2010 Paris-Bercy Supercross: Day 3

2010 Paris-Bercy Supercross: Day 3

The King of the Paris-Bercy Supercross is Justin Barcia!

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Justin Barcia on top of the podium. Kyle Chisholm finishes 2nd overall.

Let’s start with the final finishing positions of the 28th edition of the Paris Bercy Supercross!

  1. Justin Barcia
  2. Kyle Chisholm
  3. Cedric Soubeyras
  4. Greg Aranda
  5. Antonio Cairoli
  6. Arnaud Tonus
  7. Guatier Paulin
  8. Cyrille Coulon
  9. Fabien Izoird
  10. Ryan Morais

Thank you to everyone at the Lariviere Organisation, and P. Haudiquert

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Justin Barcia (middle) won the final night’s race, with Kyle Chisholm second (right), and Cyrille Coulon of France (far left).

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Justin Barcia

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C Soubeyras finished third overall – on a two-stroke!

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Second overall Kyle Chisholm, with MotoConcepts Yamaha team manager, and winningest rider ever at Bercy – David Vuillemin

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Justin Barcia – King of Bercy Supercross 2010


Blazusiak takes the win and Championship at the 2010 Vegas EnduroCross finals

Blazusiak takes the win and Championship at the 2010 Vegas EnduroCross finals

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Geoff Aaron and Cody Webb round out the podium!

A capacity crowd filled the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas Nevada and watched KTM’s Taddy Blazusiak win the race and defend his GEICO EnduroCross, presented by E3 Sparkplugs Championship. Christini/GEICO KTM’s Geoff Aaron finished second in the race and also the Championship for the second year in a row and Cody Webb, the 2010 AMA Trials champion earned his first ever EnduroCross podium.

Taddy Blazusiak got the day started off by barely edging out Monster Kawasaki’s Justin Soule to set the fastest time during the Pioneer hot laps that puts the riders on the track by themselves for a single lap against the clock. Geoff Aaron had the third fastest time. Those three riders earned the first picks for the heat races and all three also earned quick trips to the main event by winning their respective heats.

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Jusint Soule (762) and Mike Brown (311)

Geoff Aaron got aggressive on the start of the main event and pushed Blazusiak a little wide to take the Girardi Wealth Management $750 Holeshot award but Taddy fought back quickly to take the lead. Aaron stayed close for most of the race to keep Taddy honest but ultimately lost touch. That allowed Taddy to edge away and take the win. Cody Webb appeared to have third locked up but Lucas Oil backed Colton Haaker worked his way through the pack to take the position but then had an ugly trip over the bars and ultimately finished fifth. Mike Brown and Justin Soule also fought for the final podium spot but both had their own issues to ultimately finish fourth and sixth respectively. Kyle Redmond, Jamie Lanza, Cory Graffunder, Kevin Rookstool and Destry Abbot finished seventh to eleventh.

GEICO EnduroCross also includes three support classes at each event and the top finishers from the five previous rounds as well as the Vegas daytime qualifiers earned the right to compete for AMA number one plates. Ty Davis rode his Husqvarna to the 35+ vet class win over Todd Sciacqua and Kurt Nichol. Luke Reynolds survived a last lap crash in the rock pile to win the Open Amateur class over Mark Mcgregor and Ryan Sandoval. Multi time AMA Trials champion Patrick Smage won the TrialsCross championship over Bryan Roper and Shad Petersen.

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Geoff Aaron

Destry Abbot and Matt Crouch were also honored with “Spirit of EnduroCross” awards for their contributions and commitment to the sport. Abbot is always a crowd favorite and had a 100 person strong cheering section in Vegas. Crouch has displayed a serious commitment to EnduroCross by traveling across the country from his home base in Texas to follow the series and help his GEICO teammates get their bikes to all of the races.

