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Disastrous day for Team HRC at MXGP of Netherlands

Tim Gajser #243 and Evgeny Bobryshev #777 of team HRC MXGP had a disastrous day in Assen aboard their CRF450RW’s at the MXGP of the Netherlands.

Gajser’s day initially started off well when he got the fastest time in warm up and then initially ran third in the first race. He looked set to take third overall when towards the end of the race he made a mistake in a wave section of the track, going over the bars and causing his bike to land on him. Much to his disappointment, after examination by the MXGP medical team and the HRC physio, it was decided that he was not to line up for the second race.

Bobryshev also had a bad day at the office. A solid start in the first race was wasted in the second lap when he fell and was immediately outside the top ten. He managed to fight back through the slippery sand despite crashing again, to take seventh. When it came to the second race, it started badly early on with a crash and then a series of crashes followed meaning Bobryshev was only able to salvage 14th place.



Tim Gajser  243

Today has been a really bad day. This weekend and today started off well for me and then it just all went downhill from there. I had a good time in warm up and I was running really well at the start of the first race. Then, I made a mistake and the bike landed on me. I got checked out by the medical staff and after that, they and the team decided that I should not ride the second race. It is a reflection of how this season has gone for me and I am really disappointed that I was unable to race but that is how it goes.

Evgeny Bobryshev  777

I wasn’t consistent today, I had a good start in the first race and I fell in the second lap so I went from being in fifth place to out of the top 10. During the rest of the race I managed to fight back to seventh place. I had good speed I was just making too many mistakes
The track was so difficult and then in the second race I ended up going upside down as Glenn Coldenhoff touch my bars which took both of us out and the next thing you knew I was laying in the sand. There was a big gap as the pack had pulled away, I was dead last and ended up coming back to 14th. It has been a disaster here for me today.






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