Victorious Gajser makes it two MXGP overalls in a row

Victorious Gajser makes it two MXGP overalls in a row

27.05.2019: MXGP of France MXGP 2019 Round 7 Team HRCís Tim Gajser made it two overall victories in row, as he swept the MXGP of France in convincing one-one fashion. The Slovenian rider was made to work for both moto wins, but he proved all weekend tha

MXGP of France
MXGP 2019   Round 7




Team HRC’s Tim Gajser made it two overall victories in row, as he swept the MXGP of France in convincing one-one fashion. The Slovenian rider was made to work for both moto wins, but he proved all weekend that he was the fastest rider on the track and this speed shone through as he won his fourth consecutive race to close the gap at the top of the MXGP championship to just 10 points. For team mate Brian Bogers, he wasn’t able to put in the results that he wanted but now has a weekend off to try and build for the eighth round of the series in Orlyonok, Russia on June 8-9.



With confidence high after his double moto win in Portugal last weekend, Gajser knew that another good performance here would really get him right back into the championship battle. With the hard-pack surface suiting his skillset, he and his CRF450RW were fastest in every session on Saturday and then he backed that up on Sunday with two smooth and controlled motos. In the first race, he quickly moved to the front of the field after a top five start, where he then put in a couple of sprint laps to create a gap that he managed until the chequered flag.



For race two, he had to work a bit harder as a bad jump meant he had to work his way through from around 10th place. He moved into fourth place after a lap and then gradually worked his way to the front of the field, with some nice passes and real display of throttle control on this tricky St Jean d’Angely track. The two wins meant 50 points and that has closed the gap at the top of the MXGP championship to just 10 points, with eleven rounds still remaining.


Orlyonok in Russia is another hillside venue, with the stony surface very similar to the one this weekend in France. This means that as he heads into this short break, it should give Gajser even more confidence that he can extend this current winning run and maintain this high level of performance that has seen him win six of the last eight motos. It is also a place that Bogers has performed well at in the past and the Dutch rider will be hoping that revisiting the track can revive his fortunes that have taken a bit of a downward trend in the past couple of rounds.



A crash early on in race one left him with a lot of work to do and he couldn’t quite make it all the way back to the points scoring positions. Race two went better as he scored six points and rode a pace similar to those inside the top 10 but he’ll still be hoping for more and this weekend off should give him the chance to help make that happen.   
   


       
Tim Gajser  243



I’m really happy how both days went. I was having fun on the track and even though it was rough and sketchy in some places, it was still enjoyable to race on. In the first race, I took a little time to pass the guys in front of me before getting the lead and making a gap to control the race. In the second moto I clipped the gate and almost went over the handlebar off the start but I recovered and near the back it felt like.



I made some passes to get near the front and then settled for a couple of laps in third before making a strike to get out front. I’m just really happy how things are going at the moment and I hope to continue this momentum into Russia. I am having fun on the bike and I am enjoying putting in the work with the rest of Team HRC. We have a great environment that is helping me this season and it is such a great feeling to win these races and reward the effort that everyone is putting in.         

   
       
   
Brian Bogers  189


It didn’t go as well as I hoped it would go today. I didn’t get the best start in race one and I crashed early on. I was riding against myself and made a lot of mistakes. It definitely wasn’t an enjoyable experience out there. In race two I got a better start and was around 13th and I felt a lot better.



Unfortunately I stalled the bike and lost a couple of positions so that didn’t help me, but the riding felt much better that the first race and I think my laptimes were good so although the end result wasn’t what I was after, I still hope I can use this to build towards the next race in Russia.         

   
       

   
Marcus Pereira de Freitas
HRC General Manager - MXGP




Tim once again proved just how fast he can ride, and looked extremely impressive all weekend. The laptimes he was putting in on Saturday showed that he and the bike were working really well together and we just kept that momentum on Sunday when he showed again that he can perform under pressure and still control a race on a very tricky track.


He has now won the last two overalls and closed the gap right up in the championship battle so we are extremely excited to head to Russia. There is a weekend off now, so we must remained focused but everyone in Team HRC is concentrating on the job at hand and confidence is running high.



We also hope that Brian can get his level back to like we saw in Mantova and Trentino. He has shown he can do it, so we must all work together to get him riding like that again. We know he has done well in Russia in the past, so we are hopeful of a similar effort after this weekend off.         

   
       
   
    Race 1



1    GAJSER Tim     243    SLO    25    Team HRC - MXGP    Honda    34:13.037
2    CAIROLI Antonio     222    ITA    22    Red Bull KTM Factory Racing    KTM    6.617
3    TONUS Arnaud     4    SWI    20    Wilvo Yamaha MXGP    Yamaha    10.299
4    SEEWER Jeremy     91    SWI    18    Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team    Yamaha    28.701
5    FEBVRE Romain     461    FRA    16    Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team    Yamaha    31.735
6    DESALLE Clement     25    BEL    15    Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing    Kawasaki    35.329
7    JASIKONIS Arminas     27    LTU    14    Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing    Husqvarna    35.836
8    LUPINO Alessandro     77    ITA    13    Gebben V Venrooy Kawasaki    Kawasaki    48.968
9    LIEBER Julien     33    BEL    12    Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing    Kawasaki    58.570
10    LEOK Tanel     7    EST    11    A1M Husqvarna    Husqvarna    59.429
11    COLDENHOFF Glenn     259    NDL    10    Standing Construct KTM    KTM    1:00.403
12    MONTICELLI Ivo     128    ITA    9    iFly JK Racing    Yamaha    1:06.682
13    VAN HOREBEEK Jeremy     89    BEL    8    Honda SR Motoblouz    Honda    1:09.366
14    SEARLE Tommy     100    GBR    7    Bike It DRT Kawasaki    Kawasaki    1:10.976
15    SIMPSON Shaun     24    GBR    6    RFX KTM Racing    KTM    1:11.416
16    PAULIN Gautier     21    FRA    5    Wilvo Yamaha MXGP    Yamaha    1:18.799
17    PATUREL Benoit     6    FRA    4    Gebben V Venrooy Kawasaki    Kawasaki    1:21.591
18    STRIJBOS Kevin     22    BEL    3    JWR Yamaha Racing    Yamaha    1:25.251
19    TIXIER Jordi     911    FRA    2    Team VHR KTM Racing    KTM    1:28.224
20    GOLE Anton     297    SWE    1    iFly JK Racing    Yamaha    1:30.523
   
