Brian Deegan and Twitch are practicing for the Summer X Games at the compound.
There was no National last weekend. Most riders are finalizing deals for next year. Along with Tim Ferry, Chad Reed is staying at Yamaha for the 2005 season. Grant Langston is leaving KTM and has decided to sit out the rest of the 2004 National Series due to a wrist injury that is not healing.
Roger Lee Hayden won his second Supersport race at Mazda Raceway in Monterey this weekend. Tommy Hayden finished 3rd and is in the points lead for the championship with Roger Lee in 2nd.
Jake Zemke finished 7th in the Superbike race and is in 3rd in the points race with three races left. Jake finished 3rd in the formula Xtreme race and is 2nd in points in that series, seventeen points out of 1st.
Tommy Hayden won the Superstock race, with Roger Lee coming in 2nd. Tommy is five points out of the points lead in the series.
AMA has announced the 2005 Supercross schedule. The dates for the two world races to start the season have not been released yet.
December 4 THQ World Supercross GP TBA
December 11 THQ World Supercross GP TBA
January 8 Anaheim, California - Angel Stadium of Anaheim
January 15 Phoenix, Arizona - Bank One Ballpark
January 22 Anaheim, California - Angel Stadium of Anaheim
January 29 San Francisco, California - SBC Park
February 5 Anaheim, California - Angel Stadium of Anaheim
February 12 Indianapolis, Indiana - RCA Dome
February 19 San Diego, California - Qualcomm Stadium
February 26 Atlanta, Georgia - Georgia Dome
March 5 St. Louis, Missouri - Edward Jones Dome
March 12 Daytona Beach, Florida - Daytona International Speedway*
March 19 Orlando, Florida - Citrus Bowl
April 2 Irving, Texas - Texas Stadium
April 9 Pontiac, Michigan - Silverdome
April 23 Seattle, Washington - Qwest Field
April 30 Houston, Texas - Reliant Stadium
May 7 Las Vegas, Nevada - Sam Boyd Stadium