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WHOOPS, BEN ;-) | 17.11.2014

Ben Watson splattered the whoops on his way to winning a pit bike in the "Paris SX" 100 miles away in Lille - don't try to explain it, they're French, they can't help it ! Click to take a look at the most exhilerating gallery from the Stade de Pierre-Mauroy. Enjoy !

KING ELI | 16.11.2014

Eli Tomac went through the card for the second day in a row to complete a perfect weekend during the inaugural eldition of the "Paris" Supercross in Lille. The 22 year old emphasised his technical dominance in the Superpole; trailing Justin Barcia by a quarter of a second at the split he hammered through the whoops and combination, then wheelied over the final obstacle to pull back three quarter of a second in a track on BamBam and more on the rest. Ben Watson suffered abysmal starts as his Revo Hitachi Toomer bogged on local pump fuel after the team canister was nicked overnight, but a last lap pass salvaged third overall to earn the Nottnum lad a pit bike to take home for the season. Nice !


Eli Tomac showed devastating superiority all evening in SX1 at Lille this evening as Ben Watson put in two heroic rides in SX2, shrugging off a nasty cut on the chin from race one to finish the evening third against the French hordes and become the first Brit to podium in the "Bercy" SX since Max Anstie. USA finished the evening 1-2-3-4 in the final SX1 after Christophe Pourcel and Dylan Ferrandis, second and fifth in the opener, each went down on the opening lap in the final thriller for the capacity 22,000 audience. After bad starts and collisions Justin Brayton finally got his act together for second in the closing race but was the first to admit: "Nobody could run with Eli tonight; he was awesome !"

.... Honda and Kawasaki can think again
 | 30.10.2014

KTM and Jeffrey Herlings have put everybody out of their misery with the announcement that the 20 year old Dutch kid will remain with Mattighofen until at least the end of 2017, thus ending all speculation that the other factories, in particular Honda and Kawasaki, would be getting involved in a bidding war for the Bullit's move to MXGP in 2016. The burning question to be resolved now is where will number 84 pit as he has made no secret of the fact that he does not envy riding out of Italy in the same camp as TC#222. Time will tell :D

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