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MXGP World Motocross Championship Latvia July 11 2015

Paul Iverson

Kegums, Latvia, round 12 of the FIM World Motocross Championships MXGP and MX2. Multi-time AMA Supercross and Motocross Champion Ryan Villopoto retires from professional motorcycle racing (see News). Max Nagl, Clement Desalle, Jeffrey Herlings not racing due to injuries. Current MX GP World Motocross Champion Tony Cairoli racing with broken bones in his hand and arm.

Saturday Qualifying Races

MXGP: Gautier Paulin from France, racing for World Honda Motocross wins Saturday’s Qualifying Race. Gautier was the dominant rider last September here at the 2014 Motocross of Nations. Second goes another Frenchman, the current points leader, Yamaha’s Romain Febvre. Defending World Motocross Champion Tony Cairoli finishes18th. But it did not seem to be because of his injuries. He did have a couple of falls in the race. The Grand Prix is tomorrow.

MX2: Max Anstie from Great Britain, riding a Kawasaki, wins. Jeffrey Herlings did not race because of injury / crash last weekend in Sweden. Tim Gajser on Honda finishes second today. Results below. Grand Prix tomorrow.

MXGP Qualifying Results

  1. Gautier Paulin HON
  2. Romain Febvre YAM
  3. Evgeny Bobryshev HON
  4. Tommy Searle KTM
  5. Glenn Coldenhoff SUZ
  6. Kevin Strijbos SUZ
  7. Jeremy Van Horebeek YAM
  8. Tyla Rattray KAW
  9. Shaun Simpson KTM
  10. F. Bengtsson HON

18th Tony Cairoli KTM

MX 2 Qualifying Results

  1. Max Anstie KAW
  2. Tim Gajser HON
  3. Pauls Jonass KTM
  4. Valentin Guillod YAM
  5. Jeremy Seewer SUZ
  6. Brian Bogers KTM
  7. Benoit Paturel YAM
  8. Davy Pootjes KTM
  9. Julien Lieber YAM
  10. Ben Watson KTM

Sunday Grand Prix

MXGP: Glenn Coldenhoff from the Netherlands won his first ever MXGP today. Glenn rides for the Rockstar Energy Suzuki World Motocross team. He won the first moto, finished 2nd in the second moto. Gautier Paulin second overall with 3/3. Points leader Romain Febvre third overall with 8/1. World Champion Tony Cairoli soldiered on, scoring 5th overall with 4/4 finishes. Febvre leads Cairoli by 41 in the points chase, with the next event being in the Czech Republic.

MX2: Max Anstie of Great Britain, riding a Kawasaki, wins his first Grand Prix of the season by sweeping both motos here in the orange sand of Latvia. Local Latvian rider Pauls Jonass, racing for the Red Bull KTM team second with 2/2. Harri Kullas from Finland third, 5/3 on the day. Jeffrey Herlings leads Tim Gajser in the points chase 423 – 377.

MXGP Race Results

  1. Glenn Coldenhoff SUZ 1/2
  2. Gautier Paulin HON 3/3
  3. Romain Febvre YAM 8/1
  4. Kevin Strijbos SUZ 2/6
  5. Tony Cairoli KTM 4/4
  6. Steven Frossard KAW
  7. Jeremy Van Horebeek YAM
  8. Evgeny Bobryshev HON
  9. F. Bengtsson HON
  10. Dean Ferris HUS
  11. Shaun Simpson KTM
  12. Todd Waters HUS
  13. Jose Butron KTM
  14. Chris Charlier HON
  15. David Philippaerts YAM
  16. Tommy Searle KTM

MX 2 Race Results

  1. Max Anstie KAW 1/1
  2. Pauls Jonass KTM 2/2
  3. Harri Kullas HUS 5/3
  4. Jeremy Seewer SUZ 4/5
  5. Tim Gajser HON 7/4
  6. Davy Pootjes KTM
  7. Jordi Tixier KAW 6/8
  8. Brian Bogers KTM
  9. Ben Watson KTM
  10. Thomas Covington KAW
  11. Julien Lieber YAM
  12. Valentin Guillod YAM

MXGP Point Standings

  1. Romain Febvre 457
  2. Tony Cairoli 416
  3. Gautier Paulin 391
  4. Max Nagl 360
  5. Evgeny Bobryshev 345
  6. Clement Desalle 291
  7. Shaun Simpson 276
  8. Jeremy Van Horebeek 260
  9. Glenn Coldenhoff 243
  10. Todd Waters 242
  11. Kevin Strijbos 223
  12. David Philippaerts 185
  13. Dean Ferris 184
  14. Tyla Rattray 159
  15. Ken de Dycker 155

MX 2 Point Standings

  1. Jeffrey Herlings 423
  2. Tim Gajser 377
  3. Valentin Guillod 352
  4. Pauls Jonass 351
  5. Jeremy Seewer 345
  6. Jordi Tixier 334
  7. Max Anstie 312
  8. Julien Lieber 278
  9. Al Tonkov 256
  10. Dylan Ferrandis 205