Former world women's champ Kiara Fontanesi will race a GasGas in next year's WMX championship. She announced on social media: "I’m super excited to begin a new adventure with GASGAS!
"I can’t wait to be lining up behind the gate again, this time as a first GASGAS MC 250F in
History is made in motocross as there has never been a defending world champion who has retired from the series due to being pregnant! But six-times world champ Kiara Fontanesi is to stop racing this season as she is to have a baby.
She said: "This year I might not win
Yamaha Motor Europe regrets to announce that due to health complications the defending WMX World Champion, FontaMX Yamaha WMX's Kiara Fontanesi, will not be lining up at the opening round of the FIM Women's Motocross World Championship in Valkenswaard, The Netherlands, this weekend.
Fontanesi has been facing health complications for the
Check out all the action from the final GP of the year at Imola in Italy as all the world and Euro champions are confirmed.
After a challenging yet highly rewarding season of WMX racing where she claimed her fifth FIM Women's Motocross World Title and etched her name into the history books as the most successful female motocross rider in the world, MX Fonta Yamaha Official WMX's Kiara Fontanesi has been invited out to
The finale of the Women’s Motocross World Championship was the first race to finish this weekend and MXFONTARACING Syneco’s Kiara Fontanesi from Italy was crowned champion for the 5th time in unpredictable fashion. Weather has played a strong role in the championship this season and this weekend was no exception as riders had to
Four-times world women's champ Kiara Fontanesi will make history this weekend in the sand of Valkenswaard as the first ever female to race the FIM MX2 World Championship on Dutch soil. The Italian star will make her MX2 debut as a temporary replacement for the injured Jorge Zaragoza on the
The WMX Class was the first to take to the hard pack track of Pietramurata, Trentino, today and they did so in epic fashion. The FIM Women’s Motocross World Championship provided great action for all the fans throughout the weekend and eventually it was the Italian, MXFonta Yamaha Racing’s Kiara
Four times FIM Women's Motocross World Champion Kiara Fontanesi will return to Yamaha for the 2017 Grand Prix season and reunite with the YZ250F; the motorcycle she used to rule the WMX class from 2012-2015. Running her own 'Fonta MX Racing' team the 22 year old Italian officially presented her