5 conclusions about MXGP of Spain

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5 conclusions about MXGP of Spain

1- Tim Gajser again proved why he is the leader. The Slovenian jovencísimo of only 19 years won both the first and the second set and already outstrips 24 points to the great myth Romain Febvre and Antonio Cairoli. The Sicilian struggled throughout the weekend and will again complicate the World Championship.

 2- Jose Antonio Butrón made a great performance in Talavera leaving both sleeves in eleventh position. Undoubtedly one of the best performances of the Spanish driver this season. This is the level expected of ten times Motocross champion Spain. Notably Butron is just a race again proclaimed champion of his country.

3- Jeffrey Herlings again demonstrated its vast superiority to its rivals in the MX2 category. A few weeks ago the Dutch, after losing to Ferrandis, he said he would try to win all the big prizes that lay ahead. And so it is doing in Talavera won both races, and the World is now 122 points over second-placed Jeremy Seewer.

4- The rider Jezyk Racing Team, Alex Santín, who had lately been unlucky, managed to enter the European Top 20, leaving thirty-ninth in EMX 125. The best Spanish has managed to be Sergi Notario  has been at the gates of top ten in the overall

5- The economic and social impact of the GP Talavera de la Reina has not disappointed the organizers. It is estimated that between 15,000 and 17,000 people have passed at some point the two days of motocross in El Cerro Negro.

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