Tim Gajser; Being a champion, off the track

Tim Gajser; Being a champion, off the track

While the period of time between October and February is considered the ‘off season’ by the MXGP industry, Team HRC’s Tim Gajser has still been busy travelling around the world, attending events that honour his now five world championship successes.
First up was the EICMA show in Milan, Italy where there a lot public came to meet their hero and get autographs and selfies with the 2022 MXGP champion.
From Milan, it was back to his home country, where Gajser was presented with the Golden Order of Merit from the president of Slovenia.
This is an award that is only given to the very top level of people in their chosen field, and it is the first time a motocross rider has been recognised with such an honour.
A couple of weeks later and the motocross champion was flying halfway round the world to Motegi, Japan, in order to meet up with fellow Honda riders and drivers at the special Honda Thanks Day.
This is an event where Tim was joined by many athletes who use Honda machinery, to join together and say thank you to the people who work so tirelessly behind the scenes in Japan in their various roles.
After the Thanks Day celebration, Gajser was then given a special tour of the Kumamoto Factory of Honda, where they build the Honda CRF which he has now won five-world championships on-board.
Finally, after returning from Japan, it was back across the border to Rimini in Italy for the FIM Awards ceremony this past weekend, where every champion under the FIM umbrella is celebrated.

MXGP – Honda Racing Corporation

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