Round 11 – FIM World Motocross – Sweden – July 5, 2009
Max Nagl wins Swedish Grand Prix in MX1!. Antonio Cairoli continues points lead towards 2009 World Motocross Championship! Rui Goncalves takes MX2 win! Rookie Ken Roczen proves he’s no fluke by finshing second overall in MX2. Musquin still retains MX2 points lead! Watch the video below
|1.||Max Nagl 1/2||KTM|
|2.||Antonio Cairoli 4/1||YAM|
|3.||K d Dycker 2/4||SUZ|
|4.||D Philippaerts 5/3||YAM|
|5.||Clem Desalle 3/5||HON|
|6.||Tanel Leok 7/6||YAM|
|7.||Josh Coppins 6/7||YAM|
|K de Dycker||338|
|1.||Rui Goncalves 2/1||KTM|
|2.||Ken Roczen 1/7||SUZ|
|3.||Gautier Paulin 7/2||KAW|
|4.||Davide Guarneri 6/3||YAM|
|5.||Joel Roelants 5/4||KTM|
|6.||Manuel Monni 4/5||YAM|
|7.||Matiss Karro 8/8||SUZ|
|8.||Jake Nicholls 9/10||KTM|
|J v Horebeek||165|
It’s the eleventh round of the 2009 World Motocross Championships – the Swedish Grand Prix! Uddevalla is a pretty, tree-laden area in the lake district of Sweden, near their western coast.
In MX1, it was Germany’s Max Nagl, on the KTM 450, winning the overall today. But series points leader Antonio Cairoli finished second, and with four rounds remaining in the World Motocross Championships, is in an excellent position right now as he leads the points chase by 53 over Nagl.
In MX2, it’s was another KTM rider on top – Rui Goncalves! And rookie motocross sensation Ken Roczen finished second overall, proving himself as no fluke – even though he’s only 15 years old!
One strange thing – MX2 World Motocross Series points leader Marvin Musquin is not racing. We don’t fully know the reason’s why, but believe it has something to do with contract issues regarding him, his former team (Honda-related) and the bikes he has been riding recently (KTM). We hope to receive the full information so that we are able to communicate it to you.
The next round of the FIM World Motocross Champion is the first weekend in August – the Belgian Grand Prix.
Photos: Click on the thumbnail to view larger images. All photos courtesy Youthstream, except the Ken de Dycker photo courtesy Suzuki
Video News Highlights of the Motocross Grand Prix of Sweden, courtesy Youthstream