EVGENY BOBRYSHEV NEW TEAM 2018!

Scritto mercoledì 29 novembre 2017 alle 17:58.

Arriva la notizia che sconvolge il mondo del Motocross e i fan del pilota russo, Evgeny Bobryshev ha concluso un accordo con il Team RFX Suzuki per competere nell’Arenacross World Tour. Bobryshev, che è stato lasciato a “piedi” dal Team HRC per il Campionato Mondiale di Motocross FIM, ha trovato un accordo nel Regno Unito. Sotto la sintesi del comunicato stampa tradotto e poi la versione originale!

Buona lettura e forza Bobry!

Arenacross è lieto di annunciare che il pilota MXGP e il campione russo MX2; Evgeny Bobryshev si unirà al campionato di piloti di classe mondiale per il 2018 Arenacross World Tour con RFX Suzuki.

“Sono davvero felice di aver fatto un accordo con la Suzuki England per correre nell’Arenacross World Tour per il 2018”, ha detto Bobryshev in un comunicato stampa. “Conosco Neil Prince da molto tempo e non vedo l’ora di lavorare con lui. In realtà ho corso un round in Irlanda nel 2010, che ho vinto, ed è stato molto divertente. Ero in una posizione unica dove potevo scegliere di guidare qualsiasi cosa volessi e ho deciso che era quello che volevo fare. Sarà molto diverso dalla MXGP visto che le corse sono fatte solo in un giorno, il che significa che probabilmente mi divertirò a guidare molto di più e sarà divertente, ho intenzione di iniziare a pedalare in bici la prossima settimana e concentrarmi, sarò pronto per questo “.

L’Arenacross World Tour inizierà il primo fine settimana di gennaio presso l’Arena Manchester nel Regno Unito e proseguirà fino a marzo, dove la serie si concluderà in Germania. Ora è chiaro che Bobryshev correrà il Campionato britannico e il MX National, un altro campionato con sede nel Regno Unito, per tutta l’estate, quindi non gareggerà nella serie MXGP.

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Evgeny Bobryshev returns to the UK for the 2018 season competing in the Michelin MX Nationals, Arenacross World tour & ACU Championships .

For the new season he will be racing Suzuki Machinery, outdoor events will see the 30 year old racing for Neil Princes Lombard Suzuki team & reigning team champions RFX Suzuki for Arenacross aboard an RMZ450.

The former GP winner is a previous winner of both the British & Russian National titles & will be looking to add to his championship haul. He joins two fellow 2017 GP racers namely Jake Nichols & Josiah Natzke on the line .

Evgeny Bobryshev
“I am really happy to have made a deal with Suzuki England to race in the Arenacross World Tour for 2018. I have known Neil Prince for a long time and I am looking forward to working with him. I actually raced one round in Ireland in 2010 which I won, and it was a lot of fun. I was in a unique position where I could choose to ride in whatever I wanted, and I decided that this was what I wanted to do. It is going to be so different to MXGP as the racing is only done in one day! Which to be honest means I will probably enjoy riding the bike a lot more and having a bit of fun with it. I am planning to start riding on the bike next week and get focused. I will be ready for it!”

Neil Prince- Team Manager
“Bobryshev is arguably still one of the best riders in the world. We were lucky enough to get him to come and ride with us for Arenacross. He will do a really excellent job of showcasing just how good the Suzuki is and I am totally motivated to work with him. We actually did an Arenacross round together in 2010, he has always wanted to do this and now he is a unique position where he can do this, and we are happy to support him. It fits in really well with us coming together with Race FX to form the team and now we just can’t wait to get started!”

Matt Bates- Arenacross
“I know that Arenacross is going from strength to strength, but if I asked myself when we started the tour in 2013, would a top three MXGP rider want to race our series, I would have questioned why. But the fact is that with over £250k in prize money and a series that offers so fun to riders and so much awareness for brands, maybe the face of Motocross is changing? I’m sure I speak for us all, but Bobryshev is not only fast, but incredibly tough, and for that reason I think he’s perfectly matched to our series and we all welcome him indoors and can’t wait to see him race against the strongest ever European Line Up”.

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