IRISH MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP The biggest entry in years for an opening Irish Motocross Championship round, a big crowd of spectators, and a superbly prepared track by Quad Racing Ireland, and a few surprise entries made Saturday’s opening round of the CCM Racing Irish Motocross Championship a great start to the season. GRAND NATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY Round 4 of the 2014 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series presented by Maxxis, an AMA National Championship, presented some of the most favourable weather conditions of the season with sunny skies and temperatures nearing the 80-degree mark. While the South Carolina temperatures were a welcomed change for spectators on Sunday, the track conditions were nothing short of brutal for the racers competing in the 18th Annual VP Racing Fuels Big Buck GNCC in Union County. The quads showcased yet another exciting last-lap battle between Walker Fowler and Chris Borich in the XC1 Pro ATV Championship. The duo exchanged the lead several times throughout the two-hour race but in the end, it was Borich who emerged victorious at Saturday's VP Racing Fuels Big Buck GNCC MONSTER ENERGY AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP In front of 53,927 fans inside CenturyLink Field, Seattle-area native Ryan Villopoto grabbed his fifth win of the 2014 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, season during the 15th stop of the 17-race championship tonight. In the penultimate race of the Western Regional 250SX Class Championship, Troy Lee Designs/Lucas Oil Honda’s Cole Seely led every lap of the Main Event to capture his second win of the season. ENDURO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF PORTUGAL Tough conditions ensured non-stop race action on day one at the FIM Maxxis Enduro World Championship GP Polisport of Portugal in Vale de Cambra. With the tough and technical Portuguese terrain challenging the world’s best enduro riders to their limits, it was Christophe NAMBOTIN (KTM) that won the Enduro 1 category. Antoine MEO (KTM) edged out Pela RENET (Husqvarna) to claim victory in Enduro 2 while Ivan CERVANTES (KTM) led home the highly competitive Enduro 3 class. Day two of the FIM Maxxis Enduro World Championship GP Polisport of Portugal delivered yet another scorching day of race action.  Snatching victory from Pela RENET (F-Husqvarna) in the final moments, KTM’s Antoine MEO (F) took a thrilling victory in the Enduro 2 category. Ivan CERVANTES (KTM) won the Enduro 3 class to remain unbeaten so far this series while Christophe NAMBOTIN (KTM) was the runaway victor in the Enduro 1 category. WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF ITALY Clement Desalle takes the MXGP victory in Arco di Trento, Italy while Jeffrey Herlings takes to the top step of the podium in MX2. Chiara Fontanesi claims the WMX overall win. Davy Pootjes storms to two race wins in EMX125. FIM TRIAL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Veteran campaigner Takahisa Fujinami– Repsol Honda snatched a shock win on the opening day of the 2014 FIM Trial World championship at Mount Tarrengower, Australia. Fujinami led from start to finish and eventually defeated his team-mate and reigning champion Toni Bou – Repsol Honda by a single mark. Bou’s five in the penultimate section on the first lap was to cost him dearly in what was to prove to be a relatively low scoring event. Jeroni Fajardo – Beta was to complete the podium as he got the better of Adam Raga – Gas Gas on a tie-break after the Spanish duo both ended the day on eleven marks apiece. Normal service resumed for Toni Bou – Repsol Honda, as he returned to the top of the order on the second day of the Australian Grand Prix. Bou ran out a relatively comfortable winner with a total score of seven marks which was six better than today’s eventual runner-up Adam Raga – Gas Gas. Raga himself also put in a much improved performance compared with yesterday. For the second day running Jeroni Fajardo – Beta rounded out the rostrum positions as once again he came out on top of a tie-break situation, this time over Albert Cabestany – Sherco. Eleven marks behind Cabestany, James Dabill – Beta again slotted into a comfortable fifth spot. BRITISH QUAD CHAMPIONSHIP The Cromwell Trucks ACU British Quad Championship starts next Sunday (April 20) and with reigning champion Paul Holmes ruled out of the opening round with injury the betting on who’ll win has been blown wide open! Holmes was expected to arrive at Pontrilas in Herefordshire as favourite after dominating the series for the last two years. However, a recent crash has left the 26-year-old Yorkshireman with a broken collarbone and aggravated an old shoulder