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SR75 HRS SUZUKI

Thomas Ramette #TR6 Pro Hexis Supercross Round 1

A solid return to racing for TR6 after a few months training and getting reacquainted with his SR75 RM-Z 450 SUZUKI.

Thomas built through the day as he got back into race mode showing all his experience and fitness to make strides during the day and into the night program of the 3 Finals format at Hexis Pro SX.

Final 1 seen TR take a mid pack start and move up to 8th on a particular difficult track to pass on at this high level.

Final 2 and TR improved his start and worked on his speed during the race to take his fastest lap of the race in the latter stages of final 2 to finish’s a solid 6th with a true pro’s performance.

Final 3 and TR started to really build in confidence and speed. He blasted his RM-Z towards the front of the pack from the gate and ran a solid 4th showing his progress and determination to build up his momentum throughout the event…. Unfortunately another rider went for a block pass and took Thomas down to the back of the pack after getting off the floor where a 13th place was the salvage job.

Thomas Ramette
“I have been working and really looking forward to getting back on track and tonight was all about getting the feel for everything again and building speed, getting gate drops and seeing where my pace is at right now. It feels good to get behind the gate on the Suzuki and in the last final I felt like myself and I can see where I want to be. Thanks as always to everyone involved in the team, the race organisers and the fans who come to support us”

Geoff Walker.
“Thomas has been brilliant with his work on and off the bike and we are blessed to have a great crew working with TR in Jerome HRS Hemery and Cyrille ‘Captain’ Coulon. Thomas is a true professional and his building process through this first race of his SX season was smart and solid. We have a brilliant year to look forward to and we can’t wait for the next race. As always thanks to everyone involved in SR75 HRS SUZUKI”