Dylan Wright 2023?

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9/2/2022 1:26pm Edited Date/Time 9/2/2022 2:47pm
After winning another title in Canada, what’s up next for him?

At the end off last year when he did a few MXGP races he showed interest in doing a season there as he was pretty competitive in those few rounds he did.

Would love to see a guy like Wright come over and give it a shot.
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9/2/2022 2:38pm
The Europeans teams are very conservative in giving a rider they don't know a chance... But Dylan Wright is without a doubt a MXGP worthy rider.
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9/2/2022 2:48pm
I think he was getting married and possibly getting his knee fixed. I don't think a Canadian has ever raced a full MXGP season so it would be awesome if he can find a ride.
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I think he was getting married and possibly getting his knee fixed. I don't think a Canadian has ever raced a full MXGP season so it...
I think he was getting married and possibly getting his knee fixed. I don't think a Canadian has ever raced a full MXGP season so it would be awesome if he can find a ride.
With a few very young Canadians in the MX2 Canadian championship going from 16 to 14, I would take the gamble to give him a shot in the EMX250 at least. Than you have a bench mark as European team, than you know how strong the Canadian championship is.
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9/2/2022 3:05pm Edited Date/Time 9/2/2022 3:56pm
I’d bet money he’ll end up racing the GP’s on a decent team. He deserves a shot !! Wink
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9/2/2022 3:42pm
langhammx wrote:
I’d bet money he’ll end up racing the GP’s on a decent team. He deserves a shot !! Wink
Not sure we want a team that's descending. How about one that's on the rise? Just kidding!
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9/2/2022 3:56pm
Not sure we want a team that's descending. How about one that's on the rise? Just kidding!
*fixed it. I was up way to early this morning. Tongue
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9/2/2022 4:10pm
Dylan speaking French fluently should add some value as well you would hope.
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9/3/2022 12:57am
MXMattii wrote:
The Europeans teams are very conservative in giving a rider they don't know a chance... But Dylan Wright is without a doubt a MXGP worthy rider.
He is not completely unknown as he put some good rides in last year.
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9/3/2022 9:15am
I think he was getting married and possibly getting his knee fixed. I don't think a Canadian has ever raced a full MXGP season so it...
I think he was getting married and possibly getting his knee fixed. I don't think a Canadian has ever raced a full MXGP season so it would be awesome if he can find a ride.
MXMattii wrote:
With a few very young Canadians in the MX2 Canadian championship going from 16 to 14, I would take the gamble to give him a shot...
With a few very young Canadians in the MX2 Canadian championship going from 16 to 14, I would take the gamble to give him a shot in the EMX250 at least. Than you have a bench mark as European team, than you know how strong the Canadian championship is.
Dylan is much better 450 rider than 250 . They should be looking at young Ryder McNabb for a EMX spot .
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9/4/2022 9:32pm
lestat wrote:
Dylan is much better 450 rider than 250 . They should be looking at young Ryder McNabb for a EMX spot .
Ryder mcnabb is riding for phoenix honda in america next year
9/4/2022 10:54pm
lestat wrote:
Dylan is much better 450 rider than 250 . They should be looking at young Ryder McNabb for a EMX spot .
Ryder mcnabb is riding for phoenix honda in america next year
For the year or just 250 E or W?
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9/5/2022 8:52pm
I think he was getting married and possibly getting his knee fixed. I don't think a Canadian has ever raced a full MXGP season so it...
I think he was getting married and possibly getting his knee fixed. I don't think a Canadian has ever raced a full MXGP season so it would be awesome if he can find a ride.
MXMattii wrote:
With a few very young Canadians in the MX2 Canadian championship going from 16 to 14, I would take the gamble to give him a shot...
With a few very young Canadians in the MX2 Canadian championship going from 16 to 14, I would take the gamble to give him a shot in the EMX250 at least. Than you have a bench mark as European team, than you know how strong the Canadian championship is.
lestat wrote:
Dylan is much better 450 rider than 250 . They should be looking at young Ryder McNabb for a EMX spot .
Wright is a tall lanky rider, too big for 250. Definitely a 450 rider.
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9/6/2022 12:16pm Edited Date/Time 9/6/2022 12:16pm
lestat wrote:
Dylan is much better 450 rider than 250 . They should be looking at young Ryder McNabb for a EMX spot .
Ryder mcnabb is riding for phoenix honda in america next year
For the year or just 250 E or W?
Amateur for a year, then Pro. He is only 16
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