Ben Watson talks about his move to the MXGP class as a factory rider for Yamaha. "I'm not the guy who says I'm going to be top 8 first race. I want to enter the season as an open book and get as much experience as I can," he says.
Briton Ben Watson fought through to spectacular third place in his very first 450 race in the Italian International at Alghero. He overtook former world champ Romain Febvre and Ivo Monticelli to take third behind winner Glenn Coldenhoff and Husky's Thomas Kjer Olsen. In the MX2 race, Nicholas Lapucci dominated on
MXGP rookie, Ben Watson, will make his YZ450FM debut this weekend where he will join Coldenhoff on the gate at round two of the Internazionali D’Italia in Alghero, Sardinia. Ben Watson on the 450 Due to the delayed start to the FIM Motocross World Championship, which is currently scheduled to start in Oss, The
British factory Yamaha 450 rookie Ben Watson has tested in France and is now on his way to the Italian island of Sardinia to complete tests on his new Momnster Energy Yamaha alongside team-mates Jeremy Seewer and Glenn Coldenhoff. Watson's new machine After a stand-out end to his MX2 career, where he
Yamaha Motor Europe is pleased to announce that Ben Watson will take an exciting step up the Yamaha Racing pyramid and will join the Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP team for the 2021 MXGP season. The 23-year-old from Nottinghamshire, England joined Yamaha and the Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MX2 Team in
The MXGP of Lommel has concluded the Belgian triple-header here in Lommel, which saw Team HRC’s Tim Gajser and Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing MX2 Ben Watson take to the top of the box as the pair finished the week in the sand, on a high note. A new track layout was introduced for this weekend’s races which