Motocross

Dylan Long continues on with CDR Yamaha in 2018

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CDR Yamaha has retained the riding talents and services of Dylan Long for the 2018 racing season after both parties recently agreed to terms after an encouraging 2017 season with the team.

Long started the 2017 season slowly as he battled injury but has come alive in the back half of the year, improving at every round of the MX Nationals before really stepping up when the lights came on in Supercross to charge home in fourth place in the championship amongst a star-studded SX1 field.

His determination and hard work didn‰Ûªt go unnoticed by the CDR Yamaha team and team owner, Craig Dack was satisfied with the progress Long had made and rewarded him with a new contract for the 2018 season.

‰ÛÏWe can all see Dylan is an exceptional riding talent but his work ethic and dedication since his return from injury has impressed me the most and that is now coming through in his results,‰Û
Dylan Long. Credit: Garry Morrow
Long, who hails from Benella in Victoria, is equally as excited as he knows with the might of the CDR Yamaha team behind him and the all new YZ450F underneath him, the 2018 season looms as his best yet.

‰ÛÏRacing for the CDR Yamaha team is the job every racer in Australia wants and despite my injury at the start of the year, I was going to fight with everything I had to hang onto it and I‰Ûªm stoked to be with the team again in 2018,‰Û
Dylan Long. Credit: Garry Morrow

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