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EMX65 & EMX85: Results from Loket

EMX65 & EMX85: Results from Loket
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EMX65

The first moto’s on the EMX65 and EMX85 classes took place today. In the EMX65 moto, Ivano Van Erp led from start to finish and never really looked threatened.  Mads Fredsoe and Edvards Bidzans battled it out for second and third but Mads was able to hold on.

Pole-setter, Simone Pavan had a crash but rode well and recovered to finish in seventh. Sem de Lange also had a crash on the first lap but rode the wheels of his 65 to get back to tenth.

EMX65 Moto One:

  1. Ivano Van Erp
  2. Mads Fredsoe
  3. Edvards Bidzans
  4. Matteo Russi
  5. Valerio Lata
  6. Pablo Gutierrez
  7. Simone Pavan
  8. Bence Pergel
  9. Karlis Reisulis
  10. Sem de Lange

When the gate dropped for the second moto, Ivano Van Erp had a disastrous first lap buried outside the top twenty. He also suffered a crash on the first lap which ruined any chance of him being crowned champion.

The question was who could take advantage and win the championship? Latvia have a new talent emerging as Edvards Bidzans who finished third in the first moto quickly got to the front and never looked back. He dominated the second moto and won by ten seconds. Congratulations to the Latvian kid on the title, well deserved.

EMX65 Moto Two:

  1. Edvards Bidzans
  2. Sem de Lange
  3. Matteo Russi
  4. Yoran Moens
  5. Laszio Tecsi
  6. Karlis Reisulis
  7. Pablo Gutierrez
  8. Gianni Barbier
  9. Noel Zanocz
  10. Bence Pergel

EMX85

It was a sensational ride from Rene Hofer to win the first EMX85 moto of the weekend. He was buried outside the top ten around the first corner but carried a lot more momentum that the other riders and made the move into the lead on lap six.

Anton Nagy from Sweden rode well to end up in second but didn’t have enough for the Austrian. Spaniard, Oriol Oliver rode well to clinch the last step on the podium.

British rider, Lewis Hall had one of the best rides, he started down in ninth but worked his way into fourth by the end of the moto passing top riders like Tom Guyon and Alessandro Facca.

Tomorrow is a different day, it will be interesting to see if Van Erp and Hofer can clinch their titles or will the pressure prove to be too much to handle?

EMX85 Moto One:

  1. Rene Hofer
  2. Anton Nagy
  3. Oriol Oliver
  4. Lewis Hall
  5. Tom Guyon
  6. Alessandro Facca
  7. Maksim Kraev
  8. Svyatoslav Pronenko
  9. Maks Mausser
  10. Eddie Jay Wade

Rene Hofer really doesn’t make things easy for himself, does he? Another terrible start but he was able to stay calm and worked his way into fourth by the end of the first lap. On the fifth lap he then passed Adam Kovacs for the lead and never looked back. Congratulations on the title, no doubt he will be strong in the EMX125 class in 2017.

Young Spanish kid, Oriol Oliver had a great weekend on his Kawasaki for second overall.  Alessandro Facca had a good race on his Marchetti KTM and finished in a strong second place for third overall.

Young British rider, Lewis Hall had a fantastic weekend. The second moto didn’t go quite as good as the first moto as he crossed the line in eighth but fifth overall was a great result.

EMX85 Moto Two:

  1. Rene Hofer
  2. Alessandro Facca
  3. Oriol Oliver
  4. Adam Kovacs
  5. Tom Guyon
  6. Emil Jonrup
  7. Maksim Kraev
  8. Lewis Hall
  9. Maks Mausser
  10. Gerard Congost

 

 

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