Tim Geiser despite falling second


Tim Geiser is getting closer to the world title. Photo: HRC

He won his first run for the Flanders GP Gautier Paulin, which launched the fastest from the starting point. The current world champion Tim Geiser he broke through to the first place after only a few turns and quickly gained a few seconds of advantage.

Paulin celebrated for the first time in three years
Gajser made the only mistake after 25 minutes when he changed the line when overtaking a slower competitor for a lap, firing him out of the engine. He lost about ten seconds in doing so, Paulin returned to the lead and thus got the ride for the first time in three years. Gajser, however, retained second place without much difficulty. Third place went to the qualifying winner Jorge Prado.

Geiser escaped by 38 points
Gajser’s biggest rivals have quite a few problems, Jeremy Seewer was the eighth, serial champion Antonio Caioroli pa 13. A look at the overall standings: Gajser has 463 points, Cairoli 425, the third is now Prado (411).

Another ride will be scheduled at 4 p.m.

Pancar for hair without a point
It’s in the MX2 class Jan pancar with 21st place for hair left without points, the Briton won Ben Watson ahead of World Championship leader Tom Vialle of France and his compatriot Maxim Renaux.


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