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Tim Gajser triumphs in MXGP, Jago Geerts again World Cup leader in MX2 after GP in Germany


Motocross rider Tim Gajser (Honda) won the German Grand Prix in the MXGP category on Sunday. In the MX2 class, Jago Geerts (Yamaha) finished in second place. He again takes the lead in the World Cup standings.


At the Teutschenthal circuit, Gajser won the first heat of the eleventh World Cup round, before finishing in second place in the second heat. Behind the Slovenian World Cup leader, the Swiss Jeremy Seewer (Yamaha) was second, he won the second heat after finishing third in the first heat. Spaniard Jorge Prado (GasGas) completed the GP podium.

Brent Van Doninck (Yamaha) was 13th after a 15th and a 12th place. Jeremy Van Horebeek (Beta) did not finish in the first heat, only to become ninth. He thus finished the GP in 15th place.

In the World Cup position, Gajser strengthens his lead with 485 points. First pursuer Seewer has 101 points less. Van Horebeek is ninth, Van Doninck is 16th.

In the MX2, Jago Geerts had to be satisfied with second place. He was second in each series. Frenchman Thibault Benistant (Yamaha) won the GP, after a third and a first place. The Dane Mikkel Haarup (Kawasaki) completed the podium. Pako Destercq (Yamaha) was 23rd, Florent Lambillon (Suzuki) 24th.

In the World Cup standings, Geerts takes over the lead from Tom Vialle (KTM), who is now eight points behind. The Frenchman won the first heat on Sunday, but did not finish in the second due to mechanical problems.

The next World Cup round is the Indonesian GP, ​​scheduled for June 26 at the Samota-Sumbawa circuit. The Belgian GP will take place in Lommel on July 24.

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