After the "stop and go" in Europe, two weeks ago in the Netherlands (Valkenswaard) the motocross world championship is back on track for the fourth race of the season, with the first of two consecutive races in South America, on the circuit of Villa la Angostura a few kilometers from the Chile's border. For all the pretenders to the title of the MX2, it was inpossible to stop Jeffrey Herlings (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) that riding the KTM 250 SXF supported by Athena GET It made the perfect race even in Patagonia. Eight wins out of eight motos, four pole positions out of four, eight fastest laps in eight motos. Theese are the "numbers" of the two-time world champion who seems determined to make a "perfect season" with a "full" of victories. On the second step of the podium, finished Jeremy Seewer (Team Suzuki World MX2) even leading to second in the overall standings and riding the Suzuki RMZ 250 equipped with the control unit RX1 EVO, the data acquisition system M40 and the innovative Launch Control LC-GPA system. The Swiss relegated behind him (third overall) Aleksandr Tonkov (Wilvo Standing Construct Yamaha Yamalube) in the race with the Yamaha YZF 250 equipped with the control unit RX1 EVO, the data acquisition system M40 and the innovative Launch Control LC-GPA system. Not a very good race instead, for Pauls Jonass (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) who, riding the KTM 250 SXF supported by Athena GET and was forced to retire in race 1 due to a fall on the first lap. In MXGP, return on the podium for Antonio Cairoli (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) always riding the KTM 450 SXF supported by Athena GET. Only one point for Tony, from the GP's victory, but this result shows the full recovery of the several time world champion, after the injury in the beginning of the season. Fourth overall, Romain Febvre (Monster Energy Yamaha Racing Team) who had to recover from the back of the pack due a fall at the start of Race 1 (fifth) and then, in Race 2 he finished in third place. The world champion led the race on his Yamaha YZF 450 equipped with the control unit RX1 EVO, the data acquisition system M40 and the innovative Launch Control LC-GPA system. Still riding the Yamaha YZF 450 equipped with the control unit RX1 EVO, the data acquisition system M40 and the innovative Launch Control LC-GPA system, Jeremy Van Horebeek, fifth in the overall. 

Next race, round #05: Leon (Mexico) April 16-14 GP of Leon.