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The Honda SR Motoblouz team, 2020 French MX1 champion

While the MXGP World Cup took a break this weekend before three new events in Italy, Jeremy and the team met in Rauville la Place (Manche) for this third and final event of the French Elite championship.

On Saturday morning, the Belgian set the second fastest time in timed practice. A premonitory figure for the rest of the events: he indeed finished second in the first round (“in pain”, says Josse Sallefranque, team manager) and also second of the second. And this despite a big shock to the knee due to a stone propelled by the rear wheel of number 1 which exploded his knee pad and slowed him down for a good lap...
This consistency will pay off as Jeremy finishes premier in the standings this weekend. And above all premier in the Elite MX1 category championship!

Jeremy Van Horebeek 2020 French MX1 champion

Jeremy Van Horebeek at work in Rauville la Place in Normandy

A tenth title for the Honda SR Motoblouz team

Jeremy Van Horebeek therefore offers the Honda France SR Motoblouz team nothing less than its tenth national crown! Josse highlights his driver’s performance: “ Despite the pressure of the title, Jeremy won this final and the title on a not easy circuit, where we saw many falls. We couldn't make a mistake today... The objective was clearly the title rather than the victory and in fact Jeremy gave us both! »

The entire Motoblouz team congratulates Jeremy and the entire team for this great performance despite the complicated situation!

Featured photo: From left to right Bastien Bourrières (the mechanic of the Honda 89), Jeremy Van Horebeek and Josse Sallefranque (Honda SR Motoblouz team manager) (photos MediaCross)

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Editor and tester for Motoblouz , I am an unconditional fan of roads with bends. For me, the motorcycle is a means of escape as well as a means of transport.

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