After moving into the lead on Lap 2, Baggett proved to be the dominant rider by leading the remaining 14 laps and winning by a 16.7-second margin.Adam Cianciarulo, Blake Baggett, Blake Wharton, Daytona, Martin Davalos, Supercross, Video
GO&FUN Honda Gresini’s Alvaro Bautista led day two of the MotoGP Qatar test, his best time of 1:55.194 putting him 0.314s ahead of his closest rival.
The Spanish rider, who was also on the pace last week in Sepang testing, worked with his team to overcome the front end problems he experienced at the desert circuit in 2013. He completed 55 laps on his Honda RC213V on Saturday and will aim to stay ahead of the pack on Sunday.Aleix Espargaro, Alvaro Bautista, Bradley Smith, MotoGP, Pol Espargaro, Qatar, Stefan Bradl
It’s been a tough road thus far, but Ryan Dungey finally broke through for his first win of the season in Indy. The new winner was the fifth different rider to stand atop the podium this season, but following a wild night in Indy both the championship and Power Rankings experienced a bit of a shakeup. One thing that has stayed constant throughout the 2014 season is Ryan Villopoto, who’s back on top the rankings.
Each week, The Power Rankings will recognize the movers and shakers in Monster Energy Supercross.Indianapolis, James Stewart, Justin Brayton, Ken Roczen, Ryan Dungey, Ryan Villopoto, Supercross
A week before the Formula 1 circus gathers in Melbourne for the 2014 opener, the fate of McLaren team boss Martin Whitmarsh is still not clear.
Team supremo Ron Dennis has replaced Whitmarsh as McLaren Group chief executive, Eric Boullier is effectively the new team principal, and it is believed 55-year-old Whitmarsh is not in the running to fill the newly-created role as Formula 1 CEO.Martin Whitmarsh, McLaren