Round 14 and the first of a series of back to back races, HRC MX2 head to the deep sands of Lommel for the MXGP of Belgium.
After Beaton’s impressive debut at the MXGP of Czech Republic with HRC, he will be looking to better his starts this weekend to make less work for himself in a competitive MX2 class. The Aussie displayed solid speed and results in his first ever world championship MX2 race and there is still room to grow as he takes his second ride with HRC in Lommel.
Cervellin has had a mixed season so far but his aim now is to ride consistently for the final few races to collect valuable championship points. The Italian is a strong contender in the sand and his style should suit the rough conditions.
Lommel is located on the north-eastern border of Belgium and is a one-of-a-kind deep sand track. It is famous for being one of the roughest tracks in the world, As the race day progresses, deep holes emerge in the sand making it a challenge for both rider and machine.
The MX2 qualifying race starts at 16h25 on Saturday 5th August.