(Belga) Jorge Prado (Gas Gas) won the Portuguese Grand Prix, round four of the World Motocross Championship, at the MXGP, on Sunday at Agoda.
The Spaniard, who won the first and second rounds in the second round (47 points), scored for the first time this season, ahead of Slovenian Tim Jajser (Honda) with 45 points, who retains the lead in the world championship. Gajser finished third in the first half before taking second place. Dutchman Brian Bogers (Husqvarna), second and third, is third in the Grand Prix with 40 points. Jeremy van Horbeck (Beta), ninth in the first half and tenth in the second, finished 10th in the standings for this Lusitian meeting. A fall victim at the start of the first heat, Brent Van Donenck (Yamaha) finished 15th in the second round to finish the Grand Prix 19th. At the World Championships, Tim Gajser (186 points) remained 21 points ahead of the Prado (165 points), in second place. Jeremy van Horbeek is seventh (99 points) and Brent Van Donenk is 18 (34 points). In MX2, Jago Geerts (Yamaha), third in the Grand Prix, retained the world championship lead ahead of France’s Tom Vialle (KTM), Agueda winner. The fifth round is scheduled for next Sunday in Petramurata with the Grand Prix of Trento. (Belga)