Gajser closing in on the MXGP crown

Remember the year 2019, a year that promised so much at the start and then cruelly and gradually destroyed due to injuries to the worlds fastest riders. One rider who has kept his nose clean and consistently stayed out front is Tim Gajser, unless a disaster happens, the Honda rider

Honda’s Gajser is the man to beat

With the amount of injuries and riders not fully fit in MXGP at the moment, Tim Gajser is looking like the man to beat for the 2019 title. With a 33 point lead over closest rival Tony Cairoli who picked up a nasty shoulder injury in Latvia, the door is now

Russia in for a treat as MXGP heads to the Black Sea

MXGP is in route to the Patron MXGP of Russia and the 8th round of the 2019 FIM Motocross World Championship this weekend. The venue is prepped, and racing is set to take place this Saturday and Sunday on the coast of the Black Sea in Orlyonok, Russia. Returning for its third year as a host,

The MXGP of France, will it be same again for Cairoli and Gajser?

The 2019 MXGP action continues to bring surprises, only one week after a difficult 6th overall in Lombardia, Italy, Team HRC’s Tim Gajser rode to a perfect 1-1 finish in Portugal just days ago. Gajser’s French resume puts him with 2 podium finishes, a 3rd in 2018 and a 2nd in 2016. Meanwhile Red Bull KTM Factory