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WORLD TRIAL CHAMPIONSHIP Back to back wins for Toni Bou – Repsol Honda at the opening round of the 2015 FIM Trial World Championship in Japan last month means that the reigning champion will lead the charge as the series moves onto Sokolov, Czech Republic this coming weekend. Commanding victories in Motegi over two different runners-up on Saturday and Sunday sees Bou hold an eight point lead in the general standings as he heads into round two. GRAND NATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY (GNCC) Round seven of the 2015 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series presented by Maxxis, an AMA National Championship took place at Marvin's Mountaintop in Masontown, West Virginia for the 4th annual Rocky Mountain ATV/MC Mountaineer Run GNCC. Factory FMF/KTM's Kailub Russell would get the jump off the starting line to claim the $250 All Balls Racing Holeshot Award, and head into the woods leading the XC1 Pro class. Russell would face a battle with AirGroup/Rockstar Energy/Husqvarna's Ryan Sipes, as they would swap positions multiple times. As the chequered flag flew in the quad category it would be CST/Lonestar/DeRisi/Tire Blocks/Spider Graphics's Adam McGill claiming his third win of the season. LUCAS OIL PRO MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP The second round of the 2015 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, signified the series’ lone visit to Southern California on Saturday with the FMF Glen Helen National at Glen Helen Raceway. One week after dominating the field to make the first statement in the battle for the 450 Class title, GEICO Honda’s Eli Tomac enjoyed another convincing outing with his second straight 1-1 moto sweep, extending his early points lead. In the 250 Class, Red Bull KTM’s Marvin Musquin took advantage of an off day by co-points leader Jeremy Martin to take sole possession of the championship lead following a perfect 1-1 effort and his first overall win of the season. WOR EVENTS WILDCARD HARE SCRAMBLE Manor Park near Welshpool is one heck of a good venue and Michael Gorst and Ben Wootton put on one heck of a race to match it last Sunday at WOR' Events Wildcard Hare Scramble. The two and a quarter hour race was a special event thrown into the mix of the WOR race schedule as an extra point earner for the Putoline Hare Scrambles. WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF GREAT BRITAIN Tony Cairoli takes the overall MXGP victory at Matterley Basin while Valentin Guillod proves his win in Spain was no flash in the pan as he wins the British MX2 GP. Livia Lancelot wins both WMX races to lead the championship points standings. LUCAS OIL PRO MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP The 2015 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship kicked off on Saturday with the 47th Annual GoPro Hangtown Motocross Classic in the shadow of the California state capital at Prairie City SVRA. The 12- round summer-long battle to crown a champion saw GEICO Honda's Eli Tomac make the first statement in the 450 Class, earning his second career overall victory with a dominant 1-1 moto sweep. In the 250 Class, reigning champion and Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha rider Jeremy Martin began his title defence with a dominant final moto to earn the tiebreaker over Red Bull KTM's Marvin Musquin and claim his second straight overall win at Hangtown. FIM ENDURO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Day one at the GP Polisport of Portugal in Gouveia marked the first victories of the series for Honda’s Alex SALVINI in Enduro 2 and KTM’s Matt PHILLIPS in Enduro 3. TM’s Eero REMES secured a hard fought win in Enduro 1. Three incredibly demanding and technical special tests put the competitors of the EWC through their paces in earnest in Gouveia. With a long day of racing and no time to rest in the Portuguese heat, the end of day one was a welcome relief for all. Matt PHILLIPS takes the double at the Maxxis FIM Enduro World Championship GP Polisport of Portugal. Firmly putting himself back into the Enduro 3 championship fight, KTM’s Matt PHILLIPS (AUS) claimed a nail biting victory on day two in Gouveia. Christophe NAMBOTIN (F-KTM) delivered a near flawless performance to top the Enduro 1 classification while Antoine MEO (F-KTM) returned to the top step of the podium in Enduro 2. Elsewhere, day two marked a debut EWC victory for newcomer Steve HOLCOMBE (GB-Beta) in the Enduro Junior class as Laia SANZ (S-KTM) once again dominated proceedings in the Women’s Cup. GRAND NATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY (GNCC) The 2015 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series presented by Maxxis, an AMA National Championship made it's way north for an all-new GNCC venue with the Tomahawk GNCC in Odessa, New York. After a hard fought day of racing, coming from as far behind as sixth place on the opening lap, JCR Honda's Chris Bach would emerge with his first ever-career GNCC overall win. In the quad category, dry and dusty conditions didn't stop N-Fab/AmPro/Maxxis/Lonestar Yamaha's Walker Fowler from claiming his third overall win in the 2015 season. However, the win did not come without challenge from a number of Fowler's fellow XC1 competitors. “THE WELSH TWO-DAY ENDURO” Months of planning and discussions with landowners have seen the route for the 2015 ‘Welsh’ finalised. A more compact route with less road miles has been the result. The ACU entry system has had its sternest test to date, and come through. FIM ENDURO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Christophe NAMBOTIN sets the pace on day one of the Maxxis FIM Enduro World Championship in Spain Delivering the goods in extremely hot and dusty terrain in Jerez, KTM mounted NAMBOTIN topped the standings in the Enduro 1 class. There was a third win in a row for KTM's Antoine MEO in Enduro 2 while Husqvarna's Mathias BELLINO was the rider to beat in the Enduro 3 ranks. Kicking off the start of her Women's Cup title, Spain's Laia SANZ (KTM) delivered the home crowd the victory they all came to see. Jamie McCanney comes out on top in the Junior category while fellow Brit Steve Holcombe surprises everyone on his EWC debut by finishing third. Hot weather and exceptionally close racing brings the GP AMV Seguros of Spain to an exciting close on day two in Jerez. Across all classes the second day of racing at round two of the Maxxis FIM Enduro World Championship was incredibly competitive. In the Enduro 3 class, Mathias Bellino (Husqvarna) secured a one-second margin of victory, while his team-mate Jamie McCanney kept himself two seconds ahead of his closest competitor, new sensation Steve Holcombe, to win in the Enduro Junior ranks. KTM’s Antoine Meo was again the winner in Enduro 2 while Christophe Nambotin (KTM) was unstoppable in Enduro 1. Taking a commanding victory, Laia Sanz (KTM) was the clear winner in the Women’s Cup. WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF SPAIN Tony Cairoli and Max Nagl take a race win each in the MXGP Grand Prix of Spain at Talavera de la Reina. Valentin Guillod takes a surprise win in MX2. CO. DOWN JUNIOR QUAD CLUB Co. Down Junior Quad Club kicked off the 2015 season in style with the first round of the MRA (Ireland) Ulster Quad Championship on Saturday, 25th April. Although the day started off damp, the track was in perfect condition and it didn’t dampen the spirits of the competitors, parents and support crews. MONSTER ENERGY AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Red Bull KTM factory rider Ryan Dungey took an impressive win at the season finale of the Monster Energy Supercross Series held at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas. Newly-crowned East 250 Supercross Champion, Marvin Musquin, took a dominating win in the East/West 250 Supercross Shootout. AMA ENDUROCROSS SERIES Rockstar, Lucas Oil, Husqvarna’s Colton Haaker took an exciting wire to wire win at round three of the 2015 GEICO AMA EnduroCross series inside the Orleans Arena. Although Haaker led from the start, he withstood steady pressure from Cody Webb on his FMF, RPM Team Maxxis KTM. Geoff Aaron rounded out the podium on his Gas Gas. MAXXIS BRITISH MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Taking three straight wins each, Max Anstie (Monster Energy DRT Kawasaki) and Shaun Simpson (Hitachi Construction KTM UK) again dominated their respective classes in round three of the championship at Canada Heights in Kent. CHRISTOPHE POURCEL SIGNS WITH ROCKSTAR ENERGY HUSQVARNA FACTORY RACING Husqvarna Motorcycles is pleased to announce Christophe Pourcel as the fifth racer of the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing team.  