Ryan in 2017.
|No. #175, 17[temporally]|
|Born||Ryan James Williams|
February 3, 1995
Austin, Texas, U.S.
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|Weight||243 lb (110 kg)|
|Representing United States|
|2005 Grand Prix||Motocross|
Williams was best known for his time in the Motocross's event Motocross Junior World Championship in the early to mid-2000s and was GP debut of the 2007 FIM Motocross World Championship on May 6. He was the son of Joseph Williams, an cyclist and his wife Shannon. He was the 2x Grand Prix Champion (2010 and 2013) as well of 5x FIM Motocross Junior World Championship, one-time The Rivalry Champion and 8x One-on-One Championship.
Williams met Jessica Colbert in 2012 and was married in 2016. As of 2016, Williams haven't race in last two-three years but Williams' wife said that he will and confirmed that he will return to racing.
As growing up, he ride a dirtbike at young age if two and an bicycle at age of five.
Professional Motocross career
Debut and first feuds 2009-2010
In his first season racing in the U.S., Searle finished in 6th place in the 250 class of the 2009 AMA Motocross Championship. He made the podium three times, finishing 3rd overall at Mt. Morris, Lakewood and Buchanan. Williams had previously told www.motorcycle-usa.com that he was hoping to finish in the top three for the season.
However, Williams's debut Supercross season ended early when he injured his shoulder at the Anaheim Two meeting on 23 January . In the two rounds in which he competed before the injury, Searle finished 7th overall at the Anaheim One meeting, and 8th overall at the Phoenix meeting.
In 2010 Searle embarked on his second season in the 250 class of the AMA Motocross Championship. But once again his progress was hampered by injury, and he finished fourteenth overall after missing a number of races. His best result was a second place in the first moto of the opening round at Hangtown.
Second stint In The FIM MX-GP2 Series 2010
In August 2010, Searle left KTM and announced a return to the FIM MX-GP2 circuit with the CLS Monster Energy Kawasaki Pro Circuit team.
Searle finished a strong third overall for the 2011 season, behind Redbull Teka KTM riders Ken Roczen and Jeffrey Herlings. He secured overall wins at the Grand Prix of France and Europe, and also managed to finish on the podium at the Grand Prix of Bulgaria, Netherlands, the United States, Spain, Germany, Latvia, the Czech Republic, Britain and Italy. While fast throughout, he was often hindered by poor starts, meaning he would lose time by having to fight his way through the pack in the early laps of a moto, allowing the leaders - usually Roczen and Herlings - to pull away.
In his final season in the MX-GP2 class, Searle once again finished runner-up in the championship standings, this time to Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team rider Jeffrey Herlings. Mechanical DNFs in the first moto of the Italian GP, and in both motos of the Latvian GP, ultimately cost him his chance of taking the title. However, he still managed to secure overall wins at the GPs of Bulgaria, Brazil, Belgium, Sweden, Great Britain and Germany, and finished on the podium a further seven times, for a total of 13 podium finishes out of 16 GPs.
His victory at the GP of Great Britain in August 2012, the 13th of his career, saw him become - at the age of only 23 - the third most successful British motocross GP rider of all time in terms of number of GPs won, behind only former world champions Dave Thorpe and Jeff Smith.
Stint In The FIM MX-GP1 Series and first retirement
In 2013, Searle remained with Team Floride Monster Energy Pro-Circuit Kawasaki, and embarked upon his first season in the premier MX-GP1 class. The opening round of the season saw Qatar host its first ever MX-GP event, in which Searle finished 6th overall. Similarly, round two also saw Thailand host its first ever MX-GP event, in which Searle finished 4th overall. In round three, the series returned to the more established climes of the Valkenswaad circuit in the Netherlands, in which Searle finished 9th overall.
