Sauber has unveiled its new C33, which as previously uses a Ferrari power unit and gearbox.
The design team was headed by Eric Gandelin, who is now the team’s senior technical figure.
Ryan Villopoto led wire-to-wire in Saturday night’s 450SX Main Event to grab his second victory of the 2014 Monster Energy Supercross season.
After assuming the lead on the first lap, the Kawasaki ace managed a comfortable lead throughout the 20-lap feature and cruised to an easy win over James Stewart by a margin of 4.235 seconds.
Jason Anderson used another last-lap pass to earn his third 250SX win of the season and regain the points lead in front of 47,339 fans at O.co Coliseum in Oakland, Calif.
After grabbing the top spot on Lap 7, Dean Wilson appeared to be well on his way to claiming the victory. However, his Kawasaki stalled on the final lap, allowing Anderson to sneak by for the lead and eventual win.
Following three sessions of practice this afternoon and early evening in Oakland, the final times are set for gate picks this evening. The whoops inside O.co Coliseum seem to be garnering the most attention, as they are both deep and big. Many riders have already stated the whoops could very well be where the race is won and lost. There’s also a tricky rhythm section that has claimed a few riders today, including Cooper Webb who received medical attention but should be ok to race this evening. Despite the difficult track, many riders have also commented that Oakland has the best dirt of the season thus far.
Two drivers that were involved in a horrific accident in the opening hours of the Rolex 24 at Daytona are awake and alert, following a statement released by IMSA.
Memo Gidley and Matteo Malucelli have both been admitted to Halifax Medical Center in Daytona Beach, Fla. following a heavy impact that destroyed both cars late in the third hour.