   
       
   
    Race 2



1    GAJSER Tim     243    SLO    25    Team HRC - MXGP    Honda    34:00.904
2    FEBVRE Romain     461    FRA    22    Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team    Yamaha    5.375
3    TONUS Arnaud     4    SWI    20    Wilvo Yamaha MXGP    Yamaha    7.314
4    DESALLE Clement     25    BEL    18    Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing    Kawasaki    19.675
5    PAULIN Gautier     21    FRA    16    Wilvo Yamaha MXGP    Yamaha    21.553
6    LIEBER Julien     33    BEL    15    Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing    Kawasaki    24.454
7    COLDENHOFF Glenn     259    NDL    14    Standing Construct KTM    KTM    26.435
8    SEEWER Jeremy     91    SWI    13    Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team    Yamaha    27.879
9    VAN HOREBEEK Jeremy     89    BEL    12    Honda SR Motoblouz    Honda    53.090
10    STRIJBOS Kevin     22    BEL    11    JWR Yamaha Racing    Yamaha    54.992
11    JASIKONIS Arminas     27    LTU    10    Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing    Husqvarna    55.065
12    PATUREL Benoit     6    FRA    9    Gebben V Venrooy Kawasaki    Kawasaki    1:00.192
13    SEARLE Tommy     100    GBR    8    Bike It DRT Kawasaki    Kawasaki    1:02.695
14    SIMPSON Shaun     24    GBR    7    RFX KTM Racing    KTM    1:04.402
15    BOGERS Brian     189    NDL    6    Team HRC - MXGP    Honda    1:11.897
16    LUPINO Alessandro     77    ITA    5    Gebben V Venrooy Kawasaki    Kawasaki    1:17.157
17    CAIROLI Antonio     222    ITA    4    Red Bull KTM Factory Racing    KTM    1:25.271
18    LEOK Tanel     7    EST    3    A1M Husqvarna    Husqvarna    1:27.652
19    TIXIER Jordi     911    FRA    2    Team VHR KTM Racing    KTM    1:27.897
20    JONASS Pauls     41    LAT    1    Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing    Husqvarna    1:29.425
   
   
       
   
    Rider Standings


1    CAIROLI Antonio     222    ITA    311    Red Bull KTM Factory Racing    KTM
2    GAJSER Tim     243    SLO    301    Team HRC - MXGP    Honda
3    PAULIN Gautier     21    FRA    218    Wilvo Yamaha MXGP    Yamaha
4    DESALLE Clement     25    BEL    208    Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing    Kawasaki
5    JASIKONIS Arminas     27    LTU    190    Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing    Husqvarna
6    SEEWER Jeremy     91    SWI    184    Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team    Yamaha
7    TONUS Arnaud     4    SWI    162    Wilvo Yamaha MXGP    Yamaha
8    VAN HOREBEEK Jeremy     89    BEL    156    Honda SR Motoblouz    Honda
9    COLDENHOFF Glenn     259    NDL    144    Standing Construct KTM    KTM
10    LIEBER Julien     33    BEL    141    Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing    Kawasaki
11    JONASS Pauls     41    LAT    138    Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing    Husqvarna
12    SIMPSON Shaun     24    GBR    129    RFX KTM Racing    KTM
13    LUPINO Alessandro     77    ITA    103    Gebben V Venrooy Kawasaki    Kawasaki
14    MONTICELLI Ivo     128    ITA    87    iFly JK Racing    Yamaha
15    SEARLE Tommy     100    GBR    86    Bike It DRT Kawasaki    Kawasaki
16    FEBVRE Romain     461    FRA    85    Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team    Yamaha
17    ANSTIE Max     99    GBR    80    Standing Construct KTM    KTM
18    LEOK Tanel     7    EST    65    A1M Husqvarna    Husqvarna
19    BOGERS Brian     189    NDL    62    Team HRC - MXGP    Honda
20    PATUREL Benoit     6    FRA    53    Gebben V Venrooy Kawasaki    Kawasaki
21    TIXIER Jordi     911    FRA    40    Team VHR KTM Racing    KTM
22    BRYLYAKOV Vsevolod     18    RUS    31    JWR Yamaha Racing    Yamaha
23    STRIJBOS Kevin     22    BEL    29    JWR Yamaha Racing    Yamaha
24    BUTRON Jose     17    SPA    18    JD Gunnex KTM Racing Team    KTM
25    BERNARDINI Samuele     321    ITA    14    Ghidinelli Racing Team    Yamaha
26    PETROV Petar     152    BUL    14    Team Honda Red Moto    Honda
27    GOLE Anton     297    SWE    14    iFly JK Racing    Yamaha
28    KULLAS Harri     151    FIN    10    Wildcard Rider    Husqvarna
29    VAN DER MIERDEN Sven     94    NDL    8    Wildcard Rider    Yamaha
30    FERRIS Dean     111    AUS    6    Wilvo Nestaan Husqvarna Factory Racing    Husqvarna
   
   
 
 

 
 
 

 Team HRC – MXGP & MX2, also photos

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