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MXGP World Motocross Championship Czech Republic July 25 2015

Paul Iverson

Loket, Czech Republic, round 13 of the FIM World Motocross Championships MXGP and MX2. MX GP Champion Tony Cairoli not racing, Jeffrey Herlings injured, info below.

Saturday Qualifying Races

MXGP: Romain Febvre is the man of the moment in MX GP. He leads the point standings, and, now with Tony Cairoli out of action (full info on Tony below), the 2015 championship is his if he stays injury free. He won today’s MX GP Qualifying Race, with fellow Frenchman Gautier Paulin 2nd, Glenn Coldenhoff 3rd. Febvre leads Paulin by 66 points in the championship chase. Belgian Rockstar Suzuki racer Clement Desalle is back racing. The Grand Prix is tomorrow.

MX2: Max Anstie is now consistently showing the talent he’s always had. He won today’s MX2 Qualifying Heat.  An awful turn of events for Dutchman and MX2 series points leader Jeffrey Herlings. He crashed, was then run into by Jordi Tixier, and was taken from the race circuit by ambulance. The result is a serious one – dislocated hip. He is done for 2015.

MXGP Qualifying Results

  1. Romain Febvre YAM
  2. Gautier Paulin HON
  3. Glenn Coldenhoff SUZ
  4. Shaun Simpson KTM
  5. Tommy Searle KTM
  6. Jeremy Van Horebeek YAM
  7. Clement Desalle SUZ
  8. Evgeny Bobryshev HON
  9. Kevin Strijbos SUZ
  10. Todd Waters HUS

MX 2 Qualifying Results

  1. Max Anstie KAW
  2. Valentin Guillod YAM
  3. Benoit Paturel YAM
  4. Pauls Jonass KTM
  5. Jeremy Seewer SUZ
  6. Tim Gajser HON
  7. Sam Bernardini TM
  8. Petar Petrov KAW
  9. Roberts Justs KTM
  10. Brian Bogers KTM

Sunday Grand Prix

MXGP: Romain Febvre is the story of the 2015 World Motocross Championships. The 23 year old Frenchman rides the number 461 Factory Yamaha. He started the season almost unnoticed in the opening round of Qatar with a 6th place overall. Next round in Thailand he finished 4th overall. In Argentina for round three he finished 7th overall. Round 8 in France he scored his first overall win, in Villars-sous-ecot.

MX2: Max Anstie won the first moto, but crashed out in the second moto. The winner today in the Czech Republic is Swiss racer Valentin Guillod on the number 92 Yamaha. Second overall goes to Red Bull KTM’s Pauls Jonass, with Jordi Tixier third. Results below.

MXGP Race Results

  1. Romain Febvre YAM 1/1
  2. Evgeny Bobryshev HON 2/2
  3. Clement Desalle SUZ 3/3
  4. Kevin Strijbos SUZ 5/4
  5. Jeremy Van Horebeek YAM 4/5
  6. Shaun Simpson KTM 6/6
  7. Gautier Paulin HON 7/7
  8. Glenn Coldenhoff SUZ 8/11
  9. Tyla Rattray KAW 12/8
  10. Nathan Watson HUS

MX 2 Race Results

  1. Valentin Guillod YAM 2/1
  2. Pauls Jonass KTM 4/3
  3. Jordi Tixier KAW 3/5
  4. Benoit Paturel YAM 5/4
  5. Petar Petrov KAW 6/6
  6. Julien Lieber YAM 7/8
  7. Max Anstie KAW 1/DNF
  8. Jeremy Seewer SUZ
  9. Brent Van doninck YAM
  10. Tim Gajser HON DNF/2

MXGP Point Standings

  1. Romain Febvre 507
  2. Gautier Paulin 419
  3. Tony Cairoli 416
  4. Evgeny Bobryshev 389
  5. Max Nagl 360
  6. Clement Desalle 331
  7. Shaun Simpson 306
  8. Jeremy Van Horebeek 294
  9. Glenn Coldenhoff 266
  10. Kevin Strijbos 257

MX 2 Point Standings

  1. Jeffrey Herlings 423
  2. Tim Gajser 399
  3. Valentin Guillod 399
  4. Pauls Jonass 389
  5. Jordi Tixier 370
  6. Jeremy Seewer 369
  7. Max Anstie 337
  8. Julien Lieber 305
  9. Al Tonkov 256
  10. B Paturel 236