Motocross rider Glen Coldenhoff has won the second moto of the French Grand Prix. The 31-year-old from Brabant finished third overall after twelfth place in the first moto. The victory in the Grand Prix went to the Swiss Jeremy Seewer.
Seewer had previously won the first round on the circuit in Ernée ahead of Spaniard Jorge Prado and Belgian Brent Van Doninck. In the second moto Coldenhoff overtook Prado, who had been in the lead for a long time, and kept ahead of Seewer and the Spaniard. It is the first race this year that Coldenhoff manages to win. He has finished second three times this season.
Coldenhoff is fifth in the World Cup with 306 points. Tim Gajser leads with 438 points. The Slovenian finished fifth and fourth in France.
Calvin Vlaanderen came in fifteenth in the first moto and had to retire in the second. Brian Bogers did not start in France due to illness.
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Glen Coldenhoff wins second moto at GP in France | Other sports
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