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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: Joel Smets

Joel Smets knows all about winning. The five-time world motocross champion is already a legend of the sport as a rider but...

Interview: Stefan Everts on Tony Cairoli and Jeffrey Herlings

The GOAT of world motocross, Stefan Everts, is watching the current King of world motocross, Tony Cairoli, chip away at his championship record! The Italian is now only...

Interview: Liam Everts – huge improvement

Last year was Liam Everts first year on the 85cc and he didn't qualify for Loket which was a bit of a blow. However,...

Interview: Gordon Crockard through years part one (1995 – 2001)

Gordon Crockard has had quite a career. With multiple Irish titles, three British titles, GP winner and third in the world on a privateer machine,...

Giuseppe Luongo interview – MXGP, Red Bud, Herlings and Tomac!

Giuseppe Luongo has overseen another successful MXGP campaign and is getting ready, with help from MX Sports and Davey Coombs, the biggest race of...

Interview: Max Anstie – leaving Ice One Husqvarna

The end of the 2017 season was superb for Max Anstie and expectations were high for him heading into the 2018 season but things...

Interview: Marc De Reuver

Marc De Reuver is back in MXGP this season in a new role working with Pauls Jonass. It is fair to say the Dutchman has...

Interview: Jeffrey Herlings on his injury and life without racing

Jeffrey Herlings has already clinced one title this year by winning the Dutch Masters of Motocross but it's the MXGP World Championship he really...

Interview: Cooper Webb

Cooper Webb has impressed everyone over the last two weeks with his performance on the 450 machine. Third overall at Glen Helen and helping...

Interview: Stefan Everts on Liam and both their futures

Stefan Everts has had jobs in the MXGP paddock the last few years as he worked with Factory KTM and Suzuki. However, with Suzuki...

Interview: Giuseppe Luongo – I think the future (MXGP) is...

Giuseppe Luongo isn't afraid to give his opinion. And after the announcement of upcoming GPs in China for 2019, Red Bud hosting the Nations but...

Interview: Catching up with Sebastien Tortelli

One of the perks of this job is being able to interview legends of the sport and Sebastien Tortelli is certainly one...

Interview: Philip McCullough on Graeme Irwin’s retirement

Team Ireland MXoN manager Philip McCullough has been a key part of Graeme Irwin’s career with the former multi-time Irish and Ulster...

Catching up with: Albie Wilkie!

When Albie Wilkie won the EMX150 championship back in 2014 there was a feeling that he could go on to have a good career...

James Stewart interview!

A rare new James Stewart interview has been unveiled on social media with a relaxed James talking about the best moments of his career...

Interview: Jorge Prado on his podium!

After taking a big crash during the first round of the MX2 World Championship in Argentina, things didn't get of to the best of...

Reed: Supercross should go global & European mx riders are the...

Chad Reed had some interesting comments when he spoke to the guys at DMXS radio.  Reed feels supercross should go global, the European riders are...

Jorge Prado interview: It’s cool to see the Europeans have a...

Jorge Prado finished off his season in style with a sensational performance at the MX of Nations at Red Bud. The new MX2 world champ...

Reece Boal’s World Championship venture comes to an end

Reece Boal has been in the motocross scene for nearly seven years, starting in the British paddock with MBO Yamaha before making the move...

Interview: Roger Magee on Irwin’s retirement, Mewse and Vaessen

It’s not the ideal way to start a season with a press release announcing the retirement of your 450 British and MXGP...

Other Articles

Tomac: Tough pill to swallow

Eli Tomac threw away a potential win at Arlington when he went down while levering the main event and lost valuable points...