No British title bid as Sterry’s GP deal confirmed

Adam Sterry will race for F&H Kawasaki in the world and Dutch motocross championships next year, following the news his Monster Energy Kawasaki GP team was pulling the plug for 2018. The official announcement says: The F&H Kawasaki Racing team are pleased to announce the signing of Adam Sterry for the

Kawasaki GP lifeline for Sterry

Former British champion Adam Sterry looks set to stay with Kawasaki in the MX2 world championship despite his official Monster Energy-backed team folding. The 21-year-old is set to sign for the Dutch-based F&H Kawasaki team for the 2018 GP season. Chances are it means Sterry, who missed most of the 2017

Five minutes with Thomas Kjer Olsen

To say that Thomas-Kjer Olsen had a good GP rookie season is quite the understatement. The 2016 EMX250 champion rode his Husqvarna to third overall in the MX2 World Championship, won his first Grand Prix and captured the Dutch Masters of Motocross MX2. We caught up with the 20-year old Dane right

How Jonass became world champ

Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Pauls Jonass has raced motocross for most of his life. Born in Kalvene, Latvia January 13th 1997, Jonass started riding back at a young age in his home country of Latvia and soon after began racing in the surrounding countries. It didn’t take Jonass long to see success

No deal for Lawrence as MX2 teams shrink

Suzuki's Hunter Lawrence wins a world championship moto in France at the weekend and still doesn't have a deal for 2018. It's a worrying time for the world stage as the Mx2 teams are getting smaller with Suzuki pulling their full-strength factory team and Monster Energy pulling budget from the

Covington and Kjer-Olsen stay Husky

Husqvarna Motorcycles are proud to announce the extension of their agreements with MX2 class riders Thomas Kjer-Olsen and Thomas Covington. These new agreements see Kjer-Olsen remaining with the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing team until at least 2020 (an additional 3 years) while Covington will remain with the squad until

Seewer takes Italy MX2 glory

Suzuki's Jeremy Seewer edged two points closer to the world championship lead with an overall win in the MX2 class in the scorching Italian GP at Ottobiano. The Swiss ace romped to an easy win in the opener, as red plate holder Pauls Jonass struggled with a bad start and

How Cairoli and Covington took pole at Ottobiano

Check out the highlights of the MXGP and MX2 qualifying races from Italy, plus the EMX300, 250 and 125 race one highlights!

Mewse breaks ankle

Fast-improving British MX2 star Conrad Mewse os OUT of the weekend's Germany GP after breaking a bone in his ankle while testing this weel. He says it's only a small bone but will miss Sunday's GP at Teutschenthal and be back a week later in France. That's hardcore! The factory Husqvarna