Courtney Duncan takes Race 2 win WMX Round 3, France

Courtney Duncan takes Race 2 win WMX Round 3, France

Courtney Duncan (Altherm JCR Yamaha) wins Race 2 of Women’s World Motocross Championship Round 3 at Ernee, France in controlled, focused fashion stamping her contention on the coveted WMX Title 2017.

Duncan made hard work in maintaining the Red Plate secured over the previous 2 Rounds in Indonesia and Trentino February and April consecutively, crashing in Race 1 to be forced DNF and no points.

The gutsy NZ’der showed the patriotic French crowd how determined she is by pulling the Race 2 win, over home queen favourite Livia Lancelot (Team One One Four Kawasaki) who took the Round 3 Overall standing proud on the top step of the podium.

Italian Kiara Fontanesi (MX FontaRacing Yamaha) kept safe, consistent and secured her position for 3rd place with Dutch star Nancy Van de Ven holding 2nd in Round 3 of 6 in the WMX 2017 Series.

Fontanesi made firm her contention for WMX Title cementing the Round 2 Overall win at Trentino to put the Italian one point ahead of French rider Livia Lancelot today.

Fontanesi holds the Red Plate heading into Round 4 at Loket, Czech Republic on July 23rd.

WMX Championship points after 3 Rounds: Kiara Fontanesi 115, Livia Lancelot 114, and Courtney Duncan 108.

WMX Race 1 Highlights: MXGP-TV

Words: Sharon Cox


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