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How Herlings got back to winning ways

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxtxVBUEmnQ Seven months after he last raced, five-times world champ Jeffrey Herlings shows he's back in the game after winning two of the three motos at the Hawkstone Park International, including the Superfinal. Battling against Glenn Coldenhoff, Romain Febvre, Pauls Jonass, Alberto Forato, Jeremy Seewer, Isak Gifting, Brent Van Doninck and

Everts under the knife after training spill

MX2 Grand Prix winner Liam Everts will sit out the Hawkstone International and the first round of the 2024 MXGP series at Neuquen in Argentina on March 9-10 to recover from an injury to his right thumb, sustained in a light training crash in Belgium this week. The highly rated Red

Team GB’s road to the Junior Worlds starts

The 2024 FIM Junior Motocross World Championship will be held at the Circuit Kamperweg Heerde in the Netherlands, on 14th July 2024, and the Team GB training programme is about to get underway. Kicking off during the school easter holidays on the 4th of April at Doncaster Moto Parc, a Team

Wraps off GasGas MX2 racers

It’s one time-served MX2 GP rider and one rookie that will race the world championship on these new factory GasGas 250s in 2024. Simon Längenfelder is hoping to improve on his back-to-back third place finishes in the MX2 World Championship. And new to the team, is talented Marc-Antoine Rossi who

Prado’s factory GP racer revealed

The new factory 450 GasGas of world champ Jorge Prado might not look much different from last year’s model but - like the new-style KTM and Husqvarna factory editions – it has a new frame with different wall thicknesses and cutaway sections. This improves the flex characteristics and has trimmed

Argentina MXGP opener start lists

Infront Moto Racing is delighted to unveil the official entry lists for the MXGP of Patagonia-Argentina, serving as the opening round of the 2024 FIM Motocross World Championship. This highly anticipated event is scheduled to take place at the circuit of Villa La Angostura on March 9th & 10th, just a few weeks from now! As it

Gajser beats Febvre in Mantova mire

Honda's Tim Gajser took the overall from Kawasaki's Romain Febvre in the chilly Mantova International in Northern Italy. HRC man Ruben Fernandez took third overall from new Kawasaki signing Jeremy Seewer. Gajser continued his strong start to 2024 by going one-two for first overall, winning the first moto after leading from

Round up of the weekend’s internationals

It was the first big weekend of International racing in Europe with major events in Italy and Spain. The biggest was in Riola Sardo, Sardinia, where Tim Gajser won both MX1 races to take the overall from Maxime Renaux, Romain Febvre, Glenn Coldenhoff, Jago Geerts, Ruben Fernandez and Ben Watson.

HRC reveals all-new CRF450 and three-man team

Team HRC are entering into the new motocross world championships with three riders on-board their Honda machinery as Tim Gajser and Ruben Fernandez are joined by young Italian, Ferruccio Zanchi, for what is a return to the MX2 class for this prestigious manufacturer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jzvKDlCtPC0 Five-time world champion Gajser needs no introduction, as

Triumph’s race debut this weekend

This weekend, Triumph is revving up to make motorsport history. On Saturday, February 3, the cutting-edge Triumph TF 250-X motocross bike will make its competitive debut at the Detroit round of AMA Supercross in the USA. The momentum doesn't stop there, with the MX2 World Championship team lining up for

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