During last week in Moerbeke-Waas track the  first  Belgium  championship race was held, where Sahkar Racing team also attended,besides Estonia the team´s second home  is situated precisely in this famous motocross country.

Both team riders, last year junior champion  Jago Geerts and Hardi Roosiorg are competetors this season and are competing on KTM bikes in the Belgian championship MX 2 class.

On photo: Hardi Roosiorg Foto author: Gino Maes

The qualification in Moerbeke-Waas went good for both riders, Roosiorg got second and Geerts got third lap time. In the first race Geerts took a confident win, he was ahead of Jere Haavisto by half a minute who was the fastest in time practice. Roosiorg did a moddest start and managed to get  fourth place. In the second race Geerts was again the best and he´s lead was 5.5 seconds over he´s team mate, third was Haavisto, the fin was in turn 7 seconds behind Roosiorg.

“After two races the overall winner was Geerts who collected 50points, Haavisto (42 p) was second and Roosiorg (40 p) third.
I´m pleased with the qualifying , as I managed to get second time, although I could have gotten a better time, but I didnt want to over do it. The first start was bad for me I had to struggle to get in front again, since passing someone on this track is quite difficult then saddly fourth place was the best I could do. The second start went much better I was straightway second, but I made some mistakes and Jago and Jere passed me. I had to push again and managed to pass Haavisto, but could´nt catch Jago. “Thank´s” to the first race results I was saddly third on the podium, but this is still a good result. I made quite a mistake, when going in to the race with new clothing and boots what were a bit stiff, thank´s to it I didnt have the maximum confidence I could have, ” say´d Roosiorg who turned 18 today.

On photo: Jago Geerts Foto author: Gino Maes

“Third place on time pratice wasnt bad at all and gave me a good starting position.
In the opening race I straight away got in to the lead and were available to hold a good pace and win the race with confidence. In the second race I was again first off the line, but then made a mistake and fell fourth. Luckely I managed to get back in to the lead and then I only had to finish the race without mistakes. Two wins from two races and I´m the leader in the championship therefore I can be quite happy,” say´ the overjoyd belgian.

The next race for Sahkar Racing is on the upcomming weekend in Axelis, where the Netherlands championship´s last qualification race is being held.