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Team Announcements

MX des Nations 2014

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AUSTRALIAN TEAM ANNOUNCED

Australia has announced their team for the MXoN in Kegums, Latvia on 28 September. 
Chad Reed (MX1), Dean Ferris (MX2) and Brett Metcalfe (Open)

FRENCH TEAM ANNOUNCED

The French Motorcycling Federation have announced the team that will represent France at the 2014 Motocross of Nations to be held at Kegums, Latvia on September, 27th & 28th.

The Team will consist of three Kawasaki riders in 

PAULIN Gautier MX1 KAWASAKI
FROSSARD Steven OPEN KAWASAKI
FERRANDIS Dylan MX2 KAWASAKI

Obviously not in the team are Christophe Pourcel and Marvin Musquin. The two former World MX2 Champions have missed out due to their less than exciting results in the American Motocross Championship this year.

Also missing out are Jordi Tixier who is ranked second in the MX2 Championship points, Romain Febvre who is ranked third in the MX2 Championship points, and often injured Christophe Charlier.

TEAM ITALY FOR MXON IS ANNOUNCED

Following the press conference here at MXGP of Finland, the team which has been selected to represent Italy at the 2014 Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations in Kegums, Latvia was announced.

Mr. Thomas TraversiniItaly’s Team Manager, revealed the team will consist of Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Antonio CairoliDP19 Yamaha Racing’s David Philippaerts and TM Ricci Racing’s Davide Guarneri. Cairoli will be competing on a KTM250SX-F as the MX2 rider while Guarneri and Philippaerts will remain on their 450’s as the Open and MXGP class contenders.

Mr. Traversini said “It is like a present for Team Italy for Antonio to sacrifice himself and go back to a 250 bike so the team has the best chance at a good result”.

Cairoli said “It has been almost seven years since I rode a MX2 bike but for the last two years I have won at the motocross of nations so I am happy with what I have achieved and I want Italy to achieve the best position we can. I don’t think it could be any other way, I am the smallest and the lightest and I think going from a 350 to a 250 is not such a big step. I know it won’t be easy, I don’t expect a lot but I will do my best.”

 
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