The round of Emilia Romagna concluded stages three and four of the EMX2t Presented by FMF Racing and EMX125 Presented by FMF Racing series. Once again Verde Substance KTM’s Brad Anderson and Andrea Bonacorsi of Fantic Racing repeated their success from the previous rounds, to both take their third consecutive overall victories.
The first race of the EMX125 Presented by FMF Racing saw Valerio
Brad Anderson finally got back on top of the EMX two-stroke championship with a second place in the penultimate moto of the season at the Turkish GP. It was a three-way battle for the lead between Mike Kras, Ando and Manuel Iacopi. That was half the field as the race
Briton Todd Kellett took his first EMX two-stroke win in the heat of the Russian GP today. With Andero Lusbo second, defending champion Brad Anderson took back the red plate from Mike Kras by stealing third place then pulling away from the Dutchman.
Anderson now has a single point lead over
Briton Brad Anderson proved his recent facial injuries have not slowed him one bit as he romped to a double race win in the European two-stroke championship at Matterley Basin.
In Saturday's race he fell on the first lap and came through to victory from Mike Kras. And in Sunday
Ando punches the air in victory
Briton Brad Anderson made history by winning the first ever moto for the brand
new European 250 two-stroke championship at the British GP at Matterley Basin. But
he made it difficult on himself as he crashed on the very first lap while
challenging for the lead.
Ando battles Kras
One of Britain's most popular racers, EMX300 two-stroke champion Brad Anderson, is to race this weekend's Apico 2-Stroke festival at Sellindge in Kent. And he'll be joined by another two top British championship riders, Lewis Tombs who will be on a 125 and Jamie Law who will be riding an
Former British champion Brad Anderson has taken the painful decision to miss this weekend's British championship at Desertmartin to give his injured right knee more chance to heal.
Hard man Ando, who hurt the knee at the British GP yet rode in immense pain to take the EMX300 win, has left
Battling Brit Brad Anderson raged to second overall with a second place finish in today's second moto of the EMX300 two-stroke championship opening round at Valkenswaard in Holland. It was Greg Smets, son of five-times world champ Joel, who won both motos to take the lead in the series. For
Check out the action in the EMX300 and EMX125 first motos from today's Dutch GP at Valkenswaard. Photo by Dick Law