Barbados, Beetles, Andretti Motosports, X Games and a thrilling finale in Las Vegas highlighted an action-packed Red Bull Global Rallycross season.
Red Bull Global Rallycross season finished in Las Vegas, and four drivers had a shot at the season title. In the end, Ken Block won the event, but Joni Wiman claimed the championship.
As the Global Rallycross series heads to its Las Vegas finale next week, there are four drivers who could take home the season title.
Look back at top moments from the two-race Global Rallycross weekend in Los Angeles this summer.
The premiere for Dana Brown's "On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter," a remake of his father's ode to motorcycles, packed the Dolby Theater and shut down Hollywood Blvd.
Not only is Travis Pastrana taking his Nitro Circus on a North American tour, he's attempting to set a bunch of new records in his DIY movie "Action Figures."
Trey Canard crashed twice in the Monster Energy Cup finale Saturday night to squander a chance for a $1 million payday, and Davi Millsaps took the title and $100,000.
Trey Canard was one race away from walking away with $1 million. But two falls in the final race handed the Monster Energy Cup to Davi Millsaps.
With top riders like James Stewart, Ryan Villopoto and Ken Roczen not racing, this year's Monster Energy Cup is up for grabs.
After winning four straight Supercross titles, Ryan Villopoto will race in Europe, and several teams have switched riders, putting a new look on the 2015 Supercross season.
X Games Moto X Freestyle bronze medalist Wes Agee is trading FMX competitions to set world records in the hills.
Wes Agee and filmmaker Jay Schweitzer hope to take freeriding to the next level in their self-funded video project called "Lone Wolf."
Travis Pastrana was ousted early in his return to supercross racing, but it was James Stewart who dominated in Red Bull Straight Rhythm.