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11/08/14 - 09:36
Hsu, Savaste & Lawrence came, saw and conquered in Lierneux
Pinned against each other, as well as the unappealing elements of wind and rain, 289 of the world’s fastest junior motocross riders were put to the test today in Lierneux as they each vied for the best spot they could achieve in the most prestigious youth motocross event of the year, the 2014 FIM Junior Motocross World Championship.On a circuit that demanded the utmost amount of respect with its m...
10/08/14 - 15:34
Dungey, Tomac, Martin for USA
Yesterday, at the Unadilla National, Round 10 of Lucas Oil Pro Motocross, the AMA announced the 2014 USA Motocross of Nations team. Red Bull KTM’s Ryan Dungey (MXGP) will lead the team for the sixth time and be joined by GEICO Honda’s Eli Tomac (Open) and Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha’s Jeremy Martin (MX2). This is the second consecutive year Dungey and Tomac will be on the team. This is the first...
06/08/14 - 17:10
It’s time for the world’s top juniors in Lierneux
It’s crunch time for the world’s hottest young motocross talents as they make for Lierneux, Belgium, this weekend to race the most prestigious event on their calendars, the 2014 FIM Junior Motocross World Championship. The event is run across two days with free practice and qualifying taking place on Saturday August 09 followed by race day on Sunday August 10.So far a staggering 289 riders between...
04/08/14 - 00:46
Cairoli and Anstie weather the storm
Just when you thought the championship couldn’t get any crazier. It did. Rubber stamping the fact that in motocross anything can happen, MXGP of Belgium, round fifteen of the FIM Motocross World Championship in the fathomless sand of Lommel resulted in the perfect storm for BikeIT Yamaha Cosworth’s MX2 star Max Anstie as he claimed his first ever MX2 race and Grand Prix victory, and an actual stor...
03/08/14 - 01:14
Cairoli and Anstie qualify strong in Lommel
Grit was the word of the day today at round fifteen of the FIM Motocross World Championship in Lommel as riders gritted their teeth while bashing their way through the soft yet gritty sand. While the circuit, as expected, got gnarly and whooped out it turned out to be a playground for Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Antonio Cairoli and BikeIT Yamaha Cosworth’s Max Anstie as they charged their way to...
31/07/14 - 10:44
Ready to dig deep in Lommel
From one extreme, the heavily elevated hard pack clay of the Czech Republic, to the other, the bottomless whooped out sand of Belgium, the fifteenth stop from seventeen on the FIM Motocross World Championship calendar will be this weekend, August 03, in Lommel. While the circuit itself hardly needs introducing, as it is definitely one of the most widely recognized tracks in the world, known to be ...
29/07/14 - 16:50
World title number three for Yamaha
MXGP of Czech Republic was momentous for a number of riders but for none more so than Yamaha MX Fonta Racing’s Kiara Fontanesi, who clenched her third consecutive FIM Women’s Motocross World Title. In her own words it was “the first title I have really ‘won’ because I only had four victories (out of a possible twelve) and ALL of the best girls in the world were racing this year”. With the return ...
28/07/14 - 08:26
MXGP milestones for Van Horebeek & Tixier
Riders went in pursuit of traction this weekend with the steep and pebbly clay based circuit of Loket hosting round fourteen of the FIM Motocross World Championship and shelving what was, arguably, the most emotionally charged Grand Prix this season with Yamaha Factory Racing’s Jeremy Van Horebeek and Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Jordi Tixier both reaching the peak of their careers with their fir...
27/07/14 - 17:46
Lancelot and Fontanesi lock down wins in Loket
The 2014 FIM Women’s Motocross World Championship has been a nail biter all season long with the sixth and final round here at the historic circuit of Loket providing just as much pandemonium as the rounds before. While Team One One Four’s Livia Lancelot won the battle this weekend, rounding off her season on top of the box, it was Yamaha MXFonta Racing’s Kiara Fontanesi who won the war claiming h...
26/07/14 - 21:54
Nagl, Febvre and Fontanesi Czech out!
Levels of anticipation for MX2’s qualifying race gate drop couldn’t be any higher than they were today at round fourteen of the FIM Motocross World Championship. While the toasty weather was a factor, as was the tricky clay based circuit, all was masked by the excitement about which of the many capable race winners would shine in MX2 now that the reigning world champ and dominating force Red Bull ...