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Rockstar Energy Racing Suzuki's Blake Wharton raced to victory at the weekend's Houston Supercross 250cc Main Event as team-mate Davi Millsaps carded a top-five in the 450cc class to remain second in the series.
Coming off a week break from Easter, MotoConcepts Racing by Smartop riders Gavin Faith (#67/MCR250) and Mike Alessi (#800/MCR450) were prepared and ready to race the 13th round of Monster Energy Supercross in Houston, TX.
The FIM Motocross World Championship travels to Italy this weekend for round four of 18 and as the races are scratched off the calendar, so does the full force of the 2013 Rockstar Energy Suzuki Europe begin to reveal itself.
The International Six Days Enduro, the oldest offroad competition on the motorsports calendar goes to the Italian island of Sardinia from September 30 to October 5, 2013 to celebrate its centenary edition and KTM will be there as exclusive partner, complete with its comprehensive KTM Services.
A hot bed for hard enduro, Romania hosted the first major enduro race of the 2013 season this weekend with the King of the Hill Tournament. Besides the undisputed king of hard enduro, Husaberg’s Graham Jarvis, other big names of the extreme enduro scene took part – the young Wade Young, who celebrated his birthday in Romania, Chris Birch and Paul Bolton were only some of the 320 competitors at the start.
RCH Racing Suzuki riders Josh Hill and Broc Tickle both carded top-10 places on their RM-Z450s in Saturday night's 13th-round AMA/ FIM World Supercross Championship round at Houston in Texas.
Round 13 of the 2013 AMA/ FIM World Supercross Championships at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas on Saturday night was not the best of races for Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Racing's James Stewart even though he put in in a solid heat race and was running in a podium position in the 450 class Main Event before having to retire from the race.