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Kyle Webster Looking Ahead to Dream Event at Assen

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Kyle Webster will head to Europe to race for the first time as a member of the Australian team at this years MXoN
Penrite Pirelli CRF Honda Racing rider Kyle Webster is justifiably excited after being named as a member of the Australian team to contest the 2019 Motocross of Nations world teams championship being held at Assen, The Netherlands, on September 28/29.

Webster, 23, who recently finished second overall in the MX2 category of the MX Nationals Australian championship, will join Dean Ferris (KTM) and Mitch Evans (Honda) in the Australian team, which is this year sponsored by leading Australian online retailer, MXStore.com.au.

‰ÛÏI‰Ûªm so excited to have been chosen to represent Australia,‰Û
Kyle on his way to second over all in this years MX2 class at the MX Nationals
As is typical of Dutch circuits, the Assen track, which is located within the famed Assen Moto GP road-race facility, will be a tough and challenging, deeply whooped sand lay-out, conditions which Webster revels in.

‰ÛÏI honestly don‰Ûªt know much about the Assen track, only what I have seen on TV and online,‰Û
After the deep sand of Assen for this years MXoN Webster will jet home and jump straight in to the Australian Supercross Championship
Meantime Penrite Pirelli CRF Honda Racing team owner Mark Luksich says the team is thrilled by Webster‰Ûªs selection to the MXStore.com.au sponsored Australian squad and his opportunity to race on the world stage.

‰ÛÏI haven‰Ûªt had a rider in the green and gold since the days of Belly (Australian MX legend Glen Bell) back in the 1990s, so all of us on the Penrite Pirelli CRF Honda Racing team are extremely proud,‰Û

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