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2022 MXGP of Sardegna (Italy) Recap

Once again, Italy was the host of an MXGP round, but this time in the sands of Sardegna. Quite the contrast in track surface and atmosphere than last weekend in Maggiora.

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Jeffrey Herlings Shut Down for 2022

The Jeffrey Herlings to America dream is officially dead.

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2022 MXGP of Trentino Recap

The 2022 MXGP season hit the quarter-way mark on Sunday as the series made its second of four stops in Italy. The Trentino circuit, which is one of the world’s best tracks in terms of layout and ambiance, had a notable twist for 2022.

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2022 MXGP of Argentina Recap

The first flyaway MXGP round of 2022 did not take long to get here. Just in round three, the World Motocross Championship had its lone Grand Prix in the western hemisphere in Argentina.

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2022 MXGP of Lombardia Recap

The MXGP riders made their first stop to Italy this weekend at the Lombardia circuit. Tim Gajser, the preseason favorite, opened up the premier class a week ago with a 1-2 for the Grand Prix win, which was more or less expected.

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2022 MX2 World Championship Preview

The 2022 World Motocross tilt is now just days away from beginning at Matterley Basin in England. MX2’s World Title is up for grabs this year with Maxime Renaux off to the MXGP class, leaving Tom Vialle, Jago Geerts, and others left to duke it out.

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MXGP Recap: Grand Prix of Flanders (Lommel)

The second quarter of the FIM World Motocross Championship kicked off on Sunday in Belgium. The Lommel circuit may be one of the toughest courses anywhere on the planet, and for certain is the roughest sand track. With schedule changes affecting the imminent event dates, this round is now the penultimate before a nearly month-long break.

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2021 Supercross/Motocross Silly Season Roundup No. 2 (Feat. MXGP)

We now sit just short of two months away from most major moves in the American Motocross/Supercross scene taking form. There have already been numerous moves reportedly set in stone, but even more are beginning to trickle in.

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