2013 FIM World Motocross – Round 16 – Great Britain

Tony Cairoli 2013 MX GP World Motocross Champion! Grand Prix of Great Britain at Matterley Basin! Clement Desalle wins overall in MX GP, Glenn Coldenhoff takes first MX2 GP win. But the story is Tony Tony Tony. YouTube video hi-lites below, courtesy of Youthstream.

Notes: Tony clinched the championship in the first MX GP moto in grand style – by winning. In securing another world championship today at Matterley Basin in Great Britain, Tony now has seven World titles. An amazing feat in motor sports. Dean Ferris won the first MX2 moto, Christophe Charlier the second MX2 moto.

MX2 Results:

  1. Glenn Coldenhoff – KTM – 3/4
  2. Jake Nicholls – KTM – 2/6
  3. Jose Butron – KTM – 5/2
  4. Romain Febvre – KTM – 9/2
  5. Chris Charlier – YAM – 18/1
  6. Mel Pocock – YAM – 6/9
  7. Dylan Ferrandis – KAW –
  8. Max Desprey – YAM – 4/14
  9. Dean Ferris – YAM – 1/0
  10. E Banks-Browne – KTM – 10/10
  11. Max Anstie – SUZ – 17/7
  12. Jordi Tixier – KTM – 0/5
  13. K Fors – YAM
  14. T Gajser – KTM
  15. Arnaud Tonus – KAW

MXGP Results:

  1. Clement Desalle – SUZ – 2/1
  2. Kevin Strijbos – SUZ – 3/3
  3. Evgeny Bobryshev – HON – 4/4
  4. Ken de Dycker – KTM – 5/6
  5. Tommy Searle – KAW – 6/7
  6. Gautier Paulin – KAW – 9/5
  7. Tony Cairoli – KTM – 1/18
  8. Shaun Simpson – YAM
  9. Tanel Leok – TM
  10. Jeremy van Horebeek – KAW
  11. Tanel Leok – TM
  12. M Potisek – KTM
  13. David Philippaerts – HON
  14. A Justs – HON
  15. J Barragan – KTM

MX2 Championship points

  1. Jeffrey Herlings – 692
  2. Jordi Tixier – 569
  3. Jose Butron – 506
  4. Christophe Charlier – 467
  5. Glenn Coldenhoff – 450
  6. Dean Ferris – 434
  7. Jake Nicholls – 407
  8. Max Anstie – 320
  9. Alessandro Lupino – 319
  10. Dylan Ferrandis – 287
  11. Petar Petrov – 278
  12. Romain Febvre – 267
  13. Mel Pocock – 261
  14. Aleksander Tonkov – 244
  15. Harri Kullas – 208

MXGP Championship points

  1. Tony Cairoli – 718
  2. Clement Desalle – 647
  3. Ken de Dycker – 573
  4. Gautier Paulin – 513
  5. Kevin Strijbos – 509
  6. Tommy Searle – 460
  7. Jeremy van Horebeek – 405
  8. Max Nagl – 314
  9. Evgeny Bobryshev – 312
  10. David Philippaerts – 282
  11. Shaun Simpson – 271
  12. Joel Roelants – 249
  13. Rui Goncalves – 230
  14. Tanel Leok – 219
  15. Davide Guarneri – 195

 

 

Tony said after the race: I’m very happy for this 7th world¬†title. And I’m glad that I can celebrate it with friends and family. I want to thank KTM, team De Carli and my supporters. I really wanted to win the first moto, and I did. The track was tough, so I studied it, then planned my attack against Clement Desalle.

TC 222 !

YouTube video hi-lites courtesy Youthstream

 

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2013 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross – Round 12 – Lake Elsinore CA

Ryan Villopoto & Eli Tomac had already clinched the AMA National Motocross Championships in the 450 & 250 classes for 2013 – but that didn’t stop them from winning today at the 2013 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Series Finale at Lake Elsinore MX Park

  • Team USA (Dungey, Tomac, Barcia) for the Motocross of Nations in Germany late next month officially unveiled their riding gear and riding numbers Thursday at Lake Elsinore – check out photos of them here.
  • Notes: It’s hot here in Lake Elsinore. Very hot. James Stewart is not racing today because of a lingering injury. Chad Reed is not racing today either. Chad says “2013 was never going to be a good year for so many reasons. I am focused on ensuring that every detail, both on and off the track is covered 110% so we start next year with the momentum that we should. I am not finished not by a long shot and neither is TwoTwo Motorsports, our sole focus right now is to secure our commercial arrangements and partnerships to ensure we have a well funded, two rider team that is competing for wins and championships every time we are on the track. In hindsight maybe I should of stopped earlier in the season to focus on my health but I soldiered on both equally for the sponsors and the fans. It is now at the stage where there is no point in doing so. I am not riding to my full potential, I am not representing the sponsors in a way I am comfortable with nor am I giving the fans the show they expect of me or deserve.

