Motor Sports Articles by Date

April 2012

  • Jerez: MotoGP Star Casey Stoner Claims First 2012 Victory in Spain


    Posted over 2 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    Casey Stoner is back in top form. Big time. Oakley’s defending MotoGP World Champion picked up his dominance where he left off last season, racking up his first triumph of the season in Jerez after clipping Dani Pedrosa and holding off Jorge Lorenzo for a special win in Spain.

  • Big Easy: Motocross Ripper Justin Barcia Seals Supercross Lites East Championship in New Orleans


    Posted over 2 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    Justin Barcia’s ferocity on the track has him in the hunt for victory and dominance every single race. But with an already ultra commanding lead in the overall Supercross Lites East standings coming into Supercross New Orleans, Top 4 was all he needed to clinch the heralded title. And he delivered…big time – finishing in the fourth spot to raise the Championship Trophy in the Big Easy following a series of battles throughout an electric evening.

  • Yeehaw! NASCAR Star Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Grabs Nationwide Victory at Texas, Tallies Second Win of the Season


    Posted over 2 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    Ricky Stenhouse Jr. just keeps on getting better. Oakley’s defending NASCAR Nationwide Champion put his prowess on the track in full display this past weekend, claiming his second win of the season and the fourth consecutive NASCAR Nationwide triumph for his team, Roush Fenway, in the Lone Star State. Following an intense race, laced with two dramatic restarts, Ricky sealed the deal after regaining the lead with 23 laps to go – smashing past Austin Dillon to cruise to the win after the final restart.

  • Beast: Ryan Villopoto Seals Back-to-Back Supercross Championships in Houston With Four Races to Go


    Posted over 2 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    Oakley’s Motocross Team regularly makes history. Exhibit O: Motocross Star Ryan Villopoto, who became the first rider in Supercross’ illustrious history to wrap up the title this early in the season…with a whole four races to go. The Houston triumph also marked his 23rd series win and gave him the distinction of being one of only five riders in the sport to claim two titles.