Searle disappointment at his MXGP showing

Searle at Valkenswaard. Pic Stan LeRoux Tommy Searle said the Dutch GP at Valkenswaard was: "A weekend to forget! Looking forward to better result’s next weekend in Italy. " In timed practice he was 17th, then 19th in qualification, with 24th and 18th places in the motos. "Tommy Searle showed some skills,

Duncan crashes out of WMX lead

The first round of the 2019 FIM Women’s Motocross World Championship saw Amandine Verstappen take the Valkenswaard victory along with the first overall win and red plate of the new season for the very first time in her career as Courtney Duncan wiped out in spectacular style after winning the first moto. When

KTM’s Cairoli and Prado dominate Dutch GP

A week after the fast and spectacular Grand Prix of Great Britain at Matterley Basin, MXGP travelled to the shallow and bumpy sand of the Eurocircuit in Valkenswaard a short distance south of Eindhoven. Pleasant and bright conditions cast memories of the snow-stricken 2018 edition of the Grand Prix further

Rizzi third in EMX125 opener

Talented Briton Joel Rizzi thrashed his 125 KTM to a stunning third place in the opening EMX125 race at the Valkenswaard GP. Stefan Everts' son Liam took 18th in his first EMX125 race but British world champ Eddie Jay Wade went out after four laps. Sam Nunn also didn't finish. Courtney

Cairoli and Prado top Dutch GP qualifying

It was business as usual for Red Bull KTM in the Valkenswaard GP qualifying races as Tony Cairoli won the MXGP race and Jorge Prado topped the MX2 class. It's very different to a week ago at Matterley when Cairoli crashed on the last lap and handed the win to Tim

Dean Ferris injured!

Dean Ferris will not participate at the MXGP of The Netherlands in Valkenswaard this weekend as a result of a minor knee injury he sustained at the MXGP of Great Britain five days ago.  https://www.instagram.com/p/BvakWptl2lR/ Ferris was expected to fill Romain Febvre's seat under the Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP awning at

Kiara Fontanesi sits out WMX season opener due to illness

Yamaha Motor Europe regrets to announce that due to health complications the defending WMX World Champion, FontaMX Yamaha WMX's Kiara Fontanesi, will not be lining up at the opening round of the FIM Women's Motocross World Championship in Valkenswaard, The Netherlands, this weekend. Fontanesi has been facing health complications for the