Jago Geerts wins final round MX2 in Italy and becomes the vice world champion at the last minute
On Wednesday, Jago Geerts (Yamaha) won the Grand Prix motocross in Mantua, Italy, in the MX2 class, which is the eighteenth and final World Cup round of the season.
Werner BourlezSource: BELGIAN
Our 21-year-old compatriot won the first heat in Italy and a second place in the second heat was enough to book his tenth World Cup victory, ahead of the French world champion and teammate Maxime Renaud and the Dutchman Kay de Wolf. Geerts also secured the vice world title, which he took from Tom Vialle in the final round. The Frenchman crashed in the first heat and had to retire.
Florent Lambillon (KTM) and Julian Vander Auwera (Husqvarna) only finished 23rd and 25th respectively.
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