JORGE PRADO & SIDI ARE MX2 WORLD CHAMPIONS - Displaying total dominance, the young Spanish ace has won the title for the second year in a row.

On the Uddevalla Circuit in Sweden, Jorge Prado has won the MX2 World Title with two races left until the end of the series. At the tender age of 18, the talented young Spaniard has captured his second consecutive World Championship Trophy in this class. 

Jorge Prado (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) has enjoyed total dominance in this 2019 season, which has featured 12 pole positions, 14 victories  and 27 round victories.
In Sweden, Prado only needed a first place in race1 and fourth place in race2 to close out the Grand Prix race ranked third overall; this was enough to end the stakes for the World Title.

In any case, Sidi riders were all major players in the MX2 World Series. In fact, Denmark’s Thomas Kjer Olsen (Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing) came in second place in the overall standings; on various occasions the Dane proved to be the only other rider capable of going head-to-head with the unbridled Jorge Prado.   

Sidi has always believed in Prado’s sheer talent. His young and brilliant career has constantly been linked to the boots made by the company from Maser (Treviso). In this fantastic 2019, he has been battling on the racetrack and shining on the podium in his Sidi Crossfire 3 boots, which once again have emerged as the most triumphant title-holding boots in the world of motocross.

The real adventure for Prado starts now, with a leap to the highest class. He will be making the big move to the MXGP in 2020, when the young Spanish ace will be riding on the same team as two absolute superstars in world motocross: Jeffrey Herlings (2018 MXGP World Champion) and the most notable, number one rider for the Sidi team, nine-time World Champion Antonio Cairoli.
This is going to be so much fun…


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