Will 2021 see Geerts win the MX2 crown?

Made up of well-established race and Grand Prix winners, Jago Geerts and Maxime Renaux, and strengthened by the addition of last years’ EMX250 Champion Thibault Benistant, the Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MX2 team will see all three riders campaign the factory Yamaha YZ250FM in the hotly contested MX2 series. Geerts, who

No surgery needed for injured Geerts

Jago Geerts doesn’t need surgery for the shoulder injury (cracks in the head of his shoulder) he picked up in Pietramurata on Sunday. Geerts crashed in the ultimate race of the season in Pietramurata and landed heavily on his left shoulder. After a first examination at the medical centre the doctors

Geerts and Renaux stay factory Yamaha

Jago Geerts will remain with the Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MX2 team through 2022. The young Belgian will be joined on the gate of the 2021 and 2022 MX2 World Championships by young Frenchman Maxime Renaux. Geerts made his MX2 debut with the Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MX2 team back in

Geerts talks about the 2020 season

Before the devastating outbreak of COVID-19 was fully realized, Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MX2’s Jago Geerts' 2020 MX2 campaign was off to a sensational start. The 19-year-old Belgian won his first-ever Grand Prix and took the championship lead for the first time in his career at the opening round of