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
Tommy Searle (MXGP), Ben Watson (MX2) and Max Anstie (MX Open) have been confirmed as the British team for the Motocross of Nations at Red Bud in October.
Tommy Searle will be lining up to compete in the MXGP class on the Bike It DRT Kawasaki machine. In the past Tommy
Briton Max Anstie ended up on the podium in the red hot Belgian GP at Lommel, but it was business as usual at the front in the MXGP class as Jeffrey Herlings took a double win despite binning it on the final lap with a 30 second lead! World champ
Two of the top MXGP riders are without rides for 2019 as both have revealed they are to split with their current teams. For Anstie, who dominated the Motocross of Nations last year, it's been a tough season as he's had to battle through injuries but he has had podium
Max Anstie took his first podium finish of the year at Ottobiano in Italy and said: “It’s awesome to be back up here on the podium. It has been such a difficult start to the season with things seemingly going from bad to worse. I felt so strong at the beginning
It was a great weekend for the Brits at the 11th round of the 2018 FIM Motocross World Championship at the Ottobiano circuit in Italy as Max Anstie took third place overall in the MXGP class and Ben Watson was fifth in MX2. Anstie took third in the opener, after making
Max Anstie rode a strong MXGP qualifying race for fifth place in the heat of Ottobiano in Italy as Tony Cairoli fell, allowing a Yamaha one-two at the top of the podium.
With series leader Jeffrey Herlings recovering from a shoulder injury, everyone expected Cairoli to dominate. But a poor start