In 450 Qualifying, the quickest lap is turned in by Josh Grant number 33 on Yamaha – 2:09. Ryan Villopoto second – 2:10:34, Ryan Dungey 2:10:93, Justin Barcia 2:11:92, Jake Weimer, Broc Tickle, Trey Canard, Tyla Rattray, Justin Brayton, Andrew Short tenth at 2 minutes 14 seconds. 72 riders attempting to Qualify.

Josh Grant

In 250 Qualifying, the quickest lap is Eli Tomac – 2 minutes 9 seconds. Next is Ken Roczen – 2:09:45, Blake Baggett 2:09:94, then Wil Hahn, Adam Cianciarulo, Marvin Musquin, Zach Osborne, Jeremy Martin, Jason Anderson, Kyle Cunningham tenth at 2:11:84. 74 riders attempting to Qualify.

Eli Tomac

450 Moto 1 – the early leader is Josh Grant! He’s followed by Justin Barcia, Ryan Villopoto, and Ryan Dungey.

On lap five, Ryan Villopoto has moved past Josh Grant and into the lead. Running order – RV, Grant, Barcia, Dungey, Canard, and Brett Metcalfe.

While Villopoto is running out front, Ryan Dungey makes the pass on Josh Grant for second place on lap 14. It’s RV leading Dungey by almost 30 seconds! Grant third, then Canard, Barcia, Short, Rattray, Weimer, Malcolm Stewart, and Brett Metcalfe 10th.

This race (30 minutes plus 2 laps) goes 16 laps. And Ryan Villopoto wins another moto. Second thru tenth: Dungey, Grant, Canard, Barcia, Short, Rattray, Weimer, M Stewart, B Metcalfe.

250 Moto 1 – the early leader is … Kenny Roczen! He’s followed by Jeremy Martin, Eli Tomac, Marvin Musquin, Cooper Webb, Zach Osborne, Matt Bisceglia, Justin Hill, Cole Seely, Justin Bogle tenth and 2013 Regional Supercross Champion Wil Hahn is 11th.

Five laps complete on this very hot and sunny day – Ken Roczen leads Jeremy Martin by almost 12 seconds. Third place is Eli Tomac, then Cooper Webb, Zach Osborne, Cole Seely, Justin Hill, Justin Bogle, Wil Hahn, and Marvin Musquin tenth.

As they finish lap 8, Tomac has made a move on Martin for second position. Roczen now leads Tomac by 12 seconds …

This moto looks like it belongs to Kenny Roczen. And, after 16 laps Ken Roczen has won this moto! Second thru tenth – E Tomac, J Martin, C Webb, Z Osborne, W Hahn, K Cunningham, J Bogle, M Musquin, and Cole Seely.

Ken Roczen

 

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450 Moto 2 – word has come from the Joe Gibbs Racing Yamaha team that Josh Grant, who finished third in the first moto, will not be racing in the second moto. The heat was a bit too much – the team and Josh both decided not best to risk heat stroke by riding the second moto.

The early leader is Josh’s teammate Justin Brayton – but not for long. 2013 450 series champion Ryan Villopoto quickly moves past and into first place.

At the end of lap one it’s Ryan Villopoto, Justin Barcia, Ryan Dungey, Justin Brayton, Malcolm Stewart, Brett Metcalfe, Tyla Rattray, Andrew Short, Jake Weimer, and Zach Freeberg.

Lap three – Villopoto is out front, and, Barcia and Dungey are battling. Dungey makes a move on Barcia to take over second place.

The top three have remained the same 25 minutes into this race – Villopoto leading Dungey by 18 seconds, and Dungey leading Barcia by 12 seconds. But Tyla Rattray has moved up to fourth. Then Weimer, Metcalfe, Mike Alessi, Justin Brayton, Weston Peick, and Andrew Short.

Ryan Villopoto has put a cap on his amazing 2013 season by winning the final moto of this series (and the overall victory). Ryan won his third Monster Energy AMA / FIM Supercross Championship earlier this year, and wrapped up this (his second) 450 AMA Motocross Championship last week in Utah. He dominated the premiere class all year. Second thru tenth in this moto: Dungey, Barcia, Weimer, Alessi, Rattray, Peick, Metcalfe, Brayton, and Trey Canard.

