Supercross – Oakland

January 15, 2022 – Oakland, California

The second round of the Monster Energy Supercross series just happened to be Colby’s hometown race.  Hometown races are always extra special with family and friends cheering you on, but there is an added pressure to it as well.

Colby Copp #645

Colby Copp #645 showed up ready for some Main Event action, but a frustrating qualifying position and small crashes ended his night early.  Here’s what he had to say. “Oakland was a great time for me seeing all my friends and family at the races and had so many fans yelling my for me it was awesome! Didn’t qualify the best but heat1 I put myself in a really good spot battling for a transfer position and tucked the front going for a pass, LCQ had a bad start and just got stuck in a bad place.  I showed some great speed being in the mix just need to keep getting better and moving up weekend by weekend!”

TRANSPORT RIDERS

Max Sanford #162
Ryan Breece #200
Austin Cozadd #512

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Supercross – Anaheim 1

January 8, 2022 – Anaheim, California

After a brief hiatus last season, Anaheim makes its return as the Supercross series opener.  All the silly season news, injuries and team changes are finalized and 40+ riders in each class are ready to put it all on the line to make their mark on the 2022 season.

The TPJ Race team set-up in the Pro Pits!

Colby Copp #645 made his Anaheim 1 debut aboard his GasGas MC 250F; here’s what he had to say about the day. “My first ever A1 is in the books! It was a great experience and had some fun, I struggled with the track all day to ride to my full potential, and hit the ground hard a few times but we got in the show and got some more experience! Excited to get back to work on Monday and show up ready for more at my home race in Oakland!”

Colby Copp #645

Transport Riders

Max Sanford #162
Austin Cozadd #512
Race Results

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Lucas Oil Pro Motocross #10

Ironman Raceway, Crawfordsville, IN

Round 10 of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship is in the books.  Ironman Raceway in Crawfordsville, IN has only been on the circuit since 2015, but it’s quickly becoming a fan favorite.

250MX

Derek Kelley #73 – returned to racing this weekend after suffering a concussion in Washougal that sidelined him for a few weeks.  Ironman was another tough round for Kelley, but he made the best of a tough situation and pushed through the day.  In his words: “…I had a great start going into the first corner in Moto 1 but unfortunately I ended up going down.  I made it back up to 24th with a couple of tip overs and had some good lap times with a broken throttle housing.  Moto 2 was going good, and I moved up into 15th on lap 6 and I was starting to find my flow when my rear tube popped on the face of the big jump which almost got ugly”.  We’re happy to have Derek back to racing and look forward to seeing how he finished out this season at the final two rounds.

450MX

Matt Hubert #647 – had another top 30 finish at Ironman by way of a 29th and 27th in Motos 1 & 2 respectively.  I reached out to Matt, and here’s what he had to say about the day: “This season hasn’t gone the way I’ve wanted it to, but I’ve been making improvements behind the scenes, it has made my results kind of sporadic though.  The weekend was tough as the heat got to me both motos.  Other than that, I had fun on the track and catching up with some good friends that came to the race.  Not a bad weekend, but not great either.”.  Of the 10 races so far this season, Hubert has qualified for 9 of them and sat out one early on due to a crash/recovery needed.  His best overall finish has been 28th, while his best Moto finish is 22nd (Washougal).  Matt is looking forward to ending this season on a better note.  

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Lucas Oil Pro Motocross #9

Budds Creek, Mechanicsville, MD

Budds Creek Motocross Park in Mechanicsville, MD hosted round 9 of the 2021 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship.  The potential of rain threatened to disrupt racing, luckily (for some) the skies held off and Budds Creek hosted a beautiful day of racing.

250MX

Derek Kelley #73 – sat out this round of racing due to a concussion at Unadilla.  He will continue to heal up and hopes to be back for Ironman this coming weekend.

450MX

Matt Hubert #647 – was once again the lone soldier holding down the TPJ Racing team.  He squeaked through qualifying in 33rd place and guaranteed himself a spot in the main Moto’s of the day.  Moto 1 did not go as planned; he only rode 6 of the 19 total laps.  Moto 2 was a much stronger showing for Hubert despite a bad start.  He was able to recover a 30th overall finish and complete 16 of 18 total laps.  He was passed by the leaders of the race on lap 8 but held his own and battled the pack to the end.  Progress, progress, progress…Hubert is gaining confidence and speed each week. You don’t want to miss him in the final 3 rounds.

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Lucas Oil Pro Motocross #8

Unadilla, New Berlin, New York

After a two-week hiatus from racing and 2,835 miles traveled; the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross series returned at Unadilla Motocross Park in New Berlin, New York.  This historic raceway is set off a small-town road and boasts elevation changes, technical sections and a unique terrain that is certain to challenge event the best athletes.

250MX

Derek Kelley #73 arrived at Unadilla ready to capitalize on his amazing finish two weeks ago in Washougal.  He held strong during qualifying, placing 22nd with a 2.29.901 best lap time.  Moto 1 was going well, until a few laps from the finish he hit the dirt.  Due to safety protocols, Kelley was removed from racing the remainder of the day; and will sit out next weekends race at Budds Creek.  He is confident he will be cleared to ride the upcoming Ironman National.  We wish him the best of luck with his concussion recovery.

450MX

Matt Hubert #647 had renewed energy coming into Unadilla.  He started out the day 23rd overall during qualifying, with a 2.31.102 lap time.  Hubert rode strong in both Moto’s and was pleased with his overall of 28th for the day.  This season is definitely “heading in the right direction” according to Matt.  He knows there is always room to improve but he has faith in himself and the team; he looks forward to the remainder of the season.

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