Van Beveren injury update

While leading the provisional overall standings of the 2018 Dakar Rally, Yamalube Yamaha Official Rally Team rider Adrien Van Beveren suffered a crash shortly before finishing stage 10 of the event in Belén. Currently in hospital where he is receiving medical assistance in La Rioja, Adrien is expected to return to France in the

Brutal crash wipes out Dakar leader

Yamaha's Adrien Van Beveren crashed out of the lead of the Dakar rally today. "Following a crash shortly before the end of stage 10, Adrien has been forced to abandon the 2018 Dakar. He attempted to complete the stage but was unable to continue and was airlifted for medical check,"

Close Dakar sees leaders split by 22 secs!

There is just 22 seconds at the head of the Dakar rally - and neither of the leaders are on KTM who have won the rally for the past 13 years. Yamaha's Adrian Van Beveren leads from Honda's Kevin Benavides who is about to reach his home town of Salta breathing

Van Beveren retakes Dakar lead

Putting in a stellar performance today in the Bolivian mountains, Adrien Van Beveren has worked his way back into the lead of the 2018 Dakar Rally. Reaching the end of the first part of the two-day-long marathon stage without any issue, the Yamalube Yamaha Official Rally Team rider is now three minutes and 14

Sunderland crashes out of Dakar

After winning both the first and third days of the rally to hold the lead, Briton Sam Sunderland crashed two-thirds of the way through today’s stage forced the 2017 Dakar champion to abandon the rally. Alex Doringer – KTM Rally Team Manager, said:  “Unfortunately Sam had an accident today whilst searching for

Van Beveren takes Loony sand title!

Yamaha’s Adrian Van Beveren took the win in the pro class at the Loon Plage beach motocross, right next to the Dunkirk ferry terminal in France at the weekend. He was followed home by fellow Yamaha rider and beach race specialist Axel Van De Sande. Former MXGP world champion Steve Ramon,