Max Werner takes top ten place in EMX250 Germany

Max Werner of the JM Racing Honda team managed to achieve a top ten place in his home race of the EMX250 Championship in Teutschenthal, Germany. He managed to achieve this in the first heat with a tenth place. In the second moto he came back to nineteenth place after a crash at the start.

Werner started the weekend energetically by setting the ninth fastest time in time practice. For Werner this was his strongest qualifying yet and it gave him confidence for the first heat.

In the first moto Werner got a good start and went into the first corner in fourth place. In the corner he fell back to sixth place, but he managed to regain this position during the first lap. In the first 10 to 15 minutes he rode strongly but then he lost his rhythm and fell back to tenth place.

Eager for a better result, he started in the second heat, but unfortunately he crashed in the first corner and had to start the race last. Things went well again in the first ten minutes, but just like in the first moto he then lost the rhythm and it became more difficult. Werner kept fighting until the finish, but he couldn’t get more than nineteenth place.

With a 10-19 in the heats, Werner finished twelfth in the overall standings and is now thirteenth in the championship.

Delvintor Alfarizi crashed in the third corner at the start of the first moto of the MX2 class. Because the bike suffered damage, he had to return to the pits to repair it. To get to know the circuit better, Alfarizi finished the race and started preparing for the second moto.

In the second moto he got a good start and was able to keep up with the pace of the riders in front of him in the first ten minutes. He rode in a group up to the eighteenth man. Unfortunately, he got a block pass from the rider behind him and due to this he crashed and hurt himself. Alfarizi finished twenty-seventh and therefore remained scoreless in Germany.

This weekend, JM Honda Racing will race the ninth round of the world championship in Kegums, Latvia!