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Junior World Champs – The Preview!

Junior World Champs – The Preview!
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This weekend more than one hundred of the world’s fastest youths from more than thirty-one nations, will showcase their talent on an international scale as they go bar to bar for FIM Junior Motocross World Championship glory. The venue set to be taken over by the sweet smell of burning pre-mix is El Molar, Spain, a small community only 39km north of the Spanish capital Madrid. Three titles will be won this weekend, two riders will be crowned world champion in the 125cc and 85cc classes and one rider will be crowned 65cc European Open winner. All three champions will receive a Scott voltage mountain bike courtesy of our sponsor Scott Sports.

MX125

The 125cc class is more or less the last step for a young rider before entering the premier amateur class,European Championship EMX250, or the elite FIM Motocross World Championship MX2. Some of the hottest prospects for the world title this year are, of course, the KTM Factory Juniors squad of Spanish sensation Jorge Prado Garcia, the New Zealander Josiah Natzke and the former Junior 85cc World Champion from Great Britain Conrad Mewse.

Natzke and Prado are respectively second and third in the European Championship EMX125 class while leading that championship is Kemea Yamaha Yamalube’s young French star Maxime Reneaux, who is also a solid bet for the FIM Junior Motocross World Championship gold plate.

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Other names that stand out, but of course not all as there are, as always, expected to be some dark horses, are KTM De Carli’s Gianluca Fachetti, DP19 Racing Yamaha’s Andrea Zanotti, and the EMX125 hot starter Davide Cislaghi. Also adding to the line-up of mega talented shredders are Spain’s Ruben Fernandez Garcia, the 2014 European Championship EMX85 champion Jago Geerts, Denmark’s Glen Meier and Finland’s Miro Sihvonen.

MX85

Forty screaming 85cc’s took over Latvia last weekend for the final of the European Championship EMX85 which gave us a little insight on what to look forward to this weekend.

First of all, HSF Logistics Motorsport Team’s Raivo Dankers is definitely a good call for the win. Dankers won in both wet and dry conditions last weekend to claim his second European Championship title. If anyone was going to be up for the challenge though, it would have been Denmark’s Mikkel Haarup. Haarup won the final moto in the JWC 85cc last year and was extremely fired up for this weekend after struggling to stay on his bike in the mud of Latvia but unfortunately, news struck this morning that the Dane crashed in practice yesterday and broke his shoulder.

Brian Van Der Klij and Bastian Boegh Damm made the class greener when they landed their Kawasaki’s on the second and third steps on the podium in the EMX85 final last weekend, while Rick Elzinger was also mega fast, but struggled in the mud, luckily this weekend the weather forecast shows no sign of rain. Wrapping up some of the familiar names in the 85cc class, the Honda European Championship EMX150 red plate holder Emil Weckman will throw a bit of oil in his unleaded petrol this weekend so he can take on the world.

MX65

These little guys are all legends! They are riding bikes that weigh more than they do on tracks made for people triple their age. The two riders that stand out are Kay Karrsemakers and Martin Venhoda after their impressive rides last weekend. Meanwhile it will also be cool to see how Liam Everts, the son of Europe’s GOAT (greatest of all time) Stefan Everts, does in his world stage debut.

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