250 Moto 2 – looks like Zach Osborne with the early lead, but midway thru the first lap Cooper Webb (number 175 Yamaha) goes by Osborne for the lead. And a few moments later, Kenny Roczen takes a fall.

The end of the first lap – C Webb, Blake Baggett, Z Osborne, Justin Bogle, Eli Tomac, Jason Anderson, Jeremy Martin, Wil Hahn, Martin Davalos, and Justin Hill tenth. Ken Roczen is 12th. Marvin Musquin is 22nd.

Next lap – Blake Baggett moves into first! Then Webb, Osborne, Tomac, Bogle, Anderson, J Martin, Davalos, W Hahn, Kyle Cunningham, and Ken Roczen.

The guy on the move? Eli Tomac. It’s Baggett leading, Tomac now in second, about four seconds behind Baggett. As they complete lap five – the rest of the top ten – Anderson, Webb, Bogle, Osborne, Martin, Hahn, Roczen, Hill. Tomac is in position to win the overall …

The last moto of the season, and the moto win goes to Blake Baggett. Second place in this moto, but with the overall victory today – 2013 250 series champion Eli Tomac. Third place in this race – Cooper Webb. Then Zach Osborne, Jeremy Martin, Wil Hahn, Ken Roczen, Martin Davalos, Justin Hill, and Marvin Musquin.

Postscript: Blake Baggett has been penalized in this last moto and is now officially scored as 2nd in this race. (The penalty was a result of jumping a jump while flags were out that tell a rider not to jump because a rider is down on the track.)

450 Results:

  1. Ryan Villopoto – KAW – 1/1
  2. Ryan Dungey – KTM – 2/2
  3. Justin Barcia – HON – 5/3
  4. Jake Weimer – KAW – 8/4
  5. Tyla Rattray – KAW – 7/6
  6. Trey Canard – HON – 4/10
  7. Mike Alessi – SUZ – 12/5
  8. Brett Metcalfe – KAW – 10/8
  9. Andrew Short – KTM – 6/12
  10. Broc Tickle – SUZ – 11/11
  11. Josh Grant – YAM – 3/DNS
  12. Justin Brayton – YAM – 14/9
  13. Ryan Sipes – SUZ – 13/14
  14. Malcolm Stewart – HON – 9/18
  15. Weston Peick – SUZ – 33/7

250 Results:

  1. Eli Tomac – HON – 2/1
  2. Ken Roczen – KTM – 1/7
  3. Cooper Webb – YAM – 4/3
  4. Jeremy Martin – YAM – 3/5
  5. Zach Osborne – HON – 5/4
  6. Wil Hahn – HON – 6/6
  7. Marvin Musquin – KTM – 9/10
  8. Justin Bogle – HON – 8/11
  9. Blake Baggett – KAW – 33/2
  10. Martin Davalos – KAW – 11/9
  11. Justin Hill – KAW – 13/8
  12. Cole Seely – HON – 10/12
  13. Jessy Nelson – HON – 12/14
  14. Darryn Durham – KAW – 15/13
  15. K Cunningham – YAM – 7/35
  16. Matt Bisceglia – HON – 16/15
  17. Shane McElrath – HON – 18/17
  18. Adam Cianciarulo – KAW – 14/40
  19. Ryan Zimmer – HON – 20/16
  20. Jason Anderson – SUZ – 17/32

450 Point Standings:

  1. Ryan Villopoto – 563
  2. Ryan Dungey – 507
  3. Justin Barcia – 411
  4. Trey Canard – 332
  5. James Stewart – 289
  6. Jake Weimer – 275
  7. Andrew Short – 262
  8. Broc Tickle – 236
  9. Mike Alessi – 229
  10. Josh Grant – 228
  11. Justin Brayton – 201
  12. Tyla Rattray – 198
  13. Malcolm Stewart – 197
  14. Phil Nicoletti – 190
  15. Chad Reed – 157

250 Point Standings:

  1. Eli Tomac – 552
  2. Ken Roczen – 493
  3. Marvin Musquin – 411
  4. Blake Baggett – 395
  5. Zach Osborne – 356
  6. Jeremy Martin – 300
  7. Justin Bogle – 291
  8. Jason Anderson – 260
  9. Cooper Webb – 255
  10. Kyle Cunningham – 228
  11. Cole Seely – 223
  12. Justin Hill – 217
  13. Wil Hahn – 172
  14. Darryn Durham – 171
  15. Martin Davalos – 168
  16. Adam Cianciarulo – 138
  17. Joey Savatgy – 89
  18. Blake Wharton – 85
  19. Alex Martin – 82
  20. Kyle Peters – 55

