With so much going in the world, it is easy to skip past or miss a certain piece of information. This new MX Vice feature will combat that problem, however, as some of the highlights from the previous week are run through to ensure that you are all caught up. If you have any specific questions, contact us via social media.
Following the news that Pauls Jonass would be piloting a Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing FC 450 from now on, two exclusive stories went live on MX Vice. Jonass discussed the move exclusively on the site and explained why he decided to make the move from the familiar surroundings of Red Bull KTM, then the swap was analysed in detail. Both of those stories can be accessed on the links above.
Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing released various official bits to go along with the announcement that they have signed Pauls Jonass. There was the official press release that includes quotes from Formula 1 star and team boss, Kimi Raikkonen, as well as those at the head of the Austrian manufacturer. Husqvarna also released a video that welcomed Pauls Jonass to the team, which is the second link.
A lot of MX Vice readers have questions about silly season, the FIM Motocross World Championship, Motocross of Nations or something else and those were tackled earlier this week. A handful of fans were featured and received the answers that were needed. If you would would like to be featured in the next edition of Ask Vice Anything, then email [email protected]
It is quite tough to believe that Monster Energy Supercross is just two months away, but that is the situation that those in the industry face. It became a reality when Feld Motorsports released the track maps for the new season earlier this week, which can be viewed on the link above.
How many Monster Energy Supercross rounds will use the Triple Crown format next year? It was confirmed earlier this week that then Anaheim 2, Detroit and Houston have been graced with that honour. It was also announced that East/West Showdowns will occur in Atlanta and Las Vegas. The news is on the link above.
The 2019 Hawkstone International was originally going to take place on the first weekend in February. The opening round of the FIM Motocross World Championship was then pushed back to March, however, which allowed the promoters to explore some different options. Learn about the new date on the link above.
Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: Monster Energy Media/Ray Archer