Dutchman Jeffrey Herlings pulled off two perfect races to extend his MXGP championship lead at Loket in the Czech Republic. In both motos, his arch rival and current world champ Tony Cairoli led from the start to take his 15th then 16th holeshot awards. But both times Herlings swept past
Just over two weeks since he had an operation on a broken collarbone, Jeffrey Herlings took the overall win in the Indonesian MXGP despite crashing out of the lead in moto two with just two laps remaining as his rival Tony Cairoli fell and hurt his thumb.
The Dutchman said he
Jeffrey Herlings is back racing after his operation for a broken collarbone and looking to grab some vital points in his duel with Tony Cairoli and the rest of the premier class elite. That's the official news from KTM about the championship leader who broke his collarbone and hurt ribs
It was a great weekend for the Brits at the 11th round of the 2018 FIM Motocross World Championship at the Ottobiano circuit in Italy as Max Anstie took third place overall in the MXGP class and Ben Watson was fifth in MX2. Anstie took third in the opener, after making
Jeffrey Herlings took an easy start-to-finish win in the MXGP qualification race today at St Jean d'Angely in France, his sixth in the past seven GPs.
The Dutchman stole the holeshot from Frenchmen Gautier Paulin and Romain Febvre, with Tony Cairoli just behind. Cairoli clashed with Clement Desalle who down hard,
Check out all the action from the MXGP and MX2 qualifying races at the Redsand track in Spain.
Former world champ Tim Gajser proved last week's troubled showing at the Dutch GP are behind him as he took the win from Romain Febvre and Gautier Paulin in the MXGP qualifying race at RedSands. World champ Tony Cairoli was fourth, pulling through from a ninth-place start, right alongside red
Former MXGP world champion Tim Gajser has confirmed he'll make his 2018 GP debut at Valkenswaard this weekend. He missed the opening round after a crash in a pre-season race at Mantova where he broke his jaw.
"Thanks to everyone who stood by my side in last couple of weeks. I
Arnaud Tonus will miss the start of the 2018 World Championship next weekend due to a shoulder injury. The Swiss ace dislocated his left shoulder in a crash during the Timed Practice session at the Masters of Motocross International, which took place in LaCapelle-Marival, France on the weekend of February 18.
The HRC Honda team will start the season with no MXGP riders following the news that former world champ Tim Gajser is set to miss the opening round in Argentina in 11 days following his crash at Mantova in Italy last week. Although his bikes have been shipped to the