Ken de Dycker sweeps German Motocross Grand Prix in MX 1! (You can also get results to your iPhone thru Supercross.com’s iPhone app) World MX 2 Champion Marvin Musquin of France wins 250 GP! Hometown racer Ken Roczen finishes second.
|MX1 Grand Prix results
||Ken de Dycker 1/1
||Clement Desalle 3/3
||D Philippaerts 2/5
||Antonio Cairoli 6/2
||Xavier Boog 4/4
||Max Nagl 5/7
||E Bobryshev 8/8
||Steve Ramon 7/9
|Ken de Dycker||251
|MX2 Grand Prix Results|
|1.||Marvin Musquin 1/2
||Ken Roczen 5/1
||Zach Osborne 4/3
||J v Horebeek||KAW
||Jeffrey Herlings 22/8
|J v Horebeek||209|
In MX1, Ken de Dycker from Belgium was ‘the man’ today in Germany, winning both motos on his Yamaha! It’s his first win of the season. And it’s his 26th birthday! Second overall went to fellow Belgian rider Clement Desalle, racing for Suzuki. Defending World Motocross Champion in MX1, and current points leader Tony Cairoli finished fourth overall on KTM, and maintains a nice lead in the championship chase over Desalle.
German KTM rider Max Nagl raced this weekend at his home GP in front of 35,000 fans, after having surgery to repair a damaged shoulder last week!
In MX2, defending World MX2 Champ Marvin Musquin, from France, continued his series domination by winning the 250 Grand Prix on his KTM today. He leads the championship points by a large margin. Second overall was Ken Roczen, riding in his home GP on Suzuki. American Zach Osborne continues to stay in the mix of things, scoring third overall on his Yamaha!
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Clement Desalle, by Youthstream
Marvin Musquin, file photo of winning last weekend in France, by Youthstream
Ken de Dycker – winning in Germany, by Youthstream