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GOODIES FOR XMAS | 18.12.2014

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OUCH ! | 23.11.2014

Justin Barcia spent the night in hospital after a nasty crash whilst chasing down leader Christophe Pourcel in the Genova Superbowl. The Yamaha US number one clipped the Frenchman's rear wheel on landing and Eli Tomac, already in the air, couldn't miss the fallen rider. Bam Bam posted in the night: "No concussion nothing broken my gear did the job pourcell drifted from the inside to the outside of the section nothing I could do! ‪#suck Two bruised lungs sore neck and back and some air in my chest have to stay in intensive care for the night hopefully can get out tomorrow." Watch it @


Eli Tomac showed devastating superiority all evening in SX1 at Lille this evening as Ben Watson put in two heroic rides in SX2, shrugging off a nasty cut on the chin from race one to finish the evening third against the French hordes and become the first Brit to podium in the "Bercy" SX since Max Anstie. USA finished the evening 1-2-3-4 in the final SX1 after Christophe Pourcel and Dylan Ferrandis, second and fifth in the opener, each went down on the opening lap in the final thriller for the capacity 22,000 audience. After bad starts and collisions Justin Brayton finally got his act together for second in the closing race but was the first to admit: "Nobody could run with Eli tonight; he was awesome !"


Ryan Villopoto's switch from the glitter world of AMA SX to MXGP in 2015 has been the focal point of motocross chat, mostly ill-informed, this summer. One of the few men who knew directly the state of play through this time was Kawasaki Motors Europe Racing Manager Steve Guttridge, and in this EXCLUSIVE interview with, he fills us in on the background to the most exciting transfer in the history of motocross.

2015 MXGP CALENDAR | 10.10.2014

All of the old familiar faces are back in the final MXGP calendar for 2015 as Valkenswaard and Uddevalla come back in for Russia and Finland. The second Argentinian GP was always going to be a probable no-go and makes room for the US GP @ Glen Helen. There are several date switches to accomodate the amendments, but teams and riders will be in a rush to get back from Glen Helen - the Nations is just one week later at Ernee. WMX starts as planned with two overseas trips, but they are spared the sand at Assen as the last round is switched to Loket, scene of this year's finale. The Vets take over the role of support class at the Dutch race. Click "More" for the full calendar.

US GP @ GLEN HELEN | 08.10.2014

It took exactly a week following the confirmation that Ryan Villopoto will contest the MXGP world series in 2015 for Youthstream president Giuseppe Luongo to confirm that Glen Helen will run the US GP in 2015 and 2016 prior to hosting the Motocross des Nations in 2017. Next year's GP will be on September 20. And, unlike the 2010/2011 events in Socal which were effectively a European GP plus KTM on US soil, it can be taken as read that the US subsiduaries of the Japanese Big Four have confirmed their willingness to compete.

VIVE LA FRANCE ! | 28.09.2014

France have won the Motocross des Nations with a dominant Gautier Paulin, supported perfectly by Dylan Ferrandis and Steven Frossard. Tommy Searle topped MX2 but the event was gut-wrenching for the Brits; they were holding onto second overall in the team stakes in a battle royal with Belgium until Shaun Simpson's KTM broke a chain, leaving the door open for USA to salvage the podium at the death.

... but Brits cruise to third !!!! | 27.09.2014
   ... but Brits cruise to third !!!!

It was a nail-biting qualification at Kegums today as Belgium, USA and Australia all went into the Open race uncertain of a direct transfer to the main programme tomorrow. Victory for Kevin Strijbos eventually put Belgium on pole, while Australia were sweating to the finish with Matt Moss on the borderline, but USA, desperate for a finish after Jeremy Martin had crashed out of MX2, jaws dropped as Eli Tomac went down with Arnaud Tonus at turn one. By lap four he had dragged the States back into contention, but they have only eighth place pick of gate tomorrow. The British trio of Shaun Simpson, Tommy Searle and Dean Wilson rode securely all day to earn third pick and the team contest is clearly between our boys, Belgium, France and USA.

.... Tixier defeats Herlings in the Mexican desert
 | 14.09.2014
 .... Tixier defeats Herlings in the Mexican desert<br />

It was the title decider of all time ! After seeing his points advantage slashed to just five points after race one Jeffrey Herlings could have been forgiven for waving the white flag, but when the defending champion saw Jordi Tixier getting back off the ground from a first lap mid-air collision with Aleksandr Tonkov, the Bullit saw red, forgot his seven week old broken thigh and passed four riders in a lap to secure 7th, with Tixier just one ahead. And he defied medical science to stay there for 30 minutes - right up until Tixier finally annexed the third place he needed for the title with an equally stunning ride. Hail King Jordi, but respect for the toppled monarch !

... to the showdown in Leon ! | 10.09.2014
  ... to the showdown in Leon !

Even mechanic Rami Fält was awaiting the call from Jeffrey Herlings to say he was on his way to Mexico this weekend, but 20 minutes ago the Dutch still teenager - he'll be 20 on Friday - had not been given medical clearance. So Leon on Sunday will now be the showdown everyone has been waiting for between the Bullit and Jordi Tixier. Leading by 23 points, the defending champion needs 27 points - a 7th and an 8th - if the Frenchie wins both motos, less depending on the result. Only Herlings can wrap it in moto one - he needs to head his rival across the line by one place in the top four, by two places if lower-placed. Let's go !

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