Applications Now Open For Team Australia At 2019 MXoN

Author: Media/Thursday, July 11, 2019/Categories: State News


 

2018 MXoN Shot Hunter Lawrence


Home to both the 2017 and 2018 FIM Motocross World Championships (MXGP), Assen, Netherlands will play host to the year’s edition of the Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations (MXoN). Commencing on 28th September, Motorcycling Australia (MA) is now calling for all interested competitors to submit their applications to join Team Australia.

Heralded as the biggest Motocross race in the world, the 2018 MXoN saw Team Australia finish in fourth overall behind France, the Netherlands and Great Britain. The impressive feat undertaken by Team Australia saw Hunter Lawrence (MX2) finish second in Race 2 and an eighth-place rostrum in Race 1, as well as Mitch Evans (Open) who clocked in 10th and 14th place finishes over the two days.

2019 will see Team Australia return stronger than ever, with a fire to secure their spot on the podium. To find out more about the upcoming event, please click here.
There are three classes available for riders to nominate for: MX1, MX2 and Open. Riders are advised that they can nominate for more than one class. Applications must be submitted by no later than COB Friday 26th July.



If you’re interested in donning the green and gold for the land “down under”, please click here for the application form.

It is anticipated that the selected team members will be away for approximately seven days, with final details to be confirmed at a later date.

For further enquiries regarding applications, please contact MA’s Off-Road Event Manager, Matthew Falvo via offroad@ma.org.au.

For further information and updates on Motocross (MX) and Team Australia’s trip to the Netherlands in September, be sure to check out ma.org.au, as well as MA’s Facebook and Instagram.

Image courtesy ofFIM /Nuno Laranjeira.



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