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MOTOCROSS ACTION’S WEEKEND NEWS ROUND-UP: CANADIAN NATIONALS, AUSTRALIAN NATIONALS, AMA NATIONALS & MUCH MORE MOTOCROSS ACTION

May 30, 2013
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POLITELLI AND FACCIOTTI WIN ROUND ONE OF CANADIAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

      
WASTELAND RESULTS: 450 CLASS
1. Colton Facciotti (Kaw)…..1-1
2. Brett Metcalfe (Kaw)……..2-2
3. Jeremy Medaglia (Yam)…6-3
4. Bobby Kiniry (Yam)……….3-6
5. Tyler Medaglia (KTM)…….5-4
6. Teddy Maier (Kaw)………..4-6
7. Gavin Gracyk (Kaw)………7-7
8. Morgan Burger (Yam)…….9-8
9. Dylan Kaelin (Yam)………..8-11
10. Brock Hoyer (Kaw)……..11-9

WASTELAND RESULTS: 250 CLASS
1. Austin Politelli (Kaw)…….1-2
2. Kaven Benoit (KTM)……..4-1
3. Brad Nauditt (Hon)………..3-3
4. Topher Ingalls (Hon)…….2-9
5. Josh Clark (Kaw)………….8-4
6. Richard Grey (Yam)……..7-6
7. Jared Allison (Yam)……..6-8
8. Nathan Bles (Hon)……….10-5
9. Kyle Swanson (Hon)……11-7
10. Parker Allison (Yam)…12-10

                                  
MUDDY CREEK AMA NATIONAL MOTOCROSS RESULTS

250 CLASS:
1. Marvin Musquin (KTM)…..2-2
2. Eli Tomac (Hon)…………….4-1
3. Ken Roczen (KTM)………..1-4
4. Blake Baggett (Kaw)……….3-3
5. Zach Osborne (Hon)……….6-5
6. Jason Anderson (Suz)……7-7
7. Justin Bogle (Hon)………….12-6
8. Kyle Cunningham (Yam)….8-11
9. Blake Wharton (Suz)………11-9
10. Cooper Webb (Yam)…….5-15
Other notables: 13. Cole Seeely (9-13); 15. Jeremy Martin (21-10); 17. Darryn Durham (14-17); 21. Nico Izzi (18-40); 22. Kyle Peters (20-21); 30. Justin Starling (30-29).

450 CLASS:
1. Ryan Dungey (KTM)……3-1
2. Justin Barcia (Hon)………2-2
3. Ryan Villopoto (Kaw)….1-4
4. James Stewart (Suz)…..4-6
5. Mike Alessi (SuZ)……….6-5
6. Clement Desalle (Suz)…5-9
7. Kevin Strijbos (Suz)……..14-7
8. Andrew Short (KTM)…….12-10
9. Trey Canard (Hon)………..29-3
10. Broc Tickle (Suz)………..13-11
Other notables: 11. Jake Weimer (18-8); 12. Chad Reed (15-13); 13. Josh Grant (7-36); 16. Justin Brayton (10-40); 17. Tyla Rattray (11-28); 24. Fredrik Noren (22-16).

                                  
SEE TREY CANARD’S MUDDY CREEK CRASH

                                  
SEE RYAN VILLOPOTO’S MUDDY CREEK CRASH

                                  
REMAINING AMA 250/450 NATIONALS

June 8……..Mt. Morris, PA
June 22……Budds Creek, MD
June 29……Southwick, MA
July 6……….Red Bud, MI
July 20……..Washougal, WA
July 27……..Millville, MN
August 10…Unadilla, NY
August 17…Tooele, UT
August 24…Lake Elsinore, CA

                                  
AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL RESULTS: CONONDALE, QUEENSLAND

Luke Styke with a 30th Anniversary of Yamaha in Australia color scheme.

250 CLASS:
1. Luke Styke………….Yam
2. Josh Cachia………..Hon
3. Kale Makeham……..KTM
4. Jay Wilson…………..Yam
5. Beau Ralston………Yam
6. Takeshi Katsuya….Hon
7. Luke Clout…………..Yam
8. Ryan Marmont……..Suz
9. Brock Winston……..KTM
10. Dylan Long…………KTM

450 CLASS:
1. Cody Cooper………Suz
2. Matt Moss…………..Suz
3. Billy Mackenzie……Yam
4. Todd Waters………..KTM
5. Jake Moss……………KTM
6. Lawson Bopping…..Yam
7. Kirk Gibbs……………KTM
8. Adam Monea…………Kaw
9. Daniel McCoy…………Hon
10. Tye Simmonds…….Yam

THIS ISN’T MOTOCROSS, BUT VALENTINO ROSSI’S REACTION AFTER HIS CRASH IS PRICELESS

                                  
LAST WEEK STEVE RAMON QUIT, THIS WEEK HE’S BACK IN ACTION

Steve Ramon will be back on Team Suzuki again…if only as a fill-in
.

