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Toronto, ONT, Canada – As the 12th round of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross headed north of the American border, AG Motorsports rider, #50 Kyle Peters was looking to continue as a podium contender. However, a hard crash in practice that injured his throttle hand would set the tone for the rest his day.
After qualifying 15th for the evening event, Kyle was placed in Heat 2. When the gate dropped, Kyle did not get the start he usually gets. Coming through the first turn in 5th, Kyle set his pace and maintained for a 6th place finish sending him to the Main Event.Continue reading “AG Motorsports Toronto Race Report” »
Indianapolis, IN – As the 11th round of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross rolled in to Indy, AG Motorsports rider, Kyle Peters was ready to improve on his season. Little did he know this was going to be the best night of his Pro career.
After qualifying 12th fastest for the evening event, Kyle was placed in Heat 1. When the gate dropped for Heat 1, Kyle got a good start and settled in the 5th position wire to wire.Continue reading “AG Motorsports on Podium in Indy” »
Daytona Beach, FL – Heading into the 10th round of the Monster Energy Supercross, AG Motorsports rider #50 Kyle Peters was ready to put the disappointing St. Louis weekend behind him and get back to racing.
Daytona proved to be a great blend of Motocross and Supercross that was very technical. Kyle was fast all day and had a solid qualifying time putting him 10th fastest for the evening event.Continue reading “AG Motorsports Daytona Race Report” »
St. Louis, MO – As the Round 10 of the Monster Energy Supercross headed to the “Show Me” State of Missouri, AG Motorsports rider, #50 Kyle Peters was ready to improve upon his 8th place finish in Atlanta. As fate would have it, St. Louis was not going to be his best race of the season.
After qualifying 12th, Kyle had the 6th gate pick for Heat 1. When the gate dropped, Kyle had a great start and came around the first turn battling for the top spot. With the riders stacked up, Kyle hit the triple jump with three abreast and came down on a tough block. The impact bent his rear brake pedal around his foot beg and he had to remain racing with only his front brake. Without the ability to attack the corners, Kyle slipped back to 19thand would have to make his way to the Main Event through the LCQ.Continue reading “AG Motorsports St. Louis Race Report” »
Atlanta, GA – As the 8th round of the Monster Energy Supercross rolled into Atlanta, AG Motorsports rider #50 Kyle Peters had momentum from a solid performance in Dallas.
After qualifying 9th, Kyle was placed in Heat 2. When the gate dropped for the second heat race, Kyle had a rough start as he got off the gate and was mid pack through the first lap. Kyle put his head down and began picking off riders one at a time on a track that proved to be tough to pass on. When the checkered flew, Kyle worked his way to a 4th place finish giving him a good gate pick for the Main Event.
When the gate dropped for the Main Event, Kyle again struggled with his start and came around the first turn in 10th. He battled with Lance Vincent for a few laps before finally making the pass. This allowed Faith and Hill to pull away and presented a challenge to make up the gap. Kyle put down some of his fastest laps while closing the gap on Faith and Hill but catching them proved to be easier than making the pass on a “one line” track. Kyle went on to finish 8th in the Main and currently sits 5th in the Championship points standings.Continue reading “AG Motorsports Atlanta Race Report” »
Arlington, TX – With the Monster Energy AMA Supercross series heading east, it was time for new stars to shine as the 250 SX Eastern Region kicked off in the Lone Star State at Cowboy Stadium. Under the lights of the $1 billion stadium and with a live broadcast, excitement filled the chilly air and everyone was making their predictions for who was going to come out on top. But on this night, AG Motorsports rider #50 Kyle Peters was going to be the dark horse that surprised many.Continue reading “AG Motorsports Dallas Race Report” »
Bristol, TN – AG Motorsports is proud to announce the signing of #50 Kyle Peters to their 2013 Pro team. Kyle will contest the 250 Class of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross, East Coast series and the 250 Class of the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship series.
The second year Pro looks to improve upon his rookie season with a new team, a new bike, and a new set of goals for 2013. “I’m looking forward to the upcoming season. I’ve been training really hard and can’t wait to get out there racing”, said Kyle.Continue reading “Kyle Peters Signs with AG Motorsports” »
Bristol, TN – AG Motorsports is proud to announce they have signed Kill Cliff™ as the Title Sponsor for the remaining rounds of the 2012 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship series.
Kill Cliff™ is a company that’s looking to do something different. They are not producing just another drink, but a beverage that meets the recovery requirements of the fittest. Kill Cliff™ was created by a former US Navy SEAL who wanted to create a tasty drink he and his peers could consume on a daily basis and one that would deliver a unique blend of nutrients formulated to support mitigating inflammation from overuse injuries resulting from strenuous exercise and physical exertion.Continue reading “Kill Cliff Recovery Drink Signs as New Title Sponsor” »
Presented by AG PerformanceBristol, TN – Team Dragon Racing Fuels/AG Motorsports/Cernics KTM debuts their 2012 National Amateur Team in Gainesville, FL at the annual Motocross Winter Olympics known as the Mini O’s.
Keith Tucker will debut his AG Performance KTM’s in the 85cc 14/15 Stock, Mod, and Super Mini classes. Colton Ford and Chandler Lindsey will compete in the Schoolboy 1&2 classes on their AG Performance powered KTM’s.
Unfortunately Jessie Wentland will not debut this weekend due to an injury he sustained while preparing for the Mini O’s. However, Jessie will be present throughout the week and will appreciate the well wishes as he recovers. So stop by the team paddock and chat with the riders. Continue reading “Dragon Racing Fuels/AG Motorsports/Cernics KTM Heads to the Mini O’s” »
In the Lites Main Event, Willard jumped out of the gate in 5th and in the confinements of the signature Arenacross track he had his work cut out for him. When the riders settled in for the race, Willard found himself in 3rd behind Moore and Gulley. As the two battled in front of Willard, on the seventh lap the experienced veteran took advantage of an opportunity and moved his way into first and then began to pull away. When the checkered flew, Willard had built a 6 second lead to take the win. Continue reading “Dragon Racing Fuels Des Moines AX Race Report presented by Rekluse” »