This coming Sunday and next Wednesday find a channel or stream that will beam the last two rounds of a brilliant MXGP contest. It’s going down to the wire and there were even more talking points after a gripping final Grand Prix in Italy last weekend: crashes, smashes, teamplay and dirty riding and 3 points between it all.
Look no further than the drama Jeffrey Herlings brings to MXGP for some of the most fascinating stories in the sport but was his physical gamble in Belgium last weekend as risky as they come?
MXGP 2021 is finally running and two riders are already marking a better pace.
MXGP begins again on June 13th. The world championship last raced on November 8th 2020. The Grand Prix of Russia is the first flurry of action in a calendar that will open the throttle and barely back-off (and with some date changes still likely to happen) through the summer and autumn on the charge to at least eighteen rounds. Will riders be nervy, rusty, agitated at Orlyonok? We spoke to the world #2 to find out…
The penultimate round of MXGP gave some scope to appreciate the past, present and future of the sport and as Ben Watson carved a small career milestone it prompted thoughts on the route through to the top for thinning crop of British riders
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The #222 just doesn’t fancy another ‘2’. Tony Cairoli leads MXGP for the eleventh year in a row after the final exhaustive run at Faenza. Surprised? Unlikely, but did Jeffrey Herlings throw away an already strange championship or are his rivals playing a better hand?