Motor Sports Articles by Date

March 2011

  • Kick Start: Ryan Dungey Triumphs at Supercross-Toronto for First Win of the Season, Advances In Title Hunt


    Posted over 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    Ryan Dungey if officially back in the hunt. It’s not as if the defending Supercross Champion was ever out of the battle for the top. But Oakley’s star just poised himself for a major charge, powering into a mere eight points from the Championship Standings lead after grabbing first win of the season in Toronto on Saturday.

  • Out of the Gates Blazin’: Casey Stoner Rockets to Victory at Quatar MotoGP


    Posted over 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    How’s this for a season opener? Oakley star MotoGP rider Casey Stoner blazed out of the gates on fire with a statement victory at the first MotoGP stop in Quatar, edging out former O rider Jorge Lorenzo 3.44 seconds ahead at Losail International Circuit. The win, Casey’s career 27th, came on the heels of his domination of all three practice sessions.

  • NASCAR: Oakley to Sponsor Rusty Wallace Racing's No. 62 Toyota in California


    Posted over 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    MOORESVILLE, NC (March 16, 2011)-Officials of Rusty Wallace Racing, LLC (RWR) announced today that Oakley – the iconic sports and lifestyle brand – will be featured as the primary sponsor of RWR’s No. 62 Toyota Camry in the March 26th Royal Purple 300 at Auto Club Speedway.

  • Five! Ryan Villopoto Blazes His Way to Victory at Supercross-Indianapolis, Extends Standings Lead


    Posted over 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    The racing in Supercross this year has been flat out insane. With Bubba Stewart’s super gnarly crash in Daytona a couple of weeks ago clearing the way for O Star Ryan Villopoto to snatch the victory, one thing was on everyone’s mind coming into Indianapolis this past weekend. How would two of the top O riders respond? They did what Champions do. Charge even harder. Just ask Villopoto, who plowed his way to his fifth victory this season – extending his commanding lead in the Championship Standings.

  • Awe-Inspiring: Ryan Villopoto Emerges Victorious at Daytona Supercross, Bubba Stewart Picks Up From Huge Crash, Finishes 9th


    Posted over 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    It doesn’t get much more dramatic than this, folks. Oakley superstar rider James Bubba Stewart sustained a huge crash at Daytona International Speedway this past weekend after absolutely smoking the field from the starting gate on during the main event – sending fellow Oakley rider Ryan Villopoto to the checkered flag with his second straight Supercross Daytona victory. Defending Supercross champ Ryan Dungey also smashed his way from the middle of the pack after a shaky start – to a solid third-place finish. Of course, there’s always some kind of intense action going down at Supercross. No surprise there. But this year in Florida – on a brutal, choppy track designed by Oakley Motocross Legend Ricky Carmichael – the gnarly cake went straight to Bubba, who absolutely dazzled the industry with one of the most inspiring displays of guts and talent as of late.

  • Smashing Sepang: Casey Stoner Rocks MotoGP Sepang Winter Tests, Gears Up For Season


    Posted over 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    If the final winter MotoGP tests in Sepang (Malaysia) were a sign of things to come this season, the Big O is set to kick some serious arse. Oakley star Casey Stoner raised eyebrows in late February as he absolutely owned the track on the final day of the second official test – rocking the two minute barrier with a shocking time of 1m 59.665s on just lap two of day three on his Honda RC212V. Even crazier: the 2007 MotoGP Champ was playing around with different settings while posting the time – the fastest ever MotoGP time around the Sepang circuit.

  • February 2011's Best Sports Moments Caught on Film

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    Posted over 3 years ago by Elishia Matta

    Oakley athletes could be spotted at events around the world in February. Check out this gallery to see some of their finer moments caught on film.