Ken Roczen
The AMA Pro Motocross Championship came to an exciting close for Team Honda HRC at Indiana's Ironman MX, as Ken Roczen rode to another strong second-place finish with 3-2 marks and was named 2018 Sportsman of the Year. Over the course of his comeback season, Roczen earned six podium finishes, including two moto victories, as well as four additional top-five results, putting him third in the final points standings.

1. J. Barcia: Yamaha
2. K. Roczen: Honda HRC
3. M. Musquin: KTM

13. T. Tomita: Honda HRC
14. B. Lamay: Phoenix
17. I. Teasdale: TMM

1. Eli Tomac: 527
2. Marvin Musquin: 511
3. Ken Roczen: 445

11. Cody Cooper: 146
14. Toshiki Tomita: 111
15. Ben Lamay: 100
19. Lorenzo Locurcio: 71

RJ Hampshire
The season came to a remarkable close for the GEICO Honda 250 squad, with RJ Hampshire and Chase Sexton both landing on the podium for the second consecutive week, securing second and third overall, respectively. Hampshire concluded the championship in fourth, while Sexton finished sixth in his first full season.

1. A. Plessinger: Yamaha
2. RJ Hampshire: GEICO Honda
3. C. Sexton: GEICO Honda

14. A. Wagner: TiLube
16. J. Walker: Championship

1. Aaron Plessinger: 500
2. Alex Martin: 390
3. Justin Cooper: 352

4. RJ Hampshire: 337
6. Chase Sexton: 324
14. Jeremy Martin: 176
15. Cameron Mcadoo: 126


Marc Marquez
Unfortunately, the weather-related decision to move today's MotoGP race start forward to 11:30 a.m. local time proved ineffective when a steady, heavy rain began falling on the Silverstone Circuit Sunday morning. With track conditions deemed unsafe due to drainage issues, and with the rain itself failing to let off, the start was delayed repeatedly before the British GP was ultimately cancelled by Race Direction.


Tim Gajser
Team HRC's Tim Gajser claimed his sixth podium of the year by finishing the MXGP of Bulgaria in second place overall after a second and a third in the two races contested at Sevlievo. This fine result allowed him to return to fourth place in the championship standings. Gajser's teammate Todd Waters had a difficult time as he was 19th and 16th in the two motos.


Hunter Lawrence
In the MX2 class at the Bulgarian GP, Hunter Lawrence once again finished in third place overall after scoring his highest points tally of the season with 5-2 finishes. The Australian rider could have even finished a bit higher in the first race had he not made a couple of errors early on but in the second race it was good to see him challenge for the lead. His Honda 114 Motorsports teammate Bas Vaessen also scored his best points total of the season as he finished 10th overall.