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COMRADE ANDO | 27.05.2017

Brad Anderson is off to Russia after all ! A number of interested parties have chipped in to cover the costs and Ando's passport went off to the Russian Embassy yesterday. Arrangements have been made for the Verde KTM to be transported by road with another crew, and indeed the entire series top four will now be going; Jacky Martens confirmed this morning that he has made the crate envisaged for injured son Yentel available to Erik Willems and Kenny van Dueren, so there should now be almost a dozen regulars, plus presumably a couple of Ruskies on 250 smokers.


There will be no Russians in either MXGP or MX2 at Ernee ! Evgeny Bobryshev was eliminated with a dislocated shoulder on Saturday at Teutschenthal and, after struggling all weekend "racing with one arm" Seva Brylyakov has withdrawn to try to get ready for his home GP on June 10/11. Trapped nerves in the right shoulder meant that the DRT teamster was a shadow of his true self in Germany with little feeling in the fingers of his right hand and treatment by a nerve specialist in Moscow, already planned for next week, have been pulled forward. C U hopefully back on the pace at Orylonok.

ANDO AT THE DOUBLE | 21.05.2017

The boy done good ! Brad Anderson posted an emphatic double in the EMX300 opener with victory again this morning in moto two: "I knew Mike Kras would be stronger this morning after they graded the track, and that Italian came across me again at the start, but I caught Mike halfway through and could take command as the track roughened up again. I've got to dedicate this one to Tom Brown; just wish he could have been here." Red plate for the Verde KTM legend, but for how long ? "I'm not going to Russia; I just hope they call it off with only seven riders wanting to go." One of those is Kras !


Ryan Dungey has announced his immediate retirement from racing: "This decision has not been an easy one. I've gone as hard as I can for as long as I can but the reality is that our sport is tough, the seasons are long and it takes a huge amount of sacrifice, hard work and discipline to stay on top. Physically I feel that I'm in the best shape of my life, race craft-wise I'm in the best shape of my life and I have the equipment to win, there's no doubt about that. However, this year I have struggled mentally. I just feel it in my heart that I am ready to step away now happy, healthy and feeling totally blessed. Although I'm taking a step back from racing, I still plan to be involved in the sport. As this chapter of my life comes to a close, I'm excited to see what the next chapter has in store for me." KTM US boss Roger De Coster added: "Ryan will stay involved with our team although it (his role) is not completely defined yet. He has already begun helping Marvin prepare for the Nationals and we are excited to continue our relationship with him." The 27 year old is clearly being groomed to take over the reigns at KTM USA when The Man, now 72, finally calls it a day. Anyone who has seen him take younger teammates under his wing will know he will be a perfect choice.

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