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Villopoto Takes Thailand. Herlings Too.

FIM MX World Champs 2015

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MXGP – Grand Prix 

Monster Energy Kawasaki rider Ryan Villopoto has won the Grand Prix of Thailand with a consistent 1-3 result. After a perfect opening moto victory the American came back from an average start to climb into third place behind Antonio Cairoli and Clement Desalle in the second moto to claim third place.

Second overall in the GP was Clement Desalle (2-2) and third Antonio Cairoli (5-1).

Click here for race highlights.

Villopoto might not have gotten to the first corner first in the opening MXGP moto, but it didn’t take him long to get into first place. While holding down third place behind Tyla Rattray and Max Nagl the American got a little lucky when the two riders collided, giving him the chance to move into first place.

That little bit of help though didn’t really count for anything, because riding the way he was there was only one place Villopoto was going and that was to the front. After just a lap he had six bike lengths between himself and second placed Desalle as once again Antonio Cairoli fought through the pack after a bad start.

On lap two Tommy Searle had a big crash and was carted off the circuit by ambulance staff. Ken De Dycker also made a mistake after having difficulties.

By lap five the lead was 7 seconds as Villopoto continued to look in total control. Desalle fought tough to remain in second followed by Febvre who was on fire passing a bunch of riders to move into third place, then came Strijbos, Paulin, Nagl, Rattray, Cairoli, Ferris and Waters in 10th spot.

Steven Frossard had problems on lap eight and dropped way out of the picture, and Cairoli passed Rattray for seventh spot.

Nine laps in and Villopoto moves to 11 seconds ahead of Desalle, with Febvre third 23 seconds off the leader. Paulin passed Strijbos and was 10 seconds behind Febvre in fourth spot. Top 10 after 11 laps was Villopoto, Desalle, Febvre, Paulin, Strijbos, Nagl, Cairoli, Rattray, Ferris and Waters.

Nagl was now onto Strijbos and chasing hard to pass for fifth spot. On lap 11 Nagl got by the Belgian and began his chase after Paulin. Cairoli also moved up on Strijbos just as Paulin made a mistake and let both Strijbos and Cairoli past.

Desalle made up some ground on Villopoto, although hard to know if it’s the leader cruising or the Belgian being smart. After 15 laps the distance between the top two was 12 seconds, Febvre 23 seconds back in third and Nagl 37 seconds behind the American champion.

Cairoli moved into fifth place just behind Nagl, and up front Villopoto’s lead was now 11 seconds, but it was clear the American was on cruise control and possibly Desalle also. Ferris dropped back to 13th, then 17th as the conditions started really playing on the rider’s mental and physical strength.

Villopoto eventually won by 10 second, followed by Desalle, Febvre, Nagl, Cairoli, Strijbos, Paulin, Rattray, Waters and Bobryshev in 10th spot.

The second moto of the MXGP and finally Cairoli gets a drop, leading the riders into the first lap. Second is Desalle, followed by Van Horebeek, Ferris, Rattray, and Villopoto. The American tried to push up the inside in the first corner but didn’t get the same line as the opening moto and bobbled a little as he slightly ran  off the track entering turn one.

The early laps showed what a talent Villopoto is as he charged past Rattray, Ferris and Van Horebeek. Cairoli and Desalle though were on the gas up front holding down first and second places.

Click for the Villopoto /Van Horebeek battle.

Top ten after four laps was Cairoli, Desalle, Villopoto (five seconds back), Van Horebeek, Ferris, Febvre, Butron, Rattray, Strijbos and Waters.

Cairoli and Desalle were setting a blistering pace, pulling away from Villopoto as the American was now nine seconds back. Paulin struggled in 10th spot, Nagl in 12th.

Cairoli and Desalle are riding well and have pulled 17 seconds away from Villopoto. The Aussie contingent Waters and Ferris are 6th and 9th and looking strong.

Top ten after 14 laps is Cairoli, Desalle, Villopoto, Febvre, Strijbos, Waters, Paulin, Rattray, Ferris and Bobryshev in 10th place. Cairoli wins it from Desalle and Villopoto.

