Namibian Motocross, Enduro & Offroad Championships
Home News Schedules Results Riders & Teams Photos Our Sponsors Links Forum Contact
National MX News
International MX News
Enduro News
News from the Teams
Technical News
E-Med Rescue 24
Shell Helix
Team ZENNER Yamaha
Africa Motion Tours
International MX News : MX / SX World Championships
Go to Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
02.02.2007 Grand Prix of Benelux in Valkenswaard (NED) - Entry list
Grand Prix of Benelux in Valkenswaard (NED)
After a two-year break a Motocross Grand Prix will take place at the Eurocircuit in Valkenswaard (NED) on 01st of April. Today the FIM announced the entry list for this event:
... [read more]
24.01.2007 Interview Maximilian Nagl
Full gas to the German championship / Photo by: Jörg Domanowski /

Moving up

The four time German Champion Max Nagl is well known for his hard working skills. Being around in the GP circus for four years now he recently decidet to move up to the MX1 class. Nagl always had the speed to run with the top guys in the MX2 class but too much misfortune as bad starts, crashes or injuries did hold him back from top results.
We met the 19 year Sarholz KTM rider who actually stays at Spain in the Stefan Everts training camp old to speak about his goals for the 2007 season.
... [read more]
19.01.2007 Warming up for a tough motocross season
KTM Red Bull Racing Team / Photo by: KTM

KTM’s MX Factory Teams discover a place in the sun.

KTM MX1 and MX2 factory teams have had a dynamic launch into their 2007 professional activities with a special training session in Spain. There they could enjoy temperatures of 20 degrees and get down to business on one of the best MX training facilities around.
... [read more]
17.01.2007 MX World Championship 2007 - Calendar

Changes of dates for Great Britain and Bulgaria

The round of the MX1/MX2 World Championships scheduled in Great Britain will take place in Donington Park on August 26. The round scheduled in Sevlievo, Bulgaria, will be held on June 17 (instead of September 9). The calendar is the following:
... [read more]
03.01.2007 The FMX Awards 2006
The FMX Awards were established in 2006 by Berlinièros Sports Agency to honour the world's best Freestyle Motocross riders. Annually it awards FMX sportspeople who have been outstanding during the previous year.
... [read more]
20.12.2006 Interview Steve Ramon
Steve Ramon (BEL, Suzuki) / Photo by: Jörg Domanowski /

Whats up in 2007?

If there is a rider in MXGP who never talks to much about his success and the way he won national-titles and a world championship in MX2 its Belgian Steve Ramon!
The Suzuki factory rider finished third in the MX1 World championship 2006 and was one of maybe three guys who sometimes could follow the nearly unbeaten king Stefan Everts (B) on his way to the crown.
... [read more]
13.12.2006 2007 FIM Motocross World Championship

Riders numbers

Youthstream - promoter of the Motocross World Championship - did announce the riders numbers for the FIM MX World Championship 2007 – classes MX1 and MX2.
... [read more]
11.11.2006 Sébastien Tortelli (FRA) retires
Sébastien Tortelli (FRA, KTM)
 photo by: S. Leroux/KTM
Former 125cc and 250cc world champion (1996, 1998) Sébastien Tortelli (FRA, KTM) has used the opening night of the Paris-Bercy Supercross to announce his retirement from racing. The flying Frenchman, frequently injured in the AMA championships between 1999-2005, returned to Europe in 2006 to try and repeat his 1998 title victory over Stefan Everts during the great Belgian's final season.
... [read more]
23.10.2006 MX World Championship 2007 - Calendar
Last week the 123rd. congress of the Motorcycling world federation FIM (Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme) took place in the brasilian Salvador de Bahia. The 54 years old venezulian Vito Ippolito became the new president of the FIM (Francesco Zerbi finished this job after 11 years). Also the modernization of the FIM-Logo was decided (a first suggestion will be presendet in Geneva in February 2007).
... [read more]
24.09.2006 FIM FOX Motocross of Nations 2006 - Results
Final Podium
 Photo by: Massimo Zanzani
The 60th edition of the Motocross of Nations was already expected to be "the one" everyone could remember for life. And the 85000 spectators who were at Matterley this weekend will definitely remember Team USA winning in front of Team Belgium, with Stefan Everts racing his very last Heat of the career. Matterley Basin, hosting a successful Grand Prix of England last June, turned into the “Paradise” of Motocross fans on Thursday, when the gates opened to crowds from all over the world. Since then the massive flow of Motocross migrants never stopped and the 85000 people were just a part of the many who came to the gates. The entire valley was packed with such a record audience witnessing the high level of racing reached by the Motocross of Nations in his many years of history.
... [read more]
Home News Schedules Results Riders & Teams Photos Our Sponsors Links Forum Contact