Features 1 Apr 2014

This Month in Digits: March 2014

Topical numbers broken down from during the past month.

Image: Simon Cudby.

Image: Simon Cudby.


Yoshimura Suzuki’s James Stewart reached a milestone 50 career victories in the Monster Energy Supercross 450SX Class.


Team Motul Suzuki’s Matt Moss kicked off his 2014 Monster Energy MX Nationals MX1 title defence with a winning total of 100 championship points from Broadford’s opening round.


250cc two-strokes ruled the MX2 podium at Broadford’s season-opening round of the Monster Energy MX Nationals with Kayne Lamont, Brenden Harrison and Hamish Harwood occupying the top spots.


The number 10 has proven to be a rough digit for the Penrite Oil Honda Racing team in the past month. Both Josh Cachia (MX2) and Cody Cooper (MX1) were unable to contest the opening round of the MX Nationals on their number 10 machines due to injury.


In fourth place overall it was Serco Yamaha’s Luke Clout earning the highest placing four-stroke position at the Monster Energy MX Nationals season opener.

Image: Simon Makker.

Image: Simon Makker.


Red Bull Ice One Husqvarna Factory Racing team’s Todd Waters earned a season best finish of seventh overall at round three of the 2014 MXGP World Championship in Beto Carrero, Brazil.

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My Sport Live introduced the live streaming of the final motos (two at select rounds, three at others) for the MX1, MX2 and MXD classes at all rounds for 2014, along with the regular practice and qualifying schedule carrying over from 2013.


Following an extended hiatus from the class, Errol Willis made an impressive return to the MX2 category with a third place finish in Broadford’s opening small-bore moto for the 2014 season.


Just eight points separate Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki’s Martin Davalos and GEICO Honda’s Justin Bogle as they begin a two-week break in the Eastern Regional Monster Energy Supercross 250SX schedule.


Reigning Australian MX2 Motocross champion Luke Styke put on his best MXGP World Championship performance at Brazil’s third round of the series with a 13th overall finish in the MX2 category.