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LUCAS OIL PRO MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Drama surrounded the final round of the 2015 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship on Saturday afternoon as one of the closest 250 Class title fights in history was decided with the series’ second ever visit to Ironman Raceway for the Bud Light Ironman National. Unfortunately the anticipated showdown between Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha’s Jeremy Martin and Red Bull KTM’s Marvin Musquin was short-lived, as an apparent technical issue in the first moto brought a heartbreaking end to Musquin’s title hopes and allowed Martin hoist the Gary Jones Cup as the 250 Class Champion for back-to-back seasons. With the championship already wrapped up by Ryan Dungey, the attention in the 450 Class shifted to the battle for the runner-up spot in the final standings between’s Justin Barcia and RCH Soaring Eagle/Jimmy Johns/Suzuki Factory Racing’s Ken Roczen, with five points sitting between them in favour of Barcia. WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF LOMBARDIA Max Anstie keeps up his recent run of good form as he wins both MX2 races at the GP of Lombardia in Mantova. Romain Febvre takes his Yamaha to a maximum points-scoring double race win in MXGP. NANCY VAN DE VAN WITH YAMAHA FOR A FURTHER YEAR Nancy van de Ven has made the decision to stay with Yamaha for a further year following her third place finish in this year’s Women’s World Motocross Championship. KEMEA YAMAHA EXTEND CONTRACT OF BENOIT PATUREL KEMEA Yamaha Yamalube have announced the extension of the contract of Benoit Paturel. The French rider, who’s riding his first full MX2 GP season in 2015, has signed for another two years with the team and will finish his MX2 career under the KEMEA tent. Next to the confirmation of Benoit, head mechanic Jeremy Fontaine and Paturel’s mechanic Sam Pittraye will also remain part of the team in the coming years. APICO HUSQVARNA SIGN FOR 2016 MOTOCROSS SEASON                                                                           Husqvarna Motorcycles UK Ltd has secured the signing of Apico Husqvarna motocross team for a second successive season. Building on the success of 2015, the UK official Husqvarna team are looking to grow with focus on the 250 class. Current EMX250 Champion Steven Clarke will lead the line-up, after his consistent and strong performances at the British Championship and EMX250 races this season. KRISTIAN WHATLEY RETAINED FOR 2016 SEASON                                  The Buildbase Honda MX Team is pleased to announce that their current MX1 rider Kristian Whatley has recently signed a new agreement that will see his services retained for the 2016 season. JACKO MEMORIAL ENDURO The Central Wales Auto Club are holding the fifth Jacko Memorial Enduro on September 13. This event will follow the same format as last year but this year it is also a round of the Welsh Sportsman and Welsh and British Sidecar Championships. The course will be aimed at Clubman, Sportsman, Beginners, Over-40s and Ladies although there will be classes for all, including quads. The event will be held entirely within Radnor Forest and will consist of a number of laps of approximately 20 miles or so of green lanes, forestry roads and offroad going and will be rideable for all classes. This is a charity event with a low entry fee which has proved very popular in the last few years so please get your entries in before the closing date as entries could be limited this year because of the popularity. Timing will be by transponders this year so either your ACU licence, driving licence or £20 will be needed as a deposit. Please contact 01547520524 or e-mail: POWYS ENDURO Results of the 2015 Powys Enduro are LUCAS OIL PRO MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP KTM celebrated another championship win, as Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Ryan Dungey sealed the 2015 US Pro Motocross title aboard his KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition at the penultimate round of the series in Utah. WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF BELGIUM The deep sand of Lommel proved to be a happy hunting ground for British riders as Shaun Simpson (MXGP) and Max Anstie (MX2) go 1-1 for maximum points. In the European championships Brad Anderson (EMX300) and Jack Bintcliffe (EMX150) also take away maximum points. WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF CZECH REPUBLIC Romain Febvre takes another maximum MXGP points score in Loket. Max Anstie took the win in the first MX2 race but a crash in Moto 2 let Valentin Guillod in for the overall victory. Despite Nancy Van De Ven winning both WMX races Kiara Fontanesi becomes the 2015 WMX world champion. Brad Anderson wins both EMX300 races at his first attempt while Albin Larsen closes the gap at the top of the EMX150 points chase as he and Jack Bintcliffe take a win and second place finish apiece. WORLD TRIAL CHAMPIONSHIP Series leader Toni Bou – Repsol Honda made an emphatic return to his more usual winning ways as he destroyed the