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  1. 2017 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship to Feature Nearly 40 Hours of Live Coverage on MAVTV and NBC Sports Full Summer Schedule Includes More Than 60 Hours of Coverage MORGANTOWN, W. Va. (May 11, 2017) - The highly anticipated 2017 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, will storm out of the gate in just nine days, and today MX Sports Pro Racing and NBC Sports Group unveiled the full slate of broadcast coverage for the upcoming season. The world's most prestigious off-road motorcycle championship will once again call NBC, NBC Sports Network (NBCSN), and MAVTV home this summer, spearheaded by nearly 40 hours of LIVE coverage and more than 60 hours of total broadcast time. Three rounds of live network coverage on NBC serves as the centerpiece of the 2017 television schedule, with the final 450 Class moto of the Red Bull High Point National (June 17), Red Bull Southwick National (July 8), and GEICO Motorcycle Budds Creek National (August 19) each brought into millions of homes across the country. MAVTV will continue to bring live coverage of the opening motos at all 12 rounds, while NBCSN will carry live final-moto coverage from half of the races The 2017 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship will storm onto television screens for more than 60 hours of broadcast coverage this summer. Photo Courtesy: MX Sports Pro Racing / Simon Cudby Arguably the biggest change in how fans can watch the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship this summer is online with the introduction of exclusive on-demand access from NBC Sports Gold. For just $49.99 racing fans all over the world will receive the "Pro Motocross Pass," featuring direct-to-consumer live streaming with no commercials and the ability to witness timed qualifying and both sets of motos as they happen, in addition to full event replays from both the 2015 and 2016 seasons. That works out to just over $4 per round over the course of the season, with access to more live coverage and additional content than ever before. "When you combine the extensive broadcast schedule and the addition of NBC Sports Gold, the 2017 season presents an unprecedented level of access to the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship," said MX Sports Pro Racing President Davey Coombs. "Now our fans both domestically and internationally will be able to watch all the action unfold from the comfort of any television, mobile device, or streaming platform. While it is bittersweet to depart with the complementary live streaming we've enjoyed hosting on ProMotocross.com, the price point and the amount of content that is available with the ‘Pro Motocross Pass' is truly incredible. It's without a doubt the best deal of its kind for the sport as a whole." Fans around the world can now watch commercial free, on-demand live streaming of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship via NBC Sports Gold's "Pro Motocross Pass." Photo Courtesy: MX Sports Pro Racing / Simon Cudby Capping off each round of the championship will be exclusive one-hour highlight shows on NBCSN, each airing within a handful of days of every National. NBCSN will also feature a mid-season-review episode, as well as season-review episodes for both the 450 Class and 250 Class. The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship broadcast team that will bring the action to the fans will once again feature Jason Weigandt as host, handling play-by-play duties during the races, with former Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Champion Grant Langston serving as the color analyst alongside Weigandt in the booth. Trackside correspondent Georgia Albertson returns as well, bringing viewers inside information and the latest breaking news from the pits. The 2017 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship will kick off on Saturday, May 20, with the Red Bull Hangtown Motocross Classic from Prairie City SVRA in Sacramento, California. From there, the 45thanniversary of American motocross will take the fastest riders on the planet to the country's most iconic venues before crowning a pair of champions from Ironman Raceway in Crawfordsville, Indiana, on August 26.
  2. What a crazy day in California! If you told me Tomac wouldn't win a Moto and Osborne would win with 4-2 Moto finishes I would have called you crazy. I am not sure if the stars have aligned or what crazy karma is going around, but as soon as any series in 2017 looks to have a clear favorite everything gets flipped upside down. The only thing you can count on is it's not over until it's over. My employer, Wester Power Sports is a headline sponsor for the Outdoor Nationals which allowed me exclusive access to the event as both a media and employee. My day started at 4:30am when I left Vegas for the 3.5 hr. trek to Glen Helen. As an employee I needed to arrive there early to sort tickets for my dealers attending and also help setup our Wester Power Sports VIP area. As media personnel I hoped to take advantage of this early time to speak with riders and industry professionals. While in line at Will Call I ran into Tyler “The Bear” Bowers, who I know from the Pulpmx show. I congratulated him and his wife Brady as they are expecting their first child. I asked him if he had any plans to race outdoors. He made it clear he had been riding a 450 and is in great shape. I got the impression he was making sure teams knew he was available if anyone needed a fill in rider. It looks as Honda will need one now (Christian Craig is out with a broken hand), maybe “The Bear” will get a call. From there I hit up our Fly Racing Activation Booth where Ex-Pro Racer and Fly Racing Specialist, Jeff “NorCal” Northrop was doing his thing talking with the public about the benefits and features of Fly Gear and bench racing. The 2018 Fly Gear is the best gear Fly has ever produced and will be released soon. On the way back to the VIP tent I ran into the legendary Chuck Sun. I introduced him to my friends from Carter Powersports. Chuck is one of a kind, he may be close to 60 years old but still looks and acts like a young 35. In all his years Chuck has never missed out on a good time! I walked around the track marveling at how big the jumps, ruts and braking bumps were. TV does not do Glen Helen any justice. The hills are extremely steep, you almost need climbing gear to get up and down them. In the post race press conference all three 450 podium finishers openly discussed their views of how frightening it was to