By: RacerTV.com

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (Aug. 25, 2015) – The Racer X Show with Greg White returns to RacerTV.com to recap racing from the past weekend and more.

The final round of the 2015 AMA Pro Motocross Championship took place with the Bud Light Ironman National at Ironman Raceway in Crawfordsville, Ind. With the 450 class championship all wrapped up, everyone was out to prove they had what it took to beat the class champion, Ryan Dungey. After struggles in moto one, Ken Roczen earned the moto two win against Dungey; however, Dungey went on to claim the overall win with 1-2 moto scores. With a tight points battle heading into the final round, all eyes were on the 250 class, where Jeremy Martin held a mere two-point lead over Marvin Musquin. Unfortunately for Musquin, his title hopes were cut short due to mechanical issues in moto one. This week’s show features racing highlights from both the 450 and 250 classes.

Also highlighted from the Bud Light Ironman National will be the Legends Race, where past top AMA Pro Motocross riders joined together for an exhibition race to give everyone a glimpse into the past. Ricky Carmichael claimed the win over Robbie Reynard and Tim Ferry, but the stacked class of past championship contenders, including Jeff Emig, Kevin Windham, Jeff Stanton and Guy Cooper served as a fan favorite on the weekend.

The Kenda AMA National Enduro Series returned to action with the 90th running of the legendary Jack Pine National Enduro in Moorestown, Mich. After battling for test wins throughout the day with Josh Strang, Kailub Russell claimed the overall win and also made Jack Pine Enduro history as he and his father, Jeff Russell, became the first ever father-son duo to claim Jack Pine Enduro overall wins. Highlights of the racing action are included in this week’s show.

In this week’s Yoshimura Road Racing segment host Greg White chats with World Supersport competitor Patrick Jacobsen, who claimed the Supersport win at the Malaysian round of the 2015 World Superbike season. Jacobsen currently sits third in the World Supersport class point standings.

The Racer X Show is filmed and produced at the Racer X Headquarters in Morgantown, W.Va. The show is posted on RacerTV.com Tuesday evenings at 7 p.m. ET and remains archived on the website for future viewing.

For more information on RacerTV, or to view past shows, please visit www.racertv.com.

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