Herlings: I was paralysed from the neck down

Jeffrey Herlings has finally spoken out about his crash in Faenza and admitted he won't be racing at Mantova in the next GP. The red plate holder at the time, he went down hard in practice at the Italian circuit and was airlifted to hospital. He said: "It’s been pretty

Herlings to miss next four MXGP rounds

Jeffrey Herlings' chance of claiming the 2020 world championship have largely evaporated as it's been confirmed his injury from yesterday's Faenza GP will mean he will miss the next four rounds. He fell in free practice yesterday and was airlifted to hospital where scans showed he was lucky to escape

Crash robs Herlings of Dutch win

Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Jeffrery Herlings and Rene Hofer joined a host of Grand Prix stars in Axel, Holland last weekend to profit from the last domestic race in the country before the third round of 2020 MXGP in Latvia. Herlings grabbed a moto victory and Hofer recorded two

Can anyone stop Herlings at Valkenswaard?

The next stop on the FIM Motocross World Championship schedule is the MXGP of the Netherlands, held at the historic Valkenswaard circuit. The Dutch circuit is considered a crown jewel in MXGP’s history dating back to 1974 when the sandy track first made its motocross world championship debut. Back in 1974, it was Sylvian Geboers who

Herlings stays KTM in MXGP until end of 2023

Four-times FIM Motocross World Champion Jeffrey Herlings has signed a new contract with his Red Bull KTM Factory Racing team and will remain ‘in orange’ for a further three years until the end of the 2023 MXGP season. The twenty-five-year-old Dutchman inked his deal on the eve of the British Grand

Herlings to face Simpson in France

Last year's race was a stunner Jeffrey Herlings will once again face Shaun Simpson this weekend in France, just seven days after they tied on points in the Hawkstone International. The Lacapelle Marival international will celebrates its 10th running this weekend on February 15th and 16th with many top riders and teams in both the

Factory KTM teams show their 2020 colours

The factory-backed Red Bull KTM teams have unveiled the 250 and 450 MXGP bikes, with 450 man Jeffrey Herlings, and 250 teamsters Rene Hofer and Tom Vialle sporting Alpinetstars kit. And the De Carli team of 450 men Tony Cairoli and Jorge Prado now in Thor. Prado is still

Herlings tops strong Hawkstone entry

Jeffrey Herlings along with his factory KTM team-mate Tom Vialle is confirmed for the Ashbrook - Hazport - Tysers Hawkstone International on February 9. Adding to that will be Rene Hofer, new GasGas signing Glenn Coldenhoff, Ivo Monticelli, Jordi Tixier, Kevin Strijbos, Davy Pootjes, Thomas Covington, Calvin Vlaanderen, and Brits Shaun