Febvre has surgery on broken leg

Romain Febvre underwent succesful surgery today on the right leg he broke at the Paris Supercross yesterday. The factory Kawasaki rider will rest for a few weeks before starting preparation for the 2022 season. Feeling comfortable on the track laid out in the Paris la Defense Arena Romain posted the third

It’s down to the wire at Mantova!

Intensity builds for the final races of the 2021 FIM Motocross World Championship as just three points separate the two MXGP title hopefuls as we enter the MXGP of Città di Mantova. Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team’s Romain Febvre continues to hold the red plate after two strong races yesterday that saw him finish second on

Febvre to stay at factory Kawasaki

Romain Febvre has signed a direct contract with KHI, the Kawasaki factory to compete in MXGP for 2022 and 2023. The deal is a tangible indication of the confidence Kawasaki has in the World Championship potential of the 29 year old from Epinal, the capital of the Vosges department of

Febvre dominates Italian finale

Romain Fevbre dominated the final Italian International championship at Mantova, winning the MX1 race and the combined MX1 and MX2 superfinal and taking the championship. KTM's Jorge Prado had a poor start in the first race and came back to sixth, but crashed in the Superfinal and retired with a leg

Bike issue costs Prado Riola honours

Jorge Prado looked set to dominate the opening Italian International at Riola Sardo in Sardina until his bike failed while he was in the lead with a handful of laps to go. The Spaniard won the MX1 opener and was leading the combined MX1 and MX2 superfinal until the mechanical

Febvre gives Kawasaki MXGP win

Romain Febvre and Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team celebrated an epic victory, as the Frenchman took his first race win in over a year and a first overall victory of the season so far at Mantova.  Meanwhile in MX2, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Thomas Kjer Olsen put on an incredible performance to go after

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