In the 250 class, Kay de Wolf provided fireworks. De Wolf did not start very well in both motos and even had to come back from last place in the second moto after crashing at the start. De Wolf showed his class in Markelo and saw all the work he did rewarded with a double moto victory. Home rider Rick Elzinga gave everything he had in front of his own fans and finished second with a 2-3 in the motos ahead of Roan van de Moosdijk who after a crash in the first moto didn’t get any further than sixth place but took revenge in the second moto by finishing second. Dane Mikkel Haarup was fourth (4-4) ahead of Andrea Bonacorsi (3-7).

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In the 125 class, Janis Martins Reisulis took both motos and increased his lead in the standings. Behind him, three riders finished with the same number of points. Kasimir Hindersson eventually finished second (4-2) ahead of Max Werner (3-3) and Gyan Doensen (2-4). Damien Knuiman took fifth place with a 6-5 in the motos!

In the 85cc class, Dean Gregoire took his first ever overall win in a Dutch Masters race with a 2-1 in the motos. The only 12-year-old Gregoire rode a rock solid race in Markelo. Behind him it was Dex Kooiker who finished second to Jarne Bervoets (5-3) with a 1-2 in the motos. Dex van den Broek finished fourth on two occasions and Dani Heitink crashed in the first lap of the second moto after finishing third in the first moto and had to fight his way back up from the middle of the field. Heitink managed to finish in fifth position and kept the damage limited. At the start of the last race Bervoets, Kooiker and Heitink are in the lead with the same amount of points.

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