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    Acosta bags 7th at German Grand Prix

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    Pedro Acosta reset the speed for Red Bull GASGAS Tech3 by circling the revolving layout of the Sachsenring to score nine points. The MotoGP rookie filled 7th position after 30 laps in Germany for round nine of 20 in the 2024 campaign. Augusto Fernandez leant on his improving race set-up and was unlucky to classify 16th at the packed circuit.


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    Troy Lee Designs/Red Bull/GASGAS Factory Racing's Ryder DiFrancesco continues to rise in the middle stages of the 2024 AMA Pro Motocross Championship after claiming eighth overall at today's RedBud National, spending his time in the spotlight during the final 250MX moto of Round 6.
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    • Ryder D pushes hard to 13-7 scores for eighth overall in 250MX
    • Speed is there, but fortunes aren't for Pierce Brown once again
    With the team's 450MX Class entry, Justin Barcia, sidelined while allowing his knees time to recover, all attention was placed upon Ryder D and Pierce Brown on their GASGAS MC 250F Factory Editions, and the pair qualified in 11th and 12th positions following this morning's opening sessions of the weekend.
    For DiFrancesco, a crash on the opening lap of Moto 1 saw him claw his way back from outside of the top 30 to eventually find points in 13th place. The final race was far better in running as high as third early on and then maintaining a top-five position for over half of the race distance. He eventually took the checkered flag in P7, which placed him eighth for the round, and he is now 10th in the championship.
    Ryder DiFrancesco:   "RedBud was a better weekend for me. Qualifying was decent and then in the first moto my start was okay, but I ended up going down and fought back to 13th. Second moto, I was in P2 off the start and ran up front for a long time, before I went back to seventh. We're ready for Millville and we'll keep building!"
    Brown's opening moto was somewhat smoother, finishing 10th despite a fall of his own, and then he faced added adversity in Moto 2. Unfortunately, contact with another rider on the opening lap forced PB out of contention before it even really began, which placed him 17th overall. Still, he is P7 in the points and is determined to turn his luck around as we enter the series' second half.
    Pierce Brown:  "It was a tough day at RedBud. I'm disappointed because I've been feeling really good on the bike lately, but the results just haven't shown it. Moto 1, I was battling around seventh or eighth and fell, so ended up 10th. The second moto, I got together with another rider and fell on the first lap, which damaged my bike and I had to DNF. That's tough, but onto the next round!"
    Next Race:  July 13 – Spring Creek, Minnesota

    Standings 450MX Class 2024 after 6 of 11 rounds
    1. Chase Sexton, 260 points
    2. Hunter Lawrence, 253
    3. Justin Cooper, 212
    5. Aaron Plessinger, 202
    8. Malcolm Stewart, 164
    9. Justin Barcia, Troy Lee Designs/Red Bull/GASGAS Factory Racing, 148
    10. Christian Craig, 106

    Results 250MX Class – RedBud National
    1. Chance Hymas (USA), Honda
    2. Ty Masterpool (USA), Kawasaki
    3. Jo Shimoda (JPN), Honda
    4. Tom Vialle (FRA), KTM
    7. Casey Cochran (USA), Husqvarna
    8. Ryder DiFrancesco (USA), Troy Lee Designs/Red Bull/GASGAS Factory Racing
    17. Pierce Brown (USA), Troy Lee Designs/Red Bull/GASGAS Factory Racing

    Standings 250MX Class 2024 after 6 of 11 rounds
    1. Haiden Deegan, 276 points
    2. Chance Hymas, 239
    3. Tom Vialle, 233
    7. Pierce Brown, 145
    10. Ryder DiFrancesco, 120
    12. Julien Beaumer, 107
    13. Casey Cochran, 102

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    Jorge Prado

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    ABOUT JORGE Jorge Prado is a Spanish motocross sensation and three-time FIM Motocross World Champion! The Spaniard was impressive right from the get-go, and it didn’t take long before he secured his first world title in 2011 and became the youngest World Champion in motocross at just 10-years-old.   He then collected many other titles in the youth ranks before clinching his first MX2 crown in 2018, followed by another in 2019. Then a two-time World Champion, Prado made the move up to the premier MXGP class where he made quite an impression upon his first outing.   Fast-forward to 2023, at just 22-years old Jorge Prado made his life-long dream come true by securing the MXGP World Title in Maggiora after leading the entire MXGP series from round one right up until 19th Grand Prix of the season!  

    Marc-Antoine Rossi

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    ABOUT MARC-ANTOINE Marc-Antoine Rossi is a French motocross rider and the newest addition to the Red Bull GASGAS Factory Racing team!   In 2024, Rossi will make his official debut in the MX2 FIM Motocross World Championship, where he will no doubt #GetOnTheGas!  

