Pro Circuit Racing Around The Globe


Jeremy “Twitch” Stenberg took home gold in Best Whip.
(Photo: Steve Cox)

Staples Center in Los Angeles was host to Moto X during X Games Los Angeles 2012 last week. Pro Circuit athletes made a presence by not only taking home medals in six of the eight Moto X events, but also by sweeping the podium in Best Trick with Jackson Strong winning gold, Taka Higashino winning silver, and Cam Sinclair winning bronze. More medals came from Pro Circuit athletes in the form of Jeremy “Twitch” Stenberg winning gold and Todd Potter winning bronze in Best Whip, Higashino earning gold in Freestyle, Brian Deegan taking home bronze in Step Up, Nate Adams winning silver and Ronnie Faisst grabbing bronze in Speed & Style, and Tarah Gieger winning silver in Women’s Moto X Racing.


Twitch’s bike was dripping in gold for Best Whip.
(Photo: Steve Cox)


Fellow Pro Circuit athlete, Todd Potter, took home a bronze in Best Whip.
(Photo: Steve Cox)


Strong, Higashino, and Sinclair celebrate on the Best Trick podium.
(Photo: Steve Cox)


Higashino’s “Rock Solid Backflip” earned him gold in Freestyle and silver in Best Trick.
(Photo: Steve Cox)


“The Jack” earned Strong an X Games Gold Medal in Best Trick.
(Photo: Steve Cox)


Deegan’s Step Up skills earned him bronze in the popular event.
(Photo: Steve Cox)


Adams and Faisst show off their X Games hardware on the Speed & Style podium. Adams’ Speed & Style silver is his 13th X Games medal, and puts him in a tie with Travis Pastrana as the most decorated Moto X athlete in X Games history.
(Photo: Steve Cox)


Tarah Gieger took home silver in Women’s Moto X Racing.
(Photo: Steve Cox)


Gieger was all smiles on the Women’s Moto X Racing podium.
(Photo: Steve Cox)



Tommy Searle stands atop the MX2 podium at the GP of Sweden.
(Photo: David Bulmer/vurbmoto.com)

The ninth round of the 2012 FIM World Motocross Championship was held this past weekend at the GP of Sweden in Uddevalla. Pro Circuit’s Tommy Searle finished 2-1 to earn his fourth overall victory in MX2. Searle is currently 16 points out of the lead in MX2 point standings. Teammate Joel Roelants finished 3-16 for seventh in MX2, and is currently fourth in MX2 point standings. In MX1, Pro Circuit’s Christophe Pourcel took home 2-2 for second overall and is currently third in MX1 point standings. Teammate Sebastien Pourcel finished 3-6 for fourth overall, and is currently 12th in MX1 point standings. The Pro Circuit crew now makes its way to the tenth round of the 2012 FIM World Motocross Championship, which will be held at the GP of Latvia in Kegums next weekend.


Searle is only 16 points out of the lead in MX2 point standings.
(Photo: David Bulmer/vurbmoto.com)


Pourcel went 2-2 for second overall in MX1.
(Photo: David Bulmer/vurbmoto.com)


Christophe is currently third overall in MX1 point standings.
(Photo: David Bulmer/vurbmoto.com)

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