The FIM Motocross World Championship arrived at the MXGP of Spain over the weekend, marking round six of the 2023 season. Jeffrey Herlings continued his winning ways for his 102th GP victory. Mattia Guadagnini and Ruben Fernandez completing the round podium in the premier MXGP class.
Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Jeffrey Herlings has set a new all-time Grand Prix win record with a comprehensive 1-1 moto haul in Madrid, Spain and the sixth round of the 2023 FIM World Championship. Across a rough and rutty hard-packed course south of the capital, Herlings was dominant with his KTM 450 SX-F for his second triumph in a row, his third of the season, a first 1-1 of the year and the 102nd of a career that began in Red Bull KTM colors in 2010.
- Jeffrey Herlings is victorious for the second time in a week and the fourth time on Spanish soil to move to within 6 points of the MXGP world championship lead.
- Seven days after equaling Stefan Everts’ old 101 record the 28-year-old Dutchman sets the new standard with 102, and 192 career moto wins, all achieved with KTM 250 SX-F and KTM 450 SX-F machinery and in 23 different countries and 43 different circuits.
- Andrea Adamo celebrates his fourth MX2 podium from six rounds with 3rd place in Spain.
- After back-to-back Grands Prix on the Iberian Peninsula, MXGP now travels to Villars sous Ecot in the east of France and for the time since 2017.
MXGP Race 1