The 14th round of FIM world championship took place in Vantaa, Finland on 30th July.
A rather unknown track for most of the riders.
Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team, Glenn Coldenhoff finished in 3rd position followed by his teammate Jeremy Seewer, same ranking as Belgium GP, but with this race Glenn Coldenhoff grab a position in the world championship ranking to be at 3rd position just behind Jeremy.
In MX2 we find Lucas Coenen from Nestaan Husqvarna Factory Racing in 4th position, followed by Horgmo Kevin from F&H Kawasaki Racing Team.
13th round of the FIM Motocross World Championship tooks place in Belgium on 23rd July at the famous deep sand circuits of lommel. With a new circuit’s layout and rain it was a a gruelling test of skill and endurance for the riders.
For the 50th year anniversary of the YZ, Yamaha Factory teams were running with a special color that reminds the first YZ colors.
Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team, Glenn Coldenhoff finished at 3rd position, his teammate finished at 4th position.
Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MX2 Team, Jago Geerts offered a one-man show at home race with 2 victories on races and 1 more in the qualifying race that brought him 60 points to be now 13 points behind the current World Championship leader Andrea Adamo.
On the second place of the podium we find another Belgium rider, Lucas Coenen, from Nestaan Husqvarna Factory Racing.
12th round of the FIM Motocross World Championship tooks place in Czech Republic in Loket on 16th July.
Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team, Jeremy Seewer finished at 3rd position, which allowed him to grab one place on the world championship standing and be on the current podium, his teammate Glenn Coldenhoff finished at 5th position.
Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MX2 Team, Jago Geerts won the Czech Republic GP for the second year in a row.
On the podium we also find Kay De Wolf at 3rd position from Nestaan Husqvarna Factory Racing team, followed by Horgmo Kevin from F&H Kawasaki Racing Team.
Next round will take place in Belgium at the Lommel circuit. See you there !
Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team Glenn Coldenhoff finished in second position. His team mate Seewer Jeremy is also in top 5 with 4th position.
3rd place for Thibault Benistant In MX2, the Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MX2 rider is now second on the world championship classification. Roan V.D.M from Nestaan Husqvarna Factory Racing finished at the 4th position and also grabbed one position in the world classification.
MXGP Round 7 took place in France on 21st May at Villars sous Ecot, near Switzerland. A Great weekend for Yamaha factory teams in both categories.
The Swiss rider, Jeremy Seewer achived a 1-2 finish for the overall win in this French GP. Thibault Benistant won the home GP in MX2 which bring some joy to the Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MX2 Team after the crash of Jago Geert during qualifying race. The Championship leader was unable to race due to a broken wrist.
MXGP Round 6 took place in Madrid on 7th May, Glenn Coldenhoff from Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team finished the GP at 5th position followed by his team mate Jeremy Seewer.
In MX2 Jago Geerts from Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MX2 Team finalize the race at the second position , Nestaan Husqvarna Factory Racing rider Kay De Wolf is at 4th position in this GP. Both riders are maitaining their podium’s position in the overall World championship classification with respective 1st and 3rd.
RK sponsored riders Jeremy Seewer from Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team finished at 5th position followed by his teammate Glenn Coldenhoff.
Top 3 podium with RK chains for MX2 ! Jago Geerts the current leader of the championship finished at 1st position,
followed by the 2 Netherlands riders from Husqvarna factory team, Kay De Wolf and Roan Van de Moosdijk.
RK sponsored riders Jeremy Seewer and Glenn Coldenhoff from Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team respectively finished 1st and 3rd.
Thibault Benistant on the podium for home race !
After a late start caused by a motorcycle that doesn’t start during the first race, Thibault won the second race to place himself at the 3rd overall position of this French GP.
His team mate Jago geerts finished the race at 2nd position!
In MX2 Jago Geerts is still on the podium but at 3rd position after a crash on a wet spot which makes him lose the lead in the provisional MX2 worlchampionship ranking.
MXGP round 8 held on 15th May in Italy. A Hot day for the riders with challenging condition on the sand dunes track of Riola Sardo.
In MXGP, the Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team riders follow each other in the ranking with a 3rd position for Glenn Coldenhoff, followed by Maxime Renaux and Jeremy Seewer. More than half of top 10 riders are using RK chains !
