BEST SHOTS: MXGP THAILAND

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Photos by Massimo Zanzani

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2015 champion Romain Febvre is back on top, taking a win in the MXGP of Thailand.  Tim Gajser is second in the Honda gear and Jeremy Van Horebeek earned third.

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Antonio Cairoli was able to make a solid 2nd place in the first moto but a mistake in the second moto resulted in a 12th place finish in the second moto.

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Tim Gajser had lost his bike for a moment in the first moto but was able to pull through with a third in the first moto.

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Belguim rider Jeremy Van Horebeek stayed in the top five. His consistency paid off with a third place in the MXGP Thailand overall.

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Kei Yamamoto (400 on the Honda) had a good start in the first Moto.  

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Kevin Strijbos completely focused.

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Ben Townley recovered from his last position in the first moto with a second place.

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From left to right; Jeremy Seewer, Jeffery Herlings, Aleksandr Tonkov.

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Jeffery Herlings leads the pack. Herlings was able to get first place in every MX2 race of the MXGP so far.

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Pauls Jonass definitely showed some improvement in going from 9th place in the first moto to 5th in the second.

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