Kiara Fontanesi wins fourth wmx world championship

Aug 21, 2015 850

The Loket racetrack in the Czech Republic offered endless thrills over the weekend in the last race for the 2015 WMX World Series, where Kiara Fontanesi started at a disadvantage, trailing behind Livia Lancelot. Kiara had to beat her to the chase and recover those few points separating her from victory.

But when the game gets tough, the tough get in to it. Thus, grit, determination and a bit of luck allowed Kiara Fontanesi to walk away with the motocross' pink World Title for the fourth year in a row. It all came down to race2 on Sunday. While Kiara gave it her all and closed out the Grand Prix in second place, Livia Lancelot (Kawasaki) was forced to withdraw in the preliminary reconnaissance lap due to mechanical problems. This little assist from fate thus made up for Kiara's misfortunes in the previous races. The final standings assigned Kiara Fontanesi 260 points, while Livia Lancelot came away with 242. In was quite an enterprise to achieve this absolute record, which consecrates Kiara as the reigning Queen of motocross.

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