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Tim Gajser has become the new leader in world CHAMPIONSHIP motocross, after her victory in the grand prix of Russia

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Tim Gajser (Honda) has the Sunday of the Grand prix motorcycles, from, Russia, with the eighth world cup race, won the game. The Slovenian won in two sets and is the new CHAMPIONSHIP leader.

In the circuit of the Orlyonok ended up Gajser, just like in the first set before the Swiss Arnaud Tonus (Yamaha). In the second set, it was a Tone of’ fellow-countryman Jeremy Seewer (Yamaha) in third. The grand prix final was the same.

The Dutch reining world champion Jeffrey Herlings (KTM), on his first GP since he was at the beginning of this year, voetbreuk down, I was right next to the stage.

Julien Lieber (Kawasaki) was sixth in the final after a sixth and a fifth place. Jeremy Van Horebeek (Honda) finished in 13th place and Kevin Strijbos (Yamaha) in 16th place.

Clement Desalle (Kawasaki) was the first sequence of a heavy fall, and did not appear at the start of the second set. It’s not clear yet what the injury(s) he has received.

In the CHAMPIONSHIP mode, you climb Gajser on the Italian Antonio Cairoli (KTM), who is only in eighth, at the top end. The Slovenian has 351 points, Off once more, it was 338. Desalle was sixth with 208 points, and Lieber (172 points) is in eighth, and Van Horebeek (170) is located on the western edge.

In the MX2 race, the victory was for the Spanish world CHAMPIONSHIP leader Jorge Prado (KTM), who both sets and won. The Danish artist, Thomas Kjer Olsen (Husqvarna) and Jago Geerts (Yamaha) completed the podium. Brent Van Doninck (Honda) finished in 13th place.

Next Sunday is the next world cup race in Latvia Kegums in the program.