MX 2

The flying Dutchman Jeffrey Herlings (KTM) has once again gone 1-1 for victory at the Grand Prix of Thailand. Just a week after winning the opening round of the FIM MX2 championship in Doha, Qatar Herlings dominated his opposition.

Under warm conditions and around a circuit with many jumps and draining technical sections the Red Bull KTM Factory riders cruised to his two moto wins and despite his short time on the bike looked very strong. 2015 might be a long one for the rest of the MX2 riders.

Second overall was Red Bull KTM Factory team-mate Pauls Jonass and third Monster Energy Kawasaki rider Dylan Ferrandis.

Herlings holeshot the opening MX2 moto, ahead of Tim Gajser and Benoit Paturel. Further back came Dylan Ferrandis, Pauls Jonass and Julien Lieber.

Herlings continued to lead early, but Gajser didn’t give up and hounded the Dutchman for the opening few laps, even trying to stick his front wheel under Herlings on the second lap only to have Herlings close the door.

After four laps Herlings lead was 4 seconds over Gajser with Ferrandis a further two seconds back. Jonass had moved into fourth place and defending MX2 champion Jordi Tixier was struggling in 20th position.

Top ten after six laps was Herlings, Gajser, Ferrandis, Jonass, Lieber, Covington, Paturel, Guillod, Bogers and Justs. Tixier had moved up to 16th position.

A race of not a lot of action as Herlings remained the leader as the riders went into the 14th lap, now 13 seconds ahead of Ferrandis who had passed Gajser, Jonass was still fourth.

Covington was a very respectable fifth, Seewer came next followed by Guillod who had come up well after a bad start, Paturel, Pocock and Tonkov (also improved from a bad start) in 10th. Tixier was up to 11th place.

After 20 tough laps under really warm temperatures Herlings took the moto win 10 seconds ahead of Ferrandis with Gajser in third, then came Jonass, Covington, Seewer, Guillod, Paturel and Pocock in 10th place.

Second MX2 moto and it’s again the Red Bull KTM duo of Herlings and Jonass who lead, followed by Bogers, Covington, Lieber, Ferrandis, Justs, Pocock, Guillod and Petrov in 10th place.

American Thomas Covington moved into third place, but then dropped back to fifth as Lieber and Ferrandis went past. Not a lot changed in the opening laps as Herlings pulled an eight second gap over his team-mate, and in third place Lieber was looking strong.

After nine laps Herlings was now 10 seconds ahead, followed by Jonass, Lieber, Ferrandis, Covington, Guillod, Pocock, Petrov, Tonkov and Justs in 10th place.  Herlings eventually won by 10 seconds from Jonass, Lieber, Ferrandis and Covington.

Rider Comments:

Clement Desalle: “Yesterday when I did my first lap of the track here I was quite surprised by it but then it became better and better. My starts were better today and that’s a positive thing. Two strong results and that’s important because my goal for the moment is to be like that every moto. I’m happy with my feeling on the bike and the control I have. I am trying to enjoy myself as much as possible because I know that is when the results come. We will do some testing now and I’m excited about the chance to get a bit better in small areas. It is great to have the red plate for the first time since 2013. The bike will look nice in Argentina!”

Jeffrey Herlings: “This was a really tough weekend and I don’t have so much riding fitness yet because I have only been on the bike four weeks. The heat really got to me but we made our way through and won both motos. I also won the qualification so I can go home happy. The track is what it is and riders have to adapt but for sure it was kind of Supercross style, and with this hear, they humidity and such a track it was really tough. Sometimes you have to fight through a wall and that’s what I did. Now I have three weeks to recover so I’m going to rest, recover and start training again on Wednesday.

