After breaking his arm early in 2022 and dealing with the sudden shuttering of his team, Colt Nichols got a lifeline from Honda HRC for 2023. Can he make the most of his SX-only deal?
Our annual Monster Energy Supercross Championship season preview. The Paris Supercross has a long history of American involvement. Matthes settles things on the track at the Dubya USA World Vet Championships. The Benavides brothers take us adventure riding through Argentina.
These features and much more in the March issue of Racer X magazine.
Inside the March issue of Racer X magazine:
Previewing the 2023 Monster Energy Supercross Championship
The history of Americans racing the Paris Supercross
Matthes in a grudge race at the Dubya USA World Vet Championships
Argentina adventure rides with the Benavides brothers
Right Here, Right Now Next
The 2022 season of change in Monster Energy AMA Supercross leads to stability in 2023—for now.
There’s Always Paris
“U.S. riders would compete at the Daytona SX on Saturday, fly to Paris on Monday, then return on Friday for the Talladega SX that Saturday.” The complicated history of Americans and the fabled Paris SX.
World Vet Grudge Match
“That’s what happens when you take on a guy who’s won pro motos in Manitoba.” Matthes and his internet adversary (well, one of them) go head-to-head at the 2022 Dubya USA World Vet Championships.
Racer X joins Dakar Rally legends Kevin and Luciano Benavides on an adventure ride across Argentina.