DMXS Tonight!Wednesday, November 29, 2006 | 2:09 PM
The Motocross Files TV Show is back for its second season on Speed Channel and the MX masses could not be more pleased. Todd Huffman is the man behind the show and he will join us tonight for some old school bench-racing and preview the remaining shows. Check out www.speedtv.com for more information and listings.
Ryan Sipes has endured some untimely injuries that have hindered his overall results but his talent and speed have never been questioned. That is why we were stoked when Ryan signed with the Sobe/No Fear/Samsung Mobile team for this upcoming year. Look for the likeable Kentucky transplant to be dicing up front all year.
David Pingree is like a really bad habit. You want to quit, but it feels too damn good. I’m not sure if he is bad for our health, but we are willing to take that chance. Ping will be calling in from the DMXS West Coast studio--his living room.
Jason Weigandt is the quintessential MX nomad that travels light and requires very little direct supervision. He is about to embark on the 2006-07 supercross season with the inaugural road trip North to Toronto, Canada for the opening round this weekend. Weege will call in from the road as he tries to mend the tense relations between the two countries with the universal language of love and motorcycles.
Amateur MX’s Chris Hultner was in Florida last week for the Mini O’s and will have a complete wrap-up for us tonight. There were a few surprises and all the talk about the new Honda to cover as well.
Jessica Patterson has helped take women’s racing to the next level, but she isn’t stopping there. Jessica had a few very successful weeks on the bike and will fill us in on the details. They don’t call her JP$ for nothing.
Larry Rapier has been running www.supercrossKING.com since 1998 which provides news, photos, results, and MX merchandise. Larry has been a longtime supporter of our show and will join us tonight so we can return the favor.
On a special note, DMXS would like to congratulate David McKittrick and his wife on their newest nine and a half pound addition. Hal Joseph McKittrick was named after Lt. General Harold G. Moore from the NY Times best-selling book, We Were Soldiers Once...and Young. Even though they live in England, the McKittrick’s are some of our biggest fans and supporters and we can’t wait till they visit us next year at Budds Creek.
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