Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Colton Haaker has successfully defended his FIM SuperEnduro World Championship title, winning the 2017 series with a third-place overall result at the fourth and final event held in Albi, France.
Entering the championship decider with an 11-point advantage over his closest challenger Alfredo Gomez, Haaker did
Briton Jonny Walker came a close runner-up to fellow factory KTM team=mate Alfredo Gomez in the Bilbao SuperEnduro round at the weekend, the penultimate round of the championship.
"It feels so good to get my first ever overall SuperEnduro win,” explained Alfredo Gomez from the podium in Bilbao. “In the first
American KTM enduro ace Taylor Roberts has made the following statement following his crash at last week's King of Motos race in the USA:
"I've been in the hospital for a week now and today is the first day I've felt some solid progress. A week ago today this crash happened when
Sam Sunderland has become the first Briton to win the Dakar rally, taking victory by more than 30 minutes! His win marked KTM's 16th consecutive Dakar win and he lead a clean sweep by KTM of the podium places. Sunderland, who now lives in Dubai, beat former MX3 world champion
British rider Sam Sunderland goes into the final stage (786 km in total, but just one final 64 km timed special) with a solid 33-minute lead over Matthias Walkner as Dakar starts its final day today. Close behind him are two opponents in French rider Adrien Van Beveren and Spain’s
Sam Sunderland leads the Dakar rally with just two days action remaining. The British rider fought hard to make up his lost time in yesterday's stage, but the fact that Pablo Quintanilla, Sam Sunderland’s closest rival retired due to illness in the afternoon, allowed him to finish the day with
Briton Sam Sunderland has extended his lead in the Dakar rally as today's planned stage has been axed due to poor conditions. Sunderland led as the riders on Tuesday crossed the border from Bolivia to Argentina on their way from Uyuni to Salta as the rally turns east towards Saturday’s
British rider Sam Sunderland won a shortened Stage 5 on his KTM 450 RALLY to be the fifth stage winner since the rally kicked off in Asuncion, Paraguay and now leads the Dakar rally as it starts its second week. The Dubai-based rider has never been out of the top
Sam Sunderland finished ahead of Paulo Goncalves of Portugal and French rider Adrien Van Beveren, who were just 22 seconds apart to take the overall lead in the Dakar rally. The day was another game changer following the drama in Stage 4 when Toby Price, last year’s winner crashed and
Toby Price, who won the second stage but then lost time at the beginning of Wednesday’s Stage 3 after a navigational error, had been working hard to catch Joan Barreda in the Dakar rally yesterday. He had just got in front of him when he crashed in a riverbed at