Within the opening race it was the 2 Yamaha’s who led after the primary nook with Maxime Renaux forward of his crew mate, Jeremy Seewer. The reigning MXGP World Champion, Tim Gajser was third on the opening lap so all of the heavy hitters had been there and never a lot cut up them all through the entire race.
Renaux dealt nicely with the strain behind him – as he often does to take the win on the brand new Yamaha.
Mattia Guadagnini and Alberto Forato had lonely rides to complete in fourth and fifth forward of Ruben Fernandez who didn’t get the most effective of begins.
Ben Watson completed ninth on his Beta race debut behind Benoit Paturel.
Within the second race, it was Jeremy Seewer who grabbed the holeshot on his Manufacturing unit Yamaha forward of Mattia Guadagnini and Tim Gajser. A mistake dropped Seewer again down to 3rd however he made an aggressive transfer stick on Gajser after which set about passing Guadagnini again for the lead.
Seewer was capable of get across the younger Italian however Gajser rapidly adopted via. Not a lot cut up the pair on the very entrance who set a really excessive tempo and regardless of a final ditch try from Gajser, Seewer was capable of maintain on to the win.
Maxime Renaux didn’t get the most effective of begins however handed Forato and Guadagnini to get again to 3rd.
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Picture: MXGP/Infront Moto Racing