MX2 2022 - Matterley Basin - Round 01
MXGP of Great Britain: this weekend took the first Grand Prix of the 2022 Motocross World Championship in Matterley Basin.
Simon Langenfelder claims historic overall victory in MX2 division.
Simon Langenfelder:"I did not expect this! I came into the weekend with the goal of doing my best. I did not think about positions or anything. I felt so good in the qualifying race and then I had two really good starts today. The second moto was tough, fighting with the other riders, but I just tried to do my best and go forward. I am so happy to go home with the red plate."
Tom Vialle: “Not a bad result to start the season but I was a bit disappointed with the crash at the end of the second moto while trying for the win. If we consider that I’ve only been riding a month and a half and we are fine-tuning the new racebike then this was a good day. It was nice to be at the front and it was a bit of a surprise to have that good rhythm. A good GP for the confidence. Mantova next week and a track where we race a lot. We know it well and we will be ready.”
Mattia Guadagnini:"It was not the best weekend! I did not get a good start in either moto today. I was fighting for ninth in moto one and had a big crash, then I crashed again. I had a really bad start in the second race and went off the track in the second turn. I was feeling better though and got to eighth. This is not what I was expecting at the first round, but it is only round one and we are going home healthy."
Motocross World Championship | round #01 Great Britain
P01 | Simon Längenfelder (GASGAS) Red Bull GASGAS Factory Racing
P02 | Tom Vialle (KTM) Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
P10 | Andrea Adamo (GASGAS) SM Action Racing Team
P11 | Mattia Guadagnini (GASGAS) Red Bull GASGAS Factory Racing
P17 | Gianluca Facchetti (KTM) Team Beddini Racing
Motocross European Championship | round #01 Great
P08 | Ferruccio Zanchi (Yamaha) MJC Yamaha Official Team
P10 | Ivano Van Erp (Yamaha) MJC Yamaha Official Team
P12 | Karlis Alberts Reisulis (Yamaha) MJC Yamaha Official Team
P18 | Nicola Salvini (Yamaha) JK Racing
credits: press.ktm.com; gasgas press center; SM Action Racing; Yamaha Europe MJC
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