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8Biano complete rider line up with fast Aussie!

8Biano complete rider line up with fast Aussie!
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The Australian Caleb Ward is the new entry of the Motocross World Championship MX2 2017.

Still not goes down the “rumors” of the 2016 season and the management of 8biano Racing signed another deal for the 2017 season. From Ravenshoe in far North Queensland, Australia, will come in Italy, and will be part of the renovated staff, the Australian Caleb Ward. Not yet twenty years old, was born March 20, 1997, he comes out from a top season in the national championships of the MX2 where he got the 2nd place in the Australian National Motocross Championship, winning 4 of 10 scheduled races and for 8 times, on the podium positions. Ward will be a rookie to be kept “under control” and will fight for the positions of the top ten in the category under 23. Caleb Ward, will race the championship MX2 riding the Husqvarna FC250 MY 2017.

Niki Rossotto (Team Principal): “With the arrival of Caleb Ward we completed the team for the new season. Ward is a new name for the world motocross scene and certainly the MX2 will be enriched by a new, young talent. We are really pleased to have reached agreement with the Australian and we hope that he can do something great as his countrymen who preceded him in the past time, in the motocross world championship. “

Caleb Ward:”I’m super excited to be racing for the 8biano Racing team in 2017, it’s been a goal and dream of mine to race the World Championships so I’m really stoked that I’ve been given the opportunity to do it. I’m really looking forward to getting over to Europe and experiencing everything and riding the new Husqvarna. I’ve ridden KTM’s for a long time and I think the Husky will be quite similar so it should be an easy transition. I’m also keen to ride all new tracks and to be racing different riders for the first time which will be really cool, I’m sure it’s going to be a huge learning curve but I can’t wait!”.

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