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5 may 2014
The World Champion brings further joy to the Sidi Sport colours

Tony Cairoli is keeping up a remarkable rhythm. At Valkenswaard, Holland, for the sixth test in the motocross World Series, the Sicilian phenomenon came away with his fourth season success, the 67th  in his career. This is Tony Cairoli’s sixth career victory on the Dutch circuit. So now Sidi is celebrating another record and a new, extraordinary accomplishment from its champion, who can be seen, as always, wearing his inseparable Sidi Crossfire2 boots during the race and on to the podium. 
A bit of misfortune prevented Cairoli from claiming victory in race1, but the seven-time World Champion came right back in race2 with an exceptional test, laying waste to all of his adversaries, who couldn’t do anything to stop a Cairoli like this. Places of honour went to Belgians Jeremy Van Horebeek and Kevin Strijbos, who came in second and third, respectively. Cairoli remains firmly in the lead of the World Series standings with 267 points, ahead of Van Horebeek, who trails with 236.
In Holland Sidi also celebrated the second place obtained by Frenchman Romain Febvre in the MX2 class. On another front, the Queen of motocross Kiara Fontanesi (Yamaha) had to settle for fourth place, but that’s all right; for Kiara what counts is that she was able to maintain her lead in the World Championship rankings.