A week ago two-time World Champion Steve Ramon quit the Honda Buldbase team, which was racing the British Nationals under the guidance to Dave Thorpe. Neither Thorpe nor Ramon gave any inkling of why Ramon suddenly departed the English team. This week Steve Ramon got a fill-in ride back at his old Sylvain and Eric Geboers run Rockstar Suzuki team. This is the team that Ramon was racingfor when he suffered what was then assumed to be a career ending injury. Since recovered and back racing, Ramon will race the Belgian Masters of Motocross Championship at Kester whileClement Desalle and Kevin Strijbos are racing at Muddy Creek

The 33-year-old Ramon said, “I’m happy with the opportunity to ride in Kester again. It wasn’t initially on my schedule, since I was normally doing the British Championships. But after parting ways with my previous team I’m grateful for the bike and support that Sylvain Geboers and Rockstar Energy Suzuki can give me for this round. It’s a classic on the Belgian calendar with a great track, good crowd, fans and an unbelievable atmosphere. AMC Dworp – the organiser of the event – is also the club I’ve always been registered to, so I’m glad I can do this for them as well.”

                                  
TAKE ONE MINUTE AND GO SURFING WITH K-ROC

                                  
THE MODERN CLASSIC: THE BORILE B500 HARKS BACK TO THE LITO DAYS

The Borile B500 is a modern take on the classic English school from the 1960s.

Ever wish you could have raced during the hey-day of four-stroke motocross…against the likes of Dick Mann, Feets Minert, John McLaughlin, Don Pink, Sten Lundin, the Rickman brothers, John Draper or Bill Nilsson. Well, you can’t! But Italian designer Umberto Borile wants to bring back some of the style of the late 1959s and 1960s. Borile Motorcycles are hand built and have attracted a lot of attention with their classic English school motorcycle design (built around modern mechanisms). The Borile line-up includes cafe racers, street bikes and dirt bikes. The most impressive of the Boriles in the B500 Ricki (named after Umberto’s late son Riccardo). The B500 uses a GM Speedway engine attached to a Norton gearbox. The bore and stroke is 86mm by 90mm with a single overhead cam. Borile is also planning on using special Ducati-spec’ed 350cc and 500cc engines in some of their models. The B500 Ricki is hand-made and very rare ? Borile claims that they will only make 20 units at 25 grand a pop.


The Borile Multiuso is a do-it-all street-legal trailbike.

Need a chainsaw? The Borile Multiuso is a do-it-all trail bike that uses an air-cooled, Asian-built, 230cc, four-stroke, two-valve, five-speed gearbox engine. For more info go to www.borile.it

                                  
AS WE RUSH TO THE FUTURE…LET’S STOP FOR A SECOND

This is the Mission RS electric street bike that claims 160hp horsepower, 120 foot-pounds of torque, a 200-mile range and a 150 mph top speed. The price tag? $59,999. We’ll take three, and throw in a Tesla while you’re at it.

                                  
TYLER BOWERS IS SITTING AT HOME WHILE EVERYONE ELSE IS RACING THE NATIONALS… SOMEONE GIVE THIS GUY A RIDE

                                  
NEWS FROM THE FRONT…OR THE BACK DEPENDING ON WHICH WAY YOU ARE FACING

Heart attack:
Doctor John Bodnar suffered some kind of coronary incident at Muddy Creek and was taken to the hospital. He will be fine, but we can’t imagine an AMA Nationals without Doc Bodnar.


Steering damper:
James Stewart mounted a steering damper to his RM-Z450 after Hangtown. Stewart thinks the Suzuki is unstable at speed. Call Sherlock Holmes ? Suzuki’s have always turned the best and shook the most.


Dean Wilson:
Bad news. Dean Wilson’s doctors says that his recent crash injured his oft-injured shoulder again. Dean will miss the rest of the 2013 AMA 450 Nationals.


