A new face will join Simpson and Tonus beneath the awning this year, as an MX2 graduate and five-time Grand Prix winner has decided that a move to Wilvo Yamaha MXGP will help him reach the next level. Jeremy Seewer, who narrowly missed out on a world title in 2017, will pilot a YZ450F in the premier division for the first time, but has already proven that he is capable of great things aboard the bigger bike.
The youngest Wilvo Yamaha rider started his career in 2011 in the European Championships. In 2014, the Swiss joined the MX2 FIM World Championship for the first time and ended in 10th place. Jeremy Seewer improved himself every year in the MX2 class. This led to becoming MX2 vice world champion in both 2016 and 2017. Over the past years, our vice world champion has become an established value in the Swiss team for the MXoN.
Just as his team mate, Arnaud Tonus, Jeremy Seewer prefers the hard and fast tracks. His favourite track is Matterley Bassin in the UK.
For the 2018 season, our MXGP rookie is ready for the next step!
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