French championship

Our SR Honda Motoblouz rider showed in Magescq that he’s ready for next weekend in Kegums. He won easily both races and took the overall on the sandy track in France.

He was more than 3 seconds faster in his qualification group. In the first race he already took the lead in the second lap and could easily win with 11 seconds ahead of the French rider Tixier. In the second race he took the holeshot and lead the race all the time, the only one who could stay close to Jerre was HRC rider Mitch Evans, but he couldn’t place any attack. So Jeremy won the second race with 4 seconds ahead of Mitch Evans.

Elite MX1 Race 1
1. Jeremy Van Horebeek, 2. Jordi Tixier, 3. Milko Potisek, 4. Maxime Desprey, 5. Zach Pichon, 6. Mitchell Evans, 7. Todd Kellett, 8. Nicolas Aubin, 9. Valentin Teillet, 10. Cédric Soubeyras, 11. Daymond Martens, 12. Jimmy Clochet, 13. Thomas Do, 14. Adrien Lamour, 15. David Abgall,

Elite MX1 Race 2
1. Jeremy Van Horebeek
, 2. Mitchell Evans, 3. Jordi Tixier, 4. Milko Potisek, 5. Maxime Desprey, 6. Valentin Guillod, 7. Todd Kellett, 8. Zach Pichon, 9. Nicolas Aubin, 10. Valentin Teillet, 11. Thomas Do, 12. Daymond Martens, 13. Cédric Soubeyras, 14. Jimmy Clochet, 15. David Abgall,

Elite MX1 eindstand
1. Jeremy Van Horebeek 50p,
2. Jordi Tixier 42, 3. Milko Potisek 38, 4. Mitchell Evans 37, 5. Maxime Desprey 34, 6. Zach Pichon 29, 7. Todd Kellett 28, 9. Nicolas Aubin 25, 10. Daymond Martens 19, 11. Cédric Soubeyras 19, 12. Thomas Do 18, 13. Jimmy Clochet 16, 14. Valentin Guillod 15,

Text; Smeys G. Photocredit; Mediacross

French championship
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