Victory in France for Adrien Chareyre and the championship for Mauno Hermunen
Victory in France for Adrien Chareyre and the championship for Mauno Hermunen
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Last weekend in Rivesaltes, France, thousands of French fans gathered at the closing date of the Supermotard World Championship, it is not that they have precisely few representatives in the discipline. Adrien Chareyre won the second victory of the year after a season a bit blurred, especially at the beginning.

Meanwhile the finnish Mauno hermunen with his official TM he wrote down his first World Supermoto Championship that he had previously escaped on the back of the Husqvarna. I'm sure it will be the first of many victories because seeing his potential he still has a lot to win, although he has a few opponents. Of the last nine championships, seven have been shared between the Chareyre brothers and Tierry Van Den Bosch.

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adrien_chareyre

The surprise of the end of the season has given it Adrien chareyre carrying the Aprilia Fast Weels team to victory for the second time in the 2013 championship. With a good start in the first round, he was at the wheel of his brother and crossed the finish line in second place without major complications, while in the second he took the lead as soon as the traffic light went out and after a certain struggle with Thomar Chareyre and Thierry Van Den Bosch he escaped and crossed the finish line alone.

Second place on the podium went to the recently proclaimed runner-up. Thomas chareyre he made a great start in the first round that he managed to dominate with undeniable authority. In the second race he also made a great start but after overtaking his brother it was falling when trying to force the rhythm and lost some positions, finally entering fifth position.

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thomas_chareyre

The nice one Sylvain Bidart He is back on the podium thanks to a very great performance and showing that even though he has been out of the World Championship for some time, he is capable of carving out a niche among the greatest in the discipline, as he has made clear with a fifth place in the general classification. By getting hold of two third places managed to form a 100% French podium in Gallic lands.

Mauno hermunen He preferred to roll safely on the day of his coronation, mathematically he had it in his pocket and he almost only needed to leave France scoring to win the title of Supermotard World Champion 2013. In the first heat he took the lead but a short time later Thomas Chareyre overtook him and later he played with Van Den Bosch in the dirt area, so seeing how the spirits were, he decided to let the gale pass to finish in fourth position.

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mauno_hermunen

In the second round, an even more discreet eighth place allowed him close the season smoothly and take Finland the laurels that confirm him as one of the best riders in the discipline who still has a long way to go.

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