Successful opening ESBK round at Jerez for Harry

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The first round of the Spanish Superbike Championship was held at Jerez last weekend, and Aussie youngster Harry Khouri was properly in the mix.

Harry made his return from injury following almost a month of paralysis in his hand following serious arm injuries that required major surgery during the off-season. He had more than three months off the bike and thus missed out on most pre-season preparations ahead of the opening round of the ESBK Supersport 600 Championship.

Despite the lack of riding in the lead-up to the season opener, Harry recorded very creditable 7th and 6th position results in a field of 30 competitors.

Harry Khouri

“It was a good weekend and a great start to the year. To have my two best finishes in the class with P7 and P6, I am happy with the progress we have made over the weekend and with the short pre-season that we had due to my injuries. After a positive test a few weeks before the round we still didn’t know 100 per cent how the race weekend was going to be and how my arm was going to cope over the race distance. I still have a lot of work and a lot of things to improve, but I’m happy with how the season has started. A couple of months off now, but I’m looking forward to more in Valencia. Thanks to my team and everyone involved.”


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