Brits ruled the EMX300 race at Ottobiano in Italy as GL12's James Dunn took his first race win of the series from Brad Anderson, who extended his series lead to ten points over Dutchman Mike Kras who was third.
The trio ended up at the sharp end of the pack after
Two weeks have passed and MXGP is back to racing at another new circuit! This time around the 11th round of the FIM Motocross World Championship will be held at the Ottobiano International circuit completely renewed for the Fiat Professional Fullback MXGP of Lombardia.
The Circuit of Ottobiano boast a 130,000
As the season reaches its halfway point, the FIM world championship heads back to a ‘home’ race for the team in Ottobiano. Joining Michele Cervellin this weekend, is Venuzuelan born Anthony Rodriguez who will be filling in for the injured Chihiro Notsuka on the CRF250RW.
Ottobiano is a new track on
Factory Kawasaki rider Clement Desalle has dedicated his Russian MXGP victory to his friend Steven Lenoir who died a week ago following a crash in France.
Belgian Desalle carried the 'Lenoir #685' sticker on his front number plate at Orlyonok and after the event posted this photo of the plate with
Check out the action from the Russian GP mudfest! Including Brad Anderson's EMX300 overall victory!
Brad Anderson took the overall win in the Russian EMX300 two-stroke class at Orlyonok in Russia today. Anderson, who won both motos at the opening round in Germany recently and then yesterday's dry race, took second place behind champ Mike Kras in the mud-hit race on Sunday. With Kras third
Belgian Clement Desalle made it two MXGP overall victories in a row by taking the top step of the podium at the muddy Russian GP at Orlyonok, just two weeks after taking the overall at the very different French GP. But it was also celebrations for Briton Max Anstie who
Pauls Jonass became one of the few riders to take an overall GP win despite not winning a moto and being lapped! Yet the Latvian KTM star took the overall to extend his series lead in the rain-lashed GP of Russia at Orlyonok.
Just before the first moto, the rain lashed
Following an unavoidable collision with another rider, Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing's Jeremy Van Horebeek has broken and dislocated the index finger of his right hand. The injury occurred at the start of the MXGP Qualifying Race at the Grand Prix of Russia - round ten of the FIM Motocross
Stylish MXGP star Valentin Guillod will be out of action for a few weeks following a crash in the Russian MXGP qualifying race yesterday. He went down in a first corner crash and broke his hand. He'll have surgery on Monday.
He said: "Unfortunately my Russian GP got stopped in the