Team HRC’s Tim Gajser made it five GP overalls in a row after sweeping the MXGP of Germany with a superb one-one performance. His two moto victories here at the rutted Teutschenthal track made it nine wins in the last ten races and 12 now for the season. It also means he extends his lead at the top of the MXGP championship to 83 points over his nearest rival with eight rounds still left to ride. Fellow HRC rider Brian Bogers had his joint second-best moto score of the season with a ninth in a race one, backing that up with an 11th in race two to just miss out on his pre-race aim of a top 10 overall.

For Gajser though, everything is going really well right now and his confidence is sky high after yet another impressive double moto victory. Getting the holeshot in both races on his Honda CRF450RW, he then kept control from start to finish, pulling out to a comfortable lead before settling into a pace that meant he won by over five seconds in each moto. As others around him struggled to adapt to the deeply-rutted Teutschenthal surface, Gajser showed good speed every time he hit the track, posting the fastest laptimes in every session, and usually by more than a second to the next fastest. As he received the chequered flag the second time around, his lead stretched out to 83 points in the MXGP championship, which has come about after a run of results that has seen him take 240 out of a possible 250 points available. While the next round in Palembang, Indonesia is an unknown quantity, the following events in Semarang and then Loket, Czech Republic should suit his style and give him the opportunity to really stamp his authority even more on this title chase.

Despite just missing out on a top 10 overall, Bogers was still pleased to be in the mix for that target, especially after posting a ninth place finish in race one. A solid qualification result of 12th gave him the opportunity to join that battle and that’s exactly what he was able to do in the first race, eventually crossing the line in ninth place for his joint second-best finish of the season. Hoping for a repeat in race two, Bogers just slipped outside the top 10, finishing 11th overall and missing out on his first top 10 GP finish by just one single point. However with eight rounds still left, his confidence is growing and he is excited to line up in Palembang for the next gate drop.

Both riders now have a weekend to recover, relax and prepare for round 11th of the 2019 world motocross championship which takes place in Indonesia on July 6-7. The series then stays in that country for round 12 the following weekend at the impressive Semarang circuit where Gajser will be hoping to improve upon the second place his achieved at the 2018 edition.

Tim Gajser 243

I was enjoying riding on the track this weekend. It was a really technical circuit with deep ruts which made line selection really important. I’m also really happy to take the holeshot in both races, as well as the qualifier yesterday, because we weren’t able to do that in the early part of the season but now we are getting the perfect jump out of the gate. In the first moto I did make a little mistake but I was still able to pick up the bike and remount as the leader, so that went okay. Then in the second race, I didn’t want to push too hard. I pulled out a lead of about five seconds and then kept it smooth because the track was a little sketchy in that second moto. The shadows and the sun was quite low which caused problems on certain parts of the track. However overall I’m very happy to win another overall and to extend my lead in the MXGP championship. I’m feeling really happy with how I rode and how the whole of Team HRC is working together.

Brian Bogers 189

It actually went pretty good today, I felt comfortable most of the day and even the starts went not too bad. In the first race I started around 15th and was able to move directly into around 10th place. I made a couple of passes and I was in eighth for most of the race before a small mistake near the end of the race dropped me to ninth. It’s in the top 10 and that’s where I want to be so I’m happy with that. The second moto I never felt happy and I couldn’t find a good rhythm. I was around 10th in the start and then dropped a couple of spots but I ended up 11th, which wasn’t too bad but still, I felt I could have done better. Unfortunately that meant I was 11th overall which is still just outside where I want to be, but overall it was a decent weekend.

Marcus Pereira de Freitas

HRC General Manager - MXGP

After the events of Latvia, it was a completely different feeling coming into this weekend in Germany, but once again Tim handled everything like the professional he is. He was fastest in every session on both days and then he grabbed the holeshot in both races and that meant he could stay out of any trouble. It was exactly what he needed to do, and I think he could’ve gone faster if he needed too. The lead is now 83 points in the championship but it is still too early to think about that too much so we want him to keep approaching the races the same and to enjoy his riding.
It was also good to see Brian fighting inside the top 10 in race one, and just outside the top 10 in race two. To have both riders finishing that well is further proof of just how well the whole of Team HRC is performing and we now head to Indonesia filled with confidence and hopeful that this run can continue. A big thanks to all the members of staff who continue to work hard both during the week and on the race weekends!

