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Word from HRC - Tim Gajser was injured today following a crash during the MX1 race of the "Internazionali d'Italia" final round in Mantova. After a first assessment of his condition locally, the 21-year-old Slovenian rider was transported to the nearby Carlo Poma hospital to perform a series of evaluations and scans, which gave a clearer picture of his condition. Gajser was conscious, he interacted with the medical staff and showed full body movement; results from MRI scans to head and cervical spine were clear. Gajser is currently undergoing a surgical operation to repair two fractures in his jaw bone. More updates will follow through HRC as soon as more information becomes available, but it's been a bad year so far for HRC - not yet the end of February and all they have left are Calvin Vlaanderen and Cole Seely.

TEASY'S TUMBLE | 10.02.2018

Timely warning to grow old gracefully from ex-pat Paul Teasdale, chief mechanic for the official Kawasaki and Yamaha teams Down Under in recent years. Yesterday Teasy posted a snap of two of his prize 450Fs with the comment "Hmm which one to ride tomorrow #monsterkawasaki or #sercoyamaha it's been a while!!! at Cova Hope Island." Twenty-four hours later came the sad follow-up: "Not the way I wanted to finish day at QMP was having so much fun on the @sercoyamaha then big one, 6 broken ribs broken shoulder blade and a bit of blood on my lung cheers @shanksyb and @troycarroll for looking after things for me at Gold Coast University Hospital - GCUH." Get well soon, Teasy !

SAVE THE SWISS GP | 09.02.2018

A number of self-centred individuals, the sort whose sole intent in life is to deny the rest of the population enjoyment, are trying to prevent, against the will of the local authorities, the Swiss GP in August through legal procedure. A petition has been set up to fight their evil aims; you can sign it @
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OFF TO THE ANDES | 23.01.2018

Four weeks from now the stars of world motocross will be packing their bags to jet off to South America for the opening GP at Villa La Angostura, a three hour flight even from Argentine capital Buenos Aires, high up in the foothills of the Andes. The gloves will be off and 28 MXGP and 29 MX2 regulars have signed up along with half a dozen locals per class. MXGP is already two down with Brian Bogers (foot) and Valentin Guillod (leg) out for the duration, while Standing Construct are on hold with Kevin Strijbos too after the Belgian fractured a collarbone last week. How many more will be gone before the end of the warm-up races ? Scroll down to see who has signed up for Argentina ... and their new (old) numbers.

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