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Kay De Wolf - Gallery

Kay De Wolf - Gallery

May 22

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In France last weekend, MX2 series leader missed out on the domination from rounds two and three in Spain and Sardinia, but his 3-3-2 was still good enough to actually extend his lead over second placed man Simon Langenfelder, who could only manage 7-3-2 scores. Now with 342 points, the lead by the Dutchman is 52 points, which is stunning as we only sit in round seven.

While the Nestaan Husqvarna factory talent is in total control, you get the feeling the last three rounds have been tougher than he would have liked and while he still picked up good points and still extended his points lead, riders like team-mate, Lucas Coenen and Red Bull KTM factory rider Liam Everts have at times made up for poor starts to the season.

With the pressure on, it will be interesting to see what de Wolf comes up with in Germany in a little over a week’s time and then in Latvia, where he should enjoy the white sand of the Kegums circuit. Below are his thoughts on last weekend and also the weekend before that in Lugo, Spain. We also have a cool gallery from FullSpectrum, and I might add, de Wolf, for me has the best-looking technique in all classes and that FOX gear is bling, bling. Brilliant images and amazing style and gear. What more could you ask?

France – Round Seven

"The first race was intense, but I managed to hold on. In the second moto, I eased up when the rain and storms hit, keeping the bigger picture in mind. It was definitely another great weekend—I’m really happy with the bike and my performance. Being back on the podium and extending my championship lead feels fantastic. I hope we can keep this momentum going!"

Spain – Round Six

"It was a good weekend - I extended my points lead - and I’m really happy overall. It’s a shame that the 3rd and second place finishes were not enough to make the podium. I thought my riding overall was great. The starts were not so good, and the consistency was good too. I just want to focus on my riding in general - I feel very comfortable on the bike at the moment, and I’m looking forward to the next round in France."

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