Motocross rider Jeffrey Herlings has won the Italian Grand Prix. The Dutchman secured his first win of the season with a win in the second moto on the soaking wet and muddy track in Maggiora. He had finished in sixth place in the first race.
Herlings finished with compatriot Glenn Coldenhoff and Italian Antonio Cairoli on 40 points after two motos. Thanks to his victory in the second race, the overall victory in the Italian Grand Prix went to the 2018 world champion.
Coldenhoff finished fourth and second in Italy. Calvin Vlaanderen (18th) and Brian Bogers (22nd) played a supporting role in the third GP of the season.
In the World Cup standings, defending champion Tim Gajser leads with 124 points. The Slovenian had to settle for seventh place in the final standings in Italy. As number 2 in the World Cup standings, Herlings has only 6 points less than Gajser. De Brabander started the new season with second place in Russia and finished third in the Grand Prix of Great Britain last weekend.
The next Grand Prix is on July 18 in the Netherlands at the cross circuit in Oss.
Source: RTL Nieuws by www.rtlnieuws.nl.
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