The International season starts this weekend with the traditional Riola Sardo opener for the three-round Italian championship. Due to covid there are no spectators but you can watch it live for £4.99 by clicking HERE.
Lots of the GP elite are entered, such as the some of the
Nine-times world champ Tony Cairoli dominated the opening round of the Italian International championship, as he was undefeated in the MX1 race and the combined MX1 and MX2 Superfinal. He beat a field of classy riders including former world champs Tim Gajser and Romain Febvre, and current world MX2 champ
The world championship motocross season kicks off today at Riola Sardo in Italy, the tough beach track where many of the top riders train - including nine-times world champ Tony Cairoli.
Can he beat off the challengers? He'll face Arminas Jasikonis on the factory 450 Husky, Gautier Paulin and Benoit Paturel
Former KTM, Honda and Husky factory rider Max Nagl started his career as a TM works rider at the Riola Sardo Italian International on Sunday with a first-corner crash that saw him injure his elbow.
He was checked out by a hospital near his home in Belgium today but there was
KTM's Jeffrey Herlings had a nightmare start to his 2018 season as it lasted just one corner! He collided with several riders entering the first corner of the MX1 sprint in the opening Italian championship race at Riola Sardo and crashed heavily; being run over by a following rider. The
Jeffrey Herlings crashed hard in the first corner of the Italian championship opener and did not ride again. He landed hard on his shoulder and got run over but walked back to the pits at Riola Sardo in Sardinia. He didn't ride again but it was because he wasn't in
Check out the action from the opening International motocross of the season, the Italian season opener at Riola Sardo.
Tony Cairoli set the fastest time in qualifying from Romain Febvre, Jeremy Van Horebeek, Max Anstie and Shaun Simpson but Jeffrey Herlings is in 12th on the deep sand track.
Every MX1 and MX2 world champion of the past six years is in action this weekend as the international racing season kicks off in Italy on Sunday. MXGP heroes Jeffrey Herlings, Tony Cairoli, Max Anstie, Tim Gajser, Romain Febvre, Shaun Simpson, Arnaud Tonus, Max Nagl, Gautier Paulin and Jordi Tixier
Eight times world champion Tony Cairoli totally dominated both the MX1 and Elite Superfinal races in the opening Italian championship round at Riola Sardo in Sardinia. Riding on the deep sand track he uses for pre-season training, the Italian sent out a message that he’s back on top form as