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9 novembre 2020

Tom Vialle closes triumphant 2020 with 2nd place at Grand Prix Of Garda Trentino

2020 MXGP18 Pietramurata3 Vialle

MXGP of Garda Trentino number 3: This weekend took eighteenth Grand Prix of the 2020 Motocross World Championship at Arco di Trento in Italy.


Tony Cairoli wraps his seventeenth world championship term with seven podium appearances and three victories.

Tony Cairoli: “It’s my fourteenth season of finishing on the podium of a world championship and I’m happy about that. It’s quite amazing after so many years of racing. Tim [Gajser] was very difficult to beat this year and after Latvia my knee became worse and worse every time. I couldn’t train or run and that’s important for me. I lost a bit of fitness and also a bit of confidence because when the track gets rough and slippery - like it was here this morning in the Timed Practice - I need to slow down and ‘survive’. This was not good for today’s races because I was wide in the start and it couldn’t have been worst at the beginning of the second moto. We lost 2nd place but we are OK and we’ll try to move forward for next year.”


Tom Vialle signs-off 2020 with 14 trophies - 7 of those winner’s garlands – and 14 moto victories from 36.

Tom Vialle: “To be world champion in my second year is amazing. The last few days have been really good and today my riding was pretty good also. In the second moto I crashed at the start but came back from last to 5th. I crashed twice more and was a bit angry about that…but I was really fast today. I tried to be as consistent as possible this year. I was trying my best every time and focusing on good starts and riding like I do in training and it worked very well. I want to thank the whole team and my family. It has been amazing to ride in this race team the less two years. It has been fantastic.”

Motocross World Championship 2020, Round 18 – Pietramurata, Italy (number 3)


11. Michele Cervellin (Yamaha)

12. Antonio Cairoli (KTM)

19. Alessandro Lupino (Yamaha)

MXGP – Overall Championship 2020

3. Antonio Cairoli (KTM)

6. Jorge Prado (KTM)

12. Jeffrey Herlings (KTM)

18. Alessandro Lupino (Yamaha)

20. Michele Cervellin (Yamaha)


2. Tom Vialle (KTM)

5. Isak Gifting (GasGas)

15. Ruben Fernandez (Yamaha)

20. Michael Sandner (GasGas)

26. Joakin Furbetta (KTM)

MX2 – Overall Championship 2020

1. Tom Vialle (KTM)

9. Ruben Fernandez (Yamaha)

12. Isak Gifting (GasGas)

26. Rene Hofer (KTM)

30. Simon Laengenfelder (GasGas)

32. Jeremy Sydow (GasGas)

44. Joakin Furbetta (KTM)

credits: press.ktm.com

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