Kay de Wolf of the Beursfoon KTM team won both heats of the second round of the Dutch Masters of Motocross at Oldebroek. This elevated him to the championship lead. Scott Smulders missed the podium by a hair and finished fourth, while Sem Beijer finished 17th. During Saturday’s Open Dutch Championship event, Milan Beijer was 10th in the 65cc small wheeel class and Raff de Wolf second in the 85 cc small wheels.

The track at Oldebroek presented a full motocross weekend during Easter. On Saturday, the mighty mites battled for glory in the Open Dutch Championship series, and on Easter Monday the big guns were out in the Dutch Masters of Motocross series.

Kay de Wolf started the Dutch Masters day off well with pole position. His Hannamax KTM was 2 seconds faster than the next best rider. Kay’s Prox clutch helped him to a clear holeshot in race one, and after a tough battle with Kay Karssemakers, he clinched the win. A much worse start in race two forced Kay to put all his skills on display as he fought from 10th to first for another win and a perfect points tally.

Scott Smulders had a decent start in the first race, fighting forward from sixth on his Eurol lubed bike. He claimed fourth eventually. In the second race he finished fourth again after recovering from a bad start. He narrowly missed the podium and was fourth overall.

Sem Beijer had a decent start in the first race, but lost the connection with the leaders and dropped back. His bright Fox kit was visible as he kept in the points, finishing 16th.

Another good start in race two gave hope for a top ten finish, but some mistakes dropped him outside of the points. He recovered well to finish 16th.

On Saturday, Milan Beijer recovered from a mid pack start in the first race to finish ninth. In the second race he launched much better, but a crash later on relegated him to tenth.

Raff de Wolf had a sterling outing at Oldebroek. In the first race, he used a good start to optimal effect to work his way to second. He kept the pressure on, and when the leader made a mistake, he claimed the lead and won the race.  In the second heat he came through the field to finish second.

The next round of the Dutch Masters of Motocross is on 6 May at Mill. News weekend the team will race at the third round of the Open Dutch Championship series at Rosmalen.