Jeremy Seewer Team Suzuki World MXGP

Jeremy Seewer Team Suzuki World MXGP

Team Suzuki World MXGP rider Jeremy Seewer has shown marked potential to be a MXGP Title contender currently sitting 2nd Overall in the MX2 World Championship.

With 7 out of 10 Rounds finishing on podium, Seewer’s performance puts paid to the benefits of working under 10x World MX Champion, Suzuki World MXGP Manager Stefan Everts.

Photo Credit: Suzuki Racing

Photo Credit: Suzuki Racing

Seewer at 22 years of age has moved up the ranks from 10th Overall MX2 in 2014, to 5th Overall MX2 in 2015 and now stands 2nd Overall 31 points behind MX2 leader Jeffrey Hurlings– both riders having benefitted from the Everts brand of winning style.

All of which speaks volumes on how Everts has made the transition from World Motocross Champion to leading the way in World Motocross rider’s performance at Europe’s GP’s.

Of the multitude of past and present World Motocross Champions only a small number have shifted their talent, skill, race-craft knowledge and experience to better the performance of the next World Champions.

If the first half of 2016 MXGP season is a glimpse of what is to come, expect Seewer and future MXGP riders to rise in the stakes of Title winners, if under the wing of Stefan Everts.

This film edit tells of Team Suzuki World MXGP rider Jeremy Seewer’s experience in Round 10 at Saint Jean D’Angely, France last weekend.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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