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Rider Offers: Belgian 2019 MXGP

Two males did it again, two males who have mastered onerous pack, clay and now sand, Jorge Prado and Tim Gajser are just unstoppable in 2019. Under their feedback and rather more.

Jorge Prado: “Lommel is a very robust race and certainly you need to come right here mentally ready – even physically – but in addition relaxed and with the information you’ll endure. I knew the start was key and I did two good ones and I had a great stream by means of both motors. I had an enormous lead and walked by means of the aftermarket once I acquired slightly accident, however it was nothing vital. I feel the pits have been smoother immediately, however it was still very rough. Another good weekend. "

Tim Gajser: " It was a great weekend, finishing two or two for the first total in Lommel. Horse riding was good, especially as I have previously struggled here, but we have done a lot of work this year with the team and it really paid off. We are much better prepared for these difficult conditions and it was certainly helped by two good starts, just as we have done so often this year. I couldn't overcome the motto, but I ran smoothly and intelligently and minimized possible mistakes. I'm just happy to be here in Lommel 'to win, because it is a special GP and a good test and looks just how much I've progressed rider. "

Calvin Vlaanderen: " It was a great good day today, even though I was definitely disappointed with my first motto when I finished seventh. I had a little accident that dropped me off a few spots and it was frustrating. In the second motto, I had a lot of fun on the track, even in difficult conditions. My plan is always to have fun, and the first motto I really enjoyed was, but two things went much better in the race. I was rolling around the track in good rhythm and although I ended up second, I did not expect to be on the podium. Only when they wrote in a box near the end, I realized, and I'm obviously really happy that I get second and I get the best package of the season. "

Romain Febvre: " This weekend was good. I picked up the hole in the first motto, which eased life, and I won the competition, so I am happy. My speed was good. I didn't get a good start in the second race and I had to work hard to fight back, which cost a lot of energy. I knew that I was close to the GP's winning, but I could not do it, so I'm happy with another entity. "

Ben Watson: " An incredible weekend for me. I have not ridden in the last 6 weeks, so I'm just focused on physical exercise, such as cycling and others. I knew my physical condition was good, but I thought I missed the intensity of the competition because it is not a substitute. I wasn't even sure if I could drive, just tested my hand a couple of days before the GP and then made the decision. I lined up with no expectations. I enjoy the competition so much. I think this is where I must focus in the future. "

Jago Geerts: " It was a disappointing end to my weekend. My speed was good. I fell in the first race and came back strong in the second. In the second race I did not get the best start, but I quickly moved to another position and drove well until I had problems with the bike, I could not finish the race. I just want to thank the fans and all the people who supported me this weekend. It was nice to see you. "

Jeremy Seewer: " The first moto was one of the hardest races I have had throughout the season. I slept really badly last night, and I think I'm still going to sleep today. I was asleep in both races at the gate. They held the gate for a really long time and many guys tried to jump into it. I worked hard to be in the top five. I am pleased with the consistency. This is always the goal. All in all, Lommel's fourth place is really good because it's easy to fall into. Now I wait a few days for rest before we leave again. "

Gautier Paulin: " It's been difficult for me. I didn't feel good all weekend. My bike worked really well, both the engine and the suspension, but only I let it all down. Physically, it was a challenging weekend. I felt sick on Friday, so now my goal is to get healthy and come back stronger with the next GP. "

Arnaud Tonus: " It was a pretty good weekend. The first race was really good, but in the second race I crashed. I was pretty far back, but I came back in the top 10, but then I fell again and got stuck under the bike so I ended up in 14th place. "

Adam Sterry: " "I used to be proud of all of my rides this weekend, however in fact somewhat dissatisfied because the rostrum was there until the second engine crashed. I couldn't see Henry's bike on the ground because it was a bounce within the back, and that accident value me this podium. Once once more I missed it by one point, but I have to take constructive things and I used to be proud of my beginner and my driving. "

Henry Jacobi: " I didn't feel very good on the track in the first race; I had a good start, but my race was really hard because I couldn't find my rhythm and in the sand you lose so much power when the rhythm is not good. I got another good start in the second race and allowed some friends to overtake me because the goal was a good rhythm; midway through the race I returned to some places until I stopped the bike taking off before jumping. I fell, couldn't start the bike so fast and could only finish the twelfth. It could have been a better day! "

Roan van de Moosdijk: " My start was really good and I was able to control the competition all the time. In the end, my legs got tired and I made a small mistake when I hit neutral and buried the switch in the sand, but we got up again and still had a big lead. I hadn't thought about points during the race, so I didn't know until the end that we also had a red plate for the final round. It's always been my dream to earn a red shield and make it so close to home with so many friends here is also a bonus; thank you to all the members of the F&H Racing Team, the sponsors, Kawasaki and my coach, for all of them playing here. "

Brian Bogers: " I felt good on the track because it was really deep sand. and I like these terms. Also drove well, I only fought at the gate and it got me behind. Unfortunately I crashed in the first moto when I was on my way back to 12 and it pushed me out of the top 20 again. I worked back to day 15, which is not bad, but I really wanted to get a good start and fight with the best guys because I think this track is possible. The other motto was very similar, starting at about 19, but I got to the ninth and finished there. Fifteen-nine is not bad, but I wanted more, so I'm going to put this behind me and focus now on Imola. "

To Tom By way of: " Good day. I do not ever ridden in the sand too much, when I was younger, but I am now living in Belgium and harjoitellyt a lot of this terrain Joel [Smets] and the whole team. We made a lot of effort and I am very pleased to be able to do two good results this hard track. It was technically difficult, but pretty fun to jump through the pits. We are back in third place in the championship and the last four races are packed hard and that is good for me. I focused on strong results and every time among the top five. "

Arminas Jasikonis: " All in all it's been a pretty good Grand Prix for me. Qualifying was difficult, I had a good one lap pace but I was trying to find my rhythm. I knew going to the races today would be tough because the weather was much hotter than Saturday and the course was getting pretty rough. My pace was good on both motors, but I tried to keep my speed on the bike a bit and ended up making a couple of mistakes. I felt I could challenge for the podium in both motors, but unfortunately I couldn't control it. From there we have things that we can work on before the next round, but I'm really excited to get Imolaan Italy. I've never been there before, so I'm really looking forward to the competition there. "

Pauls Jonass: " Today was difficult – the conditions were much warmer than yesterday and the track became much tougher. The first race went ok, I made a few mistakes that dropped me seventh out of fifth, which was frustrating, but overall things went well. In the second race I got a good start again, but then I managed to stop the bike in one corner and it took a while to start over. It's a shame, because this is definitely one of my favorite general practitioners and I know I have the pace to do well here. Looking at the positives, my lap times were good and stayed fast until the end. I have to work a little bit on my strength, because the weight of the 450 and the speed added here will take you far more than the MX2. Overall, I am pleased to see how rode and I look forward now to Italy. "

Thomas Kjer Olsen: " I obtained an honest start within the first motto and moved on to the fourth and sat there for a while. . I struggled just a little and made a number of mistakes, however I assumed I might run second or third. Finally, I made an enormous mistake over one of the desk tops and landed on the fence. It knocked every thing off and it took me a while to get again on the bike – by then the race was over for me. I used to be very dissatisfied and really got here back from that crash, but I knew I needed to keep constructive with the other motto. In the second race I rose to fifth and was there a lot of the race. Fortuitously I’ve a while to recuperate from the accident now before the subsequent round, however I'm actually wanting forward to Imola. ”

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