More than four months have passed since the second round of the 2020 FIM Motocross World Championship, the official Gas Gas Factory Racing teams – Standing Construct Gas Gas Factory Racing and DIGA Procross Gas Gas Factory Juniors – are ready for the highly anticipated restart and imminent of the MXGP series. Leading the Dutch international races at the Arnhem circuit, team riders Glenn Coldenhoff, Ivo Monticelli, Jeremy Sydow and Simon Längenfelder will all compete on new factory Gas Gas MC 450F and MC 250F machines.
In the MXGP class, Glenn Coldenhoff and Ivo Monticelli are well prepared for their return to the very competitive class. As Monticelli looks to put a frustrating start to his 2020 season behind him, Coldenhoff will resume his quest for a top five spot in the Championship.
For MX2 class riders Jeremy Sydow and Simon Längenfelder, the upcoming MXGP of Latvia will not only allow the young pair to return to world championship competition on the new MC 250F, but also to continue the impressive run of form that they each displayed during the first two GPs. . The new Gas Gas MC 450F and MC 250F will take to the track for the first time on July 26 at the Dutch international event to be held at the Arnhem circuit.
Glenn Coldenhoff: “This new bike is something I was really looking forward to. It looks great and it’s really cool that we’re back racing with a new bike. Obviously the last few months haven’t been as everyone expected but it’s a special time for all of us. I feel really good and my feelings with the new bike are excellent. I just want to go back behind the door now and start running.
Simon Längenfelder: “This new bike makes everything better for me. Riding feels so good, can’t wait to be back racing. Over the next few weeks I will continue to work hard so I am in the best shape to compete on my new Gas Gas.
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