MXGP 2019
Race Round 10   Germany

Race 1

Air Temp
Track Cond
Pos. Rider Num Nation Points Team Constructor Time/Gap
1 Gajser Tim 243 SLO 25 Team HRC - MXGP Honda 34:25.465
2 Tonus Arnaud 4 SWI 22 Wilvo Yamaha MXGP Yamaha 5.845
3 Seewer Jeremy 91 SWI 20 Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team Yamaha 6.889
4 Febvre Romain 461 FRA 18 Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team Yamaha 21.269
5 Paulin Gautier 21 FRA 16 Wilvo Yamaha MXGP Yamaha 22.489
6 Coldenhoff Glenn 259 NDL 15 Standing Construct KTM KTM 25.637
7 Anstie Max 99 GBR 14 Standing Construct KTM KTM 27.890
8 Van Horebeek Jeremy 89 BEL 13 Honda SR Motoblouz Honda 31.613
9 Bogers Brian 189 NDL 12 Team HRC - MXGP Honda 34.051
10 Jonass Pauls 41 LAT 11 Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Husqvarna 34.352
11 Tixier Jordi 911 FRA 10 Team VHR KTM Racing KTM 38.222
12 Jasikonis Arminas 27 LTU 9 Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Husqvarna 46.522
13 Guillod Valentin 92 SWI 8 iXS MXGP Team Yamaha 55.294
14 Monticelli Ivo 128 ITA 7 Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Kawasaki 1:00.073
15 Gole Anton 297 SWE 6 JWR Honda Racing Honda 1:01.774
16 Leok Tanel 7 EST 5 A1M Husqvarna Husqvarna 1:05.608
17 Rauchenecker Pascal 281 AUT 4 Red Bull IceOne Husqvarna Factory Racing Husqvarna 1:30.254
18 De Waal Micha-Boy 34 NDL 3 Jumbo No Fear Vamo Honda Team Honda 1:32.506
19 Brylyakov Vsevolod 18 RUS 2 JWR Yamaha Racing Yamaha 1:38.202
20 Dewulf Jeffrey 212 BEL 1 Wildcard Rider KTM 1:48.901
MXGP 2019
Race Round 10   Germany

Race 2

Air Temp
Track Cond
Pos. Rider Num Nation Points Team Constructor Time/Gap
1 Gajser Tim 243 SLO 25 Team HRC - MXGP Honda 34:20.466
2 Jonass Pauls 41 LAT 22 Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Husqvarna 7.093
3 Tonus Arnaud 4 SWI 20 Wilvo Yamaha MXGP Yamaha 10.539
4 Paulin Gautier 21 FRA 18 Wilvo Yamaha MXGP Yamaha 12.221
5 Anstie Max 99 GBR 16 Standing Construct KTM KTM 12.981
6 Coldenhoff Glenn 259 NDL 15 Standing Construct KTM KTM 13.279
7 Jasikonis Arminas 27 LTU 14 Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Husqvarna 20.071
8 Seewer Jeremy 91 SWI 13 Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team Yamaha 29.198
9 Van Horebeek Jeremy 89 BEL 12 Honda SR Motoblouz Honda 36.100
10 Monticelli Ivo 128 ITA 11 Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Kawasaki 45.649
11 Bogers Brian 189 NDL 10 Team HRC - MXGP Honda 53.956
12 Febvre Romain 461 FRA 9 Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team Yamaha 1:01.690
13 Gole Anton 297 SWE 8 JWR Honda Racing Honda 1:02.746
14 Searle Tommy 100 GBR 7 Buildbase Honda Honda 1:03.607
15 Guillod Valentin 92 SWI 6 iXS MXGP Team Yamaha 1:04.618
16 Leok Tanel 7 EST 5 A1M Husqvarna Husqvarna 1:07.621
17 Brylyakov Vsevolod 18 RUS 4 JWR Yamaha Racing Yamaha 1:26.756
18 Dewulf Jeffrey 212 BEL 3 Wildcard Rider KTM 1:32.027
19 De Waal Micha-Boy 34 NDL 2 Jumbo No Fear Vamo Honda Team Honda 1:39.438
20 Bernardini Samuele 321 ITA 1 Ghidinelli Racing Team Yamaha 1:45.761
Location Information

Motorsportclub Teutschenthal e.V., Straße des Friedens, Teutschenthal, Germany - View in Google Maps