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ROMAIN FEBVRE CAPTURES CAREER 1ST AT HOME GP

A week after catching his first job MXGP moto win, France’s newbie feeling Romain Febvre thrilled the house group winning the general today at Round 8 of the FIM Globe Motocross Championship at Villars sous Ecot, France. A 2-1 rating provided Febvre the general ahead of Evgeny Bobryshev as well as Antonio Cairoli.

Max Nagl completed the fourth general as well as continues to lead the MXGP Course over Cairoli by nineteen factors. Clement Desalle, who got in the weekend break 4 points out of the lead, had a big accident in certifying yesterday when he fell off the bike in mid-air trying to scrub a table top and also arrived at his shoulder. He racked up zero points today and currently rests forty-one back of Nagl.

In his second GP effort, Mike Alessi battled once more and might only take care of the eighteenth total.

Jeffery Herlings went back to the leading step of the platform in MX2 after shedding the last 2 General practitioners to Valentin Guillod. Herlings went 1-1 on the day to top Tim Gajser and also defending MX2 Champion Jordi Tixier. Guillod was the fifth general.

American Thomas Covington took out of certifying the other day as a result of a rumored shoulder injury, according to MXVice.com. He did not race today.

MXGP Overall
1. Romain Febvre
2. Evgeny Bobryshev
3. Antonio Cairoli
4. Max Nagl
5. Dean Ferris
6. Glenn Coldenhoff
7. Jeremy Van Horebeek
8. Ken de Dycker
9. Shaun Simpson
10. Todd Waters

18. Mike Alessi
32. Clement Desalle

MX2 Overall
1. Jeffrey Herlings
2. Tim Gajser
3. Jordi Tixier
4. Pauls Jonass
5. Valentin Guillod
6. Aleksandr Tonkov
7. Petar Petrov
8. Jeremy Seewer
9. Max Anstie
10. Vsevolod Brylyakov