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German MXGP – who won and why

For the third GP out of the last four, wet weather affected the conditions for the MXGP World Motocross Championships this weekend, but the Liqui Moly MXGP of Germany provided more fantastic confrontations between the leading contenders in both classes at the Talkessel! But it was bad news for briton Billy Askew who fell in EMX250 qualifying and broke his thumb. He’s already had surgery.

What the weather could not affect, however, was the enthusiasm of the German fans, who created an incredible atmosphere in the tight valley of the Teutschenthal venue.  The hosting MSC Teutschenthal clubalso worked very hard with the MXGP track crew to keep the circuit in the best racing condition possible.

After struggling more than most in muddy conditions so far this season, reigning World Champion Jorge Prado took his sixth Grand Prix win of the season in MXGP, with two race wins for Red Bull GASGAS Factory Racing, achieved in his customary style of getting out early and holding off all challengers, although he certainly had challenges to contend with!  He leaves Germany with the red plate back on his machine, and a slender two-point lead in his pocket heading to Latvia.

In MX2, the Nestaan Husqvarna Factory Racing duo of series leader Kay de Wolf and Lucas Coenen battled hard, with the Belgian teenager coming out on top to make it three straight GP wins for the #96 rider. This moves him up to second in the Championship table, 59 points behind his teammate.

Tim Gajser took to the starting line first for Team HRC and knew that the start would be more vital than ever on the sticky circuit, which still had a hard base to affect traction amongst all the ruts. The Slovenian led the championship by six points over Jorge Prado after winning the RAM Qualifying Race .

For the first time this year, Glenn Coldenhoff took the Fox Holeshot Award for Fantic Factory Racing, with Henry Jacobi again getting involved on his Sarholz Racing KTM with the front runners, as Prado ran the German hero wide, allowing Gajser to briefly grab 2nd from the reigning Champ! However, Prado was having none of it and the pair got aggressive with each other in the first few corners!  Just after completing the move on Gajser, the Spaniard made a decisive move up the inside of Coldenhoff to take the lead halfway around the first lap!

Gajser took some time to get past Coldenhoff, and when he finally did on lap four, Prado was already eight seconds down the track.  Leading as well as usual and setting the fastest lap on lap four to immediately squash Gajser’s hopes of catching, it was the 9th GP race win of the year for the #1 plate holder. 

There was more battling going on behind him, though, as Calvin Vlaanderen worked his way forward for Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP, along with Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Jeffrey Herlings, who was outside of the top ten around the first corner! Romain Febvre, meanwhile, started touring, and pulled out of the weekend’s racing, turning straight into the Kawasaki Racing Team paddock on the third lap. 

Gajser seemed to not have his full speed available to him, and later confessed to suffering with intense arm-pump issues. Herlings fought past both the Slovenian and, on lap 14 of 17, Vlaanderen to take what would be a solid second place. Calvin passed Tim, but fell in a right hander by the start straight and gifted the position back.  They swapped places twice more, a loss of traction on a jump costing the Dutchman third position, and keeping the Honda man in the Championship lead by a single point going into race two!

Standing Construct Honda man Pauls Jonass made a late move on Coldenhoff to claim 5th, but ultimately no-one could touch Prado who took a win by 13 seconds from Herlings after backing off for the last few easy laps.

The rain held off and let the track dry out, making it around five or more seconds per lap faster than race one, and with the confidence to move to a slightly more outside gate, Prado grabbed his 9th Fox Holeshot Award of the season, but he had company this time in the shape of “The Bullet” as Herlings held an inside line in turn two to pass the Kawasaki Racing Team rider Jeremy Seewer for 2nd.   Gajser and Vlaanderen also got past the Swiss veteran to give chase to the flying Prado.

It looked like Herlings had got his claws into the reigning Champ with a series of faster laps that put him just a second shy of the leader. Then he hit a rut a little too hard and although he didn’t crash, it hurt his momentum and he was almost immediately under attack from Gajser!

