Dylan Walsh- committed to racing MXGP of Germany this weekend

Dylan Walsh- committed to racing MXGP of Germany this weekend

Dylan Walsh stays committed as ever to race debut MX2 World Championship heading into MXGP of Germany this weekend under Revo Husqvarna UK Team.

Dylan Walsh MXGP of Latvia Photo Credit: Revo Husqvarna UK

Finishing MXGP of Latvia with 13th in R1 and 19th in R2, Walsh keeps mind-set open on what he has achieved so far in 2019 World Championship season- having put in best performance at Matterley Basin going 10-10 and then at Lombardia finishing 5th in R2.

At half-way point in season, Dylan holds 17th Overall in MX2 with team-mate Alvin Ostland one position in front with 8 Rounds to go.

The unpredictable nature of racing World MX Championship was no more evident than at MXGP of Latvia, taking even seasoned Champions aka Jeffrey Herlings side-lined with injury, hence Walsh’s performance in debut year slots in to all-time learning curve on what real-time racing is like at highest possible level.

#53: ‘Yeah racing wasn’t great but moto one I rode well and then second race was horrible I just struggled! You have to get used to every type of track and be ready every-time for everything. But it’s good learning curve’.

Heading into MXGP of Germany at Teutschenthal this weekend, #53 remains matter of fact on what he wants to achieve- balancing need to gain solid results with consistent push to race smooth against challenging obstacles on track.

Dylan Walsh MXGP of Latvia Photo Credit: Revo Husqvarna UK

#53: ‘I actually really like this track in Germany so I can’t wait to get out there and race. I’ll just be thinking about myself and ride the best I can’.

With decision made that Dylan won’t be attending Indonesia GP’s: Rounds 11 and 12- bets are on that the Husqvarna rider will come out firing at Czech, followed by home track GP of Lommel then Imola GP, Italy post fly-aways.

For Walsh, staying positive is in-grained, part of his character- which is the reason why the NZ’der is the first Kiwi to race MX2 World Championship since BT won in 2004.

Words: Sharon Cox

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