Supercross
Jan 25

SX: The Power Rankings – Anaheim 2 250 Class

Cole Seely grabbed the win at Anaheim 2, but Jason Anderson maintains the top power rankings spot. (Photo: Rockstar Energy Racing)

Cole Seely grabbed the win at Anaheim 2, but Jason Anderson maintained the top power rankings spot. (Photo: Rockstar Energy Racing)

It took three races and leading 40 of 45 main event laps to finally take the checkered flag, but Cole Seely is now officially a race winner in 2014. His triumph combined with a penalty for Jason Anderson also moved Seely into control of the West Region Championship.

Each week, The Power Rankings will recognize the movers and shakers in Monster Energy Supercross. Despite Seely’s breakthrough, Anderson still paces this week’s Power Rankings, even with his misfortune.

Jan 24

SX: Reed Reflects On Anaheim Win, Sets Sights On Title

Chad Reed celebrates with fans after winning Anaheim 2. (Photo: Monster Energy)

Chad Reed celebrates with fans after winning Anaheim 2. (Photo: Monster Energy)

Chad Reed heard the whispers and read the stories about how he was washed up as a motocross rider. As his winless streak grew, the 31-year-old Aussie began to wonder if it was indeed time to park his bike for good.

Everything changed with last weekend’s win in Anaheim, Calif.

Pulling ahead late in a wild race filled with crashes and numerous lead changes, Reed won for the first time since 2012, ending a 22-race winless streak and giving him the boost of confidence he needed.

Jan 24

What To Watch: Your Weekend Racing Schedule

A pack of GTLM/GTD cars at Daytona. (Photo: John Dagys)

A pack of GTLM/GTD cars at Daytona. (Photo: John Dagys)

Friday, January 24

12 p.m. – Road To Rolex 24 – Chasing Glory | (FOX Sports 1)

6 p.m. – Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge | Daytona (FOX Sports 2)

Saturday, January 25

You can also stream the full Rolex 24 Hours At Daytona by now using the new FOX Sports Go Mobile App!

Click HERE to download the FOX Sports GO Mobile App.

1:30 p.m. – Rolex 24 Hour Pre-Race | Daytona (FOX Sports 2)

2-4 p.m. – Rolex 24 Hours – Race | Daytona (FOX)

4-9 p.m. – Rolex 24 Hours – Race | Daytona (FOX Sports 2)

9 p.m. – Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge | Daytona (FOX Sports 2) *Replay

10:30 p.m. – Monster Energy Supercross | Oakland (FOX Sports 1)

Sunday, January 26

7 a.m.-3 p.m.  – Rolex 24 Hours – Race | Daytona (FOX Sports 1)

3 p.m. – Test Drive Chevy SS | (FOX Sports 1)

4:30 p.m. – Monster Energy Supercross | Oakland (FOX Sports 1)*Replay

**All times Eastern Standard

 

Jan 23

SX: The Holeshot — 23 Takeaways From Anaheim 2

Chad Reed in celebration. (Photo: Monster Energy Kawasaki)

Chad Reed in celebration. (Photo: Monster Energy Kawasaki)

The 40th Anniversary of Monster Energy Supercross was expected to be a celebration of history and honoring the men who shaped the sport into what it is today. At the end of 20 laps in the 450SX Class main event, the entire industry couldn’t help but feel nostalgic after Chad Reed emerged victorious, passing and fending off his longtime rival James Stewart to do so.

Each week, The Holeshot will provide 23 takeaways – a full starting gate – from the most recent round of action.

1. I knew Anaheim 2 would be critical to Reed’s hopes in 2014, but I think that could be an understatement based on how he won that race. The veteran lurked in the back of the lead pack for nearly the entire main event and put on a late charge in the closing laps to move into the lead and run away.

Jan 19

SX: Reed Powers To Impressive Victory At Anaheim 2

Chad Reed powered past James Stewart late in the race to win in Anaheim, Calif. (Photo: Supercross / Chris Weedon)

Chad Reed powered past James Stewart late in the race to win in Anaheim, Calif. (Photo: Supercross / Chris Weedon)

In front of 40,682 fans at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, Calif., Chad Reed became the third rider in as many races to capture a 450SX main event win this season.

On a night celebrating past champions of the sport, it was only fitting for Reed – the 2004 and 2008 Supercross Champion – to make a late-race pass on another two-time series Champion James Stewart for the win.