Welcome to Team Honda HRC – AMA SX/MX
TORRANCE, Calif. (July 29, 2015) – Team Honda HRC rider Cole Seely is now in recovery after undergoing a successful operation to his right shoulder this afternoon at Newport Center Surgical in Newport Beach, California, where Dr. Warren G. Kramer repaired a Bankart lesion in the glenoid labrum. The injury… read more.
Although the results weren’t what they had hoped for at the Washougal National, Team Honda HRC was happy to welcome back Trey Canard, who had been absent from competition since late March as he recuperated from a crash-induced injury incurred at the Detroit Supercross. Poor starts in both motos combined… read more.
TORRANCE, Calif. (July 21, 2015) – The stage is set for the highly anticipated return of Team Honda HRC’s Trey Canard for round nine of the AMA Pro Motocross Championship in Washougal, Washington. Canard has been sidelined since April, rehabbing an arm injury that was sustained at the Detroit Supercross,… read more.
Round eight of the AMA Pro Motocross series at Millville, Minnesota’s Spring Creek MX Park was marked by ups and downs for Team Honda HRC. Fredrik Noren put in another impressive performance aboard his factory CRF450R, scoring a career-best moto finish of fifth en route to a solid seventh on… read more.
In front of a massive Fourth of July crowd at the famous RedBud National in Buchanan, Michigan, for round seven of the AMA Pro Motocross Championship, Team Honda HRC’s Fredrik Noren rode to career-best finish of seventh overall with 7-8 marks. With teammate Cole Seely sidelined for another weekend due… read more.
Although expectations were higher for Team Honda HRC at round five of the AMA Pro Motocross Championship, the squad was pleased with the fact that both factory CRF450R race machines finished in the top 10. Cole Seely had an off day, but the 450 class rookie was still able to… read more.
Held in Blountville, Tennessee, the fourth round of the AMA Pro Motocross championship was positive for Team Honda HRC, as Cole Seely turned in another solid performance aboard his factory CRF450R. During the first moto, Seely got off the line to a top-10 start and worked his way into fifth,… read more.
For Team Honda HRC’s Cole Seely, the Glen Helen National was an improvement on last week’s AMA Pro Motocross season opener, although untimely falls held him to 10th overall. Seely again showed notable speed during qualifying, but the first moto saw him take a pair of tumbles that shuffled him… read more.