It was Max Anstie that got his day of to a good start by winning the first moto over Jeffrey Herlings and his team mate, Gautier Paulin.

However, Anstie only lasted eleven laps in the second moto before he was forced to retire from the race. Jeffrey Herlings had a much better race and won in style as he was over half a minute ahead of Gautier Paulin. Herlings won the overall on the day that will surely be a good confidence booster heading into Italy next weekend.

Yentl Martens had a brilliant day as he ended up on the podium, he just edged out Filip Bengtsson for third overall.

In the MX2 class it was Brian Bogers who won the overall. He didn’t have the best of first moto’s as he was leading but Olsen and Vlaanderen both got past him. He put that right in the second moto as he took the win and the overall with it. Calvin Vlaanderen is starting to improve as the season goes on and ended up with a third overall on his HSF Logistics KTM.

Jed Beaton from Australia had a very good day in the deep sand finishing fifth overall, he is learning how to ride the sand pretty quick!

In the 125cc class, Mikkel Haarup is looking unstoppable at the moment. He won both of the moto’s but Dankers, to his credit kept it close in the second moto. Kevin Horgmo rounded of the podium with a third overall.

Full results from the second round of the series:

MX1 Race One: 

MX1 Race Two: 

MX1 overall: 

MX2 Race One: 

MX2 Race Two: 

MX2 overall: 


125cc Race One: 

125cc Race Two: 

125cc overall: 

Pic: KTM/Ray Archer


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