Glen Helen

Everything seems to succeed German prodigy Ken Roczen who won the
U.S Grand Prix competed on the legendary track from Glen Helen. Shaped since the opening of the Champ, “Kenny” surfing the wave of success, demonstrated its first victory on the supercross final in Las Vegas. Except for the interlude Jeffrey Herlings in the Netherlands, the KTM rider has won every other round signing an unstoppable doubled Sunday. Jeffrey Herlings twice a second thought yet to worry about the German in the second heat when he saw the gap separating them will reduce but apparently Ken Roczen rode the economy and handed to ensure the second heat. To find a nice battle we had to look further back to gain third place overall. Third in the first heat, Max Anstie has long kept this place on the podium before the American Zach Osborne snatch him fourth place in the final meters of the second round. A tie with teammate Tommy Searle (36 points), leaving the third place at very regular Tommy who signs his third consecutive podium finish in as many race behind the KTM. A certain logic begins to draw to the forefront since the battle for the title may well happen between these three mens (Roczen, Herlings, Searle). Highlights of this weekend are the cons-performance of Arnaud Tonus (7/DNF) and Gautier Paulin (6/DNF) sees leaders away and sees Max Anstie exceed overall. Making her big comeback, “World Champ” title Marvin Musquin makes a mixed weekend, having finished third in qualifying saturday, he will quickly fall in the first heat and finished nineteenth before making a great second run and finished sixth.

In MX1, was to attend another rule, that of forgiving him Desalle author also doubled. Under pressure late in the first round by Antonio Cairoli, Clement will undergo a second run quieter though this time if Max Nagl will try to reduce the gap in the final minutes of racing. The podium is composed of Clement Desalle (1/1), Max Nagl (3/2) and Evgeny Bobrysheva (6/3). The Suzuki rider made a double hit since it takes over the controls of the championship at the expense of Steven Frossard authored a weekend “without”. Bad start in both races he made a mistake late in the first round and finish tenth, then hang with Antonio Cairoli at the start of the second run and subsequently relapse and abandon. Desalle’s ahead of Nagl, Cairoli and Frossard overall. Side Frenchie good weekend Christophe Charlier (8/8) which enters the top 10 ranking (10th), Nicolas Aubin (12/7), Jordi Tixier (13/10), Anthony Boissiere (7/12 ). Difficult weekend for Xavier Boog (14/10) hit in the shoulder and Gregory Aranda (17/14) which was the return to competition.

Next GP Indaiatuba in Brazil this weekend.

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