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2018 Daytona SX

A word from Mike Genova - I would like to take this opportunity to publicly express how proud and happy I am for Justin Brayton, the whole MCR team and all of our great sponsors for this win in Daytona. The accomplishment of winning Dayton is gigantic for any team, as it's the most prestigious, difficult and prolific race in SX, so when our team builds a bike that captures its first win at the beast they call Daytona is even that much more sweet for many reasons.

MotoConcepts: SMARTOP MOTOCONCEPTS ANNOUNCES 2015 OUTDOOR PLANS

SPOKANE, WA (April 15, 2015) – Smartop MotoConcepts Racing confirms they are taking their race efforts overseas for part of the 2015 MXGP series. MCR has chosen to forego the traditional outdoor single series approach according to team owner Mike Genova. "We're focusing on the core objective of motorsport racing - promoting our team and sponsor products while continuing to build the Smartop and MotoConcepts brand.”  Instead of chasing points in a given series, we’ve chosen to use multiple series to market to a worldwide audience via the MXGP, CMRC and USA Outdoor Nationals.” Mike...

MotoConcepts Racing: INDY SX Report

SPOKANE, WA (March 14, 2015) – The Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana housed the eleventh round of the AMA Monster Energy Supercross series. Each week, these already challenging supercross tracks seem to be getting more and more technical, Indy being no exception. Team Smartop MotoConcepts already had one rider, Mike Alessi (#800/450), injured out this weekend and just about had their second rider in the 250 class, Vince Friese (#45), sidelined as well. During practice, Friese had a gnarly get off in the whoops and actually cracked his collarbone. This set back had us all wondering...

MotoConcepts Racing: ATLANTA 2 SX Report

SPOKANE, WA (February 28, 2015) – The second half of the Monster Energy Supercross Series returned to the Georgia Dome for the ninth round of the year. The Smartop MotoConcepts team stayed in frigid Atlanta, Georgia while riders Mike Alessi (#800/450) and Vince Friese (#45/250) were sent home to practice their weekly routines. Alessi focused on recuperating his knee strength and, after battling a flu-like sickness during the week, Friese came into the night feeling unprepared and exhausted.  Friese lined up on the ga te for the 250 Heat 1 and rocketed out with a Holeshot. After holding...