MXGP of Italy
Team HRC’s Tim Gajser continued his good recent form with a second-placed finish in the MXGP of Italy qualification race, held at the historic Maggiora track in the northern region of Italy. Teammate Mitch Evans, had to come through the field to finish 12th, but there was very little passing… read more.
After winning the last five motos, Team HRC’s Tim Gajser is looking to extend that winning streak at the seventh round of the 2022 MXGP World Championship, held at the prestigious Maggiora track in northern Italy. Having hosted some of the most memorable moments in motocross history, the hillside venue… read more.
Team HRC’s Tim Gajser kept hold of the championship-leading red-plate, after a rain storm hit the beautiful Maggiora track before his second race. Unfortunately, the weather meant the track in northern Italy turned from a pristine circuit into a mud-fest, and it made the moto a battle for survival in… read more.
The third round of the 2021 FIM World Motocross Championship takes place at the old-school venue of Maggiora, Italy and Team HRC’s Tim Gajser heads there holding the red-plate and an all-important 15-point lead over his nearest rival. Having won three of the four motos held so far this year,… read more.
Team France, with their three riders Gautier Paulin from Team HRC and his teammates Romain Febvre and Benoit Paturel, took a third successive Motocross of Nations victory today by the tightest of margins. In his opening race in the Open class, Paulin finished third on his CRF450RW, and backed up… read more.
Team HRC’s Gautier Paulin qualified second in the Open class in which he is competing aboard the Honda CRF450RW for the 2016 Motocross of Nations. The Team France rider, who alongside his two teammates are the defending Nations winners from last year, started strongly and immediately launched himself into second.… read more.
Once again, both Gautier Paulin and Evgeny Bobryshev have been selected to represent their countries of France and Russia at the Motocross of Nations, riding the CRF450RW at this ‘Olympics of motocross’. Not long after finishing the 2016 MXGP season in America, those selected riders will be back in action… read more.
Gautier Paulin finished third in race two at the MXGP of Italy today amid thunderstorms that made track conditions very tough. Terrible weather at the start of the day meant that the track was waterlogged and incredibly muddy. As a result, only ten riders went out on track for the… read more.
Evgeny Bobryshev set the fastest lap of the qualifying race in Italy today but crossed the line in fourth after a first corner incident involving both he and Gautier Paulin that demoted the Team HRC pairing to the back of the pack. Bobryshev was also fastest in the Timed Practice… read more.
The 2016 Honda CRF450R and CRF250R were revealed today at the MXGP of Italy by Team HRC riders Gautier Paulin and Evgeny Bobryshev and Honda Gariboldi’s Tim Gajser and Jorge Zaragoza. Joining them in the reveal were HRC’s General Manager for MXGP Roger Harvey and Honda Motor Europe’s Off-Road Manager… read more.
The 2015 FIM Motocross World Championship reaches its halfway point this weekend with round nine, the MXGP of Italy, held at the classic Maggiora track on 13-14 June. There has been a short break since the MXGP of France two weeks ago, and Team HRC have made the most of… read more.
Having finished a strong fifth in today’s opening race, marking a return to the Bobryshev we’re all used to seeing, Evgeny suffered more heartbreak on the opening lap of the second race. Just three corners from the start, he was forced to slow to avoid another bike mid-corner and as… read more.
As Evgeny Bobryshev continues his return to form off-the bike, so the results follow on the bike. After finishing the timed practice fourth fastest, Bobby followed that up with fourth in the qualifying race this afternoon. Feeling at his strongest so far this season, he completed a great deal of… read more.
Team HRC head to Maggiora for the MXGP of Italy this weekend with Evgeny Bobryshev on a lone CRF450RW as Max Nagl will delay his return to the Championship after his injury back in April. Max and the team have taken the decision not to risk a premature return, especially… read more.