Bobryshev sixth but left wanting more from Valkenswaard

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Evgeny Bobryshev had a consistent weekend at the MXGP of Europe with a fourth and a sixth in the two motos, putting the Russian sixth overall, but was ultimately left wanting.

All weekend his pace on the CRF450RW was strong and, with changes made to the bike overnight, his confidence on this track was also increased. It was the track though that was the defining factor this weekend.

With heavy rain this morning compounding the amount of rain that has fallen in Valkenswaard in the last week, the track quickly became very deep and rutted and incredibly challenging.

Race one for Bobby was a fairly lonely affair, quickly progressing to fourth and retaining that position until the end. Race two was more tricky though as Bobby got away from the gate but then fell to 11th when he made a mistake. He was able to fight back through the field to an eventual sixth, but as the conditions were worse for the last race of the day, a few more moments prevented Bobby from progressing further.

On the CRF450RW of the Honda Gariboldi team, Tim Gajser enjoyed a perfect first race with the holeshot and the victory, but race two again was also less straightforward for him as he crossed the line in eighth. Nevertheless, Gajser again stood on the podium.

The pair are second and third in the World Championships standings after three rounds. The next encounter will be the MXGP of Patagonia Argentina on 10 April.

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