Jack Holder: I was really pissed off

06.10.16
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 Great racing during the last round in Gdańsk got Jack Holder close to the rostrum. Unfortunately, in the additional heat, he was defeated by Robert Lambert and had to settle for the 4th position.

 - Yeah I was pretty pissed off, it was all about the gate that meeting and I got given the outside gates and as soon as I dumped the clutch and my bike went no where I was pretty angry. - Holder summed up the heat for bronze. 

In the pits, Jack was supported by his brother Chris, who had started in the Grand Prix in Toruń the day before. - Yeah, didn't really tell me much after that heat, 'cause he knew I was pissed off. I had a good series, got to the semi finals, and managed to get to a final, but yeah I would love to get a medal, but maybe next year.

Jack Holder also made some words on the organization of individual junior world championship. - Yeah, it was organised well, it was like a GP, which is cool.

 

 

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