Team HRC MX2 head to France this weekend for the final round of the FIM motocross world championship with stand in MX2 rider, Jed Beaton. Michele Cervellin has been medically ruled out of competition so Beaton will be riding the new 2018 CRF250RW for team HRC this weekend. The last… read more.
Jed Beaton had a much better day on his CRF250RW in Assen for the MXGP of the Netherlands today, as he managed to master the difficult sand track. After getting caught out yesterday with just how rough the circuit was, Beaton refocused overnight and came back stronger today. Although he didn’t… read more.
Tim Gajser #243 and Evgeny Bobryshev #777 of team HRC MXGP had a disastrous day today in Assen aboard their CRF450RW’s at the MXGP of the Netherlands. Gajser’s day initially started off well when he got the fastest time in warm up and then initially ran third in the first… read more.
Jed Beaton took a 17th place finish today in the qualifying race at the MXGP of the Netherlands after getting caught out in the tricky track conditions. The bad weather had left the track sodden, creating deep ruts in the sand that swallowed the bikes. Beaton initially got off to… read more.
In the deep, dirty sands of Assen, Tim Gajser took a second-place finish today on his CRF450RW at the MXGP of the Netherlands, whilst his team mate Evgeny Bobryshev took seventh The track had been battered by the poor weather conditions over the last few days making the track heavy with… read more.
Tim Gajser and Evgeny Bobryshev will line up on their CRF450RW’s for the penultimate round of the FIM Motocross World Championship this weekend in Assen for the MXGP of the Netherlands. This will the third consecutive year the circuit has played host to MXGP and the TT circuit will once… read more.
Fighting humidity and an ever-changing track, Tim Gajser took a fourth-place finish today at the MXGP of the USA in Jacksonville on his CRF450RW. For both HRC riders, race one was a solid ride. Gajser had a good start and despite some mistakes, was able to take fourth position. Bobryshev… read more.
In a hot and sticky Jacksonville, Michele Cervellin and his new CRF250RW didn’t achieve the overall today he had hoped for in the MXGP of the USA. With the track proving difficult for the riders yesterday, it was a blessing today that the rain held off and enabled the track… read more.
Michele Cervellin had a tricky day on his new CRF250RW in the soft Jacksonville sand. After a deluge of rain fell on the track overnight, the MX2 class had their work cut out as they took first to the muddy conditions. Cervellin struggled all day to find his rhythm and… read more.