Gajser takes Latvian GP

The seventh round of the 2021 FIM Motocross World Championship has concluded in Kegums, with MXGP and MX2 Championship leaders Tim Gajser of Team HRC and Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing’s Maxime Renaux taking overall victories to extend their lead in the series standings. In the first MXGP race it was Jeffrey Herlings of Red Bull KTM Factory Racing who grabbed the Fox Holeshot ahead of

Win Gajser’s race-winning British GP kit!

You can win a full set of Tim Gasjer’s race-winning HRC FOX Racing kit worn and signed at the recent Matterley Basin MXGP! Tim was kind enough to personally sign each piece of kit being offered in this raffle (gloves, trousers, jersey) and we can't thank him enough for his

Gajser’s stunning last-to-first ride

Watch in awe as Tim Gajser goes from dead last exiting the first turn at the Russian GP on Sunday, then passes every single GP rider to take the lead. See him dispose of Tony Cairoli, Jeffrey Herlings, Jorge Prado and everyone else in one of the greatest rides

Gajser shows total dominance in Russia

Tim Gajser proved he's so much faster than the rest of the MXGP elite by coming from a first turn off after he clashed with Jorge Prado, right through the pack to clinch the second moto win in Russia for a perfect 1-1 day. He'd run away with the opener

Gajser on top in Maggiora mudder

Team HRC’s Tim Gajser took two convincing moto victories as he swept to a one-one overall at the first round of the Italian Championship, hosted by Maggiora Park, the famous circuit which has returned to race-usage only recently. Gajser took the win And two retired former world champions also raced. David Philippaerts,

Check out Tigaland!

World champ Tim Gajser has a new track - and he looks awesome on it! Check out the new Tigaland!

Gajser talks racing and his love of two-strokes

At age just 24, Slovenian Tim Gajser has already won four world championships for Honda - three in the MXGP class. Undefeated in the MXGP championships since 2019, he's going for his hat-trick in 2021. But he's a huge supercross fan! We talk to him about the new AMA Supercross

Gajser talks 2021 and supercross!

Last season Team HRC’s Tim Gajser started off the 2020 season by going eight-one at the MXGP of Great Britain on 29th February / 1st March. This year, due to the late finish of 2020 campaign, the first race in Oman will drop the gate over a month later on 3rd April, so

Gajser and Evans stay at HRC Honda

Honda Racing Corporation (HRC) announced that it has renewed its contracts with Tim Gajser (24 years old, Slovenia) and Mitchell Evans (21 years old, Australia), for multiple years. Both riders are currently competing for Team HRC in the FIM Motocross World Championship Premier MXGP Class.  After becoming the FIM Motocross World Championship MX2 world

Glory for Gajser and Geerts in Mantova

The MXGP of Europe has concluded the 11th round of the FIM Motocross World Championship, and with it the second of the three Italian triple-headers this season. Over the last 10 days, the three rounds here in Mantova, have showcased some intense and very exciting races, that saw three different riders take to the top