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A positive day for Hakon Osterhagen in Spain

A positive day for Hakon Osterhagen in Spain
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The CreyMert Racing team headed to Spain for the sixth round of the EMX125 championship and will be happy with how the day went. The event was held at a new track of Arroyomolinos and Hakon Osterhagen didn’t take long too long to learn the circuit. The Norwegian went 8-14 in the moto’s for eleventh overall just missing out on the top ten but it was a good day for Osterhagen who’s had some bad luck lately. It was Andrea Bonacorsi who took the win and extend his championship lead.

EMX125:

The morning went well for Osterhagen as he was third quickest in free practice and then seventh in timed qualifying to give himself a good gate pick for the races.

Osterhagen was able to make good use of his gate selection as he took a good start in the first moto inside the top ten, he’s been struggling with his starts lately but it always makes things a little easier. The Creymert KTM rider was ninth after the first official lap and ended up finishing a solid eighth but was locked in an exciting battle for fifth with five riders involved. It showed that Osterhagen had good pace and could also take a good result.

Unfortunately, in the second moto, Osterhagen couldn’t replicate his start from race one as this time he was in fourteenth after the first lap. The 16-year-old did start to move forward and got himself up to tenth and in a strong position for a good overall finish. However, on lap nine things went wrong as Osterhagen crashed and fell back to fourteenth which is where he finished. Despite a frustrating crash, Osterhagen can be happy with his speed and after finishing eleventh overall at Spain he now sits fifteenth in the championship standings.

Next race:

The EMX125 championship continues next week at the rough sand track of Lommel which will be a test for all the young riders but one the team and Osterhagen look forward to.

Osterhagen: Well I started the day of good with P3 in free practice and P7 in timed practice. Race 1, I had a pretty good start around 5th I think. But dropped down to P8 and was there the entire race with some battles between P7 and P10. The track was awesome with deep ruts and jumps. Race 2, I really don’t know how but my clutch at the start got stuck. This is the first time in my life something like that had happened. But I was actually happy with my speed and was riding to get back up to 10th. Unfortunately I crashed and dropped down to 16th but my riding got me to P14. For the day I was P11 overall.

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