The Yamaha van Beers Racing Team had mixed fortunes at round eleven of the World Championship Series at Lommel in Belgium. Petar Petrov qualified himself in sixth position on Saturday so things were looking really positive for the young Bulgarian before race day started. In the first moto he took a good start and came out of the first corner in eight position. He found his rhythm straight away and managed to work himself back up to sixth position. In the closing stages of the race he managed to keep the pace high and passed another rider to finish the race in fifth position. In the second moto he started around 13th position. In the beginning of the race he made some passes and moved up into ninth position. Petar was riding a consistent race till he made a crash and dislocated his shoulder. He was forced to retire from the race and didn't score points. Overall he finished in 13th position and after eleven rounds he sits in 16th position in the championship standings.