As the countdown to the very first FIM World Supercross Championship Grand Prix, taking place at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff begins, Honda Genuine Honda Racing rider, Max Anstie, flew in from the U.S last week to visit the stadium ahead of the first Supercross race on 8th October.
Honda Genuine Honda Racing, led by motocross and supercross veteran Yarrive Konsky and managed by former racing star, Martin Davalos, is proud to announce the signing of Max Anstie and Wilson Todd as their riders competing in SX2 (250cc) for the FIM-sanctioned World Supercross Championship’s pilot season. The championship will
Briton Max Anstie and his team-mate Shake McElrath are planning to make their comeback from injury at tonight's St.Louis Supercross but the future of the team is looking uncertain as the main sponsor Rocky Mountain ATV/MC are out.
It's believed the team will now resort back to its original name,
After two years in the USA with HEP Suzuki, Briton Max Anstie has signed for the Rocky Mountain KTM team for 2022. Check out the full video announcement right here! He joins Joey Savagty and Shane McElrath in the super-strong team.
American-based Brits Max Anstie and Dean Wilson have both revealed they are ill and will miss the rest of the US season. Anstie has caight Covis while Wilson has Bpstein-Barr virus.
Anstie said: "Ok… spanner to the plan or wrench in the works - I'm positive for COVID. I felt good
Suzuki riders delivered solid performances at the Tri-Oval at Daytona International Speedway in Florida at the Monster Energy AMA/ FIM World Supercross ninth round on Saturday that marked the 700th event in the series history.
Anstie at Daytona
Twisted Tea/ H.E.P. Motorsports/ Suzuki’s Max Anstie improved on his debut premier class result
Briton Max Anstie will make his 450 Supercross debut tonight in Orlando. The HEP Suzuki rider crashed two days before the opener in Houston, breaking a bone in his back. But he's now back on the bike and ready to debut tonight.
"I got to spin some laps in Florida before my
Max Anstie has released a video of the crash that kept him out of the start of the Supercross season and talks about how he's doing.
Briton Max Anstie will sit out the opening Supercross round in Houston on Saturday following a crash this week, his team has now confirmed.
Anstie put up a photo on social media of himself yesterday but it was quickly taken down and there was no news from the team - until
Max Anstie is reported to have crashed while testing at the State Fair MX track, just three days away from opening AMA supercross round at Houston.
He put a picture of himself in a neck brace in hospital on Instagram, but it's now been removed. A photographer at the track