Pourcel will compete in the 2015 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Series in the 450 class aboard a Husqvarna FC 450, looking to challenge the sport’s top competitors. GRAND NATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY (GNCC) Factory FMF/KTM's Kailub Russell extended his win-streak to five-in-a-row on Sunday at round five of the 2015 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country presented by Maxxis, an AMA National Championship, in Springville, Indiana. In the quad category, for the first time since the 2013 Gusher GNCC, Chris Bithell stood in the centre of the podium after rainy conditions made for a tough and slick course. WILLCOCK HOLEFORMERS BRITISH QUAD CHAMPIONSHIP Former British champion Paul Holmes moved to the top of the 2015 Willcock British Quad Championship with victory at round two in wind and rain at Desertmartin, in Northern Ireland, after a thrilling battle with local favourite, Dean Colhoun. WORLD TRIAL CHAMPIONSHIP Toni Bou has opened the FIM Trial World Championship with a bang at the Japanese GP. Bou was back in the title fray, on cracking form, in a race that saw the Honda ace mark the difference from the first hazard, although it was a far from easy task as the high-level performances of the adversaries never let the Spaniard relax for a moment. Toni Bou raised his game considerably for the second day at the Motegi circuit allowing him a more laid-back competition. Picking up seven points on the first lap gave the Spaniard a fourteen point advantage over the nearest rival, a cushion which served well on the second lap which saw Bou unexpectedly score a couple of faults. By lap three the Honda maestro was once again displaying excellent form, riding on to yet another triumph. Bou, cruising eight points clear at the top of the leader-board now also holds the record for wins in the Japanese GP having taken top honours on twelve occasions. WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF EUROPE Gautier Paulin wins both MXGP races in the GP of Europe at Valkenswaard. Jeffrey Herlings delights his home fans to romp away with both MX2 races. Britain’s Adam Sterry also claims a maximum points score as he wins both EMX250 motos. KTM AND MARVIN MUSQUIN SIGN CONTRACT FOR 2016 AND 2017 SEASONS                                                                                                             KTM Motorsports is excited to announce it has extended its contract with Red Bull KTM Factory rider and the newly crowned 2015 East 250 Supercross Champion, Marvin Musquin, through the 2017 race season. MONSTER ENERGY AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Red Bull KTM Factory rider Marvin Musquin was crowned the 2015 East 250 Supercross World Champion after taking the victory at the final round of the Monster Energy Supercross Series, an FIM Championship held at MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey. WOR EVENTS PUTOLINE HARE SCRAMBLE SERIES WOR Events produced a brilliant weekend of off road action for over 300 riders last weekend at their Maeshafn venue, near Chester. The weather was kind with sunny spells and the course was again a proper Hare Scramble loop, demanding and challenging but a thoroughly enjoyable affair for all the riders with its natural terrain and varied going. WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF TRENTINO Max Nagl edges out Tony Cairoli to win the MXGP of Trentino. It was a similar situation in MX2 but this time Tim Gajser claimed his first ever GP victory by keeping Jeffrey Herlings off the top step of the podium. MONSTER ENERGY AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ryan Dungey took the win at the fifteenth round of the Monster Energy Supercross Series, an FIM Championship, held at Levi Stadium. FIM ENDURO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Explosive start to the opening day of competition in the 2015 FIM Maxxis Enduro World Championship sees Antoine Meo lead everyone home as the first day of action in the 2015 EWC series delivered tight, close racing across most classes in Talca, Chile. Rising to the front, favourites Christophe NAMBOTIN (KTM) and Antoine MEO (KTM) secured victory in Enduro 1 and Enduro 2 respectively. Mathias BELLINO (Husqvarna) made a welcome return to action with a confident win in the Enduro 3 category while Jamie MCCANNEY (Husqvarna) claimed first blood in Enduro Junior. Day two of the FIM Maxxis Enduro World Championship GP of Chile marked a debut Enduro 3 class win for Sherco’s Matti Seistola while Antoine Meo finished as the outright fastest. Heavy overnight rain ensured a complete contrast in conditions for competitors at the GP of Chile in Talca. Forced to abandon the extreme test and shorten the enduro test for the first two laps, Chile dished out a tough day for all. KTM AND RYAN DUNGEY SIGN TWO-YEAR CONTRACT                                                                                                             KTM Motorsports is excited to announce that it has extended its contract with Red Bull KTM factory rider, and