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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 !


2017 | 05.07.2016
2017

There'll be some change for sure, but 2017 will see the world series end in Europe as Charlotte, or wherever (tba), is pulled forward to round 17 .... of 19 ! One more ? probably not, expect something to fall flat and the 19th round is in effect a reserve date (tba). Indonesia for Thailand :( is the only overseas change and moaning team owners will be rubbing their hands at only five overseas, Uddevalla is back, Germany is tba and Matterley Basin is on June 3/4. No WMX in Qatar as they start off in Thailand where the girls can sweat their .... whatever girls sweat ;-)

JOBSWORTHS ! | 18.06.2016
JOBSWORTHS !

The soulless world of Jobsworth beauraucrats ! Flagmen at Matterley this weekend have been ordered to wear white builder's helmets and goggles ! And no, for once a stupid meddling idea to justify their sad existence is not from the cretinous UK H&S brigade ! Steve Dixon: "It's come from the FIM as a try-out for every GP next year." And, while the workers are being pissed about, what do the FIM officials wear ? Cloth caps with a neat logo and headphones, the latter a clear hindrance to their awareness as they couldn't even hear a 450F with a stuck throttle hurtling towards them ! Welcome to the 21st century !

SHAUN SIMPSON OUT OF FRANCE | 05.06.2016
SHAUN SIMPSON OUT OF FRANCE

Shaun Simpson withdrew from the French GP after two practice sessions; the Scot had broken a bone on the outside of his right hand in Spain: "I didn't realise anything was wrong until my hand swelled up in the evening, and I still haven't seen a specialist, just my GP. I tried it one session at a time to see how the pain is as my hand warms up, but this place doesn't forgive mistakes and one slip on the pebbles could be dangerous." Six seconds off in both practices, Shaun packed his bags but it is not expected that his appearances at the Desertmartin Maxxis or the Matterley GP are in danger.

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.

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