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Liam shows perseverance in EMX250 Grand Prix Lommel

Empty, that description comes the closest to how Liam felt after two races on this brutal sand track of Lommel! Before the race a lot of eyes, if not all eyes were on him! The Belgian hope for a podium finish in the EMX250 class! The crowds expectations went only up after a great qualification where he was the fastest in Group2. Being the fastest in his group meant that Liam could pick a starting gate as second!In the first heat Liam reacted a bit late when the gate fell. However the youngster kept the gas wide open till deep in the corner and after three corners he was already around sixth place. Sadly, still in the first lap Liam...

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Liam looks forward to EMX250 race in Lommel

We’re two rounds into the EMX250 championship and Liam has shown flashes of brilliances! After a difficult first Grand Prix in Matterley, finishing ninth overall, he excelled at the Dutch EMX250 GP in Oss! In the first heat, a little crash withheld him from a podium place finishing in fifth, in the second heat he lead the pack for almost the entire race just to finish in second! For the third round of the championship, the brutal Belgian sand track of Lommel is knocking at the door! Asking Liam how he’s feeling a few days before his home 250cc European Championship Grand Prix he answered: “I feel good. The last few weeks we made some small changes on the bike....

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Liam Everts' Injury Update

On Monday, Liam met doctor m.d. Claes to get his injuries examined, sustained past Saturday at the EMX125 race in Faenza. Besides the already known injuries, the screening didn’t show any other injuries. On the other hand, we got good news about the other injuries. At second glance the wrist wasn’t dislocated. However Liam broke his right radius, but this does not need any surgery. Liam wears a cast at the moment and his arm will need approximal 6 weeks’ to heal. Meaning that Liam will be unable to contest the Grand Prix in Lommel. Photo: Gino Maes

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Liam Everts gets back on his bike after weeks of COVID-19 Lock-down!

We all dealt, or are still dealing with the effects of the COVID-19 virus. Belgium, most of Europe and even the world went in lockdown but still some of you lost a loved one and others became ill themselves. Some of you lost their job, temporary or otherwise, and some of you had to close your business temporarily because of the ‘Coronavirus’. Due to all these problems the 'SARS-CoV-2' virus created,  some of you saw their household income drastically being reduced. Knowing that hurt us, and it’s obvious that Liam and his family wishes you a lot of strength in the upcoming months to overcome these problems. Luckily there is some light at the end of the tunnel. Slowly but surely...

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