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World MX Grand Prix – Round 9 – Namur BELGIUM

Aug. 05, ’01

World MX Grand Prix – Round 9 – Namur BELGIUM



Stefan Everts makes history as he wins his 50th career Grand Prix!





500: Riding in his home country at the historic Citadelle circuit, Stefan won the Grand Prix today by leading the event from start to finish. Fellow Belgian rider Marnicq Bervoets finished second, with another Belgian and defending World Champion Joel Smets finishing third.





Everts lead the point standings with 215. With the win he is now tied with the legendary Joel Robert for the most wins ever in Grand Prix history – they each have 50. Stefan has a chance to break the record next weekend at Round 10 in Roggenburg, Switzerland.





250: Series points leader Mickael Pichon rolled along to his seventh GP win of the season. He leads the point standings with 215 and appears to be headed towards his first-ever world championship.





125: Series leader James Dobb continued his run towards his first world championship by winning the 125 Grand Prix.





Namur will host the 2001 Motocross des Nations in September.





500 Results:



1. Stefan Everts – YAM

2. Marnicq Bervoets – YAM

3. Joel Smets – KTM

4. Francisco Garcia Vico – KTM

5. Andrew McFarlane – YAM







500 Point Standings:



1. Stefan Everts – 215

2. Joel Smets – 173

3. Marnicq Bervoets – 137

4. Francisco Garcia Vico – 82

5. Andrew McFarlane – 68







250 Results:



1. Mickael Pichon – SUZ

2. Chad Reed – KAW

3. Pit Beirer – YAM

4. Claudio Federici – YAM

5. Josh Coppins – SUZ







250 Points Standings:



1. Mickael Pichon – 215

2. Gordon Crockard – 132

3. Claudio Federici – 99

4. Josh Coppins – 94

5. Chad Reed – 93







125 Results:



1. James Dobb – KTM

2. Steve Ramon – KAW

3. Alessandro Puzar – HUS

4. Mark DeReuver – YAM

5. Luigi Seguy – YAM







125 Point Standings:



1. James Dobb – 190

2. Steve Ramon – 112

3. Erik Eggens – 101

4. Luigi Seguy – 84

5. Ken Gundersen – 82



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