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For Jonas, the MXGP stage ends with the first race

by archysport

Latvian motorcyclist Pauls Jonas from the “Gas Gas” team did not finish the first race of the 16th stage of the World Motocross Championship – Lake Garda “Grand Prix” on Sunday and will not take part in the upcoming second race later.

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The team reports that Jonas broke three ribs in the previous stage of the previous stage, which made it impossible to complete the first race of today’s stage. He will not start on the second race.

Before that, Jonas was ninth in the qualification on Sunday morning, but the best result was shown by the Dutchman Jeffrey Herlings.

At the start of the first race, the Swiss Jeremy Siever was the first to leave, while Jonas was only in 17th place after the first sector. The Latvian gradually improved his position and was approaching the top ten, but later retreated to the top ten and withdrew from the competition in the seventh lap, returning to the technical park.

Severer remained in the lead until the finish, followed by Frenchman Roman Fever after several successful overtaking maneuvers, and Herlings was third. Fever noticed a fall in the last lap and hit the fence, but that didn’t stop him from taking second place.

The second trip will start at 16.

There are 18 stages in the MXGP class this season. The end of the season is scheduled for November in Italy.

Kārlis Alberts Reišulis won the high second place in the EMX125 class of the European Championship on Saturday. He was second in the first race and third in the second.

Jānis Mārtiņš Reišulis was 12th in both races and with 18 points he took the same place in the sum, but Roberts Lūsis was left without points.

In the overall evaluation of the championship, after eight stages, K.Reišulis takes the seventh place with 170 points, J.Reišulis with 51 points – 20th place, but Lūsis with two points – 50th place among the participants who have gained 56 points.

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