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Husqvarna Has Announced Their Riders For The 2015 MXGP Season

Husqvarna has reported their riders for the 2015 MXGP season. Red Bull IceOne Husqvarna Factory Racing will speak to the brand in MXGP, with Wilvo Nestaan Husqvarna Factory Racing challenging the MX2 class.

Max Nagl, 27, has consented to an arrangement with Red Bull IceOne that will see the German race MXGP for the following two years with the brand. While with HRC Honda a year ago, Nagl won five MXGP motos, including his first general since 2010 at the Grand Prix of Goias (Brazil).

“It’s continually energizing to set out on another section in dashing and I’m particularly anticipating joining Husqvarna and Red Bull IceOne Racing for 2015,” he said in a public statement. “I realize that the title will be extreme one year from now—the opposition will be tight. Additionally, we have six abroad races to battle with—yet I trust that we can complete a great job.”

Returning for his second year with the group will be Australian Todd Waters. In his first year, Waters missed noteworthy time subsequent to breaking his tibia and fibula and enduring a break to his correct collarbone and a little crack to his correct hip in a training crash in April.

“I’m energized for 2015. It’s my chance to set things ideal from this season,” he said in a public statement. “Albeit 2014 began decidedly things simply turned out poorly arrange for when I endured some genuine wounds to my leg, hip, and collarbone. Be that as it may, getting back on a bicycle as enabled me to put all that misfortune behind me and concentrate on what’s coming down the road.”

The group has additionally marked Great Britain’s, Nathan Watson. The 20-year-old will race in MXGP at all the European rounds.

Wilvo Nestaan Husqvarna Factory Racing will return 21-year-old Russian Aleksandr Tonkov in MX2 and has marked Australian Dean Ferris to challenge the MXGP class. “I’m extremely thankful for the chance of remaining in MXGP for 2015 that both Wilvo Nestaan and Husqvarna have given me,” Ferris said. “I truly making the most of my arrival to MXGP in 2014 and it’s fabulous to realize that it will proceed.”

Ricci Racing will get official Husqvarna bolster for 2015 with riders Rui Goncalves (MXGP), Christopher Valente (MX2), Michael Ivanov (MX2) and Filippo Zonta (EMX125).

“We are exceptionally amped up for the new season and I think we have an extremely solid rider line-up, particularly in MXGP. After an intense 2014 season in MXGP I genuinely trust that with Todd, Nathan, Dean, and Rui we will be in a position to battle for some okay outcomes,” Robert Jones, head of Husqvarna Motorsport, said. “Our MX2 manufacturing plant rider line-up isn’t as large as in 2014, we are putting all expectations in Aleksandr. Being the ‘number one’ rider in the group appears to give him a lift, which we effectively experienced at the MXON in Latvia.”