This year, Klemen Gerčar competed in a dual role for the first year, as a racer and also as a team leader, which put him in front of new challenges. And he will follow suit next season, where he will race again in the strongest motocross class MXGP, and the 62 Motosport team is promised some more changes. Last season, Klemen competed in the European MXGP races, where he collected 23 points and in the end won a total of 33rd place among 75 ranked motorcyclists. “This year I took a new step forward in my career, in addition to racing, I put my own team on its feet, together with my colleagues, switched to a Husqvarna motorcycle and learned a lot of things. It wasn’t easy, but I didn’t give up because I know that any season like this can bring us a lot of good in the future. I am happy to work with my sponsors who believe
Motocross rider Klemen Gerčar, who started this season with a new motorcycle and his own 62 Motosport team, started the 2015 season in the best possible way. In the qualifiers, he had some bad luck with the starting ramp, which did not go down completely, and, like a few other motocross riders, he got stuck at the starting point, but then from the background he made excellent progress to a good starting position, which he then paid off at the race. “In both races I led from the start to the finish, I dictated a good pace, in the first run some competitors followed me a bit, but then I stepped up the pace and safely reached the finish line in the first place. In the second run, however, I attacked right from the start and
Klemen Gerčar, a 24-year-old motocross rider from Lukovica and a good acquaintance of the world motocross scene, has made a big step forward for the 2015 season. He will enter the new season with many novelties, including his new team 62 Motosport, he started working with motocross legend Harry Everts, a four-time world champion, and above all he will be riding a new husqvarna motorcycle this year. Thus, Klemen founded his own team called 62 Motosport, with which he will compete this year in the MXGP class, which is the pinnacle of motocross racing, as well as in races in Germany, of course in Slovenia and some other races. “We have amassed a total of 28 races so far this season. I will miss the races in the MXGP, which are scheduled outside Europe, because they represent a huge financial burden, "he said.
Klemen Gerčar, last year's world champion of the MX3 series, has created his motocross team 62 MotorSport, which will compete in all European competitions of the World Motocross Championship, as well as in the ADAC Championship, which takes place on Slovenian and German tracks. Klemen will perform under the watchful eye of one of the best coaches of the sport, Harry Everts. Despite numerous offers, Gerčar joined forces with Husqvarna, which supported him in creating his own team, which is also the first Slovenian team in history to compete in the FIM World Championship and the MXGP series. According to Gerčar, his own team should bring at least three advantages. One is to save a lot of time when there is no need to coordinate plans with another team, and at the same time you have instant access to the workshop, engines and spare parts. The weakness is the strain