News

Monster Energy Kawasaki Holeshots to Double Victory in Daytona

March 13, 2017

Monster Energy Kawasaki rider Eli Tomac and his KX450F earned another commanding win in Daytona Beach, Florida with a 17.6 second margin of victory over the competition. Tomac qualified for the 450SX Class Main Event in with a holeshot and win in Heat 2. Tomac was first to the checkered flag earning his fifth victory of the year with another dominant performance on what has become known as the most demanding Monster Energy Supercross race of the year. Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki rider Adam Cianciarulo took top honors with a win at Daytona International Speedway followed by teammate Joey Savatgy in second place, making it a Kawasaki 1-2 in the 250SX Class Main Event.  Read More

Read more

Four Wins for Rea after Thailand Double

March 13, 2017

Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team) continued his perfect start to the latest FIM Superbike World Championship campaign on the Ninja ZX-10RR with another double win this weekend. Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team) had his best finish of the year, taking second place in the second race. Rea scored his fourth win in a row, giving him a perfect score of 100 points so far and a championship lead of 30 over Chaz Davies. A grandstand finish gave Tom his third podium of the season, and third place overall in the championship rankings, with a total of 62 points. In the Manufacturers’ Standings, Kawasaki’s lead was extended to 24 points after two rounds.   Read More. ...

Read more

Monster Energy Kawasaki Rider Tomac Tops Toronto SX

March 6, 2017

TORONTO — Eli Tomac gained his fourth Monster Energy AMA Supercross 450SX Class victory of the season on Saturday, beating Ryan Dungey by 14.2 seconds at the Rogers Centre.  In addition to winning the main event, Tomac took the fastest time in qualifying and a heat race win. "Tonight was great," said Tomac. "Obviously this is the result we want and the points we need. I felt really strong in the race, I'd look back here and there to see if I needed to pick up the pace or stay consistent and to have that control is a great feeling. The track was, once again, really tough and I'm really happy to come away with the win." Tomac has won four of the six events, topping podiums in Glendale, Oakland and Minneapolis. He currently holds second place in the point standings, 24 points behind Ryan Dungey.   Fellow Kawasaki rider, Adam Cianciarulo, placed second in an eventful 250SX class race, gaining his first podium finish of the season.  Cianciarulo holds third in the...

Read more