what really happened
What Really Happened: Monster Energy Cup 2012 Photos and Typos: Scott Hoffman The official “official” end of the 2012 racing season is over, yet in a small way it is the start or sneak peek preview into the 2013 supercross season. Anaheim 1 is just a little over two months away and for some racers [...]
All what really happened
05.22.2011 // 0 Comments
Let’s start clearly and concisely here: We learned a lot at Hangtown. This column could take any form, including the confidence a racer like Blake Baggett gets after winning an AMA National at the opener the way that he did it, coming from behind in both motos; or the return of Chris Pourcel and what seems to be his need to race himself into shape; or how smart it was of Ryan Villopoto to not try and force anything since he was so sick for the last couple weeks; and on and on.
05.16.2011 // 0 Comments
What really happened at the Monster Energy US GP at Glen Helen this past weekend is that we reiterated that, first off, the top Americans don’t have much desire to race a one-off GP event, which pays no money, one week before the start of the AMA Nationals; secondly, that the promoters again did too little, too late to lure the Americans to the race; and thirdly, that these problems may be fixed by the 2012 event.
05.09.2011 // 0 Comments
For this edition of “What Really Happened” I’m going to concentrate on two major points: First, the Kevin Windham/James Stewart battle; and second, the Tomac/Tickle battle. James Stewart (7) had his hands full with Kevin Windham in Las Vegas before he went down.
09.02.2009 // 0 Comments
Southwick: Where to begin with this one? It was a weekend of firsts, that much is for sure, and when combined with what’s always a wacky round of the series plus some truly crummy weather we end up with an epic event. Let’s look back at what really happened.