WMX: NANCY VAN DE VEN WINS IN HOLLAND, SHOOTING TO THE LEAD IN THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP - After success with Tony Cairoli, Sidi is also aiming for victory in the WMX World Series.

The Holland GP didn’t “just” bring Tony Cairoli his 9th World title. Important achievements also came in the women’s WMX competition. On her native country’s Assen circuit, Holland’s own Nancy Van De Ven (Yamaha) scored an important victory, which launched her to the front of the WMX World standings. This season’s best women are all separated by just a few points. In fact, with one race to go to the end of the season this weekend in France, Van De Ven leads the iridescent rankings with 193 points, followed by New Zealander Courtney Duncan with 191 and France’s Livia Lancelot with 190. Kiara Fontanesi, another Sidi star, is in fourth place with 188 points. At Assen Nancy dominated in both race 1 and race 2, to take home the Holland GP. Nancy Van De Ven and Kiara Fontanesi were riding in their Sidi Crossfire 3 SRS, the number one boots in Sidi’s motocross and off road collection. The championship is still wide open. The WMX promises to deliver a thrilling season finale on the Villars sous Ecot circuit in France. It’s going to be a compelling race, with the world’s best women ready to give it their all and battle to the end to capture the 2017 World title. Our hope is that the Sidi Crossfire 3 SRS will be there once again with the Queen of World motocross when she makes it to the top step on the podium.


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