Herlings frustration at lack of form

Reigning MX2 World Champion Jeffrey Herlings is still searching for an improved blend of fitness and confidence after starting the season with a broken hand. The Dutch star survived the bumpy terrain to place 12th overall with a 14-9 as the 2017 FIM Motocross World Championship hit Leon in Mexico. Herlings

Gajser dominates MXGP again

World champion Tim Gajser put on a show of total dominance in both motos in the heat of Leon, Mexico. He romped to two easy MXGP wins and was never headed for more than a few corners in each race. Second time out he got cross-rutted on the opening lap but

Covington takes Mexican MX2 win

American Thomas Covington finally broke into the top ten in the MX2 world championship this year – with a stunning moto and overall win in the heat of Mexico! The Husky ace, who had won yesterday’s qualifying heat, took a fine fourth place in the opener but backed it up with

What happened in Mexico GP qualifying

The Qualifying Races of the MXGP of Leon-Mexico graced the Mexican soil yesterday. At the end of the qualifying races Team HRC’s Tim Gajser and Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Thomas Covington found the required speed to take the pole position for Sunday. Team HRC’s Tim Gajser made his way past the KTM of Glenn Coldenhoff before

Is this the turning point for Herlings?

By Dave Willet. All racers have the fighting spirit – it’s in their DNA. The will to win and overcome all the odds is what separates one rider from the next. For example, let's look at Jeffrey Herlings’ battle at the moment. He's in a hard place and he's clearly analysing everything

It always goes off with a bang in Mexico!

The last fly-away of the early MXGP season goes to Leon in Mexico and the round always offers exciting racing – for lots of reasons! It could be because it's the last fly away of the MXGPs before heading back to Europe or even the man-made track combined with the high

Pootjes out of Mexico GP

Less than a week after he announced he'd would be racing in the Mexico GP, Dutch KTM ace Davy Pootjes has been forced to miss out the race due to his recently-injured shoulder. "It's painful. I need to rest two weeks more with my shoulder. Feels like the man above us

MXGP heads to Mexico!

The 4th round of the FIM Motocross World Championship is about to take to the dirt at the MXGP of Leon-Mexico this weekend. This will be the only time this year that the riders of the MXGP and MX2 world championships are in Central America under the Mexican heat. Hosting