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... debut on Wilvo Yamaha @ Lille | 20.10.2016

After two years in the US Arnaud Tonus returns to GP action in 2017 as Shaun Simpson's teammate at Wilvo Yamaha, and the Swiss debuts in his new colours at the Paris-Lille SX in the Pierre Mauroy stadium on November 12-13. Coming off superb 450 debuts at Glen Helen and Maggiora, where he was second in class to Jeffrey Herlings. the 25 year old joins Tommy Searle and Killian Auberson in the Rest of the World team for the French classic, now in its third year in Lille, just over an hour from Calais on the Belgian frontier. Marvin Musquin, Romain Febvre, Suzuki debutant Justin Barcia and Malcolm Stewart are the big names, but, back on decent food in Europe, don't discount Arnaud. Tickets for the Lille race can be had from 49.50 @


Speedwise Ken Roczen carried on where he left off in the Nationals when he made his Honda debut at the Monster Cup last night but the 22 year old left the Monster Million in Vegas when, sandwiched between two wins, he crashed out while leading race two and was lucky, oh so lucky, not to get the CRF in his back - the thin line between success and hospital ! Check out the crash @ His exit left the way clear for Eli Tomac to take home a hundred grand in a tight three-way battle with Ryan Dungey and Marvin Musquin which was anybody's right to the final lap. Full results @ "More"

20 GPs in 2017 | 15.10.2016

Wholesale upgrades, and an increase not just from 18 to 19 but to 20 GPs in 2017, are the latest developments on the GP calendar which hopefully is now set in concrete. Certainly was busy as hell yesterday as teams rushed to save rooms for next year. Uddevalla was already back on the Provisional list in June, but Russia and Portugal are added and there no less than NINE date changes ! Charlotte is confirmed, but is on the list to race Sunday and the Matterley Nations is now confirmed for September 30/October 1. WMX venues have also been changed, and no news yet on who now races where in the Euros. Full list, with amendments in heavy type, at "More"

MATTERLEY NATIONS 2017 | 28.09.2016

The Nations is back in Britain next year ! Less than a day after YS cancelled their contract with Glen Helen, Matterley Basin, where YS is joint promotor with Steve Dixon, has been named as replacement for the 2017 Nations, planned on the most recent provisional calendar for the weekend of September 30/October 1. Glen Helen was dropped after dismal crowds and lack of promotion at the GPs, but there are no such concerns for a Nations in Britain, where massive crowds attended Foxhills in 1998, Matterley in 2006 and Donington in 2008. Matterley was already pencilled in for 2019, and an alternative for the USA is being sought for that year. 2018 is at Assen, 2020 in France and 2021 Maggiora; the biggest race of the year must go to sure-fire success venues !

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