“Hometown” rider Jeffrey Herlings dominates both motos of MX2 at the sand circuit of Lierop, winning each race by over 2 minutes! World MX1 Motocross Champion Tony Cairoli is on a level higher than anyone else in MX1 – sweeping both motos as well. Both RedBull KTM riders continue their march towards becoming the 2012 World Champions of Motocross
|1.||T Cairoli 1/1||KTM|
|2.||K d Dycker 3/2||KTM|
|3.||T Leok 4/3||SUZ|
|6.||C. Desalle 6/7||SUZ|
|7.||G Paulin 5/9||KAW|
|9.||Max Nagl 2/0||KTM|
|Ken d Dycker||446|
|1.||J Herlings 1/1||KTM|
|3.||M Anstie 3/3||HON|
|4.||T Searle 4/4||KAW|
|5.||A Tonus 6/5||YAM|
|9.||Z Osborne 7/8||YAM|
|J v Horebeek||519|
MX2 – Jeffrey Herlings was totally dominant in the sand today – so natural, like a duck in water. He won each moto by over 2 minutes! It was an amazing performance. Teammate Jeremy van Horebeek finished second in each moto, with Max Anstie third in each moto. Jeffrey can clinch his first World Motocross title at the next event in Italy.
MX1 – Tony Cairoli is on another planet compared to the rest of the MX1 class. Tony swept both motos, riding smoothly, smartly, and fluidly. Tony can also clinch the MX1 World Motocross Championship next weekend in Faenza, Italy. If so, it would be Tony’s sixth World MX Championship! Tony’s teammate Ken de Dycker finished second overall today, giving KTM the top two positions in each class.
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Tony Cairoli winning first MX1 race
Jeffrey Herlings sweeps both motos in MX2
Jeremy van Horebeek
Watch the video hi-lites of this race! Herlings won his motos by over 2 minutes! Cairoli swept both motos in MX1 as well – both heading towards the title “2012 FIM World Motocross Champion.