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TARGET MEXICO | 29.07.2014

"8 days in.. 6,5 weeks to go. In front of schedule" Jeffrey Herlings has not given up hope of that third straight MX2 world title. You can see his first tentative leg exercises on the static cycle by clicking FIM chief medical officer David McManus said at the weekend: "I understand that the fracture has been pinned and that his leg is not in plaster; if he is receiving physio and electro treatment, and I would expect that he is, then it is quite possible that his leg will be strong enough by Mexico."

CZECH M8s | 28.07.2014

The Loket Serpentiny is a little different to your regular GP track and it was hard as rock on Sunday as Jeremy Van Horebeek took his first win amongst the big boys and Jordi Tixier finally took his first world victory of any kind to put Jeffrey Herlings under pressure weith his plans to return in Mexico. Click for more images from the Czech Republic @ the weekend.


Kiara - or is that Chiara (the girl herself prefers "K") ? - Fontanesi wrapped up her third consecutive WMX world title at Loket this morning after two turbulent races at the series finale. Compatriot Francesca Nocera held up series rival Meghan Rutledge long enough in the Saturday afternoon moto to leave the 20 year old needing just third in the final moto, and that is exactly what she got as Livia Lancelot ran out winner ahead of Rutledge. Once again Nat Kane, still not fully recovered from her June smack on the head, could not race and sole Brit Gabi Hamlet was a shadow of her usual self after a big crash in quali and didn't start race two.

CHASERS STAY CALM | 26.07.2014

The MX2 title chasers stayed calm today @ Loket as they prepared for the points chase tomorrow. Romain Febvre banged bars with Jose Butron for a couple of laps before scorching clear for the MX2 qualification win, while Jordi Tixier moved meticulously up the leaderboard for second. Only Dylan Ferrandis, who has to win six out of eight remaining motos, had trouble. but he showed great speed to recover from a first lap collision which left him trailed off the back of the pack for a sixth placed finish. There is everything to go for tomorrow as Jeffrey Herlings can only sit and home and watch through the next three GPs before his expected return for the Mexican showdown.

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