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Team HRC’s Max Nagl took a commanding victory on his Honda CRF450RW in the qualifying race for the MXGP of Bulgaria today, meaning he will have first choice of start gate for tomorrow’s opening race. The German made a fantastic start, the result of all the work the team has… read more.
Team HRC’s European adventure continues as the MXGP paddock heads to Bulgaria for round five of the FIM Motocross World Championship this weekend. The northern town of Sevlievo welcomes the world’s very best off-road riders to a track many of them know well, especially Honda’s German ace Max Nagl who… read more.
The Grand Prix of Trentino yielded two top five finishes for Max Nagl today, moving him up a position in the World Championship standings. Max made two strong starts with his CRF450RW, an area on which he and the team have been working hard since the Brazilian GP, and claimed… read more.
Team HRC’s Max Nagl and Evgeny Bobryshev endured mixed fortunes in Saturday’s qualifying race for round four of the World Motocross Championship in Trentino, Italy. Max finished fourth after a strong and consistent race in which he made a great start, while Bobryshev brought his CRF450RW home in 13th place… read more.
Amidst northern Italy’s picturesque mountainous backdrop, Trentino plays host to round four of the FIM Motocross World Championship as the paddock heads to the Arco di Trento track this weekend. It represents the start of the European portion of the season. The hard-pack and rocky track made its MXGP debut… read more.
The forecast rain didn’t materialise at the Beto Carrero track today, but it didn’t make it any easier as the ruts became very deep and caught a number of riders out during the qualifying race. One of those to fall victim to the steep drop-offs of the track was Max… read more.
For round three of the FIM Motocross World Championship, the cream of the crop head to South America this weekend for the MXGP of Brazil. Held at one of the nation’s largest theme parks, Beto Carrero, it’s a typically Brazilian festival of a grand prix. The Beto Carrero track is… read more.
Starting last in the first race, Max Nagl finished a remarkable sixth as he scythed his way through the field. In the second race he made more progress to finish fourth, retaining his second position in the World Championship. Evgeny Bobryshev again suffered with the double-hit of his injured ankle… read more.
Evgeny Bobryshev finished today’s qualifying race in 14th position for Team HRC, whilst teammate Max Nagl was forced out of the 20minute sprint and was classified in 24th position. Bobryshev fought his way through the pack to 14th after not making the best of starts, but thereafter his progress was… read more.