Women’s World MX Championship Round 2

Women’s World MX Championship Round 2

2017 World Women’s Motocross Championship is already turning into an epic battle among the World’s fastest Women riders with the front runners pushing limits to gain race wins.

Photo Credit: MXGP

Photo Credit: MXGP

WMX Round 2 at Trentino, this weekend produced thrills, spills and all in between with NZ’s Red Plate leader Courtney Duncan pulling a handsome lead in Race 1 only to undo her winning gap, crashing heavily and then recovering to finish 2nd.

Italian and 4x Women World MX Champion Kiara Fontanesi capitalised on Duncan’s mistake and made her mark on the WMX Series taking Race 1 win in front up her home country’s fans cheering track-side.

WMX Race 2 –what a race. Leader changed so many times, from Dutch favourite Nancy Van der Ven, to NZ’s Courtney Duncan, to current WMX Champion Livia Lancelot in final lap.

Final WMX Round 2 results: Italian Kiara Fontanesi 1st, NZ’s Courtney Duncan 2nd and 3rd step of podium French star Livia Lancelot.

Courtney Duncan retains the Red Plate with 4 Rounds to go.

WMX is a long season, stretching to Final World’s Women MX Championship Round on September 17th. It will be a season to watch!


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