Team HRC’s Mitch Evans had to retire from the first race at the MXGP of Spain due to a left wrist injury, which he sustained whilst running in fourth position. The Australian misjudged a landing and came down in an awkward position causing him to immediately pull off the race track.
Defending MXGP champion Tim Gajser will once again be leading the way for Team HRC as they look to repeat their efforts and win the 2020 FIM world motocross title. This year he’ll be under the awning with a new team mate as his #243 bike will be lining up
Australian youngster Mitch Evans has signed to join world champ Tim Gajser in the MXGP class in 2020. Evans recently raced the CRF45)RW factory bike for the team in Japan, meaning there is no room at the squad for Calvin Vlaanderen who is moving up to 450s after his last
Mitchell Evans raced his Honda CRF450RW factory bike to victory in the final round of the Japanese 450 championship at the weekend while Kei Yamamoto took his CRF to the championship win in front of another Honda rider, Akira Narita. Evans is tipped to join Tim Gajser on the HRC
Evans tops the podium in Japan
Mitchell Evans is being tipped as the man to team up with world champ Tim Gajser in the HRC Honda team in the MXGP world championship next season after he raced for the team in the last round of the Japanese championship.
Evans is being tipped
The Honda 114 Motorsports outfit were back in action over the weekend, as the fifth stop on the 2019 FIM Motocross World Championship calendar was run within the tight confines of Mantova. Mitchell Evans and Zach Pichon both made progress in the long break, so were raring to go at
The Honda 114 Motorsports squad made the lengthy trip to the Grand Prix of Patagonia-Argentina, held at the fabulous Neuquen circuit, for the opening round of the 2019 FIM Motocross World Championship. The newest recruits on the team, Mitchell Evans and Zachary Pichon, were fighting fit and raring to go,