Motocross

Jay Wilson Makes It Eleven In A Row With Hiroshima Victory

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Photo of motocross rider Jay Wilson at the 2023 Japanese Motocross Championship
Jay Wilson remains undefeated in the 450 class in the 2023 Japanese Motocross Championships

Jay Wilson has racked up his 11th consecutive moto victory of the year in the Japanese Motocross Championships, on his way to winning round four of the IA1 (450cc) class in Hiroshima on the weekend.

Wilson remains undefeated in the 450 class for 2023, totalling 11 championship races and four rounds after another impressive performance on the weekend and he is really gelling with the YZ450F and his Yamaha Factory Innovation team.

Photo of motocross rider Jay Wilson at the 2023 Japanese Motocross Championship
Wilson walked away with another victory on a track he had never competed at.

“This was my first-time racing at this venue and it’s the first time we have done the traditional two, thirty-minute motos this year,” Wilson explained. “Probably been the hottest day we have had racing this year as well, so it was a good test of fitness and durability on boh me and the bike.

“The weekend went well, and the track was a lot of fun to ride. It had a heap of jumps and was almost like a fast supercross track, so it was a lot of fun to ride.

“I had a quiet couple of weeks leading into this race as I wasn’t well but feeling good now and back to working hard with Yamaha and the team during the week to be ready for upcoming events we have planned. Thanks to all the team supporters and look forward to seeing everyone at round five,” Wilson concluded.

Photo of motocross rider Jay Wilson at the 2023 Japanese Motocross Championship

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