Unlucky week end for Supermoto World Champion Adrien Chareyre. The young rider took part to Munich Supermoto indoor race to be scheduled at Supercross event.
While racing, Adrien was included in a group crash at the end of a fast track line right before the begin of the dirt part of the track. The French rider was injured to his left elbow and will undergo to an operation in these days. Adri will then have to recover for at least 2 months.
To the Indoor competition two other new Husky riders were in the race: Jurgen Kunzel and Marco Hermunen, both to be part of the Zupin Supermoto Team. Kunzel will race in the German Championship together with the Finnish team mate Hermunen, who will aslo take part to some World Championship rounds.The Munich Supercross also hosted the second round of Enduro Indoor World Cup. Bad luck stroke back as the two Husqvarna rider in the competition, Bartosz Oblucki and Sebastien Guillaume, did not succeed in qualifying for the final race.
Guillaume did not feel at ease on the hard indoor circuit and finished on second place (fist of the excluded riders) the recover heat. It would have been a better week end for Polish rider Bartosz Oblucki who leaded the recover race until 50 metres from arrival. Unfortunately Bartosz fell in the hardest spot of the track loosing any chance to compete for the podium.
Delepine and Thomas Chareyre at Bologna Motor Show,while half of the Husqvarna teams riders were in Germany, some other stayed in Italy for the Supermoto race scheduled at Bologna Motor Show. 2007 World Champion Gerald Delepine and French Champion Thomas Chareyre got the 4th and 5th place in the final classification.
Gerald had some hard time, after starting on first place in the final race, but then loosing places due to the particularly difficult track that made him fell down and start again a few times. The Belgian rider then got the 4th place right behind first placed Stefan Everts, Yves De Maria and Eddie Seel.