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MXGP OF LOMBARDY: A PERFECT DAY FOR SIDI AND THEIR CHAMPIONS! Tony Cairoli dominates the MXGP race and extends his lead in the rankings. Jeremy Seewer wins the MX2.

It was a great weekend on the Ottobiano racetrack (Pavia), which culminated with a Sunday of races that was nothing less than perfect for Sidi and their champions. The GP of Lombardy counted as round 11 in the 2017 motocross World Series. The star of the show was none other than the number one in world class motocross, Tony Cairoli (Ktm). The truth is all in the results. It was a perfect weekend for Cairoli: pole position and a double whammy, with victory in both race1 and race2, which meant victory in the MXGP Grand Prix; a “heavy” result which keeps Tony in possession the red card as leader of the overall standings in the World Series, where he commands with 431 points, extending his lead even further over his closest rivals, Paulin in second place (with 364 points) and Desalle in third (with 361 points). For Tony Cairoli & Sidi the ride to the title number 9 continues…

Not only that; Sidi riders performed as matadors in the MX2 competition as well, where victory went to Switzerland’s Jeremy Seewer (Suzuki), who was first in race 1 and second in race 2, and American  Thomas Covington(Husqvarna) made it to the third step on the podium. Seewer is currently second in the MX2 World Series general standings.   

The SIDI CROSSFIRE 3 SRS TC222 LIMITED EDITION is here…
In addition to the results on the track, there was also a spectacular show going on in the paddock, with all the stars from team Sidi taking turns at the Sidi stand for the entire weekend to pose for pictures and sign autographs for the throngs of adoring fans who came out to see their idols. Of course, Tony Cairoli was inundated by a sea of people as he joined Sidi in presenting the new  CROSSFIRE 3 SRS TC222 LIMITED EDITION; this is his boot, the boot of champions, now produced by Sidi in a special limited edition available for all enthusiasts in the best motorcycling accessory stores. 

Photos ©MaxZanzani


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