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

MXGP Trentino Qualifying Results and Videos

Tomorrows main races could be closer than we all thought. Tim Gajser takes the MXGP qualifying race win from homeboy Tony Cairoli and Arnaud Tonus. In MX2 Jorge Prado took the checkers, 10 seconds ahead of Jago Geerts and Tom Vialle. Roll on tomorrow.

Cairoli throws away qualifying win

Nine times world champ Tony Cairoli threw away a certain win in the MXGP qualifying race by crashing twice on the charge to the flag. The Italian stole the holeshot and just cleared off to what looked like being a dominant win from Tim Gajser in second. Cairoli drops it. Pic:

Febvre hurt as Cairoli takes Argentina MXGP double

Nine-times world champ Tony Cairoli didn’t let a DNF in the qualifying race bother him as he romped to a double win in the opening MXG race of the year in Argentina as disaster stuck title hopeful Romain Febvre who crashed out and hurt his leg. With world No1 Jefrey Herlings not riding due

Cairoli dominates Italian International

Nine-times world champ Tony Cairoli dominated the opening round of the Italian International championship, as he was undefeated in the MX1 race and the combined MX1 and MX2 Superfinal. He beat a field of classy riders including former world champs Tim Gajser and Romain Febvre, and current world MX2 champ

Team HRC reveal 2019 GP bikes

Team HRC will once again feature three riders as they begin their assault on reclaiming the 2019 MXGP and MX2 motocross world championship titles. Tim Gajser (MXGP), Brian Bogers (MXGP) and Calvin Vlaanderen (MX2) have another year under their belts with the factory Honda team and will head to the