For the coming season, Red Bull IceOne Husqvarna Factory Racing will again represent the brand in the MXGP category with Wilvo Nestaan Husqvarna Factory Racing contesting the MX2 class.
At 26 years of age, Nagl has been one of the top performing riders in MXGP since 2008 and will be Husqvarnaís main hope to deliver winning results and championship success in 2015. Runner-up in the 2009 MX1 series and a winning member of Germanyís Motocross of Nations team in 2012, Nagl also claimed five MXGP race wins in 2014. Agreeing a two-year contract Max will compete on the FC 450.
Remaining with Husqvarna for 2015, Waters will put an injury hit 2014 season behind him. Arriving in Europe to compete in his first MXGP season with IceOne Racing, the 24-year-old Australian showed great promise during the opening rounds of the series. Scoring a sixth place result at the GP of Thailand and regularly placing inside the top 10, Todd was one of the top performing rookies of the series. In 2015 Waters is focused on making amends for his misfortune. Heíll also compete on the FC 450.
Adding a third rider to the fold, Great Britainís 20-year-old Nathan Watson will compete in the MXGP class at all European rounds of the series.
Todd Waters: ďIím excited for 2015. Itís my opportunity to set things right from this season. Although 2014 started out very positively things just didnít go to plan when I suffered some serious injuries to my leg, hip and collarbone. But getting back on a bike as allowed me to put all that bad luck behind me and focus on whatís ahead. I feel like Iíve got a tight bond with the team, I feel settled in Europe and no longer have any nerves entering the races. My goals for 2015 are simple. I want to be at the front of the pack, running inside the top five and pushing for the podium. With IceOne Racing and Husqvarna these results are possible.Ē
Check out a clip of Todd Waters in action nd his thoughts on 2015 here