This past weekend, record books were re-written as we saw the ‘The Rookie’ Tim Gajser creating history in the world of Motocross. At only 19-years of age, Gajser from Slovenia, became the youngest rider ever to win the MXGP World Championship.
He also became the first rider to win back to back MX2 and MXGP titles. If that was not enough then he even made a new record as being the only rider who has won EMX65cc (2007), EMX85cc (2009), EMX125cc (2012), World 125cc Championship (2012), World MX2 Championship (2015) and MXGP World Championship (2016).
In order to get a deeper look into the life of the Champ, FOX followed Tim throughout the season to capture the key moments of his season and document it in a movie that will be released on Monday, September 19, 2016. In this film, FOX will take you into the life of Gajser and share the story of his path leading to the World Championship.
A special edition book on Gajser’s 2016 MXGP season will also be published in corroboration with Stanley Leroux, which will capture various insights of his road to championship. Only 243 copies of the book will be published and will be distributed amongst the FOX network. Only a few books will be available as a giveaway for the fans. The book is set to release at MXON, 2016.