Surprise return to Lommel for Glenn Coldenhoff

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After weeks out with a knee injury, Glenn Coldenhoff will return this weekend for the one of the toughest races of the season at Lommel.

Limburg is the final European GP round before all teams head to South America for the final 2 races of the year, Glenn will be looking to get back to full speed by the final race of the year which then leads nicely into the MXoN in Latvia on September 28.

This weekend I will start at the GP of Lommel! Its been a while that i’ve been behind the gate, but im happy to be back..: mxstyle #rockstarenergy #suzuki #foxracing #foxeurope #hoff #259

“It will be good to get back in the paddock and racing in Grands Prix again although I would have preferred in slightly better circumstances,” ‘#259’ commented. “I had a small problem last week when I had a ‘high-side’ type of crash and caught my hand around the front brake lever. Nothing was broken but I had to leave the bike to the side for a week.” 

“I’m fit through all the work I did to recover from injury and stay in good shape,” he said. “My race fitness will not be like it was at the beginning of the year but I think with a good start and being able to find a rhythm in the sand I hope I have the pace to be in the top-five in both motos.” 

 

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