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ROMAIN FEBVRE FOR HUSQVARNA MOTORCYCLES AT ROUND TWO OF THE FIM WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP IN SI RACHA,

Unfazed by the intense heat and at the Pinthong circuit in Si Racha, entered the GP of Thailand intent on on his podium success from the round of the series in Qatar weekend. Boxed out off the start in the MX2 race, the Husqvarna rider himself outside the top ten on lap one. crashing twice during the couple of laps, he soon into the race and fought to finish ninth.

Focused on his moto one result, Febvre the opening lap of race two in sixth. the course now at it’s roughest, pushed hard catching and Glenn Coldenhoff in the closing of the race to finish third – his race result of the series.

Delivering two solid results in Febvre’s teammate Aleksandr finished seventh overall. in race one following a close battle, the Russian slipped one position in race two to eighth as the began to take it’s Holding firm in the final Tonkov secured another top ten result in MX2.

For Red Bull Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Waters the MXGP of Thailand was a performance over round one in Tenth in the opening MXGP the Australian saved his best for two. Beginning to find his in the Motocross World Championship, charged his way to a career best place.

Growing stronger as of his nearest rivals in the heat, he crossed the finish just one-second behind placed Evgeny Bobryshev to end his day overall.

Stepping in for the injured Tyla Austria’s Pascal Rauchenencker well on his MXGP debut Red Bull IceOne Husqvarna Racing. Working his way from the top 20 in race one, the 20-year-old 16 th. Backing that up with 16 th in race two, Rauchenencker the MXGP of Thailand in 15 th overall.

The FIM World Championship continues round three in Beto Brazil on March 30.

Romain “I’m really happy to away with third in the second MX2 race. My day was a bit up and down but I my speed was good by working my way third. After my podium in Qatar I was hoping for a similar in Thailand but I crashed twice in the race and that ruined my I got a great jump off the gate and got pushed wide in the first It dropped me outside the top 10 and as I pushed I ended up crashing twice.

In this humidity I could recover to ninth. In race two I much better. Towards the end of the I upped my pace and passed for third. It felt great to get result and end the race on a high.”

Tonkov: “Coming from I struggle with this of humidity so my main focus was to get through the day and score some points. In race one I had a nice going and finished seventh, surprised me a little. It was hard to in the second race but I gritted my and placed eighth for ninth Thailand is the toughest race of the in terms of weather conditions so I’m with how I rode.”

Waters breaks into top ten – best with solid

For Red Bull IceOne Husqvarna Racing’s Todd Waters the of Thailand was a much-improved performance round one in Qatar. Tenth in the MXGP race, the Australian his best for race two. to find his confidence in the Motocross Championship, Waters charged his way to a best sixth place.

stronger as some of his nearest faded in the heat, he crossed the line just one-second fifth placed Evgeny to end his day seventh overall.

Stepping in for the Tyla Rattray, Austria’s Rauchenencker faired well on his debut with Red Bull Husqvarna Factory Racing. his way from outside the top 20 in race the 20-year-old placed 16th. that up with another race two, Rauchenencker the MXGP of Thailand in 15thoverall.

The FIM Motocross World Championship with round three in Carrero, Brazil on March 30.

Waters: “I feel like made a lot of progress this I’m beginning to settle into at world championship level and in confidence. The first race ok but it was one of those rides where you to get a decent pace going. I got my groove a lot better in race two and was the conditions.

My FC 450 was flawless in the extreme and I was able to charge all the way to the chequered Despite just missing out on place by one second I’m chuffed sixth. It’s been a end to the GP of Thailand.”

Pascal Rauchenencker:“I got a phone on Monday to race in Thailand so you say I wasn’t perfectly prepared here. But I really feel I’ve done well. I I wouldn’t be 100 per cent but two 16th results is good. Thanks to the for giving me the opportunity to race in – it’s been a fantastic working with them.”


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