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Suzuki World MXGP Heads To Latvia Boyed By Recent Results

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After the back to back rounds in Italy and the Netherlands, the 2017 MXGP series took a weekend off before heading to the Baltic nation of Latvia for this seventh round of the Motocross World Championship, held at the Kegums facility just south of Riga.

This weekend, the Suzuki World team of Arminas Jasikonis, Jeremy Seewer, Hunter Lawrence, Bas Vaessen and Zach Pichon is almost at full capacity and looking forward to the challenge, with only Kevin Strijbos absent due to his recently sustained elbow injury.

The whole squad have been working hard in the break to try and keep their level up with some riders choosing to ride at the German ADAC national race, whilst others stayed away in order to rest or work on other aspects of their riding.

‰ÛÏI didn‰Ûªt race this last weekend, because General Manager Stefan Everts didn‰Ûªt want to change our programme‰Û
Lawrence followed up his sixth overall at Valkenswaard with a second overall at the German ADAC, racing against some 450s
For Lawrence, he followed up his sixth overall at Valkenswaard with a second overall at the German ADAC, racing against some 450s on his RM-Z250. It was another positive step for the Australian who is starting to find his feet now and get his groove back after some early season set-backs.

‰ÛÏI raced the ADAC in Jauer which was good training and it was nice to get some more good results. I‰Ûªm looking forward to Latvia, it‰Ûªs quite a cool track, cool dirt and I‰Ûªm excited to have a good weekend, building upon what I‰Ûªve done these past couple of weekends.‰Û

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