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MXGP in Assen

The weekend saw the 16th round of the MXGP in Assen, on a new circuit and in perfect weather conditions. Supersprox were there to meet with team managers and support plans for the 2016 and 2017 season. There was a high expectation that Romain Febvre could win his first MXGP world championship title, but the pressure must have been immense. During race one, it seemed that his chances to become champion were actually getting further away from him. His start was OK, but he seemed to find the track conditions difficult and he looked unsettled. Not surprising, considering Assen as the home GP for the Yamaha company and in this 60th anniversary year of Yamaha, it seemed that all the company was at the race, to see what would happen. Race 1, saw Romain come home in 5th position. Race 2 was a different story and now the troubles in his mind had gone away and with skill and confidence, he tracked down the race leader (#777 Evgeny Bobryshev) and by the half way point, he was in the lead. Riding confidently to his first championship, with 2 rounds remaining. Congratulations from Supersprox to Romain Febvre and Yamaha team. We have enjoyed working with you in this historic 60th anniversary year.

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Results race: MXGP 2015 Czech Republic Loket

Romain Febvre was dominant in the Grand Prix of Czech Republic 2 race wins. There was no stopping him stepping on the top step of the podium, where he seems quite at home these days.
Febvre has a massive 88 points ahead of Gautier Paulin. But there are still five round remaining and 250 points available. It has been a season full of drama and injury, but it’s looking good for the Yamaha factory rider. Second overall was Evgeny Bobryshev and third Clement Desalle.

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Jonny Walker wins the Red Bull Romaniacs 2015

KTM’s Jonny Walker

KTM’s Jonny Walker claimed a hard fought victory in this year’s edition of Red Bull Romaniacs. Competing against on-form rivals, and up against some of the world’s hardest terrain, it was anything but an easy ride to victory. Fighting tooth and nail during the duration of the five-day race in Sibiu, Romania Walker eventually crossed the finish line in first position. Pictures and words courtesy Future7 media.

Jonny Walker (KTM)
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