Weston Peick

Classes 450 Supercross and 450 Pro Motocross Championship.
Birth Date Nov. 20, 1990.
Birthplace Riverside, California.
Height 5’ 11’’
Weight 200 lbs.
Turned Pro 2009
Marital Status Single

Race History

Weston Peick joined the Autotrader/ Yoshimura/ Suzuki Factory Racing Team at the start of the 2015 season. Arguably one of the hardest working riders, Peick’s story is one of determination and perseverance. Riding since the age of four, and competing since he was 15, Peick earned seven amateur titles before turning professional in 2009. Weston is a valued asset to the program and is a fan favourite.
2017: Peick got off to a fast start in the Monster Energy AMA Supercross series, improving every week through the opening rounds. After finishing fifth at Anaheim 2, he was on track to have an extremely successful year. Then, without warning, Peick’s Supercross season was done when he crashed in practice and sustained a broken wrist. He returned for the start of the AMA Nationals and logged fifth overall at the second round of the series. His best outdoor showing came at Muddy Creek Raceway when he placed fourth overall.
2016: In 2016 Peick earned five top-10 finishes in Monster Energy AMA Supercross. In the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship series he scored eight top-10 and four top-five individual moto results, along with four top-10 and two top-five overall finishes. 2015: Peick wasted no time creating a buzz with his new team riding in a podium position for 17 laps at round two of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship in Phoenix, Arizona. Had he not suffered a broken foot in the closing laps he would have been third, but as it was he finished fourth and turned a lot of heads. He went on to claim his first career podium at the Santa Clara round of the series, and backed that accomplishment up with a repeat performance at the final round in Las Vegas, Nevada. In Lucas Oil AMA Motocross, Peick claimed four top-10s, and three top-five overall finishes, including a moto podium at the Sacramento, California. Peick then went on to have a successful off-season racing internationally. He earned second at the inaugural Supercross Sofia in Sofia, Bulgaria and won the coveted King of Lille-Bercy in Paris, France. 2014: With support from Motosport.com and Fly Racing, Peick earned two top-five finishes in Monster Energy AMA Supercross en-route to 12th overall for the season. Peick was the top privateer. He was then signed by the RCH Team to contest the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship where he finished in the top-10 in more than half of the events and earning a career-best seventh in series points.
2013: Peick earned five top-10 finishes and a seventh in Monster Energy AMA Supercross for 12th in series points. As a privateer, Peick was only able to contest five rounds of Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross, but he still earned 17th in series points, finishing as high as fourth overall at the Tooele, Utah round. 2012: Peick contested the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series in the premier class as a privateer. He was signed as a replacement rider for the injured Austin Stroupe by the Star Valli Team mid-way through the season and finished 15th in series points. He rode only two rounds of Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross before leaving for Europe where he had wins in Tempere, Finland and Athens. 2011: Peick rode for the Rock River Team as a privateer in Monster Energy AMA Supercross earning 20th in series points. He signed a deal to ride for the Chaplin Team for Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross, but the team was not able to secure funding and the opportunity never came together. Peick then went racing on his own, earning 17th in 450 Class series points as a full privateer. 2010: Peick rode as a privateer under the Rock River Team earning 26th in Monster Energy AMA Supercross and 22nd in Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross 450 Class series points for the year.
2009: Debuting as a professional in the 450 Class, Peick earned ninth overall in his first attempt at the opening round of the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship at Glen Helen Raceway in San Bernardino, California on May 23, 2009.
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