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XAVIER BOOG STANDS IN FOR RV2 | 23.05.2015
XAVIER BOOG STANDS IN FOR RV2

Xavier Boog stands in for Ryan Villopoto on the KRT KX450F-SR at Matterley this weekend and will also take over the American's bike at Villars-sous-Ecot next weekend. KRT team owner Thierry Chizat Suzzoni: "It was important for us and all our partners to line up two riders for the next GPs, and when Ryan informed us that he could not race the GP of Great Britain we spoke with Bud Racing and Xavier to find a solution for this GP and the next one in France. Of course we know Xavier very well as he spent three seasons with us, and we're happy to welcome him back. He spent two days with the team this week and he knows the Kawasaki as he raced the French series with Kawasaki; he had yet to experience the new suspension and engine but we're sure that he will adapt easily to our bike. We are happy to see once again that there is a good cooperation between Bud and KRT; both teams want to give their best for Kawasaki."

RV2 MISSES MATTERLEY | 20.05.2015
RV2 MISSES MATTERLEY

Ryan Villopoto will NOT be at Matterley Basin this weekend for the British GP. The sad, but almost expected news was revealed this morning by Kawasaki; apparantly the multiple US champion suffered a compression of the L4 vertebrae when he crashed at Arco last month and the bone material has not yet healed sufficiently to allow him to ride. With all hopes of the world title gone, Kawasaki, Monster Energy & Thor are clearly just as interested as Villopoto himself that he be in capable of winning GPs when he can finally return to racing.

DYLAN FERRANDIS OUT | 13.05.2015
DYLAN FERRANDIS OUT

Dylan Ferrandis, currently holding second place in the FIM World MX2 Motocross Championship, will have surgery tomorrow for a knee injury sustained at Talavera and is out of action for an undefined period. The Frenchman, who will turn 21 at the end of this month, twice stubbed the ground with his left foot and felt intense pain in his left knee. He bravely rode in pain to third place in the second race, but back home had once back home in France he had several examinations which revealed damage to the ligaments and meniscus of his left knee. Professor Sonery Cottet, who already took care of him two years ago, will carry out the surgery in Lyon. The injury effectively leaves Jeffrey Herlings leading the series by 84 pooints from KTM teammate Pauls Jonass with Tim Gajser & Valentin Guillod a further eight back.

RV2 SITS OUT TALAVERA
... back home with Aldon Baker to get cured | 05.05.2015
RV2 SITS OUT TALAVERA<br />
   ... back home with Aldon Baker to get cured

Ryan Villopoto will sit out this weekend's Spanish GP at Talavera; the US champion is still suffering from the coccyx injury sustained at Arco last month. He has been unable to sit and train on his Kawasaki KX450F-SR since the accident in Italy and is currently in the USA working with his personal trainer Aldon Baker on an intensive fitness programme to recover from this injury: "My goal is to be back racing as soon as possible, but to have a chance to fight for MXGP wins you must be 100% fit. Together with the Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team we did our best for a prompt recovery, but unfortunately we have to wait a few more days before we'll be back racing."

LIVING FOR THE WEEKEND | 30.04.2015
LIVING FOR THE WEEKEND

There will be no second edition of "Living For The Weekend" this year, but the production group are planning a bigger and better return in 2016 with increased public involvement. Once again six riders will be featured, and the "exceptional six" will be by popular request as fans can vote this year for the riders they wish to be included. The top six after year-long voting will be the stars of the show, and fans are also being encouraged to play a part in the themes which will run through the final product by filing questions they would like specific riders to comment on. Get involved at http://www.livingfortheweekend.mx



EURO CHAMPION'S BIKES STOLEN
... from the Valkenswaard GP paddock | 26.04.2015
EURO CHAMPION'S BIKES STOLEN<br />
   ... from the Valkenswaard GP paddock

Steven Clarke is a non-starter in the second EMX2 moto at Valkenswaard this dinnertime after all four Apico Husqvarna team bikes of the defending champion and teammate Marcus Nilsen were stolen from the Dutch paddock last night. "That's the title gone," declared an exasperated Clarkey as the team started to pack up for the trip home. "I can't even borrow a bike if I could find one, and all we've got left at home are our practice bikes.

RV2 OUT OF VALKENSWAARD | 25.04.2015
RV2 OUT OF VALKENSWAARD

Ryan Villopoto will not participate at the Grand Prix of Europe this weekend; the Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team leader, still in pain from his crash in Italy last weekend, made the decision last night. He is optimistic of returning to action at Talavera in a fortnight, but tomorrow evening he could be facing anything up to a 97 point deficit on the series pacesetter, whoever that may be as the MX Panda, TC#222 and Mighty Max go at it agsain in the Dutch sand.

RYAN VILLOPOTO INJURY UPDATE | 22.04.2015
RYAN VILLOPOTO INJURY UPDATE

Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team leader Ryan Villopoto will make a decision about his participation in this weekend's MXGP of Europe at Valkenswaard in Holland after tests later this week. Villopoto was injured when he crashed during the second race of the GP of Trentino last weekend; he has undergone medical examination this week and has been informed by the doctors that he suffered from a coccyx failure.


BOBBY JOB | 18.04.2015
BOBBY JOB

Evgeny Bobryshev scorched back to form today at Arco di Trento. The Russian topped all timed sessions and was the only front runner to stay on two wheels in the qualifying race for a sensational win. Red plate holder Clement Desalle went down first time over the finish jump, Gautier Paulin sprinted past Ryan Villopoto to run down leader Toni Cairoli before they both went down before Bobby swept past RV2 with four laps to go as TC & Paulin also came back at the American. Max Nagl, usually the man on tracks like this, could only manage 6th after being passed by Romain Febvre, while Shaun Simpson was a strong 7th after difficult timed sessions and Tommy Searle 7th. Adam Sterry came through the pack for second to Maxime Desprey in EMX2 with Michael Eccles 6th after defending champion Steven Clarke went out of second when the rear suspension collapsed :(

NATHAN WATSON TARGETS MATTERLEY | 15.04.2015
NATHAN WATSON TARGETS MATTERLEY

Nathan Watson will miss the next three GPs after breaking a wrist during practice for the opening round of the ADAC Masters at Fürstlich Drehna on Saturday, but the 19 year old has targeted his home GP at Matterley Basin on May 23/24 for a return to action. The IceOne Husky teamster suffered the impact fracture when he landed hard off one of the ski jumps onto sandy but flat ground at the German track. Nathan underwent surgery today and was given a provisional recovery time of 4-6 weeks.

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