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GateDrop.com's Interviews bring you behind the gate with some of the biggest names in MXGP, British, American Motocross and Supercross.

Interview: Paco Rico – Team Spain and Prado

The Spanish Motocross Des Nations team manager, Paco Rico made the decision to have Jorge Prado contest the MXGP class at the Motocross Des...

Interview: Tony Craig – big opportunity with Hooper Racing

One of the more experienced riders in the British paddock is Tony Craig but he's finally got the opportunity to ride for a team...

Interview: Jake Sheridan on his EMX250 debut and riding Lommel

Jake Sheridan travelled to Lommel to contest the EMX250 Championship in what was his first attempted racing the series. Unfortunately, Sheridan didn't manage to qualify...

Interview: Philip McCullough – can’t mix politics with sport

When announcing the Irish Motocross Des Nations team for Assen, team manager, Philip McCullough added the message, "you cannot mix politics with sport". What did...

Interview: Kevin Horgmo – racing MX2 and EMX250 podium

Despite only recently making a return to racing after breaking his jaw, Kevin Horgmo has showed some very good speed since his return to...

Interview: Adam Sterry on a tough Lommel, getting a podium, MXGP...

The last two rounds of the MX2 World Championship, Adam Sterry has missed the podium by a point - he's definitely showed that he...

Interview: Michael Sandner – Hitachi KTM fuelled by Milwaukee debut

Due to a number of injures that's hit the Hitachi KTM fuelled by Milwaukee team, they were looking a fill in rider for the...

Interview: Cyril Genot – Impressing on a stock bike

Cyril Genot has got an opportunity to race the MX2 World Championship this year when the A1M Husqvarna team were looking for a fill...

Interview: Ben Watson on his Lommel podium and dealing with pressure

Coming into the season, a lot was expected of Ben Watson after finishing fourth in the MX2 World Championship in 2018. Could he be...

Interview: Calvin Vlaanderen – Lommel podium and MXoN

You wouldn't think it when you see Vlaanderen ride but he's missed five rounds of the MX2 World Championship rounds through injury. Since making...

Interview: Tim Gajser on winning in Lommel, closing in on the...

Tim Gajser didn't quite do enough to clinch his third Motocross world title in Lommel so he'll have to wait another two weeks in...

Interview: Koen Gouwenberg on his 114 Motorsports Honda opportunity

With injuries hitting the 114 Motorsports team, they needed to search for a rider to contest the MX2 World Championship at Lommel this weekend. The...

Interview: Daniel Zollinger – Swiss MXoN team manager

You are the new manager of Team Switzerland MXoN for the next three years. How will the team present under your leadership?  First of all,...

Interview: Joel Smets on his son, Vialle, Hofer and KTM

Joel Smets
Joel Smets, a former world championship himself is now part of the very successful Factory KTM team in the paddock.  With Prado winning the title...

Interview: Kay de Wolf – third consecutive Dutch title

It might be Kay de Wolf's first year on the 125cc after making the step up from the 85cc but he's having a great...

Interview: Brian Bogers on the Zwartecross and his MXGP season

The 2018 season was supposed to be Brian Bogers rookie season in MXGP but due to injury he missed the entire season. The HRC...

Interview: Mikkel Haarup on recently returning to Denmark and his future

There's no doubt that Mikkel Haarup has a lot of talent and should have a promising future in the sport. The Dane talent, wasn't happy...

Interview: Tom Vialle – Impressive MX2 rookie

Young French talent, Tom Vialle had the opportunity of a lifetime going from pretty much a privateer setup in 2018 contesting the EMX250 series...

Interview: Pauls Jonass on his rookie MXGP season

Pauls Jonass is only a rookie in the MXGP World Championship and due to injury didn't have the best preparation for the season. However,...

Interview: Roan Van de Moosdijk – dominated the Zwarte Cross

The Dutch Masters series might be over for another year but what a performance it was for young Dutch talent, Roan Van de Moosdijk...

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Gajser on his crash in China – very disappointed

Tim Gajser says he is very disappointed after yet another crash took him out of race-winning contention, this time in China. Gajser was leading the...

Chinese Grand Prix preview

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