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HECTIC | 05.07.2015

The action was hectic at a slippery Uddevalla, particularly in the vital early laps. Take a look at how close to - and over - the limit the riders were over the weekend in the Gallery. Go there by clicking


Jeffrey Herlings defied his broken collarbone, rib and back injury from Teutschenthal to win the first moto at Uddevalla, but the Dutch youngster got no further than the exit from turn one in race before slithering to the ground. A full medical report is still awaited but the initial diasgnosis is a dislocated little finger and a deep cut in his left hand. Tim Gajser completed his hat-trick of GP victories and is now just 78 down with seven GPs to go asnd his fellow podium placemen from Switzerland, Valentin Guillod and Jeremy Seewer asre 88 and 112 back respectively.


Romain Febvre made it four straight MXGP wins at Uddevalla to extend his series points lead over as brave Toni Cairoli to 39 as the HRC challenge wilted. In a roiugh tough GP Shaun Simpson took a first moto third behind the Yamnaha duo of Febvre and Jeremy Van Horebeek, but Tommy Searle's comeback was blighted by a fall in race one which left him needing two stitches in the forearm.


Ufo presented the revolutionary Recon E-AHL boot in Maggiora. The design is the result of a seven year development programme by ex-GP rider Alberto Barozzi, who secured the patent two years ago. "I first realised the need for more advanced protection when I lay in hospital with a broken left ankle and a torn achilles tendon in my right ankle," explained Barozzi. "Traditional boot design does not offer sufficient protection against all types of injury, but the AHL (ankle, hypertension, limit) exoskeleton not only offers increased protection against twisting the ankle, it controls both dorsal and plantar foot flexion, ensures compartment defence for the tibia and offers new levels of comfort."

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