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Jake Nicholls has announced his retirement from GP racing this afternoon after ten turbulent years chasing the dream around the world. Just 27, the amiable East Anglian, always up for a laugh and always with 100% engagement, dislocated his hip in April as he headed the MX1 Maxxis and he will continue to chase that elusive national title in 2018 alongside his ever-increasing involvement in the family businesses. We wish him the best of luck ... at home and in search of that elusive Maxxis. Scroll down to read Jake's own announcement.

USGP 2017 AT JACKSONVILLE | 19.07.2017

It's only two months since the US GP on 2/3 September was "confirmed" for Gainesville but this morning, six weeks prior to the event, YS sent out a mail to say the GP will be now be an hour and a half down the road at WW Motocross Park, Jacksonville. The new facility, opened in 2013, is rated as the best practice track in Florida; apparantly the switch from Gainesville came because US promotor Davy Coombs could not reach agreement with Gainesville after an existing contract ran out on June 30.


Agueda 2017 can be remembered as the day Ben Watson truly arrived in MXGP. Forget the final scoreline, the speed the Maxxis leader showed in Portugal was amazing. A 2017 GP winner and a red plate holder and four factory bikes were amongst his victims as he scorched through to fifth and, now top privateer, even had TKO in 4th in his sights. "I started making mistakes and knew it was time to back off before I crashed," he admitted. "I needed a long time to rebuild my confidence earlier in the year, but I know I have the pace to run with them now. I think it played a role that we had two such hot races in a week and I was able to come again in the last couple of laps." Significantly the only other rider to have faced such a hard ride was Paturel .... and the Frenchman DID crash after getting to fifth.


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