Former British champion Shaun Simpson finally got to spin some laps on his new bike for 2019 - the RFX KTM. Swopping from his Wilvo Yamaha to the Austrian brand for the first time, he tested the WP Cone Valve forks and Trax rear shock at Preston Docks in Lancashire.
Former British Champion and MXGP rider Shaun Simpson will be riding an RFX KTM for the 2019 season in the full MXGP World Championship alongside the British Championship.
Joining Shaun will be the young talented rider Joel Rizzi who will ride the 125 SX in the European Championship and the Michelin
Following his spectacular crash during the Qualifying Race at the Russian Grand Prix, Shaun Simpson has been diagnosed with three fractured ribs and a chipped Ilium and will miss the weekend's MXGP at Latvia. The gritty Scot is in pain and is experiencing a lot of muscle cramping. He aims
The weather forecast for the MXGP of Portugal is looking less than desirable with the already saturated circuit expected to receive even more rain over the next few days. Wilvo Yamaha Official MXGP's Shaun Simpson is a name that is synonymous with wet and wild mud races having claimed Yamaha's
There was never going to be any doubt that triple world MX2 champion Jeffrey Herlings would take the overall victory at the Dutch Masters on Easter Monday at Oldebroek. The local ace won both motos by almost half a minute from former world MXGP champ Romain Febvre who was second
The inventors of the Leatt Brace now do so much more than just the neck brace, with clothing, helmets and lots more. The South African firm has announced its official 2018 Athletes which include Marvin Musquin and Brits Adam Sterry, Shaun Simpson, Jonny Walker and Brad Freeman. The full list
Fast Britons Ben Watson and Shaun Simpson are aiming to take to the podium as the world championship hits Holland this weekend. Watson may have missed out on the podium at the opening Argentina MX2 GP but is keen to go one better as the series reaches the sand of
Jeffrey Herlings passed his arch rival and KTM team-mate Tony Cairoli on the very last lap of the second moto to take the overall win in the first world championship round of 2018 in Argentina. Cairoli beat Herlings to the flag by just a second in the opening moto, after
Check out the action from the big French International yesterday where the stars were Jeffrey Herlings, Max Anstie, Shaun Simpson, Clement Desalle and Pauls Jonass as well as Hunter Larence and Adam Sterry.
A year ago this weekend at the Hawkstone Park International saw former British champ Shaun Simpson go down hard at the start of the first 450 moto and get run over by the rest of the pack! Luckily he wasn't too badly injured..
This amazing sequence was captured by MotoHead snapper