Red Bull KTM Factory rider Antonio Cairoli goes into this weekend’s MXGP of The Netherlands, the 18th round of 19 set for the MotoGP circuit in Assen, with one thing on his mind, and that is his ninth motocross world championship.
Nobody wants to let Bay of Plenty man Tony Rees grow old gracefully, but he’s only got himself to blame for that.
Italy’s Valentino Rossi will be unable to take part in this weekend’s Italian MotoGP race, the Gran Premio Tribul Mastercard di San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini, at Misano.
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Young Australian rider Hunter Lawrence had the best moto finish of his career at the weekend’s United States MXGP in Florida.
Italy’s Antonio Cairoli has perhaps just one week to wait until he’s world champion once again.
The respective teams from New Zealand, the United States, France, Italy, Germany, Belgium, Ireland, Great Britain, Switzerland and Peurto Rico have been named and now it’s just a matter of them getting together – along with the teams from 30 or so other countries – in England in a few weeks’ time, to sort out which is the best motocross country in the world.
Otaki’s Dillon Telford made it to the top step of the podium at the Mugello race circuit, in Italy, last weekend.
Italy’s Valentino Rossi, possibly the greatest MotoGP rider of all time, has been hospitalised after a motocross/enduro bike accident, with reports suggesting he has broken his right leg.