opposition on the opening day at Stepping Stones Ranch that marked round seven of the 2015 FIM Trial World Championship. Bou ended the day thirty-two marks clear of Adam Raga – Gas Gas who himself was looking to extend his own recent victorious run, having beaten Toni on the last three occasions. Normal service was resumed as Toni Bou – Repsol Honda made it back-to- back wins on the second day of competition. In almost a repeat of twenty-four hours earlier, Bou was again the dominant force as he left even his closest rivals with no answers to take the victory on this occasion by twenty-four marks from runner up Adam Raga – Gas Gas for the second day running. Toni now holds a thirty-four point cushion in the general standings with just two GP events remaining. Jeroni Fajardo – Beta bounced back from his relatively poor showing on Saturday to take the final podium place on day two. WOR EVENTS SIX-HOUR ENDUROTHON Last Sunday’s six-hour Endurothon organised annually by WOR Events went down a treat as the fantastic Baden Hall venue in Staffordshire provided a brilliant 6.3 mile track that entertained all the riders from Ironman through to the Two-Man teams. LUCAS OIL PRO MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP In a return to his home state of Minnesota, Belle Plaine native Ryan Dungey returned to the top of the 450 Class podium with a 1-1 sweep of the La Crescent Wine & Spirit Spring Creek National, the eighth round of 2015 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. RED BULL ROMANIACS The Red Bull Romaniacs is the toughest Hard Enduro Rally on earth. And Jonny Walker has won it again. He was pushed hard throughout the whole race by Graham Jarvis (UK, Husqvarna), who took the final day’s win from him within the last few metres. They had crossed some of the world's most difficult terrain and ended up only being a few seconds apart at the end of the day. MAXXIS BRITISH MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Shaun Simpson takes away another maximum MX1 points haul from the sixth round of the British Championship at Foxhill. Max Anstie does the same in MX2 as does Ryan Voase in the Veterans. NEVILLE BRADSHAW RETURNS TO HEADS & ALL THREADS SUZUKI The Heads & All Threads Suzuki team have called upon Nev Bradshaw to return to the British Championship at round six at Foxhill on Sunday, 19th of July, aboard the Suzuki RM-Z250 in the MX2 class. TREVOR EVANS MEMORIAL ENDURO Rhayader Motor Club will be holding a brand-new event on Saturday, August 29 in memory of the late Trevor Evans (ex-British Sidecar Enduro Champion and Rhayader Motor Club committee member). The ‘Trevor Evans Memorial Enduro’ will take place at Home Farm, Abbeycwmhir, near Rhayader in  Mid-Wales. WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF LATVIA A new name stood atop the podium of the MXGP class in Kegums as Glenn Coldenhoff powered to the overall win. Max Anstie finally hit the heady heights in MX2 as he won both races to scoop a maximum points haul. FIM ENDURO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Antoine MEO leads the way on day one at round six of the 2015 Maxxis FIM Enduro World Championship in St Hubert, Belgium. The opening day of competition at the GP FunnelWeb Filter of Belgium was one to savour for championship leaders Eero REMES (FIN - TM), Antoine MEO (F - KTM) and Mathias BELLINO (F - Husqvarna) as they all claimed wins in their respective classes. On Day 2, the Maxxis FIM Enduro World Championship signed off on a terrific inaugural GP FunnelWeb Filter of Belgium with closely fought racing across all classes. Despite a late downpour of rain, Antoine MEO (KTM), Mathias BELLINO (Husqvarna) and Eero REMES (TM) all made it two wins in a row in their respective classes in St Hubert. With heavy rain catching the majority of riders on the fourth and final lap of the day, the GP of Belgium gave competitors a complete test of fitness and mental strength this weekend. EVGENY BOBRYSHEV EXTENDS DEAL WITH TEAM HRC Evgeny Bobryshev, the affable Russian, has signed an extension to his agreement with Team HRC and will remain on the factory Honda CRF450RW for the 2016 season. The new deal means that in 2016 the 28-year-old from Kondrovo, Russia, will enjoy his seventh season with Honda in motocross. STEVEN FROSSARD TO COMPLETE SEASON WITH KRT Following the recent announcement of Ryan Villopoto's retirement, the Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team has reached an agreement with Steven Frossard to complete the season alongside Tyla Rattray. RYAN VILLOPOTO ANNOUNCES HIS RETIREMENT                                                                                                             Winner of multiple AMA Supercross and AMA Pro Motocross titles, Kawasaki icon Ryan Villopoto has announced his retirement. As a result of a crash and subsequent injuries sustained at the fourth round of the current MXGP Championship in Trentino, Italy, the 27-year-old Kawasaki rider has taken the difficult decision to cease competing in the sport that has seen him elevated to the status of one of the all-time greats both indoors and outdoors.   