Iserbyt can live with third place

    Iserbyt may have lost its leading position in the World Cup standings, but the West Flemish rider has not lost anything yet, only four points behind. “Laurens (Sweeck) is having a strong season, but I hope that from December I will gradually be back to my old self and my injury will be less bothersome. With such a small difference and seven motos left, I suspect that we will fight until the end.”

    Iserbyt was quite satisfied with his match. “When I saw Mathieu rush past on the first lap, I feared he would take a minute,” said Iserbyt. “I finish at 22 seconds, my last two laps went really well and the difference is still small. So all in all it’s not too bad.” Another double weekend awaits next weekend with the Superprestige in Boom and the World Cup in Antwerp. Iserbyt then goes on an internship to Spain and normally flies back and forth for the matches in Dublin and Val di Sole

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