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2004 AMA US MX Series

High Point Raceway (Mt. Morris, PA)
Motocross 338 Racetrack (Southwick, MA)
Budds Creek MX Park (Budds Creek, MD)
Unadilla Valley Sports Center (New Berlin, NY)
Kenworthy's MX Park (Troy, OH)
Broome-Tioga Sports Center (Binghamton, NY)
Steel City Raceway (Delmont, PA)

2004 ESPN X Games (X)

Staple & Home Depot Centers (Los Angeles, CA)

2004 WMA Pro Series

Steel City Raceway (Delmont, PA)

2003 AMA U.S. MX Series

High Point Raceway (Mt. Morris, PA)
Motocross 338 Racetrack (Southwick, MA)
Budds Creek MX Park (Budds Creek, MD)
Unadilla Valley Sports Center (New Berlin, NY)
Broome-Tioga Sports Center (Binghamton, NY)
Steel City Raceway (Delmont, PA)
Sharp Focus: MX Racing
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Broome-Tioga Sports Center (Binghamton, NY)
August 22, 2004

125cc Race Start
125cc Race Start
Moto 2
Davi Millsaps (188)
Davi Millsaps (188)
Team Suzuki / Dunlop
James Stewart (259)
James Stewart (259)
Team Chevy Trucks / Kawasaki
Branden Jesseman (49)
Branden Jesseman (49)
Team Suzuki / Dunlop
Chris Gosselaar (35)
Chris Gosselaar (35)
Amsoil / Chaparral / Honda
Mike Brown (3)
Mike Brown (3)
Boost Mobile / Yamaha of Troy
250cc Race Start
250cc Race Start
Moto 1
250cc Race Start
250cc Race Start
Moto 2
Ricky Carmichael (4)
Ricky Carmichael (4)
Team Honda
Kyle Lewis (23)
Kyle Lewis (23)
Team Moto XXX / Honda
Carsten (96) vs Plotts (66)
Carsten (96) vs Plotts (66)
250cc, Moto 2
Jean-Sebastien Roy (67)
Jean-Sébastien Roy (67)
Honda Canada / Blackfoot
Race Highlights

In the 250cc class, Ricky Carmichael won both motos, maintaining his season perfect - 20 victories in 20 motos! Chad Reed finished second with two runner-up positions. Sebastien Tortelli was back on the podium with 4/4 finishes, good for third overall.

In 125cc, James Stewart won both motos, assuring his 125 National Champion title for 2004 - despite the fact that there are two rounds left in the series! Suzuki's Broc Hepler finished second overall with 2/3 finishes, and maintains his second position in the point standings. His teammate Davi Millsaps finished third overall with moto finishes of 4/2.

The 125 championship is already decided, but if Stewart wins one of the two remaining rounds he will become the all-time wins leader in AMA 125 Motocross racing history. His own AMA 125 Motocross single-season record of 10 wins can also be broken!

Next event: September 5, 2004 at Steel City Raceway (Delmont, PA)


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