Europe vs USA Motocross: is the divide that big- really?

Courtesy of Sharon Cox Europe’s FIM World Motocross Championship is world-wide Motocross Series, initiated way back in 1957 with 500cc bikes, progressing in class structure to include 250cc class in 1962 and 125cc class in 1975. Then the 80’s decade Continue reading Europe vs USA Motocross: is the divide that big- really?

Lowes and Van Der Mark Battle for the Podium in Aragon Thriller

Courtesy of Yamaha Racing Pata Yamaha WorldSBK riders, Alex Lowes and Michael van der Mark, were involved in a titanic five-way battle for the podium in today’s 18-lap WorldSBK encounter in Aragon, missing out only due to deteriorating rear grip Continue reading Lowes and Van Der Mark Battle for the Podium in Aragon Thriller

Eleventh place for Leon Camier in Race 1 at Aragón, Ryuichi Kiyonari closes 14th

Courtesy of Honda Racing Corporation The first race making up the Spanish weekend of Aragón saw a determined Leon Camier push hard to finish just outside the top ten, in eleventh position. Although not a result that can truly satisfy Continue reading Eleventh place for Leon Camier in Race 1 at Aragón, Ryuichi Kiyonari closes 14th

Al-Attiyah takes first side-by-side victory at Afriquia Merzouga Rally

Courtesy of Red Bull Media Service Team Nasser Al-Attiyah and Mathieu Baumel pick up a new title in a new category. It was a new challenge, but a familiar result for Qatar’s three-time Dakar Rally winner Nasser Al-Attiyah in Morocco Continue reading Al-Attiyah takes first side-by-side victory at Afriquia Merzouga Rally

Peterhansels team up for historic Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge victory

Courtesy of Red Bull Media Service Team Stéphane and navigator wife Andrea win as Briton Sunderland takes bike glory. Driver Stéphane Peterhansel and navigator wife Andrea combined for an historic car victory at the Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge as Sam Continue reading Peterhansels team up for historic Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge victory