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  1. Dungey victorious as Villopoto drops down...
  2. Paulin to miss Dutch GP
  3. Gutsy Villopoto takes Jacksonville win
  4. Dungey's Dallas delight, Baggett's fairytale debut
  5. Mallory mastered by Bobryshev and Roczen
  6. Townley cancels GP return after practice injury
  7. Villopoto takes gold in Canada
  8. Anderson unstoppable at Foxhills
  9. Leok and Roczen take Hawkstone honours
  10. Villopoto victorious at Daytona
  11. Dungey wins to rebuild Supercross lead
  12. DVD Review: Red Bull X-Fighters 2009
  13. Ben Townley confirms grand prix rides.
  14. DVD Review: Motocross World Championship 2009
  15. DVD Review: Supermoto World Championship 2009
  16. Dungey victorious after Phoenix drama.
  17. Cyril Despres wins 2010 Dakar Rally.
  18. Stewart fires opening salvo in AMA Supercross
  19. Dakar: Coma battles back with stage win
  20. Dakar: Casteau injured, Despres extends
  21. Dakar: Coma wins stage, Despres retains lead
  22. Dakar: Despres wins tough stage, takes lead.
  23. Dakar: Defending champion Coma penalised.
  24. Mike Alessi confirmed for Hawkstone International.
  25. 2009 FIM SuperMoto DVD Review out now!
  26. Suzuki confirms AMA rider line-up.
  27. Honda launches Xtreme Academy in Europe
  28. Breakthrough in Motocross noise?
  29. MX1, MX2 racing numbers announced, Townley 101.
  30. PICS: Toyota, Joe Gibbs build ultimate Motocross bike?
  31. Ohlins returns to Motocross grand prix.
  32. Duke releases 2009 Moto-X review on DVD
  33. 2010 FIM Motocross, AMA Supercross calendars
  34. Brayton crowned King of Bercy
  35. Reed pairs up with Doohan for RoC
  36. Another beach race cancelled.
  37. Weston Beach Race postponed
  38. Weston Beach event cancelled
  39. Searle and Alessi to factory KTM for 2010
  40. Bailey, Johnson, O'Mara recall ?86 Nations win
  41. Desalle, Ramon confirmed at Teka Suzuki.
  42. Dungey wins AMA 250 Motocross crown.
  43. Reed wins AMA Motocross Championship.
  44. USA names Motocross of Nations riders.
  45. No re-run for Weston Beach Race
  46. FIM 'stunned' by 'Nations entry list.
  47. de Dycker to Yamaha.
  48. Another beach race cancelled.
  49. No re-run for Weston Beach Race
  50. Weston Beach Race postponed
  51. Weston Beach event cancelled
  52. Searle and Alessi to factory KTM for 2010
  53. Desalle, Ramon confirmed at Teka Suzuki.
  54. Bailey, Johnson, O'Mara recall ?86 Nations win
  55. Dungey wins AMA 250 Motocross crown.
  56. de Dycker to Yamaha.
  57. FIM 'stunned' by 'Nations entry list.
  58. Reed wins AMA Motocross Championship.
  59. USA names Motocross of Nations riders.
  60. Team USA names Motocross of Nations riders.
  61. America to host 2010 Motocross of Nations.
  62. Motocross of Nations venue takes shape.
  63. Motocross of Nation venue takes shape.
  64. Cairoli to KTM.
  65. 2010 FIM Motocross calendar announced.
