The final 2019 MXGP Round will be held in China on September 15thfor the first time.
Last August the 16th the MXGP was presented in Shanghai with representatives from Shanghai Municipal Government in attendance and over 50 national media attending presenting additional details on the preparation of the event. In attendance at this opening
"What a day on this awesome motocross track🙄! Two big crashes so happy to walk away healthy! I’m all good after the second moto though! Back at it this week ready for another one of my favourite tracks in Sweden 🇸🇪 thanks team."
Euro champ Brad Anderson lost a small amount of points to arch rival and series leader Mike Kras in the opening EMX 2T race at Imola in Italy.
Ando started the day just two points behind the Dutchman as Kras took third place while Anderson had a troubled race to finish
Following the announcement of Yamaha Motor Europe's reformed Racing Strategy that will see the Monster Energy Wilvo Yamaha MXGP and Monster Energy Kemea Yamaha MX2 take on Factory status in 2020, it is with great pleasure that Yamaha Motor Europe N.V. can confirm that next seasons rider rostrum will consist
Great Britain’s three-man team for the FIM Motocross of Nations at Assen in Holland on September 29 will be Ben Watson (MX2), Max Anstie (MX1) and Shaun Simpson (Open).
Team Manager Mark Chamberlain made his selection after carefully studying form, fitness and sand-riding ability. Consideration was also given to experience
Jasikonis shakes on the deal with boss Pyrhonen
Husqvarna has announce that Arminas Jasikonis has signed a one-year extension to his current contract with Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing. This new agreement will see the Lithuanian continue to compete in the MXGP category through to the end of the 2020 season.
Max Anstie has announced he won't be staying at the Standing Construct KTM MXGP team next year. The squad will stick with his team-mate Glenn Coldenhoff.
Anstie's statement, which suggest he has been picked for a Team GB ride at the Nations in Assen although the team hasn't yet been formally
There will be no Ken Roczen, Eli Tomac or Adam Cianciarulo at the Motocross of Nations in Assen next month as team USA and Germany reveal their choices.
For USA it's the factory Husky duo of Jason Anderson and Zack Osborne on 450s, with Yamaha's Justin Cooper on a 250. Tomac
Yamaha has formally announced its partnership with Romain Febvre will be drawn to a close at the end of the 2019 MXGP season, leaving the Frenchman looking for a ride.
Febvre has taken his YZ450FM to 27 Grand Prix race wins, 50 Grand Prix podiums, and 12 Grand Prix victories, with
Last year's team won in the USA
They've been unbeatable for the past five years - from the wet of Red Bud and Matterley to the hard pack of Maggiora and Ernee and even soft soil at Kegums. But will the deep sand of Assen finally spell an end to France's