It was weekend of differing fortunes for GL12 Racing KTM riders Mike Kras and James Dunn at Redsand in Spain.
The Dutchman, lying joint second in the EMX300 points after the opening round at Valkenswaard, topped qualifying by over one-and-a-half seconds before ripping to the win in both races to convert
Considering America is a hotbed of motocross, it is surprising that not many Americans make the journey over to Europe to test their skills against the best in the world. It has been more than two-decades since an American won a FIM Motocross World Title - the last was Bobby
Check out the highlights of Mel Pocock's insiprational EMX250 win and how Brad Anderson crashed out of the EMX300 race lead.
Former EMX250 champion Steven Clarke is leaving the USA after a year chasing Supercross and outdoor titles there to return to Europe. The Brit has signed for the Carglass Honda Racing team for the 2018 season and will be racing the EMX250 championship and also the Dutch Masters, he announced on
Ulsterman Martin Barr has agreed to join the Revo Husqvarna team in a two-year deal that will see him contest the British MX2 championship and the European EMX250 series. Barr revealed the news at the Dirt Bike show where he tried out his new ride for size.
The former Honda rider
REVO Husqvarna UK is stepping up the pace next year, undertaking an international race programme and fielding an expanded three-pro-rider line-up along with a rising youth star. Mel Pocock, the 2017 Michelin MX Natonals MX2 champion, stays with the team and is joined by highly-rated 17-year-old Dylan Woodcock. A third
Respect is earned, not given and James Dunn has earned massive respect this season and the struggles he’s overcome in his career. Everyone knows the two-stroke scene creates massive attention and a lot of people are investing in. James has always been a fan and in fact it’s one piece of
KTM Diga Racing Junior Team’s Miro Sihvonen had a big get-off at a training camp ride at home in Finland on Wednesday. Things went wrong on a jump for the 18-year old EMX250 contender, he landed on his feet but damaged the knee cap of his right leg.
Miro successfully underwent knee
EMX250 race 1 was a dominant performance by Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team's Morgan Lesiardo, only the second race win of the season in which he leads points in. Honda Redmoto’s Mathys Boisrame ran 2nd 13 of 15 laps before the scorching heat took the rider out of the race.
The leader of the EMX250 championship, Miro Sihvonen, dislocated his shoulder in a crash in the second round of the ADAC Youngster Cup in Jauer, Germany.
He won the first moto but in the second he fell and dislocated his shoulder. X-rays showed nothing is broken but he now has an MRI scan