  66. 2010 AMA Supercross calendar announced
  67. Ricky Carmichael to make Top Gear appearance.
  68. Teutschenthal to host 2013 Motocross of Nations.
  69. Chad Reed takes AMA Motocross lead.
  70. AMA Motocross leader Mike Alessi injured.
  71. AMA Motocross leader Alessi injured.
  72. MXGP of GB 2009 - LIVE!
  73. MXGP of GB 2009 - LIVE NOW!
  74. MXGP of Great Britain 2009 - LIVE!
  75. Philippaerts pole, Pichon stuns, Cairoli down.
  76. Riders give Mallory approval, make suggestions.
  77. Mickael Pichon to race MX1 at Mallory Park!
  78. Villopoto wins on 450 Outdoor debut.
  79. Chad Reed to race AMA Motocross.
  80. Mackenzie checks out British GP progress.
  81. Villopoto wins in Vegas, Stewart champion.
  82. Simpson fractures leg, undergoes surgery.
  83. Chisholm banned for Reed block.
  84. Steve Ramon rode with fractured neck.
  85. Stewart on brink with Salt Lake win.
  86. Villopoto wins, Stewart takes AMA lead.
  87. Josh Coppins takes victory in Bulgaria.
  88. Stewart takes tenth win at Jacksonville.
  89. Stewart fights back in Toronto, Pourcel crowned.
  90. Yamaha/Monster association spreads to MX2.
  91. Reed extends lead as Stewart falls.
  92. James Stewart back on top at Superdome.
  93. British GP track build underway at Mallory.
  94. Chad Reed wins Daytona Supercross.
  95. Reed breaks Stewart s streak at Indy.
  96. US Grand Prix cancelled.
  97. Stewart s seventh takes AMA lead.
  98. Stewart s sixth ties Reed for AMA lead.
  99. Carmichael gets set for NASCAR debut
  100. Stewart win streak reaches five at Anaheim III
  101. Stewart extends win streak in San Francisco.
  102. Simpson prepares MX2 title challenge.
  103. Townley return delayed.
  104. Stewart completes hat-trick in Houston.
  105. Carmichael gets NASCAR Truck entry.
  106. DAKAR: Coma victory stats.
  107. Stewart wins Anaheim II, Reed leads.
  108. DAKAR: Despres: I nearly stopped riding...
  109. DAKAR: Day 13 - Coma on brink of victory.
  110. DAKAR: Coma basks in glory.
  111. DAKAR: Rodrigues' battle, Coma's war.
  112. DAKAR: Day 12 - Despres from Coma.
  113. DAKAR: Day 10 - 'Strange' win for Viladoms.
  114. DAKAR: Day 9 - Surprise win for Verhoven.
  115. Stewart strikes back in Phoenix.
  116. DAKAR: Day 8 - Another stage to Despres.
  117. Carmichael gets NASCAR Truck entry.
  118. DAKAR: Coma victory stats.
  119. Stewart wins Anaheim II, Reed leads.
  120. DAKAR: Despres: I nearly stopped riding...
  121. DAKAR: Coma basks in glory.
  122. DAKAR: Rodrigues' battle, Coma's war.
  123. DAKAR: Day 13 - Coma on brink of victory.
  124. DAKAR: Day 12 - Despres from Coma.
  125. DAKAR: Day 10 - 'Strange' win for Viladoms.
  126. DAKAR: Day 9 - Surprise win for Verhoven.
  127. DAKAR: Day 8 - Another stage to Despres.
  128. Stewart strikes back in Phoenix.
  129. Grant wins Anaheim opener!
  130. DAKAR: Coma happy to stretch lead.
  131. DAKAR: Day 7 - Lopez wins stage.
  132. DAKAR: Coma happy to stretch lead on short day.
  133. DAKAR: Day 6 - Despres fastest, Coma stays P1.
  134. DAKAR: Coma pays tribute to Terry.
  135. DAKAR: Day 5 - Street wins stage, closes in.
  136. DAKAR: Motorcyclist found dead.
  137. DAKAR: Day 4 - Coma continues to dominate.
  138. DAKAR: Day 3 - Coma stretches lead.
  139. DAKAR: Day 1 - Coma dominates.
  140. DAKAR: Day 2 - Coma retains lead despite woe.
  141. Dakar: Coma ready to lead Repsol trio.
  142. FIM reveals new sound system.
  143. FIM rule changes include long hair, gloves.
  144. South African round canned.
  145. FIM Awards presented in Monte Carlo.
  146. Rattray quits KTM for AMA!
  147. Reed wraps up inaugural SuperX title.
  148. Reed 'has a blast' on rally debut.
  149. Stewart named AMA Athlete of the Year.
  150. Prumm 'lucky not to be paralysed'.
  151. Suzuki GB reveals line-up.
  152. Stewart to make grand prix debut?
  153. Stewart dominates Paris-Bercy Supercross.
  154. Leok joins Cairoli at Red Bull Yamaha.
  155. Youthstream, FIM comment on '09 calendar.
  156. 2009 MX1/MX2 Motocross calendar.
