With one KTM superstar out for possibly the rest of the year, Jeffrey Herlings is definitely not going to rush back just for the sake of it and end up on the sidelines like his team mate Tony Cairoli.
The young Dutchman currently out with a broken ankle, is resting and
KTM released a social post explaining why Tony Cairoli and Jeffrey Herlings will miss the MXGP of Germany.
"A right leg injury for @jeffrey_herlings84 and painful right shoulder for @antoniocairolimeans that Red Bull KTM will be without both riders (the last two #mxgpworld champions) this weekend at Teutschenthal for the #MXGPGermany. Both riders will get more
With the amount of injuries and riders not fully fit in MXGP at the moment, Tim Gajser is looking like the man to beat for the 2019 title.
With a 33 point lead over closest rival Tony Cairoli who picked up a nasty shoulder injury in Latvia, the door is now
Jeffrey Herlings crashed on the warm-up lap for the Latvian GP and his injured right foot was hit and run over by Arminas Jasikonis who couldn't avoid the fallen Dutchman.
Herlings then went out and took the lead from Arnaud Tonus on the last lap to take his first win for
Full day 1 highlights from the MXGP of Latvia, Sunday looks set to be a cracker.
World championship leader Tony Cairoli crashed hard and had to pull out of the MXGP qualifying race in Russia. He was holding fifth place but lost the front coming down a hard-packed hill and hot the ground hard. Clement Desalle was right behind him and laid his bike down to
It's his first big race since the Red Bud Nations last year, but Jeffrey Herlings is now finally in the paddock at the Russian GP and will race this weekend.
Listen to what he has to say to Lisa Leyland, including how he things a fifth to tenth place finish will
The fifth round of the 2019 Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship at Desertmartin, Northern Ireland, has received a timely boost as it has been confirmed that four times World Motocross Champion and Red Bull KTM Factory Rider Jeffrey Herlings will attend the event on the 30th June as a guest of
The 24 year old completed national race events in Holland and Austria last week where he scored top three classifications on his factory Red Bull KTM 450SX-F: it was the first competitive outings for Jeffrey Herlings since he broke his right foot and underwent surgery in January.
Herlings will ride alongside
Jeffrey Herlings made his return to racing in Holland yesterday. He won the first race and led the second until dropping to fourth - a sure sign of his lack of race fitness.
Check out this behind-the-scenes film from the event.