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Mere hours before the start of the Daytona Supercross by Honda, MX Sports Pro Racing announced, in conjunction with AMA Pro Racing, a long-term extension to remain managing partner of the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship.
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In this exclusive role, the newly signed Team Honda HRC rider will participate in a variety of festivities throughout race day.
Once again, the series will hold 12 rounds of racing over the course of the season, kicking off on May 20th at Hangtown.
Thick mud and the deepest ruts of the season covered the track for the Round 12 finale at the Ironman National in Crawfordsville, Indiana. Racers rode as hard at the finale of the 2016 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship as they did at the opener.
Although the title was locked, racers took to the track to close out the 2016 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship outdoor season with a solid performances in technical conditions.
The summer had it all, but most importantly, it had incredible racing and two deserving champions, Cooper Webb and Ken Roczen.
Former phenom Adam Cianciarulo and top rookie Austin Forkner both enter the 2016 outdoor season with much to prove, but race day doesn’t always go according to plan.
Shane McElrath and Jessy Nelson must each cope with injuries, track conditions, and their competitors if they hope to finish in the top ten.
Joey Savatgy shocked the MX world by taking both motos in round one of 2016, but staying on top isn't easy.
Teammates Cooper Webb and Aaron Plessinger have very different personalities, and while they might have similar lap times in practice, one of them is among the series’ points leaders while the other hasn’t yet managed a single podium finish
An 8-year vet without a single moto win, Alex Martin has recommitted himself in the 2016 season after younger brother Jeremy’s back-to-back championship wins in 2014 and 2015.
Justin Barcia gets second place overall at Ironman.