MX2 CLASSMuch was expected from the two leaders of MX2, on the contrary, both Tyla Rattray and Cedric Melotte run up against various falls and, instead of getting points, they lost them. The South African Rattray was 2nd in the Moto1, but DNF the second moto after dislocating his shoulder in a first turn crash with Mickael Maschio.I had a good jump out of the gate and was about third or fourth but Maschio started sliding in front of me and I could not stop," recounted Rattray, "The bike shot out of my hands onto the ground and pulled my shoulder out. I know I can be back for Namur and that this Championship is still there for me."As for Melotte, the crashes started on Saturday during the qualifiers where he hurt his right wrist. Then, on Sunday, more crashes further crippled his performance until he withdrew from Moto2.After winning the two Motos, spectacular and very quick Antonio Cairoli won his first GP of the season, proving to be an all-track rider, be it a hard or a sandy or a wet one, like Agueda. "I am really happy with this GP because this is the first time I have won both motos. I liked the track from yesterday and I could find my speed quickly. My starts were important today and once I was out at the front I was free."Second place went to another Italian (and Yamaha rider) , Alessio Chiodi. The veteran got back on top thanks to his plain but good performances (4-4). "The second moto was very difficult for me in the last three laps," said Chiodi, "I made a mistake on the step-up. I was too late changing a rut and endoed! I was happy to finish the race and not be injured. To finish on the podium today was important for the Championship."Cairoli is now leading the championship with 120 points, followed by Chiodi with 110 and Rattray in third with 102.