  157. Maddison set for Indy leap.
  158. Stewart leads Paris-Bercy line-up.
  159. Stewart wins US Open.
  160. Everts wins Weston Beach Race.
  161. Reed wins on Suzuki SX debut.
  162. James Stewart joins LM Yamaha.
  163. Stewart: I felt like I blew it...
  164. USA takes dramatic 'Nations' victory.
  165. 2008 Motocross of Nations - Preview.
  166. Ramon snatches Belgian crown from de Dycker.
  167. Ramon snatches Belgian title from de Dycker.
  168. Team GB plots 'Nations success.
  169. Pastrana retains Rally America crown.
  170. Stoner: It was ridiculous.
  171. Philippaerts, Rattray crowned at Faenza.
  172. Searle likes Donington 'Nations track.
  173. Izzi named AMA rookie of the year.
  174. Grand Prix of Faenza - Preview.
  175. Osborne stays at Utag.
  176. Home victory for de Reuver.
  177. Grand Prix of Benelux - Preview.
  178. Motocross of Nations entry list.
  179. Leok wins Irish GP, title chase tightens.
  180. Stewart completes unbeaten season.
  181. Stewart, Villopoto crowned at Millville.
  182. Stewart stays perfect at Millville.
  183. Grand Prix of Ireland - Preview.
  184. Stewart, Villopoto crowned at Millville.
  185. Philippaerts takes Czech victory.
  186. Chad Reed joins Suzuki.
  187. Grand Prix of Czech Republic - Preview.
  188. Barragan wins, Ramon takes title lead.
  189. KTM names 2009 factory line-up.
  190. Stewart wins Washougal.
  191. Grand Prix of Belgium - Preview.
  192. Team USA goes green for 'Nations.
  193. AMA cuts noise level to FIM standard.
  194. Barragan victorious, Cairoli injured.
  195. Stewart wins wet and wild Unadilla.
  196. Grand Prix of South Africa - Preview.
  197. Team GB 'Nations line-up announced.
  198. Budds Creek falls to Stewart, Villopoto.
  199. Lawrence suspended by AMA.
  200. Stewart 'half perfect' after Red Bud.
  201. Barragan, Cairoli win wet Swedish GP.
  202. Grand Prix of Sweden - Preview.
  203. Coppins back on top in Germany.
  204. Stewart wins first AMA night race.
  205. 2009 provisional Motocross calendar.
  206. Grand Prix of Germany - Preview.
  207. 2009 AMA/FIM Supercross calendar.
  208. Pourcel for France, MX2 lead change.
  209. Stewart conquers Mt Morris.
  210. AMA fines Lawrence, Hill.
  211. Preview - Grand Prix of France.
  212. Preview - French Grand Prix.
  213. Stewart's streak continues.
  214. Thorpe joins CCM.
  215. Stewart sweeps Hangtown.
  216. Barragan breaks duck at Mallory Park.
  217. Qualifying king Pourcel takes Mallory pole.
  218. Preview - Grand Prix of Great Britain.
  219. Stewart makes triumphant return.
  220. British stars chasing home GP glory.
  221. de Reuver, Cairoli victorious in Italy.
  222. de Reuver takes wet Mantova pole.
  223. Bands, lap dancers at British GP.
  224. Preview - Grand Prix of Italy.
  225. Barragan falls, Philippaerts soars.
  226. Pourcel takes pole in Bulgaria.
  227. Preview - Grand Prix of Bulgaria.
  228. Reed takes AMA crown with 'Vegas victory.
  229. Reed: It's all or nothing.
  230. Pourcel conquers Portugal.
  231. Windham victory sets up 'Vegas showdown.
  232. Windham victory sets up 'Vegas title showdown.
  233. Preview Grand Prix of Portugal.
  234. Cairoli gets a Rhino.
  235. Ramon, Guarneri sail through Spanish flood.
  236. Windham victory tightens title chase.
  237. Reed to ride through the pain - again.
  238. Preview - Grand Prix of Spain.
  239. Drama in Detroit as Reed vomits blood.
  240. de Dycker double at Valkenswaard.
  241. Reed reaches eight in Dallas.
  242. de Dycker pole on Suzuki debut.