ADAM CIANCIARULO OUT FOR SEASON Once again, Adam Cianciarulo's season has come to an early and unfortunate end. The Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki rider will miss the remainder of the 2015 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship after injuring his right shoulder while testing last week before RedBud. WOR EVENTS PUTOLINE HARE SCRAMBLE SERIES A fantastic track was laid out for the lucky riders at the latest round of the Putoline Hare Scrambles series for 2015. WOR Events had created a true 5.5 mile cross country enduro track that had a little bit of everything for the riders including both extremes of the weather, cracking sunshine and dust followed by a whopping downpour that turned the ground very slippery to say the least. TARENIG BRITISH CHAMPIONSHIP ENDURO PREVIEW Hafren Dirt Bike Club members have been hard at work for the past six months preparing what is essentially a new event to the Edmondson Racing British Enduro Championship, although this event will share some elements of their successful Hafren British, European and World rounds. The Tarenig Enduro is slightly further west than the usual Hafren DBC events. WORLD TRIAL CHAMPIONSHIP Adam Raga – Gas Gas today took his second win a row, this time on the opening day of the Grand Prix of Andorra that marked round six of 2015 FIM Trial World Championship held in Sant Julià de Lòria. Raga had trailed reigning champion Toni Bou – Repsol Honda going into the last the lap by two marks, but a couple of uncharacteristic mistakes by Bou during the closing stages saw Adam make it back-to-back victories as he eventually ended the day six marks clear of his arch-rival. Adam Raga – Gas Gas completed the double at round seven of the 2015 FIM Trial World Championship as he took victory on the second day of the Grand Prix of Andorra held in the town of Sant Julià de Lòria to follow on from the win he achieved just twenty-four hours earlier. WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF SWEDEN Romain Febvre scores another MXGP win in Sweden. Jeffrey Herlings wins the opening MX2 race then crashes out of contention in the second moto to give Tim Gajser the overall victory. JORDI TIXIER MOVES TO MXGP WITH KRT IN 2016 Current MX2 FIM World Champion Jordi Tixier will remain faithful to Kawasaki for his move to the MXGP class in 2016 after signing with the Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team. LUCAS OIL PRO MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP The 2015 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship celebrated Independence Day on Saturday with the sport’s annual tradition in Southwest Michigan, as the Red Bull RedBud National signified the seventh round of the season. It was a memorable day for the Yamaha brand, as it claimed the overall win in both classes for the first time since Southwick in 1998. SIMPSON AND ANSTIE CONFIRMED FOR MXON IN FRANCE Following the fifth round of the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship powered by Skye Energy at Blaxhall, Team GB manager Neil Prince has confirmed the first two riders for the Motocross of Nations in September. ACU INTER-CENTRE TEAM ENDURO - CANCELLED The ACU Inter Centre Team Enduro, due to take place on July 12 at Harting Down, has been cancelled. At the time of the close of entries only twenty one entries had been received, nearly all from south-east teams. The decision has therefore been taken to minimise the loss to the combine. The organisers would like to apologise to those who were looking forward to the event and thank all who have been involved in the planning of the event to date and to those who offered assistance over the weekend. WILVO FORKRENT KTM AND STEVEN FROSSARD PART COMPANY After a difficult first half of the 2015 season, Wilvo Forkrent KTM and Steven Frossard have taken the decision to part company. MAX NAGL AND ALEKSANDR TONKOV INJURY UPDATE Following on from their respective ankle and shoulder injuries sustained at the GP of Germany – round 10 of the 2015 FIM Motocross World Championship on June 21 – Husqvarna Motorcycles confirms that Max Nagl will be out of action for the next two GPs, with Aleksandr Tonkov sidelined for the rest of the 2015 season. ULSTER MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS The riders at the halfway round of the MRA Ulster Motocross Championships at Tandragee hosted by the North Armagh Motorcycle & Car Club Off Road Section put on a super show of close racing under sunny skies. LUCAS OIL PRO MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP It was a wild, unforgettable day at Budds Creek Motocross Park. Among the day's events: severe weather that caused a two-hour delay and nearly resulted in the cancellation of the final 450 Class moto. Fortunately for Justin Barcia, the race did take place, and it resulted in the first moto win and first overall win of his 450 Class career in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. Red Bull KTM's Marvin Musquin overcame a disappointing showing in the first 250 Class moto at Budds Creek to claim the overall victory thanks to a win in the second moto. MAXXIS BRITISH MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP In contrasting styles, Max Anstie (Monster Energy DRT Kawasaki) and Shaun Simpson Hitachi Construction Machinery KTM UK) won their respective classes as the series continued after the short mid term break at Blaxhall Pits in the East of England today. Anstie won his three motos with relative ease whilst Simpson, who was beaten in the opening MX1 encounter by Steven Frossard (Wilvo Forkrent KTM), took two race wins which included a charge from absolutely last to first in the final moto of the day. WORLD TRIAL CHAMPIONSHIP Toni Bou – Repsol Honda delivered another devastating below to his main rivals in the 2015 FIM Trial World Championship as he recorded a clear victory, his ninth on the bounce, on the opening day of the French Grand Prix in Andon to maintain his 100% winning run this season. Adam Raga – Gas Gas brought an end to Toni Bou’s – Repsol Honda 100% winning run in the 2015 FIM Trial World Championship when he took the victory on the second day of the French Grand Prix in Andon. Raga trailed Bou, who had won all nine counting days to date, by a single mark at the end of the first lap before then turning that small deficit into a twelve mark lead come the end of lap two. “THE WELSH TWO-DAY ENDURO” Provisional results of the 2015 Welsh are below... JEFFREY HERLINGS INJURY UPDATE Successful collarbone surgery for Jeffrey Herlings. Jeffrey Herlings from the Red Bull KTM Factory Team has had successful surgery on his broken collarbone. The plan is that he can appear on the start line at the eleventh round of the MX2 World Championship in Uddevalla, Sweden. Jeffrey and the team will look at the situation day by day and, on that basis, make a final decision nearer the time. Although Jeffrey failed to score any points in the German Grand Prix, he still has a lead of 100 points in the battle for the world championship. At present, there are eight races left on the calendar. FIM ENDURO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Husqvarna’s Pela RENET proved the rider to beat on the opening day of competition at round five of the Maxxis FIM Enduro World Championship in Rovetta, Italy. With the GP Acerbis of Italy delivering a fantastic mix of special tests, great weather and a massively enthusiastic crowd, the competitors of the EWC were treated to a memorable day’s action. The Maxxis FIM Enduro World Championship GP Acerbis of Italy ended on a high in Rovetta on day two with Sherco's LORENZO SANTOLINO claiming his debut Enduro 1 class victory. With chewed up special tests, a long physical day of hard-fought racing putting the EWC competitors through their paces and a passionate Italian crowd to cheer the riders home, the fifth round of the series in Italy was certainly one to remember for all the right reasons. WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF GERMANY The German GP proved to be memorable for all the wrong reasons - Romain Febvre wins the MXGP to take over the red plate as championship points leader after the previous holder of the red plate, Max Nagl, breaks an ankle. Tim Gajser scores the overall win in MX2 as Jeffrey Herlings crashes out of the opening race which resulted in a broken collarbone for the championship leader. JAMES STEWART RE-SIGNS WITH YOSHIMURA SUZUKI FACTORY RACING                                                 Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Racing has reached a multi-year agreement with James Stewart to contest both AMA/ FIM Supercross and AMA Pro Motocross Championships. IRISH MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP The Killinchy Club hosted the fourth round of the Irish Motocross Championships at Downpatrick which saw a mix of racing on the fast dusty track, with Richard Bird from Lisburn on the Watt KTM winning the overall but with Loughbrickland’s John Meara breaking his MX1 Championship duck by winning the last race of the day on the TMC KTM on the eve of his 21st birthday.   ROMAIN FEBVRE AND YAMAHA TOGETHER FOR TWO MORE YEARS                                                            MXGP star and winner of the last two rounds of the FIM Motocross World Championship, Romain Febvre, has signed to stay with the Yamaha Factory Racing Yamalube team for the 2016 and 2017 campaigns. LUCAS OIL PRO MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP With each passing week in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, Ken Roczen has gotten better and better. His resurgence continued at the UPMC High Point National, as he finally earned his first 450 Class overall win of the season thanks to a Moto 2 victory. The points lead in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship 250 Class has already gone back and forth several times throughout the season, and once again, the red plate has changed hands. Red Bull KTM's Marvin Musquin earned his second overall win of the season by sweeping both motos at the UPMC Sports Medicine High Point National. WORLD TRIAL CHAMPIONSHIP Day one of the British GP in Penrith sees yet another victory for Toni Bou in a complicated trial with tricky ground conditions making for a difficult trial. The Repsol Honda