Celebration Of Speed By Fox Racing

Fox Racing pays tribute to all their partners and champions

With the final two rounds of the MXGP series here stateside and the AMA Lucas Oil Motocross Series wrapped up, Fox Racing decided it was the perfect time to throw a party. Basically, Fox Racing’s Celebration Of Speed was a sincere and heartfelt “thank you” to all of Fox’s partners, race teams, and racers, many of whom are current champions. Jeff Emig and Ricky Carmichael were co-hosts of the event, and through playful jibes they invited each current champion on stage to congratulate and thank them for being part of the Fox family. Pretty much every Fox and Shift (which is part of Fox) rider were in attendance and were enjoying some bench racing and just relaxing.

Celebration Of Speed
It sounds like Fox plans on making its Celebration of Speed an annual event.Photo By Sean Klinger
Fox Racers
Nearly every Fox and Shift rider were in attendance. How many do you recognize?Photo By Sean Klinger
Fox retro
Fox's headquarters is full of incredibly cool retro moto artifacts. Of course it is all Fox related, but some of the bikes and gear you won't see anywhere else.Photo By Sean Klinger
Fox Ryan Dungey
Fox paid tribute to all of its champions, including this year's Supercross Champion Ryan Dungey.Photo By Sean Klinger
Fox Ken and Ryan
Ken Roczen was one of the few riders that wasn't at the event in person, but he sent a video message from Florida.Photo By Sean Klinger
Fox virtual rides
There were virtual dirt bike rides for the little guys and gals. Toward the end of the night, it wasn't just for the kids!Photo By Sean Klinger
Fox saluted the HRC Honda Racing Team and its riders Gautier Paulin and Evgeny Bobryshev.Photo By Sean Klinger
Fox Pro Circuit
While Team Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki didn't win the indoor or outdoor crown this year, they came really close in both series and legendary team leader Mitch Payton talked about his first year with Fox.Photo By Sean Klinger
Fox Victory patch
Ricky Carmichael explained that the "Fox Victory Patch" is nice, extra incentive to win. As you can see, he had quite a few.Photo By Sean Klinger
Fox Livia Lancelot
Livia Lancelot is the 2016 MXW World Champion and she talked about her path to victory.Photo By Sean Klinger
Fox Roczen
Ken Roczen was dominant all year and he is currently in Florida, we are assuming, enjoying some much earned vacation.Photo By Sean Klinger
Fox Dungey
Although he missed most of the outdoor nationals this year, Ryan Dungey is still the reigning Supercross Champ.Photo By Sean Klinger
Fox Dungey
Dungey accepted some very nice words from Emig and Carmichael and Ryan talked about Ricky's influence and guidance as a young racer. Emig joked that Dungey's three outdoor titles are very close to Ricky's record. "Only seven more to go!"Photo By Sean Klinger
Fox Gajser
Tim Gajser has already wrapped up the MXGP Championship and is here in the USA to finish the last two rounds. He was second last weekend to Eli Tomac, yet is excited to race at Glen Helen since he has some experience at that track.Photo By Sean Klinger
Fox Gajser
Not only is Gajser the youngest MXGP Champion in history, he is the only racer ever to win MX2 Championship then the MXGP Championship the next year. Plus, it was his 20th birthday.Photo By Sean Klinger