New team for Brian Hsu

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10/29/2017 3:01 PM

http://www.mx2k.com/fr/actualite/mx-france/monster-bud-kawasaki-racing-la-composition-du-team-2018.html

I know his star has fallen since his Suzuki exit, but I think BUD is a better supported team than the Mauer outfit he was with this year so hopefully this move can get his career back on track.

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10/29/2017 3:05 PM

Is he racing the MX2 championship or EMX class? And i know some bud racing guys have raced some of the west coast sx rounds, i wonder if he will do the same?

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10/29/2017 3:06 PM

Anyways thats good for him, this is a better team then the husky team he was on IMO. Hopefully he can get back up to par, because it seemed like he was supposed to be a cant miss kid.

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10/29/2017 3:20 PM

mxjon454 wrote:

Is he racing the MX2 championship or EMX class? And i know some bud racing guys have raced some of the west coast sx rounds, i wonder if he will do the same?

From the article, same to what he did this year at Mauer, MX2 championship but European rounds only.

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10/29/2017 4:11 PM
Edited Date/Time: 10/30/2017 5:56 AM

I think he should try to ride some Supercross in the USA before his races in Europe. He has good SX technique and intelligent riding.

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10/30/2017 4:56 AM
Edited Date/Time: 10/30/2017 5:01 AM

Sounds great for him.
With the right support and a little bit of luck (or a little bit less bad luck), he can still turn his career around. He's a great rider

Anybody know if he's gonna do some euro supercrosses this year?
I guess the team is doing a couple at least with Moreau

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10/30/2017 5:09 AM

crusty_xx wrote:

Sounds great for him.
With the right support and a little bit of luck (or a little bit less bad luck), he can still turn his career around. He's a great rider

Anybody know if he's gonna do some euro supercrosses this year?
I guess the team is doing a couple at least with Moreau

I believe he raced the SX tours series in France a few years ago along with the EURO sx races, now that he is with a French team wouldn't surprise me if he does that again. He looked pretty good on the sx race i saw him do (Lille sx)

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10/30/2017 6:08 AM

SX races in Europe are nothing compared to the USA, if he really want to have a strong momentum in his sports career, he will try to go to USA to ride some SX and try to get a good result with which it will be focus of many eyes of the MX industry.Photo

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10/30/2017 6:15 AM

ruy wrote:

SX races in Europe are nothing compared to the USA, if he really want to have a strong momentum in his sports career, he will try to go to USA to ride some SX and try to get a good result with which it will be focus of many eyes of the MX industry.Photo

That should be possible with the support of Bud racing. Maybe a round or two

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10/30/2017 6:20 AM

While the tracks are smaller, more AX-like, the French SX series is no cake walk and those guys are really fast and good. As good if not as fast as our US AX series

The German SX series is full of Frenchmen, so it too can be just as competitive.

Don't dismiss the speed and talent of these guys over there. When our big name American's go over there, they don't necessarily smoke all the euros.

This is coming from a guy who's been to many German and French SX series races

There are some French guys who if they tried and trained, could be competitive in AMA SX....The reason they don't is because they make more at home and they're not as fast in the outdoors, they're SX specialists

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10/30/2017 6:25 AM

I recall the video from about a year ago and I still think it is pretty cool.

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I don't trust any "Joined Date" later than 2012

10/30/2017 6:35 AM

The best part in this is the fact that he will be able to do west coast SX races with BUD.

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