25th Supercross de Paris Bercy, Race 2 Jeremy McGrath (n°2) got some good starts tonight, but it's Chad Reed (n°22) who won again

25th Supercross de Paris Bercy, Race 2 That's the picture that all the riders got from Chad Reed tonight 


Same riders shoot again! The second night of the Paris Bercy Supercross was again an affair between Chad Reed and Grant Langston, and once more the Australian won the night classification with three wins to zero. He is now in good position to be crowned ‘King of Bercy’ tomorrow.

Nothing could stop Reed tonight, even a bad start due to a French pile up who stopped Benjamin Coisy and Sébastien Pourcel at the last start ! Starting far from his main rivals, Reed who won earlier the first race and then the tournament came back pretty fast in second position behind Langston. He reduced the gap with the factory Yamaha rider, and put some pressure on Grant who crashed after mid race. Third after this mistake, behind Reed and Andrew Short really fast and consistant tonight, Langston was once more the main rival of the Australian really impressive in the whoops section, but finished only third overall tonight.

Even more exciting than on Friday, the Free Style exhibition was again a huge success and the fans had a great opportunity to cheer for his last appearance in Europe Ronnie Renner and for one of his last exhibition Frenchman Manu Troux.

Andrew Short was strong tonight with two second positions in the finals

Classement: 1.Reed (AUS, Yamaha); 2. Short (USA, Honda); 3.Langston (AFS, Yamaha); 4.Brayton (USA, KTM); 5.Grant (USA, Honda); 6.Mac Grath (USA, Honda); 7.Musquin (FRA, Kawasaki); 8.Coulon (FRA, Yamaha); 9.Coisy (FRA, Honda); 10.Aubin (FRA, Yamaha); 11.Paulin (FRA, Kawasaki); 12.S.Pourcel (FRA, Kawasaki); 13.Sorby (FRA, Kawasaki); 14.Roy (CAN, Yamaha); 15.Rombault (FRA, Kawasaki); 16.Van Horebeek (BEL, KTM)


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