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7. März 2022

AirohRiders impress at round two of 2022 MX2 in Mantua

2022.03 MX2 02Mantova

MX2 2022 - Mantova - Round 02

MXGP of Lombardia: this weekend took the second Grand Prix of the 2022 Motocross World Championship in Mantua (ITA).

Andrea Adamo impresses at round two of 2022 with the first podium in MX2. Tom Vialle places 2nd in the first MX2 moto in Italy but crashes in moto two and is out of the points.

Simon Langenfelder:"I did not have the best gate pick, especially for this track, but I had a good first corner in the first moto and was around tenth. I made some passes and got up to seventh, which I was happy with. My start in the second moto was a little bit worse. I made passes and then crashed around the halfway mark, but I was already feeling unbelievably good. I caught the riders ahead of me and finished second. It was an unbelievable feeling – I was so happy! I think that we made the best out of a bad weekend.”

Mattia Guadagnini:"It was not the best weekend for me. I just could not make it work today. I did not have the best start in the first moto, but I was around fifth and then I crashed. I made some passes and finished eleventh. My start was really bad in the second moto – I was not riding too bad in that one though. I finished ninth. I know that I am a lot better than this. I am sure that we will be at the front soon."

Tom Vialle: “A strange weekend. It started well with P2 on Saturday so I had a good place in the gate. The first moto was OK. 2nd again was good but I wasn’t that happy with my riding. We changed the bike a bit for the second moto and I felt better. I was leading but the jump take-off had been watered and it was still early in the race. It was a huge crash! I was very lucky. I’m thankful for that. We have Argentina next and a bit of time now to train and to continue to improve.”

Jeremy Sydow: “Unfortunately, the results don't quite reflect my weekend. Nevertheless, I felt more comfortable on the bike from lap to lap, which my lap times also prove. We'll take the positives from the weekend and now focus on the next race in Argentina”.

Motocross World Championship | round #02 Mantova

P02 | Andrea Adamo (GASGAS) SM Action Racing Team

P04 | Simon Längenfelder (GASGAS) Red Bull GASGAS Factory Racing

P09 | Mattia Guadagnini (GASGAS) Red Bull GASGAS Factory Racing

P11 | Tom Vialle (KTM) Red Bull KTM Factory Racing

P17 | Gianluca Facchetti (KTM) Team Beddini Racing

P18 | Jeremy Sydow (KTM) DIGA Procross KTM Racing Team

Motocross European Championship | round #01 Mantova

P35 | Federico Tuani (GASGAS) SM Action Racing Team

credits: press.ktm.com; gasgas press center; DIGA-Procross ;SM Action Racing; Yamaha Europe MJC

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