Montreal Supercross 2018 edition Part 1

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Lot’s of big names and most of the Canadian riders will have to step up their game this Saturday at the Big “O” in Montreal.

Malcom Stewart who won the Monster energy 250 eastern championship in 2016 is not coming to show off. Mookie has something to prove if he wants to get a ride for the 2019 sx season. Mookie is flirting with the Moto concept / Smart top team and doing good in Montreal can get him a new Supercross deal with the team. Mookie has what it takes to be the king of Montreal.

Malcolm in Toronto 2017. –Photo Jesse–RMXX0604

Cédric Soubeyras ended up 22nd Overall with 65 points with a best finish of 13 in Seattle in 2018. Who know if racing in Montreal will help him.

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R.J Hamshire finished 11 in the 250sx eastern championship with 57 points in 2018. He also ended up in 4th place during the AMA nationals. I saw R.J ride more than once and this guy has skills. Pretty sure he will do good.

–R.J Hamshire AMA nationals Southwick 2017 Photo Jesse–RMXX0172

Mike Brown. What can I say more on this living legend. Brownie seems to be in a better shape every time I see him on a bike. He is fast and got the maturity to kick anybody’s ass on the track. Prepare to see mike in the top 10 for sure.

–Mike “Brownie” Brown at world vet Glen Helen 2017 Photo Jesse–DIRT2674.jpg

Thomas Ramette. A multi-time arenacross champion in Europe, Ramette has qualified for two AMA Supercross races, finishing 15th (Las Vegas) and 21st (Santa Clara), respectively, in 450SX in 2015.  With both Dylan Ferrandis and Colt Nichols out , The French rider filled in at Monster Energy/Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha in St. Louis. for the remainder of Monster Energy Supercross. Thomas ended up 19 overall last 250sx eastern season with a best finish of 19.

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What about the Canadian riders? Let’s talk about it tomorrow.