NATIONAL MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP – ROUND 6 – CHESTNUT
The Husqvarna Racing outfit will be changing things up this weekend throwing caution to the wind and leaving it all on the line to send a strong message ahead of the 2023 season. Grant Frerichs from Husqvarna South Africa said the squad will be fielding Josh Mlimi in both MX1 and MX2 where he will be doing battle for podium positions. “Neil van der Vyver has a shot at claiming another South African National MX title in the 85 class so we really have nothing to lose and the boys will come out swinging when the gates drop this weekend” an excited Frerichs added.
Mlimi does not take the role of taking the reins in the MX1 and MX2 assault lightly. “I’ve been putting in the work and I’m ready to end it on a strong note and send a message ahead of the 2023 season racing the FC450 as well, so that is very exciting for me, I’m looking forward to race hard and see where I place” Josh Mlimi
“This will be the last race of 2022, I am beyond excited to finish off on a good note and prove I have what it takes for the championship” youngster Neil van der Vyver said. He went on to say “I am going in with nothing to lose which is quite a good feeling knowing all I need to do is my best and hopefully that’s good enough to take the top step”.
Published by: Grant Frerichs
Photography by: ZCMC Media