History was made at both the 24 hours of Le Mans with the Ford GT and with the Red Bull Global Rallycross series, and Chip Ganassi Rallycross was right there at the top of the action.

  • EKS takes the lead at WRX despite Team Peugeot Hansen collision

    A strong performance for Ekström and Heikkinen at the FIA World Rallycross opening round in Portugal; a mixed weekend for WRX rookie Loeb and teammate Hansen.

  • Hard Enduro makes its first appearance in Brazil

    Red Bull Minas Riders is scheduled to take place on 17-20 April near the south-eastern Brazilian town of Belo Horizonte. The best riders will battle it out on a grueling track in Brazil for the […]

  • Skateboarding down the world’s largest waterslide

    Three skateboarders made the most of the maintenance period of Dubai’s Aquaventure Waterpark, riding down 156 metres of twists and turns, a 14m wall and the temporarily dry Aquaconda waterslide.

  • Atherton, Gwin take UCI downhill season openers

    Amid the tightly-packed crowds and against the backdrop of noise produced by chainsaws and air horns, Rachel Atherton and Aaron Gwin opened their accounts with style at the opening UCI World Cup downhill of 2016.

  • The Eagle flies again… on a sledge

    Eddie Edwards – famously known as Eddie the Eagle – is on fire: the Hollywood biopic about Eddie’s dream to become the first ski jumping athlete representing Great Britain has now premiered globally, and he […]

  • Downhill Racing is back for its new season in France

    The UCI World Cup is back. 129 teams from 30 countries will be racing over rocks and dirt trails, attempting to get the fastest time on the board from April 10 until September 4 2016.

  • Red Bull X-Fighters celebrates long history in Madrid with June spectacle

    Launched in 2002, the Red Bull X-Fighters is the world’s most prestigious FMX competition. Riders perform tricks off their motorcycles, doing acrobatics mid-air and launching themselves off jumps up to 30 meters in distance and […]

  • Martel won Red Bull Ragnarok with a broken steering line

    350 kiters from over 30 countries were gathered on the icy mountain plains of Hardangervidda in Norway, to compete in the world’s biggest and toughest snowkite competition.

  • Muddier, further, tougher

    Six races await the world’s best enduro riders, starting with the Red Bull Minas Riders event mid-April in the mountains of Belo Horizonte, in the Minas Gerais state of Brazil.