A new calendar coming, a June start date, one-day MXGP formats and fingers crossed for eighteen diverse dates for 2021 MXGP
MX2 to MXGP. 250 to 450 and often pushed by a 23rd birthday: why do some riders fly in the premier class and others take seasons to make it work? What lies in store for the two Grand Prix winners that make the move for 2021?
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
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?
The FIM World Championship barrels ahead with the first of six rounds at two circuits in Italy this month. Here are some of the comings-and-goings we saw at Monte Coralli in Faenza as Jeffrey Herlings took his strongest step yet to world title #5
Latvia helped 2020 MXGP bank three more rounds to take the total up to five for the season so far. Did the Grands Prix of Latvia, Riga and Kegums set an example for other countries to follow?
“This is a s**t sport sometimes”. It was hard to forget the words of one prominent factory team manager yesterday at Kegums for what should have been a day of celebration as MXGP fired up again. But what did he mean?