Roczen on Jett letting him win as a “baby gift.”

Ken Roczen has had his say on Jett Lawrence saying he let Ken win the second moto as a baby gift and to push Sexton back to third place points – even though Sexton would have been third with Kenny second or first in race two! See below:

“I had a great day with my team @hepmotorsports yesterday. We were super solid all day! I made a suspension change for moto 1 that i didn’t quite get along with so i went as fast as i could for what it allowed me to do. Finished 3rd in that one after some passes made early on. 2nd main, well i could care less about a “oh so kind baby gift” win from Jett. Thank you so much. I really appreciate it… the math didn’t make a difference whatsoever on the overall anyway. What i did love was the effort i was able to put in and the speed we were going. Not letting him go, and also reeling jett in when i needed to. I guess i just like seeing hard work paying off. We made a suspension change that i already ran in qualifying with an adjustment after the sight lap and that was what allowed me to ride to my full potential. Thank you @activeride The Fans were unreal yesterday once again and i am super glad i am able to make it a bit exciting. You guys are the absolute best and i am thankful to be able to feel that kind of love! Looking forward to one more round next weekend.”

We caught up with new MXGP world champion, Jorge Prado, new MX2 world champion, Andrea Adamo, plus GP winner Jeremy Seewer and MX2 podium man, Simon Laengenfelder at Maggiora: