Currently second in the MXGP World Championship standings, the Red Bull GASGAS Factory Racing rider Jorge Prado will miss round seven of the 2022 FIM Motocross World Championship, the Grand Prix of Italy, following a practice crash last week when he dislocated his shoulder. It was put back into place without
Is Jorge Prado about to drop a huge bombshell and join Honda for a return to the MX2 class? Ermm... no. A Spanish media source RideTwice.com is claiming that Prado is poised to leave the De Carli GasGas MXGP team, and head up the 114 Motorsport team's MX2 campaign on
The DeCarli team that has run Tony Cairoli on KTM for a decade will switch to GasGas for 2022 with two-time MX2 World Champion Jorge Prado while in MX2, current world number four Mattia Guadagnini will compete alongside young German hotshot, Simon Langenfelder.
Introducing Red Bull GASGAS Factory RacingJorge Prado to
Spaniard Jorge Prado has had surgery on the armpit he hurt when he wiped out Jeffrey Herlings in a finish-line clash in the German GP on Sunday. He says he won't know when he'll be back on the bike but is now fourth in the series, 31 points behind leader
Red Bull KTM's factory MXGP trio of Tony Cairoli, Jeffrey Herlings and Jorge Prado have 15 world titles between them and are the powerhouse of the world championship. Check out what the trio have to say...
One of the greatest riders of the modern era of the FIM Motocross World
Factory KTM 450 racer Jorge Prado has issued an injury update after he crashed in the Mantova Italian Superfinal while leading the race. He got trapped under the bars and retired from the action, then went to hospital for a check-up.
“After yesterday’s crash they took me to hospital for a
Nine-times world champion Tony Cairoli, double MX2 world champion Jorge Prado and rookie Mattia Guadagnini showed off their new-look KTM 450 SX-F and KTM 250 SX-F as they prepare for the GP opener at Oss in Holland on May 23.
Usually the team shows its race-ready bikes but KTM says officially
Jorge Prado looked set to dominate the opening Italian International at Riola Sardo in Sardina until his bike failed while he was in the lead with a handful of laps to go. The Spaniard won the MX1 opener and was leading the combined MX1 and MX2 superfinal until the mechanical
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
Double FIM MX2 Motocross World Champion Jorge Prado is recovering from a procedure to fix his right collarbone after a fall while training in Belgium on Tuesday.
The 19 year old MXGP class rookie for 2020 suffered a clean break in the wake of his tumble at a circuit in Olmen,