The Honda racing team recently declared that they have decided to retain their star rider, Evgeny Bobryshev for the next two seasons. Evgeny Bobryshev, the rider form Kondrovo, Russia, will continue to be a part of the Honda World Motocross team and will race in the upcoming seasons of the FIM MX1 World Championship.Bobryshev is currently injured but he is recovering fast in order to get back on that Honda bike.
As the 2012 season of the FIM MX1 World Championship is underway, a recent announcement made by the team management of the Honda racing team has created a moment of excitement amongst all the fans of MX1 World Championship. Team Honda recently declared that they have retained Evgeny Bobryshev, the 24 years old racer from Kondrovo, Russia, in their pool of talented riders. Evgeny Bobryshev will continue to be a part of the Honda racing team for the next two years and will also ride for the team in the upcoming seasons of the FIM MX1 World Championship. The fans are ecstatic about Bobryshev being a part of the Honda racing team and are eagerly waiting to see him ride the factory built Honda CRF 450R bike in the crux matches of the FIM MX1 World Championship.
Evgeny Bobryshev has an amazing track record in the dirt bike racing arena and probably this is what attracted team Honda towards retaiing him. Bobryshev was the winner of the 2010 British Championship and also finished at the 10th position in the 2010 World MX1 Class Championship. Bobryshev has also been an integral part of the Honda World MX squad since the previous two seasons. Bobryshev, the ace rider from Russia, has made it to the fullest by being associated with the Honda World Motocross squad and this has also helped him a lot in achieving an all-round development in his racing skills. Bobryshev had an amazing run in the German Grand Prix too. During the match at Teutschenthal, Germany, Bobryshev registered victories in both the moto matches and emerged out as the clear winner of that event. The 2011 World MX1 Championship was another special event for Bobryshev in which finished at an impressive fourth position.
The current World MX1 Championship has been tough one so far for Bobryshev as he sustained some injuries after his crash during the first round at Netherland. Bobryshev also suffered from sickness during the rounds held at Brazil and Mexico. Despite of all those factors, Bobryshev’s performance has been top class in all the matches he played for team Honda. Bobryshev’s immense potential and skills compelled the team management of Honda World MX and Honda Europe to retain this brilliant rider for their future quests in the World MX1 Championship’s. Bobryshev too is happy about continuing to be a part of the Honda World Motocross team and is fully focused on recovering quickly so that he can get onto that Honda bike for his team. We hope that he recovers fast and delivers the results of which he is famous for.