Jan 2

Feld Motor Sports & FOX Sports Unveil ‘Cleatus’ Monster Jam Truck!

Feld Motor Sports & FOX Sports Unveil “Cleatus” Monster Jam Truck!

FOX Sports’ iconic robot makes its Monster Jam debut this weekend. (Courtesy of FOX Sports)

Feld Motor Sports and FOX Sports unveiled the newest addition to Monster Jam on Thursday, a 10,000-pound brute of a Monster Jam truck inspired by Cleatus, FOX Sports’ iconic robot, that makes its Monster Jam debut this Saturday, Jan. 4, at Houston’s Reliant Stadium.

Fresh off the football field, Cleatus powers his way into the Monster Jam lineup, flying the colors of FOX Sports 1, America’s new sports network and new home to Monster Jam television programming. On football Sundays, the NFL on FOX’s signature animated robot struts across the television screen, performing moves that leave even the most experienced athletes in awe. During Monster Jam season, however, Cleatus will bring his moves to the dirt, barreling into stadiums and arenas with that all-too-familiar gusto sports fans have come to love and cheer.

Jan 2

F1: Luiz Razia Says Da Costa Deserves Seat More Than Kvyat

F1: Luiz Razia States Da Costa Deserves Seat More Than Kvyat

Antonio Felix Da Costa of Portugal prepares to drive the Red Bull RB9 at Silverstone Circuit on July 17, 2013. (Photo: Getty Images)

Antonio Felix da Costa deserved to move up to Formula One in 2014.

That is the view of Brazilian driver Luiz Razia, who almost secured the Marussia race seat this year, before running into sponsorship issues.

Jan 2

F1: Schumacher Updates To Occur Only If Condition Changes

F1: Schumacher Updates To Occur Only If Condition Changes

Seven-time F1 champion Michael Schumacher’s press officer, Sabine Kehm, arrives at the Grenoble University Hospital Centre where Schumacher is being treated. (Photo: Getty Images)

Press conferences about Michael Schumacher’s health will no longer occur, unless there is something “significant” to report.

That is the news of the injured seven-time world champion’s manager Sabine Kehm, after reporting from the hospital in Grenoble that the great German is now “stable” but still “critical” in a coma after his skiing crash.

Jan 1

SX: 2014 Supercross Countdown — Former Champion Contenders

Chad Reed (Courtesy TwoTwo Motorsports/Simon Cudby)

Chad Reed
(Courtesy TwoTwo Motorsports/Simon Cudby)

The 2014 Monster Energy Supercross season is just days away, and it’s time to take a look at the riders who will be fighting for the FIM World Championship beginning in Anaheim this Saturday night.

With reigning triple champion Ryan Villopoto gunning for his fourth consecutive title, the task will be tough for every competitor to end his reign of dominance. However, with the most talented field in history set to line up on the gate this weekend, there is a large contingent of competitors looking to make their presence felt throughout the 17-race season.

The favorites to unseat Villopoto are three of the most successful riders in series history. Each has at least one supercross title to his credit and has achieved so much success that anything but a spot on the podium could be considered a disappointment. These riders are accustomed to winning and are in turn the most likely to make Villopoto’s path to another title a difficult one.

Chad Reed
What’s old is new again for Reed in 2014. In 2010, Reed lined up alongside Villopoto at Monster Energy Kawasaki to establish one of the most formidable teams in history. Unfortunately, Reed’s season ended before it ever really began following a second round crash with Stewart that resulted in a broken hand. Once he returned, Reed finished up front but never secured a victory and never appeared to be fully comfortable on the Kawasaki.

Jan 1

F1: Alain Prost Admits New Turbo Era ‘Fascinates Me’

Jean-Eric Vergne (L) and former F1 driver France's Alain Prost (R) stand during a press conference ahead of the Monaco Formula One Grand Prix 2013. (Photo: Getty Images)

Legendary driver Alain Prost (right) of France stands with Jean-Eric Vergne in the Formula One paddock. (Photo: Getty Images)

Alain Prost has admitted he would like to still be a Formula One driver, ahead of the switch to radical new engine rules for 2014.

The quadruple world champion, known during his career as ‘the professor’ due to his technical meticulousness, said the move to turbo V6 and ‘greener’ energy recovery systems, following years of frozen V8 rules, “fascinates me.”