2010 Las Vegas, NV GEICO EnduroCross Expert Class results:

  1. Taddy Blazusiak KTM
  2. Geoff Aaron Christini KTM
  3. Cody Webb Gas Gas
  4. Mike Brown KTM
  5. Colton Haaker Kawasaki
  6. Justin Soule Kawasaki
  7. Kyle Redmond Kawasaki
  8. Jamie Lanza Kawasaki
  9. Cory Graffunder Husqvarna
  10. Kevin Rookstool KTM
  11. Destry Abbott Kawasaki

2010 GEICO EnduroCross Expert Class final points:

  1. Taddy Blazusiak KTM
  2. Geoff Aaron Christini KTM
  3. Justin Soule Kawasaki
  4. Cory Graffunder Husqvarna
  5. Kyle Redmond Kawasaki
  6. Gary Sutherlin Kawasaki
  7. Colton Haaker Kawasaki
  8. Kevin Rookstool KTM
  9. Cody Webb Gas Gas
  10. Mike Brown KTM

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Colton Haaker

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Taddy Blazusiak wins the Endurocross championship

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Mike Brown

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Cody Webb

GEICO EnduroCross on the Lucas Oil Motorsports Hour on Versus network:

Event / Date / Arena Air Date / Time Re-Air Date / Time

Denver, CO 10/30/10 – National Western Complex: 12/12/10 5:00 PM 12/15/10 5:00 PM

Las Vegas, NV 11/20/10 – Orleans Arena: 12/19/10 6:00 PM 12/23/10 5:00 PM

Note: All times are Eastern


2010 Paris-Bercy Supercross: Day 2

2010 Paris-Bercy Supercross: Day 2

Today is Day 2 of my adventure at the World Famous Paris Bercy Supercross – the 28th edition. But I’d like to start with a bit about Paris, and France. I did get to spend some time taking in the sights, walking along the Seine River, seeing and talking to the locals, having lunch and dinner at sidewalks cafes, seeing traditional book shops and artists.

Paris is a great city. Something for everyone … but to me it was nice to be able to take the time to see the city, the culture, the history, and walk amongst it all. If you get the opportunity to come here and witness the race, take the time to also visit in the city – you’ll love it.

On to the night’s activities at the sold out Palais Omnisport de Bercy arena. European Supercross Champion Greg Aranda won! Another Frenchman Cedric Soubeyras was second! Kyle Chisholm from the USA third! The previous night’s winner, Justin Barcia, finished in fifth.

World MX2 Motocross Champion Marvin Musquin had an off night. He put his foot out in a corner, felt a little twinge in his knee, but no pain. A few seconds later he landed from a jump and the knee started to hurt. He was finished for the night, and getting examined by his doctor on Sunday.

One of the great things as we get ready for Day 3 to see who will be crowned 2010 King of Bercy – for the first time ever in the event’s history – three riders are tied for first place going into the last night of racing! Justin Barcia, Kyle Chisholm, and Cedric Soubeyras!

The top ten finishers on Night 2:

  1. Greg Aranda
  2. Cedric Soubeyras
  3. Kyle Chisholm
  4. Gautier Paulin
  5. Justin Barcia
  6. Ryan Morais
  7. Cyrille Coulon
  8. Blake Wharton
  9. Alex Rouis
  10. Ken de Dycker

Thank you to everyone at the Lariviere Organisation, and P. Haudiquert / Mediacross

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Kyle Chisholm

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Greg Aranda – winner Day 2!


Round 5: 2010 Australasian Supercross – Dunedin

Australasian Supercross – Josh Hansen dominates mud soaked Dunedin Super X race



Wet and treacherous conditions prevailed at round five of the Monster Energy Super X event in Dunedin tonight, allowing Monster Energy Kawasaki / Pro Circuit’s Josh Hansen, to demonstrate his skill on the slippery track to win both motos in the Double Header final. Rockstar Motul Suzuki’s Matt Moss was the overall winner in the Lites.



Hansen was the only rider to stay relatively clean as he claimed both holeshots and never looked back in the 2, 12 lap final races, pushing him further ahead of CDR Rockstar Yamaha’s Jay Marmont in the overall championship standings.


JDR Motorex KTM’s Tye Simmonds rode the best he has all season to claim second in the first moto and third in the second after a great battle with Rockstar Motul Suzuki’s Jake Moss.



Moss made a great pass on Simmonds on the final corner of the second race to pip Simmonds at the post. Moss and Simmonds tied on round points with Moss claiming second on a count back.