Still missing: Not at Muddy Creek. Pro Circuit’s Adam Cianciarulo is still recovering from his bout with salmonella, while Geico’s Zach Bell reinjured his bad shoulder (after missing Colorado). Troy Lee’s Jessy Nelson is also on the disabled list with an elbow injury that has seen him miss the first three 250 Nationals.


KTM recall: Eleven 2013 KTM models are being recalled for a possible throttle cable malfunction. The bikes affected are 2013 KTM two-strokes and 2012 and 2013 Husaberg TE250 and TE300 models.The KTM models are the 85SX, 85SXS, 125SX, 150SX, 150XC, 200XC-W, 250SX, 25 XC, 250XC-W, 300XC and 300XC-W. To find out more go to www.ktm.com, then click on “Dealer & Service” and select “Service,” or at www.husaberg.com, click on “Dealers & Service,” then select “Service,” then click on “Service & Safety Check” for more information.


Josh Coppins: After winning the 2012 Australian National Motocross Championship last year, Josh Coppins retired and became a team manager for his own JCR Yamaha team. But, Josh has decided to race again. Coppins will race the Michael Godfrey Memorial Motocross in Waipara, New Zealand, this weekend because the team’s star rider, Billy Mackenzie, is not available. “This is definitely not a comeback,” said Coppins.


Blackwell & Hallman: Former motocross stars Torsten Hallman and Mark Blackwell will be recognized as AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Legends on Friday, Oct. 18, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Blackwell and Hallman were both inducted into the Hall of Fame back in 2000, but are being brought back as part of the AMA Legends Weekend. The Hall of Fame ceremony is moving to the Green Valley Ranch Resort this year.


Strange rumor: Among the weirdest rumors circulating the GP scene is that if Jeffrey Herkings moves up to the 450 class in 2014 (as the FIM rules require), KTM will placed him on the yet to be formed Husqvarna team to avoid conflicts with Antonio Cairoli’s separate KTM team. We don’t see this happening and KTM’s Pit Beier has already announced that Husqvarna would field a two-man team of up-and-coming riders in 2014?presumably in the 250 class. Herlings says that if he clinches the 250 World Championship early, he will move to the 450 class for the last few GPs.


Antonio Cairoli: Tony Cairoli says in “On-Track Off-Road” that he thinks the 250 class should be eliminated in favor of “one category for the best riders.” It’s no secret that Youthstream has trotted out the name “MXGP” to represent the one-class / one-moto concept. This is a retread of the GP’s previous one-moto format from years ago under Dorna, but this time they have incorporated the idea of only one class (on engines sizes that they are still arguing about). That might be the only way that Youthstream could come close to filling a starting line.


TV coverage: Everybody loves TV coverage. The fans get to see the races and the sponsors get TV exposure, but you know who loves TV the most? The promoters. Without TV coverage neither MX Sports nor Youthstream would be able to get big-buck series sponsors. By guaranteeing television time (even if the promoters have to buy the TV time), series’ sponsors are willing to fork over millions to the promoters ? money which is not shared with the riders or the National tracks. Without TV coverage, the series sponsorship money would be greatly reduced. Thus, the rush is to get on TV and that means advancing the hidden agenda of switching to a one-moto format (to better fit the TV time window). Don’t be fooled ? it is more about the cash than the sport.


Paris-Dakar news: Although it is not motocross news, it is big. Yamaha has signed the most successful Paris-Dakar Rally racer of the last decade?Cyrille Despres. Despres won the event in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2010 and 2013 for KTM?but has jumped ship to race a Yamaha YZ450F in 2014.


SoCal Vintage MX Classic: The SoCal Vintage MX Classic is coming to Barona Oaks MX Park on June 8. Come ride and hang out with Marty Smith, Mike Bell, Gary Jones, Darrell Schultz, Marty Tripes, Ron Lechien, Jim Gibson, Doug Dubach, Steve Stackable, Tommy Croft, Mike Beier, Bill Silverthorn, Gary Chaplin and many more. For more information go to www.SoCalMXClassic.com or call (619) 549-2997.


AMA Entry fee: There are 81 riders signed up in the 450 class for Muddy Creek and 80 riders in the 250 class. Each rider pays a $220 entry fee (plus a processing fee), the total dollar amount of the entry fees adds up to $35,450. In a nice move, $20 of each entry fee is donated to the Asterisk Medical facility (which comes to $3220).

