The ideal warm-up for the fast approaching 2018 FIM Motocross World Championship, the event at Lacapelle Marival Mastercross in France saw Briton Max Anstie secure third overall in MX1 class as Jeffrey Herlings swept to victory in all three MX1 motos. And it was great news for Briton Shaun Simpson
A year ago this weekend at the Hawkstone Park International saw former British champ Shaun Simpson go down hard at the start of the first 450 moto and get run over by the rest of the pack! Luckily he wasn't too badly injured..
This amazing sequence was captured by MotoHead snapper
It's the start to the season in the UK and one of the biggest races of the year - the Hawkstone Park international which takes place on Sunday on the legendary Shropshire track. And this year, the excitement will be higher than normal as the man on form, Briton Max
Max Anstie has already proved he can beat the best in the world with a stunning double win at the MX of Nations at the end of 2017. And last week he took two second places behind world champ Tony Cairoli in Sicily - on the track Cairoli has been
Jeffrey Herlings crashed hard in the first corner of the Italian championship opener and did not ride again. He landed hard on his shoulder and got run over but walked back to the pits at Riola Sardo in Sardinia. He didn't ride again but it was because he wasn't in
Husqvarna has revealed its new look for 2018 of the Rockstar Energy Factory Racing 2018 MXGP team, featuring the duo of official team riders Gautier Paulin and Max Anstie. Click the arrows on the photo above to scroll through the gallery!
Following a stellar season in which the Frenchman secured third in the
All three classes are now full for the Hawkstone International on February 11, with triple world MX2 champ Jeffrey Herlings heading the open class field from Max Anstie, Tommy Searle, Gautier Paulin, Jordi Tixier, Kevin Strijbos, Glenn Coldenhoff, Valentin Guillod, Evgeny Bobryshev and Brits Graeme Irwin, Kristian Whatley, Brad Anderson
Former British champ Tommy Searle is to face Jeffrey Herlings and Max Anstie after signing up for the Hawkstone International on February 11. The Kawasaki MXGP ace, who missed most of the 2017 through injuries, is super quick on the Shropshire sand where he will make his 2018 race debut.
Max Anstie will face MXGP title rival Jeffrey Herlings in the will be racing at the Hawkstone International on 11th February.
Max said: ''I love coming to Hawkstone to race in front of my British fans. There are not many times in the year I can race in my home country.
Tired of the glorious Motocross of Nations 2017 yet? Thought not! Check out some of these cool videos from Max Anstie and team GB's great day on the mud of Matterley!