Suzuki’s in a great place right now in the motocross market due to the success of James Stewart in the early weeks of AMA Motocross this year.
James Stewart’s relationship with Team Yoshimura Suzuki got off to a great start when the new rider won both 450cc motos at the opening round of the 2012 Lucas Oil Pro AMA Motocross Championship.
At this time of year, it can often feel like a carousel as motocross riders move from team to team.
Just days after splitting with Joe Gibbs Racing, James Stewart has signed with Yoshimura Suzuki on a multi-year deal that will see the young rider compete in AMA Motocross and Supercross.
Ryan Dungey Wins The Las Vegas Supercross Red Bull/KTM Factory rider Ryan Dungey earned his fourth victory of the season when he took another win at the Las Vegas Supercross Finale at Sam Boyd Stadium. Dungey’s win in Las Vegas solidified that he has made a full recovery and is 100% ready for the outdoors. [...]
Ryan Dungey Wins Salt Lake City Supercross In only his second week back after returning from injury, Red Bull/KTM Factory rider Ryan Dungey claimed his third Supercross class victory of the season as he crossed the finish line first at the Salt Lake City Supercross. Dungey’s day started with mixed emotions. He was able to [...]
Ken Roczen Earns First Career Supercross Class Podium At Seattle Supercross Red Bull/KTM Factory rider Ken Roczen earned his first Supercross class career podium aboard his KTM 350 SX-F at the Seattle Supercross race held at Century Link Field when he crossed the checkered flag in 2nd position. Tonight marked two highly anticipated returns as [...]
Ryan Villopoto Continues Dominance With New Orleans Victory Ryan Villopoto has already clinched the 2012 AMA Supercross series, but that didn’t seem to change his riding style much at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. One week after officially capturing the title, Villopoto turned in perhaps his most dominant performance to date, easily picking up [...]
At this point, it appears that the AMA Supercross series is all but over, as Ryan Villopoto has built up a commanding lead. However, second and third place are still up for grabs, and one of the riders with a chance at those spots is James Stewart. Unfortunately, Stewart was sidelined with an injury two [...]
Ryan Villopoto’s Seventh Win Makes Championship A Foregone Conclusion Ryan Villipoto leads the quest for the championship – Photo: Frank Hoppen Even when Ryan Villopoto makes significant mistakes, it seems as if nobody in the AMA Motocross field can keep up with him, as he notched his seventh win of the season this weekend in [...]