Joey Savatgy Injury Update

Joey Savatgy 2013 AMA Motocross 250MX Budds Creek - Air

FMF/Orange Brigade/KTM rider Joey Savatgy is on his way to recovery after sustaining a broken wrist at the sixth round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Series held at Budds Creek two weeks ago. Since the injury suffered in the second practice session of the event, Savatgy has had a screw placed in his […]

MotoGP’s Jorge Lorenzo Breaks Collarbone In Crash

MotoGP's Jorge Lorenzo Breaks Collarbone In Crash

Defending MotoGP champion Jorge Lorenzo suffered a major setback in his quest for another motorsports title. The Yamaha rider crashed at high speed as he was practicing in the Netherlands in anticipation of this weekend’s race at the Assen circuit. The day started brightly for Lorenzo. He was the overall leader of the practice rounds as […]

Yamaha Racing Endures A Race Of Attrition In Le Mans

Jorge Lorenzo 2013 MotoGP Le Mans - 7th Place

Jorge Lorenzo And Valentino Rossi Endure A Race Of Attrition In Le Mans Yamaha Factory Racing riders Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi endured a nightmare race today in the Monster Energy Grand Prix de France. Having enjoyed a dry track for both practice and qualifying the riders had to contend with full wet conditions to […]

2013 World Superbike Monza Results

2013 World Superbike Monza Race 1 Winner's Podium

World Superbike Crowns Two Winners At Monza The World Superbike motorsports series headed to the Monza circuit in Italy for its fourth round of the year. A doubleheader event provided plenty of chances for riders to claim a bit of glory, but the same three competitors took spots on the podium in each race. In […]

Kurt Caselli Wins Hare & Hound Round 4

Kurt Caselli 2013 AMA National Hare & Hound Lucerne Valley - 1st Place

Factory FMF/KTM rider Kurt Caselli won the fourth round of the AMA National Hare & Hound Series held in the desert of Lucerne Valley to capture his second win of the 2013 season. Caselli got a great jump off the start line and was sitting in second position as the riders ended the bomb run. […]