Monster Energy renews with Yamaha and MXGP

Drinks giant Monster Energy has renewed and expanded its commitment to the factory Yamaha GP teams and the MXGP world championship in two new deals. Monster will increase their commitment to all Factory and Official Yamaha Racing MXGP, MX2, EMX250 and EMX125 teams through to 2021. Having already collaborated with the Monster

Two more years at Yamaha for Tonus

Yamaha Motor Europe is pleased to announce a contract extension with Arnaud Tonus that will see him continuing to race the YZ450F for the next two years, through to 2019. The twenty-five-year-old Swiss rider is currently in his rookie season in the premier motocross world championship, MXGP. While he is tenth

Gajser and Simpson talk comebacks!

Both making their return from injury at this weekend's Italian GP at Ottobiano, world champ Tim Gajser and British ace Shaun Simpson talk about their comebacks. https://youtu.be/4_RddtLFIas https://youtu.be/TgzW8O6__-s

Simpson injury update

Shaun Simpson flies from Latvia to Belgium today to see a surgeon about his broken left hand after a freak accident in the second MXGP moto at Kegums in the Latvian GP. Simpson said: “I hit a wet patch of sand through the waves after the pitlane and it sent me off

Simpson’s Bank Holiday bonanza!

Briton Shaun Simpson dominated the Bank Holiday Monday Sainte Austreberthe International, winning all three motos to take the overall. Former world champ Jordi Tixier, back from injury after sitting out three GPs, took his factory Kawasaki to three runner-up spots for second. And Gert Krestinov, fresh from his Canada Heights win the

Yamaha factory aces in action!

Yamaha’s MXGP heroes of 2015 MXGP World Champion Romain Febvre and the 2014 MXGP vice World Champion Jeremy Van Horebeek are both lining up on YZ450FM's for the Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing set-up in MXGPs this year. And Wilvo Yamaha Official MXGP have called upon uber-talents and grand prix

Behind the scenes at Wilvo Yamaha

Go behind the scenes of the Wilvo Yamaha team in this video shot in the world MX2 championship this season, where they reveal they will be going up to the MXGP class next year.  

Simpson and Tonus linked to Yamaha

Shaun Simpson and Arnaud Tonus are rumoured to be joining the Wilvo Yamaha team which moves up to the MXGP class next season, as one of their current riders Alex Tonkov looks likely to be forced out of world championship racing due to issues with his visa. Former British champ Simpson,