Indianapolis: 2017

Indianapolis, IN (March 18, 2017) – While a sixth-place finish in the 250SX East Region main event wasn’t exactly what GEICO Honda’s Christian Craig was hoping for, it was still a much-needed improvement over the previous week’s 14th place at Daytona. Following that race, Craig said he needed to make some changes, and it started with the […]

Daytona: 2017

Christian Craig was the lone representative for the GEICO Honda team at the Daytona Supercross by Honda, and although he had never raced before on the rough and grueling course built on the infield of Daytona International Speedway, he had high hopes for the weekend. Unfortunately, the race didn’t go as planned, as a bad start left him mired in the pack and battling in traffic the whole night. He ended up finishing 14th. “Going from a podium last week to this isn’t what I wanted and it sure as hell isn’t where I should be,” said Craig. “I feel like a broken record at this point with allmy crappy weekends. The track at Daytona was unlike anything I’ve ever raced before, but that was to be expected so I’m not saying that as my excuse. I haveno excuse other than I need to figure my crap out ASAP! The guy I am during the week and even in practice or in heat races isn’t the same one I am in the main. It all starts with a good start and I’ve been absolutely terrible at starts in the main.” Craig plans on putting in the work to try to rectify the situation. “This week my mechanic is staying in Florida with me and we are going back to where we were last year at this time. I’ve made a lot of changes this past yearand I kind of need to get my head back to where it belongs. I belong on top and I hope other people still believe that. I won’t stop till I am. Extremely bummed Ihaven’t been able to show everyone my worth this year but I’m going to make a change and we have five rounds left. I may not be in the points chase anymorebut that doesn’t mean I can’t get wins.” Craig and the GEICO Honda team race again this weekend at Lucas Oil Stadium in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. Results:  Christian Craig

Toronto: 2017

Toronto, CA (March 4, 2017) – A week after a crash knocked him out of action in Atlanta, GEICO Honda’s Christian Craig bounced back with a solid, safe third place during a hectic 250SX main event in Toronto, Canada. With riders battling and crashing all around him, Craig kept it steady to grab his first podium […]

Atlanta: 2017

Atlanta, GA (February 25, 2017) – High hopes for GEICO Honda’s 250SX East effort ran into a wall of bad breaks at the second round of the championship, held in the Georgia Dome in downtown Atlanta. RJ Hampshire admits it wasn’t a great night for him, but he was the lone soldier for the team in […]

Minneapolis: 2017

Minneapolis, Minnesota (February 18, 2017) – After a frustrating run in Monster Energy Supercross’ 250SX West Region Championship, the GEICO Honda team sent Christian Craig and RJ Hampshire into battle for the 250SX East opener at U.S. Bank Stadium in downtown Minneapolis. Craig showed speed throughout the day while Hampshire admitted he never felt totally comfortable, […]

Dallas: 2017

Arlington, Texas (February 11, 2017) – With Jeremy Martin back in action alongside Jimmy Decotis, the GEICO Honda team was back at full strength for the final Monster Energy Supercross 250SX West Region race before a long break. Decotis continued his recent run of strong riding to net fourth for the second-straight race. Martin looked solid […]

Oakland: 2017

Oakland, CA, (Feb 5, 2017) – The lone soldier for the GEICO Honda supercross team managed to soldier through a rough, rutted, challenging track to tie his career-best result with fourth, just missing his first podium finish. On a track battered by rain, Jimmy Decotis put his experience in his native New England’s treacherous weather conditions […]

Glendale: 2017

 Glendale, AZ (Jan 28, 2017) – After showing signs of potential at the first three rounds of Monster Energy Supercross, the GEICO Honda 250SX effort hit a rough patch a round four, on a cold night at University of Phoenix Stadium outside of Phoenix, Arizona. Jimmy Decotis led the team with an eighth-place finish, while Jeremy […]

Anaheim 2: 2017

Anaheim, CA (Jan 21) – The story remains the same for the GEICO Honda team in Monster Energy Supercross, as Jeremy Martin had to mount a comeback from last in the main event, and Jimmy Decotis fought hard to hang onto the leader’s pace up front. Both were left searching for more, again, when the night […]

San Diego: 2017

San Diego, CA (January 14, 2017) – A tale of two races for GEICO Honda riders Jimmy Decotis and Jeremy Martin at round two of Monster Energy Supercross in San Diego. Early in the race, Decotis took off with the holeshot and the early lead, logging some of the best laps of his professional career. At […]

Anaheim 1: 2017

Anaheim, CA (January 7, 2017) – The annual debut of Monster Energy Supercross, at a sold out Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California, created the usual hype and nerves after four months of off-season anticipation. While GEICO Honda teammates Jeremy Martin and Jimmy Decotis didn’t get the results they hoped for, they have reason to think this […]

Indiana: 2016

Crawfordsville, IN (August 27, 2016) – What turned out to be a wild, up-and-down season of racing for the GEICO Honda team ended in fitting fashion at the final round of the Lucas Oil ProMotocross Championship at Ironman Raceway in Crawfordsville, Indiana. The drama started in qualifying for RJ Hampshire, who ran into problems in […]

Budd’s Creek- 2016

Mechanicsville, MD (August 20, 2016) – After a bounce back weekend at the Unadilla National seven days earlier, the GEICO Honda team came into the GEICO Motorcycle Budds Creek National, round eleven of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, primed for more. The team riders showed speed, but bad luck struck when both RJ Hampshire and […]

Unadilla- 2016

New Berlin, NY (August 13, 2016) – The GEICO Honda team used the final break in the 2016 professional motocross calendar to heal some injuries and improve their motorcycles, and that helped immensely at the 2016 Unadilla National, round 10 of the 12-round Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. Team riders RJ Hampshire and Tristan Charboneau finished […]

Washougal- 2016

Washougal, WA (July 23, 2016) – After six-straight grueling weekends of Lucas Oil Pro Motocross, a two-week break couldn’t come at a better time for the GEICO Honda motocross squad. The team suffered through a disappointing weekend at round nine of the season in Washougal, Washington and looks to bounce back when the series resumes. RJ […]

Millville- 2016

Millville, Minnesota (July 16, 2016) – Millville, Minnesota’s Spring Creek motocross park is one of the most popular events on the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship schedule, and one of the GEICO Honda riders ended the weekend with some good vibes. RJ Hampshire scored a solid ninth overall after consistent 10-11 finishes in the two motos. […]

Southwick: 2016

Southwick, MASS (July 9, 2016) – For the first time since 2013, the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship rolled back into the legendary sand box known as The Wick 338, and when the hardy New England fans watched national-caliber racing finally return to the track, a GEICO Honda was out front with Justin Bogle on board. […]

Redbud- 2016

Buchanan, MI (July 2, 2016) – The GEICO Honda team is now over the hump as the second half of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship begins—but over the weekend that hump looked more like a mountain. Overall it was a tough day for the squad, but Justin Bogle was able to grind out a top […]

Muddy Creek- 2016

Blountville, TN (June 25, 2016) – Consistency is what the GEICO Honda team has been looking for in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, and that’s what it got during a hot and humid day at Muddy Creek, round five of the season. Jordon’s Smith’s strong 4-6 moto finishes led to fourth overall in 250MX, and […]

High Point- 2016

Mt. Morris, PA (June 18, 2016) – The 2016 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship made its first trip to the east with the 40th running of the Red Bull High Point National, and that promises softer dirt, deeper ruts and bigger bumps. And rain. A heavy downpour on Thursday before the race made the track especially treacherous, […]