Factory Husky ace Bellino out on eve of world enduro

Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Mathias Bellino will not compete in the opening round of the 2017 FIM EnduroGP World Championship due to a shoulder injury. The Frenchman fell on Thursday morning during an official final, pre-race shake down ride with his team mates. Landing heavily on his left shoulder Mathias

Husky team’s Dakar highlights

Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Team’s riders had their highs and lows in the 2017 edition of the Dakar Rally, the annual, 9,000 km trek through South America that is an enormous test for man and machine. French rider Pela Renet reached the finish in Buenos Aires safely on January

Anderson disqualified after slapping Freise

Factory Husky rider Jason Anderson was disqualified from the Anaheim 2 Supercross on Saturday night after slapping Vince Freise on the helmet on the way back to the pits. The pair had clashed in Anderson's heat race. Anderson pulled a mid-pack start in his heat and, while on the move toward

Whatley joins Apico Husqvarna

Kristian Whatley is to join the Apico Husqvarna MX1 team alongside Matt Burrows and Jamie Law after splitting with the MVR-D Husky team two weeks ago. After a week of negotiations, Whatley clinched the deal with Apico to contest the MX1 class of the Maxxis British championship and MX Nationals

Dunn joins MVR-D Husky for Arenacross

James Dunn split with his JK Yamaha team last week but has been snapped up by the MVR-D Husky team to replace Nev Bradshaw who broke a bone in his hand in his debut for the team in Glasgow on Saturday. Bradshaw himself was a replacement for Kristian Whatley who

Clarke misses Dortmund Supercross crown

Steven Clarke's bid to take the overall Dortmund Supercross title came to an end when he failed to reach the main event on the third night of racing. Clarke won the first SX1 final on Friday and still led overall after taking sixth on day two. But his DNQ on

Jarvis wins UK Extreme opener

The expected snow and bad weather never materialised and although the race started in wet weather, the day cleared and although the course remained wet and muddy in the opening British extreme championship at Tong. There was no heavy rain and even some sunny conditions. From the start Extreme Enduro specialist

Clarke leads Dortmund SX after day 2

After taking the win in the opening day of the Dortmund Supercross in Germany, Briton Steven Clarke took sixth place in the Saturday night final to hold the overall lead going into tonight’s final race. American Nick Schmidt was crowned new German Supercross Champions.  Schmidt finished second in the SX1

Bradshaw’s Husky Arenacross return

Former champ Nev Bradshaw returns to Arenacross this weekend at Glasgow with MVR-D Husqvarna. The former top British MX2 runner will take the ride vacated by Kristian Whatley who parted company with the team due to irreconcilable differences following Whatley's no-show at the Manchester opener on Saturday. Bradshaw’s no stranger to