MXGP of Germany
Motorsportclub Teutschenthal e.V., Straße des Friedens, Teutschenthal, Germany - View in Google Maps
Team HRC’s Evgeny Bobryshev took his second podium of the season in Germany today with a stunning performance to take third overall, and he stood alongside fellow HRC rider Tim Gajser of the Honda Gariboldi Racing squad for the second double-HRC podium of the season. Bobby came home eighth in… read more.
Evgeny Bobryshev continued to demonstrate his guts and determination today, riding the #777 CRF450RW on an incredibly rough and physical track with a shoulder that is still less than 100 per cent after last weekend’s crash that nearly ruled him out of the MXGP of Latvia. Seventh fastest in timed… read more.
After a determined ride at the MXGP of Latvia last weekend, Evgeny Bobryshev is ready to do battle again this weekend at the MXGP of Germany, round seven of the FIM Motocross World Championship. The Russian is hopeful that his shoulder will be fine again after his qualifying crash in… read more.
Gautier Paulin took to podium again today with a fantastic performance that saw him finish third in the opening race at Teutschenthal today and take a race victory in the second. Both Paulin and Bobryshev had great pace yesterday, and it translated today to move the Team HRC duo up… read more.
Evgeny Bobryshev scored his second qualifying race victory of the 2015 MXGP season today in dominant fashion, showing blistering pace to run away at the front in Germany. Both he and Gautier Paulin made good starts at Teutschenthal and were in second and fifth at the first corner. Both riders… read more.
The MXGP of Germany this coming weekend represents the start of the second half of the Motocross World Championship season, being as it is round ten of 18, and Team HRC are hopeful of delivering on the promise shown at recent rounds. The Teutschenthal track has been a happy hunting… read more.
It’s been a weekend to remember for Max Nagl. Making his return to the Motocross World Championship after missing five races, he took his first holeshot of the season, won his debut comeback race, and finished second overall. All in front of his legions of home fans. After showing good… read more.
Local hero Max Nagl made his Grand Prix return today and, still not feeling 100 per cent, finished a quite remarkable third in the qualifying race for tomorrow’s MXGP of Germany. Having missed five races since being involved in a crash in testing in Holland in which he suffered a… read more.
Max Nagl makes a welcome return to the MXGP grid for his home Grand Prix in Teutschenthal, Germany this weekend. Nagl hasn’t featured for Team HRC since a crash in testing in April, but will climb aboard his Honda CRF450RW once more in front of his home fans. Unfortunately as… read more.