Marc de Reuve Gets Back to Business

Martin Honda rider Marc de Reuver has made a strong comeback after his ankle injury. De Reuver took the overall win at the international race in Emmercompascuum, Holland last weekend with a second and first position in the motos.
In the week before the race Marc tested his factory Honda for the first time and felt straight at home on the bike. With a good feeling he travelled to Emmercompascuum to participate in an international event. Due a lot of overnight rain the track was muddy in the morning practice sessions. Despite this Marc found some good lines on the track and set the second fastest time in qualifying.
First moto:
The start of the first moto was good and in first position he came out of the first corner. Marc held on to this position in the beginning of the race but in lap 6 he dropped back to second position. Marc stayed close to the leader for the rest of the race but finally he had to be satisfied with second in the first moto.
Second moto:
In the second moto Marc came out of the first corner in the top five. During the first lap he worked himself up to second position and set his sights on the leader. Till the middle of the race the gap between Marc and the leader stayed the same but in the second part of the moto Marc started to close the gap. With still two laps to go Marc took over the lead and never looked back. With a happy feeling he crossed the line in first position in the second moto.
With a 2-1 in the motos Marc took the overall win in Emmercompascuum. This weekend the first round of the World Championship Series will be held in Valkenswaard, Holland