Jeff Stanton is still a badass dude and continues to spread his knowledge in the sport by working with Justin Barcia and the boys at Honda where his legacy in the sport first began. Jeff has also been an integral part of the Ricky Carmichael University from day one and will once again be an instructor on Monday, September 10th ,following the final round of the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship at Lake Elsinore. The list of all-star instructors lined up for the Lake Elsinore campus includes RC, Emig, Stanton, Mama Carmichael, and Johnny O’Mara. That is a grand total of 27 championships that students will be able to learn from in a very “one-on-one” teaching environment. Check out www.mxsports.com for more information and to register. Don’t let this opportunity to learn from some true legends of the sport pass you by!
Ronnie Renner has always been a favorite guest on DMXS from the very beginning. His funny and candid interviews never disappoint, and we still consider him our southern brother even though the transplanted Floridian now resides in California. It’s always a blast catching up and we look forward to doing so tonight.
Jason Weigandt is back for some final thoughts on the nationals, silly-season and beyond. His insight is usually wrong, but our listeners really like this guy for some reason.
Mike Burgess from Team Sakai Racing and Chase Yocom are organizing support for Stone Elder, a young 15-year-old amateur motocross prospect that was just diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma. The cancer was discovered after being taken to the hospital after a crash preparing for Loretta Lynn’s. The benefit auction is up and going so just search “Stone Edler” on eBay for some of the coolest signed gear and swag. You can also contact Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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