.

    30 January 2005 Ricky Carmichael continued his early domination of the 2005 AMA Supercross Series by winning his third race in a row on Saturday night at SBC Park, San Francisco - but only after overcoming reigning AMA champion Chad Reed.

  • Carmichael wins Anaheim II for AMA points lead.

    Open article Carmichael wins Anaheim II for AMA points lead.

    23 January 2005 Ricky Carmichael has claimed his second consecutive AMA Supercross Series win in front of a sold out crowd at round three of the 2005 championship, held at this year's second visit to Angel Stadium, Anaheim.

  • Carmichael takes Phoenix victory – Bubba injured.

    Open article Carmichael takes Phoenix victory – Bubba injured.

    16 January 2005 The second round of the AMA Supercross championship may have provided the first dry race of the season, but fans were still deprived of the much anticipated Chad Reed vs. Ricky Carmichael vs. James Stewart clash after Bubba was forced to withdraw from the event.

  • Windham wins wet Anaheim I.

    Open article Windham wins wet Anaheim I.

    09 January 2005 Kevin Windham and wet Anaheim weather combined to topple the likes of Chad Reed, Ricky Carmichael and James 'Bubba' Stewart in Saturday's opening round of the 2005 AMA Supercross championship.

  • Carmichael claims Vancouver victory.

    Open article Carmichael claims Vancouver victory.

    12 December 2004 Ricky Carmichael has completed his pre 2005 AMA Supercross preparations in perfect fashion by winning the second round of the World SX GP championship, at Vancouver on Saturday, the final event before the two series combine.

  • Carmichael wins World SX GP season opener.

    Open article Carmichael wins World SX GP season opener.

    05 December 2004 Ricky Carmichael has won the opening round of the 2005 THQ World Supercross GP championship at Toronto's SkyDome – marking his first victory since signing for Suzuki.

  • Reed beats Carmichael at US Open.

    Open article Reed beats Carmichael at US Open.

    11 October 2004 Reigning AMA Supercross champion Chad Reed kicked off his 2005 season preparations in perfect fashion at last weekend's Maxxis US Open – winning both main events on his way to overall victory.

  • Belgium wins 2004 Motocross of Nations.

    Open article Belgium wins 2004 Motocross of Nations.

    03 October 2004 The 58th edition of the Motocross of Nations has ended with Belgium beating the home Dutch team - and a surprisingly strong French squad - to claim their 14th victory in the prestigious end of season event.

  • Pichon, Everts clash in Sun City finale.

    Open article Pichon, Everts clash in Sun City finale.

    26 September 2004 Tiscali Honda rider Mickael Pichon weathered second moto controversy in Sunday's Grand Prix of South Africa, the sixteenth and final round of the FIM MX1 Motocross World Championship, to claim his sixth triumph of the 2004 season.

  • Carmichael completes <I>second</I> perfect season!

    Open article Carmichael completes second perfect season!

    13 September 2004 On Sunday at Glen Helen Raceway, reigning AMA Motocross champion Ricky completed the impossible – for the second time: RC won both motos at the Californian season finale to complete a 100% win record and so repeat the perfect season, consisting of no less than 24 moto wins, that he first achieved in 2002.

  • Everts and Townley crowned at Ballykelly.

    Open article Everts and Townley crowned at Ballykelly.

    13 September 2004 Stefan Everts, 31, turned his dream to lift an eighth motocross world title into reality at Ballykelly in Northern Ireland.

  • Carmichael crowned AMA champion.

    Open article Carmichael crowned AMA champion.

    06 September 2004 Ricky Carmichael secured his fifth consecutive AMA 250cc Motocross title on Sunday at Steel City Raceway, the Honda hero wrapping up the crown one round early after continuing his perfect winning streak – which now stands at 11 events.

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