Nine-times world champ Tony Cairoli broke his nose and lost the red plate while MXGP ‘rookie’ Jorge Prado captured his fourth podium result of 2020 and his third in a row with 3rd place overall at the Grand Prix of Lombardia. Then the Spaniard was denied a second victory with
The second of three Grands Prix in 2020 MXGP to take place at the Kegums circuit in one week saw Red Bull KTM Factory Racing occupy two spots on the premier class podium: Tony Cairoli registered his 90th career win and the first since the Grand Prix of Lombardia in
Red Bull KTM Factory Racing resumed their 2020 FIM Motocross World Championship campaign with victory in the long-awaited third round of the series, disputed under the fierce Latvian sun and across the sandy Kegums circuit, 50km from the city of Riga. Tom Vialle took his KTM 250 SX-F to the
Nine-times FIM Motocross World Champion Tony Cairoli will push for yet another title in Red Bull KTM Factory Racing colours in 2021 for what will be his eighteenth season in Grand Prix and the twelfth on a works KTM SX-F.The 34-year old Sicilian and his crew, helmed by Claudio De
Nine times world champ Tony Cairoli gets his daily exercise with a fun street scrambling session on his factory KTM at the team's Belgian HQ!
The Italian-based De Carli factory KTM team of world MX2 champ Jorge Prado and nine-times world champ Tony Cairoli have switched to Thor riding kit for 2020.
The official release from Thor says: "New year, new team. We are proud to officially announce our sponsorship of the Red Bull KTM MXGP
2019 was a year of domination for KTM’s Jorge Prado where the young Spaniard demonstrated his talent, dedication and consistency to take his second consecutive FIM MX2 Motocross World Championship title. With 31 moto wins and 16 overalls including 14 1-1 finishes this season, the 18-year-old has been nothing short
Tony Cairoli's world championship bid is looking very remote as he tried to ride yesterday but couldn't get through the pain, so will miss the next two GPs which are both in Indonesia.
For the second Grand Prix in a row, the factory KTM team will have no MXGP riders as
Ignored? Lost relevance? Or more crucial than ever with crashes and injuries coming fast in MXGP? We asked a selection of both past and current athletes to have used neck protection to find out why there are not more braces in the Grand Prix start gate. We also then quizzed
KTM released a social post explaining why Tony Cairoli and Jeffrey Herlings will miss the MXGP of Germany.
"A right leg injury for @jeffrey_herlings84 and painful right shoulder for @antoniocairolimeans that Red Bull KTM will be without both riders (the last two #mxgpworld champions) this weekend at Teutschenthal for the #MXGPGermany. Both riders will get more