Two of the three riders picked for the Motocross of Nations are now out of the event through injury as Max Anstie has confirmed he won't be fit enough to ride. He damaged his lung and ribs in a start straight crash at the Lommel GP but fought through the
Max Anstie has announced he won't be staying at the Standing Construct KTM MXGP team next year. The squad will stick with his team-mate Glenn Coldenhoff.
Anstie's statement, which suggest he has been picked for a Team GB ride at the Nations in Assen although the team hasn't yet been formally
Max Anstie took his first ever MXGP race win in the sand of Lommel, catching and passing Tim Gajser twice after the British KTM man fell while leading. But Anstie was lucky to start the race after a huge start crash in moto one.
And in MX2, Ben Watson snatched a
The green and grassy hillsides of Matterley Basin are known around the motorsport world and have hosted MXGP races year after year since 2006. This famous setting for motocross is the exclusive host of only one race per year and will again come to life this weekend with the world’s best fighting
Max Anstie took a double win in the MX1 class at the Hawkstone International on Sunday as a rash of crashes ruined the chances of fellow quick Brits.
Anstie romped to a double MX1 win
Brad Anderson, Tommy Searle, Shaun Simpson, Ben Watson and Conrad Mewse were among the top men whose
Max Anstie's GP career has been saved by the Standing Construct KTM team where he'll join Glenn Coldehoff.
The Brit was without a ride after being dropped by the factory Husqvarna team and was even looking to going to the USA.
Max Anstie is said to have agreed terms for another year in the MXGP series, switching from the IceOne Husqvarna team to Standing Construct KTM. Although the deal hasn't been officially announced, it was confirmed to MotoHead today.
Briton Anstie is to dropped by the IceOne team at the end of
Sit back and enjoy this amazing documentary of his Team GB of Max Anstie, Tommy Searle and Dean Wilson took third in the MX of Nations at Matterley Basin.
The most challenging season in the history of the FIM Motocross World Championship crowned Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Jeffrey Herlings 2018 MXGP Champion and overall winner today in Assen while Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Jorge Prado topped MX2.
Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Jeffrey Herlings has been impeccable this season with 16 wins of the 19 races so
Take a look at the new Turkish GP circuit from Max Anstie's GoPro