Ryan Villopoto: “We only had two days to test when we went back to Europe but we made good progress with the bike. We made some big suspension changes and then some fine tuning here. I think the track here is not only new for all of us, it is also a little more jumpy than the usual GP track and suited me. For sure there will be weeks when a track suits me best, and other weeks when the track suits the European guys. I didn’t ride this sort of heat for one and a half years, and it even started snowing when we were training in Belgium on Tuesday, so it was a shock change for all of us. I guess I have some things to learn too. I also backed off my pace in the qualifier but I think the other guys did so even more to save energy in the heat. There’s a strategy to GP racing but I’m gradually getting used to it. I got pushed around a little in the first few turns of race two but when I got to third I just tried to be smart, and at this stage of the season a safe third is better than risking a crash. It’s cool to come here to Thailand and see things which you would normally only see in the movies; it’s a bizarre experience.”

Tyla Rattray: “It was definitively a good weekend. We went back in Belgium after Qatar, did some testing and made some positive changes, mainly to the suspension. My starts were good this weekend, which is really important, and I got two good results even though I lost the use of my rear brake halfway through the second race. I was twice eighth and I felt good and strong. We have two weekends off now, time to do some more testing and try to get the bikes even better and I’m looking forward to Argentina. Some people may be surprised that we reacted so strong after Qatar, but you know the people at KRT are working really hard; everyone in the team put in a lot of work and hours to give us the best material, and we also gave 100% in the races, whether it’s for a win or a tenth position.”

Pauls Jonass: “We came to Qatar and Thailand with no expectations and I just tried to do my best. Here in Thailand I set the fastest time in time practice and I got second in qualifying for a pretty good gate pick for the races. My starts were not so good but I made a few good passes in the opening corners. I finished fourth in the first race and second in the second race when I felt much better and got my rhythm earlier. This is a good way to start the season and I will try to get more podiums.” Both Herlings and Jonass ride the KTM 250 SX-F.

Antonio Cairoli: “I made some mistakes over the weekend, especially in the qualifying. Then in the race you need to have a good start to be in front and you need to be on the inside on the corner and that was very important. I was a bit too wide with my seventh place then I got pushed to the outside. I had to regroup and settle my speed but after I went outside the track I was back at about seventeenth and I tried to charge to be in front again. It was not bad to end up fifth but not what I expected from my race. Then I was able to get a good start in my second race to be out in front and to make a good rhythm on a track that was very dangerous. I like jumps but this was way too much and also some were very sketchy. It was very hot and you are not completely focuses so it’s very easy to make a mistake.”

Kevin Strijbos: “It was OK today. I wasn’t great out of the gate in the first race but I turned inside and came out well, in sixth or something. I got up to fifth and then Tyla and Paulin came together which let me get to third. I tried to push but felt straight away that the pace was too fast. So I slowed down a bit. I had a lot of trouble with the heat and I saw others struggling and crashing. Sixth was OK. In the second moto I was better out of the gate but still not good enough and I again went for the inside and it didn’t work out as well. My riding was pretty good and I came up to fifth; the top five was not too bad. Considering my wrist and being unable to train I think I can be happy. We definitely need to be better though and we have two weeks now before Argentina.”

Shaun Simpson: “Yesterday was tough. I don’t know what was going on with me, the track or the set-up. I didn’t change the set-up actually and I’m glad about that because it felt alright today as the track altered. On Saturday there was grip and then suddenly no-grip and I didn’t put in a lap from the get-go. It was poor day and I was then fighting a losing battle today from the outside. In the first one I pulled through OK, and I thought ‘if I can get out of here with twenty points then I’d be happy’. It was an amount that I aimed for at every round last year to be going for that top six-eight bracket. Ten points in the first one was OK but I didn’t have any more to give in the second. I wasn’t feeling dizzy but it was hard work, definitely one of the hardest we have done. I’m glad to get out of here in one bit and the GP has claimed a lot of guys. Argentina looks a bit sandy and with some hills at least. I’m looking forward to getting some work done back home and starting the British with the number one plate.”

Max Nagl: “I hoped to keep the championship leader’s red plate here in Thailand, but with the heat and the track conditions the way they were I wasn’t taking any risks at all. It was so, so hot and that was tough. Also, the track was challenging, so like I said I wasn’t taking any risks. I was happy with my first moto result. I got a good start, went a little wide in the first turn, but put together a good race. In the second race I just couldn’t make it happen. I got a bad start and had to fight my way forward from the middle of the pack. I made up some positions but I wasn’t prepared to really push to the limit.”