Team rider maintains his unbeaten streak this season after an impressive first lap which set him apart from rivals. On the second day, unlike the first day, the reigning champion romped to an easy and emphatic victory to extend his unbeaten run to eight Trials in a row. WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF ITALY Romain Febvre (MXGP) and Tim Gajser (MX2) survive the thunderstorms and mud of the Italian GP in Maggiora to win their respective classes. BUILTH WELLS MC ‘EDDY’S HARE AND HOUNDS’               YAMAHA STARS TURN OUT AT MAGGIORA FOR 2016 LAUNCH Yamaha Motor Europe made the very first presentation of the company’s 2016 off-road YZ motocross collection today (Friday, June 12) at the revered Maggiora circuit for the Grand Prix of Italy with a star- studded event in front of an international media audience. Former GP winners joined current MXGP stars to not only unveil the range – with YZ250F and YZ450F models at the heart of a catalogue that again involves strong two-stroke technology and motorcycles down to junior entry level – but also explain how some of the YZ engineering is assisting athletes to glory on the track. PAULIN, BOBRYSHEV, GAJSER AND ZARAGOZA UNVEIL 2016 HONDA CRF MACHINES AT MXGP OF ITALY The 2016 Honda CRF450R and CRF250R were revealed today (Friday, June 12) at the MXGP of Italy by Team HRC riders Gautier Paulin and Evgeny Bobryshev and Honda Gariboldi’s Tim Gajser and Jorge Zaragoza. JONNY WALKER EXTENDS KTM CONTRACT TO END OF 2017 Jonny Walker has extended his contract with KTM, and will now remain with the Austrian manufacturer through to the end of the 2017 season. Visiting the KTM Motorsport department following his joint winning ride at this year’s ErzbergRodeo Red Bull Hare Scramble, Jonny inked an extension to his existing contract with KTM’s Motorsport Director Pit Beirer. ULSTER SIDECARCROSS AND ULSTER & IRISH QUADCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS Sunny skies and an immaculately prepared track greeted the Quad & Sidecar competitors at the Mourne Club promoted event at Seaforde, County Down at the halfway point of the 2015 Championships. GRAND NATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY (GNCC) The eighth round of the 2015 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series presented by Maxxis, an AMA National Championship, embarked upon Sunday Creek Raceway in Millfield, Ohio for the 26th annual running of the Wiseco John Penton GNCC. Reigning XC1 Pro Class Champion Kailub Russell led the three-hour race from start to finish en route to his seventh win of the season. In the Quad category, after working his way through the XC1 pack, N-Fab/AmPro Yamaha/Maxxis/Lonestar Walker Fowler would come from behind to claim his fourth win. MAXXIS BRITISH MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Jeffrey Herlings sets Hawkstone Park alight as he wins all three MX2 races in the fourth round of the British Championship. Shaun Simpson’s unbeaten run comes to an end in MX1 as Steven Frossard beats him to the flag in the second race. RED BULL HARE SCRAMBLE (ERZBERGRODEO) The 2015 running of the ErzbergRodeo Red Bull Hare Scramble proved the toughest yet with  Graham Jarvis and Alfredo Gomez joining Jonny Walker and Andreas Lettenbichler on the winner’s podium with all four being declared joint winners. The 21st edition of the Hare Scramble was a fearsome one with conditions becoming so tough that it took a group effort from Jarvis, Gomez, Walker and Lettenbichler to reach the finish line. FIM ENDURO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Pela RENET – the defending Enduro 2 World Champion - has claimed his first victory of 2015, topping the E2 class on day one of the Maxxis FIM Enduro World Championship’s GP of Greece. At the end of a tough day in Serres Husqvarna’s RENET claimed the Enduro 2 class win ahead of Antoine MEO and Alex SALVINI. Finland’s Eero REMES was dominant in Enduro 1, winning nine out of the 12 special tests, to claim his third victory of the season. The Enduro 3 class continued to offer numerous close battles but it was France’s Mathias Bellino who remained consistent throughout the day to clinch victory. Contrary to weather forecasts rain never arrived in Serres on day one. A tight battle between British riders Steve HOLCOMBE (Beta) and Jamie McCANNEY (Husqvarna) in the Enduro Juniors ended after an error from McCANNEY in the extreme test of the final lap. That resulted in EWC newcomer HOLCOMBE securing his second consecutive day win for Beta. Eero Remes, Pela Renet and Mathias Bellino round out perfect weekends in Serres, all claiming double class wins at the Maxxis FIM Enduro World Championship’s GP of Greece. A second long day or racing in Serres ended with Eero Remes winning in Enduro 1, closing to within just four points on championship leader Christophe Nambotin. Husqvarna’s Pela Renet claimed his first double win of the season ahead of Antoine Meo with third going to Alex Salvini. Things were clearer second time out in Enduro 3, where Mathias Bellino got the lead early in the day and rode on to victory. Conditions were dry and even harder on day two, with