World champion Tim Gajser dominated the day in the Italian International series opener at the deep sand Riola Sardo circuit in Sardinia, giving his brand new 2021 prototype CRF450R a dream debut.
In the superfinal for combined MX1 and MX2 riders, Gajser and his HRC team-mate Mitch Evans went side-by-side into
Defending MXGP champion Tim Gajser will once again be leading the way for Team HRC as they look to repeat their efforts and win the 2020 FIM world motocross title. This year he’ll be under the awning with a new team mate as his #243 bike will be lining up
Tim Gajser is training in Sardinia at Siniscola track on his new factory Honda Factory CRF450R that he'll race in GPs. And MXBars, who made the video, say it's a new bike that could be the pre-production version of the 2021 production bike. Watch their video and see what you
“I started to carry the number 243 back in 2009. It means a lot to my family and also to me because it’s the birthday of my brother who passed away in motocross.”
At just 23 years of age, the affable Slovenian Tim Gajser is a three-time World Champion
Australian youngster Mitch Evans has signed to join world champ Tim Gajser in the MXGP class in 2020. Evans recently raced the CRF45)RW factory bike for the team in Japan, meaning there is no room at the squad for Calvin Vlaanderen who is moving up to 450s after his last
World champ Tim Gajser takes on AMA 450 champ Eli Tomac at the Monster Energy Cup in Las Vegas this weekend. Also in the mix are former world MX2 champ Jordi Tixier as well as AMA regulars Adam Cianciarulo, Dean Wilson, Justin Barcia and Aaaron Plessinger. The entries are:
In one of the most heart-breaking events, Tim Gajser's father Bogomir talks about the death of his first son at the track. It's an emotional story of how a family bounced back to take on nine-times world champ Tony Cairoli in the 2019 MXGP world championship.
From those who always believed, congratulations to our 2019 MXGP World Champion. You’ve done it again Tim!
Great news for European fans heading to the 2019 Monster Energy Cup in Las Vegas. MXGP World champion Tim Gajser will race there on October 19th.
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"I am really looking forward to racing the Monster Energy Cup in Las Vegas in October. It is a great event and I am
Factory Honda rider, Tim Gajser is the 2019 MXGP World Champion.
Tim was crowned today in Imola, Italy.