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Glenn Macdonald named 2014 Aus WJMX Team Manager

04-06-14

Motorcycling Australia (MA) are pleased to announce the appointment of Glenn MacDonald as Team Manager for the Australian World Junior Motocross Team.

The FIM Junior Motocross World Championship (WJMX) will be contested in Belgium this year on 10 August.

MacDonald brings a wealth of experience to the young Australian squad with over 30 years in the racing industry, he is also accredited by both the Australian Institute of Sport and Australian Coaching Council as a Level 2 Master Coach.

In 2013, Macdonald was Manager of the WJMX Australian Junior team when they placed a hard fought sixth in the Czech Republic.

This year, he will again accompany six young riders between the ages of 10-17 to compete against the best up and coming Motocross talent in the world... more>>

Fullnoise.com.au catches up with up with MACA's Glenn Macdonald

01-01-14

Glenn MacDonald is a name that most people who are involved with Motocross racing in Australia are well aware off.

A top national rider at his peak and still a super fast rider on the occasions when he does swing a leg over a bike, MacDonald in the past decade has become more known for his MACA riding schools (Motocross Advanced Coaching Academy) and also as the man behind the KTM Junior and Women's racing teams with GMR (Glenn MacDonald Racing).

Things are changing for MacDonald though, with the 2013 Junior Australian Motocross Championship the last time for the foreseeable future that the GMR team will be in action in its current form, but is likely to resurface in a modified light in the future, as both KTM and MacDonald himself take different paths going forward. ... more>>

KTMís Wayde Carter claims premier 15 years 250F AJMX Championship

05-10-13

It’s a wrap for the KTM Australian Junior Motocross Championships which were held at the awesome Horsham complex in western Victoria!

It was the culmination of a very long and hectic week for the Motorex KTM Racing Team juniors of Callum Norton, Hunter Lawrence and Wayde Carter, with all the highs and lows the sport can bring ranging from injury to premier class winning glory.

After a gruelling week of heats racing, the Motorex KTM racers qualified well and showed good speed in varying track conditions... more>>