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In a stunning improvement, Josh Hansen reported the previous evening that he will challenge the whole Monster Energy Arenacross visit in the UK in 2016.

Hansen influenced the astounding declaration at the 2016 visit to dispatch at the Motorcycle Live at the NEC, Birmingham.

” I’m pumped at the possibility of another test and at contending in the UK,” Hansen said. “I know the folks back home just won’t get it and that will drive me on considerably more. I see the Arenacross arrangement as heading for good things and I need to be a piece of that. I figure that after this, the entryways will open and the British arrangement will be overflowed with Americans!”

In 2015, Hansen, 31, came back to Monster Energy Supercross under his own group – Team 100- – contending in a full season out of the blue since 2013. He completed fourteenth in the 250SX West Region with a season-high of fourth in San Diego.

In October, in a MotoSport.com video, Hansen said he was hoping to do his own arrangement again in 2016. “To the extent one year from now, 2016, I’m taking a gander at attempting to do my own group, same thing one year from now (2016 ),” Hansen said in the video. “In the first place year is constantly sort of a tad of a wreck – becoming acquainted with what’s ideal from off-base. I could discover that this year.”

The last round of the UK Areancross arrangement is February 27, an indistinguishable night from the 250SX East Region opener in Atlanta, making it likely that Hansen won’t come back to Monster Energy Supercross next season.

Arrangement promoter Matt Bates of e22sports included: “We are charmed to affirm that Josh will challenge the full eleven-round arrangement and we’re certain it will be touchy. The arrangement is currently packed with hustling ability and I wouldn’t prefer to put down a wager on the result; it is totally open and is set to be ultra-focused. The way that Josh has picked our Monster Energy Arenacross Tour over the American supercross arrangement is extremely the what tops off an already good thing!”

We will have more data as it winds up plainly accessible.