Tim Gajser is ready for another season at the top level of the Motocross World Championship. The Honda rider finished the 2021 season in third place and was one of three riders in a long-unseen title fight. Focusing on the upcoming championship, Gajser seeks revenge for his result and enters the title fight from the first second.
“I feel really good going into this 2022 season. Obviously last year didn’t end the way I wanted since I finished third in the championship, which is still good, but it’s not isn’t my goal. I’ve had a lot of good times, and those are the things that I’m focusing on and leaning on this offseason. We haven’t had a lot of time to disconnect and we relax, so it’s been tough, but I feel fit and healthy and ready to fight for the championship.the runner said in a statement.
In order to be in the best possible physical condition, the #243 will offer to finish its pre-season races in Italy: ‘I’ll be racing the Italian races to give me some warm up gate jumps, but I know the real racing starts at Matterley Basin in less than a month. There are plenty of familiar tracks on the schedule, and I’m confident I can maintain a high level of performance and put the Honda CRF450R on the podium all season long.‘
Finally, the Slovenian runner hopes that the longed-for normality will indeed be back in 2022: ‘Hopefully we can get into a regular routine and the schedule stays the same, and the fans can come and support us at all rounds, because it makes such a big difference.‘