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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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Steel City Raceway (Delmont, PA)
September 5, 2004

250cc Race Start
250cc Race Start
Moto 1
Ricky Carmichael (4)
Ricky Carmichael (4)
Team Honda
Sean Hamblin (36)
Sean Hamblin (36)
Team Suzuki
Chad Reed (22)
Chad Reed (22)
Team Yamaha
Anderson vs Laughridge
Anderson vs Laughridge
250cc, Moto 2
Jeremy McGrath (2)
Jeremy McGrath (2)
Team Honda
125cc Race Start
125cc Race Start
Moto 1
Walker vs Stewart
Walker vs Stewart
125cc, Moto 2
Josh Woods (50)
Josh Woods (50)
Team Red Bull / KTM
James Stewart (259)
James Stewart (259)
Team Chevy Truck Kawasaki
Nick Wey (27)
Nick Wey (27)
Team Suzuki
James Stewart (259)
James Stewart (259)
Team Chevy Truck Kawasaki
Race Highlights

What a great Labor Day weekend that was... we hope you were there too, so much happened!

First of all, Ricky Carmichael secured his 5th AMA National Champion title after winning both motos in Steel City this Sunday. RC remains undefeated this season - 22 victories in 22 motos! Kevin Windham was second overall, with 2/3 finishes. Mike Alessi was third, despite being caught in a crash with Reed and McGrath in moto 1. This was Mike's second pro race ever.

Jeremy "Showtime" McGrath was racing a CRF 450 for Team Honda. He did not finish moto 2 due to mechanical problems, but will still be able to keep Number 2 for next season. The last time MC raced an outdoor National was more than 4 years ago.

To top it all off, James "Bubba" Stewart won both motos in the 125 class - amazing, but no big surprise here. What may come up as a surprise is that with today's win Stewart becomes the all-time 125 National win leader - 27 wins in only 3 seasons - that's more than Carmichael's personal record! Broc Hepler - a local favorite - finished second overall with 3/5. Troy Adams rode his Kawasaki to the third spot on the podium with finishes of 7/3.

Next Event: September 12, 2004 at Glen Helen Raceway (San Bernardino, CA)


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