Jeffrey Herlings took the holeshot and the win and even though Tony Cairoli started second, he couldn’t find his rhythm quick enough to keep Herlings in his sights as the Dutchman sprinted away early.

Romain Febvre rode strong again for third with Max Anstie coming through to fourth and Seewer fifth.

Jeffrey Herlings dominated race number two to win by 33 seconds despite a last lap crash! Cairoli got away top five but by the time Cairoli got to second Herlings was already gone.

Max Anstie was strong all day and two 4th place finished gave him third overall after a crash by a Romain Febvre in race two.

Herlings said, “last lap I wanted to pass one of my friends and I just washed the berm and tipped over but still came out with over a 30 second lead. I took good starts and I’m happy with my day.”

 

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