Award 2011
MGP Steel
Foxwood Ceramics
Everts & Friends 2013
mxactive.com
Your logo here; link up with mx-pure.com !
MXGP-TV 2014
UFO Ultralight 2.0 Bodyguard
CLARKEY'S NIGHTMARE | 12.07.2014
CLARKEY'S NIGHTMARE

An overzealous Sulivan Jaulin has placed Steven Clarke's relentless surge towards the EMX2 title in danger as the Frenchman pulled down a fistful of riders, including red plate holder Clarkey, at the first turn in the opening moto at Hyvinkää this evening. The Frenchie went into the turn too fast and dug in the front wheel as he tried to turn sharply; local Henric Stigell got dragged down too and Clarkey piled in so hard that he ended up ten yards down the track after going arse over tip. Getting back on almost last the Brit's adventures were still not over: "I was nearly back into the points on lap two when another rider went down in front of me." From dead last he eventually hauled back to 14th, but, with Brent Van Doninck winning from Brian Bogers and Ben Watson surging up the leaderboard to 4th and Adam Sterry 9th, a gaggle of riders have closed down Clarkey's lead to 20 points with three sand motos remaining.

THE RETURN OF THE CROCKSTAR | 27.06.2014
THE RETURN OF THE CROCKSTAR

Gordon Crockard makes a surprise return to the big time this weekend when he turns out for the injury-hit 24MX Honda team in the Belgian championship race at the classic Kester track 20 miles west of Brussels. The 35 year old Ulsterman has not raced this season but stll rides regularly: "They asked me already in April if I was interested to race the GPs but I had to explain that my work with the kids in the 150 European Championship meant that I was not available on those weekends." Gordy knows Kester, an old school ex-GP venue, well from his GP days, and, who knows, if he rides well and Steven Lettani's squad needs a GP man at short notice for the home GP of their main sponsor, Gordon is also no stranger to Uddevalla, having been a GP winner there in his heyday :D

NATH IN, NAT OUT | 19.06.2014
NATH IN, NAT OUT

This weekend's German GP @ Teutschenthal will take place without Nat Kane, but with Nathan Watson who will make his 2014 continental GP debut. The Ulster girl, who carried the WMX red plate last month, has been forced to withdraw as she is still suffering dizziness from a collision at a Swedish National, a handicap which severely affected her performance in France, while Nathan has been drafted in to the IceOne Husqvarna factory squad which had been left without a rider after Tyla Rattray damaged thumb ligaments at Maggiora last weekend.

THE JERRE ! | 14.06.2014
THE JERRE !

After eight consecutive podiums could the Jerre be on his way to his maiden win in MXGP @ Maggiora tomorrow. Fastest all day in the retro decals Rinaldi Yam Jeremy Van Horebeek won MXGP qualification from TC#222 and Steven Frossard as the drizzle which had affected MX2 held off under grey skies. Shaun Simpson pulled a massive holeshot from gate 14 to lead for a lap and a haf before droping back to 9th with Tommy Searle best Brit in 7th and Jake Nicholls 12th. MX2 ? Who else ? The Brits ? Neither Max Anstie nor Mel Pocock finished :(



IT'S NOT GONNA LAST ! | 13.06.2014
IT'S NOT GONNA LAST !

This is the glorious view of Maggiora this morning. Bella Italia, sunshine, sweaty armpits and brunettes - the blondes are fake, m8 LOL But it ain't gonna last. Well, the platinum blondes might if the rinse got fixed properly, but the weather is due to turn this evening. Perhaps not the downpour which raged over Ticino last night, but the meteorologists reckon it's gonna rain, at least until Sunday evening :(


LES DUELS | 01.06.2014
LES DUELS

Cairoli v Desalle in MXGP, Herlings v Tonus in MX2. That is the current state of affairs in world motocross ! Mistakes by Toni Cairoli handed a double win to Clement Desalle @ St Jean D'Angely, but it was business as usual for Jeffrey Herlings with a double win against his nearest rival. Not a good day for the Brits : 15-11 for Mel Pocock, dnf-12 for Max Anstie, 8-10 for Shaun Simpson, 17-6 for Tommy Searle and a solitary point for Jake Nicholls.


BUSINESS AS USUAL | 31.05.2014
BUSINESS AS USUAL

It was business as usual once qualification got started @ St Jean D'Angely with Jeffrey Herlings slaying the MX2 "opposition" and Toni Cairoli making nonsense of his 10th place in timed training as he holeshot from the outside to lead all the way in MXGP. Shaun Simpson put his herad down for 5th, Tommy Searle was 7th and Steve Turner's duo Jake Nicholls and Matiss Karro 11th and 18th from last at the start - look above ! Livi Lancelot walked the WMX opener with Nat Kane a disappointing 6th.

ENGLAND, ENGLAND, ENGLAND | 24.05.2014
ENGLAND, ENGLAND, ENGLAND

It was England all the way in the Euro classes today as Lewis Gregory topped the 300 strokes again on the GL12 Yamaha, Albie Wilkie ran away with the 150s and Ben Watson scorched to a 16 second victory in EMX2 on the Hitachi KTM with a nervous Steven Clarke 4th in defence of the red plate and Adam Sterry 6th despite hitting the ground twice. Gregory still trails Samuele Bernardini 97-110 in the points, but the EMX2 points have tightened up considerably with Watson also now just 13 points down on Clarkey 88-101 with Jorge Zaragoza third on 79. So make sure you're at Matterley early in the morning to see the UK boys kick ass from 10am !

WELCOME TO SUNNY HAMPSHIRE | 24.05.2014
WELCOME TO SUNNY HAMPSHIRE

Matterley Basin is clouded in mist and drizzle this morning and the start of track action has been postposed to 8.30am. Just a pity, with the skies due to clear this afternoon, that the authorities have not acted decisively to start a shortened programme later and save the track. But good weather is forecast for tomorrow, so anybody in doubt, get your arses down here in the morning to see the best riders in the world and cheer on Clarkey and Co in the Europeans.

MATTERLEY LINE-UP | 21.05.2014
MATTERLEY LINE-UP

It will be action all the way at Matterley Basin this weekend with five classes and Steven Clarke bearing the red plate in EMX2 for Britain after sensational performances on the CNC KTM at the first two rounds in Bulgaria and Spain along with Ben Watson, Adam Sterry and Michael Eccles, whilst Lewis Gregory goes for more glory in EMX300 after victory in Spain on the GL12 Yamaha. Jamie Law, Alex Snow, Graeme Irwin and Nathan Watson add to the MXGP ranks, but there are inevitably no UK wild cards in MX2 GP as the likely lads are all in the Euro racing. For the full GP entry list of 29 per class click "More"

Page: 1 2... 6 7 
©2009 by mx-pure.com - All rights reserved!  | Editorial  | Contact 
Your logo here; link up with mx-pure.com !