The JWR Report: MXoN

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JWR Yamaha Racing were present in the pits at the 2019 Motocross of Nations this past weekend. It was a very eventful weekend, as Anton Gole represented Team Sweden and Vsevolod Brylyakov led Team Russia into action. The event was run in front of the 74,000 fans at the Assen TT Circuit in The Netherlands.

Vsevolod Brylyakov was extremely quick on the rugged sand circuit, but poor luck beset him and his Russian teammates. The riders consequently failed to qualify for the main races and had to watch from the sidelines on Sunday afternoon. Anton Gole had better luck, as a fifteenth in the Open qualifying heat helped Sweden transfer to the main races in eleventh. When Gole lined up for his first race on Sunday – a race that included MX2 and Open riders – conditions had deteriorated significantly. He still showed good speed en route to a twenty-third.

Anton Gole was having another incredible ride in the last race, as he was running in eighteenth in the mixed classification. The power-sapping conditions caused him to run out of fuel with just over a lap to go though and therefore he did not quite reach the chequered flag. Gole still secured eleventh in the individual Open classification and helped Team Sweden claim fourteenth in the final classification. Both of his finishes were counted in their final points haul.

The 2019 Motocross of Nations marked the end of an exciting term for the JWR Yamaha Racing squad. The Swedish team tackled the full FIM Motocross World Championship for the first time and plan to make more progress in 2020. The plans that the team have in place will be announced in due course.

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