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MXGP World Motocross Championship Germany June 20 2015

Paul Iverson

Round 10 of the FIM World Motocross Championships of MXGP and MX2. Teutschenthal, Germany. Clement Desalle and Ryan Villopoto will not be racing this weekend.

Saturday Qualifying Races

Russian racer Evgeny Bobryshev, on the Honda World MX team wins Qualifying Race in Teutschenthal. Frenchman Romain Febvre on Yamaha finished second, with Romain’s Yamaha teammate Jeremy Van Horebeek of Belgium third. Tony Cairoli, racing with broken bones in his hand, finished 11th. Current MX GP points leader and hometown racer Max Nagl crashed with David Philippaerts, did not finish the race, and is having his ankle looked at. The Grand Prix is tomorrow.

Tim Gajser on Honda and Valentin Guillod on Yamaha top two in MX2 Qualifying Race. Jeffrey Herlings crashed, but finished 10th.

MXGP Qualifying Results

  1. Evgeny Bobryshev HON
  2. Romain Febvre YAM
  3. Jeremy Van Horebeek YAM
  4. Dean Ferris HUS
  5. Gautier Paulin HON
  6. Shaun Simpson KTM
  7. Todd Waters HUS
  8. Chris Charlier HON
  9. Kevin Strijbos SUZ
  10. Al Lupino HON
  11. Tony Cairoli KTM

MX 2 Qualifying Results

  1. Tim Gajser HON
  2. Valentin Guillod YAM
  3. Al Tonkov HUS
  4. Jordi Tixier KAW
  5. Petar Petrov KAW
  6. Max Anstie KAW
  7. Jeremy Seewer SUZ
  8. Pauls Jonass KTM
  9. Julien Lieber YAM
  10. Jeffrey Herlings KTM


Evgeny Bobyrshev foto Youthstream

Sunday Grand Prix

MXGP: Another topsy-turvy day in MX GP. First, Max Nagl, from Germany, racing for RedBull Husqvarna, had a terrible weekend at his home Grand Prix. He crashed in yesterday’s Qualifying Race. The crash resulted in a fractured ankle, a trip to the hospital, surgery, and Max did not race today. He will be evaluated by his doctors in Belgium on Monday to determine his recovery.

Romain Febvre has caught fire, winning his third GP in a row. He won today in Germany with finishes of 1/2, and has taken over the series points lead, with injuries to Nagl and Cairoli assisting.

Cairoli is riding with two broken bones in his hand. Today he had finishes of 14th and 6th.

Results and point standings below.

MX2: Series points leader Jeffrey Herlings of the Netherlands, racing for the Red Bull KTM team, suffers an injury from crashing in moto 1 – a broken collarbone. That means both series points leader (Nagl and Herlings) break bones this weekend. Tim Gajser of Slovenia, riding a Honda, wins with 1/2. Max Anstie of Great Britain 2nd overall with 8/1. Herlings leads Gajser in the point standings by a large margin still, 398 – 298.

MXGP Race Results

  1. Romain Febvre YAM 1/2
  2. Gautier Paulin HON 3/1
  3. Kevin Strijbos SUZ 5/3
  4. Jeremy Van Horebeek YAM 4/4
  5. Evgeny Bobryshev HON 2/7
  6. Dean Ferris HUS 7/5
  7. Shaun Simpson KTM 6/9
  8. Chris Charlier HON 8/10
  9. Tony Cairoli KTM 14/6
  10. Glenn Coldenhoff SUZ

MX 2 Race Results

  1. Tim Gajser HON 1/2
  2. Max Anstie KAW 8/1
  3. Valentin Guillod YAM 2/5
  4. Jordi Tixier KAW 3/6
  5. Julien Lieber YAM 5/4
  6. Jeremy Seewer SUZ
  7. Pauls Jonass KTM
  8. Benoit Paturel YAM
  9. Brian Bogers KTM
  10. Henry Jacobi KTM

Thomas Covington, Al Tonkov, and Jeffrey Herlings all scored zero points on the day.

MXGP Point Standings

  1. Romain Febvre 369
  2. Max Nagl 360
  3. Tony Cairoli 352
  4. Gautier Paulin 324
  5. Evgeny Bobryshev 306
  6. Clement Desalle 291
  7. Shaun Simpson 227
  8. Jeremy Van Horebeek 194
  9. Todd Waters 192
  10. Glen Coldenhoff 169

16th Ryan Villopoto 124

MX 2 Point Standings

  1. Jeffrey Herlings 398
  2. Tim Gajser 298
  3. Valentin Guillod 297
  4. Pauls Jonass 288
  5. Jordi Tixier 286
  6. Jeremy Seewer 275
  7. Al Tonkov 256
  8. Max Anstie 248
  9. Julien Lieber 243
  10. Dylan Ferrandis 205