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2010 FIM Motocross Netherlands Grand Prix Photo Gallery

Check out all the latest photos from the 2010 FIM Motocross Grand Prix of the Netherlands.

Jeremy Van Horebeek had made life difficult for himself with a series of crashes on Saturday, and the Belgian had to use a lot of energy in the first moto on Sunday to recover to 11th place after being dragged to the ground in a pile-up at the start.
Steven Frossard - 2010 FIM Motocross Netherlands Grand Prix
Antonio Cairoli continues his podium sweep with two more in the Netherlands followed by Suzuki's Steve Ramon and Yamaha's David Philippaerts.
Racers fight for the front position off the line - 2010 FIM Motocross Netherlands Grand Prix
MX1 Starting line - 2010 FIM Motocross Netherlands Grand Prix
Yamaha Monster Energy Ricci Motocross Team's Ken De Dycker was 6th overall but had problems getting comfortable and with setting a consistent speed across the sand.
"It’s the first time in my career that I have got in the podium at a sandy track and that confirms that the training we did during the winter is bringing its rewards." -Steven Frossard
After some solid racing Roczen now heads the series by just one point from World Champion Marvin Musquin.
After demonstrating the required speed but falling foul of some misfortune in the first two rounds, Philippaerts was finally able to get his hands on a 2010 podium trophy.
Teka Suzuki Europe World MX2's Ken Roczen toasted his third consecutive podium result on the RM-Z250 with second place at a warm and sunny Eurocircuit in Valkenswaard for the Grand Prix of Netherlands.
Steve Ramon took well to the Netherlands and picked up his first podium of 2010.
Shaun Simpson who missed the first GP through injury was also on form on his KTM 250 SX-F finishing overall fourth while bagging a handy 34 championship points.
"It was an indescribable feeling," Jeffrey said. "Just amazing, I had two good starts from not a very good starting position. But one GP is not the whole season so I am just going to try to be consistent and take it one race at a time." -Jeffrey Herlings
"Second place again but this is OK because I want to keep a cool head and keep on taking results like these. I am runner-up here but I have the red plate. There are some small things we still need to work on but nobody is perfect!" -Ken Roczen.
David Philippaerts marked a small landmark in Yamaha's MX1-GP history when he took the innovative rear-slanting fuel injected 2010 YZ450FM to 3rd place overall.
Marvin Musquin put in two heroic rides on Sunday after being banged up in a mega crash in qualifying on Saturday and certainly rode with his share of bruises. To add to his bad day Marvin got tangled in some netting in the first moto, which affect his rear brake.
Tanel Leok was the top Honda performer at a physical and demanding meeting for both rider and machine as the sand became a tough opponent in the two motos.
Ramon built his speed and attack through the lines of the Dutch course - even leading the second moto for a healthy distance.
KTM's Antonio Cairoli completely dominated the first moto in the shifting sandy surface of the Dutch circuit, again proving that the new KTM 350 SX-F machine is definitely the one to beat.
Jeffrey Herlings put in a stunning performance on the track to take the first moto by a margin of 11.5 seconds and the second by 12.1 seconds leaving no doubt that he was not only the MX2 rider of the day.