Fourth world title in MXGP for Tim Gajser is already secured, Dutchman Coldenhoff wins moto in Finland
Dutchman Glenn Coldenhoff (Yamaha) has won the Grand Prix of Finland in the World Motocross World Championship in the MXGP on Sunday. Slovenian Tim Gajser, sixth in the Grand Prix in Hyvinkää, was crowned world champion for the fourth time.
In the second heat Coldenhoff won ahead of the Swiss Jeremy Seewer (Yamaha) and Maxime Renaux. Brent Van doninck finished fifth in the final standings, after a fourth fastest time in the second heat. Jeremy Van Horebeek, 23rd in the second heat, classified as thirteenth in the final standings.
In the battle for the world championship, Tim Gajser took sixth enough points to win his fourth world title. The Slovenian now has 674 points, 104 points more than Seewer, while there are only 100 points to share. Coldenhoff is on the podium with 525 points, Van Horebeek is eleventh (265) and Van Doninck thirteenth (238).
The next Grand Prix will be held in France on August 21.