Alpinestars Mobile Medical Center

Serving the Professional Racing Community
For Immediate Release
The Asterisk Mobile Medical Center would like to thank the Road 2 Recovery Foundation for the second time in 2014. Their most recent contribution is a new patient acuity system to better diagnose and manage patient status. We had wanted to upgrade our older unit for several years and now, with the assistance of R2R, this new, state-of-the-art Patient Monitor will be on-board at this year’s Monster Energy Cup in Las Vegas on October 18.
Dr. John Bodnar, the Medical Director for the AMMC explained, “With the new system, we will be able to continuously monitor patient’s vital signs, including Blood Pressure, Heart Rate and Rhythm, Oxygen Saturation and now, with the added benefit of real-time Body Temperature readings. This is the exact same system that I use in the Emergency Department of my hospital in San Diego.” Doc with our new Acuity Monitor Photo by S. Cox
Doc with our new Acuity Monitor Photo by S. Cox
Jimmy Button added, “All of us at Road 2 Recovery recognize the value of the AMMC and the peace of mind it provides all of the racers and their families. We are once again very happy that we can contribute to AMMC and provide new equipment, that will allow the doctors and nurses to better perform their job of helping our riders.”We appreciate R2R’s support of our program and that they share our commitment to provide the best trackside medical care to our racing community. We look forward to serving our professional athletes during the Monster Energy AMA Supercross and Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Series.

The Road 2 Recovery Foundation is a 501 (C) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to helping AMA licensed professional Motocross/Supercross Riders and professional Action Sports Athletes with financial assistance if they sustain career-ending injuries as well as providing motivational, emotional, and spiritual support to these individuals and their families. Our goal at Road 2 Recovery is be to become large enough to completely provide for an individual for the duration of their life if they are no longer able generate revenue. We strive towards this goal with the help of everyone in the motocross, and action sports community who is passionate about these sports. The Road 2 Recovery is out there to make these sports a better safer place. Our Federal 501 (C) (3) Non-Profit Tax ID # is 86-0996104.

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MX Sports Pro Racing Announces the Winner of a Brand New
2014 Honda CRF450R to Benefit the Asterisk Mobile Medical Center
Congratulations to Matthew Boyer, the lucky winner of a 2014 Honda CRF450R

MORGANTOWN, W. Va. (August 27, 2014) – MX Sports Pro Racing is pleased to announce that through an online raffling initiative, the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, was able to raise over $30,000 to benefit the Asterisk Mobile Medical Center, an emergency care facility available at each Lucas Oil Pro Motocross event to staff, participants, and crew at no cost.

Team Honda Muscle Milk’s Trey Canard announced the winner during opening ceremonies at the inaugural Indiana National on Saturday, Aug. 16. Congratulations to Matthew Boyer of Bedford, Virginia, the lucky winner of a 2014 Honda CRF450R.

The bike resembles the Team Honda Muscle Milk machine ridden by Factory Honda riders Trey Canard and Fredrik Noren in the 2014 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. The bike includes a Yoshimura TI exhaust system, Team Honda/Muscle Milk graphics kit, Honda motorcycle stand and a full set of Fly Racing gear and helmet.


Trey Canard finished out the season with a 1-1 sweep at Utah aboard his
Team Honda Muscle Milk CRF450R.
Photo: Christian Munoz

The Asterisk Mobile Medical Center is an emergency care facility available at each Lucas Oil Pro Motocross event to staff, participants, and crew at no cost. The full 53-foot hospital trailer is staffed with qualified and experienced medical personnel and offers specialized equipment for our sport’s unique injuries. The Asterisk Mobile Medical Center is provided to the racing community by Asterisk. Their operating budget is made possible by MX Sports Pro Racing, Road 2 Recovery Foundation, as well as individual riders and private donors.

The 2014 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship concluded last Saturday with the Utah National in Tooele, Utah. The 2015 Pro Motocross schedule will kick off Saturday, May 16 in Sacramento, California with the Hangtown Motocross Classic. For more information, please visit

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Courtesy of KTM North America
Friday, May 30, 2014

With the help of a generous donor, The Kurt Caselli Foundation has taken a bold step in increasing rider safety by partnering with the Asterisk Mobile Medical Center and donating a new Sonos Military Spec Ultrasound machine to the Asterisk Medical Team.

The Kurt Caselli Foundation has partnered with the Asterisk Mobile Medical Center and donated a new Sonos Military Spec Ultrasound machine.

Through this new partnership, The Kurt Caselli Foundation will now have access to the best medical response team in off-road motorcycling. Led by John Bodnar M.D., the experience and expertise of the medical unit personnel provided to the U.S. Supercross and Motocross Teams can now be shared an implemented into off-road racing series in the future.

Furthermore, the foundation will have access to the concussion management research and ImPACT baseline testing currently being undertaken by the Asterisk Mobile Medical Center that can be applied to help rider safety in all racing disciplines.

While the Asterisk Mobile Medical Center has been fully financially supported in the past, in recent years this support has fallen off, and left the unit underfunded. The Kurt Caselli Foundation has stepped in to provide an important medical machine that could prevent another death due to internal injury, like Kurt Caselli sustained while racing the SCORE/Baja 1000.

Nancy Caselli, Kurt’s mother, explained that, “While The Kurt Caselli Foundation remains focused on off-road safety, the support and connection with the Asterisk Mobile Medical Center doctors and staff will lead to the coordination and sharing of essential safety measures whether on a track or out on the open trails. The foundation is excited to foster a relationship with the Asterisk team to increase safety for those riding or racing off-road motorcycles.”

Tom Carson from the Asterisk Mobile Medical Center, commented, “We look forward to working with the foundation to bring rider safety to the highest level possible. We have been involved on the professional Supercross and Motocross level for the last fourteen years and it will be an honor to work with the foundation expanding into the off-road racing segments. We plan to bring our knowledge, expertise and dedication to the table to help them achieve their safety goals.”

Dr. Christopher Alexander added, “I cannot be more excited about this collaboration of efforts. Having worked in the field as a physician with Asterisk and in Baja with the KTM off-road race team, I believe this will result in a higher medical standard for all off-road motorcycling and I am proud to be associated with this endeavor.”

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