With seven wins in eight tries to start the season, Honda HRC’s Jett Lawrence is backing up his reputation with his results.
James Stewart on 20 years of “The Scrub.” Behind the scenes of the creation of the SuperMotocross World Championship. The resurrection of The Wick 338 and the Southwick National. And how the Scouting Moto Combine is changing the way racers turn pro.
Inside the October issue of Racer X magazine:
James Stewart on 20 years of his sport-changing “Bubba Scrub”
With the SuperMotocross World Championship, American SX and MX are finally united
Southwick’s racing future was in doubt, but some New England moto legends have helped bring it back
Thanks to the Scouting Moto Combine, future stars are more prepared to go pro than ever before
These features and much more in the October issue of Racer X.
“James was making a mockery out of these jumps—he was going forward, we were going up and down.” Twenty years after he changed the sport with The Scrub, James Stewart tells us how it happened.
Behind the scenes of the unification of American SX/MX and the creation of the SuperMotocross World Championship.
Southwick, Massachusetts’ The Wick 338 is back and better than ever—thanks in part to help from local legends like John Dowd, Doug Henry, Keith Johnson, and Mike Treadwell.
The Scouting Moto Combine is changing the way young pros are made.