KTM has become quite the powerhouse. In fact, all three World Motocross Champions ride for KTM – Tony Cairoli in MX1, Marvin Musquin in MX2, and Steffi Laier in Women’s MX.
And at the Bulgarian MX Grand Prix last weekend, KTM did something that has never been done. They won all six motos, and the overall of all three Grand Prix events – Max Nagl in MX1, Marvin Musquin in MX2, and Steffi Laier in WMX. It was all KTM, all the time.
Here are three short video clips that help show you the ‘scene’ in Bulgaria. Tremendous race track, tremendous facility, tremendous racing!
Congratulations to everyone KTM!
Women’s World Motocross 2010 – Bulgarian Grand Prix second moto
Steffi Laier from Germany, riding for the powerful KTM team, wins again! She’s also the defending Women’s MX World Champion. Second place overall went to Chiara Fontanesi (8), third was Maria Franke (103), fourth former Women’s World MX Champion Livia Lancelot (114) from France on KTM. And fifth place overall was AMA Women’s National Motocross Champion, Ashely Fiolek (67) on the Honda.
MX GP Bulgaria 2010 – Sunday – MX2
Bulgarian Grand Prix, MX2 class. MX2 World Motocross Champion Marvin Musquin number 1 dominated both motos in the opening round of the FIM World Motocross Championships. The track is Sevlievo, Bulgaria is tremendous. Ken Roczen (94) finished behind Musquin in both motos. Jeffrey Herlings (111).
MX GP Bulgaria 2010 – Sunday – MX1
It’s the opening round of the World Motocross Championships! See Max Nagl (2), winning! World MX Champ Tony Cairoli (222). Clement Desalle (25), Steve Ramon (11), David Philippaerts (19). Josh Coppins (6) on the Aprillia, and more!