Standing Construct Honda MXGP is delighted to announce that Belgian motocross hero Jeremy Van Horebeek will make a comeback at the ninth round of the FIM Motocross World Championship in Teutschenthal, Germany, stepping in for the injured Pauls Jonass.
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Van Horebeek, a well-known name in motocross, has achieved significant success in his career, having finished within the top five of the FIM Motocross World Championship three times, once in MX2 and twice in MXGP. His most notable achievement was securing the runner-up position in the MXGP category in 2014, a season in which he celebrated 12 podium finishes, including a Grand Prix victory in the Czech Republic.
Despite retiring at the end of 2022, Van Horebeek has maintained his fitness and continued to train regularly, and has accepted the opportunity to challenge his skills against the best in the world until Jonass is fit to return.
The MXGP of Germany is scheduled for July 8th and 9th and will be held at the iconic Teutschenthal circuit.
Tim Mathys – Standing Construct Honda MXGP Team Owner: “We’re delighted to have Jeremy with us until Pauls is fit and ready to return. Although he hasn’t raced since MXoN last year, I am confident he can still perform at this level, and we know he’ll give it his all. We wish Pauls a speedy recovery and we’re grateful to have Jeremy step in.”