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Rain was the forecast the weekend and first part of the week heading into the 2012 Loretta Lynn Amateur Regional Championship SouthEast round, that was to be held the Mill Creek Motocross Park in Pell City Alabama. Worried the rain would follow us into the race weekend, a quick check of the seven day forecast showed what was to be a great weekend for amateur racing!
It appears the internet is blowing up today about Adam Cianciarulo's first day on a 250f. What I would like to see is some video! Stay tuned to see how he is adapting to the new ride! Follow me on Twitter stay tuned! https://twitter.com/#!/Southeastmxcom
The beginning of my blog starts at the end of our road trip to the fabulous Budds Creek Motocross Park in Mechanicsville, MD. A trip like this leaves you with memories that last a lifetime. Being able to witness some of the fastest riders in the world, all on one track, all with one goal is an opportunity I would advise anyone to jump to when given the chance.
The whole trip began roughly around 8am on Friday morning June 17, 2011. The crew piled into our F150 and departed on the nine-hour adventure up to Amish country and the place we would call home for the weekend. With this being my first National, I had no idea what my future held, however, I knew that it was going to be an awesome weekend hands down. For those who have never been before, let me tell you, the ride is very easy and totally worth it. We made it up in great time, even after hitting some stand still in Richmond for about an hour due to some construction issues. Other than that we stayed on cruise control most of the way up!
Jame Sterwart was on DMXS Radio last night speaking freely about several issues over this season.
Stewart said he is planning to stay in shape while out but wants to take time to heal 100% so no long term problems will come from his injuries. DMXS asked him if he would do anything different in Phoenix, the track where he crossed paths in front of Partridge and he answered no. He said it was a racing accident and that's all. He said being one of the top guys in our sport, he deserves every criticism he gets and every praise he gets. He knows it was a racing accident but, people say he is dangerous and all that but, he had two choices that night. One was to run into the back of Windham or cut over. Stewart said he did not see Partridge when he made his move and the tangled up. When asked if he would do the same thing over, Stewart answered yes he would. He took the blame however, saying that it was his fault for the accident. He said he shouldn't have cut over but when Windham jumped straight up, he didn't want to run into him. He then said "You win all these races, do one thing wrong and it's like your the worse person in the world, it is what it is."
DMXS asked about the confrontation with Reed and pushing Reed's bike over, which he was jokingly denying doing. Stewart explained that he was human too and has emotions and it angered him when Reed cut under him taking him out. He said he has since had time to review the incident and felt that he was wrong about the take out move but, they have had "History" between the two of them and figured it was as it appeared to be that night.
He went on to talk about what he enjoys doing while having the time off. What "James Stewart" is like when he is not racing but sitting at home watching YouTube video's and such. One of the biggest surprises was when he later said he would be competing in the Nationals this year. To hear the full interview, check out www.DMXSRadio.com . The interview was approximately an hour long and Stewart was pretty jovial during it and sounded really relaxed. I think if you take the time to listen, you will enjoy it as well.
Don’t forget to check out his new reality series “Bubba’s World” presented by Geico, premiering on Sunday, March 28, at 10PM ET/PT on FUEL TV, FOX Sports Net, SPEED, Fox College Sports, and Fox Reality Channel.
08/07/09 00:07:23 AM Contributed by: JoJmoto Views:: 1,047
Joey Crown did not get the start that he wanted in this first moto of the week, but by the half way mark, he passed several people and worked his way into a dominating lead only to have his bike quit with about one lap to go. This photo shows his frustration after he pushed his bike to the side of the track. There is no doubt about it, Joey Crown was the fastest kid on the track during this race! Like they say, its motocross and anything can happen!
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Right after the fourth race of 2009 Loretta Lynn's Amateur Nationals, Malcolm Stewart heads back to his pits at Greenville, the location where every year factory Kawasaki is located. Coming off a second place finish in his first moto of the week, Big James Stewart follows him back with a smile on his face. Second is a great way to start the week for any rider at this weeks long event!
SEMX catches up with Big James and shoots him a few questions us parents might want to know about the early years..see what he had to say.