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Mitch Evans - Q&A

What made you keen to take part in the Mark Webber Challenge - and what sort of preparation have you been undertaking for it?

Mitch Evans:
I've always wanted to do it, and I was given the opportunity to do it this year, which was a huge surprise to be honest. It's very similar to my normal training but just a bit extra volume to adapt to the long days out!

Q:
Is that additional or complementary to your usual racing fitness regime?

Mitch Evans:
Definitely a bit of both, like I had to introduce kayaking into my program for example.

Q:
What do you think of multisport - what's your best discipline and your least favourite?

Mitch Evans:
It's great, very, very challenging as there's always one discipline you just can't nail or feel 100% comfortable with. Either Mountain biking or running is my best and my least favourite was probably the kayaking, just feels like you put some much effort in for such little return with speed!!

The Mark Webber Challenge raises funds for the Whitelion youth charity and the Save the Tassie Devil Appeal. For more information on the event, visit www.markwebberchallenge.com.

Interview by special arrangement and with thanks to WGMedia.



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Mitch Evans competing in the 2013 Mark Webber Challenge in Tasmania. December 2013. (Photo Credit: Perfect Prints, with thanks to WGMedia)
Mitch Evans competing in the 2013 Mark Webber Challenge in Tasmania. December 2013. (Photo Credit: Perfect Prints, with thanks to WGMedia)
Mitch Evans competing in the 2013 Mark Webber Challenge in Tasmania. December 2013. (Photo Credit: Perfect Prints, with thanks to WGMedia)
Mitch Evans competing in the 2013 Mark Webber Challenge in Tasmania. December 2013. (Photo Credit: Perfect Prints, with thanks to WGMedia)
Mitch Evans competing in the 2013 Mark Webber Challenge in Tasmania. December 2013. (Photo Credit: Perfect Prints, with thanks to WGMedia)
Picking a trail through the rocks around Mount Field on the fourth day of the Mark Webber Challenge. (Photo Credit: Perfect Prints, with thanks to WGMedia)
Rough rapids sent some kayakers over during the river run in Mount Field on day four of the Challenge. (Photo Credit: Perfect Prints, with thanks to WGMedia)
Rough rapids sent some kayakers over during the river run in Mount Field on day four of the Challenge. (Photo Credit: Perfect Prints, with thanks to WGMedia)
Rough rapids sent some kayakers over during the river run in Mount Field on day four of the Challenge. (Photo Credit: Perfect Prints, with thanks to WGMedia)
Mitch Evans competing in the 2013 Mark Webber Challenge in Tasmania. December 2013. (Photo Credit: Perfect Prints, with thanks to WGMedia)
Stoffel Vandoorne (BEL, ART Grand Prix), Arthur Pic (FRA, Campos Racing) & Mitch Evans (NZL, RT RUSSIAN TIME) on the podium at the Autodromo di Monza, Monza, Italy. Saturday 6 September 2014. (Photo: Sam Bloxham/GP2 Series Media Service.)
Patric Niederhauser (SUI, Arden International) celebrates his win in Parc Ferme. Photo: Charles Coates/GP3 Series Media Service.)
Patric Niederhauser (SUI, Arden International) celebrates his win on the podium. Photo: Charles Coates/GP3 Series Media Service.)
Patric Niederhauser (SUI, Arden International) celebrates his win on the podium with Dino Zamparelli (GBR, ART Grand Prix) and Jann Mardenborough (GBR, Arden International) Photo: Charles Coates/GP3 Series Media Service.)
Patric Niederhauser (SUI, Arden International) celebrates his win in Parc Ferme. Photo: Sam Bloxham/GP3 Series Media Service.)
Patric Niederhauser (SUI, Arden International) celebrates his win on the podium with Dino Zamparelli (GBR, ART Grand Prix) and Jann Mardenborough (GBR, Arden International) at the Hungaroring, Hungary 2014 GP3 Series Round 5. Hungaroring, Budapest, Hungary. (Photo: Sam Bloxham/GP3 Series Media Service.)
Richie Stanaway (NZL, Status Grand Prix) and Robert Visoiu (ROU, Arden International) race for the lead at the Hungaroring, Budapest, Hungary. Saturday 26 July 2014. (Photo: Sam Bloxham/GP3 Series Media Service.)
Richie Stanaway (NZL, Status Grand Prix), Nick Yelloly (GBR, Status Grand Prix) and Robert Visoiu (ROU, Arden International) on the podium at the Hungaroring, Budapest, Hungary. Saturday 26 July 2014. (Photo: Sam Bloxham/GP3 Series Media Service.)

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