ride down the hills. After my stroll around the track I headed back to the VIP area to watch some racing. First up was the 450 LCQ where we cheered on our own Fly Racing rider Austin Kouba as he fought for his spot on the gate. While viewing the qualifying races, I turned around and there was Grant Langston chilling in our tent. I thought it was cool to have him with us, as he was live on TV in 30 minutes. Grant is truly a man of the people. At this point I felt slightly overwhelmed as we had Andrew Short, Damon Bradshaw “Beast from the East,” and Connor Fields (BMX Gold Medal winner in Río) in our tent. I did have a funny moment with Bradshaw. I walked up to him and said, “I am sorry, but I am going to have to ask you to leave. A guy by the name of Matiasevich said you can't be in here.” He looked at me like he was instantly ready to fight, before quickly realizing I was joking. He then responded, “If he {Matiasevich} is in here, these tables are going to get flipped over!” I laughed. Langston and Connor Fields chatted for quite a while. Remember Connor Fields name as he will most likely be a TV personality after the next Olympic Games, his charisma is undeniable. During the 450 press conference I fell victim to Jason Weigandt’s peer pressure. I would just as well leave, “there was no crown” attention in the past but he convinced me with Eli having problems, this was the perfect situation to bring it up again. I did and it went about as well as the Hindenburg flight. I also asked Jason Anderson about his altitude issues and what he was planning to get through Lakewood. He quickly stated he was flying in the morning of the race and flying out as soon as it concludes. He seemed annoyed that I asked the question, which makes me believe he is concerned about the issue. At the press conference I asked Jeremy Martin about his bike and how much it had changed since his first ride on the Geico Honda. He ducked my question so bad that Jimmy Albertson actually chuckled. I think he felt embarrassed and sought me after to explain. He told me he wanted to be careful not to say anything negative about the team but the bike is night and day different than when he first raced it at the 2016 Glen Helen GP. He was careful with his words because he has such a high respect for the team and is very appreciative of their hard work making the bike better. He also confirmed they are getting a new 250 chassis for 2018 and he won't be riding it as he is moving to the 450. I appreciated his honesty. From there I headed to my truck and made the drive back to Vegas. A day in the dirt and dust can wear you down, but seeing how fast these guys go on these brutal tracks is nothing short of amazing. If you get the chance I strongly recommend attending in person, TV doesn’t do the outdoors justice.
  3. Three-Race Series Will Include Hangtown, Thunder Valley, and Washougal MORGANTOWN, WV – April 17, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – MX Sports Pro Racing and FMF Racing have announced and exciting addition to the 2017 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship with the inaugural FMF 125 Dream Race Invitational Triple Crown. This trio of two-stroke races will take place at the season-opening Red Bull Hangtown Motocross Classic on May 20, the True Value Thunder Valley National on June 3, and the Peterson CAT Washougal National on July 29. The legacy of the sound and smell of a two-stroke engine has remained an integral part of the lore of the world’s most prestigious motocross championship and its 45-year history. Now, for the first time since the move to four-stroke motorcycles, fans old and new will have the chance to watch a full gate of 125cc machines compete at the Nationals. “FMF was founded on two-stroke machines back in 1973, and we are very pleased to be a part of the new two-stroke movement that is taking place,” said FMF Racing Marketing Director Donny Emler, Jr. “Working with MX Sports Pro Racing on the idea to have a ‘Triple Crown’ event and have the promoters at each of these legendary tracks jump at the opportunity is pretty special. I can’t wait to hear these races take place!” 125 Dream Race at the 2016 Peterson CAT Washougal National Photo Courtesy 125dreamrace.com The format for each of the three races in the Triple Crown will feature one practice and one moto, which will take place in between the pair of motos for both the 450 and 250 Classes. The competitors that will make up each 125 Dream Race field will consist of past champions, former pros, factory-level amateur competitors, and potentially even industry icons and celebrities. “The opportunity to pay homage to the roots of American motocross was simply too good to pass up,” said Davey Coombs, President of MX Sports Pro Racing. “The draw of a two-stroke has remained prevalent despite the progression of the sport, and thanks to the longstanding partnership we have with a passionate supporter like FMF we have the ability to give our fans and the motocross industry what it wants with a truly special showcase at multiple rounds of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship.” FMF Racing’s sponsorship of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, and the sport of motocross, spans decades. The iconic exhaust manufacturer also serves as the title sponsor of the FMF Glen Helen National on Memorial Day weekend (May 27). “After our inaugural 125 Dream Race Invitational at Washougal last year, it’s exciting to have MX Sports Pro Racing recognize the vision of what the 125 Dream Race stands for, and what it brings to the industry and community of current motocross racers and fans, and those still to come.” says Joey Lancaster, the founder of the original 125 Dream Race, now entering its sixth year apart of the National’s amateur weekend racing program at Washougal MX Park. Last year’s 125 Dream Race Podium from Washougal (L-R): David Pingree, Carson Brown, Ivan Tedesco. Photo Courtesy 125dreamrace.com Tickets to each race of the FMF 125 Dream Race Invitational Triple Crown are available at ProMotocross.com. For more information regarding the Triple Crown, visit 125dreamrace.com or email info@125dreamrace.com. For information about the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, please visit ProMotocross.com and be sure to follow all of the Pro Motocross social media channels for exclusive content and additional information on the latest news: Facebook: @americanmotocross Instagram: @promotocross Twitter: @ProMotocross YouTube: AmericanMotocross @FMFRacing73
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