    Simon Längenfelder

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    ABOUT SIMON Simon Längenfelder is a German motocross rider, racing for the Red Bull GASGAS Factory Racing team in the MX2 FIM Motocross World Championship.   Born in 2004, Längenfelder first stepped on motocross bike at the age of five. Having raced through the junior ranks in his homeland, he then made the step into the European Championship, where in 2019 he finished 3rd in the EMX125 class.   After making the move up to the MX2 world championship class, Längenfelder has now two bronze medals under his belt and in 2024 will be aiming to make it gold! 

    Justin Barcia

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    ABOUT JUSTIN Justin Barcia, better known as BAMBAM is an American Supercross and Motocross rider competing in the 450SX/MX category.   Multiple-time race winner and podium finisher, Barcia has plenty of experience to lead this TLD/ Red Bull / GASGAS Factory Racing team to success! 

    Pierce Brown

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    ABOUT PIERCE Pierce Brown is an American Supercross rider competing in the 250 AMA Supercross series. Brown already has 3 250SX podiums under his belt and will be looking to add some more in 2024!

    Ryder Di Francesco

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    ABOUT RYDER Ryder Di Francesco is an American Supercross/Motocross rider and the newest addition to the TLD / Red Bull / GASGAS Factory Racing squad for 2024!   Di Francesco already has a strong resume, of 4 career 250 SX Futures wins and 7 podiums – and I will be looking to make his mark in the pro ranks this upcoming season.

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    Andrea Verona

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    ABOUT ANDREA Andrea Verona is one of the most consistent riders in Enduro motorcycle racing, having won multiple world titles in a short time frame. The Italian rider won the FIM Enduro1 World Championship in 2020, 2021 and 2022 before moving up to the Enduro2 class in 2023 when he finished 2nd overall by just 13 points in his first season aboard the GASGAS EC 350 F where he picked up five Enduro2 victories along the way, as well as an overall win in the E2 class at the 2023 International Six Days Enduro in Argentina (ISDE). Outside of EnduroGP, Andrea also enjoys taking part in other events such as VR46’s flat track races, as well as Hard Enduro where he won the 2023 Erzbergrodeo Prologue in the 2023 FIM Hard Enduro World Championship.


    Jaime Busto

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    ABOUT JAIME Jaime Busto is a 26-year-old, born in Vizcaya (Spain). Over the past seven seasons in the TrialGP World Championship, Jaime has finished inside the top three no less than five times, as well as claiming five overall top-three championship results in the intense X-Trial indoor series. Completing the 2023 TrialGP and X-Trial season as runner-up, the wild Spaniard is looking to go one better in 2024!

    Jack Dance

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    ABOUT JACK Jack Dance is an 18-year-old British trials rider who became the FIM Trial 125 World Champion in 2021. Since then, Jack has entered the TrialGP World Championship in the Trial2 class where he took 2 victories during the 2023 series.

    Sondre Haga

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    ABOUT SONDRE Sondre Haga is a 24-year-old Norwegian who became the FIM Trial2 World Champion in 2022. Also, a 6 time Norwegian Trial Champion, Sondre became Norway’s first ever X-Trial performer when he was nominated for a wild card appearance at the Bilbao round back in 2019.

    Rally GP & Dakar


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    ABOUT DANIEL Daniel also nicknamed “Chucky” is well known for Getting On The Gas for very long stretches of time and loves tackling the world’s most unforgiving terrain. Chucky, also well known for being a well-rounded rider having been the Australian Off-Road Champion twice, the overall International Six Days Enduro winner and winning the E3 class twice.

    Sam Sunderland

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    ABOUT SAM Sam Sunderland is a rally raid rider with GASGAS Factory Racing and is a two-time Dakar winner. His rally success first came in 2011, when he won two stages of the Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge and then three more stages in the Australasian Safari. Sam’s highly anticipated Dakar outing came on New Year’s Day in 2012 – at just 22 years old where he took an impressive seventh-place finish on stage one of the event. Fast forward five years and Sam became the first ever British Dakar winner, then backing that up with second Dakar win in 2022.


    Augusto Fernández

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    • 2023 – 17th FIM Grand Prix World Championship MotoGP™
    • 2023 – MotoGP™ ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
    • 2022 – 1st FIM Grand Prix World Championship Moto2™
    • 2021 - 5th FIM Grand Prix World Championship Moto2™
    • 2020 - 13th FIM Grand Prix World Championship Moto2™
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    • 2018 - 18th FIM Grand Prix World Championship Moto2™

    Pedro Acosta

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    • 2023 – 1st FIM Grand Prix World Championship Moto2™
    • 2022 – Moto2™ ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
    • 2022 – 5th FIM Grand Prix World Championship Moto2™
    • 2021 – 1st FIM Grand Prix World Championship Moto3™


    Daniel Holgado

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    • 2023 – 5th FIM Grand Prix World Championship Moto3™
    • 2022 – 10th FIM Grand Prix World Championship Moto3™
    • 2021 – 28th FIM Grand Prix World Championship Moto3™

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