Desalle and Kawasaki win MXGP in tough terrain
Kawasaki find traction for first 2016 MXGP win
Weckman clinches EMX150 title
Clement Desalle emerged the winner of the MXGP round in the Netherlands after storms made the sand track extremely challenging. The Monster Energy Kawasaki rider finished both races in second place, scoring enough points to give him the overall win for the event and take the top step of the podium for the first time since joining the team. Desalle’s teammate, Jordi Tixier finished in tenth place. Both Honda riders struggled with the conditions after having a difficult qualifying and gate choice. Bobryshev and Paulin finished ninth and 14th
EMX150 – Honda 150 European Championship
Emil Weckman has retained the EMX150 title. The all-Dunlop Honda championship for juniors was dominated by the Finn who won eight of the ten races this season.
The riders used Dunlop Geomax MX11 sand tyre on the rear with the Geomax MX 3S on the front.
Eddy Seel, Dunlop MX Race Coordinator:
“Clement did a great job in conditions that can only be described as extreme. I’m really pleased that Kawasaki has finally achieved the result that we knew they were capable of. Looking to the future, I’m certain that we are going to see huge success for Emil Weckman. It is good for Dunlop to be able to be part of the development of such great young talent.”
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