The FIM Motocross World Championships of MX1 and MX2 head to the sandy circuit of Lierop in the Netherlands. In today’s Qualifying races, series points leader and hometown rider Jeffrey Herlings won the MX2 race, even after crashing on the first lap. And Italian Tony Cairoli made easy work of the MX1 class, winning convincingly.
|3.||K d Dycker||KTM|
|MX1 Points (after 13 rds)
|Ken d Dycker||404|
|6.||J v Horebeek||KTM|
|MX2 Points (after 13 rds)
|J v Horebeek||475|
The Lierop track is a traditional Dutch sand track. It’s in a beautiful wooded setting, and today’s weather was perfect.
In MX2, series points leader and hometown racer Jeffrey Herlings fell on the opening lap, and had to restart dead last. Even in this short (11 laps, 24 minutes) race, he passed riders each and every lap, making it look easy in the rough sand, to take the lead and the win on the final lap.
In MX1, it was Red Bull KTM team mate Tony Cairoli, also the series leader and current World Motocross Champion, making easy work of the class, winning in a nice, smooth style.
Notes: Clement Desalle is riding with an injured hand. Yamaha announced they have signed Steve Frossard to a long term contract.
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World Champion Tony Cairoli
Herlings crash 1 of 3
Herlings crash 2 of 3
Herlings crash 3 of 3
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