Few weeks after the Hungarian GP held in the Papp Laszlo Sportarena of Budapest, we catch up with newly crowned 2019 Junior World Cup winner, William HOARE (GB – Husqvarna)…
Hello William, few weeks after Hungary, did you have time to celebrate this Junior crown?
William HOARE: “Yes I got back Sunday morning and had all day to reflect over Saturday night and how it went. Then, the following Thursday me, all my family and friends went out for a meal to celebrate my win.”
You’ve been racing in SuperEnduro for a while now, did you think you had a shot to the World title at the beginning of the season?
W.H: “Yes I have been racing SuperEnduro for a couple of seasons now and I knew from the last season my riding has improved with doing more racing over the summer time and training off the bike. I didn’t really know where to place myself at the start of the season because all the other riders have improved also but after Poland winning all three races, it gave me a big confidence boost which also has improved my overall riding.”
Who’s been your biggest rival through the season?
W.H: “I didn’t have any close rivals through the season… I took the point lead from the first round and kept extending it every race but APOLLE and David CYPRIAN have beat me in some finals so they were up there too.”
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CHAMPION LUBES is delighted to announce its exciting partnership with William HOARE, newly crowned 2019 Junior World Champion. Despite his young age, he has already been competing this World Championship for the two past seasons and his impressive results have turned all the eyes on him.
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The Super Pole powered by Akrapovic was once again one of the key and exciting moments for the 8,000 spectators in the Papp Laszlo SportArena on the track created by the former SuperEnduro rider, Kornel NEMETH! But this time nobody could worry Cody WEBB (USA – KTM) who was seemingly on another planet…
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For the first time this season, the 24MX Prestige leader board hasn’t changed hands following a round. Meanwhile, William HOARE (GB – Husqvarna) has already taken his World Champion crown! The first Hungarian GP in history thrilled the 8,000 spectators and kept the stars of the discipline on their toes…
With each passing round so far the 24MX Leader Plate has moved from Taddy BLAZUSIAK (PL – KTM) to Cody WEBB (USA – KTM) to Colton HAAKER (USA – Husqvarna). But despite BLAZUSIAK taking overall victory in Budapest, HAAKER holds on and is now 12 points ahead of his compatriot WEBB and 27 ahead of six-time World Champion, BLAZUSIAK. It’s all to play for at the grand finale in Bilbao between these three stars!
“24MX Leader Plates: HAAKER Holds On, HOARE Already Champion !” verder lezen