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ROMAIN FEBVRE INJURED
UPDATED | 28.05.2016
ROMAIN FEBVRE INJURED<br />
   UPDATED

It's still too early to tell how serious but Romain Febvre pulled out of this afternoon's MXGP qualification in Talavera with his left arm hanging down; the world champion had been shadowing Shaun Simpson in the top six when the Scot's KTM shed its chain. The Yamaha man went down and was run over by Toni Cairoli in an incident which completely reshuffled the leaderboard. Tim Gajser clinched an impressive pole, Cairoli got back on for sixth, one ahead of Jake Nicholls. Yamaha UPDATE "Nothing broken but a lot of pain. Romain will try to race tomorrow." SUNDAY MORNING UPDATE: 17th in warm-up, lot of pain but Le Petit Prince WILL RACE (y)



COURTNEY DUNCAN UPDATE
... out until August | 15.05.2016
COURTNEY DUNCAN UPDATE<br />
   ... out until August

Courtney Duncan is definitely out of the race for the WMX world title. JCR Altherm Yamaha team manager Josh Coppins confirmed: "Courtney has a torn thumb ligament that's had to be pinned, also a fractured ankle but that's not as serious and she just has to wear an othopaedic boot. We'll be back for the final round in Switzerland in August." The photographer who caused the 20 year old Kiwi to crash at Teutschenthal will be back on track quicker; she only got a four race ban for her stupidity.

THE COURTNEY DUNCAN AFFAIR
.... in the cold light of day | 09.05.2016
THE COURTNEY DUNCAN AFFAIR<br />
 .... in the cold light of day

Courtney Duncan is in the air home to New Zealand at the moment and is scheduled to have operations on both her left hand and right ankle if necessary after she was bizarrely crashed out by an errant dumb bitch photographer whilst leading the opening moto of the German round of the WMX world series at Teutschenthal on Saturday afternoon.

KO FOR COURTNEY DUNCAN | 08.05.2016
KO FOR COURTNEY DUNCAN

Courtney Duncan, the Kiwi girl whose phenomenal speed had made her hot favourite for the WMX world title, is on her way home after being the victim of an irresponsible Italian photographer yesterday. Courtney had just taken the lead in the opening moto at Teutschenthal when she leapt over the famous turning jump into the valley where the fast riders leap across the apex of the turn and clipped a photographer who was stupidly standing in her path. Courtney tumbled down the hill before bravely remounting to finish 12th, but left the track this morning and will not race today. She has aggravated a thumb injury, and, more seriously, damaged her right ankle. Unable to put any weight on the ankle this morning, she and mentor Josh Coppins immediately packed up and returned to Belgium, where she will seek an early flight back to New Zealand; she had initially intended to remain in Europe until the next WMX round at St Jean D'Angely on June 4/5.

READY TO RUMBLE | 18.04.2016
READY TO RUMBLE

Tim Gajser and Romain Febvre were again the dominant forces in MXGP as the series reached round five 5500 feet up in the Mexican plateau at Leon. The dynamic duo shared top points to remain separated by three in the series, withg third-placed Toni Cairoli already a further 45 back ! Yes, Jeffrey Herlings did win MX2, but Max Anstie lost a 2-2 when his Husky expired with a bang two laps from the end of race one.

HALF CENTURY HERLINGS | 28.03.2016
HALF CENTURY HERLINGS

Jeffrey Herlings racked up his half century of GP wins at Valkenswaard today. Hardly a surprise as the 21 year old Nederlander hass never lost a points race at the Eurocircuit, and this was his SEVENTH maximum 50 point GP score at the facility where he scored his first GP win at the age of 15. The Bullit had to haul in KTM teammate Pauls Jonasss for the first moto win, then led race two all the way to win by a third of a lap.

GAUTIER PAULIN AT VALKENSWAARD ? | 15.03.2016
GAUTIER PAULIN AT VALKENSWAARD ?

Gautier Paulin faces a race against time to be fit in time for the Valkenswaard GP at Easter after crashing whilst practising at Lommel, fracturing a vertebrae and breaking a rib. The GP at the Eurocircuit was the one bright light in an otherwise disappointing 2015 season for the Frenchman; even though the tall Frenchman eventually finished series runner-up he was rarely on the pace, but used his sand skills at Valkenswaard to disguise the fact that he felt uncomfortable on the compact CRF450. The vertebrae fracture is allegedly clean, and there is every chance that Paulin will be able to race next week, but the double dose of pain will probably cost him his chances of victory at the fast, bumpy Eurocircuit.

TRIPLE TOP | 28.02.2016
TRIPLE TOP

The first GP is run .. with sensational double wins for Tim Gajser, Jeffrey Herlings and Courtney Duncan. Shaun Simpson and Tommy Searle both top seven. Roll on Thailand - on our way !

THE PANDA WILL RACE ! | 26.02.2016
THE PANDA WILL RACE !

Clement Desalle WILL race in Qatar ! After passing the FIM fitness test - ten press ups - he rode five slow exporatory laps in free practice, the fastest 23 seconds off the pace, and has sat out timed practice, but he will go to the gate in qualification and race tomorrow and hope for DNFs. KRT team owner Thierry Chizat Suzzoni: "There are only 21 riders; any points might count at the end of the season !"

THE PANDA WILL TRY | 24.02.2016
THE PANDA WILL TRY

Less than two weeks after breaking his left forearm Clement Desalle will attempt to ride the opening GP in Qatar this weekend. KRT team manager Francois Lemariey: "Clement has a clean break, and Doctor Claes considers that it's similar to a collarbone injury and he can recover faster than expected. He did some cycling this weekend, and is working daily to recover. He will ride the practice sessions and, depending on how he feels and the results, we will then decide whether or not he will race the GP. There is no pressure on any parties, but we also donít want to have any regrets later; if it's possible for him to race safely, we just want to collect some important points for the series during the first two GPs; maybe these points will be important at the end of the championship."

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