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06 Sep

After the GP held on the circuit inside the TT Circuit in Assen, Holland, the Motocross World Championship has moved overseas to face the penultimate round of the season. The protagonists of the 2016 season, they had to face an artificial track, this time made within the arena of the Charlotte Motor Speedway Dirt Track. A track with characteristics in supercross style, compact and artificial soil, entirely visible from a grandstand with 14,000 seats. The race program is not started in the best way and in fact, due to the rains arrive Thursday and Friday, caused by a hurricane that hit Florida, the organizers were forced to cancel the first day (Friday), moving the entire event on Saturday where the protagonists have found good weather. In the main class, the MXGP, only mathematics separated Tim Gajser (Honda Gariboldi) by winning the world title, and after the first moto, finished in fourth place, the Slovenian could raise his arms to the sky to celebrate his second world title, the first in the highest category, after the one won last year. Despite the celebrations for the victory, Tim took second place in the second race that allowed him to climb on the second step of the podium the day where he proudly showed the number 1 of the motocross world champion 2016 MXGP. To complete a memorable day for Blackbird Racing, Jeremy Van Horebeek (Monster Energy Yamaha) finished third overall in the day's classification. In the MX2 instead, after the two heats in Charlotte, came the certainty that Jeremy Seewer (Team Suzuki World MX2) ranked second in the overall reserved for the "under 23" class. The assurance came after the sixth overall place finish in the Grand Prix of the Americas.
 
Next race, round #17: September 11th Glen Helen (California – USA) GP of USA.

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