Extract from the Yamaha press release of September 29, 2021 and read: Yamaha on the way to Germany!
“I’m looking forward to this weekend. I like the track; a lot of ruts always happen and they prepare the trail really well. The goal is to stay consistent and get on the podium and score good points. Let’s see from there.
It was Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MX2 team rider Maxime Renaux from France speaking in print, with the 21-year-old now holding a 71-point lead in the World War to win the 2021 FIM MX2 World Championship. Now set to kick off a streak of eight back-to-back Grands Prix starting with Sunday’s MXGP Germany for legendary and legendary Teutschenthal, Renaux hopes and plans to move forward with the same speed, consistency and results. who all added up to make him the standout rider in the MX2 World Conflict. Dating back to the birth of the FIM Motocross World Championship in 1957, the great French motocross nation has won a total of sixteen FIM MX MMX1 / MXGP / 250cc and MX2 and 125cc World Championships. Will Maxime Renaux be the next Frenchman to win an FIM gold medal? To find out more about Yamaha YZ250F rider # 959 and his title, we researched him and Renaux talked about being a man of the world.
Maxime, thank you for taking the time to chat with us because we know you have a big racing weekend ahead of you. The MXGP of Germany will take place on the dense circuit of Teutschenthal from tomorrow. What do you think of the place?
Yeah, that was a really good lead for me. It’s a really nice trail and it’s always very well groomed and has some deep ruts. Yes, it has a nice layout and a good flow, so, yes, I am really looking forward to it. I’m going to try to earn some good points for the championship and increase my lead a bit and take a few more steps towards the championship.
Your results so far in 2021 have been surprisingly consistent. You were sixth in the opening MXGP of the Russian season at the Orlyonok circuit and you placed fourth in the MXGP of the Netherlands at the Oss circuit. In the six other Grands Prix that you entered, you were either first, second or third overall. We understand why you are 71 points ahead in the fight for the MX2 World Championship.
Yeah, it’s been really good and that’s why I’m really happy with my season. I’m pretty consistent now and always push my way forward if I don’t start well or something. With the exception of the first race in Russia where I struggled a bit with an illness that I had to fight my way through, everything went well. I only missed the podium twice. I’m really happy with it. Now we’re trying to make some improvements over the last couple of weeks with my starts so I’m improving and looking to improve on that this weekend.