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Indrek Mägi on clinching the Finnish MX1 title

Indrek Mägi on clinching the Finnish MX1 title
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It’s been a good season for Indrek Mägi as he sealed the Finnish MX1 title at the weekend – his first championship in six years as recent injury issues have made things difficult for him but he’s back riding at a good level in 2021.

The Estonian MXoN team is expected to be selected next week and Mägi is in contention to get selected – it would be nice for him to race at Mantova!

We caught up with Mägi to discuss his season and more…

On his season… 

My season has went well. The come back after the 2020 injury took some time but I feel better and better. Good moto’s from Swedish Championship at the beginning of the year followed Estonian, Finnish and Latvian Championships. Health problems ruined my chances to fight for the Estonian title but we kept alive hopes in Finland and Latvia. We got it done with KRT Kawasaki in Finland last weekend by winning the title. Now we will focus on the two last rounds in Latvia where we sit in second overall. Need to fight for it!

On the level of the Finnish series…

A championship is a Championship – never easy to win against national top racers. But I think it was one of the highest levelled Finnish seasons ever. We had last years European Champion Karel Kutsar, 2021 EMX podium finishers and other fast guys. Also Harri (Kullas) came to race for some rounds. We had superfinals with full gates mixed together with MX2 racers. We had great tracks and rough moto’s, it was good!

On how it feels to clinch the title… 

It feels very good. I had my last title six years ago with many injuries and difficult years. But we managed to get it done. I had very consistent results, good starts and smart decisions. Not always for the win but we wanted the overall and we did it.

I want to thank my Finnish KRT Kawasaki team that helped me going. In 2019 we took third and 2021 we won! Also, I could never do it without my dear dad who always has my back. And last but not least – my local sponsors, family and people who kept the faith in me after highs and lows. Especially I would highlight the fact that 2021 was our tenth year anniversary with Kawasaki. I was very lucky that Estonian Kawasaki (Motodepoo) started helping me that led us to meet other Kawasaki people around the Europe (Finland, Sweden, Netherlands etc). I keep going 100% and hopefully will be able to come back to Europe to race some bigger series in 2022!

Article: Andy McKinstry

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