Febvre pulls out of Valkenswaard

The Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team will line-up only one rider at Valkenswaard this weekend as Romain Febvre is still recovering from a practice incident prior to the MXGP of Great Britain. He tried to ride at Matterley but pulled out after qualifying. Romain, you have to miss another MXGP and must

Monster Kawasaki MXGP go Alpinestars

Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing MXGP Team of Clement Desalle and Romain Febvre are to wear Alpinestars MX gear head to toe - helmets, gear, and boots - for the 2020 season and beyond. French rider Romain Febvre has already been riding in the Alpinestars helmet, and Belgian rider Clément

Febvre drops 461 for 3 as he goes Kawasaki

Romain Febvre, the newest member of the Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team, will open a new chapter of his already highly-successful career this year when he mounts the #3 plate on his KX450-SR. Back on a bike for just four weeks after a three-month pause due to injury, the Frenchman has

Febvre joins factory Kawasaki

The Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team has signed ex world champ Romain Febvre on a multiple year deal for the Motocross World Championship. He will join Clement Desalle in the two-man team, meaning there is no room for Tommy Searle or Julien Lieber who rode for the squad in

Febvre Breaks Femur at Swedish Grand Prix

Following a heavy fall in the final race at the 16th round of the FIM Motocross World Championship in Uddevalla, Sweden, Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP's Romain Febvre has suffered a broken left femur.  After finishing second position in the opening race, Febvre was chasing the Grand Prix victory in Race

Not the end of the season Febvre would have liked

Febvre Sustains Broken Femur at Swedish Grand Prix Following a heavy fall in the final race at the 16thround of the FIM Motocross World Championship in Uddevalla, Sweden, Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP's Romain Febvre has suffered a broken left femur.  After finishing second position in the opening race, Febvre was chasing

Febvre out of Yamaha

Yamaha has formally announced its partnership with Romain Febvre will be drawn to a close at the end of the 2019 MXGP season, leaving the Frenchman looking for a ride. Febvre has taken his YZ450FM to 27 Grand Prix race wins, 50 Grand Prix podiums, and 12 Grand Prix victories, with

Febvre dominates Czech GP

Febvre wins in Czecho Frenchman Romain Febvre dominated theCzech MXGP at Loket, winning the qualifying race and both motos to take his first victory there since 2015. But it was Tim Gajser who extended his championship lead by taking two safe second places, stealing a handful of points from title rival

Paulin and Febvre back on home soil

This weekend the MXGP heads to France for the Saint Jean d'Angely round of the world championship. With two of the worlds finest Frenchman set to whip the home crowd into a frenzy which normally happens at Saint Jean d'Angely, the weekend could throw up a surprise or two.

Romain Febvre set to return to racing this weekend in Portugal

Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP's Romain Febvre suffered a broken ankle at the opening round of the FIM Motocross World Championship in Argentina and subsequently missed four rounds of the championship. The team are pleased to announce that he has now been deemed fit to return to racing at the Portuguese