EMX 65 / EMX 85 European Championship North East zone and EMX Women’ European Championship:
race time in Estonia
This weekend Pärnu Airport Motopark hosted the rounds of EMX Women and EMX 85 / EMX 65 North East zone.
German Anne Borchers won her first EMX Women overall this season, while Latvian Janis Martins Reisulis dominated EMX 85 and Estonian Lucas Leok EMX 65 races. Anne Borchers (Suzuki) grabbed the EMX Women race1 took the lead when Dutch Shana van der Vlist (KTM) attacked and started to pull away from the rest of the pack. With a good pace and speed, he won with 10 seconds on Borchers. Third position for was Mathea Selebu (Yamaha), who didn’t have the enough speed to get the second place. Borchers was the best in the start of race2 followed by Selebu. Van der Vlist reached the second position and tried to take the lead, but Borchers took a well-deserved win. Third position for Selebu, who got the third place overall too. Thanks to the win in race2 Borchers got her overall win and Van der Vlist had to settle with the second place.
In EMX85 class Janis Martins Reisulis (KTM) won both races with a huge gap. In race1 he had good start and got into the lead early, but in race2 he had to work his way up from fourth position. Great fight for the second position between Tanel Leok’s son Sebastian Leok (Husqvarna) and Latvian Markuss Kokins (Husqvarna). In the first race Latvian was second and Leok third, but in the last race Estonian finished second ahead of Kokins.
Aigar Leok’s son Lucas Leok (Husqvarna) ruled both EMX 65 races. In the first race Leok’s fellow countryman Karl Teesalu (KTM) finished second in front of Latvian Toms Dankerts (KTM), but race2 Dankerts defeated Teesalu very nearly, giving the Latvian the second overall place and Teesalu had to settle third.