Musquin dominates Paris as Febvre crashes

MArvin MUsquin dominated the Paris Supercross by setting the fast lap time in Superpole then clearing off to three unchallenged victories. But it was awful news for World No.2 Romain Febvre who crashed hard in the second moto while chasing Musquin and was stretchered off with a suspected broken leg. Febvre

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https://youtu.be/kgYEIHq69Ss Romain Febvre topped qualifying for the Paris Supecross in the Paris La Defense Arena yesterday for the 38th running of the famous event. His best lap was 44.188s, from Marvin Musquin in 44.424s, then American Justin Brayton 44.575s. Chad Reed was 11th and Tony Cairoli 13th. As the event was cancelled

Paris Supercross track build starts

It's just a few days until the the 38th edition of the Paris Supercross will start on Saturday afternoon, and the first trucks have started to deliver material to build the track (Pics by Mathias Brunner/www.motoverte.com) The first challenge is to be ready for the first practice session on Friday

Cairoli and Reed in rescheduled Paris supercross

Tony Cairoli and Chad Reed are two of the surprise entrants for the Paris Supercross, which has been shifted to a single afternoon event on November 27. The original two-day event was announced as being postponed due to travel problems for American riders due to covid. But now the organisers

Paris Supercross postponed

The Paris Supercross on November 6th and 7th has been postponed to a later date which will be announced soon. It's due to ravel restrictions from the USA. People who have already a ticket have nothing to do at the moment, and Larivière Organisation h=is doing everything to announce the details

UK Arenacross returns in summer!

The Arenacross Tour is back for its ninth year in 2021 and will be held in summer instead of the usual winter dates. “It’s most definitely been the toughest year for promoters in the Arena and Stadiums world, where government guidelines have restricted events from taking place with either limited or

Hsu’s the man as Arenacross champions crowned

The 2020 Arenacross Tour crowned a new Champion, Fro System's Brian HSU took the Superfinal title in front of a sold out crowd at The SSE Arena, Wembley in London and the overall championship. Fierce challenges from former Champion Cedric Soubeyras (ASA United Husqvarna) who came in second with Aussie

One-day Wembley final for UK Arenacross

With the cancelling of the penultimate Arenacross day on Friday, the final round of the 2020 Tour on Saturday 22nd February is just days away and with double points in the Pro class Superfinal, the championship is guaranteed to go down to the wire between one of six riders. Following rounds

Greedy and Featherstone banned after AX punch-up

Following a number of on and off-track incidents involving riders Ashley Greedy and Gradie Featherstone at the Birmingham rounds of the 2020 Arenacross Tour on January 31st and February 1st, the series governing body, the MCF together with the series promoters, Arena Sports Live have imposed an immediate competitive ban on

Hsu’s the Brum star

Birmingham’s Resorts World Arena witnessed unforgettable racing in the third round of the 2020 Arenacross Tour. Fro System’s Brian HSU took yet another Main Event win ahead of SR75 Suzuki’s Charles Lefrancois and triple AX Champion Thomas Ramette stormed back to finish third in a heated Super Final Main Event