GP of Bulgaria

Anthony Boissiere marks points only in race two
The Motocross World Championship 2010 is started from Sevlievo, the most beautiful MX circuit in the world, and in a good climatic conditions such that the spectacle was at highest level.
TM RACING Team was presented at this first appointment with a new rider after the bad injury suffered by Aigar Leok, with the last-minute insertion of Anthony Boissière.
And just from Boissière that came the best result, even if only in race 2.
Anthony, with just over three days testing the new TM MX 450Fi, has proven to be immediately fast just from the Saturday’s qualifying race, with the eleventh time in the MX1 class.
In Race 1 Boissière can start in the top ten and immediately tries to find space because he knows that the first lap is crucial for acquiring important positions, but the fight is hard and nobody close the throttle. Towards the end of the first lap he is hit heavily by Xavier Boog that destroys his left radiator forcing him to retire. In Race 2 Boissière is the author of a fantastic start and after a few turns he is in fourth position. Anthony knows that he must be careful because without raced the first heat he may not knows how the track has changed and an error could also undermine this result. Towards mid-race commits a simple mistake and its TM’s engine switch off in a slow corner. Able to start quickly the bike and resumed the race in twelfth position and finishing in eleventh place. Ten points and the fifteenth position in the provisional rankings which, nevertheless, represent a good result that bodes well for the next GPs.
Also Martin Michek in MX1 concluded with a twenty-fourth place in race 2, that with all the strong riders presents in this category should be considered a good result.In the MX2 class Khounsith Vongsana failed to complete his race. The French rider on his return from Bulgaria, still grappling with an influence that does not abandon him, he will undergo a complete checkup to verify the nature of these physical problems that afflict him since some