                                 
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF BROC TICKLE


                                 

USED IT, ABUSED IT, TESTED IT: PRO CIRCUIT KTM 250SX EXHAUST PIPE

This pipes adds 7 horsepower to the 50-horsepower KTM 250SX. No, that doesn’t mean that it now makes 57 horsepower, but that it makes 7 more horses in places where it was weak. In stock trim, the KTM 250SX two-stroke makes the most horsepower of any 250cc two-stroke sold. It peaks out at 50 horsepower. If the KTM 250SX has a weak link, it is that the power doesn’t do much after its 8400 rpm peak. Bolting the Pro Circuit pipe onto the stock KTM 250SX adds a half horse at 8500 rpm, 5-1/4 horses at 9000 rpm and an amazing 7 horses more at 9500 rpm. That power makes an incredible bike even better by broadening out the two-stroke thrust.

VERDICT: The pipe was awesome, but just the Pro Circuit silencer had the ability to add two horses to the powerband from 8600 rpm to 10,000 rpm. $229.95 (pipe only), $119.95 (R304 silencer)?www.procircuit.com or (951) 738-8050.

                                  
THIS WEEK’S BIRTHDAYS: BRETT METCALFE HAS A YEAR ON KEN DE DYCKER

June 1…Tanel Leok 1985


June 2…Ray Sommo 1968


June 2…Steve Wise 1957
June 5…John Knowles
June 5…Paul Delaurier
June 6…Terry Baisley


June 6…Manuel Monni 1984
June 6…George Holland


June 6…Brett Metcalfe 1984
June 6…Tony Gardea


June 6…Ken DeDycker 1985

                                  

ASK THE MXPERTS: COULD WE SEE 400cc FOUR-STROKES REPLACE 450’S IN THE FUTURE?

Dear MXA,
    I read that Youthstream’s Giuseppe Luongo wants to change the displacement rules in motocross from 450cc to 400cc or less. He says that 450s are too fast and that the sport needs smaller engines. And that he wants to mandate slower engines. Is this going to happen?

No, it is not going to happen. The Big Four have no interest in producing another engine size in a down market. KTM was the only company that bit the bullet five years ago when the AMA’s Steve Whitelock and Luongo said they were going to lower the displacement to 350cc. Luongo points to the fact that Antonio Cairoli is winning the 450 GPs on a 350, and concludes from this that 450s are unnecessary. But of course that argument shoots holes in his contention that 450’s are too powerful and that 400cc bikes would be easier to ride. If the FIM 450 Champion is riding a 350, and most people doubt that Cairoli’s engine is 350cc, then it is obvious that Cairoli is going just as fast as the men who are on 450s?so where is the speed differential that Luongo says would exists with smaller displacements. Plus, even MXA has a hopped-up KTM 350SXF that produces more horsepower than any stock 450?it was just more expensive to get it that fast. As Luongo’s idol Bernie Ecclestone found out, when you handicap the speed of F1 cars, the engineers just make them go faster anyway?only it gets a lot more expensive. At last report, 450cc motocross bike come with throttles that allow them to be slowed down. The Japanese manufacturers use their 450 engines in quads, ATVs and UTV’s?so designing a 400cc engine for motocross, and for motocross alone, would be just another expense with no guarantee of success. Plus, if the AMA sticks with the 450cc class and the FIM goes to 400cc?then the factories would be making 400cc engines for the much smaller European market. The economies of scale don’t work with Luongo’s idea. It is dead on arrival. But Luongo has a new rule change every week?so, give it a couple days and he’ll drive another spike into the heart of GP racing

                                  
MEMORIES! ANCIENT ARTIFACTS OF THE WAY WE WERE


Do you remember the Alsport Steen X-100? It was part of the reason that offroad riding grew to over one million units sold back in the early 1970s. It was cheap, easy to ride and came with a bulletproof 100cc Hodaka engine. Or, you could get an 80cc Fuji engine version. It also came with a kit to make it street legal. Check out the leading link forks.

                                  
PHOTO OF THE DAY: FLIPPING HOUSES…WE MEAN HUSKYS

Nothing is as fun to ride as a 125cc two-stroke. Witness MXA’s Daryll Ecklund playing fast and loose with the laws of physics on our 2013 Husqvarna CR125. Later we would turn it into a CR144 and have Dennis Stapleton race it at the 2013 World Two-Stroke Championships. At the same race, Ecklund finished sixth in the 125 Pro class on a Yamaha YZ125.

