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Exciting Race in the Sand of Valkenswaard

It was an insane end of the week as the MXGP riders made a beeline for Valkenswaard for the MXGP of Europe. Protecting MXGP champ Romain Febvre brought the by and large with a mind boggling ride in the second moto. In the MX2 class, Factory KTM genius Jeffrey Herlings fled from the field to take his 50th GP win.

Romain Febvre would get Antonio Cairoli late in the race to take the win and the generally speaking.

Romain Febvre: “The race was extreme and in the main moto I never extremely discovered my mood. The sand here is exceptionally wet, extremely minimized and exceptionally precarious, and each lap was distinctive with a ton of knocks and not a considerable measure of lines. I had a little crash in the second moto and lost some time however no positions, and after that I found the missing cadence and attempted to race to the complete for the lead. In the last lap I discovered Cairoli in front of me and did all that I could to pass him and take the triumph.”

MXGP – Overall Classification

1 461 Febvre, Romain FRA FFM YAM 20 25 45

2 12 Nagl, Maximilian GER DMSB HUS 22 18 40

3 243 Gajser, Tim SLO AMZS HON 25 13 38

4 222 Cairoli, Antonio ITA FMI KTM 14 22 36

5 89 Van Horebeek, Jeremy BEL FMB YAM 16 20 36

6 777 Bobryshev, Evgeny RUS MUL HON 18 15 33

7 22 Strijbos, Kevin BEL FMB SUZ 15 16 31

8 24 Simpson, Shaun GBR ACU KTM 11 12 23

9 259 Coldenhoff, Glenn NED KNMV KTM 8 14 22

10 7 Leok, Tanel EST EMF KTM 10 9 19

11 100 Searle, Tommy GBR ACU KAW 13 3 16

12 151 Kullas, Harri EST EMF KTM 4 10 14

13 92 Guillod, Valentin SUI FMS YAM 9 5 14

14 25 Desalle, Clement BEL FMB KAW 12 2 14

15 23 Charlier, Christophe FRA FFM HUS 0 11

16 37 Krestinov, Gert EST EMF HON 0 8

17 19 Philippaerts, David ITA FMI YAM 0 7

18 8 Townley, Ben NZL MNZ SUZ 7 0 7

19 685 Lenoir, Steven FRA FFM HON 0 6

20 212 Dewulf, Jeffrey BEL FMB KTM 6 0 6

21 77 Lupino, Alessandro ITA FMI HON 5 0 5

22 17 Butron, Jose ESP RFME KTM 0 4

23 45 Nicholls, Jake GBR ACU HUS 3 0 3

24 177 Jasikonis, Arminas LTU DMSB KAW 2 0 2

25 32 Potisek, Milko FRA FFM YAM 0 1

26 156 Heidecke, Angus GER DMSB KTM 1 0 1

27 430 Malin, Valtteri FIN SML KTM 0

28 211 Hutchinson, James GBR ACU KTM 0

29 920 Valentin, Ander ESP RFME KAW 0

30 149 Ullrich, Dennis GER DMSB KTM 0

31 400 Yamamoto, Kei JPN FMI HON 0

32 62 Gercar, Klemen SLO AMZS HUS 0

33 600 Ivanovs, Davis LAT LAMSF YAM 0

34 50 Macuks, Toms LAT LAMSF KAW 0

35 11 Bengtsson, Filip SWE SVEMO SUZ 0

36 44 Banks-Browne, Elliott GBR ACU YAM 0

Jeffrey Herlings: “It was an okay end of the week. We were quick in each training and I had three great begins. That was critical on this track particularly with the substantial rain we had before the primary moto. I took as much time as is needed in the main moto to get into the lead and once I was there I rode my own particular race. The second moto I took the holeshot and looked at. I’m extremely satisfied with my riding and cheerful and thankful that I won. Presently I’m anticipating the following GP.”