After four successful seasons in MX2 where he led a total of 110 laps, won a total of fourteen races, including Qualifying Races, 5 overall Grand Prix wins, and 26 podium finishes, Jeremy Seewer stepped up to the premier class in 2018 where he delivered a strong rookie season to end the year in eighth place.
After proving his potential, the two-time MX2 World Championship runner-up traded his trusty YZ450F for a works YZ450FM and made an enormous improvement in his riding and race craft, evidenced by six MXGP podium appearances in 2019 on his way to finishing second overall in the 2019 MXGP World Championship classification.
In 2020, Seewer celebrated his first ever Grand Prix win, and uncorked seven bottles of podium champagne on his way to a fourth World Championship silver medal.
Seewer’s 2021 season was curtailed by illness, however, the 27-year-old Swiss star managed to bounce-back at the end of the season, proving his true potential with a Grand Prix win at 16th round of the series in Pietramurata, Italy.
Going into 2022, the number ‘91’ will enter his fifth season with Yamaha and fourth with the Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team where he remains determined to challenge the crown.