Tim Gajser 243

Since the end of 2013 when 'Tiga 243' was picked up by Honda and Giacomo Gariboldi’s eponymous outfit, the rise of Gajser has been meteoric. His flamboyant style mixed with his otherworldly ability to scrub has won him fans and fame across the world as well as a string of European and World Championships, becoming Honda's first back-to-back World Champion in the MXGP era at just 19 years old, and then being crowned World MXGP champion once again in 2019 when he broke numerous records on his way to a third world title. He continued breaking records in 2020 as he won his fourth world title for Honda, also moving clear at the top of the GP overall wins list for Honda with 29 victories. He added four more victories in 2021, but he wasn’t able to add to his title count, and will head into 2022 looking to once again be crowned MXGP champion.

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Ruben Fernandez 70

Moving under the Team HRC awning is the culmination of many years of hard work for Ruben Fernandez. Working his way through the European and World Championship pyramid, the Spanish rider has consistently got better year on year and now he’s reached the very pinnacle of motocross, where he hopes to improve even further and start challenging for the highest honours in the sport.

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