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Luke Styke took advantage of the incident and inherited the race lead never looking back, and in doing so broke through for his first ever MX Nationals MX1 race win.

MX Nationals Murray Bridge Preview

Round 4 MX Nationals Preview with Todd Jarratt On the eve of round four of the 2015 MX Nationals, an aura of uncertainty surrounds the...
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New kids on the block – MX Nationals MXD

New kids on the block Getting to know the Pirelli MXD Class Most would have noticed this year that the Pirelli MXD class is bursting at...
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Appin MX Nationals 2015 Rnd 2 Gallery C

Appin MX Nationals 2015 Round Two Image Gallery C – Photos by Jeff Crow  Follow @mcnewscomau on Instagram and @mcnewscomau on Twitter or Facebook MCNews.com.auAppin MX Nationals...
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Appin MX Nationals 2015 Rnd 2 Gallery B

Appin MX Nationals 2015 Round Two Image Gallery B – Photos by Jeff CrowAppin MX Nationals 2015 Round Two Image Gallery B – Photos...

MX Nationals 2015 Season Preview

Go Time – MX Nationals Round One Preview with Todd Jarratt Coming into round one of the 2015 MX Nationals this weekend, I can guarantee you...
At its first official outing the KTM Desert Racing Team has scooped the biggest off road racing event on the Australian calendar, with Toby Price winning his third Finke crown at the 39th running of the Tatts Finke Desert Race in Alice Springs.

Price bounces back with Finke Crown

At its first official outing the KTM Desert Racing Team has scooped the biggest off road racing event on the Australian calendar, with Toby...
Toby Price: “Since I’ve been doing Finke it's the one you always look forward to, there is no race anywhere in the world really that’s got speeds as high as this. The average speed is just huge; you get excited for it, and a lot of prep goes into it. There are a few sections you could be wide open and not really close the throttle for anything from 5 to 7 minutes. But most of the time you’re only just shutting off to set up for a turn or something and the rest of the time you’re just going as fast as you can. It can be a little bit scary in a few places, but bloody good fun! Being in Alice Springs this time of year it's just huge, there are a lot of interstaters and locals here and everybody’s really excited. Physically I'm still having a few little dramas with my wrist and I’ve got the brace on but I can’t really complain too much, this race only comes once a year so I'm not going to sit on the sidelines because of a bit of a sore wrist. I’m riding well, but this is my first high-speed race since my injury, we’ll just do what we can come race day.”

KTM Desert Racing Team riders eye off Finke major prize

The KTM Desert Racing Team’s first official outing may well be its most important, as this weekend’s 39th running of the Finke Desert Race...
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