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Brad Anderson: ‘I didn’t know if I was gonna race’ – Ando opens up on painful EMX300 title

Brad Anderson is now a two time EMX300 champion after defending his title in what turned out to be a very challenging 2018 season for the Verde Substa...

The Brit Report: MXGP of Italy – Imola 2018

We’ve made it! The 20th and final round of MXGP for this year with two new world champions crowned, Jeffrey Herlings wrapping up the MXGP championship...

Interview: British starlet Joel Rizzi talks about his impressive race weekend at Imola

14-year-old Joel Rizzi made his mark in Italy and stood on the Grand Prix podium – we sat down with the British starlet to get his take on the Imola e...

The Brit Report: MXGP of The Netherlands 2018

It’s come around quickly but Assen is the 19th stop on the MXGP calendar. I know this is the Brit report but I couldn’t talk about Assen without tippi...

The Brit Report: MXGP of Switzerland – Frauenfeld 2018

Sitting in the paddock on Friday afternoon with rain lashing the awnings it looked like we could be in for a mudder at round 16 of the FIM Motocross W...

The Brit Report: MXGP of Belgium – Lommel 2018

What a difference a week makes. After rain turned Duns into a soggy mess 26 Brits wiped the mud out of their eyes and headed to Belgium for the MXGP i...

The Brit Report: MXGP of Czech Republic – Loket 2018

MXGP returned to Europe this week after the long haul trip to Indonesia, the hard-packed Loket track in the Czech Republic playing host to round 14.

Interview: Graeme Irwin reveals the drama and battles in MXGP and on the disappointment of missing Indonesia GPs

We spoke to Graeme Irwin after the MXGP of Lombardia to reflect on his season so far and to find out what's in store for the coming weeks.

The Brit Report: MXGP of Lombardia – Ottobiano 2018

The four Brits in MXGP – that's Tommy Searle, Max Anstie, Shaun Simpson and Graeme Irwin – all arrived in Ottobiano with mixed memories. In MX2, Ben W...

Interview: Tommy Searle reveals his hard work to overcome injury, opens up on silly season moves and stresses of MXoN

In an exclusive interview with Dirt Bike Rider, Tommy Searle talks very openly about the difficulties of bouncing back from injury in MXGP, silly seas...

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