After checking out the 2010 Motocross Album, here is a video dedicated to this year’s championship before the new season starts next year. This year Antonio Cairoli defended his MX1 title, while Marvin Musquin did the same in the MX2 class. Who knows if the 2011 Motocross World Championship, starting in April, will bring something new? The thing I like watching these scenes is despite the new technology and the logos and sponsorship, the sport itself seems relatively unchanged in its essence. Compared to the smooth, PR-polished world of something like the MotoGP, this is pure - but dirty, and that’s why we like it.
Source | MXBars.net
The YZF is a name that guarantees: it invented the four-stroke of the modern cross, showing the way for those who followed. And now the Yamaha YZ four-stroke (with an F), is among the bikes that have dominated motocross, starting from the 1997 debut, and since 2004 has won more world titles than any other in the MX1 and MX2 classes.
The YZF have been the perfect alliance between champions of calibre such as Josh Coppins and David Philippaerts (in Mx1) in addition to local Antonio Cairoli in the MX2, who are around again in 2008 to race in the world championships.
We also add that Chad Reed has recently won the prestigious AMA-SX, and even in the World Female Championships Katherine Prumm is battling with her YZ250F: and the scene is complete.