• WorldSBK Blog

    The Turnaround

    Back in April we were all placing bets on when, not if, Alvaro Bautista would wrap up the 2019 WorldSBK title. The optimists amongst us were pointing out that there was a long way to go in the season but it looked as though it was Bautista’s championship to…
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  • WorldSBK Blog

    A brief flutter or a new affair?

    Fantastic racing and a strong set of victories for Michael van der Mark last weekend. What did Graeme make of it all from the circuit service road? What does this mean for MVDM in SBK & MotoGP? Can the Yamaha run continue?
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    MXoN: So, who do you reckon?

    Motocross of Nations-time. Some thoughts on the annual flagship event for the sport and also who might be standing on top of the podium come Sunday afternoon
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  • AMA Blog

    State of the Nation(s)

    Tomac, C-team, apathy, costs and more debate. Steve Matthes tackles some of the issues surrounding Team USA and a fragile theme of participation in the 2017 Motocross of Nations
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  • MXGP

    Searle frustrated by fresh MXGP delay

    Tommy Searle (28 today) talks of a broken metacarpal that will delay his first MXGP appearance this year by four weeks. The Monster Energy DRT Kawasaki racer and British Champ gives some exclusive words
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    Searle full speed with MXGP return

    We caught up with British Champion Tommy Searle in the midst of his rehab period from surgery on a left ACL rupture and when the 26 year old will be making his MXGP bow on the Monster Energy Dixon Racing Team Kawasaki in 2017
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Let’s Dream Big

"There’s always a moment in a budding rider’s career when you are left in little doubt this person is something out of the ordinary." Neil Morrison explains that Brad...
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