Metcalfe, Gracyk, Hahn, Hibbert, Adams, Beams, WWR on DMXS Tonight

Monster Energy / Pro Circuit’s Brett Metcalfe is finally feeling his grove after a very disappointing opening round where a mechanical issue cost him dearly. Brett has finished on the box the last two out of three races and looks for some payback this week at Anaheim 3. We have always admired his fortitude and dedication since coming over in 2003 and his hard work has pain off with the coveted Pro Circuit ride. Brett will be checking in from Cali where he is still trying to get his gear clean from San Francisco. He had no idea that Mitch only issued then one set for the year.

Troy Lee Designs / Honda / Red Bull’s Gavin Gracyk has had an emotional year with the loss of his beloved father, but he is getting back to doing what they both loved, and that is racing. Gavin opened some eyes last summer during the nationals and has carried that momentum into the Supercross season. We have always pulled for this popular kid and are glad to welcome him back on tonight.

Yamaha / Toyota’s Wil “One L” Hahn has made an impressive transition to the pro ranks since earning the TMX Athlete Program’s 2008 Toyota-sponsored ride. After it was announced at the Air Nautiques Amateur National Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn’s last year, Wil had very little time to celebrate since was set to race the Supercross Lites class on the West coast. The young Texan has shown why he was chosen with consistent rides throughout the series and a top ten in the points standings to show for it. We will chat with the younger Hahn brother this evening.

Monster Energy’s / Arctic Cat’s Tucker Hibbert has always been one of our favorite guests and we were stoked with his back-to-back Snocross Gold Medal wins at ESPN’s Winter X-Games last week. Tucker could easily stay in the snow and make a comfortable living, but this kid pushes the limits with passion for motorcycles too. Our Northern brother will be calling in from somewhere in a snowbank in Minnesota tonight.

Hart & Huntington / Rockstar’s Troy Adams finally showed his speed last week in the mud at San Francisco. We knew he was better than his results were showing and his hard work paid off. Troy has always been a good friend of the show and we are excited for his success.’s Robb Beams will be announcing the winners of his complimentary training services from the many applications that were submitted. Tune in to hear if your ticket was pulled tonight!

MotoXDream’s Steve “Ned” Flanders runs the coolest fantasy racing league out there. He has picked up yet another huge sponsor to add to the ever growing list of prizes for the players. joins the team and Steve will have the details and break down the series so far.

WWR welcomes on Cytomax’s Jeff Montgomery, and WWR rider, Manu Rivas for their segment tonight. Power to the Privateer!

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