the newly crowned 2015 Supercross World Champion, Ryan Dungey through 2017. MONSTER ENERGY AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team rider Ryan Dungey earned his seventh win of the season and the first-ever 450 Supercross title for his Red Bull KTM team when he took the victory at the Houston Supercross, round fourteen of the Monster Energy Supercross Series, an FIM World Championship. SPAIN'S LAIA SANZ JOINS KTM FAMILY KTM Motorsports is very pleased to announce the signing of Spain’s Laia Sanz to compete in the Women’s Enduro World Championship and to be part of the KTM Rally Factory Racing Team. Laia Sanz brings with her exceptional riding skills shaped by a background in Trials competition where she has won 13 women’s World titles. She has won the Women’s Enduro crown three times (2012, 2013 & 2014) and in January 2015 had her career best finish in the Dakar Rally where she was ranked overall ninth in what is widely considered the toughest offroad event on the motorsports calendar. GRAND NATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY (GNCC) Factory FMF/KTM's Kailub Russell extended his win-streak to four-in-a-row on Sunday at round four of the 2015 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series in Union, South Carolina. The XC1 Pro ATV points battle tightened up on Saturday as N-Fab/AmPro Yamaha/Maxxis/Lonestar/MXP's Walker Fowler earned his second victory of the season at the VP Racing Fuels Big Buck GNCC, where he also gained five points on leader Adam McGill at the fourth round of racing. ULSTER MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS Desertmartin welcomed the riders to Round 1 of the 2015 Championships with a cloudless sunny day, warmth, 200 entries and a huge crowd of spectators. MAXXIS BRITISH MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Taking three straight wins each, Max Anstie (Monster Energy DRT Kawasaki) and Shaun Simpson (Hitachi Construction KTM UK) dominated their respective classes in round two of the championship at Lyng in Norfolk. Both were headed in the opening motos by their main challengers, Adam Sterry (Wilvo Forkrent KTM) in MX2 and Kristian Whatley (Buildbase Honda) in the premier class. Indeed with three quarters of the race distance run in the opening MX1 encounter on the sandy circuit it looked very much as if ex-Champion Whatley had done enough as he had built up a comfortable lead, but Simpson kept grinding away and eventually took the lead and the chequered flag. It was a similar situation for Anstie in the first MX2 race as Sterry looked smooth at the front but a small mistake allowed the Kawasaki rider to the front and he was never headed again. FIM X-TRIAL DES NATIONS The Spanish team of Toni Bou – Repsol Honda and Albert Cabestany – Sherco remained totally unpenalised to run out the clear winners of the 2015 FIM X-Trial des Nations held in Nice, France. Whilst their victory was perhaps never in doubt the level of their performance was certainly beyond expectation as between them Bou and Cabestany cleaned all six sections in the two directions they were ridden over both laps. France’s combination of Loris Gubian – Gas Gas and Alexandre Ferrer – Sherco were worthy runners-up on the night after they fought their way back into contention after a shaky opening lap. Great Britain completed the final podium as James Dabill - Vertigo and Michael Brown – Gas Gas slipped from an intermediate second spot at the halfway point, to third place come the finish. GRAND NATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY (GNCC) The 16th running of the FMF Steele Creek GNCC took place on Sunday at the beautiful Steele Creek Campground, where Kailub Russell saw his third straight victory of the 2015 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series. Adam McGill extended his points lead in the XC1 Pro ATV class on Saturday after capturing his second consecutive win of the 2015 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series. MONSTER ENERGY AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP For the sixth time this season, Red Bull KTM's Ryan Dungey was victorious en route to winning the Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, race at the Edward Jones Dome in front of 58,552 fans. Red Bull KTM's Marvin Musquin won his fifth Eastern Regional 250SX Class race, leading all 15 laps of the Main Event. This was the fifth time this season that the Red Bull KTM team swept both classes. WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF PATAGONIA Max Nagl wins the MXGP of Patagonia in Argentina by virtue of his second race win after