Tag "Simon Laengenfelder"

2022 MXGP of Charente Maritime (France) Recap

Last week, Tim Gajser wrapped up his fourth MXGP World Championship in Finland over Jeremy Seewer. Although that is all settled, the MX2 Championship, unequivocally the better of the two this year, is still very much alive.

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2022 MXGP of Sweden Recap

Now in the final four rounds of the MXGP season, a mini tour of Scandinavia kicked off the end of the season, starting in Sweden. Uddevalla hadn’t been on the schedule in nearly three years due to the pandemic, with Glenn Coldenhoff and Tom Vialle coming out on top in 2019.

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2022 MXGP of Czechia Recap

The MXGP season resumed after a double-bye week at the Czech Republic’s Loket circuit. Here, the real push towards Championships and the Motocross Des Nations really begins, with seven GP’s plus a trip to RedBud in just under a dozen-week span. 

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2022 MXGP of Indonesia Recap

After a week off and an unfathomable amount of travel miles and expenses, MXGP touched ground in Indonesia this weekend. This flyaway trip marks the second of two of such MXGP rounds, and the lone trip to Asia this year.

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2022 MXGP of France Recap

Few Motocross courses on the planet can stack up with the famed Ernee facility in France. A host to multiple Motocross Des Nations, and a few several dozen MXGP rounds, the hillside track may be the best in the world.

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2022 MXGP of Spain Recap

Round nine of the 2022 MXGP season took place in the backyard of both Jorge Prado and Ruben Fernandez in central Spain. Two months ago, Prado won a hop, skip, and a jump away over in Portugal, and last won in Spain in 2020.

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2022 MXGP of Latvia Recap

On the docket for the MXGP lads this weekend was the annual trip to Latvia at the Kegums facility. The former Motocross Des Nations host track serves as the home race for native Latvian and former MX2 World Champion Pauls Jonass.

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2022 MXGP of Lombardia Recap

The MXGP riders made their first stop to Italy this weekend at the Lombardia circuit. Tim Gajser, the preseason favorite, opened up the premier class a week ago with a 1-2 for the Grand Prix win, which was more or less expected.

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