Jeremy Van Horebeek

Spotted and hyped as a teenager Jeremy Van Horebeek celebrated his first Grand Prix success just three seasons into his career.

In 2012, his speed, fitness and experience came together for his most consistent GP term to-date where he finished in the top three in over twenty of the thirty-two motos run that year. In 2013 ‘JVH’ jumped up to the premier class, MXGP, where in his second season, 2014, he was the glistening dark horse onboard a YZ450FM. Twelve podiums, eleven of which in a row with a landmark first MXGP win in the Czech Republic made ‘Jerre’ the 2014 vice World Champion.

A few minor hiccups dropped him back to fifth in ’15, and sixth last season, although before the curtains drew, ‘the Jerre’ demonstrated some new found speed and aggression as a result of training on a YZ250F in preparation for the Motocross of Nations where he rode the wheels off of the smaller bike to win his class on the day. That emphatic performance at the Motocross of Nations gave JVH the boost he needed to breathe new life into his training program and off-season preparation for the 2017 MXGP season, but his success was derailed by a few minor injuries.