Gallery: MXGP of Turkiye 2023

MXPG Turkey 2023, Afyon, Rider: Braceras

Round seventeen of the MXGP World Championship is in the books. TRIVIA TIME: Whit Tim Gajser win the GP of Turkiye, making two victories for HRC this year along with the one of Fernandez in Argentina. So the question is: When was the last time that two or more Honda riders got wins in a single season? Find the answer at the end after enjoying the best pictures of the weekend by @jpacevedophoto

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MXGP of Turkiye presentation
Ruben Fernandez keeps his position into the top 5 standings
Larissa Papenmeier celebrates her first podium in the last race of the season
Edgar Canet earned his first moto top ten with a 9th place in the EMX250 race 1
Daniela Guillen finished 2nd in the WMX standings on her second season
Best personal result for Gabriela Seisdedos who went 9-6 in motos
Liam Everts is on the charge, the Belgian has won 2 out of the last 3 GPs and is quickly gaining ground on Andrea Adamo in the general standings. Since Sweden, Everts has whittled down the Italian’s advantage from 80 to 48 points!
Febvre chances to win the title are little bit complicate, 67 points with two rounds two go doesn´t seem the best scenario for the Frenchman…
JM Honda bikes
BIG scrub for David Braceras! Congrats him to be selected for Team Spain for the 2023 Motocross of Nations.
Lucas Coenen on the gas over hard-pack!
First win of the season for reigning champ Tim Gajser
Prado struggled in both motos. It was the second time this season that he ended up out of the podium.
Febvre celebrating the first moto win!
First-career moto win for Kevin Horgmo in the MX2 class
Trivia answer: The last time one more Honda rider won a GP win in a single season was in 2004 with Mickael Pichon, Stefan Everts, and Brian Jorgensen.

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