On lap twelve the Slovenian made his move in the middle of the valley, and took up the chase to Prado! Vlaanderen and Coldenhoff held on to fourth and fifth, and Seewer made a late move to grab sixth from TeamShip To Cycle Honda Motoblouz SR veteran Valentin Guillod.

Gajser, just as Herlings before him, got to within a second of Prado, but the Spaniard simply would not crack and kept up his pace to break the pursuit, eventually winning by just over three seconds.  The Spaniard moves onto 44 Grand Prix wins for his career, two behind Gajser for sixth in the all-time win list.

Jorge Prado: “It was overall a perfect weekend. I’m super happy with my riding. Getting back to hard pack with more normal conditions for me. It was good with good starts too. Not much to say, I’m just very happy to get another win! We keep going like this with Latvia next,, which is a good track for me so let’s get some sand riding next week!”

Tim Gajser“With my first race I’m a bit disappointed you know, because I had a good start and was just behind Jorge (Prado) and Glenn (Coldenhoff) but couldn’t pass immediately so I lost a little bit of rhythm so I used wrong line and got arm pump and survival mode until the end. Race two was much better, we got a very pace with Jorge and Jeffrey (Herlings). I managed to make a pass toward the end but had to settle for second but riding was good and I’m happy to leave Germany with a podium. A big thank you to all my team.”

Jeffrey Herlings“It was not easy in the second race. It was really unlucky twice for me to come back on Tim (Gajser) with some lappers in between us and I couldn’t get close enough to Tim. But anyway 2-3 and third on the day which is not that bad. I got injured a couple of times on this track so I’m very happy to come back home safe and keep fighting for the championship as it’s still a long season. Proud of my day! “

Main Photo: Jorge Prado

Bottom Photos: 1.Tim Gajser; 2. Jeffrey Herlings 

MXGP – Grand Prix Race 1 – Top 10 Classification: 1. Jorge Prado (ESP, GASGAS), 36:00.648; 2. Jeffrey Herlings (NED, KTM), +0:12.895; 3. Tim Gajser (SLO, Honda), +0:14.689; 4. Calvin Vlaanderen (NED, Yamaha), +0:17.094; 5. Pauls Jonass (LAT, Honda), +0:22.867; 6. Glenn Coldenhoff (NED, Fantic), +0:31.524; 7. Andrea Bonacorsi (ITA, Yamaha), +0:40.501; 8. Brian Bogers (NED, Fantic), +0:45.931; 9. Jeremy Seewer (SUI, Kawasaki), +0:50.795; 10. Henry Jacobi (GER, KTM), +0:57.896

MXGP – Grand Prix Race 2 – Top 10 Classification: 1. Jorge Prado (ESP, GASGAS), 35:36.969; 2. Tim Gajser (SLO, Honda), +0:03.329; 3. Jeffrey Herlings (NED, KTM), +0:07.378; 4. Calvin Vlaanderen (NED, Yamaha), +0:41.166; 5. Glenn Coldenhoff (NED, Fantic), +0:49.615; 6. Jeremy Seewer (SUI, Kawasaki), +0:54.007; 7. Benoit Paturel (FRA, Yamaha), +1:11.756; 8. Tom Koch (GER, KTM), +1:19.029; 9. Valentin Guillod (SUI, Honda), +1:24.930; 10. Mattia Guadagnini (ITA, Husqvarna), +1:26.354

MXGP Overall – Top 10 Classification: 1. Jorge Prado (ESP, GASGAS), 36:00.648; 2. Jeffrey Herlings (NED, KTM), +0:12.895; 3. Tim Gajser (SLO, Honda), +0:14.689; 4. Calvin Vlaanderen (NED, Yamaha), +0:17.094; 5. Pauls Jonass (LAT, Honda), +0:22.867; 6. Glenn Coldenhoff (NED, Fantic), +0:31.524; 7. Andrea Bonacorsi (ITA, Yamaha), +0:40.501; 8. Brian Bogers (NED, Fantic), +0:45.931; 9. Jeremy Seewer (SUI, Kawasaki), +0:50.795; 10. Henry Jacobi (GER, KTM), +0:57.896 

