Never one to beat around the bush, Australia’s Matt Phillips offers a candid insight into his new Sherco deal and the prospect of winning a third world enduro title.
Since his debut in the Enduro World Championship (EWC) in 2013 at the tender age of 19, Matt Phillips has won two world titles and came very close to winning a third in 2015. That makes him Australia’s most successful enduro pilot in the past decade, and one of this country’s most successful motorcycle exports of all time. And he’s still just 22 years of age.
Late last year, in a move that shocked many, Matt Phillips turned his back on the powerhouse Factory KTM Enduro team, and signed with the Italian guys he worked with in 2013 for his maiden EWC title. As we announced a few months ago, the young Aussie will race a Sherco 450 in the 2016 EWC – now re-branded as the “EnduroGP” – with Fabrizio Azzalin’s CH Racing outfit.
“MATT PHILLIPS IS AUSTRALIA’S MOST SUCCESSFUL ENDURO PILOT IN THE PAST DECADE, AND ONE OF THIS COUNTRY’S MOST SUCCESSFUL MOTORCYCLE EXPORTS OF ALL TIME. AND HE’S STILL JUST 22.”
Jump onto the Transmoto page to view the full interview with Matt HERE.
We’re super pumped to watch Matt wax everyone in the world enduro this year!