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Who impressed: MX2 World Championship – Turkey

American, Thomas Covington has been knocking on the door for an overall win the last few months and finally it all clicked together for...

Who impressed: MX2 – Bulgaria

In terms of the MX2 Championship chase things are looking incredibly good for Spanish sensation, Jorge Prado as he chases his first MX2 World title....

Who impressed: EMX250 – Bulgaria

It's been a good season for Mathys Boisrame and he secured the EMX250 Championship with a round to go in Bulgaria. He spent the...

Junior World Champs decided

It was a great day for three young riders as they clinched the Junior World Championship titles in Australia. 65cc In the 65cc class it was...

2018 Junior World Championship – Predictions

Andy McKinstry  It's always hard to predict these things and as it's a one day format it makes it even harder to predict. One bad...

Rumour: Jonass to Ice One Husqvarna for rookie MXGP season?

A few weeks ago we heard for the first time that Pauls Jonass might be heading to the Ice One Rockstar Husqvarna team for...

2018 Junior World Championship – The Preview

125cc  In the 125cc class, it's a real shame to see Emil Weckman and Rene Hofer out injured because they'd have been real title threats...

Race reflections: Swiss MXGP

The atmosphere - the Swiss fans seem to love their motocross and their home heroes! Jeremy Seewer and Valentin Guillod got some superb flag...

Sydow ends Switzerland on a high

The WZ KTM Racing team went to the ninth round of the EMX250 Championship with the sole rider in the form of Jeremy Sydow...

Who impressed: EMX250 – Switzerland

Coming into Switzerland the championship chase was a bit too close for comfort for Mathys Boisrame. The Assomotor Honda rider only had two points...

Who impressed: MXGP class in Switzerland

Jeffrey Herlings: The world championship leader suffered some adversity on Saturday when he went down on turn one but Herlings powered through the field...

Rumour: Valentin Guillod looking to head to USA in 2019?

Valentin Guillod has spent the past three years competing in the MXGP World Championship and after a strong year as a rookie finishing ninth...

Steve Dixon confirms MX2 only team for 2019

There's been rumours in the paddock that Steve Dixon will focus solely on the MX2 World Championship class once again in 2019, speaking to...

Who impressed: EMX125 – Switzerland

It was a career first for EMX125 rookie, Tom Guyon as he won his first EMX125 overall in Switzerland. It shouldn't be too much...

Boisrame edges closer to EMX250 title with Swiss win

Coming into the Swiss round of the EMX250 Championship only two points separated Mathys Boisrame and Mel Pocock in the championship chase. The Swiss round...

Guyon wins in Switzerland

Young French talent, Tom Guyon won the penultimate round of the EMX125 Championship in Switzerland. In the first moto the VRT 3as KTM rider...

Rumour: Webb heading to KTM in 2019?

There's no doubting Cooper Webb's talent but since moving up to race the 450cc things haven't gone to plan. Webb has spent years with...

Rumour: Gautier Paulin set to leave Ice One Husqvarna?

A few weeks ago we first heard speculation that Gautier Paulin could be set to leave Ice One Husqvarna and ever since the rumour...

Who impressed: EMX250 – Lommel

It's been a brilliant few weekends for Mel Pocock from winning at a muddy Duns to a rough Lommel track, two completely different conditions...

Carglass Honda no longer in the paddock

The Carglass Honda team were a new team in the GP paddock last year as they had Jed Beaton and Dylan Walsh under the...

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VHR KTM draft in replacement rider for Assen

The VHR KTM team have been hit with a number of injuries throughout the course of the season including Scotty Verhaeghe, Alexis Verhaeghe, Cyril Genot...

Fontanesi wins Assen!

Gajser and Bogers on Assen