MXGP – World Championship – Top 10 Classification: 1. Jorge Prado (ESP, GAS), 50 points; 2. Tim Gajser (SLO, HON), 42 p.; 3. Jeffrey Herlings (NED, KTM), 42 p.; 4. Calvin Vlaanderen (NED, YAM), 36 p.; 5. Glenn Coldenhoff (NED, FAN), 31 p.; 6. Jeremy Seewer (SUI, KAW), 27 p.; 7. Brian Bogers (NED, FAN), 23 p.; 8. Benoit Paturel (FRA, YAM), 21 p.; 9. Valentin Guillod (SUI, HON), 21 p.; 10. Mattia Guadagnini (ITA, HUS), 21 

MXGP – Manufacturers Classification: 1. Jorge Prado (ESP, GAS), 402 points; 2. Tim Gajser (SLO, HON), 400 p.; 3. Jeffrey Herlings (NED, KTM), 336 p.; 4. Romain Febvre (FRA, KAW), 327 p.; 5. Pauls Jonass (LAT, HON), 274 p.; 6. Jeremy Seewer (SUI, KAW), 267 p.; 7. Calvin Vlaanderen (NED, YAM), 263 p.; 8. Glenn Coldenhoff (NED, FAN), 231 p.; 9. Kevin Horgmo (NOR, HON), 161 p.; 10. Valentin Guillod (SUI, HON), 151 p

The MX2 class held the main hopes of the German crowd for some home success as their man Simon Laengenfelder, second in the points standings for Red Bull GASGAS Factory Racing, took the fastest lap in Time Practice, before a fall cost him a shot at the RAM Qualifying Race, which was won by Kay de Wolf. 

It was the man in form, Lucas Coenen, who took his first Fox Holeshot Award of the year to lead immediately in race one, but crowd favourite Laengenfelder was in second, and after disposing of Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Andrea Adamo around the first lap, so too was De Wolf – the top three in the series briefly in reverse order! 

It didn’t take the Dutchman long to get around the German, though, and took up the chase to Lucas Coenen.  The top five stayed in their order throughout the race, with Adamo fourth, and Rick Elzinga fifth for Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MX2. After carving past the Fantic Factory Racing MX2 machine of Kay Karssemakers on the third lap, Quentin Prugnieres was sixth for F&H Racing, despite holding off several attempts from Team HRC rookie Ferruccio Zanchi.  Liam Everts had one of those races to forget for Red Bull KTM Factory Racing, with a poor start and a further crash, just to nip past Zanchi on the final lap to salvage 7th.

De Wolf made several runs at Lucas, but this time the Belgian did not crack, and in fact it was Kay who made the mistakes as he chased, ultimately having to settle for second despite claiming the fastest lap of the race. It was Lucas’ fourth straight GP race win and left him just a point behind Laengenfelder for second in the series.

A fired up Laengenfelder took the Fox Holeshot Awardahead of Adamo and Elzinga, but De Wolf and Lucas Coenen battled past the Dutch Yamaha star and the reigning World Champion to try and chase down the crowd favourite as the valley vibrated to the sound of horns, hooters, and revving chainsaw engines encouraging their man to greater heights!

Despite this, De Wolf was through into the lead on the second lap, and Lucas got through on lap six.  Adamo also took advantage of a mistake by the German to grab third, but a few corners later he was on the ground after over balancing on a corner jump. He would recover to finish sixth. Just in front of the pit lane a lap later, De Wolf tipped over in a deep rut and handed the lead to his teammate! As Mikkel Haarup moved up to take a fine fourth place finish for Monster Energy Triumph Racing, so a pitched battle between the leading two men in the series took place.  De Wolf had issues in several deep ruts just as he was looking to attack, then in front of a bank of spectators on a long left-hander made a stunning move around Laengenfelder on lap 15!

