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Ken Roczen
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Ken Roczen trat Anfang 2011 in das Red Bull Teka KTM Factory Racing Team ein. Der talentierte Junge aus Thüringen, der bereits als einer der weltweit heißesten MX2-Fahrer gehandelt wird, hat sich in der Motocross-Welt einen Namen gemacht, als er mit seinem KTM 250 SX-F-Werks-Bike den Saisonabschluss feierte.

In diesem Jahr beendete Ken die Weltmeisterschaft mit 8 Siegen und 4 zweiten Plätzen von insgesamt 15 Rennen. Er wurde nach ein paar schwachen Rennen in der Saisonmitte zurückgeworfen, zeigte dann aber seinen wahren Kampfgeist: Er bewies sich, holte unaufhaltbar auf und sicherte sich bei seinem Heimrennen den Weltmeisterschaftstitel.

Im Jahr 2011 fuhr Ken ausgewählte Rennen in der AMA SX Lites (West Coast) Meisterschaft für das Red Bull Teka KTM Factory Team unter der Führung von Roger DeCoster. Es gelang Ken, sein erstes SX Lites Podium in Anaheim 2 zu holen, wo er den dritten Platz belegte. Am Ende der Saison sicherte er sich seinen ersten SX Lites Gesamtsieg in Las Vegas.

Im Jahr 2012 fuhr Ken in den USA für das Red Bull KTM Factory Team und erweiterte seine Fähigkeiten unter der starken Hand von DeCoster, einer Legende im Sport und Teammanager mit sehr gutem Ruf und besten Referenzen.

Und diese Führung hat sich 2013 offensichtlich bezahlt gemacht, Ken fuhr an die Spitze und wurde AMA Western Regional 250SX Champion. 2014 wechselte er in die Premiumklasse der Lucas Oil Pro Motocross-Meisterschaft und gewann natürlich. Nach einem Übergangsjahr mit dem RCH Racing Suzuki Team im Jahr 2015 eroberte Roczen das Jahr 2016 im Sturm. Er gewann mehrere Supercross-Rennen und sicherte sich mit 9 von 12 möglichen Gesamtsiegen die Moto-Cross-Meisterschaft der 450 AMA Pro.

Ende 2016 wurde bekannt, dass Roczen dem begehrten Team von Factory Honda HRC beitreten wird und er weitere Titel im Jahr 2017 und darüber hinaus anstrebt.
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Paulin Gautier
Paulin began his obsession with two wheels racing BMX beginning at the age of six; winning multiple world championships by the age of 10 years old. At the age of 13 he would find his true calling after trading out pedals for a motor. So began his run into motocross.

Gautier would go on to make his debut at only 17 in the MX2 class of MXGP. Even with the little experience, he was constantly a podium threat and battling for wins in his first year.

As his career progressed he would build on to his resume capturing 5 MX2 world champtionships before moving up to big bikes in 2012. After moving up Gautier would take the championship in his first year and follow up that victory in 2013 with another commanding champtionship in 2014 MX1 class.

Fast forward to 2017 and Paulin is still hard on the gas, moving his competition out of the way and racing with the intensity that makes him a part of our Syndicate. We are pumped to have him on board the Shift team!
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NEWS
RACE REPORT - MXGP OF PORTUGAL 2018 | 14.4.18

The 2018 FIM Motocross World Championship made its way to Portugal this weekend for Round 5 of the series at Crossdromo Internacional de Águeda.

 

Despite heavy rainfall and warnings of inclement weather throughout the weekend, conditions ended up nice and offered a great venue for some exciting racing. After a bit of a tough weekend results wise in Arco, HRC's Tim Gajser looked to get back to his normal stride in Portugal and Gautier Paulin continues to build on solid performances with the IceOne Husky team. On the MX2 side, both Calvin Vlaanderen and Bas Vaessen came into Portugal healthy and looking for strong results. The WMX class returned this weekend as well, and Courtney Duncan had her eyes on the red plate after scoring 2nd at the season opener last week at Arco. Unfortunately Max Anstie & Hunter Lawrence both missed this round as they are still recovering from injury.

 

Gajser was looking quick on Saturday and was 2nd fastest during timed qualifying with a 1:49.964. Paulin almost matched him, closely in 3rd with a 1:49.992. Later in the afternoon, Gajser secured 4th in the Qualifying Race, with Paulin a close 6th. Solid gate picks for the races on Sunday! In MX2, Vlaanderen was 6th and Vaessen 19th. 

 

The "Kiwi Girl" Courtney Duncan started the weekend off on top of the WMX field by 2 seconds in Qualifying Practice. She got off to a great start in Moto #1, grabbing the holeshot and building a nice lead early on. When the checkers flew, she had led every lap and took a commanding victory by over 20 seconds. In Moto #2, Duncan didn't quite get the holeshot, but was 2nd at the end of the first lap. She held 2nd for the first four laps before making the pass for the lead on Larissa Papenmeier. The perfect day was complete as Duncan took the checkered flag and she now holds the Overall points lead! The WMX series will now go on a brief pause and will return to action at Teutschenthal on May 20th. 

 

Tim Gajser got off to a great start in MXGP Moto #1, taking the green flag in 2nd position.Gautier Paulin was a close 4th, and moved into 3rd after the first few laps. Gajser eventually finished up in 3rd, with Paulin just behind in 4th place. On the MX2 side, Bas Vaessen was 10th in Moto #1, with Calvin Vlaanderen back in 18th after suffering a crash in the early laps. 

 

Tim Gajser was solid off the start again in MXGP Moto #2, rounding the first lap in 5th position. Unfortunately Gautier Paulin experienced a mechanical problem with his bike on the opening lap and would not be able to continue. Gajser rode a smart and consistent race to finish up in 5th, going 3-5 for 3rd Overall and his first podium result of the season. Great to see Tim back on the podium and working to overcome a tough preseason injury. 

 

In MX2 Moto #2, HRC's Calvin Vlaanderen turned things around for a solid 6th place finish, but the luck was flipped for Bas Vaessen who finished in 19th. Vlaanderen was 9th Overall with Vaessen 15th. The FIM Motocross World Championship now takes a brief pause before returning to action in Russia on May 1st. 

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Fox Racing Welcomes Dean Wilson to The Team! | 10.11.17

Fox Racing is excited to welcome Dean Wilson to the Fox family. Dean joins our elite team of athletes and will ride in our helmets, boots and goggles. 

From overcoming multiple injuries and racing his way back to a factory ride, Dean’s commitment and dedication to the sport proves he has what it takes to be a top contender, and we are proud to support him on and off the track.

“As a brand and company known for innovation and being the best, Dean brings a considerable amount to the table. Having him on the team will energize, and elevate our program.” – Chris Onstott, Global MX Sports Marketing Director

 

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