Italy on the throne in the Gp Nations Cairoli phenomenon – Sport

Italy on the throne in the Gp Nations Cairoli phenomenon – Sport
Italy on the throne in the Gp Nations Cairoli phenomenon – Sport

Italy also rises to the throne in Motocross, winning the GP of Nations which was held in Mantua over the weekend. The ‘Azzurri’ drivers have thus achieved a victory that comes after a long wait of 19 years. In race 3 the success went to the Dutch Jeffrey Herlings on the Ktm. The leader of the …

Italy also rises to the throne in Motocross, winning the GP of Nations which was held in Mantua over the weekend. The ‘Azzurri’ drivers have thus achieved a victory that comes after a long wait of 19 years.

In race 3 the success went to the Dutch Jeffrey Herlings on the Ktm. The leader of the MXGP World Championship had also won race 2. In second place in the third round the Sicilian nine times world champion Tony Cairoli (also on Ktm), in the last season of an extraordinary career. Third was the Dutch Glenn Coldenhoff (on Yamaha).

The other Italian Alessandro Lupino received a penalty of ten positions for a cut from the track at the start and finished in seventeenth place. Cairoli had finished twenty-first in race 1. Mattia Guadagnini won a fifth place in race 1 and a sixth in race 2. For Alessandro Lupino, on the other hand, seventh place in race 2 and 17th in race 3. For Italy he is third Motocross of Nations is the first at home, after those won in Brazil in 1999 and Spain in 2002.

Italy had taken the lead after the second race, again won by the Dutch Jeffrey Herlings, as mentioned, who had preceded the Swiss Valentin Guillod by 49 ”1 and by 50” 4 on the Austrian Rene Hofer. Guadagnini paid for a crash while he was in third place and in the end he finished sixth in front of the other blue Alessandro Lupino.

In the last challenge, Tony Cairoli’s paw, in addition to sealing a career that counts on nine world titles, gave Italy success in the general classification.

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