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
Max Anstie took his first ever MXGP race win in the sand of Lommel, catching and passing Tim Gajser twice after the British KTM man fell while leading. But Anstie was lucky to start the race after a huge start crash in moto one.
And in MX2, Ben Watson snatched a
Catching up with Ben Watson in Indonesia, he may need more surgery to fix the injury.
Check out the highlights from the MXGP of Portugal.
Yamaha's Ben Watson came out on top of the MX2 Brit pack at Matterley as crashes, bike issues and poor starts hampered our trio of podium hopefuls.
Watson was best Brit
Watson slipped off early on in the first moto but got back on and made a charge through to fourth place
With the news Jorge Prado is out of this weekends MXGP at Matterley Basin, we could see one of our top Brits on the podium, but who?
The competition is hungrier now than ever though, with Jonass gone to MX1 and Prado as the main protagonist now injured, each of the
World champ Jorge Prado shook off his shaky start to the year in yesterday’s opening qualifying race by taking two unchallenged wins in the MX2 GP of Argentina, the first round of the 2019 world championship.
Prado was in unstoppable form
In the first race he quickly got by holeshot man, his
As the MXGP closes in next weekend in Argentina, the final pre-season race took place in France this weekend.
Great news for British fans as Ben Watson of MONSTER ENERGY KEMEA YAMAHA MX2 Team, raced to two races wins at the Mastercross Lacapelle.
In MX1 Romain Febvre took the honours with
Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Jeffrey Herlings and Jorge Prado took dominant Qualifying wins at in the final GP of the year at the new Imola circuit, but world champ Prado was followed home by Briton Ben Watson. But it was a tough race for nine times world champ Tony Cairoli who fell
Tommy Searle (MXGP), Ben Watson (MX2) and Max Anstie (MX Open) have been confirmed as the British team for the Motocross of Nations at Red Bud in October.
Tommy Searle will be lining up to compete in the MXGP class on the Bike It DRT Kawasaki machine. In the past Tommy