finishing on equal points with Clement Desalle. Dylan Ferrandis scores his maiden GP win in MX2. MAXXIS ACU BRITISH MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Following events at round one of the Maxxis Championship held a Hilton Park, the ACU held an enquiry at Rugby on Wednesday 25th March. Read a brief summary of the ACU Enquiry into Hilton Park ULSTER SIDECARCROSS AND ULSTER & IRISH QUADCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS Even the weather co-operated as the Cookstown Club hosted the first round of the experimental new Championship format combining Youth and Adult Quadcross with Sidecarcross in an effort to raise the profile of multi-wheel off road sport, and also let the Youth riders experience riding with the best in Europe. BRITISH MASTERS MOTOCROSS Kristian Whatley’s last-minute decision to ride the opening round of the Masters Motocross at Preston Docks pays off as he walks away with maximum points. AMA ENDUROCROSS SERIES Round 2 of the 2015 EnduroCross season moved west to Salt Lake City, UT this past Saturday where Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Mike Brown claimed his first win since 2013. MONSTER ENERGY AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Eli Tomac scores his second win of the season in Detroit although a second-place finish by Ryan Dungey still sees him holding a healthy lead in the championship points standings. FIM X-TRIAL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Albert Cabestany – Sherco took a surprise win at the closing round of the 2015 FIM X-Trial World Championship held in Oviedo, Spain. After a poor qualifying showing, the thirty-four-year-old who last won a round of the series back in 2010 held his nerve brilliantly in the final section of the night to demote Adam Raga – Gas Gas into second spot. If Cabestany’s victory was a surprise, Toni Bou – Repsol Honda finishing down in third position was an even bigger shock. Although best on the opening lap, Bou was completely off form in the final and just managed to keep Jeroni Fajardo – Beta down in fourth place on the night. CADWALLADER POWYS ENDURO Regs are now available to download for the ever-popular 2015 Cadwallader Powys Enduro which is being organised by Mid Wales Trail Riders Association on August 9th.   MAXXIS BRITISH MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP ACU Events have issued a statement following the incident marred opening round of the Maxxis British Motocross Championship. MONSTER ENERGY AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Red Bull KTM factory rider Ryan Dungey, once again, secured a win following his 250 Supercross team-mate, Marvin Musquin, for the third consecutive time this season. This win marked Dungey’s fifth win of the season. GRAND NATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY (GNCC) The 2015 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series presented by Maxxis, an AMA National Championship, made its way to Washington, Georgia for the annual Maxxis General GNCC. With rain accumulation through the week leading up to Sunday's race, Aonia Pass Motocross Park presented muddy conditions all weekend long. However, Factory FMF/KTM's Kailub Russell emerged victorious despite the conditions to secure his second straight victory in as many rounds. Over in the Quad category, with muddy conditions and rainfall taking place throughout the day, Adam McGill emerged victorious in a two-hour test of survival to put himself into the XC1 Pro points lead for the first time since 2008. MAXXIS BRITISH MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP The British Motocross Championship got underway at Hilton Park in Wolverhampton where a number of serious incidents marred the proceedings with many riders being highly critical of both the track and the organisation of the meeting. We will post updates on Mel Pocock’s progress following his horrific injury - keep checking back here. Update three posted... JACK FROST ENDURO Provisional results of the Jack Frost Enduro are                            Photos are  FIM SUPERENDURO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP KTM’s Taddy BLAZUSIAK is crowned the 2015 Maxxis FIM SuperEnduro World Champion at the final round of the series in Cahors, France. Signing off on a fantastic season of SuperEnduro action, the French fans and RedBull.TV audience were treated to a night of non-stop competitive racing that was capped off with BLAZUSIAK securing a sixth consecutive world crown. FIM X-TRIAL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Toni Bou – Repsol Honda clinched the 2015 FIM X-Trial