The track of Brezice (Slovenia) hosted this weekend the 2nd round of the South-Western EMX 65cc and EMX 85cc and 4th round of the EMX Open.
The time schedules was changed because of weather forecasts of heavy rain and thunder.
The EMX 65cc class made therefore free training, qualifying training and 2 races on Saturday. In the first race EMX 65cc was the fastest rider Slovenian Luka Milek (KTM) with Italian Alessandro Facca (KTM) and Rene Hofer AUT (KTM) on the second and third place. In the second race EMX 65cc was fastest rider Swiss Xylian Ramella (KTM) with Alessandro Facca and Luca Milek on the second and third place
The first race in the EMX 85cc saw the Italian Lorenzo Camporese (KTM) as the fastest rider and Spanish Jorge Prado (KTM) and Italian Tomas Ragadini (KTM) on the second and third place. Second race in the EMX 85cc was the fastest rider French David Herbreteau (KAWASAKI) and Italian Fillippo Zonta ITA (KTM) and Thomas Ragadini on the second and third place
The fastest rider of the first race in the EMX Open was Slovenian Saso Kragelhj (Yamaha) with Croatian Nedad Sipek (Yamaha) and Slovenian Toni Mulec (HONDA) on the second and third place. Second race in the EMX OPEN was the fastest rider Nenad Sipek with Ukrainian Roman Morozov (Kawasaki) and Belarus Evgeni Tyletsky (KTM) on the second and third place.
The provisional rankings see the leadership of Luka Milec (45 points) in the EMX65 class, Lorenzo Camporese (55 points) in the EMX85 class and Evgeny Tyletski (179 points) in the EMX Open class.
Next round of the South-Eastern Zone is scheduled on the 27th of May in Haskovo (Bulgaria), while the next round of the EMX Open will be held in Velke Uherce (Slovakia) on the 20th of May.