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Horgmo on his return to racing

Horgmo on his return to racing
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The final round of the KNMV Dutch Masters of Motocross was held at the former GP circuit of Lichtenvoorde. As well as the Dutch masters, the Zwarte cross festival took place were approximately 220,000 people could enjoy music, performances, stunts, show and amazing action. Both CreyMert Racing Team riders, Hakon Osterhagen and Kevin Horgmo were both in action with the latter making a return from injury.


It was the first time for Osterhagen at the track, so he needed to learn and adjust to the track as quickly as possible. He ended up eleventh in qualifying which give him a reasonable gate pick. When the gate dropped for the first race, Osterhagen started in seventh and moved into sixth as he was riding well. Unfortunately, the Norwegian took a crash which meant he lost two positions. Before the end of the race he did pull off one pass though to end up a solid seventh.

In the second moto, Osterhagen was sixth after the first corner and he started to catch Kovacs. In the end he couldn’t make a pass stick, but he held onto sixth which was a good result. It was a strong end to the championship for Osterhagen and he’ll now hope to end the EMX125 series on a high as well.


Seven weeks ago, Horgmo broke his jaw but made a return to racing at the final round of the Dutch Masters series in a very competitive 250cc class. The fast-starting Norwegian got a good start in the first moto as he was in the top five. Dankers and Jacobi passed Horgmo who was happy to ride his own pace during his first race back. Horgmo was holding down seventh before Haarup made a move on him towards the end. Nevertheless, eighth was a good result for his first race back.

The second moto went even better for Horgmo. With Geerts having a bike issue and Jacobi deciding to ride home for the title, Horgmo brought home a good sixth spot. Haarup passed him on the last lap to miss out on a top five spot but it will still an encouraging race.

Horgmo: It was a nice weekend, it was really fun to be here at the Zwarte Cross. It’s something special for sure and I enjoyed it. My riding was decent and I’m pretty happy about my comeback!

Next race:

The EMX125 and EMX250 championships will head to Lommel next weekend at the brutal sand of Lommel, Belgium.

Pic: Niek Kamper

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