 

 

 

Ryan Villopoto x2

Blake Baggett

 

 

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2013 FIM World Motocross – Round 16 – Great Britain – Qualifying

Tony Cairoli is this close to winning his seventh FIM Motocross World Championship! Tomorrow is the MX GP of Great Britain! In today’s Qualifying race, in MXGP the winner is … Tony Cairoli! No surprise there! In MX2 it’s France’s Jordi Tixier winning! Video hi-lites of the MXGP class below, courtesy of Youthstream

Notes: Max Nagl is still not recovered from Epstein-Barr virus. Evgeny Bobryshev started the MXGP Qualifying race, but had a first lap crash that damaged his bike and forced him out. Both Paulin and Searle had falls as well. MX2 World Motocross Champion Jeffrey Herlings is not racing – he suffered a dislocated shoulder last week and is sitting out for a while.

MX2 Qualifying Results:

  1. Jordi Tixier – KTM
  2. Jake Nicholls – KTM
  3. Jose Butron – KTM
  4. Romain Febvre – KTM
  5. Max Anstie – SUZ
  6. Glenn Coldenshoff – KTM
  7. Jason Clermont – KAW
  8. Dean Ferris – YAM
  9. Al Lupino – KAW
  10. Arnaud Tonus – KAW
  11. Dylan Ferrandis – KAW
  12. Mel Pocock – YAM
  13. Petar Petrov – YAM
  14. S Olsen – HON
  15. Chris Charlier – YAM

MXGP Qualifying Results:

  1. Tony Cairoli – KTM
  2. Jeremy van Horebeek – KAW
  3. Clement Desalle – SUZ
  4. Kevin Strijbos – SUZ
  5. Ken de Dycker – KTM
  6. Sebastien Pourcel – KTM
  7. Gautier Paulin – KAW
  8. David Philippaerts – HON
  9. Nic Aubin – HON
  10. Shaun Simpson – YAM
  11. M. Potisek – YAM
  12. Jon Barragan – KTM
  13. Tommy Searle – KAW

MX2 Championship points (after 15 rounds):

  1. Jeffrey Herlings – 692
  2. Jordi Tixier – 553
  3. Jose Butron – 470
  4. Christophe Charlier – 439
  5. Glenn Coldenhoff – 412
  6. Dean Ferris – 409
  7. Jake Nicholls – 370
  8. Alessandro Lupino – 306
  9. Max Anstie – 302
  10. Petar Petrov – 267
  11. Dylan Ferrandis – 262
  12. Aleksander Tonkov – 244
  13. Mel Pocock – 234
  14. Romain Febvre – 233
  15. Harri Kullas – 192

MXGP Championship points: (after 15 rounds)

  1. Tony Cairoli – 690
  2. Clement Desalle – 600
  3. Ken de Dycker – 542
  4. Gautier Paulin – 485
  5. Kevin Strijbos – 469
  6. Tommy Searle – 431
  7. Jeremy van Horebeek – 383
  8. Max Nagl – 314
  9. Evgeny Bobryshev – 276
  10. David Philippaerts – 268
  11. Shaun Simpson – 245
  12. Joel Roelants – 242
  13. Rui Goncalves – 230
  14. Tanel Leok – 196
  15. Davide Guarneri – 195

 

 

 

TC 222! (Tony Cairoli)

 

MX GP class Qualifying Race hi-lite video courtesy Youthstream

 

 

2013 Motocross of Nations – Team USA – Ryan, Eli, Justin, Roger

Today was press day at the Lucas Oil AMA Motocross event at Lake Elsinore CA. Many of the riders in the series rode practice in very hot conditions.

But the big news of today – the unveiling of Team USA for the upcoming Motocross of Nations. It’s riders Ryan Dungey, Eli Tomac, and Justin Barcia, with Team Manager Roger De Coster.

Check out the photos to see what Ryan, Eli and Justin will wear in Germany at the Nations, and, you’ll also see some photos of riders practicing today, like Ryan Villopoto, Marvin Musquin, Trey Canard, and Ken Roczen. Check out Ken Roczen’s jersey … see if you notice anything : )

 

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L – R: Ryan Dungey, Eli Tomac, Justin Barcia, Roger De Coster

Ken Roczen wearing the number 2 jersey he’ll wear at the 2013 Motocross of Nations in Germany

 

 

 

 

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