IT’S A SIDI PARTY AT THE HOLLAND GP CAIROLI AND DE DYCKER DOUBLE IN MX1 CHIARA FONTANESI WINS THE WOMEN’S RACE
Maser (Treviso), 02 April, 2013 – Antonio Cairoli couldn’t miss an appointment with victory, and he ruled once again at the Holland Grand Prix, the third test in the motocross MX1 World Series held on Monday, April 1st. On the sandy circuit at Valkenswaard Cairoli put all his adversaries in line in race1 and then in race2 all he needed was second place, on the heels of team mate Ken De Dycker, to clinch the final classification of the Grand Prix. Cairoli and De Dycker, who form the formidable pair of attackers for the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team, divvied up a heat each, respectively capturing first and second place in the final standings for the GP. It was also a double satisfaction for Sidi, with riders on the top two spots of the podium sporting Crossfire2 boots, the number one in off road and motocross, worn by Cairoli as well as the ever stronger and increasingly competitive De Dycker. In virtue of this result Tony Cairoli has reinforced his leadership in the general classification of the World Series with 142 points, followed by Desalle with 116 and De Dycker with 115.
Rounding out the great success for Sidi in Holland was Chiara Fontanesi, Queen of the Sidi stables. She was also accompanied by her inseparable Crossfire2 boots. The reigning WMX World Champion confirmed herself immediately as the number one in the category, dominating the first round of the season. Fontanesi had no rivals on the Valkenswaard circuit as she scored her first season double at the end of two fantastic heats.
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