World Motocross Champion Tony Cairoli leads a Red Bull KTM 1-2-3 sweep in MX1 qualifying, and Jeffrey Herlings leads another Red Bull KTM 1-2 in the MX 2 Qualifying Race. American Zachary Osborne third in MX2. The FIM Motocross World Championships head to Great Britain!!

MX1 Results
1. Tony Cairoli KTM
2. Max Nagl KTM
3. Ken de Dycker KTM
4. R Goncalves HON
5. Gautier Paulin KAW
6. S Simpson YAM
7. Clem. Desalle SUZ
8. Greg Aranda YAM
9. Xavier Boog KAW
10. Kevin Strijbos KTM
MX1 Points (after 12 rds)

Tony Cairoli 492
Clement Desalle 462
Chris Pourcel 435
Gautier Paulin 402
Ken d Dycker 368
Kevin Strijbos 319
Xavier Boog 306
Tanel Leok 277
R Goncavles 273
Shaun Simpson 223
MX2 Results
1. Jeff Herlings KTM
2. J v Horebeek KTM
3. Zach Osborne YAM
4. Jordi Tixier KTM
5. Val Guillod KTM
6. Tommy Searle KAW
7. Jake Nicholls KTM
8. Romain Febvre KTM
9. Jose Butron KTM
10. Banks-Brown KTM
MX2 Points (after 13 rds)

Jeffrey Herlings 528
Tommy Searle 471
J v Horebeek 439
Joel Roelants 367
Jake Nicholls 325
Jordi Tixier 319
Max Anstie 263
Jose Butron 241
D Ferrandis 233
Al Lupino 214

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How about World MX 1 Motocross Champion Tony Cairoli? He just keeps doing what he’s been doing for a number of years in racking up five world titles … and heading towards his sixth – winning.

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MX2 – Jeffrey Herlings (Netherlands) is doing to the MX 2 class what Tony Cairoli is doing to the MX1 – dominating. He won today’s Qualifying Race over team-mate Jeremy van Horebeek (Belgium) by over 15 seconds. Third place went to American Zachary Osborne. Another American has rejoined the world championship tour – Michael Leib – he qualified 17th. Max Anstie was only able to complete seven laps of this 11 lap race, officially qualifying for tomorrow’s MX GP in 35th.

MX1 – Italian Tony Cairoli, the defending World Champion, won today’s Qualifying Race for tomorrow’s Grand Prix of Great Britain, besting KTM team-mate Max Nagl (Germany) and Ken de Dycker (Belgium). Russian Evgeny Bobryshev qualified 14th, and Frenchman Christophe Pourcel was only able to complete five laps, officially qualifying 29th.

Check out this funny photo of James Stewart from the 2003 Phoenix Supercross. You can post your own caption!

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Photo of Rui Goncalves in Great Britain today courtesy Honda World Motocross


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