injury, which both required surgery. BRITISH YOUTH NATIONALS MOTOCROSS Round 1 of the 2014 British Youth Nationals will take place this weekend at Fat Cat Moto Parc near Doncaster where over 200 riders of the most exciting youth talent in the UK are set to battle it out to become British champions in what is without doubt the most competitive youth championship in the UK. WOR EVENTS 2014 PUTOLINE HARE SCRAMBLES SERIES The unpredictable wet British weather came for the second event in succession in the 2014 Putoline Hare Scrambles with a very wet and muddy Maeshafn hosting the most recent round. Maeshafn can handle the bad weather though and the near-five mile track stood up fine to the powerful showers and overnight rain, the landowners were on hand to make sure everyone got in and out of the venue and a great day’s racing took place. MAXXIS ACU BRITISH MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP The HM Plant KTM UK pairing of Mel Pocock and Shaun Simpson both extended their lead by two points apiece at the second round of the series held at Lyng in Norfolk today. However, both had to fight hard to retain their red plates as Series Leaders with only one moto win between them! MONSTER ENERGY AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP In front of 49,759 fans inside NRG Stadium, the 2014 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, made it’s 41st visit to Houston on Saturday night. Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto dominated the 450SX Class Main Event to secure his fourth win of the season and extend his advantage in the championship standings. In the return of the Western Regional 250SX Class Championship for its seventh race of the 2014 season, Rockstar Energy Racing’s Jason Anderson captured his fourth win of the season to extend his points lead. ENDURO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF SPAIN Ensuring an exciting start to the 2014 FIM Maxxis Enduro World Championship, the AMV GP of Catalunya delivered some closely fought racing. Under perfect race conditions in Solsona, Spain, KTM claimed a clean sweep of all three Senior classes. Christophe NAMBOTIN topped the Enduro 1 category, Antoine MEO won Enduro 2 and Ivan CERVANTES secured a home win in the Enduro 3 class. Britain’s Danny MCCANNEY (Beta) recorded the first win of the season in the Enduro Junior class while Laia SANZ (Honda) dominated the Women’s category. Perfect weather and close racing on day two at AMV GP of Catalunya in Solsona, Spain ensure the 2014 FIM Maxxis Enduro World Championship got off to a thrilling start. Picking up his second race win in Solsona, KTM’s Christophe NAMBOTIN topped the Enduro 1 class. Husqvarna’s Pela RENET became the new winner of the Enduro 2 category while Ivan CERVANTES gave his home support a result to remember with victory in the Enduro 3 class. Danny MCCANNEY (Beta) recorded another Junior class win while Laia SANZ (Honda) won the Women’s class. GRAND NATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY It's been a long time coming for five-time GNCC Champion Chris Borich, who secured a record breaking 69th career win at Saturday's FMF Steele Creek GNCC in Morganton, N.C. With steady rainfall throughout the day, Round 3 of the 2014 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series presented by Maxxis, an AMA National Championship, saw challenging conditions, but that didn't stop Borich from claiming the victory and regaining the championship points lead. Following a day's worth of rainfall in Morganton, Round 3 of the 2014 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series presented by Maxxis, an AMA National Championship, showcased another challenging mud race at the 15th running of the FMF Steele Creek GNCC on Sunday. It was the 2013 GNCC Champion Kailub Russell who prevailed in the end, closing the gap to only three points behind his team-mate Charlie Mullins in the overall championship chase. MONSTER ENERGY AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Before a record-breaking 60,213 fans at the Edward Jones Dome, Yoshimura Suzuki’s James Stewart won his third consecutive Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, race, marking the 50th win of his career. Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Martin Davalos led all 15 laps to win the Eastern Regional 250SX Class Main Event and extended his championship points lead to eight. FIM X-TRIAL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Toni Bou – Repsol Montesa closed out the 2014 FIM X-Trial World Championship with his fifth win in five rounds to maintain his 100% record and to extend his record to twenty six victories in a row. However with Toni having already wrapped up the title prior to this event in Oviedo, Spain the story of the night was about who would become vice champion. Albert Cabestany – Sherco held his nerve to take second spot come the end of the evening and close the season as Bou’s nearest challenger. Adam Raga – Gas Gas did his best to overhaul his bitter rival, but had to settle for third place on the night and the same place in the series. James Dabill – Beta rounded of his best ever campaign with fourth in the Spanish city to remain fourth in the final rankings. WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF BRAZIL Tony Cairoli wins both MXGP races at Beto Carrero in Brazil while Arnaud Tonus takes the overall MX2 win and moves to the top of the championship points standings. BUILTH WELLS LLYN Y WAUN ENDURO Regs are now available for the Builth Wells Club’s ‘Llyn y Waun Enduro’ on April 20. BROC TICKLE INJURY UPDATE RCH Racing Soaring Eagle Suzuki’s Broc Tickle suffered an accident in practice at the Toronto AMA/ FIM World Supercross twelfth round on Saturday, injuring his T7 vertebrae and has been under the care of St. Michael’s Hospital where Dr. Howard Ginsberg has now performed surgery to repair the damage. DUTCH OPEN MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP The second round of the Dutch championship in Mill sees Mike Kras (MX1) and Glenn Coldenhoff (MX2) on top of the box. WOR EVENTS 2014 PUTOLINE HARE SCRAMBLES SERIES The 2014 PUTOLINE Hare Scrambles series organised by WOR Events got off to a flying start last weekend at the Club’s always-popular Baden Hall venue in Staffordshire. The conditions were tough to say the least as several massive downpours over the weekend left the track in a soggy and muddy state after a couple of weeks of dry weather. It was a shame as the 4.5 mile course was in great shape on the Friday previous to the event and the fresh new design was received well by all the riders. ULSTER MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP The 2014 Ulster Motocross Championship season kicked off with a slickly run 15 programme by the Cookstown Club at Desertmartin run on a showery but mainly dry day. MONSTER ENERGY AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP In front of 48,892 fans inside the Rogers Centre, the 2014 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, made it’s lone international stop in Canada’s largest city on Saturday night. Team Yoshimura Suzuki’s James Stewart raced to his fourth 450SX Class victory of the season with a come-from-behind effort that puts him in sole possession of second place on the all-time wins list at 49. In the sixth race of the Eastern Regional 250SX Class Championship, GEICO Honda’s Justin Bogle took advantage of a strong start to capture his first career Main Event win. MOTOCROSS VIDEO SPECTACULAR No bright lights, no TV, no cheering fans, no flashing cameras... and, you guessed it, no glamorous umbrella girls either! Life outside of the high-profile arena that is the MXGP World championship is very different indeed. 24MX Honda’s Xavier Boog and Jens Getteman take us along on a typical day in between the MXGP’s. BRITISH SPRINT ENDURO CHAMPIONSHIP The Enduro21.com ACU British Sprint Enduro Championship, powered by Husqvarna Motorcycles got off to a fantastic start at the prestigious Canada Heights venue where Husqvarna’s Pela Renet stole the show at rounds one and two, securing the Elite class win each day following two hard-fought battles with Beta-mounted Manxman Danny McCanney. In the Under-23 category Husqvarna’s Rob Johnson won both rounds while KTM’s Brad Freeman was one of the standout performers of the weekend, taking a pair of well-deserved victories in the Under-19 category. DUTCH OPEN MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP The Dutch championship gets underway at Emmen with Glenn Coldenhoff (MX2) and Marc de Reuver (MX1) claiming top spots on the podium. AIROH MANTOVA STARCROSS The 31st edition of the Mantova Starcross has seen Monster Energy Kawasaki racer Gautier Paulin take the top step of the podium under sunny Italian skies. MAXXIS ACU BRITISH MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Shaun Simpson wins the opening round of the MX1 British Championship at Landrake while Mel Pocock and Matiss Karro tie on points at the top of MX2. GRAND NATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY Following a dry and sunny day of ATV racing on Saturday, Round 2 of the 2014 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series presented by Maxxis, an AMA National Championship, resumed on Sunday with the motorcycle portion of the weekend. Heavy rainfall infiltrated the grounds of Aonia Pass MX Park in Washington, Ga., creating extreme conditions for the pro race. Reigning champion Kailub Russell emerged victorious after battling it out for