2017 Italian Motocross Championship | Round Two

MXGP warm-up series in Italy

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Malagrotta amazing day for the second round of the MX International of Italy Selle Dalla Valle Series 2017. More than 10,000 spectators came from all over Italy to admire the champions engaged in classes in the race. The landlord Tony Cairoli (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team) was the absolute star performer and the track made slippery by rain, took the win in both MX1 in Elite, repeating the successes of seven days ago in Sardinia.

MX2
MX2 In Julien Lieber (KTM) dominated the day; the Belgian started behind Jorge Prado Garcia (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team), That Just1 grabbed the hole-shot, than Followed the Galician, attacking and passing him at half motorcycle, going to win easy on Michael Cervellin (Honda HRC MX2), fastest During the timed practice. The Honda rider battled with Samuele Bernardini (TM) and then with Prado, That finished in third place. In the standings Prado (200p.), Leads on Cervellin (160p.) And Paturel (155p.)

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MX1
MX1 In the Sicilian start second, behind Romain Febvre (Monster Energy Yamaha Factory), author of the Just1 hole-shot, soon passing and leading the race to the finish line. Behind him Jeremy Van Horebeek, the overtaken team mate During the first lap, holding the position until the finish line as Tim Gajser finished third like in Riola and managed to pass Febvre at half motorcycle. Cairoli guides know the MX1 standings with 240 points, Followed by Van Horebbek with 200 and 160 Gajser.

Race Results

Point Standings

ELITE
Incredible show in the Elite class, reserved to the strongest riders of the MX1 and MX2 classes, with five riders incendio win until the end. Antonio Cairoli, author of Just1 hole-shot, slipped after the first lap and leaved the lead to His team mate Glenn Coldenhoff (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team), who tries to escape to Tim Gajser (Honda HRC MXGP) and Jeremy Van Horebeek (Monster Energy Yamaha Factory), while Romain Febvre precedes the eight-time world motocross champion climbed to fifth. On the seventh lap Cairoli breaks the delay and launches an attack to Febvre, passing in the same corner That had seen him fall. In the next lap the Sicilian places passed Van Horebeek, while Gajser passed Coldenhoff and takes the lead. The world champion of MXGP lasts only one lap When Cairoli attacked him and passes, going on to win the fourth consecutive race of the year. Tony is on the finish line first on Van Horebeek, Febvre and Coldenhoff while Gajser finishes fifth after a crash in the final laps. The Elite class classification sees Cairoli in the lead with 240 points, ahead of Van Horebeek with 200 and 140 Gajser.

Race Results

Point Standings