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SMX SuperMotocross - Riders and Manufacturers Cup - Gelsenkirchen, Germany - October 8, 2016

Paul Iverson

Held inside the Veltins Arena, it’s the first ever SMX. A three moto format featuring Monster Energy AMA Supercross Champion Ryan Dungy, FIM World MXGP Motocross Champion Tim Gasjer, MX 2 World Motocross Champion Jeffrey Herrings, Marvin Musquin, Romain Febvre, Gautier Paulin, and others.

There is an individual winner in this event - Ryan Dungey. Ryan scored 2nd, 3rd, and 2nd in the three races. Jeffrey Herlings was second overall (fifth, fifth and first) with Marvin Musquin third (sixth, second, and third).

Since those top three riders all race for KTM, it was easy for KTM to take the Manufacturers Cup.

SMX Individual Results:

  1. Ryan Dungey KTM (2 - 3 - 2)
  2. Jeffrey Herlings KTM (5 - 5 - 1)
  3. Marvin Musquin KTM (6 - 2 - 3)
  4. Romain Febvre YAM (4 - 1 - 7)
  5. Jordi Tixier KAW (8 - 4 - 4)
  6. Gautier Paulin HON (7 - 9 - 9)
  7. Tim Gajser HON (1 - 19 - 5)

Manufacturers Overall Results:

  1. KTM
  2. Honda
  3. Kawasaki

Race 1 - Tim Gajser HON, Ryan Dungey KTM, Zach Osborne HUS, Romain Febvre YAM, Jeffrey Herlings KTM, Marvin Musquin KTM, Gautier Paulin HON, Jordi Tixier KAW, Tommy Searle KAW.

Race 2 - Romain Febvre YAM, Marvin Musquin KTM, Ryan Dungey KTM, Jordi Tixier KAW, Jeffrey Herlings KTM, Zach Osborne HUS, Evgeny Bobryshev HON, Tommy Searle KAW, Gautier Paulin HON.

Race 3 - Jeffrey Herlings KTM, Ryan Dungey KTM, Marvin Musquin KTM, Jordi Tixier KAW, Tim Gajser HON, Gautier Paulin HON, Romain Febvre YAM, Evgeny Bobryshev HON.

This race track is designed to be an equalizer between American based Supercross riders, and European based MX GP riders. The track is balanced so that neither a rider that’s good in supercross has an advantage, or one that races mostly outdoor motocross has an advantage.