Pauls Jonass, Arminas Jasikonis & Mikkel Haarup – Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing.
With more than a decade of motocross competition under his belt, former MX2 World Champion Pauls Jonass will make the switch to MXGP class competition in 2019 aboard Husqvarna’s FC 450 machine. Working hard to return to full
Ricky Carmichael and Jeff Emig launch the first episode of Real Talk 447. They cover a few topics from the first 6 rounds of the 2019 Monster Energy Supercross Championship, talk smack to each other and tell some stories from their racing careers. The Show is brought to you by
With the MXGP season just 2 weeks away in Argentina and another pre-season race pencilled in for next week in France, Shaun Simpson's return to Hawkstone Park didn't go quite as planned after knocking his shoulder in moto 2.
Will Simpson be 100% fit for the season opener?
Shaun Simpson: “The day
Max Anstie took a double win in the MX1 class at the Hawkstone International on Sunday as a rash of crashes ruined the chances of fellow quick Brits.
Anstie romped to a double MX1 win
Brad Anderson, Tommy Searle, Shaun Simpson, Ben Watson and Conrad Mewse were among the top men whose
Round 2 of the East Coast Supercross from Arlington, Dallas. Watch the full main event races right here.
It seems like every other rider now has a sponsorship by a CBD product company. Unfortunately, the AMA has decided to ban all forms of advertising from their events. The CBD police will be out in force this weekend in Dallas.
Will we see this in FIM events in Europe or
No Jeffrey Herlings, Glenn Coldenhoff, Kevin Strijbos or Graeme Irwin, unfortunately, due to injuries. And Pauls Jonass is not fit enough yet. But the field is still stacked for the opening International of the year on British soil at Hawkstone on Sunday.
British championship winners like Evgeny Bobryshev, Tommy Searle, Shaun
He may only have just announced his retirement from professional motocross due to his wrist injury, but 20187 British champion Graeme Irwin is ready to make the move to the British Superbike championship where two of his brothers already race.
He will join his brother Glenn for a test ride at
Our favourite vlog from this years Monster Energy Supercross.
Alex from Dirt Wurx heads to Dallas for more insightful shenanigans with him and his track build team.
British Motocross Champion and Hitachi ASA KTM Team rider steps down from the world of motocross.
The 2017 British Motocross Champion, Graeme Irwin, is to retire from World and British Motocross after injuries have prevented the KTM rider from continuing to competing on the world stage. The 27-year-old Carrickfergus rider hit international