World MX2 champ Jorge Prado has broken his femur while testing at Malagrotta in Italy and has undergone surgery. That means he's very likely to miss the start of his rookie MXGP season which kicks off at the British GP on February 29-March 1.
Prado had to move up to
2019 was a year of domination for KTM’s Jorge Prado where the young Spaniard demonstrated his talent, dedication and consistency to take his second consecutive FIM MX2 Motocross World Championship title. With 31 moto wins and 16 overalls including 14 1-1 finishes this season, the 18-year-old has been nothing short
"KTM build champions."
100% unbeaten on his way to winning the 2019 FIM MX2 Motocross World Championship, Jorge Prado has shown he is one of the hottest properties in motocross right now. In winning the title, Jorge gave Red Bull KTM their third back-to-back MX2 championship this decade. An incredible
2019 has seen two extremes for Red Bull KTM in the FIM Motocross World Championship.
2019 IS ONE TO REMEMBER
Bad luck with injury in MXGP and amazing results in MX2, with Jorge Prado dominating the class and Tom Vialle going from strength to strength on his KTM 250 SX-F.
I know riders don't get paid a fortune but a part-time job as an ice cream man? 😉
Yet another double race victory for Jorge Prado in Indonesia, the guy is simply unstoppable.
With six rounds left in this years 2019 World championship, Prado has a massive 78 point lead but we all know motocross can be brutal, you can never count your chickens so to speak. Most
Prado with Claudio De Carli
MX2 world champ Jorge Prado has iced any plans to go to the USA and will move up to the MXGP class to face Jeffrey Herlings and Tony Cairoli next year.
The Spaniard has signed an extension to his GP contract with Red Bull KTM until 2023
Seems like the writings on the wall in Germany. Full results and video highlights from Teutschenthal.
Full day 1 highlights from the MXGP of Latvia, Sunday looks set to be a cracker.
Video highlights from the 2019 MXGP of Russia.
Full results can be found here.