The 'Game behind the game' video online

(PresseBox) (Bensheim, ) Join Team Suzuki World MXGP and MX2 for an insight of what it is like to prepare for a Motocross Grand Prix weekend in this new video just released by the team. Shot on location at the Trentino MXGP in Italy, it shows the passion and enthusiasm of its team of professional riders and the hard-working people behind them, driving forward the Suzuki Factory effort from Japan; now in the hands of 10-time World Motocross Champion Stefan Everts – the most-successful MX rider of all-time. Get a ‘sneak peek’ into what it’s like behind the scenes during a busy race weekend and follow the riders’ preparation before and during a World MXGP and MX2 event; this one filmed at the spectacular Pietramurata venue. General Manager Everts introduces his young team of RM-Z250-mounted MX2 riders Jeremy Seewer, Hunter Lawrence and Zach Pichon – son of former Suzuki World Champion Mickaël Pichon, who won two world titles for Suzuki and was a strong adversary for Everts - plus MXGP riders; the experienced Kevin Strijbos and his team-mate Arminas Jasikonis, debuting the new 2017 Suzuki RM-Z450WS Factory machine, also talk about preparation, life and their love of the sport and the strong bond with the Suzuki Family. 

To watch the video on Team Suzuki Racing: CLICK HERE 

To watch on Team Suzuki Racing News You Tube Channel: CLICK HERE 

For more stories about Kevin Strijbos, Click Here. For photos, Click Here. 

For more stories about Jeremy Seewer, Click Here. For photos, Click Here. 

For more stories about Arminas Jasikonis, Click Here. For photos, Click Here. 

For more stories about Hunter Lawrence , Click Here. For photos, Click Here. 

For more stories about Zachary Pichon , Click Here. For photos, Click Here. 

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