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Bolley and Everts Split Moto Wins at German MX GP

In rainy, muddy, messy conditions, Frenchman Frédérick Bolley won the opening moto at the Greman Motocross Grand Prix on August 29, 1999 riding his factory Honda. Second in moto number one was his teammate, and defending World champion, Stefan Everts. David Vuillemin (Yamaha) was third, with American Ryan Hughes (Honda) fourth.

Everts won the second moto with Vuillemin second and Bolley third. German Pit Beirer (Kawasaki) came through for fourth place in the second moto.

Bolley stretched his lead to 19 points over Beirer for the championship.

Results First Heat (Top 10):

1. Frédérick Bolley (Honda)
2. Stefan Everts (Honda)
3. David Vuillemin (Yamaha)
4. Ryan Hughes (Honda)
5. Joshua Coppins (Suzuki)
6. Mickael Pichon (Suzuki)
7. Mark Jones (Honda)
8. Mickael Maschio (Yamaha)
9. Marko Kovalainen (Honda)
10. Mark Eastwood (Honda)

Results Second Heat (Top 10):

1. Stefan Everts (Honda)
2. David Vuillemin (Yamaha)
3. Frédérick Bolley (Honda)
4. Pit Beirer (Kawasaki)
5. Mark Jones Honda)
6. Mickael Pichon (Suzuki)
7. Mickael Maschio (Yamaha)
8. Leon Giesbers (Suzuki)
9. Ryan Hughes (Honda)
10. Joshua Coppins (Suzuki)

Championship Points Standings (Top 10)

1. Frédérick Bolley, 428 pts.
2. Pit Beirer, 409 pts.
3. David Vuillemin, 361 pts.
4. Ryan Hughes, 348 pts.
5. Marnicq Bervoets, 267 pts.
6. Mickael Maschio, 265 pts.
7. Joshua Coppins, 251 pts.
8. Leon Giesbers, 184 pts.
9. Remy van Rees, 164 pts.
10. Alessandro Belometti, 122 pts.