Today at the race in Turkey, in only the sixth race after breaking his femur, Tim Gajser achieved his first breakthrough to the winners' podium in the best possible way, in any of the individual races or in the overall race after his return. The Makolčan was second in the first run, but won the second, thus celebrating his first victory in the MXGP after exactly one year, when he was also injured at this venue. In total, this is already his 44th success in WC races in both classes. Gajser, who is returning after a serious injury, was the first to choose the starting position for the first time this year. In Afyonkarahisar today, in the first run, he made good use of this position and took the lead after the start. Behind him, the leader in the WC, Jorge Prado, had bad luck, he fell and slipped far into the background. In the second run, Gajser looked great. After the start, he led again, Fr
The five-time world champion in motocross, Tim Gajser, had a bad fall and was injured in the warm-up race before the start of the MXGP season. At the second IIC race in Trentino, Makolčan fell after a spectacular jump, and was carried off the track on a stretcher. A medical examination showed a fracture of the right femur, which will need to be repaired with surgery. What this means for his World Cup season is currently unclear, but more will be known after the surgery. We wish our world champion a speedy recovery. https://twitter.com/mx1onboard/status/1627339455769051136
Tim Gajser is very pleased with the development that Honda has done on the CRF450R this year. The Slovenian ace, who will be chasing his sixth title this year, is currently preparing for the new season, which starts on March 12 in Argentina. The general manager of the team, Marcus Pereira de Freitas, emphasized that behind them was a successful winter period in which they tried to upgrade the motorcycle and eliminate its shortcomings. Our Team Gajser should also be satisfied with the progress. "The atmosphere in the team is very positive. The team is training well during the winter break both with and without the bike. He is very happy with the progress made on the CRF450R and is already looking forward to the new season." "He has a few more training sessions ahead of him before he will be fully ready for the new season. Of course, we are monitoring his preparations, but he
Although Tim Gajser won his fifth world championship title this year in the World Motocross Championship, the fourth in the most difficult class, the Makolčan failed in the selection for Slovenian athlete in 2022 and ranked a modest sixth place according to the scoring of sports journalists. According to the committee of the Association of Sports Journalists of Slovenia, the title of Athlete of the Year 2022 went to Kristjan Čeh, who collected as many as 174 points. In the explanation of the selection, they stated that the Czech was awarded the title because "it would be difficult for him to dominate even more in the discus throw" as he "appeared in 21 matches and recorded 19 victories, when he did not win, he was once second and once third." second was Tadej Pogačar with 141 points, third was Žan Kranjec with 119 points, NBA star Luka Dončič was awarded almost half as many points by the commission as Čech (93), motocross
Tim Gajser finished second overall in the Swedish Grand Prix, while his title rival Jeremy Seewer celebrated his victory. The fifth world championship title was smiling at our ace already this weekend, but he would need an ideal outcome, which was prevented by a fall during training, which caused him to take part in both today's races with pain in his wrist and toes. After starting the first run from second place, he dropped to sixth at the start, but by the end of the race he managed to make it to fourth, ahead of Maxime Renaux, Jeremy Seewer and Glenn Goldenhoff. In the second race, Renaux crashed and retired on the first lap, and Gajser was fifth. After some overtaking, he worked his way up to second place while leading Seewer, who eventually took the win. The third was Ro
Tim Gajser drove the first MXGP race for the Swedish Grand Prix, after a nasty fall on Saturday, tactically and took fourth place without taking any unnecessary risks. Maxime Renaux won the first race, while Jeremy Seewer and Glenn Coldenhoff also finished on the podium. Gajser started the race from second place, but by the first corner he lost a few places and fell to sixth place, and then gained two places by the finish line. The 25-year-old from Pécs had a 122-point advantage before the start of the racing weekend in Sweden, and there are still three tests until the end of the season, in which we expect his fifth motocross world title. The second run in Uddevala starts at 17:10.
Tim Gajser already won the crown of this year's world champion in the elite motocross class MXGP on the first run in Imola! The team needed only eighth place for the overall victory, and was fifth in the finish of the first run, as the victory was prevented by a fall. Gajser, who has three more races to go by the end of the season, won his third championship with Honda. He first became champion in 2015 in the MX2 class, and then in the 2016 season for the first time in the toughest MXGP class.
The second race of this year’s MXGP season, held in the UK, brought our motocross ace Tim Geiser the first victory in the second run. The victory in the overall classification of both races escaped him thanks to an ugly fall in the first, which he finished in third place despite an unfortunate event. The overall victory was celebrated by the Italian Antonio Cairoli, who thus increased the advantage in the overall standings of the MXGP elite class championship. Gajser started the first run on the Matterley Basin racetrack excellently and even took the lead in the second lap after overtaking Cairoli, but then fell, missing his hair by his flying motorcycle. He finished in third place, but he improved his impression in the second run, where he drove completely in his class. Cairoli had no answer to his pace, zat
Slovenian motocross ace Tim Gajser fell badly in the race of the Italian national championship in Mantua and suffered a double jaw fracture. Gajser took part in the race as part of preparations for the new season of the World Motocross Championship, which starts in two weeks in Argentina. The MX champion of the 2016 season fell from a great height in one of the jumps in the final run and hit the handlebars of his engine with his head when landing. The 21-year-old suffered a double jaw fracture and lost a few teeth, and tonight he will have a few hours of surgery. Gajser closely followed the local Antonio Cairoli, the current champion of the MXGP championship, and in the last laps of the race he was overtaken by Jeremy van Horebeek. The team wanted to make up for lost time, but misjudged one of the jumps and jumped too far.
Tim Gajser was unlucky with falls and injuries this year, which also led to his elimination from the fight for this year's world title, and he also ended the penultimate race of the season in the Netherlands with a fall. In the first run, at an otherwise low speed of around 50km / h, he fell over the handlebars, and then a motorcycle weighing about a hundred kilograms fell on him. He then missed the second run due to pain and shortness of breath, but fortunately the first medical examinations did not show any serious injuries. The team drove in third place, but then made a mistake and fell, after an examination and consultation with a Honda doctor, they decided together not to take part in the second race. “It’s a really bad day behind us,” Gajser said. "The weekend started well, but then everything went wrong. I took a good time after the start in the warm-ups.