Stefan Everts Team Suzuki World MXGP- Interview with Film Edit

Stefan Everts Team Suzuki World MXGP- Interview with Film Edit

In the words of Stefan Everts ‘the circle becomes round where I started my career with Suzuki and won my first GP Title on the 125cc. Back then Sylvain Geboers was the Team Manager and boss and he took me on board, to Team Suzuki and he is still here with us today at the GP’s’.

Photo Credit: MXGP

Photo Credit: MXGP

Everts: ‘I never thought when I won my first Championship with Suzuki that one day I would run the Factory Team. It is great’.

For Stefan Everts Owner and Manager of Team Suzuki World MGP the debut season has been successful with MX2 Jeremy Seewer stacking up podiums and now placed 2nd Overall with 2 Rounds to go.

There have also been challenges: maintaining consistency with rider performance, rider injuries, adapting to the role of managing a business, working to bring out the best in the Team and tracking how the Team will develop for the future.

Without a doubt, Stefan holds an exceptional ability to develop a rider to a potential not yet realised. The long list of results from Jordi Tixier, to Ken Roczen to Jeffrey Herlings to the young talented Jorge Prado have all benefitted from the 10 x World MX Champion expertise on how to win races.

Photo Credit: Suzuki Racing

Photo Credit: Suzuki Racing

Stefan’s commitment to develop the Team’s young riders sets himself apart from many. Long term planning on the Team set-up of riders for 2017 through to 2020 confirms how sustainable the Team’s strategy is for winning GP Championship Titles.

Add to the mix Stefan’s personal experience of winning 10 World MX Championships, with over 101 GP wins, the importance of cementing a good Team of people under the Team Suzuki World MXGP umbrella is what Everts will be known for over time.

All in all a winning formula: Everts + Champion + talent + vision = success

This Film Edit gives insight on Stefan Everts thoughts on Team Suzuki World MXGP debut season in 2016.

Words: Sharon Cox








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