Simpson injured in Lommel crash

Shaun Simpson has broken two bones in his back and a finger after a crash in his first comeback ride from injury yesterday. The former British champ was making his riding comeback after head and neck problems from a spill at the the third Grand Prix of the season in

Simpson and Sterry out of Faenza GP

British KTM MXGP riders Shaun Simpson and Adam Sterry are both non-starters for the weekend's opening Faenza MXGP round in Italy. Hitachi KTM new boy Sterry, who went down hard then was run over at the recent MX nationals at Landrake, is believed to have had a crash in testing this

Simpson sits out next two GPs

It should have been a great weekend. Shaun was back on Grand Prix duty for the first time in five months for the first of three rapid-fire outings at the Kegums circuit in Latvia. Despite the eroding effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, MXGP had somehow managed to resurrect but with

Herlings to face Simpson in France

Last year's race was a stunner Jeffrey Herlings will once again face Shaun Simpson this weekend in France, just seven days after they tied on points in the Hawkstone International. The Lacapelle Marival international will celebrates its 10th running this weekend on February 15th and 16th with many top riders and teams in both the

Simpson ready for Hawkstone debut

Shaun Simpson is to debut his own 2020 race team - SS24 KTM - at the Hawkstone Park International on Sunday. The three times British Champion and MXGP ace has already sourced bikes, staff and sponsors for his SS24 team, alongside dedicating himself to hours of saddle time on practice tracks

Sign up for the Simpson army

Britain’s leading rider in the FIM Motocross World Championship, Shaun Simpson, is giving his MXGP followers and fans a unique chance to be part of his new SS24 KTM MXGP team and 2020 racing season with a refined programme around his ‘Simpson Army’ fan club. The 31 year old has constructed

Simpson talks about GB’s Nations podium

Shaun Simpson has opened up about his emotional ride to his first MX of Nations podium alongside Adam Sterry and Nathan Watson at Sunday's washout at Assen. After splitting with his RFX team, the Scot worked on the engine of a stock KTM 450 SXF together with father Willie and

Searle vs Simpson: The MX1 title decider

The Maxxis British MX1 championship went down to the final round as Tommy Searle battled through the pain barrier to keep his title bid on course and arch rival Shaun Simpson at bay. With great rides from Elliott Banks-Browne, Harri Kullas and Brad Anderson at the season finale at Landrake, watch

Searle and Walsh claim British titles

Tommy's the MX1 champ Tommy Searle fought through the pain barrier to take the British MX1 title while British-born Kiwi Dylan Walsh romped to a double win to claim the MX2 crown at Landrake in Cornwall on Sunday. Walsh takes the MX2 crown For Searle, it has been damage limitation for half the rounds as he

Simpson to set up his own MXGP team

Shaun Simpson is hoping to be one of the few British riders in the 2020 FIM Motocross World Championship and is actively planning to establish his own Grand Prix and British Championship race team fielding KTM and WP Suspension equipment. The 31 year old will leave the confines of RFX