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MX2: SIDI SCORES A DOUBLE IN LOMMEL, BELGIUM, IN THE TEMPLE OF MOTOCROSS - Max Anstie first and Jeremy Seewer second.

It was a Sunday to remember for the Sidi Sport colours on the sandy, difficult and spectacular track in Lommel, Belgium. It was a fantastic show in the place that is considered the cradle of motocross, in front of an extraordinary crowd. Sidi completely dominated the MX2 class: the British Max Anstie came in first and Jeremy Seewer from Switzerland was second. These two riders battled in the sand and shined on the podium in their Sidi Crossfire 2 boots, the top models in Sidi’s off-road collection.   

It was a legendary result. Yes, because Max Anstie (Husqvarna) became the first pilot in history to manage to win the Belgian GP for three consecutive years in Lommel; yesterday he also scored back to back victories in both rounds, dominating the Grand Prix from start to finish, coming in first in both race1 and race2. 

It was a great party for Sidi. In fact, Jeremy Seewer (Suzuki) came in second place by scoring fourth in race1 and second in race2. He takes home a valuable second place that helps him shave off precious points from the leader in the World rankings Jeff Herlings, who, we remind you, has not garnered any points for the last two races, since he is benched in the pit due to a shoulder injury. Now the classification puts Herlings first with 597 points and Seewer second with 510 points. 

Tony Cairoli (Ktm) had an OK test in the MXGP, in what continues to be a difficult and unlucky season for the motocross super-champ. After a lacklustre sixth place in race1 Tony made up some terrain in race2, coming in second, thus managing to close out the GP race in third place. 

 

Photos ©MaxZanzani


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