Todd Waters: “I wasn’t feeling great at the start of Sunday, but things really improved. I was just disappointed that things hadn’t gone well during qualifying. I couldn’t get a good lap together in practice and then didn’t have a good qualifying race. But things were much better on race day. Running closer to the front felt great. I know my speed is good, I just need to work at improving my starts so that I can get amongst things from the first lap.”

Aleksandr Tonkov: “It’s been a tough GP for me, but we got some championship points, and that was important. After my qualifying race I knew it would be a hard first moto, so to finish in ninth isn’t so bad. Eighth in the second race was a little better but with the heat it’s been tough. I’m looking forward to getting back to normal racing conditions.”

Petar Petrov: “I’m sure that was the toughest race I have done. I stopped and almost passed out. There were five or six guys that went to hospital! The goal was to improve from Qatar and we did that. I want to be on the podium by the end of the year. Today I was eighth and I have started the season with worse. We didn’t come here 100% so now we will go back to Europe and work to improve.”

Gautier Paulin: “I have two comments from today: I’m really sad because of my crash, but I’m really happy because of my riding. I think I’m the only one who was doing so many big passes. In the second moto I crashed on the third corner but it wasn’t my fault as I got hit by another rider. I was on the ground and another rider rode over me but I managed to get back to sixth, with a shorter moto. I think I would have been fourth with my pace. In the first moto, I had two crashes. I landed on Rattray when he changed line and I was already in the air, and the second was my fault. But I’m happy with my riding after the crashes; with the way I was riding to get back and the lines I was choosing to make these passes. On paper it’s not bad, but we’re just looking forward to the next GP now.”

Evgeny Bobryshev: “You know, today was a really really tough day for everyone here because of the heat and the track. When you have lots of work to do in this heat, it’s very difficult. For me, I had a crash yesterday so I had a bad gate pick but I managed to come through. That’s really difficult in the beginning because you have really to fight and concentrate a lot and you use a lot of energy. I was for a while off the bike and not racing last year and I feel at the moment like I’ve missed six months of riding. Before the season started I was looking at it like I will come back and be at the front because the training was going well, but racing is a completely different story so it’s taking time. At the moment we need to build it up. The team understand it and are really helping and supporting me, and overall I’m really happy with the bike. My goal this weekend was for more solid points because the season is long and we’re continuing to rebuild, so I’m really looking forward to the next GP to keep this going.”

Ben Watson: “Today was terrible really and I felt pretty weak all weekend. I probably put too much into the qualification race even though I was happy with thirteenth. From last week’s crash in Qatar my hand and wrist are very sore and I ripped up some of the biggest blisters. I tried to ride in both races and I didn’t do much in the first one. In the second they had to shorten the race. I went for it at the start but then the heat hit me like a brick and I had to slow down. I salvaged a few points. Not amazing but at least I managed to finish both motos.”

Romain Febvre: “Yesterday I struggled with my starts so we improved the bike for today and I just had to focus. If you don’t get that part of the race right then its possible to lose fifteen seconds on the front guys. I was up there in the first heat, passed a few and was third for most of the moto. I was a bit stressed. I had a big gap over Nagl but it was the first time on the 450 being there with the ‘big guys’ and I put too much pressure on myself. I lost a lot of energy because of that. The team worked so hard to put the bike on the podium and I tried my best also – like every time – and it felt great to get into the top three. At the start of the second moto I was looking for the GP overall podium but I did not get away so well. I made some good moves but I was stuck behind Butron. I lost a lot of seconds to the leaders. I caught Jeremy, who was struggling, but then that was it. I almost had the same points as Cairoli and nearly made it. I’m happy though. It has been a really tough GP, the hardest. We came from minus temperatures to more than thirty degrees!”

Jeremy Van Horebeek: “It was a bad weekend. I hit my head in the first moto and could not see clearly. I had to retire twice. The heat also affected me. We have some work to do with the team because we are not where we have to be. We will see. I don’t have anything more to say about the weekend.”

