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Jörgen-Matthias Talviku and SC Sport Homes Husqvarna agree deal for 2023

Jörgen-Matthias Talviku and SC Sport Homes Husqvarna agree deal for 2023
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After the SC Sports Homes Husqvarna team snapped up Jörgen-Matthias Talviku during the 2022 season, it turned out to be a good decision securing some good results. Talviku was a regular podium rider in the MX2 British Championship and secured points in the AMA Nationals he contested as a wildcard.

For the 2023 season, SC Sport Homes Husqvarna are delighted to confirm they’ve agreed to keep the Estonian talent as part of their rider line up. The focus will be on the British Championship series and MX Nationals UK series with selected other races on the team’s schedule including a handful of AMA Nationals.

The team will spend time in America during the off season to prepare for a busy 2023 season racing all over the globe.

Image: SC Sport Homes Husqvarna

Jörgen-Matthias Talviku: I found the team awesome after signing with them this year, especially coming from a smaller team, it was a big honour to be again in a foreign team with nice spirit and attitude. Attitude is everything and straight away I felt straight that I was in good hands. The bike suited me well and I got used to the new people really fast actually, which started with a podium at Fat Cats British championship round after two days of testing.

My decision to stay with the team for 2023 was quite simple. I really like all the team members and their families, who are helping me a lot. I feel I am at the right place at the moment with great bunch of guys, who really love motocross and are willing to do anything to support their riders to achieve good results and have fun together. I have been in six different teams in five last seasons’ so I have learnt quite a lot, what I personally need and what helps me to make a new step in my career. I feel people I am working with are basically the most important part of team spirit and I am happy to call my team a family. Also, I liked the US adventure, which I am also really looking forward coming into the new season.

USA was very interesting and exciting for me. I enjoyed racing there and learning different conditions. Now I am already smarter and know more when we are going back. Also, I am really thankful for that kind of opportunity. There are not so many teams in paddock, who are so dedicated to take on such a crazy adventure, so I am really looking forward.

My goals for the MX2 British championship in 2023 results wise is to finish top three in championship standings. Of course, to be a consistent top runner, avoid big mistakes and have fun, because that’s what it is all about actually. We have time to prepare for upcoming season and we are going to be there in right time. I would like to thank my team for their trust and continuing support. Massive thanks to our team sponsors and my personal ones. Also, I would really like to thank my trainer and physio, who have been working hard with me and all my supporters around me. See you guys soon at the track!

Neil Prince (Team manager): We are very happy to have Talviku again for 2023 season. He puts it all into his racing, is 100 percent dedicated to his job and is a super nice kid to have on the team.

Words: Andy McKinstry

Images: SC Sport Homes Husqvarna

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