Assen MX Euro: Race Report Josiah Natzke 125cc

Assen MX Euro: Race Report Josiah Natzke 125cc

NZ’s Josiah Natzke Race 1 was always going to be a leveller on a track newly built for MXGP: MX Euro Final Round with Natzke keeping it safe finishing 10th from 25th around hole-shot corner.

In a test of apprehension with only 1 point difference going into this weekend, Josiah gained confidence towards the latter laps of Race 1, picking smoother lines, passing and maintaining focus where many riders struggled.

Photo Credit: Janine Natzke

Photo Credit: Janine Natzke

With Team-mate Jorge Prado extending his points lead, Josiah will take this learning curve on board as he stands 2nd Overall with a 15 point gap going into Race 2 tomorrow morning.

Track best described as a feat in itself built by NZ’s Greg Atkins makes a 30 minute moto a challenging yet unpredictable contest with its choppy sections of rollers, table-tops, chicane, and 180 corners on sand.

Natzke will go into Race 2 full of what he has learnt through-out his debut season in EMX 125cc MX Euro Championships 2015.

Up-date Results Post Race 2

EMX125 – Championship Classification
Pos Nr Rider Nat. Bike Total ITA EUR ESP GBR FRA ITA BEL NED
1 61 Prado Garcia, J. ESP KTM 296 18-18 25-22 22-25 15-18 20-22 22-4 25-15 – –
2 33 Natzke, Josiah NZL KTM 281 14-20 9-11 25-22 14-25 25-25 25-20 15-20 – –
3 959 Renaux, Maxime FRA YAM 245 22-22 11-20 20-16 25-22 22-20 20-25

Words: Sharon Cox                                                                                                                         August 30th, 2015

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