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Prado and Febvre victorious at Czech GP

Prado and Febvre victorious at Czech GP
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Romain Febvre was back to his best at Loket to go 1-1 in very impressive fashion.

Febvre gated third in the first moto but worked his way by Tim Gajser and then, after some hard work, passing teammate Seewer to take the lead. Gajser would get to second but didn’t have enough to put any serious pressure on, despite Febvre stalling, as the Frenchman was able to up his pace again to a comfortable gap.

Race two and again Seewer took the holeshot with Febvre second and Gajse third. Febvre would make the pass on Seewer and then Gajser would follow suit but just like race one, Gajser had no answer to Febvre’s speed giving Febvre a perfect 1-1 for his first Grand Prix overall win of the year.

Gautier Paulin was steady if unspectacular en route to fourth overall while only poor starts prevented Jeremy Van Horebeek from potentially even better results but the Belgian can be happy with fifth overall as a privateer and showing some very good speed.

Jorge Prado dominated both motos in MX2, but race two was a lot easier than race one!

Prado was being kept honest in the first moto will Vialle and Vlaanderen all within three seconds of each other until Vlaanderen and Vialle collided as the Honda rider looked for a way into second to go chase Prado.

That let Jacobi into second and Olsen third and Vlaanderen remounted to take ninth but Vialle was forced to DNF.

Race two was much easier for Prado who said he felt a lot more comfortable in the second moto. Straight into the lead, this time no-one could go with him as he eased away to a 14 second lead before easing off at the end.

Behind him Vialle struggled to keep the pace and dropped from second to seventh as Adam Sterry rode fantastic to work his way up to second – and passed Jacobi of all people to do it!

Jacobi made sure to play nice this time with his teammate and gave Sterry plenty of room giving the Brit his best ever moto score in a Grand Prix. But a 2-3 gave Jacobi second overall – so it was all smiles with the two teammates after the drama of a month ago!

Thomas Kjer Olsen however, edged Sterry for third on the podium by a point with a steady 3-4 score.

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