It wasn’t over there though, as the red plate holder again made a mistake in a rut and allowed the German back past, only to repeat his earlier move to the anguish of the crowd and finally clinch second place! 

It was all too late to stop Lucas Coenen, however, who cruised to a win that buried the memories of a broken chain denying him his first GP win here 12 months ago.  It was a 9.5 second win that builds his streak to five straight race wins and three Grand Prix wins, and it moves him ahead of Laengenfelder to second in the Championship, 59 behind De Wolf.

Now the teams and crews head 1,400 km north-east to the sandy terrain of Kegums in Latvia, where The Bullet took his most recent Grand Prix win, and the battle will be joined in both classes once more!

Lucas Coenen“That’s three in a row, it’s amazing to see how everything can go perfectly let’s say. During the last few laps, I was quite nervous because of what happened last year but I can now get over it finally with winning Teutschenthal. I saw Kay crash which is a bummer as I wanted us to do the same as in the first race but I got the win so I’m happy. I can’t thank enough everybody around me.

Kay de Wolf“In general I had a very great weekend and I showed great speed all weekend long. I was really happy with my riding. I just did a small mistake and tipped over and got my leg stuck under the bike but in the end it went okay. It was hard to pass in the second race and all of a sudden, I found this outside line that helped me to pass Simon twice in a row. Now, we’ll go to Latvia where I had my first GP win so I’m really looking forward to it!”

Simon Laengenfelder“I’m happy to be on the podium for my home GP but for sure I want to be more in front of course. It’s a 2-3 today after some mistakes yesterday. I’m happy with my starts and also my riding that I think was great. I feel also good physically and my fitness is getting where I want it to be so let’s keep going for the next races” 

The fifth round of the EMX250 in Teutschenthal was an eventful one in the deep ruts of the German track that challenged every rider to pull off incredible skills to come out on top. 

It was the EMX250 red plate, Bud Racing Kawasaki’s Mathis Valin who was the winner of the day after showing a lot of composure with solid racing throughout the weekend and good determination. 

In Race 1, it was VRT Yamaha Racing’s Karlis Reisulis who managed the Holeshot just in front of Beddini GASGAS Factory Juniors’s Valerio Lata. The Italian then managed to get in front after a couple of corners. 

The new red plate Mathis Valin could have made a better start as he found himself 6th but charged quickly to get behind Valk in 4th at the end of the opening lap. The new addition to the Championship, American Gavin Towers from VRT Yamaha Racing made a decent start on his debut to pass the first lap in 7th position.

Reisulis showed very good speed after making a great start and was trailing by only a couple of seconds behind Lata for the first 3 laps. Further down, Valin begun to eat up the gap with Valk, 3rd at the time, and managed outsmart him on lap 4 with a combination to go inside out to pass the Dutch rider. On lap 6, all the effort of the Frenchman Valin came to a waste when he crashed out of 3rd place and picked himself up in 5th just in front of Towers. 

The other Frenchie, WZ Racing Team’s Maxime Grau managed to get up form 6th on the opening lap to 4th on lap 6 of 15, and overtook Valk for 3th a lap later after getting the best drive on a jump. Meanwhile Lata was setting his fastest lap of the race to move 6 seconds clear off Reisulis.

With 3 laps to go, the rained started to fall down but Lata kept the lead until the end while Reisulis could not hold off Grau as he passed the Latvian for 2nd and keep that place until the end. Reisulis settled for 3rd while Valin could only come back up to 5th.

Race 2 was an eventful one, but it started perfectly for Towers who took the Holeshot in front of Grau and Valin. Alexis Fueri from Fantic Factory Racing MX2 made a decent start in 4th with Lata 5th after a couple of corners. Fueri finish 8th in the end. 

After few corners, Towers tipped over and threw away his lead to pick himself in 4th. It gave Grau, Valin and Lata the opportunity to pull away. Also falling early on was Reisulis who managed to come back to a very good 8th place in the end. Cat Moto Bauerschmidt Husqvarna’s Nico Greutmann was one who started very well but fell a couple of times to finish 6th in the end. 

