The snow fell but the action on the track was hot at the weekend's Dutch GP at Valkenswaard. Our pals at MXMag.be in Belgium have released this cool video with lots of behind the scenes footage from the historic race.
Tommy Searle has had successful surgery on the collarbone he broke in the first corner of the Dutch GP on Sunday. He says he'll be out for around four weeks, so will miss the opening British championship and the Spanish GP, at least.
He said: "I got caught up in a
The weather was cold but the action was extreme at the Dutch GP!
Jeffrey Herlings once again came out on top of a man-on-man clash with world champ Tony Cairoli to become the first Dutchman to win the premier GP class in the 44 years history of the Valkenswaard GP. Herlings, who had won seven MX2 GPs at the track and had his
Briton Conrad Mewse took a fine fourth overall in the freezing Dutch GP, taking fifth then fourth place finishes in the deep sand of Valkenswaard. The KTM man, who didn't finish the qualifying race yesterday so had a terrible gate pick, managed to pull off decent starts and was strong
Snow, freezing conditions, deep sand, nasty ruts and big jumps Take a lap on board with Davy Pootjes around the Valkenswaard GP circuit.
And take an interactive, 360-degree VR ride with Calvin Vlaanderen on his factory Honda, too!
The first day of the MXGP of Europe has wrapped up in Valkenswaard, the Netherlands where MXGP, MX2 along with EMX300 and EMX125 both presented by FMF Racing took to the demanding Dutch Circuit. Tricky conditions combined with cool temperatures would lead to a memorable day of racing. Heating up with their first pole positions of 2018 were Monster
Flying Dutchman Jeffrey Herlings lost the MXGP qualifying race with a crash and a front wheel problem at a freezing Valkenswaard in Holland. The KTM man snatched the led from holeshot man Jeremy Van Horebeek on the first lap, chased by Gautier Paulin, Tim Gajser and Shaun Simpson with red
BOS Suzuki GP rider Evgeny Bobryshev loves the sand, and lives only 20 minutes from this weekend's MXGP circuit at Valkenswaard, venue for the first European round of the world championship. Last week was totally focused on riding and testing the new RMZ450 on the sand to prepare for the Dutch race.
Fast Britons Ben Watson and Shaun Simpson are aiming to take to the podium as the world championship hits Holland this weekend. Watson may have missed out on the podium at the opening Argentina MX2 GP but is keen to go one better as the series reaches the sand of