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Clarke shows off Suzuki he become Junior World Champ on

Clarke shows off Suzuki he become Junior World Champ on
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Back in 2005, Steven Clarke clinched the 85cc Junior World Championship title on a Suzuki – fifteen years ago!

The talented Brit went on to have a good career racing all over the world including America, Australia and all over Europe.

There’s no doubt, Clarke has picked up plenty of Supercross and Motocross experience along the way.

“Loading up to go win the FIM JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP. Crazy to think this was 15 years ago, even crazier that in those 15 years I have raced 4 seasons of AMA motocross and supercross, 3 seasons of Australian supercross, 3 seasons of European motocross, 3 seasons of British championship motocross and floated around racing selected rounds of each in between. If I could go back in time and do it again I would in a heart beat! Met so many amazing people along the way and I’m sure there are many more still to be met. I owe all of my success and great memories to my parents, without them NONE of this would have been possible and for that I will be forever grateful”, Clarke stated.

For the 2020 season, Clarke’s focus will be mainly on the MX2 British Championship after signing a deal with the Buildbase Honda team.

 

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#TBT 2005 loading up to go win the FIM JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP. Crazy to think this was 15 years ago, even crazier that in those 15 years I have raced 4 seasons of AMA motocross and supercross, 3 seasons of Australian supercross, 3 seasons of European motocross, 3 seasons of British championship motocross and floated around racing selected rounds of each in between. If I could go back in time and do it again I would in a heart beat!!! Met so many amazing people along the way and I’m sure there are many more still to be met 😝 I owe all of my success and great memories to my parents, without them NONE of this would have been possible and for that I will be forever greatful!! #WeLivin

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