mud holes and countless river crossings in the enduro test taking their toll on many riders. The fastest rider in the Enduro Junior class was Beta mounted Steve Holcombe. But the day two win went to Jamie McCanney as the Manxman was able to take advantage of the fact that Holcombe ran into troubles in the enduro test, taking water into his bike and losing precious time. Fighting hard he closed to within eight seconds of McCanney at the finish. WORLD TRIAL CHAMPIONSHIP Despite having to come from behind once again, Toni Bou – Repsol Honda extended his unbeaten run in the 2015 FIM Trial World Championship to five wins from five starts as he won on the opening day in Borås, Sweden. This was Bou’s first ever win on Swedish soil and moves him twenty five points clear at the head of the general standings, even at this early stage in the 2015 campaign. Finding himself four marks back from Jeroni Fajardo – Beta, who ended the day as worthy runner-up, Bou once more delivered a killer performance during his second lap to move into a winning position that he would not then relinquish and from which he went on to record his fifth straight win in the series. There were even more smiles in Toni’s team as he was joined on the podium by Takahisa Fujinami – Repsol Honda after the Japanese rider claimed third position on the day and his second top three finish of the season to date. It was more of the same on the second day as Bou held a three mark advantage over Adam Raga to make it his third double victory on the trot. Albert Cabestany also improved on his first day’s performance by taking the final step on the podium. AMA ENDUROCROSS SERIES The 2015 EnduroCross series has made a stop in Austin, Texas to showcase the sport at the 2015 X Games, where Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Mike Brown brought home a gold medal. Laia Sanz is the Queen of the X-Games on two wheels! She achieved a fantastic victory at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin in the women's final of Enduro X and claimed her fourth gold medal in the "Olympics" of extreme sports. LUCAS OIL PRO MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP The fourth round of the 2015 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, featured the series’ lone visit to the south east region of the country and the Third Annual Red Bull Tennessee National from Muddy Creek Raceway. One week after taking over control of the 450 Class championship with his first overall win of 2015, Red Bull KTM’s Ryan Dungey made it back-to-back victories on Saturday with a consistent 1-2 outing. In the 250 Class, defending champion and current points leader Jeremy Martin raced to his third win of the season following a 2-1 effort aboard his Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha. WOR EVENTS MOTODURO HARE SCRAMBLE WOR Events did what it said on the tin last Sunday as the Club produced a cracking format of open practice and two x one hour Motoduro races that were on a more flowing and open track at Baden Hall than the normal six miles technical loop that this venue offers. The Motoduro track was 3.5 miles in length and was subjected to a very heavy overnight downpour which made for a very slippery race one and then as the sun came out, a very quickly drying track was in perfect condition for race 2. LUCAS OIL PRO MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP The third round of the 2015 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, featured the series' annual visit to the mile high altitude of the greater Denver area for the True Value Thunder Valley National from Thunder Valley MX Park. After a day where 450 Class points leader Eli Tomac pushed his undefeated record to five motos before crashing out of the lead in the second moto, it was Red Bull KTM's Ryan Dungey who took advantage of the opportunity to earn his first overall win of the season and take over the championship lead. In the 250 Class, Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha's Jeremy Martin claimed his second overall victory of the season with a 1-1 effort, moving back into the points lead he held after the opening round of the season. WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF FRANCE Jeffrey Herlings wins both MX2 races of the French GP to extend his championship lead while Romain Febvre thrills his home fans by taking the MXGP overall win. Kiara Fontanesi comes out on top in WMX after a crash ruins Livia Lancelot’s chances. New Zealand’s Josiah Natzke proves unstoppable in EMX125 as he wins both motos. WORLD TRIAL CHAMPIONSHIP Toni Bou claimed his third consecutive win in this year’s World Trial Championship as he took to the top step of the podium on the opening day of the Czech Republic GP in Sokolov. On Day Two it was again Bou who shone as he rode to his fourth win of the season to maintain his 100% record of victories. 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 fourth 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. 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. 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.
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