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Mike Mason
Mike Mason began his Moto career as a racer in his local Nevada scene. He started riding at the age of 5 and kept at it on the amateur level before making the transition to pro Arenacross in the early 2000s. After a few years of chasing glory on the Arenacross scene, Mason made the transition to FMX as the sport began to explode around the same time. By 2006, Mason was an X-Games regular and began to rack up medals in the FMX and Speed & Style Categories. In 2013 he became the first athlete to repeat Speed & Style gold medals with his win in Barcelona, and he has gone on to take a total of 4 Golds in the category.

Mason still actively rides around the world, and does regular guest appearances on the Nitro Circus World Tour. In his spare time he has begun to dabble in broadcasting for X-Games and also plays guitar full time in a metal band.
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Adam Cianciarulo
Florida native Adam Cianciarulo began his motocross career at the age of 3 after watching Supercross races with his Dad. Cianciarulo was actively racing by Age 4, and quickly became one of the hottest rising stars in the sport. He was tapped by Kawasaki’s coveted Team Green amateur support program shortly after and went on to have one of the most successful Amateur Motocross careers in the history of the sport, winning a total of 11 championships. All of his amateur success led to an opportunity to join the most prestigious 250 race team in the sport, Mitch Payton’s Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki team.

Cianciarulo turned pro in the summer of 2013, and despite an illness early in his campaign he was able to earn a podium finish in his first race in Utah and a total of five top 10 finishes as a rookie. 2014 saw AC’s Supercross debut and he came out swinging with 3 wins in the first 5 races before getting injured. Following his injury the next two years would be a rough go for Cianciarulo as injuries plagued the young rider and he was only able to complete partial seasons. Nonetheless, Mitch Payton stuck by his side and he would return to full strength in the summer of 2016, with an all new training program alongside Ken Roczen. He put in many impressive rides during the Pro Motocross season and was starting to show the spark he began his pro career with.

In 2017 Cianciarulo was finally healthy coming into a Supercross season and he scored his first win of the year at his hometown race at Daytona International Speedway in Florida. After multiple podium finishes during that SX campaign, AC missed out on the East Coast SX Championship in Las Vegas by just two points. Adam had a successful summer as well in 2017, with two podium overall finishes and the Overall victory at Budds Creek in Maryland.

The story of Adam Cianciarulo surely is not over, and he will return to action with the Pro Circuit outfit again in 2018 and beyond.
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Race Report - AX Tour Round 2/3 | 16/03/2018

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Coming into the second stop of the Rockstar Energy Triple Crown Series in Calgary, Alberta, Honda Canada/GDR/Fox Racing MX1 rider Colton Facciotti held the red plate signifying the series points lead and MX2 team rider Dylan Wright was anxious to make a statement after a disappointing first round.

Both team riders put in strong races during night 1 of the double-header.  Colton Facciotti and Dylan Wright both won their qualifiers and followed it up with an exciting battle over the Clash for Cash.  Facciotti eventually over-took Wright for the win and the extra Triple Crown points.  Facciotti went on to finish 3rd in the MX1 Main Event and Wright went on to finish 2nd in the MX2 Main Event proving that he has contender speed.

Rolling into night 2 of the Double-header, the race adrenaline levels were high and Colton Facciotti looked confident riding into the top MX1 qualifying spot. Dylan Wright was setting fast laps during the MX2 qualifiers, but crashed hard landing on his shoulder and was questionable for the Main Event.  Wright was forced to ride it out on the sidelines to collect any MX2 series points he could. During the MX1 Main Event, Facciotti didn’t back down and raced for the win but could only finish in 2nd place moving him backwards one spot to second overall in the Triple Crown.

The next Rockstar Energy Triple Crown Series AX event resumes April 7th in Sarnia, Ontario.


MX2 AX Tour Overall Points:

1st – Shawn Maffenbeier – 90

2nd – Ryan Lockhart – 69

3rd – Marco Cannella – 62

4th – Tanner Ward – 60

5th – Dylan Wright - 58


MX1 AX Tour Overall Points:

1st – Cole Thompson – 96

2nd – Colton Facciotti – 89

3rd – Tyler Medaglia – 75

4th – Matt Goerke – 68

5th – Dillan Epstein – 63

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Daytona, FL - Supercross Race Recap | 12/03/2018

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The 10th round of the 2018 SX series saw the riders tackle the infield of the famed Daytona Motor Speedway. Known as the toughest and longest track of the season, the riders had their work cut out for them.


250 –

Daytona marked the 4th round of the east coast 250 series. Coming off of two wins in a row, Fox Monster Pro Circuit Kawasaki rider, Austin Forkner was coming into Daytona just 2 points out of the series lead.


Austin started strong, posting the fastest time in both timed qualifying sessions during the day.


Heat race 2 saw Fox Monster Pro Circuit Kawasaki riders, Martin Davalos and Austin Forker lined up on the gate.  Both riders were off to good starts and finished the heat in second and third.


As the main event started, both riders got good starts coming out of the first turn near the front of the pack. Martin rode a solid race ending the night in 5th. Austin had the speed to stay at the front of the pack finishing 3rd for the night. The strong finish from Austin has him tied for the series points lead as they head to St. Louis next weekend.    


450 –

Chad Reed is still searching for the right bike setup and riding into shape after a preseason injury. He was able to qualify directly to the main from the heat race. Chad put in another consistent ride in the main event with a 12th place finish.


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