  243. Preview - Grand Prix of The Netherlands.
  244. Reed back on top in Toronto.
  245. QA: Pit Beirer (KTM Offroad director).
  246. Coppins in new fitness race.
  247. Hill wins first AMA Supercross.
  248. Yamaha announces Monster deal.
  249. Reed: No use dwelling...
  250. Stall robs Reed in Daytona 'swamp'.
  251. Youthstream misses out on AMA rights.
  252. Future noise limits discussed.
  253. Future noise levels discussed.
  254. Reed reigns at Indy.
  255. Dungey gets a 450.
  256. Millsaps takes debut win.
  257. Coppins overturns Philippaerts at Montevarchi.
  258. Cairoli hungry for third MX2 crown.
  259. Windham ends Reed's run.
  260. Winning start for Philippaerts.
  261. Reed down and up in San Diego.
  262. Philippaerts set for Yamaha debut.
  263. 'Monaco of Motocross' dropped.
  264. Reed unstoppable at A3.
  265. Searle heading to America in '09.
  266. Reed wins in the wet.
  267. British GP venue change.
  268. Reed regains momentum in Anaheim.
  269. Coppins determined to bounce back.
  270. Everts spots future star.
  271. Stewart strikes back at Phoenix.
  272. Irish GP date change.
  273. MX2 live on Motors TV.
  274. Motocross of Nations moves to Donington.
  275. Dakar: Esteve lists alternative routes.
  276. Reed wins AMA season opener.
  277. Dakar: KTM reacts to cancellation.
  278. New Supercross era begins at Anaheim.
  279. Not pitch perfect, but Maddison breaks record.
  280. 'Maddo' to jump a football field!
  281. AMA, FIM merge Supercross championships.
  282. AMA, FIM merge championships.
  283. KTM welcomes FIM vision.
  284. Future rules for Motocross.
  285. 1986 track for Anaheim 'throwback night'.
  286. 1986 track layout for Anaheim 'throwback night'.
  287. Cairoli defends Supercross crown.
  288. Venue change for Motocross of Nations.
  289. Team GB MX of Nations clothing up for grabs.
  290. Team GB/ACU MX of Nations clothing up for grabs.
  291. Pastrana finishes on third PWRC event.
  292. Mighty Knight continues to win.
  293. KTM riders pick up award.
  294. Cairoli to ride Red Bull Yamaha.
  295. KTM starts US Factory Junior Team.
  296. AMA Motocross banquet rounds off season.
  297. Cairoli rides Rossi's M1.
  298. Villopoto gets 'Athlete of the Year' nomination.
  299. Reed crowned King of Bercy.
  300. Russian teenager completes Van Beers line-up.
  301. AMA Rookie Of The Year announced.
  302. Pastrana keeps US Rally crown.
  303. Suzuki Swift expands for second season.
  304. Coppins cleans up at Oceania.
  305. McGrath for Bercy!
  306. Changes made to 2008 GP calendar.
  307. Langston wins US Open, $100,000.
  308. USA dominates 'Nations qualifying.
  309. Team USA claim home 'Nations glory.
  310. Venues named for '08, '09 Motocross of Nations.
  311. Italian venue named for 2009 'Nations.
  312. QA: Greg Atkins (MXoN track designer).
  313. Carmichael farewell at Paris-Bercy Supercross.
  314. 'Official' British Supercross announced.
  315. Carmichael withdraws from US Open, Bercy.
  316. KTM sign superstar rider coaches.
  317. 2008 AMA Motocross schedule announced.
  318. Preview 2007 Motocross of Nations.
  319. Langston reflects on surprise title glory.
  320. New AMA champion crowned at Glen Helen.
  321. Langston seizes AMA lead.
  322. AMA returns to Texas.
  323. Preview - Grand Prix of The Netherlands.
  324. New venue for South African GP.
  325. Coppins pulls out of title showdown.
  326. Top NASCAR team enters Motocross.
  327. Leok pole, Ramon on target.
  328. Ramon clinches MX1 world championship.
  329. Strijbos wins season finale, Ramon crowned.
  330. Langston pulls points at penultimate round.
  331. AMA title set for winner takes all showdown.
  332. Langston wins US Open, $100,000.
  333. 2008 AMA Motocross schedule announced.
