Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP and MX2 teams ready for 2022

Seewer will again spearhead the charge in MXGP. The five-time FIM Motocross World Championship silver medalist is hoping to build on the same form of Grand Prix victory he showed at the end of last season. “The MXGP class will once again be very tough this year, so my goal for 2022 is to do my best in every race to be on the podium as much as possible,” he explained, “I feel like I’m at a level right now where I’ve never really been before so that feels good to me but you know after we’ll see the competition cause no one ever sleeps they’re all improve!”

Seewer’s search for World Championship glory won’t come without a challenge from his highly acclaimed teammate Coldenhoff, who is also motivated to collect more silverware on the podium. “The ultimate goal has always been the same,” said the Dutchman, “I live to win. For sure it’s tough, I mean if you look at the pitch you know it’s very very competitive, but I think the most important thing is to stay consistent, be up there all the time every weekend with one goal, and that’s to win.”

As for the rookie, Renaux quickly became the standard bearer for Yamaha’s strong strategy to develop the next generation of MXGP champions from within its own ranks. The young Frenchman has been with Yamaha for over a decade and won two world titles as he rose to the top of the Yamaha Racing pyramid. “It’s really good to be a factory rider in my rookie season in 450,” he smiles, “I really like the bike and the engine behavior really matches my style, so I can be cleaner and safer and more secure on the bike. I think I’m going to take a big step and I’m going to make a big improvement again this season.”

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