The three-stage series in Latvia was won by the Dutchman Jeffrey Herlings (“Red Bull KTM”), who strengthened himself in the overall leading position.Slovenian Tim Gayser (“Honda”) won the first race, followed by Lithuanian Armin Jasikonis (“Rockstar Energy Husqvarna”), and the third was Spaniard Horhe Prado (“Red Bull KTM”).Gayer took the lead immediately after the start and was followed by Prado. In the first laps, Jasikonis also won the place in the top three, who also overtaken the Prado towards the end of the race.Meanwhile, Sabulis took 12th place in the first lap, then climbed one place, but in the last laps he was overtaken by the titled Italian Antonio Kairol (Red Bull KTM), who failed at the start, so the race started from the end. took 16th place, while Karro finished in 25th place.Cairoli took the lead in the second race after the start, but later Herlings took his first place. This was followed by Gayser and Prado.Later, Cairoli regained the place in the top three, and Jasikonis also gradually climbed to the top. Three laps before the finish, Gajsers, who was in the second position at the time, left, thus allowing the Lithuanian to enter the first three. Herlings won convincingly, but Kairoli won the second place.Karro started in the third place in the start, but Sabulis started the race from the last position. At the finish, Karro took the 21st place, but Sabulis was two positions lower, leaving both Latvians without points.Herlings won the stage with 43 points, ahead of Jasikoni by one point, and Prado was in third place with 38 points. Sabulim had five points and 20th place in the stage, but Karro was left without points and was classified in the 25th position.After five stages in the overall standings of the World Championship, the leader with 213 points is Herlings, the second place with 167 points is taken by Gaysers, and then with 163 points Jasikonis and Kairoli follow.Paul Jonas has scored 26 points and is in the 22nd place, but Sabulis with 16 points is in the 24th position.Before that, Sabulis showed the 22nd fastest lap in the qualification, but Karro was the 32nd result.In the MX2 class, the Frenchman Tom Vialle and the Belgian Jago Gertts won the races. Vialle is the leader in the overall World Cup standings.On Sunday, Ķegums “Grand Prix” was the final of three competitions, which were held in Latvia in one week. In Ķegums above from 8-9. and from August 11-12, two MXGP competitions were held – the Latvian “Grand Prix” and the Riga “Grand Prix”.In the MXGP class, Latvia was not represented by the leading Finnish motorcyclist Pauls Jonass from the “Rockstar Energy Husqvarna” unit, who is unlikely to return to the track this season due to serious injuries.The Latvian “Grand Prix” was won by the Dutchman Glens Koldenhofs, but the fastest in the Riga Grand Prix was Kairoli.Sabulis was ranked 19th in the first race, while Karro finished three positions below. Riga “Grand Prix” Sabulis was in the 18th place, but Karro in the 25th position.The MXGP World Motocross Championship returned to the track in Ķegums over the weekend after a five-month break. At the beginning of March, only two stages took place – the “Grand Prix” of Great Britain and the Netherlands.The stage of the World Championship on the “Golden Horse” track took place for the 12th time.On the Kegums track in Latvia, three consecutive stages of the International Motorsport Federation (FIM) Motocross World Championship took place.The next stage of the MXGP will take place on September 6 in Turkey, followed by four stages in Italy.