Round two of the Australian Supercross Championship underway.
Over 8000 tonnes of dirt brought into South Australian venue.
Minimal work completed on factory contenders according to team owner.
Western Australian contender partially collapses both lungs.
Former supercross champion cements premier class future.
Factory organisation prepared to host Australian if he remains aboard CRF450R.
South Australian looking to replicate race-winning performance from 2018.
Honda-mounted privateer suffers foot injuries in Brisbane crash.
Complete 20-round schedule confirmed for next season.
Reigning champion endures challenging night in Brisbane.
Red Bull KTM Factory Racing rider the second high-profile rider to withdraw.
Beaton and Kjer Olsen confirmed in Nestaan-MX operated team.
Australian likely to pilot CRF450R at S-X Open Auckland and AUS-X Open Melbourne.
Western Australian scores 10th in Queensland's opening round.
South Australian denied of podium result in Brisbane.
Serco Yamaha ace on the box for the first time since May.
Motocross champion confident of lining up at Port Adelaide.
Both Clout and Reardon deny any ongoing rift following opening round.
Penrite Honda Racing entry recovers for third in Queensland.
CDR Yamaha Monster Energy rider lands on the podium at the season-opener.
Second main event result denies American of landing on the box.
Competitive duo remain with factory-supported team for 2020.
Premier class podium completed by Reardon and Clout.
Tanti and Blose lock out the top three in Queensland's opener.
Afternoon sessions complete at the opening round of season 2019.
Starting grid reduced to 10 gates in tight confines of Brisbane Entertainment Centre.
Terrafirma Equipment Sales livery unveiled ahead of Brisbane.
Raceline KTM Thor rookie quickly adapts to the discipline.
Lengthy MXoN preparations prompt Husqvarna rider to recuperate.
Yamalube Yamaha Racing rider primed for Brisbane's AUS Supercross opener.