David Herbreteau piloted an F&H Kawasaki in the FIM Motocross World Championship this season, but then parted ways with the team after sustaining a shoulder injury in August. Now, two months on, Herbreteau has made his plans for next year public, as he'll be piloting an VHR KTM in the MX2 division.
"Proud to announce that I will ride for VHR KTM in GP for the 2018 season," Herbreteau wrote on his social media account. "Massive thanks to @DClement36, Robert Jonas and Bruno Verheaghe who made it happen. That’s unreal. Happy to ride with the strongest brand in the paddock. We are working to be on on the top next season. Working and fun gonna be the key. Give a special thanks to these three guys for trusting in me."
A tenth was the best moto finish that David Herbreteau acquired this year. ‘338' managed to do that on two occasions.
Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: Sean Ogden