Ken Roczen back in the FIM motocross World Championship
By Marionna Leiva | 30 Jul 2012
This weekend Ken Roczen has publicly announced that he will be back racing the FIM Motocross World Championship. The 2011 MX2 World Champion will race the last MXGP of the season in front of his home crowd at Teutschenthal, Germany, during the 23rd September weekend.
After being proclaimed the MX2 World Champion in 2011, Ken Roczen decided to move to the USA to live his American dream and he had a solid debut in the Supercross series, finishing second of the Lites East Coast, behind Justin Barcia. This weekend he took part in the ADAC MX Masters-Laufes in Gaildorf where he confirmed that he will be racing the last Grand Prix of the FIM Motocross World Championship, as he had promised before moving to the USA.
It is going to be a unique opportunity to see again Ken Roczen fighting among the best motocross riders in the World, so safe the 23rd weekend to go to Teutschenthal, Germany. Besides, Teutschenthal, a part from hosting the MX1 and MX2 World Championship, will also be the scenario for the last rounds of the MX3 and WMX World Championships.
Photo: Ken Roczen - copyright: Hoppenworld.com
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