Byron Brings it Home in Miami

William “Lord” Byron became the youngest winner in Homestead-Miami Speedway history when he powered his No. 24 Axalta Camaro ZL1 1LE to victory lane, giving Chevrolet its first victory of the NASCAR Cup Series (NCS) 2021 season. The win is Byron’s second-career victory in 112 starts in NASCAR’s Premier Series.…

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Indian, KTM Flat Track Line-Ups Set

Indian Motorcycle Racing, the reigning four-time American Flat Track  Manufacturer’s Champion, announced its 2021 race team and privateer contingency program. Reigning Mission SuperTwins Champion Briar Bauman, along with Progressive AFT Champion Jared Mees (feature picture above), will return to the track and battle for yet another championship as the 2021 Indian Wrecking Crew. In…

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Webb Ends Roczen’s Streak in Orlando

The seventh round of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series held its first open-air race of the season inside Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida. Race fans, seated in restricted-attendance pod-style seating, braved morning rains to witness the retro-track layout that commemorated the last time the series visited the venue…

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Good for Angelle, She’s Still Got It

Vance & Hines announced today that the NHRA’s winningest female, Angelle Sampey, will ride one of the company’s new four-valve Suzuki-powered race bikes—with the WAR Hayabusa body—sponsored by food producer Mission Foods, in the 2021 NHRA Camping World series. Good for Angelle! She won a race for V&H last season…

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Roczen and Nichols on a Roll in Indy

Team Honda HRC’s Ken Roczen backed up his Round 4 450SX Class win with a dominating victory at the second Indianapolis round, Round 5 of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross inside Lucas Oil Stadium. Opening round winner GASGAS Factory Racing’s Justin Barcia held off defending champion Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Eli…

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Determined Roczen Rebounds at Indy

Having come back from a few career-threatening injuries, rebounding is what Team Honda HRC’s Ken Roczen does best. Last week’s heart-breaking loss at Houston wasn’t as dramatic as a serious injury, but Roczen was just as determined to put that disappointment behind him as the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series…

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