In the MX2 class the CRF250Rs were out in force. Race one saw four Hondas cross the line within less than four seconds of each-other, but it was race two that would decide who would be the leading Honda in the overall results.
It was Team Honda Assomotor’s Stephen Rubini who battled hard to improve from 10th on lap one to cross the line in seventh overall, giving the Frenchman 9th overall and 24 valuable World Championship points.
Stephen’s teammate Alvin Östlund finished the day just four points away from Rubini with 10th overall. It was then Honda 114 Motorsport’s Bailey Malkovich in 11th and stand-in rider Morgan Lesiardo in 12th. Once again, four Honda’s bunched together in the final points today.
The gate drops on next and final round of the 2020 FIM World Motocross Championship in four days time here in Trentino and Honda’s MX2 racers are hoping to finish the season on a high.