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ARCO | 19.04.2015

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BOBBY JOB | 18.04.2015

Evgeny Bobryshev scorched back to form today at Arco di Trento. The Russian topped all timed sessions and was the only front runner to stay on two wheels in the qualifying race for a sensational win. Red plate holder Clement Desalle went down first time over the finish jump, Gautier Paulin sprinted past Ryan Villopoto to run down leader Toni Cairoli before they both went down before Bobby swept past RV2 with four laps to go as TC & Paulin also came back at the American. Max Nagl, usually the man on tracks like this, could only manage 6th after being passed by Romain Febvre, while Shaun Simpson was a strong 7th after difficult timed sessions and Tommy Searle 7th. Adam Sterry came through the pack for second to Maxime Desprey in EMX2 with Michael Eccles 6th after defending champion Steven Clarke went out of second when the rear suspension collapsed :(


Glen Meier, 16 year old Danish kid in the Kosak KTM team, took the first Euro points of 2015 when he ripped past Factory Racing's Jorge Prado to run away with the first EMX125 moto at Arco. The Spanish kid eventually dropped back to 4th while sole Brit qualifier Conrad Mewse clawed his way back to 10th after getting boxed in at the start. Drizzle greeted GP qualifying as Jeffrey Herlings took MX2 for the 4th straight GP with Max Anstie 10th & Ben Watson 14th. MXGP qualifying & the EMX2 opener follow.


Tommy Searle is back on the GP trail at Arco di Trento this weekend: "I got the all-clear at the start of the week so I flew straight down to Rome and have been out on the bike twice. I'm obviously not 100% up to speed but I've been able to carry on with my physical training on the gym so I should be OK physically, and I'm happier making my comeback here than next week in Valkenswaard or waiting three weeks for Spain; in fact getting race practice and starts with no pressure here and next week should set me up to be able to race up front at Talavera and Matterley."

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