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DREAM TEAM | 24.09.2016
DREAM TEAM

The mythology of Maggiora hangs on the 1986 whitewash by the US "Dreamteam" of Johnny "O Show" O'Mara, David "Little Professor" Bailey and Rick "Too Hip" Johnson, and the trio reunited in Italy this weekend, 30 years on from that famous day. But how about a shout for Paolo Schneider and Stefano Avandero, the two guys who grew up drooling over videos of that 1986 race and have resurrected their own dream by revitalising the waste land they found ten years ago into the Maggiora Park the world is savouring this weekend. Heroes all !

MAGGIORA NATIONS | 18.09.2016
MAGGIORA NATIONS

Johnny O'Mara won't be racing for the USA in the Motocross DES Nations @ Maggiora next weekend, but what's the betting that showman Giuseppe Luongo will have the 1986 US "dream team" O'Show, RJ and David Bailey on site to celebrate his 30 years of organising MX at the highest level. Clement Desalle's Glen Helen knee injury means that Brent Van Doninck rides for Belgium in a wide-open contest. Scroll down for the names from the top 20 teams amongst 38.

PHENOMENAL TOMAC | 12.09.2016
PHENOMENAL TOMAC

If you didn't stay up to watch it live, then check out the second MXGP moto from Glen Helen. Eli Tomac was simply phenomenal, he got dropped to 14th on the first lap when he lost drive on the long climb but casme back in just nine laps, hauling in leaders TC222, TG243 and Max Nagl at FOUR seconds a lap to zip past them through two separate combinations to make it four from four in the US GPs. Kawasaki USA seem to have got his suspension sorted ;-)

END OF SEASON RACING AT GLEN HELEN | 11.09.2016
END OF SEASON RACING AT GLEN HELEN

There was an end-of-season feeling in quali at Glen Helen yesterday. Both titles are done and only those with something still at stake were taking any risks in 100 plus temperatures. MXGP bronze candidates Romain Febvre & Max Nagl ran away with it, and next up were Dean Wilson & Arnaud Tonus, both looking for a 2017 ride. But for sure Eli Tomac will be there this evening European time. A 61st and final MX2 win MUST be there for Jeffrey Herlings; he was playing with Austin Forkner & Jeremy Martin with THREE seconds in hand ! Max Anstie, the only other European on the pace, surely has Benoit Paturel under control for bronze .... if he does it TWICE ! Tune in to mxgp.tv this evening.


ARNAUD TONUS 450 @ GLEN HELEN | 09.09.2016
ARNAUD TONUS 450 @ GLEN HELEN

It was a late late decision and even Arnaud Tonus himself could not be sure on Wednesday evening @ Fox, but the Swiss ace will race his Nations PC KX450F this weekend at Glen Helen. Spanner Jon Primo was busy this morning putting the final touches under the eagle eye of PC boss Mitch Payton. Switzerland only just missed the podium @ the Nations last year without Arnaud, so, together with Valentin Guillod & Jeremy Seewer, they are a definite bet for the podium, even a long shot for the win, @ Maggiora. Hopp Suisse !

FINALE | 05.09.2016
FINALE

The titles are decided, but both bronze medals are still up for grabs @ Glern Helen on Sunday - Nagl versus Febvre, Paturel v Anstie, Shaun Simpson has his top ten ranking to defend and Tommy Searle, Dean Wilson & Jake Nicholls will all want to go on a high note. A few changes to the wild card entries but Eli Tomac goes for another MXGP win and Cooper Webb, though not listed, indicated in Charlotte that he wanted to move 450. Austin Forkner is still around in MX2 to race The Bullet, and Jeremy Martin makes his debut in red for Geico.

GOT THERE !
and some US bikes to savour ! | 01.09.2016
GOT THERE !<br />
  and some US bikes to savour !

OK, Frankfurt airport closed an hour AFTER I flew, so who cares ? In Charlotte and ready to go ! OK, so you didn't necessarily want to see me, but scroll down the page to savour US factory bikes .... Tomac KX450F, Webb YZ250F and Barcia YZ450F. And the Gariboldi crew get ready for the big weekend. Enjoy. Tomorrow we go racing !

HERLINGS 33rd TO THE GATE IN ASSEN | 27.08.2016
HERLINGS 33rd TO THE GATE IN ASSEN

Jeffrey Herlings goes to the gate 33rd tomorrow, but the MX2 world leader lives to fight another day. Quickly second in the qualification race the Bullit, despite fervent attempts, simply couldn't get around KTM teammate Jorge Prado for the lead and after seven laps disappeared from the scene; fears that he had put himself back on the injured list were quickly dispelled as mechanic Wayne Banks fitted a new motor for race day after a terminal failure. Herlings ewas not hurt. Title rival Jeremy Seewer finished fifth.

GOLD MEDALS ON THE LINE | 24.08.2016
GOLD MEDALS ON THE LINE

Gold medals are on the line this weekend in the "Cathedral" @ Assen as the first adult world titles of 2016 will be won and lost. Two out of four classes have to be decided and a third is a distinct possibilty; the only class sure to go to Charlotte, or even Glen Helen, is MX2 where Jeffrey Herlings returns to defend a 43 point advantage over Jeremy Seewer. So who is going for gold ?

JEREMY ATTACK | 06.08.2016
JEREMY ATTACK

Jeremy Seewer, clad in Swiss national colours, launched into attack mode on home turf with an overwhelming MX2 GP qualification victory. With a double victory tomorrow the Suzuki terrier could reduce his deficit on absent world series leader Jeffrey Herlings to just 37 points. The Nederlander is still not bike on a bike. Joel Smets: "We have an appointment in Herentals at 9am Monday morning; we hope the scan will show that the collarbone has healed sufficiently to support the metal plate because we cannot take any risks on the big jumps." Herlings still had three weeks to get ready for Assen !


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