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The Team USA withdrawal for the 2020 #mxon must raise further questions over the fixture that has been moved from France to the UK and to Matterley Basin for the second time in the last four years. Although the 2001 edition went fine without the U.S., 2002 was a shell of an event
2021 rider signings dropping like sweat in a July Jerez paddock. Pol Espargaro confirmed at HRC, Alex Marquez to LCR Honda, Cal Crutchlow into temporary wilderness and Franco Morbidelli gets two more years at Petronas SRT Yamaha. #motogp #racing #motorcycle
No Italy in that list? Franciacorta and Maggiora were pretty big
Not only are we back on Twitter (that Trump fella put us off for a bit there) but we are back with a completely new and redesigned website which now includes a dedicated off-road/enduro forum. Let us know what you think...https://t.co/iiVmEgFxL1
"You know me... I am up for anything." Steve Dixon speaks about running the 2020 Motocross of Nations! https://t.co/oEHneNSu4K
"The risks were too great." Ernee on why they decided to pull out of the 2020 Motocross of Nations. https://t.co/VIgDtY7fxx
A very weird shape for #mxgp #motocross 2020. Too many changes to list so here's the outlook. The #mxon being shifted to Matterley Basin in the UK seems like a radical attempt to keep the event alive (looks tricky if many teams cannot travel, e.g. Team USA). Limited fans allowed.