Tim Gajser was left without a red plate in Lugo

Author of the article: , published on May 12, 2024.

Tim Gajser finished the race for the Galician Grand Prix in Lugo in fourth place and thus lost the lead in the Motocross World Championship, which he took over at the previous race in Portugal. This was taken over by reigning world champion Jorge Prado, overall winner of the home race, who celebrated victory in both races.

Gajser started the first race from second place, then got off to a bad start and went off the track in the second lap, losing ten places and falling to twelfth place, from where he managed to finish sixth. In the second run it was a bit easier as he managed to make it to second place, but then lost one place and finished the test in third place, which was good enough for fourth place overall.

The second Slovene in the royal motocross class, Jan Pancar, was fourteenth overall after finishing the first run in fourteenth place and the second in seventeenth place.

In the MX2 class, Jaka Pekljaj took part for the first time, finishing 32nd, while Belgian racer Lucas Coenen celebrated the victory.

Gajser holds the second place in the overall classification of the championship with 296 points, the leader Prado has 298 points, and Pancar took 65th place with 15 points.

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