Red Bull KTM’s Cooper Webb won three 450SX main events through the first eight rounds, making him a serious Monster Energy AMA Supercross championship contender.
Close finishes and a deep field: AMA Supercross might be closer than ever in 2021. The years 1979 through 1986 truly represented a golden era of AMA racing. Jo Shimoda hopes to achieve unprecedented success for Japanese racers in AMA Supercross. And is Suzuki really pulling away from motocross altogether? These features and much more in the May issue of Racer X magazine.
MIND THE GAP The field is gnarly, the competition close. Is AMA Supercross really closer than ever in 2021?
THE DEEPEST FIELDS In terms of pure talent, competitive racing, and AMA Hall of Famers on the gate, it’s tough to beat the seasons spanning 1979 to 1986.
FROM SUZUKA TO SUPERCROSS Jo Shimoda’s journey from his home across the Pacific Ocean to the epicenter of the supercross world has him poised to become the first Japanese rider to truly succeed in Monster Energy AMA Supercross.
TWILIGHT OF THE RISING SUN Long a formidable presence in AMA Supercross and Motocross, the Suzuki factory team finds itself surrounded by dire speculation and rumors. Times are certainly lean, but just how bad are things under the yellow tent?
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