Oct 23

MotoGP: Marquez Has Shot At Title, Redemption In Japan

Repsol Honda rider Marc Marquez

Repsol Honda rider Marc Marquez looks to the Japanese GP. (Photo: Getty Images)

In the final round of the triple-header at the AirAsia Grand Prix of Japan in Motegi, Repsol Honda Team’s Marc Marquez will get another shot at taking the title if he out-scores Yamaha Factory Racing’s Jorge Lorenzo by eight points or more while also seeing off the renewed challenge of his own teammate, Dani Pedrosa.

Marquez, who in the previous round was disqualified due to a team error regarding the then-compulsory mid-way bike swap, will be looking to make amends at Honda’s home track. With the stop-and-go nature of the Motegi circuit, both he and Pedrosa will be two of the favorites for victory.

Oct 23

SX: Looking Good At Monster Energy Cup, Girls Photo Gallery

Monster Energy Girls

The lovely Monster Energy Girls. (Photo: FOX Sports)

Plenty of excitement was on hand Saturday night for the 2013 Monster Energy Cup in Las Vegas. The Ricky Carmichael-designed track and the potential of $1 million up for grabs made for an unforgettable evening of Supercross. By the end, James Stewart had won two of the three main events, earned his first Monster Energy Cup, and collected a $100,000 award prize.

However, we would be leaving out some of the best excitement around if we failed to mention the lovely Monster Energy Girls. Check out the full gallery here.

Always a fan-favorite, see more of the Monster Energy Girls…

Oct 23

SX: Onboard Footage Of Villopoto’s Scary Monster Energy Cup Crash

Three-time Supercross champion Ryan Villopoto looked to be his usual self Saturday night, as he cruised to an impressive win in Main Event No. 1 at the third annual Monster Energy Cup.

The win placed him in contention to take home the $1 million prize, which would be given to any rider who could win all three motos.

However, it didn’t go according to plan for the 2011 Monster Energy Cup champ.

Oct 23

F1: Nico Rosberg Takes To Twitter For Missing Helmet

F1: Nico Rosberg Takes To Twitter For Missing Helmet

Nico Rosberg’s stolen F1 helmet. (Photo: Courtesy of

Mercedes F1 driver Nico Rosberg has a unique request for all of us. “Can you help me recover my stolen helmet?”

Rosberg announced on Oct. 17 via his website and social media that an unidentified individual crept into the team garage and walked off with his helmet.

Read more to get the full story…

Oct 23

F1: Domenicali Speaks Candidly To Social Network Critics

Stefano Domenicali

Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali is pictured in the paddock during previews for the Singapore GP. (Photo: Getty Images)

Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali has made some interesting observations in a specially arranged interview with two Italian fans noted for their criticism of the Scuderia on social networks.

Ferrari invited the pair to ask the boss anything they wanted.