Flag Mount For Truck, Motocross: Mount Maunganui racer rides through pain at Motocross of Nations-Rhys Carter Mount Maunganu shook his leg as he introduced New Zealand at the Olympics at Motocross but was not enough to win.
The New Zealand pilot group represented one third of New Zealand’s team. Cody Cooper and Hamish Harwood (KTM), whose headquarters are in Maunganui, formerly Takaka Auckland, carry a kiwi ticket 72nd motocross. The United States last weekend.
The race was very exciting during the two match days and the race point at the Red Bud Circuit in Buchanan, Michigan. Three New Zealand drivers fought in 18 countries instead of 18.
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The New Zealand team received Cody Cooper from Mount Maunganu under the name MXGP Class Rider. He ended 11 and 32 on both trips. Harwood, MX2 (250cc) driver, first had to withdraw from his two races with his overheated engine, but returned to the next race and completed the 38th and early 29th. The car crashed on Sunday morning and got serious bruising in her feet. Despite being spoiled, he refused to give up and rose to afternoon races to avoid points.
If it did not start, Carter would have charged the maximum price. He ended the course to earn valuable points for his team. Their positions 37 and 35 were sufficient to prepare New Zealand from other qualified countries.
New Zealand’s joint leader, Good Bevan, said New Zealand is very proud of what the team has done and the courage Carter was impressive.
“When Rhys [Carter] fell and injured in his legs, blood vessels blew or mouth guard was completed, ran and ran several points, but both races ended.
“We can do better, but each person’s dedication and dedication are flawless and the work [Shared Administrator] Shayne King was huge, and the US loaned us a David Eller Tape Box, was a week and was a real Kiwi”.
Next year, the Motocross of Nations is preparing for Dutch road racing in Assen.