MXGP of Spain
Team HRC’s Tim Gajser leads the 2022 MXGP Championship by 66-points after going two-six at a blisteringly hot MXGP of Spain, held just outside the capital of Madrid at the intu-Xanadu Arroyomolinos circuit in front of a packed-out Spanish crowd. Teammate Mitch Evans just missed out on a top 10… read more.
Team HRC’s Mitch Evans was the highest finishing Honda CRF450R rider in today’s MXGP of Spain qualification race after an excellent sixth place result, while championship leader Tim Gajser recovered from an early-race crash to storm through the field and get back to 11th, still giving him a decent gate-pick… read more.
Celebrating five decades of elite motocross heritage, Honda today unveiled a tribute to that prestigious history with a unique CRF450R, to be ridden at the MXGP of Spain this weekend. 50 years after the debut of the 1973 CR250M Elsinore – Honda’s original motocross machine – the bikes ridden by… read more.
Arroyomolinos, Spain will be hosting the ninth round of the 2022 MXGP World Championship this weekend, where both Team HRC riders will be hoping to rebound from a difficult last round and show their true speed once again. For Tim Gajser, that means returning to the form that saw him… read more.
A solid day in Spain, saw Team HRC’s Tim Gajser maintain his third position in the MXGP championship battle after his four-two results gave him third overall at the Intu-Xanadu Arroyomolinos track. Located just outside of Madrid, the venue was packed with new tribunes which the 26,000 Spanish fans filled… read more.
The Intu Xanadu track in Arroyomolinos, near Madrid Spain is hosting the 13th round of what is one of the most highly contested MXGP championships in recent years. Three riders are separated by just 10 points, with Team HRC’s Tim Gajser determined to come out on top in what should… read more.
Team HRC’s Tim Gajser once again increased his championship lead after going three-two for second overall at the MXGP of Spain. Held near the Spanish capital city of Madrid, the Arroyomolinos circuit was a new addition to the 2020 MXGP series and it provided a great back-drop for another impressive… read more.
Team HRC’s Mitch Evans had to retire from the first race at the MXGP of Spain due to a left wrist injury, which he sustained whilst running in fourth position. The Australian misjudged a landing and came down in an awkward position causing him to immediately pull off the race… read more.
After triple-headers in Latvia, Faenza and Mantova, Team HRC and the world motocross championship heads to Arroyomolinos near Madrid, Spain for an intense single round of action at a track that no one has raced on before. Built near the impressive Xanadu shopping mall on the south-west outskirts of Madrid,… read more.