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MXGP World Motorcross Championship Italy June 13 2015

Paul Iverson

Round 9 of the FIM World Motocross Championships of MXGP and MX2. Maggiora, Italy. German Max Nagl leads the MX GP standings, followed by Tony Cairoli. This track hosted the historic 1986 Motocross of Nations, with Americans Johnny O’Mara (125cc), Rick Johnson (250cc), and David Bailey (500cc) winning the event for Team USA. The 2016 Motocross of Nations will be in Maggiora.

Saturday Qualifying Races

Max Nagl on Husqvarna wins Qualifying Race in Maggiora. Jeremy Van Horebeek on Yamaha, Shaun Simpson KTM, Evgeny Bobryshev Honda, Glenn Coldenhoff Suzuki, Gautier Paulin Honda top six. 8 time Motocross World Champion Tony Cairoli suffered quite a blow today – he fell, was taken off by ambulance, but did return to his Red Bull team pit area. Possible injury to his hand. Clement Desalle did not race, because of injuries suffered at last event in France. Multi time American Motocross and Supercross Champion Ryan Villopoto is still not racing because of injury at the Trentino round. The Grand Prix is tomorrow.

Jeffrey Herlings and Valentin Guillod top two in MX2 Qualifying Race.

MXGP Qualifying Results

  1. Max Nagl HUS
  2. Jeremy Van Horebeek YAM
  3. Shaun Simpson KTM
  4. Evgeny Bobryshev HON
  5. Glenn Coldenhoff SUZ
  6. Gautier Paulin HON
  7. Kevin Strijbos SUZ
  8. Romain Febvre YAM
  9. Al Lupino HON
  10. Todd Waters HUS
  11. Tyla Rattray KAW
  12. Jose Butron KTM
  13. Ken de Dycker KTM
  14. Dean Ferris HUS
  15. Nic Aubin SUZ

MX 2 Qualifying Results

  1. Jeffrey Herlings KTM
  2. Valentin Guillod YAM
  3. Jordi Tixier KAW
  4. Tim Gajser HON
  5. Al Tonkov HUS
  6. Pauls Jonass KTM
  7. Julien Lieber YAM
  8. Damon Graulus YAM
  9. Brian Bogers KTM
  10. V Vryllyakov HON

American Thomas Covington 27th, Brit Max Anstie 35th.


Max Nagl. Husqvarna / Acevedo J.P. foto

Sunday Grand Prix

MXGP: Topsy-turvy day on the hillsides of Maggiora. Clement Desalle and Ryan Villopoto did not race. Desalle tender knee, Villopoto recovering from crash at round in Trentino. 8 time World Motocross Champion and Italian hero Tony Cairoli had a tough weekend. First a crash in Saturday’s Qualifying injured his left hand. Sunday he showed up ready to race, with two fractured bones in the left hand! Moto finishes of 7/18 . Points leader Max Nagl 15th in moto 1, 2nd of moto 2. Overall winner is Romain Febvre on the Yamaha Factory Racing Team. Many unpredictable rides and finishes. Max Nagl leads Tony Cairoli in the point standings 360 to 330 at the halfway point of the season.

MXGP Race Results

  1. Romain Febvre YAM 1/6
  2. Kevin Strijbos SUZ 9/1
  3. Todd Waters HUS 4/4
  4. David Philippaerts YAM 2/7
  5. Jeremy Van Horebeek YAM 3/9
  6. Shaun Simpson KTM 6/5
  7. Max Nagl HUS 15/2
  8. Gautier Paulin HON 14/3
  9. Evgeny Bobryshev HON 8/11
  10. Ken de Dycker KTM

13. Tony Cairoli KTM 7/18

MX 2 Race Results

  1. Tim Gajser HON 3/2
  2. Jeffrey Herlings KTM 6/1
  3. Jeremy Seewer SUZ 4/3
  4. Al Tonkov HUS 1/8
  5. B. Van doninck YAM 5/7
  6. Max Anstie KAW 12/4
  7. Julien Lieber YAM
  8. Petar Petrov KAW
  9. B. Paturel YAM
  10. B. Bogers KTM
  11. S. Bernardini TM
  12. Jordi Tixier KAW 2/0
  13. Pauls Jonass KTM
  14. Valentin Guillod YAM

MXGP Point Standings

  1. Max Nagl 360
  2. Tony Cairoli 330
  3. Romain Febvre 322
  4. Clement Desalle 291
  5. Gautier Paulin 279
  6. Evgengy Bobryshev 270
  7. Shaun Simpson 200
  8. Todd Waters 174
  9. Jeremy van Horebeek 158
  10. Ken de Dycker 155
  11. Glen Coldenhoff 148
  12. David Philippaerts 139
  13. Tyla Rattray 138
  14. Ryan Villopoto 124

MX 2 Point Standings

  1. Jeffrey Herlings 398
  2. Valentin Guillod 259
  3. Pauls Jonass 259
  4. Al Tonkov 256
  5. Tim Gajser 251
  6. Jordi Tixier 251
  7. Jeremy Seewer 246
  8. Max Anstie 210
  9. Julien Lieber 209
  10. Dylan Ferrandis 205