On lap 2, leader Grau got caught by his countryman Valin for the lead as the red plate took the inside line in a corner. Unfortunately, while chasing back Grau tipped over to find himself in 5th position. Valin led Lata and Towers who showed great technique and composure for his first European outing.

As the ruts were getting deeper, riders had to stay full focus to not make mistakes. This is what happen to Valin who miss stepped a rut and Lata took his chance to take the lead. Meanwhile Valk quickly climbed up to 4th where he would control this position until the end. 

Lata showed all his qualities as he kept the lead until the end but he unfortunately jumped on a waved yellow flag which would be very costly for the young talented Italian, as he lost the European Championship standard 10 positions-penalty. With the top 10 riders winning a position in race 2, the entire podium was shaken up. 

In the end, Valin climbed on the top step with a 5-1 and consolidated his red plate too. With two solid races, Grau went 2-4 for 2nd overall while Valk was the one who clinched an unexpected podium with a 3rd overall with a 4-3. 

Mathis Valin: “It was not a bad weekend at all. Of course, i don’t like to win like this but this is racing. Yesterday was a bit more complicated for me but I felt good on the track today. Now we go back to work and see you the next rounds”

Main Photo: Mathis Valin

Bottom Photos: 1. EMX250 Start; 2. EMX250 Podium

EMX250 – Race 1 – Classification: 1. Valerio Lata (ITA, GASGAS), 30:26.240; 2. Maxime Grau (FRA, KTM), +0:01.553; 3. Karlis Alberts Reisulis (LAT, Yamaha), +0:15.056; 4. Cas Valk (NED, KTM), +0:19.029; 5. Mathis Valin (FRA, Kawasaki), +0:26.746; 6. Gavin Towers (USA, Yamaha), +0:40.062; 7. Ivano Van Erp (NED, Yamaha), +0:43.874; 8. Francisco Garcia (ESP, GASGAS), +0:44.426; 9. Benjamin Garib (CHI, Kawasaki), +0:55.803; 10. Maximilian Werner (GER, Honda), +1:08.088

EMX250- Race 2 – Classification:  1. Mathis Valin (FRA, Kawasaki), 30:40.235; 2. Gavin Towers (USA, Yamaha), +0:08.815; 3. Cas Valk (NED, KTM), +0:11.665; 4. Maxime Grau (FRA, KTM), +0:29.571; 5. Nico Greutmann (SUI, Husqvarna), +0:56.626; 6. Saad Soulimani (MAR, Yamaha), +1:14.735; 7. Karlis Alberts Reisulis (LAT, Yamaha), +1:18.571; 8. Alexis Fueri (FRA, Fantic), +1:22.448; 9. Benjamin Garib (CHI, Kawasaki), +1:43.992; 10. Liam Owens (AUS, Husqvarna), +1:45.862

EMX250 – Overall Classification: 1. Mathis Valin (FRA, KAW), 41 points; 2. Maxime Grau (FRA, KTM), 40 p.; 3. Cas Valk (NED, KTM), 38 p.; 4. Gavin Towers (USA, YAM), 37 p.; 5. Valerio Lata (ITA, GAS), 35 p.; 6. Karlis Alberts Reisulis (LAT, YAM), 34 p.; 7. Nico Greutmann (SUI, HUS), 26 p.; 8. Benjamin Garib (CHI, KAW), 24 p.; 9. Saad Soulimani (MAR, YAM), 23 p.; 10. Alexis Fueri (FRA, FAN), 22 p

EMX250- Championship Classification:  1. Mathis Valin (FRA, KAW), 212 points; 2. Cas Valk (NED, KTM), 186 p.; 3. Valerio Lata (ITA, GAS), 182 p.; 4. Maxime Grau (FRA, KTM), 137 p.; 5. Ivano Van Erp (NED, YAM), 132 p.; 6. Saad Soulimani (MAR, YAM), 130 p.; 7. Francisco Garcia (ESP, GAS), 113 p.; 8. Karlis Alberts Reisulis (LAT, YAM), 105 p.; 9. Nico Greutmann (SUI, HUS), 104 p.; 10. Alexis Fueri (FRA, FAN), 79 p

