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The first title decider of the Assen weekend will be early tomorrow morning in Honda's 150 Euro Cup. Just two points separate Finnish teenager Emil Weckman and Jack Bintcliffe from Boroughbridge prior to racing. May the best boy win ... and mentor Gordon Crockard maintain his record as the most successful team manager in the history of motocross :D
Monster Energy and Yamaha will be back together next year after the energy drinks giant signed a three-year deal with the Japanese factory to revive a partnership which ran previously from 2008 to 2012. The factory Yamas will retain their current graphics for the remainder of this season, but MXGP leader Romain Febvre and teammate Jeremy Van Horebeek will already wear Monster helmets this weekend at Assen.
Max Anstie remains unbeaten bar the Loket crash moto through the last two months after another two wins on race day at the GP of Lombardia. The 50 point maximum has hauled the Brit from 7th to 3rd in the table, but hzer still desperately needs somewone else to start taking points off Pauls Jonass and Tim Gajser after the teenagers shared 2-3 motos. With three GPs remaining the Latvian leads the Slovenian by 4 with Max a further 34 back. Oh, those 25 points cast away at Loket ..... :(