World Championship, his ninth successive title in this series, after he took the victory at the penultimate round held in Wiener Neustadt, Austria. Bou was once again in a class of his own on the night and relied on Jeroni Fajardo – Beta taking the runners up spot at round five to seal the championship with one event still remaining as his main title rival Adam Raga – Gas Gas was demoted to third on this occasion. Bou now holds an insurmountable advantage of twenty-one points in the general standings following his fourth win of the season at an event where Albert Cabestany – Sherco rounded out the top four. FIM X-TRIAL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Toni Bou – Repsol Honda returned to the top step of the podium at the fourth round of the 2015 FIM X-Trial World Championship held in Barcelona, Spain. His latest victory, the third of the season, was a hard fought one with last round winner Adam Raga – Gas Gas taking the fight right until the final section in what proved an ultra tough competition throughout. Raga was a worthy runner up, finishing just four marks behind Bou and well clear of Albert Cabestany – Sherco who took the last rostrum spot as he edged out Jeroni Fajardo – Beta by a single mark. Bou now leads Raga in the general standing by thirteen points with two rounds to go. THE MICHELIN TOUGH ONE HARD ENDURO Red Bull KTM’s Jonny Walker delivered a great ride at The Tough One Hard Enduro at Britain’s Nantmawr Quarry to finish the 13 laps of the demanding and uncharacteristically dry track and cross the line in front and two minutes ahead of rival Graham Jarvis. GRAND NATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY (GNCC) The 2015 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series presented by Maxxis, an AMA National Championship, kicked off its 41st annual season on Saturday with the Moose Racing Wild Boar GNCC in Palatka, Florida. Factory FMF/KTM's Kailub Russell picked up right where he left off last season with a commanding victory in the XC1 Pro Class. Following two hours of intense quad racing, it was N-Fab/AmPro Yamaha/Maxxis/Lonestar Racing's Walker Fowler who came away with the first victory of the 2015 season. MONSTER ENERGY AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ryan Dungey earned his first-ever Daytona Supercross victory at the tenth round of the Monster Energy Supercross Series, an FIM Championship. Dungey earned his victory on the same night as his team-mate, Marvin Musquin, for the third time in a row this season. WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF THAILAND Ryan Villopoto and Tony Cairoli each win a moto in Thailand but Villopoto takes the overall GP victory. Jeffrey Herlings romps away to a double-race win in MX2 while Kiara Fontanesi wins both WMX races. AMA ENDUROCROSS SERIES Cody Webb kicked off the defence of his GEICO EnduroCross AMA Championship in style by taking the win at the opening round inside the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach, Florida. The FMF/RPM/KTM Team Maxxis rider had a back-and-forth battle with Kyle Redmond on the Factory Beta early in the race and survived a crash and a bad start to take the win. Redmond eventually had a few crashes and battled back to finish third. Rockstar, Lucas Oil Husqvarna-backed Colton Haaker rode a steady race to take second. MONSTER ENERGY AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Ryan Dungey and Marvin Musquin make it a good day at Atlanta2 by each taking a race win. FIM SUPERENDURO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP KTM´s Cody WEBB claims his debut Maxxis FIM SuperEnduro World Championship win at the penultimate round of the 2015 series in Belo Horizonte, Brazil In a night of non-stop action it was USA’s Cody Webb who finally put an end to Taddy BLAZUSIAK’s winning ways by claiming the top step of the podium from David KNIGHT (GB-KTM) and BLAZUSIAK in third. WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF QATAR Max Nagl scores an historic MXGP double win for Husqvarna in the GP of Qatar. Jeffrey Herlings proves he has lost none of his speed by scorching to a double race win in MX2. Livia Lancelot goes 1-1 in WMX. LACAPELLE MARIVAL INTERNATIONAL MOTOCROSS Shaun Simpson wins the LaCapelle International Motocross in southern France. CERI HARE AND HOUNDS Results of MWTRA’s February Ceri Hare and Hounds are HERE! 32ND AIROH MANTOVA STARCROSS Winning the three races, Belgian Clement Desalle, the 25-year-old from La Louviere, snatched victory of the 32th edition of Starcross, the great classical motocross race which traditionally precedes the World