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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.

IMOLA 2018 | 27.06.2017
IMOLA 2018

The 2018 MXGP finale will be held in Italy .... at Imola, the scene of the very first FIM championship GP 65 years ago. The date - 29/30 September. The Autodromo Enzo Ferrari park, right in the centre of town, also hosted the very first motocross in Italy as long ago as 1948, six years before the famous tarmac circuit was built, but has not been the scene of a motocross GP since 1965. The new circuit will be built between Paddock 2 and the Rivalli Hill.


All smiles in Russia from Arnaud Tonus and Jeremy Seewer as they took a double win for Switzerland in qualification at Orlyonok, but both boys had the forecast right as each declarted: "I just hope it doesn't rain too much tomorrow." It's been pissing it down since 5am and the ultra-fast raceway could be turned into a skating rink. Third Swiss Valentin Guillod wil not be affected; he's already on his way home with a fractured right hand from a first turn quali crash which also claimed Jeremy van Horebeek with a dislocated finger. First up this morning is EMX300 with Brad Anderson defending his 100% season after a clear win yesterday.

RUSSIAN RIVIERA | 02.06.2017

This is the Orylonok track whioch will host the next MXGP next weekend on the Russian Riviera. Bikes are in transit for four classes with around 30 expected to go to the line in MXGP, MX2 and EMX250 while even EMX300 now has 17 entries, 13 of whom scored in the Teutschenthal series opener. Sole Brits are Max Anstie, Conrad Mewse, Ben Watson and Brad Anderson.

KEENO BACK @ 24MX HONDA | 30.05.2017

Ken De Dycker, elder statesmen of MXGP, is back on Honda .... and back @ the 24MX Lucas Oil team. The Lion of Leuven - 33 next month - found himself without a ride when the J-Tech Suzuki team closed its doors on Sunday evening for personal reasons - believed to be health concerns within the management structure - and has been immedately snapped up by his old team. The future of double 150 Euro champ Emil Weckman, currently 29th in EMX125, is unclear.

ANDO AT THE DOUBLE | 21.05.2017

The boy done good ! Brad Anderson posted an emphatic double in the EMX300 opener with victory again this morning in moto two: "I knew Mike Kras would be stronger this morning after they graded the track, and that Italian came across me again at the start, but I caught Mike halfway through and could take command as the track roughened up again. I've got to dedicate this one to Tom Brown; just wish he could have been here." Red plate for the Verde KTM legend, but for how long ? "I'm not going to Russia; I just hope they call it off with only seven riders wanting to go." One of those is Kras !


The AMA PC pin-stripes have fined Zach Osborne seven and a half grand for the pass on Joey Savatgy which clinched him the East Coast SX title in Vegas Saturday evening. Guilty of "endangering life and limb" or tough guy hero ? Decide for yourselves @ 2:45 on

IT'S OTTOBIANO | 23.03.2017

Just in five minutes ago; Maggiora is gone, the Italian GP on June 24/25 will be held at Ottobiano, the sand track close to Pavia, 50 miles south-west of Milano, which has hosted the final round of the Internazionali d'Italia in recent years. Jeffrey Herlings will be delighted; back to where he broke his hand last month ! Better get booking rooms quick ;-) Got mine before I told you LMFAO

ANYBODY'S RACE | 19.03.2017

It's anybody's race this afternoon in Patagonia after a hectic qualification. Tim Gajser ruled MXGP quali all the way from Jeremy Van Horebeek, but sly old fox Toni Cairoli put in his fastest laps at the end, while timed practice fast man Romain Febvre had to recover from a first lap get-off and half of the favourites - Max Nagl, Clement Desalle, Gautier Paulin, Max Anstie & Jeffrey Herlings - were storming back through the pack after getting tangled up turn one. Pauls Jonass controlled MX2 from the front on his favourite going, but Julien Lieber & Jeremy Seewer were hauling after slipping off early on. Should be good !

 | 05.03.2017

When the going gets tough, the tough get going ..... and no-one is as tough as Shaun Simpson ! Lierop, Lommel, Assen, Pangkal Pinang - the toughest races in the world and the winner each time has been Braveheart ! "I knew I could win it already in the first few laps when I was still running fourth." Even the Scot ground to a temporary halt on the final lap but adrenalin, a heart pumping blood like it had gone out of fashion and tough highland thighs got Shaun through where others would have wilted. The second MXGP moto was cancelled after the red flags went out for MX2 with Jeremy Seewer the winner and Julien Lieber the neew points leader. Indonesia was tough ... and the tough guys won !

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