SR75 Suzuki's Charles Le Francois bagged a podium finish at the Supercross de La Tremblade, finishing third on his RM-Z450.
It was a busy weekend for SR75 World Team Suzuki's Charles LeFrancois, with Pro Hexis Supercross action on Saturday immediately followed by the MX JHE Event on Sunday.
The SR75 Suzuki World Team swapped supercross for motocross at the weekend, and took victory at Canada Heights in the MX Nationals Championship with Luke Oldfield. The team was also campaigning on two fronts over the weekend, with Charles Le Francois in action in the French Elite MX1 Pro Championship Finale.
It’s hard to pick one word to describe the SR75 World Team Suzuki outfit, but on the shortlist is definitely busy. The multiple Arenacross Championship-winning team was again in action for the UK’s indoor series at the start of the year, and since then hasn’t come close to slowing down.
SR75 Suzuki were crowned the 2019 Arenacross team champions at the weekend, with the series concluding at the sixth and final round in Sheffield on Saturday night.
SR75 Suzuki's Charles Lefrancois took a break from Arenacross competition at the weekend to win one of Europe's biggest supercross titles, when he was crowed King of Herning in Denmark.
The SR75 World Suzuki team notched up more Arenacross podiums at the weekend, with back-to-back nights of action at Birmingham’s Resorts World arena.
SR75 World Team Suzuki left Belfast battered and bruised this weekend, but head back to the mainland after two nights of Arenacross racing with seven podium finishes and second in the Pro 450 championship.
SR75 World Team Suzuki will kick off the 2019 Arenacross UK championship this weekend, when the series gets underway at Belfast’s SSE arena on Friday 18 January, with the second round taking place at the same venue a day later.
Yoshimura Suzuki has announced that two-time 450 Supercross Champion Chad Reed will join the team for the 2019 series, that gets underway on January 5.
Evgeny Bobryshev took the new RM-Z450 to the British MX1 title in its debut year of competition. Yet, riding for the Lombard Express Suzuki team, it was still a season that presented a number of challenges alongside the success. He stopped by Motorcycle Live last month and we asked him about the year.
Following an impressive outing at Weston beach race, David Knight and SR75 Suzuki continued to improve their form with a hard earned second place at Skegness beach race at the weekend.