2016 MXGP of Spain Friday Preview

Si t’aimes les gros scrubs, les gros whips et les courses serrées, tu devrais regarder le GP d’Espagne ce weekend qui a lieu sur le terrain naturel et valloné de Talavera de la Reina. Le rookie flamboyant de chez Honda Gariboldi, Tim Gajser, mène devant le champion en titre, Romain Febvre (Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing), de 4 points dans la catégorie reine, mais l’action ne s’arrête pas là ! Les fans pourront également voir Antonio Cairoli (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing), 8x champion du monde, qui retrouve sa vitesse tout comme Max Nagl (Rockstar Energy Factory Racing) et le duo du Team HRC, Gautier Paulin et Evgeny Bobryshev, qui seront eux aussi en bonne forme pour jouer des coudes.

Pendant ce temps, les choses s’échauffent en MX2 avec Dylan Ferrandis (Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team) qui égal le rythme de, une fois fût nommé, l’intouchable Jeffrey Herlings (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing).

Le GP d’Espagne sera diffusé en LIVE sur Motors TV et, comme toujours, partout dans le monde sur www.mxgp-tv.com samedi et dimanche, manches qualificatives incluses en LIVE.

Texte: MXGP
Traduction: Jey Crunch

If you like massive scrubs, big whips and close racing, tune into the MXGP of Spain this weekend which will take place at the natural terrain, hilly venue of Talavera de la Reina. Honda Gariboldi’s flamboyant rookie sensation Tim Gajser leads the defending champion Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing’s Romain Febvre by 4 points in the premier class, but the action doesn’t stop there ! Fans will also be watching the eight-time champ Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Antonio Cairoli as he returns to speed while the likes of Rockstar Energy Factory Racing’s Max Nagl and Team HRC’s duo of Gautier Paulin and Evgeny Bobryshev could also be in good shape for some silverware.

Meanwhile things are heating up in MX2 with Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team’s Dylan Ferrandis matching the pace of the once named untouchable Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Jeffrey Herlings.

MXGP of Spain will be aired LIVE on Motors TV, or as always, anywhere in the world can tune into www.mxgp-tv.com on Saturday and Sunday to watch all of the action, including the Qualifying Races, LIVE.

SATURDAY

07h45 – EMX 300 Free/Timed Practice
08h20 – EMX 250 Free/Timed Practice
08h55 – EMX 125 Group 1 Free/Timed Practice
09h30 – EMX 125 Group 2 Free/Timed Practice
10h15 – MX2 Free Practice
10h45 – MXGP Free Practice
11h50 – EMX 300 Race 1
12h35 – EMX 125 LCQ
13h20 – EMX 250 Race 1
14h00 – MX2 Timed Practice
14h35 – MXGP Timed Practice
16h10 – MX2 Qualifying Race
17h00 – MXGP Qualifying Race
17h40 – EMX 125 Race 1

SUNDAY

08h25 – EMX 300 Warmup
08h45 – EMX 300 Race 2
09h30 – EMX 125 Warmup
09h50 – EMX 125 Race 2
10h30 – MX2 Warmup
10h50 – MXGP Warmup
11h10 – EMX 250 Warmup
11h30 – EMX 250 Race 2
13h15 – MX2 Race 1
14h15 – MXGP Race 1
16h10 – MX2 Race 2
17h10 – MXGP Race 2

Photo gallery from friday by Jey Crunch.

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