Jeremy Van Horebeek & Jorge Prado set the Tag Heuer Best Laps in Kegums

TAG Heuer has been the official timekeeper of the FIM Motocross World Championship since 2014 and together with MXGP are running the fastest lap competition across each season. 

The way it works is: at each and every round of the MXGP season, the rider that sets the best lap time in each class, MXGP and MX2, will receive 1 point in the TAG Heuer competition. The rider that has set the fastest lap at the most rounds throughout the season in MXGP and MX2 classes, and has the most points, will be awarded.

At the MXGP of Latvia taking place in Kegums on June the 15th and 16th it was Honda SR Motoblouz’ Jeremy Van Horebeek who set the TAG HEUER best lap in MXGP for the first time and Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Jorge Prado in MX2. 

Here below you have the details: 

MXGP: Jeremy Van Horebeek at Race 2 Lap 2 with 1:55:727

MX2: Jorge Prado at Race 2 Lap 3 with 1:54:604

Check out MXGP.com home page for the Top 3 TAG Heuer Best Lap competition’s ranking.

Author: 
Youthstream

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