GP of Sweden 2010

Good the first one for Boissiére in the GP of SwedenThe double northern GPs of Latvia and Sweden was not the best for TM Team and its riders.
For Anthony Boissiére is a trip to forget in a hurry as he was protagonist of a bad fall in the second heat that forced him to make a stop at the nearby hospital.
Just from the qualifying race on Saturday Anthony was involved in a start fall . Started again from the back he however managed to recovery up to the thirteenth place.
In the first heat scheduled for Sunday Boissiére was fast enough to start and manage to fit around the fifteenth position before recovering and closing in tenth place behind his countryman Xavier Boog.
In race two Anthony manages to pass into the first corners around the tenth position while during the first lap he becomes victim of a very bad fall that forced him to stop. Transported to the nearest hospital for tests are excluded fractures so that the French TM rider was able to return home regularly and as we are writing he is doing more accurate checks nearby his personal Doctors.
Martin Michek who didn’t take part to the GP of Latvia because of engaged in a round of Czech, is back in Sweden riding the MX2 but without much luck. In the qualifying race also Martin had to recover after a fall in the start finishing in twenty-first position showing to be very fast on this track. In the two heats scheduled on Sunday Michek is author of good starts around the fifteenth place but he pays a high price for too much vehemence falling down during the first lap in both heats and forced to recovery again finishing close to the points zone.
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