CKK News Release
Ceriel Klein Kromhof of the CKK JR Honda Team finished a moto in sixth position at round three of the Dutch Open Championship MX1 series at Heerde. In the first moto Ceriel took a not so good start but came back strong and finished the race in sixth position. In the second moto he crashed with the start. Because his exhaust system and radiator were damaged with the crash he was forced to retire from the race.
After his finger injury which he sustained at round one of the series in Oss, Ceriel was ready to go again in Heerde. In the practice session it was really busy at the track and this made it difficult to put a fast lap together. His riding didn’t went well either but still he managed to set the ninth fastest time.
In the first moto Ceriel took a not so good start and had to come back from fifteenth position. The rider from Daarlerveen stayed calm and decided to ride his own race. During the race he worked himself up to sixth position and started to put the pressure on the fifth place rider. Unfortunately he ran out of time and finished the race in sixth position.
In the second moto he collided with another rider in the first corner after the start and crashed. By the crash his exhaust system and radiator got damaged so he was forced to retire from the race.
Next weekend round four of the Dutch Open Championship Series will be held in Mill.