Julien Lieber: “I was riding really good in the first moto and came from mid-pack until third when I then crashed on the triple. I never thought I would be able to ride the second moto but we got my back checked and did some stretching. I had a go at the second moto and started in fifth. I passed a few people and finished third. It was really good. I’m tired but know I will be in shape for the next GP. I’m fourth in the championship, which is good but I also know that I lost a lot of points in that first moto. Anyway I would like to thank the mechanics for their help. The bike was pretty bent and damaged after the first race and the guys did such a good job getting it ready for me to go again.”

Valentin Guillod: “Considering I was sick all week with a cold I’m happy with the weekend. To finish sixth twice, fifth overall and get into the top five in the championship is positive. The raced were really difficult with the weather and luckily the second moto was cut short. Overall I still want to find the feeling with the bike that I had in training this winter and I know it will come.”

Benoit Paturel: “I felt a lot better this weekend than in Qatar. There I was riding tight but I felt comfortable all weekend long here in Thailand. My starts were good and I’m happy I was able to follow the pace of the top five riders. I think I could have battled for a top five overall without the problems in the second race. I don’t know what happened there. Maybe a stone hit the brake or I hit Covington, but my front wheel locked up and it was impossible to ride. That’s racing I guess… I want to thank the team and everyone around though for supporting and believing in me. I’m looking forward to the next GP!”

David Philippaerts: “Not a 100% day. In the first moto I was on the brakes too much in a corner because I did not want to touch the guy in front of me and stopped the bike. I started in twenty-fourth and finished twelfth and this was good because of the fast lap-times. It was also important to pass many riders. In the second one I started in the top five but made a lot of mistakes and at least ten riders passed me in the first three laps. In the last ten minutes I was stronger and made four positions; it was a decent end and if the race had been full length then I might have got Ferris also. Tenth was OK and continues our good way. The track was hard here. I’m happy and we will focus for the next race. Last year in Thailand we had a 0-0, so this was better.”

Dylan Ferrandis: “ I should be happy with two podiums and second in the standings, but I’m also frustrated as I dropped more points to Jeffrey. We’ve been coming here to Thailand for three years now but we never had such weather; it was really tough today. My first start was really good; I made a few mistakes but took a strong second placed finish. I kept some energy for the second moto but my start was not as good and I had to recover from twelfth to fourth. I felt tired mid race and didn’t want to make a silly mistake so I was satisfied to secure the fourth position which gave me third overall. Now I have three weeks to prepare for the next GP; we’ll do everything to go for the win in Argentina.”

Thomas Covington: “It’s been a really good weekend for me; the bike was working really good, I got two good starts and I rode two solid motos with two fifth placed finishes which gave me fourth overall. That’s where I wanted to be when I came into the season, being in the top five; we’ve got to keep on doing this every weekend, and being consistent. The track was OK; it was definitively not my favourite but there was some nice jumps even if it was pretty small and tight; but I just got my best ever overall GP result so I can’t complain.”

Jordi Tixier: “It was definitively not a good weekend, as I couldn’t finish the first race. I had recovered from twentieth to eleventh, but on the last lap in the waves section I couldn’t hold the bike and crashed. My brain was not working as usual; I gave 100% during the race and with the heat I suddenly had no energy, no concentration and crashed. They took me in the medical service for treatment, but I couldn’t start the second race.”

Mel Pocock: “It was a tough weekend, but I had two good results today which gave me sixth overall and I’m now just outside the top ten in the championship. I’m happy with the results, one of my best in GPs; it makes the team happy, me happy, everyone goes back to England happy and that will just gave us some more confidence for the next races. It took a lot of time for the track to settle down as it’s a new track, but it was difficult, like a Supercross one but bigger, and at the end I was having fun on it. “

