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He's pretty much the same as in GPs though, always very aggressive. Remember what he did to Herlings at the French GP last year off the gate
Dylan is fast though, he passed Jeremy Martin in Latvia at the MXDN before Jeremy crashed and hurt ... more »
This is a great debate, and great to hear the US-based media reasons too. Much appreciated. Yes, I acknowledge that and I guess my idealistic view is from outside the USA is a totally different perspective than from inside the USA. Marrying those two ... more »
So basically we both agree then Davey? AMA of all varieties takes a heavy precedence over world championship motocross in Racer X? Which is all I'm really saying too. I'm just surprised that MXGP doesn't get a slightly bigger profile on such a global
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I agree, huge turnaround this season. Always had speed but seemed to crash more often than not. Nice to see these guys get another chance on a top team, well done to TLD for getting him and well done to Jordon for turning his career around and getting ... more »
Excited to see Cooper Webb going against Dungey and Tomac and renewing his rivalry with Musquin in the 450s plus seeing how Ferrandis adapts to US tracks and if AC can challenge for the title.
Very good points and I agree. But regardless of whether Ken or Marvin are racing, the interest is still big in US racing outside the US because there is less of an US v them mentality and the rest of the world enjoy top level mx regardless of where it ... more »
I think Febvre is in the U.S. with Hughes so maybe Bobby is in the US too with Mexico being in a week's time.
The riders are the heroes. We are the fans. So that's pretty cool!
I remember he had quite a lot of hype coming into the pro ranks and showed a lot of speed and potential when he got there with YOT, but never quite fulfilled what I guess many expected. Great talent with a great style too. Always interesting to hear ... more »
The announcement MX Sports and YS are working together is superb for the sport and one of the most significant steps forward for motocross in many, many years imo. I was genuinely excited when I heard the news. It is a bit ironic that JT is saying that ... more »
I have been to both. Really enjoyed Hangtown, looks great and good viewing plus it's a nice area and town too. Glen Helen hills are also impressive but the first round is usually the most exciting. I would go to both if you can!
One of Britain's (and Europe's) biggest young talents Ben Watson missed most of 2016 with a serious foot injury but has returned impressively this season by scoring points immediately in MX2 GPs and dominated the first round of the British MX2 championship ... more »
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It's great to see his positive attitude, I really hope he can get back to where he was and prove the doctors concerns wrong. But that was a horrendous injury, it would be a sad way to see one of the greats of the sport go out. Fingers crossed he can ... more »
Half a second between top nine and 1.5 between top 16
Impressed with Prado. He's not usually known for his hard pack riding but obviously been working on it this winter!
Half a second covering the top five in MXGP. Cairoli is focussed this year. two years not at 100%, he's determined to prove he still has it!
Great to see Lieber back. Jonass confirming his undoubted speed there. So much depth in MX2 this year. Great to see so many fast kids coming through.
Very excited. It will be interesting to see who does what in MX2. Lots of fast rookies coming through!
Giuseppe Luongo talks about several issues in his latest interview including the upcoming MXGP season, the reason for MXGP going to Indonesia, the chances for 250 two-strokes in MX2 and the potential for a combined US National and MXGP to be run in the ... more »
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