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Glenn Coldenhoff starts his season well in the Italian Championship

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Glenn Coldenhoff has started the season well at the opening round of the Italian Championship in Riola Sardo. The Red Bull KTM rider finished eighth in the MX1 race and fifth in the Elite Class for a solid start to the season in a top quality field.

 

Coldenhoff: “I had a bad start in the first race and I was quite disappointed because I was really struggling, also a bit with the bike setup and some arm pump problems. But I was quite fired up for the second race and I must say the suspension was working unbelievably well. My start was not so good but I think my riding and my speed were right on point. Next week we’re at Malagrotta and that’s where our team is based. I think I have done about a million laps there but I’m happy to be there. It’s always a difficult track, but I always feel at home.”

 

Results/Standings MX1 Riola Sardo 2017 after 1 of 3 rounds
1. Tony Cairoli (ITA), KTM, 29:52.340 min, 120 points
2. Jeremy van Horebeek (BEL), Yamaha, +18.932 sec, 100
3. Tim Gajser (SLO), Honda, +21.903, 80
4. Romain Febvre (FRA), Yamaha, +24.502, 65
5. Evgeny Bobryshev (RUS), Honda, +30.360, 60
8. Glenn Coldenhoff (NED), KTM, +59.366, 45

 

Results/Standings Elite Riola Sardo 2017 after 1 of 3 rounds
Fastest 20 riders in MX1 & MX2 qualified
1. Cairoli, 30:42.762 min, 120 points
2. Van Horebeek +15.585 sec, 100
3. Gajser, +17.848, 80
4. Bobryshev, +20.029, 65
5. Coldenhoff, +26.308, 60

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