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Medics have established that Tommy Searle suffered a partial fracture to the L7 lumbar vertebra, probably caused by the strong compression during the impact of his crash on the finish jump during the early stages of the first moto of the Thai GP. The injury had no neurological consequences and the lesion does not need to be stabilized. Searle was able to return to the UK on Monday on a scheduled flight and will undergo further medical examinations in the coming days to assess the time required for him to completely recover: "I'm fine. I'm very sorry but I'm also positive; I will be back soon !" It is the second year in succession that Tommy has been injured at the Thai GP.


The anticipation over the forthcoming MXGP season is vast, and right at the sharp end with increased involvement in 2015 is Ufo Plast. The Toscana-based clothing and plastics giant really made its mark last year with MXGP runner-up Jeremy Van Horebeek and WMX champ Kiara Fontanesi in their stylish gear and for 2015 Clement Desalle, Romain Febvre and David Philippaerts have been added to the crew, while Ufo also step up with an expanded trackside presence. Click on the banner at the head of this page to check out the Ufo range of high quality products.

CANARD CLOSES IN | 08.02.2015

Trey Canard took his second win in three races as the AMA SX waved goodbye to California in San Diego to close down points leaders Ryan Dungey & Ken Roczen as Eli Tomac fell again to give his three rivals breathing space at the top of the charts. Canard made a superb pass on Roczen for the lead as early as lap 4 and held off the German with a controlled ride before putting down the hammer in the last two laps to make sure. Full results @ "More"

... but the Bullit will have little bike time before he gets there ! | 21.01.2015
  ... but the Bullit will have little bike time before he gets there !

Jeffrey Herlings will be at the gate for the opening GP in Qatar five weeks from now, but it will be a close thing for the two times MX2 world champion as his recovery from a broken thigh drags on. "It's taking longer than we expected", admitted KTM sports chief Pit Beirer. "Normally the pin and the other metal should stay in for an entire year; taking them out has slowed down the healing process, but there are also advantages. The down side of taking out the rod is that it is taking longer for the bones to be stable as there is a large hole in the bone once you take out the metal. But the plus side is that, once the bone has healed, Jeffrey doesn't need a further operation and he can start the season without metal in his body. When we worked out the time scale, we knew it would be pretty tight; Jeffrey won't have had much time on a bike before he gets to Qatar but we are sure he will be able to start on February 28."

 | 05.01.2015
GP LINE-UP 2015<br />

Youthstream have announced the OATs - the Officially Approved Teams - for the 2015 GP season, and also the riders who will start the year in Qatar on March 1. A total of seven UK riders will be at the gate - Tommy Searle, Shaun Simpson, Jake Nicholls and Nathan Watson in MXGP, with brother Ben in MX2 making it five riders on Mattighofen bikes together with Steve Dixon's Kawasaki duo Max Anstie and Mel Pocock. Gone from MXGP are Matiss Karro and Tanel Leok, but in come Romain Febvre, Jose Butron, Christophe Charlier. Kei Yamamoto, Alessandro Lupino and Glenn Coldenhoff from MX2 and of course big fish Ryan Villopoto. They are replaced in the 250 class by Euro fighters Brian Bogers, Calvin Vlaanderen, Jorge Zaragoza, Benoit Paturel and of course Ben Watson. A total of 29 riders are listed for MXGP and 31 for MX2. Full list @ "More"

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