China was the last MXGP World Championship of the season and Belgian talent, Kevin Strijbos has revealed it might be the last GP of his career. 

Strijbos has had a wonderful career but this time last year was in a similar sciencio but eventually secured a GP ride with the JWR Yamaha team. 

The Belgian will be hoping that something comes so he can race the MXGP World Championship in 2020 again. 

China didn’t go to plan for Strijbos as he hurt his shoulder in the first moto after a big and decided not to start the second moto but he believes he’ll be ready for the Motocross Des Nations at Assen in two weeks time. 

“Had a huge crash in first moto and hurt my shoulder and dns second moto.  So, the last GP of 2019 and maybe the last GP of my career didn’t go as planned. Its sad but that’s the way it is. We will see whats going to happen in the future. I’m still motivated to put the work in to be good but its just hard to find a team. If it was my last GP then I would like to thank everybody who helped me through the years, fans, teams, sponsors, friends, family,… I will stay positive cause in 2 weeks there will be the nations in Assen and we go all in with team belgium”, Strijbos commented. 

Pic: JWR Yamaha

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