Championship, while Jordi Tixier confirmed his superiority in MX2, just as he did last year. MONSTER ENERGY AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Chad Reed races to the win at Atlanta1 in the Georgia Dome while second place is good enough for Ryan Dungey to extend his championship points advantage. FIM SUPERENDURO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP KTM’s Taddy BLAZUSIAK makes it four wins on the bounce with victory at the Maxxis FIM SuperEnduro World Championship GP of Mexico in Guadalajara Continuing on from where he left off at round three of the series in Finland, KTM’s Taddy BLAZUSIAK delivered a solid performance in front of the Mexican crowd to secure the overall win. WIN A BRAND-NEW 2015 BETA 300RR                                                                                                                                    Hands up if you'd like the opportunity to win a brand-new 2015 Beta 300rr ! Well here's your chance. HELL’S GATE EXTREME ENDURO Red Bull KTM’s Jonny Walker won one of the toughest of Hell’s Gate Hard Enduros in recent memory on Saturday, battling not only the usual hellish course conditions but also very bad weather. MONSTER ENERGY AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ryan Dungey collected his second win of the season at the seventh round of the Monster Energy Supercross Series leading from start to finish. His win came after an already exciting night for the Red Bull KTM Factory Team after his team-mate, Marvin Musquin, took the victory in the 250SX class. VALENCE INTERNATIONAL MOTOCROSS Rockstar Energy Suzuki World MXGP rider Clement Desalle raced to victory at the Valence pre-season International Motocross event in France where the races were hit by constant rain that turned the circuit into a single-lined mudfest. ROGER MAUGHFLING TRIAL Results from the Central Wales Auto Club’s ‘Roger Maughfling Trial’ are now available. Click the button below... WILLCOCK HOLEFORMERS BRITISH QUAD CHAMPIONSHIP A winter competing in the French Sand Championship paid dividends for Stefan Murphy at Hawkstone Park on Sunday where he took overall victory in the opening round of the ACU British Quad Championship to lead the series for the first time in his career. The 24-year-old ATV’s R Us Yamaha rider admitted the additional race fitness and bike prep time stood him in good stead as the superbly prepared Shropshire sand truck dug up particularly deep and rough over the course of the day and took its toll on many riders and machines. THE TOUGH ONE’S LITTLE BROTHER WOR Events produced another piece of superb Extreme Enduro action last Sunday as the Tough One Little Brother (TOLB) returned to the iconic Nantmawr Quarry for a standalone event but also as a prelude for the big, main Tough One that's on its way in early March. INTERNAZIONALE D’ITALIA After a successful outing at the opening round of the Internazionali d’Italia MX Sidi Series in Riola last weekend, Red Bull IceOne Husqvarna Factory Racing moved on to Castiglione del Lago for round two of the Italian motocross championship where Max Nagl secured victory in the Elite class. HAWKSTONE INTERNATIONAL MOTOCROSS 2015 Rockstar Energy Suzuki’s Kevin Strijbos, Clement Desalle and Glenn Coldenhoff swept the podium in their first International race of the season at the Hawkstone Park International Motocross in the UK.   MONSTER ENERGY AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Trey Canard races to his second win of the year in San Diego. Ken Roczen bounces back to finish second while Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ryan Dungey comes home third to maintain his spot at the top of the championship points standings. FIM X-TRIAL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Adam Raga – Gas Gas won the third round of 2015 FIM X-Trial World Championship held in Pau, France. This marked Raga’s first victory in the series since Barcelona 2008 and brought to an end Toni Bou’s – Repsol Honda winning run that dates back to Marseille 2010. Raga was in the form of his life and fully capitalised on a rare mistake by Bou, but was more than worthy of this important and historic victory on his own merit. The duel between the leading Spanish duo overshadowed the supporting cast as Jeroni Fajardo – Beta took his first podium place of the season when he finished eight marks clear of Albert Cabestany – Sherco. ARENACROSS UK Round 5 saw the action take place inside the Newcastle Metro Radio Arena on Sunday afternoon. THE PUTOLINE HARE SCRAMBLES SERIES 2015 WOR Events have announced the details and information for their 2015 