Pauls Jonass and Brian Bogers will be the all-new factory GasGas team in 2021, replacing Glenn Coldenhoff, it was announced today. It's believed Coldenhoff will join the factory Yamaha team. The GasGas info says:
GASGAS Motorcycles have secured the signatures of yet more exciting racers ahead of the 2021 MXGP season!
Team HRC will once again feature three riders as they begin their assault on reclaiming the 2019 MXGP and MX2 motocross world championship titles. Tim Gajser (MXGP), Brian Bogers (MXGP) and Calvin Vlaanderen (MX2) have another year under their belts with the factory Honda team and will head to the
Team HRC confirmed its rider line-up for the 2019 FIM Motocross World Championship, MXGP. Brian Bogers was present at the traditional Honda factory motorsport announcement at the Milan bike show, joining the likes of World Champions Marc Marquez and Toni Bou, although both Tim Gajser and Calvin Vlaanderen were forced
Russian Evgeny Bobryshev is back in MXGPs for 2018, riding Suzukis for the new BOS team. But the former HRC Honda man he'll still race for Neil Prince's team in the British championship.
Bobryshev, who is currently racing in the UK Arenacross series on the RFX Suzuki, last month went to
Brian Bogers turned up to spin some laps for HRC on the new Honda CRF250 that we rode in Italy this week, and promptly broke his foot! The Dutchman in the new 450 ace in the HRC MXGP team but now will have to postpone testing while his foot heals.
Tim Gajser will remains with Team HRC Honda for the 2018 world championship and will be teamed up with two ex-HSF KTM riders, 21-year-old Dutchman Brian Bogers and 21-year-old Calvin Vlaanderen. The HSF Motorsport team are now backers of Team HRC and their workshops in Holland will provide a base for testing.
The three motocross
Former world champion John van den Berk has split with the HSF Logistics KTM MX2 GP team after several years and he'll be replaced by former GP rider, August Justs as rider coach and Nick van Gemert will be the physical trainer. The team say van den Berk played an
They had never won the Nations before, but with Jeffrey Herlings moving up to the 450, Holland came within half a lap of taking the Motocross of Nations victory at Maggiora. It would have been the biggest upset for years, but proved just how good Herlings really is. Especially as