  334. KTM sign superstar rider coaches.
  335. Carmichael withdraws from US Open, Bercy.
  336. 'Official' British Supercross announced.
  337. Carmichael farewell at Paris-Bercy Supercross.
  338. Italian venue named for 2009 'Nations.
  339. QA: Greg Atkins (MXoN track designer).
  340. Venues names for '08, '09 Motocross of Nations.
  341. Team USA claim home 'Nations glory.
  342. USA dominates 'Nations qualifying.
  343. Preview Motocross of Nations.
  344. Langston reflects on surprise title glory.
  345. New AMA champion crowned at Glen Helen.
  346. AMA title set for winner takes all showdown.
  347. Langston pulls points at penultimate round.
  348. Strijbos wins season finale, Ramon crowned.
  349. Ramon clinches MX1 world championship.
  350. Leok pole, Ramon on target.
  351. Top NASCAR team enters Motocross.
  352. Coppins withdraws from title showdown.
  353. New venue for South African GP.
  354. Preview - Grand Prix of The Netherlands.
  355. AMA returns to Texas.
  356. Langston seizes AMA lead.
  357. Agony for Coppins, ecstasy for Cairoli.
  358. Ferry to replace injured Stewart at MXdN.
  359. McGrath joins four-wheel drift.
  360. Preview Grand Prix of Great Britain.
  361. Ferry, Short tied heading into Steel City.
  362. Cairoli to MX1 at Donington.
  363. Cairoli crowned, 'wrong' Suzuki wins.
  364. de Dycker takes wet Moneyglass pole.
  365. Title leader Coppins out of Ireland.
  366. Preview - Grand Prix of Northern Ireland.
  367. Preview Grand Prix of Great Britain.
  368. Dream end to Carmichael's career.
  369. Mackenzie sees podium slip through his fingers.
  370. Coppins looking to overcome injury.
  371. Carmichael set to make final appearance.
  372. Pastrana takes bronze at X Games.
  373. Ramon gets new deal.
  374. ACU to monitor disease outbreak.
  375. Surgery ends Rattray season.
  376. US reveals MXdN line-up.
  377. Team Makita Suzuki signs former amateur champion.
  378. Coppins injury update.
  379. Tommy Loks up podium.
  380. Philippaerts shoulders responsibility.
  381. Double action Loket for Strijbos.
  382. Rested Red Bulls ready to attack.
  383. Stewart eyes rare Washougal repeat.
  384. AMA title up in the air heading to Colorado.
  385. Everts extends KTM contract.
  386. Windham wins Unadilla, Stewart injured.
  387. Philippaerts to Yamaha.
  388. Pourcel brothers conquer Faenza.
  389. Barragan on pole - Searle, Rattray stay in MX2.
  390. Yamaha Ricci retain Aubin, Guarneri.
  391. AMA heads to Unadilla - without Carmichael.
  392. Vuillemin in, Tedesco out at Suzuki.
  393. ACU welcome Off Road Bill defeat.
  394. Preview Grand Prix of Faenza.
  395. Romania joins provisional 2008 GP calendar.
  396. Suzuki launch first fuel injection racer.
  397. Carmichael overcomes Stewart for 149th win.
  398. de Dycker takes debut win in Sweden.
  399. Strijbos returns in style with Swedish pole.
  400. 2008 AMA/World SX calendar announced.
  401. Preview - Grand Prix of Sweden.
  402. Carmichael goes for final Red Bud National win.
  403. Coppins, Cairoli big in Bulgaria.
  404. Carmichael captures record 100th motocross win.
  405. Preview Grand Prix of Bulgaria.
  406. Carmichael on target for 100th victory.
  407. Carmichael storms Southwick.
  408. Coppins, Cairoli conquer France.
  409. Leok dedicates French pole to de Groot.
  410. Preview Grand Prix of France.
  411. Motocross in mourning as de Groot passes away.
  412. Cairoli sticks with Yamaha.
  413. Carmichael sweeps High Point.
  414. Mackenzie storms Sugo.
  415. Carmichael and Stewart show heads to High Point.
  416. Preview Grand Prix of Japan.
  417. Carmichael, Townley take AMA Motocross opener.
  418. Hangtown hosts AMA Motocross opener.
  419. KTM sign Nagl on three-year deal.
  420. Rookie Philippaerts reigns in Germany.
  421. New engine for KTM at Teutschenthal.
  422. Faenza replaces Sun City on grand prix calendar.
  423. Preview - Grand Prix of Germany.
  424. Reed plans motocross appearances, X Games.
  425. Coppins responds with Mantova double.
  426. Stewart concludes title season with Vegas win.
  427. Strijbos takes Mantova pole.
  428. 2007 cancelled but South Africa gets new deal.