EMX250 – Manufacturers Classification:  1. Kawasaki, 212 points; 2. KTM, 212 p.; 3. GASGAS, 205 p.; 4. Yamaha, 192 p.; 5. Husqvarna, 118 p.; 6. Fantic, 79 p.; 7. Honda, 59 p

The round four of the FIM Women’s Motocross World Championship in Teutschenthal saw some great action and an amazing scenario for the German fans who came in number despite changing and difficult weather conditions.

The round was won by one of their own in the person of Larissa Papenmeier from SYE Racing Team 423. The German won for the first time since 2021 and what a better way to do it than on home soil for the rider with the longest career in the championship.

In Race 1, it was the home star Larissa Papenmeier who swept across to take the Holeshot and the lead with it in front of RFME Spain National Team’s Daniela Guillen and Schmicker Racing’s Lynn Valk and MXFONTA RACING’s Kiara Fontanesi. The red plate De Baets Yamaha MX-Team’s Lotte Van Drunen had a bad start compared to her usual standards and passed the line of the opening lap in 6th position.

During the opening lap the German took the outside line in a corner while Guillen stormed on the inside to take the lead. Then a lap later it was Fontanesi, who maybe after seeing Guillen earlier, repeated the same move than the Spanish to take the 2nd place. 

Van Drunen managed to get herself quickly up to 5th on lap 2 and charged Valk to move up to 4th a couple of laps later. Things got tougher for Papenmeier with the Red Plate on her tail. Van Drunen attacking Papenmeier after fifteen minutes but the German repeatedly shut the door. German crowd making huge noise as Papenmeier held off the series leader.

However, Papenmeier put on a valiant effort but had bow on lap 10 of 12 when she struggled in some ruts before a jump as Van Drunen got the momentum to move up to 3rd.   

Meanwhile Guillen was comfortably at the top as he pulled away from Fontanesi. The Spanish rode superbly and controlled it from the front controlled the pace until the end to win the race. Fontanesi with her best race of the season at that time put a great option for the overall win. Van Drunen was way behind the top 2 and had to settle for 3rd in the end with Papenmeier behind in 4th. 

The front 5 riders with Valk in 5th did a good a job to get a chance to get on the podium.

With the rain falling in the morning, race 2 was bound to be an exciting one. It was Valk who took the best start in front of an excellent Papenmeier who seemed to get an extra push and help by her home fans who made themselves heard the whole weekend. Both riders swapped places a couple of time in the first corners but Valk took the advantage and the lead. 

Sara Andersen started very well in 3rd while Guillen saw herself in 5th but crashed in the opening lap and picked herself up in 12th with no front guard to work with.

Meanhwhile, Fontanesi quickly went up to 4th while Van Drunen with another bad start was up to 6th at the turn of the opening lap. However, Van Drunen started her comeback and passed April Franzoni on lap 2 for 5th. She then kept going and charging at the front. 

Andersen fell down the standing with Fontanesi and Van Drunen passing the Dane over the course of two laps. On lap 7 of 10, Fontanesi was virtually on the top step of the podium when she fell down and picked herself up in 7th and ending up in 8th.

Valk at the lead was racing for the top spot of the podium while Papenmeier eyed the 2nd place. Guillen charge up to 7th on lap 4 after her mistake in the opening lap and managed to get up to 4th in the end. 

With three laps to go, suddenly Van Drunen started to attack Papenmeier for second but the German stayed strong to keep the second spot and deny the young Dutch talisman.

