At the end of 2014 Jeremy Van Horebeek was cresting a wave of success. The Belgian was runner-up in the world with twelve podiums in MXGP and his first win in the premier class. 2015 was a turnaround and a troubled campaign with ‘89’ struggling with the weight of expectation and a rookie teammate on the works YZ450FM that would go on to take the title. 2016 is then a year of reestablishment for one of Belgium’s brightest hopes in Grand Prix motocross. In his third year with Yamaha and currently sitting fourth in the standings it was time to check on ‘JVH’s progress and how he buried a harsh career blip…Jeremy, 2016 is about trying to find a way back to the peak of MXGP. Happy so far? I’m really happy at the moment and I feel well. After last year I re-grouped and I have my life back on-point. It is the best feeling – to enjoy racing again – and to go out every time and not be bored with it. Last year I was ‘over’ racing, riding, training, everything. I just wanted to do something else like spending time with friends and try to get a clear mind for another season. It feels good to be so fit and now I just want to race.