J. Reisulis won both races on his GYTR kitted YZ125, taking his first EMX round win of the season and securing the EMX125 Championship lead. The 15-year-old Latvian’s determination and incredible riding skills were evident as he charged from fifth to first place in Race One and maintained his dominance in Race Two.
In EMX250, Bonacorsi extended his championship lead with a 1-2 finish, putting him on the second step of the podium. He demonstrated his prowess in Race One, emerging victorious in a thrilling battle with Valerio Lata. Race Two saw Lata take the upper hand, but Bonacorsi's second-place finish earned him the same points as the overall winner, increasing his championship lead to 22-points.
The Ciclamino circuit in Pietramurata, known for its challenging layout, tested the riders' abilities. Hutten Metaal Yamaha Official EMX250’s Karlis Reisulis, older brother of Janis, finished two points shy of the podium. Meanwhile, teammate Ivano Van Erp showed significant progress, improving on his 10th place in Race One with an eighth in Race Two for ninth overall.
All three Hutten Metaal Yamaha riders rank within the top ten, with Bonacorsi leading the championship, Van Erp in fifth place, and K.Reisulis in eighth. Yamaha also leads the Manufacturer's Championship in both EMX250 and EMX125 Championships.
After a strong start to their 2023 European Championship campaigns, both teams eagerly await the third round of the EMX250 and EMX125 championships, set to take place alongside the MXGP of Portugal in Agueda on April 29-30.
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