After a determined ride at the MXGP of Latvia last weekend, Evgeny Bobryshev is ready to do battle again this weekend at the MXGP of Germany, round seven of the FIM Motocross World Championship.
The Russian is hopeful that his shoulder will be fine again after his qualifying crash in Latvia that initially left him unsure of whether he’d be able to race. Gritting his teeth though, and with help from the team’s physio, he delivered a sterling ride to defy expectations.
After a few days of rest on the shoulder, #777 is confident of a stronger feeling this weekend and a return to the pace that saw him lead the field in the early stages of last weekend.
The Teutschenthal track marks a return to hard-pack venue that last year was good to Team HRC. Evgeny Bobryshev and Gautier Paulin finished second and third in race one, and Paulin went on to win race two.
The Frenchman will miss the MXGP of Germany this weekend as he continues to ensure he is fully recovered from the training crash at Lommel earlier in the year, targeting a return date when he is fully race-fit.