Josh Hansen (USA) “That was a scary one, especially with points. It was super wet, very muddy and a lot of lappers. Starts were really important and I had to be consistent and smart out there. It’s great to have the support I have behind me. Big thanks to everyone who has made it possible to be here and Troy Carroll from the Kawasaki Racing Team for all his help. This series is really cool and has been a lot of fun.”



Jake Moss (AUS) “I just pushed hard the whole race and finally got the pass to pull it off. Thanks to all of my family and sponsors for all of their ongoing support.”



Tye Simmonds (AUS) “It was a tough night, but it was good fun racing in the mud. It doesn’t rain much in Bourke so overall it was an awesome night. I really want to thank RACESAFE for helping me out.”



The first of two eight lap races in the Double Header final for the Lites was a nail biter with Rockstar Motul Suzuki’s Matt Moss and Raceline Pirelli Suzuki’s Steven Clarke engaging in a back and forth battle for the lead, with Clarke the eventual winner after overtaking Moss on the second last corner. Championship leader PJ Larsen was third.



Moss had a dominant win in the second final with Larsen second and Kawasaki Racing Team Cool Air Conditioning’s Cody Mackie third.



Larsen still leads the championship, but is only four points ahead of Moss and JDR Motorex KTM’s Ryan Marmont is third.



The penultimate round of the championship will be held at Parramatta Stadium this coming Saturday November 27.



OPEN top ten results:



1. Josh HANSEN – Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki: 25, 25 TOTAL: 50

2. Jake MOSS – Team Rockstar Motul Suzuki: 20, 22 TOTAL 42

3. Tye SIMMONDS – JDR Motorex KTM: 22, 20 TOTAL 42

4. Jay MARMONT – CDR Rockstar Yamaha: 18, 18 TOTAL 36

5. Cody COOPER – Rockstar Motul Suzuki: 16, 15 TOTAL 31

6. Todd WATERS – Cougar Bourbon Thor Honda: 14, 13 TOTAL 27

7. Justin MCDONALD – Honda: 8, 16 TOTAL 24

8. Mason PHILLIPS – Fly Team Green Kawasaki: 10, 14 TOTAL 24

9. Daniel REARDON – Cougar Bourbon Honda Thor Racing: 13, 11 TOTAL 24

10. Daniel McCOY – Coastal KTM Motorex Team: 9, 12 TOTAL 21



Top ten championship standings:



1. Josh HANSEN – Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki: 275

2. Jay MARMONT – CDR Rockstar Yamaha: 229

3. Jake MOSS – Team Rockstar Motul Suzuki: 194

4. Tye SIMMONDS – JDR Motorex KTM: 191

5. Daniel REARDON – Cougar Bourbon Honda Thor Racing: 162

6. Todd WATERS – Cougar Bourbon Thor Honda: 155

7. Daniel McCOY – Coastal KTM Motorex Team: 148

8. Mike ALESSI – JDR Motorex KTM: 127

9. Justin BRAYTON – Muscle Milk / Toyota JGRMX: 121

10. Lewis WOODS – Top Gear KTM: 112



LITES results:



1. Matt MOSS – Rockstar Motul Suzuki: 22, 25 TOTAL 47

2. Steven CLARKE – Raceline Pirelli Suzuki: 25, 18 TOTAL 43

3. P J LARSEN – JDR Motorex KTM: 20, 22 TOTAL 42

4. Cody MACKIE – Kawasaki Racing Team Cool Air Conditioning: 16, 20 TOTAL 36

5. Luke ARBON – Kawasaki Racing Team Cool Air Conditioning: 15, 15 TOTAL 30



LITES championship standings:



1. P J LARSEN – JDR Motorex KTM: 252

2. Matt MOSS – Team Rockstar Motul Suzuki: 248

3. Ryan MARMONT – JDR Motorex KTM: 203

4. Cody MACKIE – Kawasaki Racing Team Cool Air Conditioning: 172

5. Steven CLARKE – Raceline Pirelli Suzuki: 154



Michelin Development Series – championship standings:



1. Dylan LONG – KTM / Thor / Motorex / Michelin / One Industries: 75

2. Jake EMANUELLI – Doyle & Shields Yamaha Bairnsdale / Fox: 58

3. Jacob WRIGHT – Honda Jnr Development Team: 57



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