  429. Las Vegas: One celebration, one showdown.
  430. Sun City cancelled.
  431. Preview - Grand Prix of Italy.
  432. Seattle win hands Stewart AMA and World crown.
  433. Stewart set to clinch AMA title in Seattle.
  434. Strijbos takes breakthrough Agueda victory.
  435. Townley lifts East Coast crown.
  436. Leok takes Portuguese pole.
  437. East Coast title to be decided in Detroit.
  438. Preview Grand Prix of Portugal.
  439. Coppins controls Bellpuig, excitement in MX2.
  440. FIM, AMA, Youthstream discuss Motocross future.
  441. Rain in Spain cancels qualifying.
  442. Strong start for Red Bull X-Fighters.
  443. Preview Grand Prix of Spain.
  444. Swanie celebrates debut podium.
  445. AMA to reserve Carmichael's number until 2011.
  446. Coppins: I didn't expect to be this fast.
  447. Stewart holds Reed in Dallas.
  448. Coppins, Cairoli victorious in GP opener.
  449. Stewart returns to scene of debut victory.
  450. Carmichael makes early exit on stock car debut.
  451. Preview - Grand Prix of Benelux.
  452. Stewart back to front at Indianapolis.
  453. Monster sponsor Carmichael's stock car switch.
  454. AMA proposes lower sound levels.
  455. ACU sanction British minibike championship.
  456. Stewart on unclaimed territory in Indy.
  457. Hyundai named MX1 official sponsor.
  458. 'Ride of a lifetime' ends Carmichael's SX career.
  459. Emig joins AMA broadcast team.
  460. Pastrana shines on PWRC debut.
  461. Stewart dominates Daytona.
  462. Daytona legend Carmichael chasing one last win.
  463. Townley: This is payback time...
  464. Carmichael wins as title rivals collide.
  465. Strijbos wins wet Hawkstone International.
  466. AMA Motocross returns to SPEED, live coverage.
  467. Supercross second-half starts in St Louis.
  468. Sun City back on 2007 calendar.
  469. Coppins wins Valence international.
  470. Stewart beats Ricky for Atlanta victory.
  471. AMA confirms fuel guilt - but removes penalty.
  472. Aprilia buoyant after promising debut.
  473. Tedesco takes the holeshot.
  474. Carmichael return headlines Atlanta excitement.
  475. Villopoto best in the west.
  476. Reed wins San Diego, Villopoto crowned.
  477. Nagl beats stars for Mantova victory
  478. Villopoto title shot headlines San Diego.
  479. 2007 MX1 Motocross World Championship entry list.
  480. Stewart blasts to Houston victory.
  481. Stewart aiming for Houston milestone.
  482. Coppins and Ramon chasing Hawkstone Park Crown.
  483. Healthier Reed happy with second.
  484. Stewart sweeps Anaheim.
  485. Stewart beaten but Anaheim sweep on offer.
  486. Pourcel recovering after AMA adventure.
  487. Carmichael halts Stewart in San Francisco.
  488. Enduro: 'Legend' Merriman jumps ship to Aprilia.
  489. Wey, Hill lose podiums for illegal fuel.
  490. Stewart looking to continue Supercross success.
  491. Carmichael hoping to stop Stewart in San Francisco
  492. Anaheim 2 Stewart 3.
  493. Everts oversees fun in the sun at KTM.
  494. Hawkstone International set for new winner.
  495. 2007 AMA Pro/Am Motocross calendar announced.
  496. Kawasaki riders hope to stay on top at Anaheim.
  497. Patient Reed pleased with podiums.
  498. Two in a row as Stewart conquers Phoenix.
  499. Reigning AMA champs to run red plates.
  500. AMA enforce lower noise limit.