Hunter Lawrence! Pretty sure during the 2015 MX Junior World Championship in Madrid, Spain.
Bringin back the Jorge Zaragoza topic. He is currently riding for Yamaha Ausio which is a Spaniard team with experience in the World Championship but nothing to serious about good results. After Jorge Zaragoza, probably their biggest name on the team has been Kiara Fontanesi who raced the Valkenswaard MX2 GP.
Yes Krossboy, he rode 2 years for Honda Gariboldi in the MX2 class. He got bad luck with the injuries and his results weren't there for being in a Factory Team. In his first year in the Team if I'm not mistaken, he was Tim Gasjer's team mate. Tim won the World Championship that year but in Jorge's secong year in the team, he had David Herbreteau #338 as a team mate. Two very young talented guys. Honda came from winning the World Championship to almost not having top results so they both got out of the team. Jorge Zaragoza got interviewed about it and said that "Honda Team Manager just wants results as quickly as posible". Thinking about it, he had two of the most talented youngters in the European scene and didn't work with them in a lorng term. They are diamonds that are not polished yet. In this season, we are seeing something similar with that team. After Cervellin got injured, Honda is changing riders every two races to see who is the appropiate one to ride the machine in 2018.
About Zaragoza, he is probably the most talented rider Spain has ever had after Prado. Or maybe equal. JZ#99 is one of those riders that makes a price ticket well worth it. Doesn't matter if the race is boring or not, you will fall in love just by seeing him ride. His style on the bike is just amazing. Very smooth but sometimes getting crazy in the jumps. Bad thing about the 21 year old, is that he has always been unlucky with the injuries. Since the 85 days, he has been in great teams. In his 85 days he was in the same Suzuki team Ken Roczen was. He got a 2nd place in the European Championship. Once he stepped up to the 125, he rode for the Rockstar Energy Suzuki Team. He made a couple EMX250 races I believe. Then he switched to BUD Racing Kawasaki to race the EMX250 Championship were he got an overall win in the first round in Sevlievo. Same as he did for Suzuki in the EUMX125. He made his MX2 debut with BUD Racing in Saint Jean D'Angely. With all these teams, he showed everyone he is super talented by getting overall wins and great results but he also showed that he is super fragile with injuries. We can maybe compare him to Trey Canard. After all these years in the European scene, his last big team has been Honda Gariboldi.
He is very good on a bike, but injuries killed him. Now, if I am not mistaken, he is about to have a child.
2:14 BUD Racing 2014 Team Presentation
Training on a RM125
He was about to win the European 85cc Championship but an injury in his shoulder made him drop to 2nd in the points standings. Arminas Jasikonis or Davy Pootjes were in the TOP 10.
When he won the Overall in Sevlievo, EMX125 Championship.
BUD Racing Kawasaki - European Championship. I think he got 2nd in the first round just behind Pauls Jonass.