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Trey Canard, Pro 450 Motocross – Honda Muscle Milk
Trey had his best race of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship last Saturday at Millville, Minnesota. In both moto’s he battled James Stewart for the win and it came down to a wheel. He went 2-2 for 2nd overall and currently 5th in the series.
www.powersports.honda.com/racing/motocross/mxsx1_2012_honda_team/trey_canard_profiles.aspx

Jason Thomas, XC2 Reigning Champion
Reigning XC2 Pro Lites champion, Jason Thomas is currently 19 points down from rookie Grant Baylor in the XC2 Class. He’s mainly supported by former GNCC and World Enduro Champion Shane Watts this year and has been helping teach Wattsy’s DirtWise Riding Schools in the off time.
www.jasonthomasracing.com
www.shanewatts.com/schools

JD Beach, AMA Pro Daytona SportBike Racer – RoadRace Factory Red Bull Team
JD has already posted 4 podiums this season with his best finish so far a 2nd place at Mid-Ohio. During the 2012 season Beach finished 6th overall with two podiums and numerous top ten finishes. He was the 2008 Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup Champion.
www.roadracefactory.com/JD-Beach

Bryan Smith, Flat Track Racer – Crosley Radio/Howerton Motorsports
Smith pulled off his third consecutive Sacramento Mile victory at Cal Expo, but his recent win was less than a sure thing until the final seconds of the race. Despite leading the early part of the race, Smith dropped back to fifth when his rear tire heated up. In the standings Smith is 10th in the GNC Expert Singles, 3rd in the GNC Expert Twins and 3rd in the Combined class.
www.amaproracing.com

Tim Cotter, MX Sports Event Director
2013 marks the 32nd year for the Red Bull AMA Amateur National Motocross Championships at Loretta Lynn’s Dude Ranch. It’s located in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee and racers from all over the world compete. MX Sports will feature live streaming video coverage on RacerTV.com beginning on Tuesday, July 30 and running throughout the week, culminating with the first-ever live network television coverage on NBC Saturday, Aug. 3 at 3 p.m. ET / 12 p.m. PT.
www.mxsports.com