Brendan Fairclough and Neko Mulally
The crew in Leogang was listening to the world cup riders feedback and provided some very interesting changes to the track that made the race more exciting than ever before. Tricky root sections mixed with high speeds and jumps got the athletes and the spectators excited.
Neko in one of the new sections
Brendan Fairclough was on a high all week, amazing the spectators with his speed through the technical sections. His race run was hard on the limit and brought him 11th place, which also puts him in 11th in the overall world cup.
Neko is finding his way back to his speed he had at the qualifier at the first world cup in Lourdes, where he placed 4th. After a couple of crashes during the last weeks, he’s not back with a 21st place and ready let it flow at the next round in Lenzerheide, Switzerland.
If you want to see what the riders had to go through, take a ride with Team Manager Claudio Caluori during his POV run before practice started.
Claudio gets loose in Leogang on Red Bull TV
Brendan is now already launching new products with Scott in Massa Marittima, Italy, while the rest of the team is at the inauguration of the Velosolutions Pumptrack in Grenchen.
On the road with Gstaad-Scott on Red Bull TV
In a couple of weeks we’re back at the world cup, at a new venue in Lenzerheide, Switzerland, which the whole scene is looking forward to.
Come back to Gstaad-Scott in a few days for the team video from the world cups in Scotland and Austria!
Go see more of Sven Martins and Bartek Wolińskis photos here!