Frenchman Gautier Paulin, riding for Factory Kawasaki, wins MX 1 Motocross Grand Prix of Bulgaria. And the UK’s Tommy Searle, along riding a Kawasaki, edges out Jeffrey Herlings for the GP win in MX 2.
|1.||Gautier Paulin 2/1||KAW|
|2.||Chris Pourcel 1/2||KAW|
|3.||Tony Cairoli 4/3||KTM|
|4.||Ken d Dycker||KTM|
|8.||C Desalle 3/18||SUZ|
|Ken d Dycker||63|
|1.||Tommy Searle 3/1||KAW|
|2.||Jeffrey Herlings 2/2||KTM|
|3.||Joel Roelants 1/4||KAW|
|4.||J. v. Horebeek 4/3||KTM|
|J. v. Horebeek||74|
Gorna Rositza Circuit
News came before the race from Yamaha that title contender Steven Frossard would not be racing today. He twisted his right knee in yesterday’s qualifying race. He’s back in Belgium getting checked by his doctor’s to see about racing next weekend at the Italian Grand Prix.
Gautier Paulin on the podium courtesy Bavo Swijgers
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Gautier Paulin said after his win “I really love the MX1 class! The championship has only just started – we are here at the second GP and to get the win already is a great feeling. I was happy with my riding in Valkenswaard, but had an unfortunate crash. But today I felt safe on the bike and had good speed and came through with the win. The Factory Kawasaki worked well and the guys in the team did a great job. This is how I would like to continue for the rest of the season.”
Next MX GP: 28-29 April in Fermo, Italy