Herlings falls off in the second moto at MXGP race in Sweden
Jeffrey Herlings on Sunday, crashed in the second moto of the MXGP race in Sweden. The 22-year-old Dutchman had problems with his engine and could not go on. He finished the Grand Prix eventually as the tenth.
In the first round of the reed Herlings from pole position to second place in Sweden, behind Honda rider Tim Gajser.
The second moto, Herlings, so early had to stop, was won by Romain Febvre. For the 25-year-old Frenchman his first podium this year.
Dutchman Glenn Coldenhoff came in both the first and the second round as the fifth over the finish line. Herlings ended up thanks to his performance in the first round eventually on the tenth place in Sweden.
The match was won by Gajser, who, after his victory in the first race finished second in the second race.
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Time of placing
15:59 – 20th of August 2017
Last week knew Herlings still the Grand Prix of Switzerland in his name to write. He was earlier in the season all the best in Belgium and Latvia.
Herlings remains, despite its technical defects on the second place in the CHAMPIONSHIP, behind the Italian rider Antonio Cairoli. Coldenhoff is the tenth in the general ranking.