Motocrossplanet News Release
Ceriel Klein Kromhof from the Yamaha van Beers Racing Team finished just outside of the points at round eight of the World Championship MX2 Series in Teutschenthal Germany. In the first moto he crashed with another rider in the second corner and had to restart in the back of the field. Because his handlebar grip came off during the race he crashed again and was forced to retire from the race. In the second moto he missed some self confidence in the beginning of the race. During the race things started to go better but unfortunately he finished just outside of the points in 22nd position.
The weekend started not well for Ceriel on Saturday. In the free practice session he had a small mechanical problem and had to go back to the paddock. Because of this he struggled to find his rhythm in the pre qualifying session. Despite this he was motivated to do well in the qualifying heat. He took a good start and went trough the first corner inside of the top fifteen. Because of a crash in the third lap he dropped back to 28th position. After the crash he tried to come back as far as possible but in the closing stages of the race he had another setback. A rider in front of him crashed right in front of Ceriel and because of the fact that Ceriel couldn’t avoid him he crashed as well. Ceriel finished the race in 30th position and was really disappointed when he went back to the paddock.
In the first moto he was midfield when the field came trough the first turn. In the second corner he collided with another rider and crashed. He restarted in the back of the field and tried to come back as far as possible. During his charge trough the field his handlebar grip came off so Ceriel crashed and was forced to retire from the race.
In the second moto he missed some self confidence in the beginning of the race. Things started to go better during the race but unfortunately he finished just outside of the points in 22nd position.
After eight rounds Ceriel sits in 32nd position in the World Championship Standings.
Ceriel will now travel to Latvia for round nine of the World Championship Series!