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BEN WATSON HITS THE SX BIG-TIME | 27.10.2014
BEN WATSON HITS THE SX BIG-TIME

Ben Watson has signed up to race the Lille Supercross on November 15/16 as the lone non-French European in the biggest event of the winter. The 17 year old, facing up to a full MX2 GP campaign in 2015 after winning EMX2 motos last summer, will contest the SX Tour races as guest rider along with Maxime Desprey against the top dozen French 250 specialists. Another new name headed across the Atlantic to race is Malcolm Stewart.

PARIS GOT MOVED | 21.10.2014
PARIS GOT MOVED

Paris has officially moved closer to the UK this winter as next month's Bercy Supercross will not held on the banks of the Seine, but in the covered football arena of FC Lille, an hour's drive from Calais. And, with greater seating capacity of 40,000 for each show, there are still tickets available for the two day extravaganza, the highlight of the European winter months. Racing takes place Saturday evening November 15 and Sunday afternoon November 16.

RV - IN HIS OWN WORDS | 07.10.2014
RV - IN HIS OWN WORDS

Ryan Villopoto has now explained at great length on his own home page just how it came about that, after four consecutive years of domination, he will be leaving the bright lights of supercross behind to race MXGP in 2015. RV is very open, but perhaps the most amazing revelation he makes is "Most of all, I'm just trying to go over there and really enjoy this last year. This is a one-time deal. I am going to finish my career win or lose after this next season… But I’d love to win and leave on top." Click "More" for the entire text

TIM GAJSER OUT OF THE NATIONS | 28.09.2014
TIM GAJSER OUT OF THE NATIONS

Tim Gajser, saviour of the Slovenian team in yesterday's Nations qualification as he stormed to fourth in the Open class race, is out of today's big race. The teenager had crashed heavily during free training but insisted on racing before going for a full medical check which revealed broken C5 and C6 vertebrae. Get well soon, kid !

ADIEU, NAMESAKE :( | 27.09.2014
ADIEU, NAMESAKE :(

The German MX world is in shock this weekend at the news of the sudden death of Alex Daum, editorial mainstay of the monthly magazine "Cross"; the 31 year old passed away as the result of an blood clot on the lung. In addition to his unceasing input to "Cross" the talented artist also produced the cartoon motifs for stickers for a host of riders; my own Mr Magoo motif came from his pen. Gonna miss you buddy !

A WALK IN THE PARQUE | 13.09.2014
A WALK IN THE PARQUE

Competitors in the Mexican GP were presented to the Leon public today with local dignitaries including the mayor and the governeur of Guanajuato province before parading the town in 4WD pickup trucks and ending the public awareness promotion with an autograph session in a shopping centre. Latinos know how to get the message across that world MX is in town ! Incidentally, after a thorough examination by Yamaha's doctor in Leon, Jeremy Van Horebeek will start on Sunday.

JERRE IN LEON | 09.09.2014
JERRE IN LEON

.... but sadly probably not to race ! Jeremy Van Horebeek flew into Leon this morning local time (6 hours behind UK) but the MXGP world number two was still hobbling :( Jerre, having made sure of second in the world, had initially planned to fly back to Belgium, but had to bin that idea: "There wasn't a single seat back from Sao Paulo until the end of the week. I've got an appointment to see a specialist in Leon at four o'clock this afternoon, and we'll take it from there. Perhaps I can get a flight home from here."

NATIONS LINE-UP | 28.08.2014
NATIONS LINE-UP



Just a month to go to the 2014 Motocross des Nations and 33 nations have nominated rider trios to contest this year's event at Kegums in Latvia on September 27/28. Click "More" to see the line-ups for the thirty three nations.

ROAD TO RECOVERY | 15.08.2014
ROAD TO RECOVERY

Back in January whilst preparing for the coming season in Spain Marko Kovalainen was hit in the back by his own bike, shattering his spine and left side and suffering a collapsed lung. The spinal damage was so great that he will remain paralysed but after 12 days in artificial coma and a further month in a special unit, he could be transported back to Finland for ongoing treatment and is now out and about: "Nearly 7 months after my accident I'm finally healthy enough to do some exercise. It just felt so good pump up heart rate a bit. It's still a long road to go but I can see little light at the end of a long tunnel ..." Stay strong, Marko

TARGET MEXICO | 29.07.2014
TARGET MEXICO

"8 days in.. 6,5 weeks to go. In front of schedule" Jeffrey Herlings has not given up hope of that third straight MX2 world title. You can see his first tentative leg exercises on the static cycle by clicking https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=721181374584590&set=vb.111676928868374&type=2&theater FIM chief medical officer David McManus said at the weekend: "I understand that the fracture has been pinned and that his leg is not in plaster; if he is receiving physio and electro treatment, and I would expect that he is, then it is quite possible that his leg will be strong enough by Mexico."


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