Professional motocross record
|Professional record summary|
|71 races||56 wins||10 losses|
|71||Loss||56–10–3 (2)||Charles Williams||Sep 12, 2019||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota|
|70||Draw||56–9–3 (2)||Nathan Homes Jr.||Aug 25, 2019||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota|
|69||Win||56–9–2 (2)||Fernando Rodríguez||Aug 10, 2019||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota|
|68||Loss||55–9–2 (2)||Leopold Peeters||Jul 7, 2019||Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia|
|67||Win||55–8–2 (2)||Feng Ming||Jun 21, 2019||FOX Raceway, Pala, California||Won the 85cc GP and the IMC titles|
|66||Loss||54–8–2 (2)||Craig Kelly||Jun 9, 2019||FOX Raceway, Pala, California|
|65||Win||54–7–2 (2)||Tao Jianhong||May 24, 2019||FOX Raceway, Pala, California|
|64||NC||53–7–2 (2)||David Banks||May 14, 2019||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota||NC of Banks tested positive for steroids and methophine|
|63||Loss||53–7–2 (1)||Jeff Ellison||Apr 9, 2019||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota||For the ONO 250cc ONO title|
|62||Win||53–6–2 (1)||Tom Johansson||Mar 21, 2019||Newark, New Jersey|
|61||Win||52–6–2 (1)||Craig Kelly||Mar 7, 2019||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota|
|60||Win||51–6–2 (1)||Craig Kelly||Feb 25, 2019||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota|
|59||Win||50–6–2 (1)||Lukas Johan||Feb 14, 2019||Staples Center, Los Angeles, California|
|58||Win||49–6–2 (1)||Jason Murphy||Feb 5, 2019||Staples Center, Los Angeles, California|
|57||Draw||48–6–2 (1)||Tom Johansson||Jan 4, 2019||Staples Center, Los Angeles, California|
|56||NC||48–6–1 (1)||Jeff Ellison||Dec 16, 2018||Staples Center, Los Angeles, California||For the ONO 250cc ONO champion title;|
Originally a GP Win for Williams, later ruled an NC after an accidental head crush.
|55||Loss||48–6–1||Marshall R. Tucker||Dec 9, 2018||Glen Helen Raceway, San Bernardino, California|
|54||Win||48–5–1||Antonio López Severino||Nov 25, 2018||GEICO Music Stage, Aspen, Colorado|
|53||Loss||47–5–1||Leopold Peeters||Nov 3, 2018||Tucker Raceway, Springdale, Arkansas||For the GP Junior and the IMC titles|
|52||Loss||47–4–1||Charles D. Kennedy||Oct 26, 2018||Glen Helen Raceway, San Bernardino, California|
|51||Win||47–3–1||Jordan Sinclair||Oct 7, 2018||Glen Helen Raceway, San Bernardino, California|
|50||Loss||46–3–1||Charles Williams||Sep 25, 2018||Glen Helen Raceway, San Bernardino, California||Lost the 2018 One-on-One, FIM, The Track and lineal MX titles.|
|49||Win||46–2–1||Darrin Terrance||Sep 22, 2018||Glen Helen Raceway, San Bernardino, California|
|48||Win||45–2–1||Dick Joseph||Aug 12, 2018||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota|
|47||Win||44–2–1||Andrew Dickens Jr.||Aug 5, 2018||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota|
|46||Draw||43–2–1||Oscar De La Santa||Jun 5, 2018||Matterley Basin, Winchester, England|
|45||Win||43–2||Richard Parker||May 23, 2018||Racing Xevous, Paterson, New Jersey||Won the 2018 Jersey Championship.|
|44||Win||42–2||David Harris||May 7, 2018||Pala Raceway, Irvine, California||Retained the 2018 Junior One-on-One and lineal MX titles.|
|43||Win||41–2||Jimmy Anderson||Apr 29, 2018||Sherwood Raceway, Sherwood, Arkansas||Retained the 2018 One-on-One, FIM, The Track and lineal MX titles.|
|42||Win||40–2||Michael Adams||Apr 15, 2018||Agueda Raceway, Agueda, Portugal||Retained the FIM, The Track and lineal MX titles;|
Vacant the title two months after.
