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LS Honda Racing parts company with Marnicq Bervoets

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Marnicq Bervoets
LS Honda Racing have the partned company with sports manager Marnicq Bervoets.

LS Honda and Bervoets have enjoyed three great seasons together. In that time they have won three MX1 GP victories, several GP podiums and two national titles.

From 2009 Bervoets has acted as the team's sports manager. He first worked with Cleå«ment Desalle and Dennis Verbruggen. This year Marnicq guided Tanel Leok and Davide Guarneri to strong results. The close cooperation with those riders and the team have enabled LS Honda Racing to develop into one of the leading teams in the FIM MX1 World Championship. For next season the factory supported Belgian Honda squad will field Shaun Simpson and Ken De Dycker.

Luc Piccart (LS Honda Racing team manager) "We are grateful for Marnicq's drive and professionalism in his years working with the team. He will always remain part of LS Honda Racing's history. However for next year we are facing a situation that is entirely different than the one we had in previous years. Both Ken (De Dycker) and Shaun (Simpson) have their own coaches and they have made it clear that they want to continue working with these. This would result in a huge hollowing of Bervoets' role and his responsabilities. Because that is something that we, nor Marnicq wanted we have decided to part company. We wish him the very best in all of his future endeavours."

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