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Jeremy Seewer was inevitably somewhat disappointed with his first MX2 moto 7th in Russia, but the Swiss ace was imperial in race two as he lapped all bar Brian Bogers ... and he didn't even know he'd won it ! "I didn't see Paturel crash and thought I was second." Three from the end he lapped overall winner Pauls Jonass, leaving only Bogers, two and a half minutes down, on the same lap. The ride brought memories of an equally dominant ride in 1998 by his boss Stefan Everts :D


All smiles in Russia from Arnaud Tonus and Jeremy Seewer as they took a double win for Switzerland in qualification at Orlyonok, but both boys had the forecast right as each declarted: "I just hope it doesn't rain too much tomorrow." It's been pissing it down since 5am and the ultra-fast raceway could be turned into a skating rink. Third Swiss Valentin Guillod wil not be affected; he's already on his way home with a fractured right hand from a first turn quali crash which also claimed Jeremy van Horebeek with a dislocated finger. First up this morning is EMX300 with Brad Anderson defending his 100% season after a clear win yesterday.

GAJSER BOWS OUT | 05.06.2017

Tim Gajser is out of the Russian GP and can wave goodbye to the MXGP world title. HRC has finally come clean and admitted that the Slovenian suffered a broken shoulderblade in his second crash at Teutschenthal three weeks ago, the full extent of the injury first becoming apparant when he had to withdraw from the French GP after qualification: "My shoulder injury is worse than we first realised, so I have to accept that I canít race this weekend in Russia." Evgeny Bobryshev, who fractured a collarbone in Germany, is confirmed to return for his home GP.


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