Monster Energy Supercross Press Day Interviews

San Manuel/Red Bull/Yamaha’s James Stewart has been extra low-key this winter, but it was obvious at Anaheim Stadium that he is ready to race and have some fun. Bubba clowned a reporter in the press conference who asked him why he didn’t just slow down to keep from crashing so much. We talk about that, and a lot more in this quick interview with JS7.

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Red Bull KTM’s reigning MX2 World Champion Marvin Musquin was slated to contest the Western Regional Supercross Lites series, but he blew out his knee at the Bercy Supercross in November and won’t make his US debut until the start of the Motocross Nationals. The personable French rider was on hand at A1 Press Day today, and we grabbed him for a few minutes before the conference started…

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Geico Powersports Honda’s Wil Hahn showed up at Anaheim Stadium looking clean-cut a respectable today. We asked him about his championship hopes, his new bike, how hard it is to maintain his snazzy new hairdo, and some other stuff, too.

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Red Bull KTM’s Mike Alessi is making a return to Supercross after taking all of 2010 off to concentrate on the Motocross Nationals. Mikey admits that he had to knock the cobwebs off, but says that he is ready and excited to race this weekend.

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Geico Powersports Kevin Windham may be the oldest veteran in the elite class, but he’s ready for his new competition. There’s no doubt that K-Dub’s style will help him get to the top, plus he’s been working on his starts.

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Motoconcepts Yamaha’s Kyle Chisholm hasn’t been able to race Anaheim 1 in a couple of years, but Chizzy is more than ready to throw it down this year. His recent trip to Bercy showed that his supercross skills are on point right now, and he’s hoping to do the same Saturday night.

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New team, and a new color is what’s new for Rockstar Suzuki’s Martin Davalos. The Lites class veteran is stoked for the change, and he’s ready to show everyone what he’s got. You’re going to have to wait, though, because he won’t be lining up on the gate until the first East Coast round kicks off in Houston, Texas.

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F0r 2011, Motoconcepts Yamaha’s Vince Friese is making the jump to the 450s. In fact, the whole team is. Motoconcepts is now a 450 only team. Friese said that he is a little nervous going into the first round, but he’s confident that his practice is going to pay off.

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Factory Honda’s Josh Grant is also excited to race Saturday night, as he should be. Riding alongside his teammate, Trey Canard, JG is feeling right at home back on a Honda.

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Rockstar Suzuki’s Jason Anderson is fresh out of the Loretta Lynn’s graduating class of 2010 with the AMA’s Horizon Award, and he’s ready to continue his dominance at the first East Coast round in Houston. He was sidelined for a couple of weeks due to complications with some old hardware that he had in his arm, but he’s back, and he’s ready to ride!

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