MXGP – Grand Prix Race 1

1 2 Villopoto, Ryan USA Kawasaki 34:09.149
2 25 Desalle, Clement BEL Suzuki 34:19.685
3 461 Febvre, Romain FRA Yamaha 34:33.080
4 12 Nagl, Maximilian GER Husqvarna 34:37.362
5 222 Cairoli, Antonio ITA KTM 34:44.042
6 22 Strijbos, Kevin BEL Suzuki 34:50.023
7 21 Paulin, Gautier FRA Honda 34:58.620
8 28 Rattray, Tyla RSA Kawasaki 35:18.107
9 47 Waters, Todd AUS Husqvarna 35:29.968
10 777 Bobryshev, Evgeny RUS Honda 35:50.054
11 24 Simpson, Shaun GBR KTM 35:56.682
12 19 Philippaerts, David ITA Yamaha 34:16.777
13 17 Butron, Jose ESP KTM 34:28.249
14 999 Goncalves, Rui POR Husqvarna 34:41.231
15 39 Guarneri, Davide ITA TM 34:47.078

 MXGP – Race 2 – Classification

1 222 Cairoli, Antonio ITA FMI KTM 29:10.216
2 25 Desalle, Clement BEL FMB Suzuki 29:19.972
3 2 Villopoto, Ryan USA AMA Kawasaki 29:33.004
4 461 Febvre, Romain FRA FFM Yamaha 30:01.543
5 22 Strijbos, Kevin BEL FMB Suzuki 30:09.494
6 21 Paulin, Gautier FRA MCM Honda 30:13.222
7 47 Waters, Todd AUS MA Husqvarna 30:15.701
8 28 Rattray, Tyla RSA MSA Kawasaki 30:26.252
9 111 Ferris, Dean AUS MA Husqvarna 30:28.424
10 19 Philippaerts, David ITA FMI Yamaha 30:29.537
11 12 Nagl, Maximilian GER DMSB Husqvarna 30:33.131
12 777 Bobryshev, Evgeny RUS FSM Honda 30:38.987
13 259 Coldenhoff, Glenn NED KNMV Suzuki 30:54.380
14 24 Simpson, Shaun GBR ACU KTM 29:18.715
15 183 Frossard, Steven FRA FFM KTM 29:27.956

MXGP – Overall Classification

1 2 Villopoto, Ryan USA AMA KAW 25 20 45
2 25 Desalle, Clement BEL FMB SUZ 22 22 44
3 222 Cairoli, Antonio ITA FMI KTM 16 25 41
4 461 Febvre, Romain FRA FFM YAM 20 18 38
5 22 Strijbos, Kevin BEL FMB SUZ 15 16 31
6 21 Paulin, Gautier FRA MCM HON 14 15 29
7 12 Nagl, Maximilian GER DMSB HUS 18 10 28
8 47 Waters, Todd AUS MA HUS 12 14 26
9 28 Rattray, Tyla RSA MSA KAW 13 13 26
10 19 Philippaerts, David ITA FMI YAM 9 11 20
11 777 Bobryshev, Evgeny RUS FSM HON 11 9 20
12 24 Simpson, Shaun GBR ACU KTM 10 7 17
13 111 Ferris, Dean AUS MA HUS 1 12 13
14 259 Coldenhoff, Glenn NED KNMV SUZ 5 8 13
15 39 Guarneri, Davide ITA FMI TM 6 5 11

MXGP – Championship Classification

1 25 Desalle, C. BEL SUZ 88
2 222 Cairoli, A. ITA KTM 79
3 12 Nagl, M. GER HUS 78
4 2 Villopoto, R. USA KAW 70
5 461 Febvre, Romain FRA YAM 67
6 21 Paulin, G. FRA HON 67
7 22 Strijbos, K. BEL SUZ 55
8 777 Bobryshev, E. RUS HON 45
9 47 Waters, Todd AUS HUS 40
10 24 Simpson, Shaun GBR KTM 38
11 28 Rattray, Tyla RSA KAW 35
12 89 Van Horebeek, J. BEL YAM 32
13 19 Philippaerts, D. ITA YAM 31
14 39 Guarneri, D. ITA TM 28
15 259 Coldenhoff, G. NED SUZ 27

