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Madrid warms up to host the Motocross World Championship

They warmed up and there was a pending party that finally, on the weekend of October 16 to 17, you will be able to live up close in Madrid. The Motocross World Championship lands in Spain For the second consecutive year and after the absence of the public in 2020 due to COVID, now the full grand prize will be enjoyed to win all the emotion that the protagonists missed during their premiere on this stage. Because to an exceptional weekend, he only lacked a celebration to match with which to celebrate the premiere of the competition and the double that he signed a Jorge Prado who has a lot to blame of all the fans that have been generated around this championship.

Lugo’s two titles in MX2 together with its premiere in the premier category of motocross, they the ideal setting for the World Cup to land in our territory and at the same time, to put Madrid back in the orbit of the motorsport. Because since 1981, when the last F1 race was held at the Jarama circuit, the capital stopped hosting world-wide motor competitions, which are now returning from the hand of a discipline that is experiencing its most competitive moment in recent years. MXGP faces the final stretch of the course with five champions aspiring to the title, among which is a Jorge Prado who hopes to repeat his performance, now in front of his team with the aim of pushing himself to the lead of the general classification, from which only 12 points separate him.

“The Spanish GP is going to be the key and I hope to win again. For that I need your help and your support. This year there will be no restrictions, see you there “, said the man from Lugo in the presentation of the event, encouraging all audiences to participate in a grand prize that also, will feature for the first time the WMX, women’s world championship motocross. Among the participants will be Gabriela Seisdedos, champion of Spain, in what will be a special test twice as her municipality, Arroyomolinos, is the face of bringing this discipline closer to the Spanish fans: “It is a success and it is an extra motivation. It’s a dream that I could never have imagined The support I can feel is amazing and I hope all this support helps me do my best. “

During the previous edition, “the support of all the fans was lacking” how do you recognize Ruben Fernandez, the new promise of Spanish motocross that will compete in the MX2 category, to continue promoting an event “with great projection nationally and internationally”, Alberto Tomé, Deputy Minister of Sports of the Community of Madrid, was referring to. He also highlighted the importance of this event Manuel Casado, president of the RFEM, And now, after fulfilling the dream of landing in Spain, it only remains to open the doors of a stage in which Jorge Prado, as he has confessed Diego Muñoz, CEO of Lastlap and the event, will try to make the joy complete: “He told me that if he didn’t feel like a favorite, he would go home.” Although really, go back to yours.

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