|41||Win||39–2||Seth Francis||Apr 10, 2018||Arco, Trentino, Italy||Retained the FIM, The Track and lineal MX titles|
|40||Win||38–2||Marshall Johnson||Mar 29, 2018||Vilafamés, Spain||Retained the FIM, The Track and lineal MX titles|
|39||Win||37–2||Andy Stephenson||Mar 18, 2018||Eurocircuit Valkenswaard, Valkenswaard, Netherlands|
|38||Win||36–2||Clément Desalle||Mar 9, 2018||Patagonia Race Track, Neuquén, Argentina||Retained the FIM, The Track and lineal MX titles|
|37||Win||35–2||Bill Francis Davids||Jan 27, 2018||GEICO Music Stage, Aspen, Colorado||Won the Gold medal for the third time|
|36||Win||34–2||McJohn Andrew||Nov 27, 2017||Dutch Sport Park, Bloomingdale, Michigan|
|35||Win||33–2||"Mother" George McJohn Jr.||Nov 13, 2017||Pala Raceway, Irvine, California||This is an One-on-One Match|
|34||Win||32–2||Robert Johnston||Sep 24, 2017||Racing Xevous, Paterson, New Jersey||Retained the FIM, The Track and lineal MX titles|
|33||Win||31–2||Thomas Charlie||Sept 21, 2017||Villars-sous-Écot, France||Won the FIM, The Track and lineal MX titles|
|32||Win||30–2||Joseph Johnston||Jul 14, 2017||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota||Won the Gold medal for the second time|
|31||Win||29–2||Mike Redman||Jun 19, 2017||Speedway, Nashville, Tennessee|
|30||Win||28–2||Mike Redman||Mar 26, 2017||Walton Raceway, Walton, Ontario||Retained the One-on-One WMC Junior title.|
|29||Win||27–2||Jason von Jeerk||Dec 30, 2016||Hamilton, New Jersey||Won a Gold medal for first time.|
|28||Win||26–2||Ken Fitzgerald Jr.||Aug 11, 2016||New York Track Raceway, Manhattan, New York||Won One-on-One WMC Junior title.|
|27||Win||25–2||Joshua Derrick||Jun 2, 2016||Circuit of the Americas, Austin, Texas||Won the Bronze medal for the first time|
|26||Win||24–2||Ken Fitzgerald Jr.||May 14, 2016||Circuit of the Americas, Austin, Texas|
|25||Win||23–2||James Ellison||Apr 30, 2016||Walton Raceway, Walton, Ontario|
|24||Win||22–2||May 5, 2015||Doublin Gap, Dublin, Ireland|
|23||Win||21–2||Jan 24, 2014||New York City, New York|
|22||Win||20–2||Mar 3, 2013||Las Vegas, Nevada|
|21||Win||19–2||Sep 2, 2012|
|20||Win||18–2||Feb 4, 2012|
|19||Loss||17–2||Mar 11, 2011|
|18||Loss||17–1||Danny Ford||Feb 26, 2008||Grand Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California||William's first loss and lost the One-on-One Championship|
|17||Win||17–0||Feb 7, 2008|
|16||Win||16–0||Sep 19, 2007|
|15||Win||15–0||Jacob D'Francois||Aug 26, 2007||Newark, New Jersey|
|14||Win||14–0||Charles John||May 3, 2007|
|13||Win||13–0||Ken Karls||Feb 11, 2007|
|12||Win||12–0||Floyd Karlsson||Jan 20, 2007|
|11||Win||11–0||The Undertaker||Jan 4, 2007|
|10||Win||10–0||Michael Saints||Nov 26, 2006|
|9||Win||9–0||Samuel San||Jun 16, 2006|
|8||Win||8–0||Stephen Bill||Jun 1, 2005|
|7||Win||7–0||The Undertaker||May 18, 2004|
|6||Win||6–0||The Undertaker||May 4, 2004|
|5||Win||5–0||Ken Ron Junior||Jan 3, 2004|
|4||Win||4–0||Robert Smith||Dec 18, 2003|
|3||Win||3–0||Floyd Karlsson||Jun 5, 2003||Paradise, Nevada|
|2||Win||2–0||John Michaels||Apr 22, 2003||Paradise, Nevada||Won the 2007 One-on-One Championship|
|1||Win||1–0||Michael J. John||Mar 6, 2003||Rome, Italy||Professional debut|