Watson joined by Paturel in Honda MXGP team

Benoit Paturel will join Nathan Watson in the Honda France SR Motoblouz team next season in the MXGP World Championship. A few weeks after introducing his line up for the Beach Races will be Nathan Watson, Lars Van Berkel and Richard Fura, with Matheo Miot as support rider), team boss Josse

Watson vs Watson in MXGP 2021

Brothers Nathan and Ben Watson will square up in the MXGP world championship next year. Younger brother Ben will be on a factory 450 Yamaha, as revealed recently. And today, Nathan's SR France Honda team revealed he will race MXGPs in 2021, despite initially being signed up to contest the French

Watson signs Honda for sand race series

Nathan Watson will race the French sand race championship for the Honda France SR Motoblouz team next season, ending his factory KTM deal to race the WESS world enduro series. The SR Honda team fields Jeremy Van Horebeek and Valentin Guillod in the MXGP series. Van Horebeek has raced some beach races

British one-two in French sand

Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Nathan Watson has secured his third victory of the season in the CFS: Championnat de France des Sables, extending his series lead following a commanding win at round six in Grayan-et-L’Hopital. Teammate Camille Chapeliere delivered another strong showing in the deep French sand to claim

Brits on top in French beach race

Brits Todd Kellett and Nathan Watson ruled Sunday's French beach race series. Yamaha man Kellett took the race win and moved up to second in the series. And Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Nathan Watson continues to lead the CFS: Championnat de France des Sables beach race series following a

Watson wins in wet France

British MX of Nations star Nathan Watson took his factory KTM to victory in the French beach race series, while his brother Ben took sixth in a one-off outing for fun. And there was more success for the Brits as Todd Kellett took second place, and holds second in the

Watson wins to lead French championship

After last week’s opener in Berck, the Championnat de France des Sables moved north to Loon-Place, near Dunkirk, for round two. Returning to a traditional beach race format, the fight for victory was played out over a gruelling two-and-a-half-hour race. Placing as runner-up at round one following a couple of mistakes, Nathan