Moto-X Race Reports. Page 9

  • Everts waves goodbye to Sun City victory.

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    17 July 2005 A dramatic last lap race two error by eight-times world champion Stefan Everts handed Grand Prix of South Africa victory to Josh Coppins, who beat the Belgian in race one but looked set for a distant second in the final outing – until Everts waved to the Sun City crowd with just a few corners to go...

  • Carmichael again at Red Budd.

    Open article Carmichael again at Red Budd.

    04 July 2005 Ricky Carmichael raced his Team Makita Suzuki to two more runaway victories at round five of the AMA Motocross championship, at Red Bud in Michigan, increasing his series lead to a huge 69 points.

  • Coppins heads three-pronged Uddevalla Kiwi attack!

    Open article Coppins heads three-pronged Uddevalla Kiwi attack!

    03 July 2005 Three New Zealanders entered the Swedish Grand Prix, round ten of seventeen in the 2005 FIM Motocross World Championship and all of them would climb the podium in one class or another!

  • Townley dominates Grand Prix of France.

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    26 June 2005 Scorching hot temperatures couldn't stop Ben Townley from scoring his second double GP victory, in as many events, at Sunday's Grand Prix of France at St Jean d'Angely.

  • Carmichael claims Budds Creek – despite injury.

    Open article Carmichael claims Budds Creek – despite injury.

    20 June 2005 Team Suzuki's Ricky Carmichael increased his AMA Motocross Championship lead to 37 points with two start-to-finish victories on the new four-stroke RM-Z450 at Sunday's fourth round, at Budds Creek in Maryland, despite riding with a damaged finger.

  • Reed breaks RC's perfect moto streak.

    Open article Reed breaks RC's perfect moto streak.

    13 June 2005 Team Makita Suzuki's Ricky Carmichael claimed overall victory at the Southwick AMA 250cc National Motocross, despite crashing in the opening moto and finishing second to Yamaha's Chad Reed.

  • Townley sweeps Italy after double last lap luck.

    Open article Townley sweeps Italy after double last lap luck.

    12 June 2005 Ben Townley has won his second MX1 GP after winning both motos in Sunday's Grand Prix of Italy - but only after respective race leaders Brian Jorgensen and Stefan Everts suffered last lap misfortune.

  • Everts wins British GP, Nunn thrills home fans.

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    05 June 2005 Once more Great Britain produced a superb Motocross Grand Prix event with a healthy crowd and spectacular track helping to promote some great racing in the MX2 class, while the British fans witnessed a Stefan Everts master class in MX1.

  • Everts, Mackenzie big in Japan.

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    30 May 2005 The first Japanese Motocross Grand Prix for ten-years proved to be a great success with a superb track layout and organisation allowing the GP stars to offer a healthy crowd some great racing - especially during the second MX1 moto.

  • Carmichael beats Bubba for High Point double.

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    30 May 2005 Reigning AMA Motocross champion Ricky Carmichael continued his perfect start to the 2005 season by winning at High Point on Sunday, round two of the series, after catching and overtaking James 'Bubba' Stewart in both motos.

  • Carmichael dominates AMA Motocross opener.

    Open article Carmichael dominates AMA Motocross opener.

    23 May 2005 He may have suffered something of a demoralising finish to the AMA Supercross series - claiming the title but struggling to take victory in the second half of the season - but Ricky Carmichael marked his Outdoor debut with Team Suzuki in style at Hangtown on Sunday; winning both motos on his way to an early championship lead.

  • Pichon sweeps wet Grand Prix of Europe.

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    15 May 2005 Mickael Pichon Honda celebrated his first MX1 'double' of the season by winning both motos at a wet Grand Prix of Europe, at Teutschenthal, on Sunday - a result which, combined with a lowly eleventh in the first moto for series-leader Stefan Everts, has tightened the championship chase considerably

  • Everts, McFarlane win at Namur.

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    08 May 2005 Stefan Everts led an L&M Yamaha one-two in the premier MX1 Motocross World Championship class at Namur today; the reigning world champion extending his 2005 advantage after taking overall victory ahead of team-mate Brian Jorgensen at the famous citadel circuit, which was at its unforgiving best after further overnight rain.

  • Reed wins Vegas, Millsaps claims Shootout.

    Open article Reed wins Vegas, Millsaps claims Shootout.

    08 May 2005 Chad Reed may have lost the war, but he has at least won the final battle of the 2005 AMA Supercross season by taking victory on Saturday night at Sam Boyd Stadium, in front of 39,106 fans.

  • Carmichael wins 2005 AMA Supercross title.

    Open article Carmichael wins 2005 AMA Supercross title.

    01 May 2005 Suzuki's Ricky Carmichael has won his fourth 250cc AMA Supercross championship - his 12th AMA National title - after finishing third at Reliant Stadium, Houston, on Saturday night.

  • Everts retakes title lead with Portuguese overall.

    Open article Everts retakes title lead with Portuguese overall.

    24 April 2005 Reigning MX1 world champion Stefan Everts has regained the early title lead after taking overall victory at round three of the 2005 season; the Grand Prix of Portugal at the Agueda circuit.

  • Townley takes first MX1 win at second attempt.

    Open article Townley takes first MX1 win at second attempt.

    17 April 2005 Reigning MX2 world champion Ben Townley has won his first ever premier MX1 class grand prix at only his second attempt, after taking victory in today's Grand Prix of Spain, at Bellpuig – while Mickael Pichon took the early championship lead.

  • Stewart wins Seattle, Carmichael takes SX GP title

    Open article Stewart wins Seattle, Carmichael takes SX GP title

    17 April 2005 Kawasaki's James Stewart won his second career AMA Supercross Series main event in front of 49,532 fans at the first-ever race at Qwest Field, Seattle, on Saturday, but third place for Ricky Carmichael gave the Suzuki rider the 2005 World SX GP title.

  • Reed wins Pontiac, Langston claims East crown.

    Open article Reed wins Pontiac, Langston claims East crown.

    10 April 2005 Yamaha's Chad Reed has won his fourth THQ AMA Supercross Series race of the season after taking a surprise victory over points leader Ricky Carmichael and the charging James 'Bubba' Stewart on Saturday night at the Pontiac Silverdome in front of 51,142 fans.

  • Everts overcomes Pichon, Smets for Zolder victory.

    Open article Everts overcomes Pichon, Smets for Zolder victory.

    03 April 2005 Reigning eight-times world champion Stefan Everts has got his 2005 MX1 title defence off to a promising start after taking a narrow overall victory in the season-opening Grand Prix of Flanders, at Zolder.

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