Gajser with pain to second place, he will have to wait for the title

Author of the article: , published on August 7, 2022.

Tim Gajser finished second overall in the Swedish Grand Prix, while his title rival Jeremy Seewer celebrated his victory. The fifth world championship title was smiling at our ace already this weekend, but he would need an ideal outcome, which was prevented by a fall during training, which caused him to take part in both today's races with pain in his wrist and toes.

After starting the first run from second place, he dropped to sixth at the start, but by the end of the race he managed to make it to fourth, ahead of Maxime Renaux, Jeremy Seewer and Glenn Goldenhoff.

In the second race, Renaux crashed and retired on the first lap, and Gajser was fifth. After some overtaking, he worked his way up to second place while leading Seewer, who eventually took the win. Romain Febvre was third.

Seewer thus managed to reduce the gap behind Gajser by seven points in Sweden, now the difference is 115 points, while 150 points are still available in three races until the end of the season.

The next race will be next weekend in Finland, where Gajser will have an excellent chance to win the fourth title of world champion in the MXGP class.

Photos: Honda

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