For the final cover of 2022, there was once again no denying Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing’s Eli Tomac.
Eli Tomac and Chase Sexton put on a battle for the ages in 450 Class Pro Motocross. Team USA Junior came home from Finland FIM Junior Motocross World Champions. Justin Jones scored the final point of the 50th anniversary year of AMA Pro Motocross—fitting, as his dad was the series’ first champion. Blake Wharton hits up Diamond Don’s 20th Annual AHRMA Vintage Motocross weekend.
These features and much more in the December issue of Racer X magazine.
Inside the December issue of Racer X magazine:
• The 450 Class battle between Eli Tomac and Chase Sexton was a once-in-a-generation thriller.
• The 2022 FIM Junior Motocross World Championship ended well for Team USA Jr.
• Justin Jones scored a historic, meaningful final point of the 2022 Pro Motocross season.
• Blake Wharton went retro for Diamond Don’s 20th Annual AHRMA Vintage Motocross weekend.
Battle for the Ages
Eli Tomac versus Chase Sexton represented arguably the best Pro Motocross battle in 50 years. It took character and courage to get there.
The Kids Are Alright
Team USA Junior went to Finland on their summer vacation—and came back with the 2022 FIM Junior Motocross World Championship.
One Last Point
At the very end of the 50-year celebration of AMA Pro Motocross, the last rider to score a point was Justin Jones. Fittingly, Justin is the son of the series’ first champion, Gary Jones.