James Stewart / Mike Alessi / Tony Alessi / DC / Wey / Beams on DMXS Tonight!
San Manuel Yamaha's James Stewart was a huge favorite going into the US Open, but debuting the much anticipated 2010 Yamaha YZ450F left just enough bench racing room to speculate the “what-if's”on the weekend. But James dominated in his usual fashion and made his team and a lot of engineers in Japan very, very happy. James may have taken the summer off but his fan appreciation ride days were a huge hit and the defending champ looks to come into the supercross season well-rested and ready to defend. We'll cover all that and take a few questions from some fans in the chat room too.
Tony Alessi is the shortest, yet most effective lightning rod in our sport. The well-meaning father has taken his share of blows over the last several months and wants to set the record straight on a few things. We wanted to give him an opportunity to personally address the criticism in his own words and will cover a lot of ground tonight.
I think it says a lot about Mike Alessi that he has once again landed on his feet. Like a slung cat by his tail, the still popular rider landed softly and showed his perseverance and signature determination by securing a very sweet deal with KTM that will have him representing the company around the globe. We will hear from Mike tonight as he prepares for the next chapter in his career and also takes dead aim at some of the cyberspace banter.
Davey Coombs constantly has his finger on the pulse of our sport and has even been known to literally put his ear to the ground to hear what's coming. His insightful dedication to the outdoors this year led to some significant improvements and growth with bigger and better things to come. We will catch up with DC and have him grade the outdoors this year and sneak a peak into what is in store for next year along with a MXdN and US Open recap.
Nick Wey is a fan favorite on the show and we always enjoy having the Michigan Mafia boss in the house. Nick raced the US Open last weekend and he will break down his weekend for us.
Robb Beams from Motoendurance.net has just announced they will be accepting sponsorship applications for all three levels of their support which includes professional, elite, and expert. Robb has an excellent reputation in our sport and continues to attract some of the top riders like Ashley Fiolek and Ian Trettel. His training complex in Florida is one of the premier year round facilities so please take the time to check out what is offered at www.motoendurance.net <http://www.motoendurance.net/> for more information.
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