New Zealand’s Courtney Duncan is still on target to win her first motocross world championship crown and this is despite her suffering a massive set-back in France at the weekend.
The beautiful Ernée circuit in north-western France hosted round nine of the Motocross World Championships at the weekend, Kawasaki’s Clement Desalle and KTM’s Pauls Jonass winning their respective MXGP and MX2 categories.
The second round of the United States Motocross Championships was raced at Glen Helen in Southern California at the weekend and French rider Marvin Musquin celebrated his career first 450cc class win in the US.
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Husqvarna Australia has announced that SD3 Husqvarna and international star Brett Metcalfe have decided to part ways forthwith, following an impasse regarding future directions for the team.
It’s a tough sporting world when everyone expects you’ll be at your peak before you’re aged 25, and most likely be retired by 35, but that’s the harsh reality for motocross world championship hopefuls.
It has been a busy season for Taikorea’s Paul Whibley, especially for a man who now describes himself as retired.
The world has lost a motorcycling legend with the death of 2006 MotoGP champion Nicky Hayden.
Italy’s Antonio Cairoli scored his 80th career GP overall win to retain the MXGP class red leader’s number board, while Swiss rider Jeremy Seewer edged out the competition with his second career MX2 overall at round eight of the Motocross World Championships in Germany at the weekend.