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Dylan Ferrandis makes a surprise return to racing in Latvia this weekend, seven weeks after injuring his shoulder in Thailand: "I rode my bike just a couple of times this week but I feel ready to get back to racing. I will have no pressure for this comeback and will not take any risks; the goal is to be back at the start gate, race and do my best. I know that I will need several races to return to my best form but I'm prepared to be patient." The French youngster has happy memories of Kegums; he was a vital member of the victorious Nations team there in 2014.

READY TO RUMBLE | 18.04.2016

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.


Overseas GPs relish the Friday presentations in the same way a bit of colour was the norm half a century back in Europe. The Leon showground was in the shadow of the Calzada de los Heroes, situated at the end of a tree-lined boulevard with water fountains at its feet and erected 123 years ago to celebrate the heroes of the revolution. There was refreshing turnout of modern day heroes, and we couldn't resist a snap of the Anstie family to celebrate the occasion.

BEN WATSON CROCKED :( | 11.04.2016

Ben Watson faces several weeks out of action after breaking three bones in the instep of his left foot during Sunday morning warm-up in Argentina: "I don't really know what happened; I don't even know how long I was lying there after being knocked out for a while." The young Brit appeared to lose the front wheel in soft dirt as he set to scrub the same downhill jump which claimed Toni Cairoli last year: "There was a hard lip on take-off there, so I guess that sent me over the bars." With his leg set in plaster to the knee, the next concern would be the plane home: "The doctor has put felt in the plaster so that it can absorb any swelling, and given me a note to say it's ok to fly, so we'll hope for the best."
The second motos in Patagonia were bad for all the Brits: Max Anstie lost second when his Husky quit under him, Tommy Searle had blood streaming down his face and gear after going over the bars, and Shaun Simpson lost top 6 when he found neutral in the air.

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