the overall lead with defending XC2 Pro Lites Champion Grant Baylor in the final moments of the race. The championship points lead is all tied up after Round 2 of the 2014 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series presented by Maxxis, an AMA National Championship. N-Fab/AmPro Yamaha's Walker Fowler secured his first win of the season in Washington, Ga. on Saturday, topping the reigning champion Chris Borich and a talented field of pros at the 12th running of the Maxxis General GNCC. JACK FROST ENDURO Results of the Rhayader Club’s Jack Frost Enduro are HERE! MONSTER ENERGY AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Yoshimura Suzuki’s James Stewart captured his third Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, race of the season tonight at Ford Field before a record 50,856 fans. The win, Stewart’s 48th, tied him with Ricky Carmichael for second place on the all-time win list. Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Adam Cianciarulo won the third Eastern Regional 250SX Class win of his career and extended his points lead. CHRISTOPHE CHARLIER RECOVERING AFTER MINOR LEG OPERATION Yamaha Factory Racing rider Christophe Charlier has returned home after surgery on Friday in Aix en Provence on his right leg to fix a small fracture at the bottom of the fibula and after a successful procedure is now on the fast-track to return to MX2 FIM Motocross World Championship duty as soon as possible. FIM X-TRIAL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP With yet another emphatic performance, Toni Bou – Repsol Montesa clinched the 2014 FIM X-Trial World Championship in front of a packed house in Milan, Italy and with one round to spare. Bou was simply unstoppable on the night as he notched up a record extending eighth title in this discipline. Toni’s margin of victory was a statement of his sheer superiority as he dropped a single time penalty in the final, which was some twelve marks better than runner-up Albert Cabestany – Sherco. Cabestany now heads to the closing round in Spain in two weeks time with a six-point cushion in the general standings over Adam Raga – Gas Gas who completed tonight’s podium. TADDY BLAZUSIAK TO STAY WITH KTM RACING IN 2015-16 Taddy Blazusiak, a rider who has had spectacular success, particularly in Extreme Enduro, SuperEnduro and Endurocross will continue under contract with the KTM Factory Team for the seasons 2015 and 2016. TOMMY SEARLE BACK HOME AFTER SUCCESSFUL OPERATION Tommy Searle of Team CLS Kawasaki Monster Energy is back home after a successful operation on his broken wrist in Thailand; he will be replaced by Dutchman Herjan Brakke in Brazil on March 30/31. 2014 EUNISURE MRA YOUTH ULSTER MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP The 2014 Ulster Motocross Championship dates and venues have been finalised by the MRA and they are delighted to announce that Eunisure Insurance has come onboard again to sponsor the Championships for 2014. The Championships will cater for riders between the ages of 6 and 17 with a number of classes. BOBRYSHEV RECOVERING AFTER SUCCESSFUL SURGERY On Wednesday (12 March), Team HRC rider Evgeny Bobryshev underwent a successful surgical procedure to repair his damaged ankle. He has had a plate added to his fibula to repair the effects of a past injury that had hindered his speed in both the Motocross Grands Prix of Qatar and Thailand these past two weekends. LOUGHBRICKLAND YOUNGSTER SELECTED FOR EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP 2014 looks like being an exciting year for young Loughbrickland motocrosser Cailum Meara as the 13-year-old has been selected for the prestigious Honda 150 European Championship, where the prize for the winner is a fully sponsored ride with a Grand Prix Honda Team in the European MX2 Championship for 2015. MONSTER ENERGY AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Ryan Villopoto led all 20 laps at the Daytona Motor Speedway, marking his 37th-career 450SX Class win. Red Bull KTM's Ken Roczen earned his sixth podium finish of the season with a second place and his team-mate Ryan Dungey also earned his sixth podium of the season with a third place. GRAND NATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY Less than thirty minutes away from the Daytona Bike Week festivities, the 2014 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series presented by Maxxis and sanctioned by AMA, kicked off its 13-round series with the inaugural running of the Moose Racing Mud Mucker GNCC. The event held true to its name as Sunday's motorcycle competition saw some of the most grueling conditions in cross-country racing. After three hours of battle, Factory FMF/KTM's Charlie Mullins edged out a stacked field of XC1 Pros to capture the