After wrapping up the New Zealand enduro title overall this year, finishing an eighth outright at the Australian Four-Day Enduro and scoring three top-five finishes in the Australian off-road series, Whangamata’s Jason Davis really didn’t have a lot more left to prove in 2010.
Fiat Yamaha riders Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi put in a superb team performance at the Grand Prix of Portugal on the Estoril circuit at the weekend, the 17th round of 18 in the series, taking first and second respectively to deliver Yamaha its third consecutive Triple Crown with the Team, Rider and Manufacturers’ titles.
American supercross riders Justin Brayton, Josh Hansen and Kevin Windham once again claimed all podium positions in round three of the Monster Energy Super X in Launceston on Saturday in the always exciting ‘Survival’ final format.
After the late call-up to join the Kiwi team, the New Zealand International Six Days Enduro crew swung into action to get Paeroa’s Chris Power to Mexico.
What bike would Kiwi superbike star Tony Rees be likely to line up with when he next races at the Tarawera 100 cross-country dirt bike race?
American Kevin Windham, who finished second overall in this year’s AMA world supercross championship, has confirmed that he will extend his stay in Australia so he can compete in round three of the Monster Energy Australasian Super X Championships in Launceston this Saturday night.
The International Six Days Enduro in Mexico is about to kick off and you can lend your support to the Kiwi team.
It may be Rugby World Cup time but party central is firmly booked in for the Manawatu region in 2011.
The name Jason Jones is likely one you’ll be hearing a lot more about before this summer is over.
It may be a couple of steps down from the No.1 position he achieved last season, but New Zealand’s Paul Whibley still finished the 2010 season ranked among the world’s elite off-road motorcycle racers.