PUTOLINE HARE SCRAMBLES series for solo riders and racers. This series, now in its third year, is the mainstay of the WOR Events championship calendar and will offer exciting new venues, serious club level racing and professional and safe organisation along with a very welcome and friendly atmosphere. BUILTH WELLS MOTOR CLUB 2015 After another very successful 2104 running the ever-popular time card enduros, 2015 will see Builth Wells Motor Club return to running hare and hound events. ENDUROPALE DU TOUQUET BEACH RACE Moto Land-Yamaha Yamalube Racing’s Adrien Van Beveren made the famously intense beach race Enduro du Touquet look easy as he rode his Yamaha YZ450F to victory, claiming the French Sand Racing Championship (FFM des Courses sur Sable) title for the second time in a row. INTERNAZIONALE D’ITALIA Many of the GP stars broke cover following the winter break at the opening round of the Italian motocross championship in Sardinia. Gautier Paulin, Tony Cairoli and Pauls Jonass blew away the cobwebs to take the race wins. FIM SUPERENDURO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Sherco’s Emma BRISTOW is crowned 2015 SuperEnduro Women’s Cup Champion at the GP of Finland in Helsinki. KTM’s Taddy BLAZUSIAK steals the show with victory at round three of the 2015 Maxxis FIM SuperEnduro World Championship in Helsinki, Finland. Continuing his unbeaten run of overall wins in the 2015 series, BLAZUSIAK made a last lap pass in the final race of the night to claim the top step of the Prestige podium from Cody WEBB (USA- KTM). MONSTER ENERGY AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ryan Dungey took his first win of the season aboard the KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition motorcycle in the 450 SX class at the fifth round of the Monster Energy Supercross, an FIM World Championship Series, held at Angel Stadium. FIM X-TRIAL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Round two of the 2015 FIM X-Trial World Championship held in Marseille, France saw Toni Bou – Repsol Honda storm to his second straight win of the season and in doing so he has now already opened up a healthy lead in the general standings. Tonight’s runner-up Adam Raga – Gas Gas had no answer to Bou, and whilst the results only show a winning margin of four marks this was only because Toni fived the last section as he tried to super entertain the audience, otherwise his advantage would have been far greater. ARENACROSS UK Adam Chatfield leads the Honda Arenacross challenge into the second half of the series, having recovered from injury to take victory at Birmingham's LG Arena. The 2013 champion crashed out hard in Belfast, with cracked ribs and a chest injury leaving Chatfield contemplating missing the rest of the tour. However, a quick recovery and last minute decision to race wowed the crowds in Birmingham, with Chatfield edging out French rider, Florent Richier and passing Thomas Ramette on the way to a dramatic Pro Main Event win. MONSTER ENERGY AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP The AMA Supercross Championship headed into Oakland for the fourth round of the series which saw the championship turned on its head. Previous points leader Ken Roczen had a major crash while Trey Canard took the race win. Ryan Dungey however leap-frogged to the head of the points standings. ALÈS TRÊM EXTREME ENDURO Red Bull KTM’s Jonny Walker opened his Extreme Enduro season with flair and a win in a brand-new event, the Alès Trêm in France on Saturday. JORGE CASALES JOINS THE BETA TRIAL FACTORY TEAM Jorge Casales joins the Beta Trial Factory Team for the next two years. The young Spanish rider is ready to do his best riding the EVO 300. DAVID HERBRETEAU SIGNS WITH MONSTER ENERGY KAWASAKI AND VHR French hopeful David Herbreteau has signed a three-year deal with Kawasaki, and will race in the EMX250 Championship with team VHR Kawasaki this season. ARENACROSS UK The Arenacross series hopped across the Irish Sea to Belfast for the second and third rounds where Angelo Pellegrini took to the top step of the podium although Thomas Ramette hung on to his championship lead. MONSTER ENERGY AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP The AMA Supercross Championship paid its second visit to Angel Stadium in Anaheim where Ken Roczen added to his points lead by racing to his second win of the season. In the Western Regional 250SX Class, Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha's Cooper Webb used a last-lap pass to make it back-to-back wins, taking control of the points lead by doing so.
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