Not the best news one day before the British MXGP at Matterley Basin, Jorge Prado is out with a shoulder injury. Jorge who won the season opener in Argentina will sit this weekend out but this does throw the door wide open for our own British riders to take advantage
Red Bull KTM started their 2019 FIM MXGP Motocross World Championship in the best possible way with shutouts in MXGP and MX2 thanks to Tony Cairoli and Jorge Prado while Tom Vialle completed a very satisfactory MX2 debut at the Grand Prix of Patagonia-Argentina with 7th position.
On a weekend where
World champ Jorge Prado shook off his shaky start to the year in yesterday’s opening qualifying race by taking two unchallenged wins in the MX2 GP of Argentina, the first round of the 2019 world championship.
Prado was in unstoppable form
In the first race he quickly got by holeshot man, his
It was a great ride for three top Britons in the MX2 GP qualifying race at Nequen in Patagonia-Argentina as they al finished in the top ten. Ben Watson came through from a disappointing start to finish a strong fourth, three places in front of fellow Briton Adam Sterry. KTM’s
The Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team is READY TO RACE the 2019 FIM Motocross World Championship. With the start of the season imminent, nine-time World Champion and MXGP racer Tony Cairoli, along with 2018 MX2 World Champion Jorge Prado, and latest MX2 signing Tom Vialle share their comments during
Nine-times world champ Tony Cairoli dominated the opening round of the Italian International championship, as he was undefeated in the MX1 race and the combined MX1 and MX2 Superfinal. He beat a field of classy riders including former world champs Tim Gajser and Romain Febvre, and current world MX2 champ
Nine-time world motocross champion Tony Cairoli couldn't ask for a better training partner in young protege Jorge Prado.
In this short video, Tony explains he wants to pass on his knowledge to the younger riders, which in turn is great for future rising stars at KTM.
You can't really ask for a
Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Jeffrey Herlings and Jorge Prado took dominant Qualifying wins at in the final GP of the year at the new Imola circuit, but world champ Prado was followed home by Briton Ben Watson. But it was a tough race for nine times world champ Tony Cairoli who fell
Take a lap of the brand new Imola track - built at the famous road race circuit in Italy - with freshly-crowned world MX2 champ Jorge Prado.
Reigning MX2 World Champion Pauls Jonass has had to withdraw from the Grand Prix of Italy at Imola this weekend, the twentieth and last round of 2018 MXGP, to undergo surgery on his right knee, meaning that teammate Jorge Prado is confirmed as the 2018 MX2 FIM World Champion in just his second term