Marvin Musquin was back to winning ways taking both moto’s in MX2. Tony Cairoli took second in the GP to maintain the MX1 red plate as team mate Max Nagl rounded off the podium in third. Xavier Boog and David Philippaerts rounded off the top five.
Jeffrey Herlings took second overall in the MX2 class as previous Championship leader Ken Roczen took third, handing the red plate back to Musquin.
Coming back from a dislocated right shoulder, Desalle took his first Grand Prix victory of 2010 with second place in both motos earning him the overall win, with Cairoli and Nagl completing the podium.
Championship leader Cairoli recovered from a bad start in heat one to take fifth. In heat two he dominated from start to finish but was snatched the overall win by Desalle.
Nagl won heat one in dominant style but had to recover from a bad start in heat two and took a final fifth place.
Kawasaki Racing’s Boog took fourth with Yamaha Monster Energy Motocross’ Philippaerts in fifth.
MX2 was all about Musquin who snatched the red plate from rival Roczen, winning both heats.
Herlings was second on the podium. The Dutch teenager dropped down to third in heat one due to a crash but a second place in moto two guaranteed the overall podium.
Roczen tried to keep up with Musquin but never managed to find an open door and move past. He finished third on the podium.
Bike-it Cosworth Yamaha UK’s Osborne was a solid fourth with Kawasaki CLS’ Frossard in fifth overall.
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