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Race results: Febvre and Herlings undefeated in Thailand

Race results: Febvre and Herlings undefeated in Thailand
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Romain Febvre won the Thai GP after an epic first moto battle with Tony Cairoli and Tim Gajser.

The three world champions put on a brilliant race all fighting hard for the win but it was Febvre who ultimately prevailed in the heat. In race two Febvre got out front early and took off in what was a much easier race win. The Frenchman also took the red plate and now leads the championship.

Cairoli stalled in the first turn having holshot race two and could only get back to 12th and fifth overall. That left Tim Gajser to take second overall with a solid and smart 3-5 score and Jeremy Van Horebeek third overall with a consistent 5-4 result.

Ben Townley was hanging with Febvre, Cairoli, Gajser trio in race one until a crash in the waves left him with a DNF after the radiator got smashed in the impact. Townley put things right however in race two with a second place to leave him ninth overall.

Results

1 461 Febvre, Romain FRA FFM YAM 25 25 50
2 243 Gajser, Tim SLO AMZS HON 20 16 36
3 89 Van Horebeek, Jeremy BEL FMB YAM 16 18 34
4 777 Bobryshev, Evgeny RUS MUL HON 18 14 32
5 222 Cairoli, Antonio ITA FMI KTM 22 9 31
6 24 Simpson, Shaun GBR ACU KTM 12 15 27
7 21 Paulin, Gautier FRA MCM HON 14 12 26
8 22 Strijbos, Kevin BEL FMB SUZ 13 10 23
9 8 Townley, Ben NZL MNZ SUZ 0 22 22
10 100 Searle, Tommy GBR ACU KAW 15 7 22

Championship

1 461 Febvre, Romain FRA YAM 92 20-22 25-25
2 243 Gajser, Tim SLO HON 86 25-25 20-16
3 777 Bobryshev, E. RUS HON 74 22-20 18-14
4 89 Van Horebeek, J. BEL YAM 68 18-16 16-18
5 222 Cairoli, A. ITA KTM 64 15-18 22-9
6 24 Simpson, Shaun GBR KTM 57 16-14 12-15
7 22 Strijbos, K. BEL SUZ 48 13-12 13-10
8 100 Searle, Tommy GBR KAW 47 12-13 15-7
9 12 Nagl, M. GER HUS 44 9-15 0-20
10 8 Townley, Ben NZL SUZ 42 10-10 0-22

In MX2 it was domination by Herlings again although it did take him ten minutes to get into the lead in race two after he nearly wiped himself out over a jump trying to pass Bernadini for second! But Herlings rode strong in the heat and really showed his fitness and speed is on point this season.

Jeremy Seewer is the rider to watch this year and took his best result of his career with second over after coming through the pack in both motos to finish third both times out – a dramatic improvement considering the Swiss collapsed yards from the finish last year with heat exhaustion!

Alex Tonkov rounded out the top three with two good rides despite a mistake in race two. Max Anstie had another DNF in race one but was flying in race two, showing his real from to come from way back in the pack and nab second on the last lap from Seewer.

Results

1 84 Herlings, Jeffrey NED KNMV KTM 25 25 50
2 91 Seewer, Jeremy SUI FMS SUZ 20 20 40
3 59 Tonkov, Aleksandr RUS KNMV YAM 22 18 40
4 6 Paturel, Benoit FRA FFM YAM 18 15 33
5 41 Jonass, Pauls LAT LAMSF KTM 12 16 28
6 18 Brylyakov, Vsevolod RUS MFR KAW 14 12 26
7 152 Petrov, Petar BUL QMMF KAW 15 11 26
8 161 Östlund, Alvin SWE SVEMO YAM 10 14 24
9 99 Anstie, Max GBR ACU HUS 0 22 22
10 321 Bernardini, Samuele ITA FMI TM 13 9 22

Championship

1 84 Herlings, J. NED KTM 100 25-25 25-25
2 91 Seewer, Jeremy SUI SUZ 74 18-16 20-20
3 59 Tonkov, A. RUS YAM 70 16-14 22-18
4 41 Jonass, Pauls LAT KTM 68 20-20 12-16
5 152 Petrov, Petar BUL KAW 56 15-15 15-11
6 321 Bernardini, S. ITA TM 47 14-11 13-9
7 6 Paturel, B. FRA YAM 46 0-13 18-15
8 4 Ferrandis, D. FRA KAW 44 22-22
9 172 Van doninck, B. BEL YAM 44 13-18 0-13
10 18 Brylyakov, V. RUS KAW 38 0-12 14-12

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