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Glenn Coldenhoff Rules On The Keiheuvel at Mol

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Glenn Coldenhoff of the Standing Construct KTM team  reigned supreme at the annual Belgian international motocross event on the gruelling Keiheuvel circuit.


“It was a great day for me. I was quickest in the qualifying training, and I won both heats and the Superfinal. I rode a bit too tight in the first race, but thereafter it all went really smoothly,” Coldenhoff said afterwards.


This was a great training event for Coldenhoff, who had to fend off pressure from Shaun Simpson in all three races. “Whenever he got closer to me, I had to push up the tempo.  It helped that I got the holeshot in all three races, which allowed me to ride in controlled fashion.”


Glenn will be lining up at the GP of Imola in Italy this weekend.  “This is am important race for me. I’m in the vicinity of fifth and sixth places in the points standings, and I want to push as hard as I can to move up on the world championship ladder,” hesaid.