Scott Smulders of the Husqvarna SKS Racing NL team has improved himself at the final round of the EMX250 Championship in St. Jean d’Angely in France. Smulders was struggling to find his rhythm but tried to be better as the weekend progressed.
Scott was struggling to find his rhythm on the technical track of St. Jean d’Angely. He qualified himself in 32nd position and took his time to study the track before the first moto.
In the opening moto he didn’t took a good start and started the race in 35th position. Again he couldn’t find his rhythm but he managed to pass some riders in front of him and finished the moto in 28th position.
In the second moto his riding went better and this time he worked himself back up from 35th position to 23rd place. He came behind a group of riders which were fighting for the points but he ran out of time and finished in 23rd place.
The next race for the Husqvarna SKS Racing NL team is the World Championship 85cc in Vantaa in Finland this weekend.