Gallery – MXGP of Sardegna 2023

MXPG Serdegna 2023, Riola Sardo Rider: Benistant

Round two of the MXGP World Championship is in the books. The toughest track of “Le Dune” in Sardegna offers great moments and battles. These are some of the best shots of the weekend by @jpacevedophoto Scroll and enjoy!

Jeffrey Herlings earns his 100th GP win. No doubt that was one of the best moments of the weekend.
Jorge Prado went third overall with a 1-6 and keeps the red plate one more round
Glenn Coldenhoff was all smiles on his first podium of the season which included a race win
Philosophy time in the middle of the race. Plato must be proud!
Renaux Pit Board: Focus, legs, hips…Something else, sir?
Sacha Coenen`s bike was at Sardegna paddock, but he´s still out due to a shoulder injury sustained at the second round of the French Elite Championship a week before Argentina.
Herlings wide open to execute a key move between Renaux and Febvre
Jago Geerts leading the pack en route to a back-to-back GP wins
Andrea Bonacorsi went 1-1 to take the overall in the first EMX250 round.
And in the WMX class, Daniela Guillen becomes the first Spaniard to won an overall
Lotte Van Drunen and Courtney Duncan completed the podium
Brian Bogers
Starts were on top for Spaniard Oriol Oliver from the WZ KTM team. He earns the holeshot in the second race.
I’m in love with this set-up by Calvin Vlaanderen
Track conditions were gnarly…
and took some victims as well
On the other hand, sands specialists like Kay de Wolf completely dominated every rut and bump
Herlings and Coldenhoff showing some sportsmanship. One took the overall and the other the second moto.
Time to pack. Next stop: MXGP of Frauenfeld, Switzerland. Don`t forget to explore mx1onboard.com and follow us on social media for more!

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