Moto-X Race Reports. Page 8

  • Stewart fights back with wet San Francisco win.

    Open article Stewart fights back with wet San Francisco win.

    29 January 2006 James Stewart overcame appalling weather conditions at San Francisco's fourth round of the 2006 AMA Supercross championship to end reigning champion Ricky Carmichael's two race win streak - extending Stewart's World SX GP championship advantage and placing him back within 2-points of the AMA championship lead.

  • Carmichael claims Anaheim II.

    Open article Carmichael claims Anaheim II.

    23 January 2006 Reigning AMA Supercross champion Ricky Carmichael has taken his second consecutive win of the 2006 season - after catching and then capitalising on a late race fall by title rival James Stewart - during round three of the series, which marked the second of three visits to Angel Stadium, Anaheim.

  • Carmichael wins Phoenix Supercross.

    Open article Carmichael wins Phoenix Supercross.

    16 January 2006 Team Makita Suzuki's Ricky Carmichael grabbed his first win of the season in Saturday night's second-round AMA Supercross Championship event at Phoenix.

  • Stewart wins Anaheim.

    Open article Stewart wins Anaheim.

    09 January 2006 Kawasaki's James Stewart won the opening round of the AMA Amp'd Mobile Supercross Series in front of a sell-out crowd at Anaheim's Angel Stadium, beating rivals Chad Reed and Ricky Carmichael into the lower podium places.

  • Stewart dominates Vancouver.

    Open article Stewart dominates Vancouver.

    11 December 2005 James 'Bubba' Stewart has taken his second World Supercross GP victory in as many starts after dominating Saturday night's second round of the 2006 championship, held at Vancouver's B.C. Place Stadium, Canada.

  • Stewart wins World SX GP season opener.

    Open article Stewart wins World SX GP season opener.

    04 December 2005 Kawasaki's James Stewart has put his injury littered debut premier-class season behind him by beating defending champion Ricky Carmichael for victory in the opening round of the 2006 Amp'd Mobile World Supercross GP championship, held at Rogers Centre, in Toronto, Canada.

  • Carmichael leads USA to 'Nations victory.

    Open article Carmichael leads USA to 'Nations victory.

    25 September 2005 Two races wins for Ricky Carmichael led America to their 16th Motocross of Nations title, matching the all-time win record held by Great Britain, after three thrilling finals held in front of 36,000 vocal fans at Ernee, France today (Sunday).

  • Everts wins Irish season finale.

    Open article Everts wins Irish season finale.

    17 September 2005 Newly crowned nine-times world champion Stefan Everts has completed his latest title-winning season in style by taking victory in the season ending Grand Prix of Ireland, the seventeenth round of the 2005 MX1 Motocross World Championship.

  • RC completes third perfect season, Tedesco crowned

    Open article RC completes third perfect season, Tedesco crowned

    12 September 2005 Newly-crowned AMA Motocross Champion Ricky Carmichael has once again made AMA Motocross history by winning the twelfth and final round of the 2005 series, held at Glen Helen Raceway - to complete a third undefeated season!

  • Carmichael collects sixth 250cc AMA Outdoor title.

    Open article Carmichael collects sixth 250cc AMA Outdoor title.

    05 September 2005 Team Makita Suzuki's Ricky Carmichael captured his sixth consecutive 250cc AMA Motocross Championship at Steel City Raceway on Sunday - with one round remaining in the 12-round series.

  • Everts, Cairoli clinch 2005 world titles.

    Open article Everts, Cairoli clinch 2005 world titles.

    04 September 2005 The 2005 Grand Prix of The Netherlands will hold a special place in Yamaha motocross history after the Japanese manufacturer captured both the MX1 and MX2 world titles, one round early, courtesy of Stefan Everts and Antonio Cairoli.

  • Townley heads KTM English GP sweep.

    Open article Townley heads KTM English GP sweep.

    28 August 2005 After three muddy events, the Isle of Wight was like a tonic for the 2005 FIM Motocross World Championship and spectators and racers alike enjoyed the perfect British weather!

  • Carmichael sweeps Binghamton, Stewart falls again.

    Open article Carmichael sweeps Binghamton, Stewart falls again.

    22 August 2005 Defending AMA Motocross champion Ricky Carmichael now has one hand on the 2005 championship after continuing his unbeaten run to an amazing 25 events.

  • Everts ends drought with wet German win.

    Open article Everts ends drought with wet German win.

    21 August 2005 Heavy rain turned the 2005 Grand Prix of Germany into a battle for survival - which fittingly ended with reigning eight-times world champion Stefan Everts back on the top of an MX1 podium.

  • Carmichael out of sight at Millville.

    Open article Carmichael out of sight at Millville.

    15 August 2005 Team Makita Suzuki's Ricky Carmichael raced to two more runaway victories at Sunday's AMA Motocross Championship round at Spring Creek Motocross Park in Millville, Minnesota to increase his series lead to 89 points with three rounds to go.

  • Strijbos shocks with first GP victory.

    Open article Strijbos shocks with first GP victory.

    07 August 2005 Kevin Strijbos scored a surprise first ever Grand Prix victory on an incident packed Sunday at a wet Loket circuit in the Czech Republic; the 13th round in a long 17-race 2005 FIM MX1 World Championship.

  • Carmichael walks Washougal.

    Open article Carmichael walks Washougal.

    01 August 2005 Team Makita Suzuki's Ricky Carmichael has increased his AMA Motocross lead with two walk-away wins in Sunday's eighth-round at Washougal, Washington.

  • Pichon claims comeback victory.

    Open article Pichon claims comeback victory.

    31 July 2005 Mickael Pichon made a sweet return to World Championship motocross today by winning the Grand Prix of Wallonie at a showery and chilly Nismes circuit in southern Belgium.

  • Super seven for Carmichael.

    Open article Super seven for Carmichael.

    25 July 2005 Team Makita Suzuki's Ricky Carmichael won his seventh consecutive AMA Motocross race of the season at Thunder Valley, Colorado, on Sunday after taking both moto wins.

  • Carmichael wins Unadilla despite Stewart take-out.

    Open article Carmichael wins Unadilla despite Stewart take-out.

    18 July 2005 Team Makita Suzuki's Ricky Carmichael may have lost a moto at Unadilla - following a spectacular collision with James Stewart - but the reigning AMA Motocross champion recovered to win both race two and take the overall.

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