Jago Geerts in MX2 seems to have a subscription to the podium and we are not surprise to find him at 2nd position but his team mate Thibault Benistant followed him and get his first podium of the season ! 4 drivers in the top 5 use RK chains !
First podium of the season and position 2 at home GP for Paul Jonass from Standing Construct Husqvarna Factory MXGP !
A perfect weekend for Jago Geerts from Monster energy Yamaha MX2 who dominate the races with a double win, which allowed him to Recaptures the red plate ! Horgmo Kevin from F&H Kawasaki racin team on the podium for the first time this season with the second place !
MXGP Round 4 took place in Agueda on 3rd April in portugal.
Despite a dislocated shoulder 2 weeks ago, Brian Bogers from Standing Construct Husqvarna Factory Racing provide us an impressive performance and gets his first podium of the season with a 3rd place in the GP classification.
Jago Geerts from Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MX2 had a big crash on the first race but he managed to catch-up his delay and took his fourth consecutive podium with a 3rd position in Portugal GP. His team mate Thibault Benistant enter in the competitionwith a 7th position after missed the first 3 rounds.
MXGP Round 3 took place in Neuquén on 20th March in Argentina.
After 2 years absence due to covid-19 the riders and teams are back to Argentina on a track which offered high speeds, many jumps and a nice natural atmosphere surrounded of lakes, moutains and forests.
Maxime Renaud from Yamaha Factory finished at second position for the second consecutive time which moves him up one place in the world ranking. The rookie is now 2nd overall in world standing.
In MX2, Jago Geerts also finished on second position of the podium for the second consecutive time ! He maintains his 1st world standing position at this moment.
Next round, the teams will be back in Europe for the GP of Portugal !
2022 MXGP & MX2 – Round 16 – Grand of UK – Matterley Basin.
MXGP season opens with a first race that took place on 27th February in UK at Matterley Basin. Just a week ago, storm Eunice had left a trail of destruction in UK including Matterley Basin which forced FIM World Championship to postpone the race for a week.
7 riders out of 10 sponsored with RK chains are classified in the top 10 ranking for this first race. First time for Seewer to start a season with a Podium, closely followed by his Yamaha’s team mates. In MX2 also RK supported rider did a great job with 6 riders out of 10 in the top ranking ! After a crash, Yamaha Factory’s rider Geerts went down and had to resume in ninth place to finally grab the 3rd place in GP classification with a first podium to strat this 2022 season!
2021 MXGP & MX2- Round 11 – Grand Prix of Germany – Teuntschenthal.
Pauls Jonass, Jeremy Seewer and Glenn Coldenhoff equipped with RK Chains respectively finished the GP of Germany from 4th to the 6th place. They maintain the 6th, 7th and 8th place in the overall ranking.
After two races, Brian Bogers was awarded 8th place in the GP, making him 11th overall.
Maxime Renaux at the top of his form registers 45 points more, remaining first in the general classification with the score of 448 Points.
His partner Jago Geerts from the Monster Energy Yamaha MX2 Team becomes 2nd in the overall standings, with 34 points scored during this weekend he overtakes Mattia Guadagnini.
In one week’s time the 12th MXGP/MX2 GP takes place.
Will Jeremy Seewer be able to reach 5th place in the overall standings as the remaining rounds go by?
While Maxime Renaux seems to be unstoppable who of the other riders will make it to the TOP 5?
The FIM Motocross of Nations took place from the 24th to the 26th September in Mantova Italy.
Through 3 races the National teams fought for the first place and it is with 37 points that the Italians honoured their country by winning the 74th Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations title.
With 38 and 39 points the Dutch and the British didn’t let themselves be outdone, among others Ben Watson sponsored with RK Chains finished 3rd and 4th, his partner Shaun Simpson took the 6th position.
On the Dutch side Glenn Coldenhoff and Roan Van De Moosdijk who gave their support to Jeffrey Herlings allowing them to be Second.
2021 MXGP & MX2- Round 10 – Grand Prix of Sardegna – Riola Sardo.
The 10th round of MXGP/MX2 took place in Italy from 18th to 19th September.
Jeremy Seewer with RK chains finished 5th in the Riola Sardo Circuit.
Maxime Renaux and Jago Geerts from Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MX2 Team respectively finished 2nd and 4th.
Honorable mention to Kay de Wolf that climbed to the 3rd position of the Podium.
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