first overall win of the 2014 season. The conditions were no different as Saturday's ATV competition also saw some of the wettest terrain of the entire circuit, but that didn't stop five-time GNCC National Champion Chris Borich from taking the first win of 2014. BRITISH ENDURO CHAMPIONSHIP Danny McCanney wins both days of the Midwest British Championship Enduro. WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF THAILAND Antonio Cairoli (MXGP) and Jeffrey Herlings (MX2) walk away with maximum points from round two of the Motocross World Championship at the Si Racha circuit, near Pattaya. BEL RAY HUSQVARNA FACTORY RACING - HUSQVARNA MOTORCYCLES OFFICIAL 2014 ENDURO TEAM Husqvarna Motorcycles have introduced their official team for the 2014 FIM Enduro World Championship and international Extreme Enduro season – Bel-Ray Husqvarna Factory Racing. Continuing its strong and successful association with enduro sport Husqvarna are fully committed to both Enduro and Extreme Enduro competition. FILM - 2014 MOTOCROSS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP: ROUND 1 LOSAIL, QATAR Kawasaki on the box in all classes -- that was the hope before the Qatar opening round of MXGP. Now see if hope was galvanised into reality. ALEX SALVINI INTERVIEW The reigning E2 World Enduro Champion Alex Salvini talks about his aspirations for 2014 and the prospect of defending his world crown. “The feeling of having met this important target, becoming World Champion, will always accompany me, but with the new season we all start from zero. I’m not afraid of the pressure, last year I was the first one to put pressure on me, because I wanted to win and this year because I want to repeat myself, so this feeling gives me an extra motivation to work hard and improve every single aspect of my preparation.” WOR EVENTS WOR Events ran a superb season warm-up Forest Hare Scramble last Sunday with a 2.5 hour race that ran on a brilliant reworked and redesigned track of eight miles per lap.. The club’s awesome Llandrillo forest complex in North Wales offered a superb, action-packed lap with lots of fresh and interesting terrain for the small but committed and quality line-up of riders. GARMIN UK ARENACROSS The Garmin Arenacross Tour blew into London on Saturday night for the series showdown at Wembley Arena and signed off in the same way it started six weeks ago in Belfast – a flat-out, adrenalin-pumping white-knuckle ride from the first drop of the gate to the final chequered flag! TYLA RATTRAY - INJURY UPDATE Red Bull IceOne Husqvarna Factory Racing team’s MXGP rider Tyla Rattray will not participate in this weekend’s GP of Thailand or the upcoming GP of Brazil following surgery today on his injured right hand little finger. MONSTER ENERGY AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ken Roczen took his second career 450SX victory in front of a sold-out Georgia Dome crowd at the eighth round of the Monster Energy Supercross Series. Making it a sweeter night for the Red Bull KTM Factory Team, Ryan Dungey joined Roczen on the podium and gained valuable points in the championship standings with a third place result in Atlanta. WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF QATAR Gautier Paulin wins the Qatar MXGP Grand Prix. Jeffrey Herlings didn’t have it all his own way in MX2 but still wins the GP. Meghan Rutledge wins both WMX races to score the only maximum of the day.  GRAHAM JARVIS AND DANNY MCCANNEY INJURED The Bel-Ray Husqvarna Factory Racing team has been dealt a double injury blow this week with team riders Graham Jarvis and Jamie McCanney both picking up injuries. Jarvis was injured while practising in the UK while McCanney got injured while riding in the final round of the World SuperEnduro Championship in France. GAS GAS USE HUSQVARNA ENGINE TECHNOLOGY Gas Gas Motos, SA has reached an agreement with Moto Italia s.r.l., former Husqvarna Motorcycles s.r.l, to acquire their two and four stroke engine technology. HUSQVARNA MOTORCYCLES GMBH WELCOME ROBERT JONAS AS HEAD OF MOTORSPORT Husqvarna Motorcycles GmbH have announced that, with immediate effect, Mr Robert Jonas has been appointed as Head of Motorsport. Responsible for all Husqvarna Motorcycles racing activities, 39-year-old Jonas, who has worked within KTM Motorsport management since 2006, will oversee all motocross, enduro, extreme enduro and Moto3 road racing programs. BRITISH YOUTH NATIONALS MOTOCROSS With only 50 or so days before the gate drops at this year’s British Youth Nationals at Fat Cat Moto Parc on April 12, some of Ireland’s finest youth motocross talent will be setting off for their journey across the Irish sea to pursue their dream of becoming a British champion. CATALAN GOVERNMENT FUNDS EXPANSION PLAN FOR GAS GAS The Catalan