Grand Prix of Thailand – Results MX2

MX2 – Grand Prix Race 1

1 84 Herlings, Jeffrey NED KTM 34:58.798

2 4 Ferrandis, Dylan FRA Kawasaki 33:17.676

3 243 Gajser, Tim SLO Honda 33:26.559

4 41 Jonass, Pauls LAT KTM 33:37.803

5 64 Covington, Thomas USA Kawasaki 33:42.214

6 91 Seewer, Jeremy SUI Suzuki 33:52.784

7 92 Guillod, Valentin SUI Yamaha 33:55.460

8 6 Paturel, Benoit FRA Yamaha 34:01.081

9 119 Pocock, Mel GBR Kawasaki 34:16.398

10 1 Tixier, Jordi FRA Kawasaki 34:24.960

11 59 Tonkov, Aleksandr RUS Husqvarna 34:25.852

12 152 Petrov, Petar BUL KTM 34:37.476

13 189 Bogers, Brian NED KTM 34:40.181

14 95 Justs, Roberts LAT KTM 33:14.695

15 128 Monticelli, Ivo ITA KTM 33:34.971

MX2 – Grand Prix Race 2

1 84 Herlings, Jeffrey NED KNMV KTM 30:06.023

2 41 Jonass, Pauls LAT LAMSF KTM 30:16.335

3 33 Lieber, Julien BEL FMB Yamaha 30:22.531

4 4 Ferrandis, Dylan FRA FFM Kawasaki 30:43.029

5 64 Covington, Thomas USA FFM Kawasaki 30:46.290

6 92 Guillod, Valentin SUI FMS Yamaha 30:55.429

7 119 Pocock, Mel GBR ACU Kawasaki 30:57.897

8 59 Tonkov, Aleksandr RUS MFR Husqvarna 31:06.552

9 152 Petrov, Petar BUL QMMF KTM 31:13.984

10 95 Justs, Roberts LAT LAMSF KTM 31:23.160

11 189 Bogers, Brian NED KNMV KTM 30:10.422

12 51 Getteman, Jens BEL FMB Honda 30:16.259

13 274 Lundgren, Anton SWE SVEMO Husqvarna 30:29.246

14 300 Golovkin, Viacheslav RUS FMI KTM 30:33.771

15 18 Brylyakov, Vsevolod RUS MFR Honda 30:35.781

MX2 – GP Classification

1 84 Herlings, Jeffrey NED KNMV KTM 25 25 50

2 41 Jonass, Pauls LAT LAMSF KTM 18 22 40

3 4 Ferrandis, Dylan FRA FFM KAW 22 18 40

4 64 Covington, Thomas USA FFM KAW 16 16 32

5 92 Guillod, Valentin SUI FMS YAM 15 15 30

6 119 Pocock, Mel GBR ACU KAW 13 14 27

7 59 Tonkov, Aleksandr RUS MFR HUS 12 13 25

8 152 Petrov, Petar BUL QMMF KTM 11 12 23

9 33 Lieber, Julien BEL FMB YAM 0 20 20

10 189 Bogers, Brian NED KNMV KTM 10 10 20

11 243 Gajser, Tim SLO AMZS HON 20 0 20

12 95 Justs, Roberts LAT LAMSF KTM 7 11 18

13 6 Paturel, Benoit FRA FFM YAM 14 0 14

14 274 Lundgren, Anton SWE SVEMO HUS 4 8 12

15 51 Getteman, Jens BEL FMB HON 2 9 11

MX2 – World Championship Classification

1 84 Herlings, J. NED KTM 100

2 4 Ferrandis, D. FRA KAW 78

3 41 Jonass, Pauls LAT KTM 70

4 33 Lieber, Julien BEL YAM 62

5 92 Guillod, V. SUI YAM 58

6 59 Tonkov, A. RUS HUS 56

7 64 Covington, T. USA KAW 53

8 243 Gajser, Tim SLO HON 52

9 152 Petrov, Petar BUL KTM 41

10 91 Seewer, Jeremy SUI SUZ 38

11 119 Pocock, Mel GBR KAW 36

12 1 Tixier, Jordi FRA KAW 35

13 95 Justs, Roberts LAT KTM 25

14 51 Getteman, Jens BEL HON 25

15 189 Bogers, Brian NED KTM 23

 
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