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So much to do and so much happening @ Matterley this weekend, but here's a gallery of your favourite moments for those who just got home or when you wake up on Whit Monday morning. Click
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Xavier Boog stands in for Ryan Villopoto on the KRT KX450F-SR at Matterley this weekend and will also take over the American's bike at Villars-sous-Ecot next weekend. KRT team owner Thierry Chizat Suzzoni: "It was important for us and all our partners to line up two riders for the next GPs, and when Ryan informed us that he could not race the GP of Great Britain we spoke with Bud Racing and Xavier to find a solution for this GP and the next one in France. Of course we know Xavier very well as he spent three seasons with us, and we're happy to welcome him back. He spent two days with the team this week and he knows the Kawasaki as he raced the French series with Kawasaki; he had yet to experience the new suspension and engine but we're sure that he will adapt easily to our bike. We are happy to see once again that there is a good cooperation between Bud and KRT; both teams want to give their best for Kawasaki."


It is now official that the Brazilian GP in August, finally cancelled a fortnight ago, will be replaced by a third GP in Italy with the schedule moved back one week to August 22/23. The replacement GP will be called the GP of Lombardia and will take place at Mantova. The switch of date cause a headache for ACU Events as they will now need to reschedule the Maxxis round at Fat Cat, but reserve dates were already pencilled in pre-season for this eventuality.

 | 19.05.2015

Tommy Searle will not be at the startgate at Matterley Basin: "Disappointed to say I won't be racing this weekend at my home GP. When I crashed last weekend in Spain I broke the end of my collarbone and will find out more Wednesday after more scans the full extent of the injury. It's too close to the shoulder to get it plated and race, and also ligaments are where I have broken it. Hopefully they're good and I can be back soon. I'm gutted to say the least but it's part of the sport. There will always be highs and lows, unfortunately lately for me it's mostly lows but I will do my best to come back healthy and finally do what I am capable of after these injuries setting me back the past two years. Thanks to the whole KTM Red Bull Racing Team for understanding."

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