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Bob Buchanan on EMX 2t, EMX250 age rule and GL12 KTM

Team boss at the GL12 KTM Racing team, Bob Buchanan has give us his thoughts on the decision to put an age rule in the...

James Dunn to race MX1 class at Lyng

After two years with the GL12 Racing team, James Dunn has recently confirmed that both will go their separate ways. The talented young Brit is...

Mike Kras on retaining the British Two Stroke Championship

Mike Kras retained his ACU British Two-stroke title with a champion’s performance at the fourth and final round at Hawkstone Park on Sunday. After three...

Mike Kras on going 1-1 at Desertmartin!

British Two-stroke Championship leader Mike Kras dominated his two races at Desertmartin on Sunday but it was a day of highs and lows for...

Kras and Dunn on Matterley Basin!

The highs and lows of motocross racing couldn’t be better illustrated than the contrasting fortunes of GL12 Racing KTM’s Mike Kras and James Dunn...

It’s EMX250 for James Dunn!

Last week it was announced that James Dunn has re-signed with the GL12 KTM outfit. We can now confirm that Dunn will contest the...

Dunn stays with GL12 KTM!

James Dunn has confirmed he will stay with the GL12 KTM team for the 2018 season. It comes as good news as there were...

James Dunn – GL12 Racing!

It has recently been announced that Lewis Gregory will step away from racing whilst he sorts himself out after suffering from concussing and a...

Lewis Gregory to step away from racing!

GL12 KTM PR: Following Lewis’ crash at Hawkstone International when he was concussed and had a neck injury resulting in nerve problems we have tried...

GL12 KTM sign up for Hawkstone!

The two stroke only British team of GL12Racing will be at the Be Wiser Hawkstone International on the 5th Feb, which will be their...

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Bobryshev on clinching the British Championship

The 2018 British Motocross Championship finally came to a close this weekend at the Cadders Hill circuit near Lyng in Norfolk. Tumultuous weather earlier...

Jorge Prado to run #1 in 2019?