Jeffrey Herlings won the Dutch Masters Championship at Oldebroek

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What a way to start the week! The Dutchman claims the crown at a domestic level after sweeping both motos in the third and final round of the series held in Oldebroek. Romain Febvre and Jeremy Seewer completed the podium.

Having won the first two rounds, Herlings landed in Oldebroek with a 16 points of advantage over Romain Febvre. However, Herlings was eager for more as he won both races to remain unbeateable. He was crowned with perfect score of 150 points after winning all six motos on his way.

In the first race Herlings won by toe-to-toe, beating Febvre for more than 20 seconds. Seewer came in third place. The top five was completed by Brent Van Doninck and Petar Petrov. Title defender Calvin Vlaanderen made all his way to 8th after a bad start that put him back in 22nd.

In the second race, Herlings got off to a bad start while Febvre took runned away at front. When Herlings arrived in second place, Febvre already had a gap of more than ten seconds. Herlings managed to close it but just as he was able to take over the lead, he crashed briefly. Febvre went into the last lap in the lead but Herlings still managed to catch him and win ahead of Febvre and Jeremy Seewer.

Herlings won the overall with a 1-1 followed by Romain Febvre (2-2) and Jeremy Seewer (3-3).


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