2019 has seen two extremes for Red Bull KTM in the FIM Motocross World Championship. 2019 IS ONE TO REMEMBER Bad luck with injury in MXGP and amazing results in MX2, with Jorge Prado dominating the class and Tom Vialle going from strength to strength on his KTM 250 SX-F.
The last weekend in Portugal was pivotal in the MX2 World Championship as Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Jorge Prado claimed his 5th overall win of the season via 1-1 scores. The dominance of Prado also stole away the championship leader’s red plate from Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Thomas Kjer Olsen. Both Olsen and
Martens with his latest protege Olsen. He's also coached riders like Jordi Tixier and Jeffrey Herlings! HUSQVARNA MOTORSPORTS ANNOUNCE PLANS FOR 2020 MX2 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP CAMPAIGNNEW TEAM TO RUN AND MANAGE THE ROCKSTAR ENERGY HUSQVARNA FACTORY RACING MX2 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP PROGRAMME STARTING FROM 2020Husqvarna Motorsports are pleased to announce that the
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
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
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