Teutschenthal in the former East Germany is a traditional stop on the MXGP calendar and it may once again host the Motocross of Nations too.
Mangakino’s Kayne Lamont is fighting back.
The 21-year-old former New Zealand MX2 champion has been back on his beloved Yamaha only two months now and almost 100 percent recovered from two serious smashes near the start of the year.
It’s the ‘State of Origin’ of motocross this weekend.
Expect the country’s most talented motocross riders to put aside their traditional rivalries and brand allegiances as they instead band together to race under provincial colours, all for a good cause that will benefit the entire motorcycling community.
Motorcycles are being tuned up all around the country in anticipation of another stunning season of road-racing ahead in 2016.
Britain’s Jonathan Rea said he put thoughts of protecting his sizeable championship lead to one side as he chased down Italian Davide Giugliano in race two in Misano to secure his 11th victory from 16 races.
The steep German GP track at Teutschenthal demanded respect, throttle control and patience this weekend as many riders came undone in their efforts to make a statement at this 10th round of 18 in the FIM Motocross World Championship.
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An extra trip across the Tasman Sea could be in order for Kiwi motocross fans in 2018.
It has been announced that the 2018 FIM Junior Motocross World Championship will take place in Horsham, Australia, with an actual date yet to be decided.