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Evgeny Bobryshev Interview

Evgeny Bobryshev has had a good year onboard the FC450 Husqvarna machine for the Par Homes RFX Racing Team competing in the UK and at GP’s.

With the Michelin MX Nationals 2020 season concluded we caught up with Evgeny to see how things are following FatCat Moto Parc but also catching up following the big crash he had at Mantova the other week.

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Firstly how are you doing now following the big off at Mantova last week. That was a huge crash!

Im doing good now since my crash, I was lucky to have just bruises after crash like that. 

Qualifying you was on fire with your riding around FatCat Moto Parc circuit. You qualified P2 with a time of 1:58.667. How did you feel with qualifying?

About qualifying , it was tricky to push for 1 lap as the track was quiet rutty already, I made few mistakes on that lap but i felt under control.

First moto the pace was there with you ending the moto in second place following some close battles with Tommy and Martin. What are your thoughts on the opening moto and was there anything you would like to have changed for the moto?

1st moto I had a good start and went straight to leading the race, but unfortunately I got bad arm pump which stop my speed , so I had to slow down to finish the race.

Second moto, well what can we say our hearts sank when the bike gave up 11 minutes into the moto. Can you tell us what happened here?

2 moto not much about it, I had again good start and straight into the lead, than on 3rd lap I lost engine power , I went slow on the bike hoping to finish the race and to get overall win of the day but it didn’t happen and engine stoped.

Now with the 2020 Championship over the Michelin MX Nationals, you finished up 4th overall in the MX1 class just five points behind Brent Van Doninck. How do you feel about this result?

To be honest I was told I finished 3th in the Champ, but when I saw the result I was not happy.

This weekend is the MXGP of Spain, how are you feeling ahead of this and can you give us a bit of run-down of what you do to prepare for the GP’s?

We not going to the GP of Spain. My next races will be in Lommel and Italy. This week I planed to do some testing for my body but not riding bike, only  next week we will do some testing for the bike and prepare for sand race.

Lead Photo Credit – MX Nationals/Elliott Spencer

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