government is to provide two million Euros to Gas Gas Motos to fund an expansion plan The transaction was formalised today through Avançsa with the aim of consolidating the strategic industrial project for Catalonia. HAWKSTONE INTERNATIONAL MOTOCROSS Jeffrey Herlings shows he is just as fast as ever as he puts on a dominant display at Hawkstone Park. Race results are online now. More... MONSTER ENERGY AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ken Roczen took his second career 450SX victory in front of a sold-out Georgia Dome crowd at the eighth round of the Monster Energy Supercross Series. Making it a sweeter night for the Red Bull KTM Factory Team, Ryan Dungey joined Roczen on the podium and gained valuable points in the championship standings with a third place result in Atlanta. More... FIM SUPERENDURO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP KTM’s Taddy BLAZUSIAK is the Prestige class 2014 FIM Maxxis SuperEnduro World Champion, securing his fifth consecutive title with a winning ride in the opening final at round six of the series held in Tours, France. Needing just a handful of points in order to claim the 2014 crown, Taddy eventually found a way past fast starting Husqvarna rider Mathias BELLINO (Husqvarna) to win the race and with it secure the all-important championship. More... VIDEO - FACTORY CONNECTION WORKING WITH GEICO HONDA Factory Connection plays a significant role in working with the technical staff at GEICO Honda to improve the bikes for their riders. Listen to what the team and riders have to say about the team and Factory Connection’s efforts to make each individual rider as comfortable as possible on their motorcycle. Click the button to view the video... SAM SUNDERLAND SIGNS TO RACE FOR RED BULL KTM FACTORY RALLY TEAM! KTM is excited to announce that Dakar’s hottest future prospect Sam Sunderland has signed to race for the Red Bull KTM Factory Rally Team for the next three and a half years. Dubai-based Sunderland, who is the first British rider for 15-years to win a Dakar stage, will race the all-new KTM 450 RALLY machine that made its debut in 2014. The youngster will contest some rounds of the Cross-Country Rallies World Championship throughout this year as he builds his confidence and speed ahead of the 2015 Dakar race. More... 2014 YAMAHA FACTORY MOTOCROSS BIKES BREAK COVER Six years have passed since Yamaha’s factory motocross machinery led the FIM Motocross World Championship field in a distinctive blue shade but now – as the 2014 campaign prepares to launch with the Grand Prix of Qatar under the lights of Losail next week (February 28th/March 1st) – the works YZ450FM and YZ250FM motorcycles of Jeremy Van Horebeek and Christophe Charlier respectively are being shown for the first time. More... JONATHAN RICHARDSON SIGNS FOR BETA UK Beta UK have announced that Jonathan Richardson will ride for Beta UK in 2014. Jonathan will ride the 2014 Beta Evo 300 2T in the British Championship, Scottish Six Days, Scott Trial and other selected world, national and local events. Jonathan has ridden Beta before so Beta UK are very pleased to have him working with them again. Jonathan will start to practice on the new Evo so he will be prepared for the first British Championship round in the Lake District on April 6th. ENDUROLAND TIES UP WITH LUCAS OIL In an agreement concluded with Enduro/ Off-Road event organiser Enduroland, US lubricant manufacturer Lucas Oil will become the title sponsor for all Enduroland events during the 2014 UK season. More... FIM X-TRIAL ANIMATION The new head to head format as used in the 2014 FIM X-Trial World Championship has already produced some of the closest battles the series has seen in more recent years. Designed to create a more dynamic event, the results in the opening rounds speak for themselves with the winner of the three events to date not having been decided until the closing moments of each Trial. The FIM have created an animated video which helps bring the new format to life and is currently being used by local organisers on the large screens within the arenas to ensure that the fans get the most from this new and dynamic format. More... HONDA 150 EUROPEAN MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Honda 150 European Champion Filippo Grigoletto is gearing up for graduation to the EMX250 series in 2014. This time last year, a 13-year-old Filippo Grigoletto signed up for the Honda 150 European Championship without knowing what was around the corner but eager to carve a career in motocross. Twelve months down the line he is now preparing for his first ever EMX250 race having won last year’s Championship and earning himself a graduation with Honda. More...
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