In the end while Valk won the second race, she got a two-place penalty for not respecting a waved yellow flag during the race and lost two places, which demoted her from the podium for a 4th overall. That fact, consequentially gave the race win to home hero Papenmeier, and therefore winning the overall on home ground with a 4-1. It was her first win since 2021 which added to the emotion. 

Second on the podium was the Spaiard Guillen who fought back heroically after falling at the beginning of race 2 to finish 4th. Closing the podium was red plate Van Drunen, securing her lead in the championship with a solid weekend. 

Larissa Papenmeier: “It was really tough, especially on home soil. I hard the fans and I was super nervous as I heard them every lap. On Saturday was already goo for me and was satisfied with it. Today, with the tough conditions, ruts were deep and you had to stay focus and find your lines. I’m really speechless, I don’t know what to say! Fans were incredible and supported me so much. It’s a dream come true to win on home soil!”

Main Photo: WMX Podium 

Top Photo: Larissa Papenmeier 

Bottom Photos: 1. WMX Start; 2. Podium Celebration

WMX – Race 1 – Classification: 1. Daniela Guillen (ESP, GASGAS), 25:53.959; 2. Kiara Fontanesi (ITA, GASGAS), +0:13.081; 3. Lotte Van Drunen (NED, Yamaha), +0:35.636; 4. Larissa Papenmeier (GER, Honda), +0:42.721; 5. Lynn Valk (NED, KTM), +1:04.139; 6. Malou Jakobsen (DEN, KTM), +1:34.248; 7. Sara Andersen (DEN, KTM), +1:38.025; 8. April Franzoni (FRA, Honda), +1:51.739; 9. Shana van der Vlist (NED, Yamaha), +2:05.135; 10. Danee Gelissen (NED, Yamaha), +2:17.874

WMX – Race 2 – Classification:  1. Larissa Papenmeier (GER, Honda), 25:47.493; 2. Lotte Van Drunen (NED, Yamaha), +0:02.518; 3. Lynn Valk (NED, KTM), +-1:54.990; 4. Daniela Guillen (ESP, GASGAS), +0:50.791; 5. Sara Andersen (DEN, KTM), +0:56.323; 6. Danee Gelissen (NED, Yamaha), +1:23.927; 7. April Franzoni (FRA, Honda), +1:40.336; 8. Kiara Fontanesi (ITA, GASGAS), +1:41.761; 9. Malou Jakobsen (DEN, KTM), +2:37.167; 10. Lucy Barker (GBR, KTM), -1 lap(s)

WMX – Overall Classification: 1. Larissa Papenmeier (GER, HON), 43 points; 2. Daniela Guillen (ESP, GAS), 43 p.; 3. Lotte Van Drunen (NED, YAM), 42 p.; 4. Lynn Valk (NED, KTM), 36 p.; 5. Kiara Fontanesi (ITA, GAS), 35 p.; 6. Sara Andersen (DEN, KTM), 30 p.; 7. April Franzoni (FRA, HON), 27 p.; 8. Malou Jakobsen (DEN, KTM), 27 p.; 9. Danee Gelissen (NED, YAM), 26 p.; 10. Alexandra Massury (GER, KTM), 18 p

WMX – Championship Classification: 1. Lotte Van Drunen (NED, YAM), 183 points; 2. Daniela Guillen (ESP, GAS), 175 p.; 3. Kiara Fontanesi (ITA, GAS), 141 p.; 4. Lynn Valk (NED, KTM), 141 p.; 5. Sara Andersen (DEN, KTM), 123 p.; 6. Larissa Papenmeier (GER, HON), 122 p.; 7. Courtney Duncan (NZL, KAW), 101 p.; 8. Malou Jakobsen (DEN, KTM), 94 p.; 9. Shana van der Vlist (NED, YAM), 89 p.; 10. April Franzoni (FRA, HON), 79 p.

WMX – Manufacturers Classification:  1. Yamaha, 183 points; 2. GASGAS, 177 p.; 3. KTM, 145 p.; 4. Honda, 122 p.; 5. Kawasaki, 113 p.; 6. Husqvarna, 44 p