Woffinden aims to repeat last season’s triumph starting on April 5 with the New Zealand GP at Western Springs.
However, the 23-year-old will not let the pressure of expectation affect his mindset.
“Even though I’m coming into this year as world champion, everything feels like normal – I’m just treating it like any other season,” he said.
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“It’s going to be another tough year but I’m not treating things any differently and we’ll just have to see how things go.”
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