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James Stewart retiring next year!

Update: James Stewart's retirement was rumored to have come sooner than expected as he failed to find a team for the 2017 supercross season...

RIP Steven Lenoir

It is with heavy hearts we report the death of British MX1 title contender, Steven Lenoir, who has passed away after a crash at...

Chad Reed to MXGP?

Chad Reed has hinted that this may be his last year of racing the AMA Nationals and that he would like to end his...

Hawkstone International: Results

In the first MX2 moto it was Pauls Jonass who stole the show as he comfortably won from Rockstar Husky duo Thomas Covington and...

Mel Pocock Injury – Updated

Mel Pocock had a horrific injury at the first round of the British Championship, losing part of his thumb and lacerating his arm. He...

Video: Cairoli’s pass on Herlings!

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Jeffrey Herlings ran up front for the first time this season but even he couldn't fend of a ruthless Antonio Cairoli who bumped his...

Chase Brothers EMX dream over!

Cohen  and Wyatt Chase had signed with the TM Satellite team to contest in the EMX250 championship for the season ahead. Wyatt came over...

Forkner: I can beat Herlings at US GPs!

It seems America is out to beat Jeffrey Herlings over the next two weeks at the US GPs! 17 year-old rookie Austin Forkner has...

Josh Hansen speaks out against AMA!

Josh Hansen has tried to explain his decision to race AX in the UK instead of supercross. Hansen clearly isn't happy with the AMA...

Stewart OUT of Oz supercross but will race in Lille, France.

CHINO, CA (Nov. 9, 2015) – Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Racing has announced today that James Stewart will not attend the Australian Supercross round coming...

End of GP racing for Jake Nicholls!

Hitachi KTM UK rider Jake Nicholls has announced he will stop racing MXGP after his latest injury sustained in Italy in April. The popular Brit,...

War of words: Searle v Simpson

Tommy Searle has questioned Shaun Simpson's early inclusion as the MX1 rider  in the 2015 British team for the up-coming MXDN in France. Searle, speaking...

Mickael Musquin seriously injured!

Unfortunately injuries are part of the sport and it's news like this we don't like to report but Mickeal Musquin has been seriously injured.  Mickeal has...

Dungey to retire at the end of 2017?

Ryan Dungey the humble champion
Update 16th May 2017 - Ryan Dungey has officially retired from supercross and motocross. In an emotional press conference he explained his decision which you can...

Wayne Garrett injury update – fundraiser this weekend!

This Saturday night the Wayne Garrett fundraiser event takes place at Temple Golf and Country Club, and starts 7.30pm. The main aim is to...

British Championship MX1 entry list!

If you thought the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship was good in 2015, hold on to the edge of your seats because this year...

Interview: Ben Townley

The great Ben Townley turned the clock back last weekend as he showed just what a brilliant talent he is by running with world...

Video: Watch Anaheim Supercross live on GateDrop

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Watch the practise and race from the opening round of the supercross championship at Anaheim, here on GateDrop.com. The practise show should start at 8.30pm...

Results: British Championship Rd1 results

Results from round one of British Championship at Culham. Mx1 Qualifying Mx2 Qualifying MXY2 Qualifying Mx2 Race 1 Harri Kullas took the holeshot with Watson and Natzke second and...

Denmark allows 250cc two-strokes in MX2 class!

From 2017 the Danish motorsport federation (DMU) has decided to let 250cc 4-stroke and 250cc 2-stroke compete on equal terms in the MX2 class....

Other Articles

Race Report: Budds Creek – Osborne is crowned US 250 National...

MECHANICSVILLE, MD. (August 19, 2017) - The first of two 2017 championships were handed out on Saturday afternoon at Budds Creek Motocross Park, as...

Interview: Wal Beaney

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