                                  
USED IT ABUSED IT, TESTED IT: BOYESEN FLEX-GRIP SYSTEM

This is a very creative idea. The Boyesen Flex-Grip offers a small degree of give to the clutch side when hitting whoops, landing from big jumps or bouncing over berms. Unlike an immovable left grip, the Boyesen Flex-Grip allows a small amount of flex to lessen the force of impacts. It is like having a throttle on both sides. There is no doubt that the Boyesen Flex-Grip can lessen arm pump, decrease handlebar vibration at the rider’s hand and decrease microtrauma in the whoops. Those are good things. It does take some time to get used to, as many test riders reported that it gave them the sensation of a loose grip for the first few laps. Then, once they got used to it, they didn’t notice the movement. As an added plus, it comes in different levels of flex.

VERDICT: If you suffer from terminal arm pump, have a wrist injury or are looking to lessen your death grip on the bars, the Boyesen Flex-Grip is a worthwhile product. $39.95?(800) 441-1177 or www.boyesen.com.

                                  
AMA 450 NATIONAL POINTS STANDINGS

(after 3 of 12 races)
1. Ryan Villopoto…….143
2. Ryan Dungey……..133
3. Justin Barcia………114
4. James Stewart…….99
5. Trey Canard………..90
6. Mike Alessi………….85
7. Tyla Rattray…………59
8. Clement Desalle….58
9. Andrew Short………54
10. Ryan Sipes……….49
Other notables: 11. Broc Tickle (16); 12. KevinStrijbos (45); 13. Jake Weimer (44); 14. Phil Nicoletti (42); 15. Malcolm Stewart (37); 16. Weston Peick (36); 19.Chad Reed (25); 20. Justin Brayton (20).

                                         
AMA 250 NATIONAL POINTS STANDINGS

(after 3 of 12 races)
1. Ken Roczen…………..138
2. Eli Tomac………………132
3. Marvin Musquin……..116
4. Blake Baggett………..110
5. Zach Osborne…………96
6. Jason Anderson………77
7. Cooper Webb………….65
8. Kyle Cunningham…….62
9. Justin Bogle…………….61
10. Jeremy Martin………..61
Other notables: 11. Blake Wharton (57); 12. Martin Davalos (55); 13. Cole Seely (52); 14. Justin Hill (51); 15. Joey Savatgy (46); 16. Darryn Durham (26); 27. Kyle Peters (1).

                                                      
450 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS STANDINGS

(After 7 of 18 races)
1. Tony Cairoli…………………330
2. Gautier Paulin………………279
3. Clement Desalle…………..267
4. Ken De Dycker……………..245
5. Kevin Strijbos……………….220
6. Tommy Searle………………205
7. Max Nagl……………………..169
8. Rui Goncalves……………..148
9. Jeremy Van Horebeek…..138
10. David Philippaerts………..86
Other notables:
11.Joel Roelants (112); 12. Shaun Simpson (112); 13 Tanel Leok (108); 14. Evgeny Bobryshev (106).

                                                       
250 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS STANDINGS

(After 7 of 18 races)
1. Jeffrey Herlings…………347
2. Jordi Tixier……………….257
3. Jose Butron……………..178
4. Glenn Coldenhoff………183
5. Christophe Charlier……171
6. Dean Ferris………………152
7. Max Anstie……………….150
8. Jake Nicholls…………….129
9. Alessandro Lupino…….123
10. Mel Pocock…………….112
Other notables:
11. Petrar Petrov (114); 12. Dylan Ferrandis (105); 13. Romain Febvre (98); 14. Alex Tonkov (81).

                                  
ALL-JAPAN 450 NATIONAL POINTS STANDINGS

(After 4 of 9 rounds)
1. Ogata Makoto………159
2. Akira Narita………….156
3. Yohei Kojima………..156
4. Yu Hirata………………155
5. Yoshitaka Atsuta……136
6. Takase Tanaka………123
7. Takuya Mihara………105
8. Yoshiki Kitai…………..92
9. Yutaka Hoshino……..88
10. Yui Hoshino…………88

                                  
ALL-JAPAN 250 NATIONAL POINTS STANDINGS

(After 4 of 9 rounds)
1. Kei Yamamoto……….182
2. Jun’ya Takenaka…….165
3. Toshiki Tomita………..164
4. Shin’ichi Inoue……….136
5. Masami Tanaka………111
6. Jun Suda……………….102
7. Kouhei Ogawa………..80
8. Yusuke Kondoh……….80
9. Yusuke Watanabe……78
10. Ryo Satoh…………….71

                                                        
WORLD MX3 POINTS STANDINGS

(After 3 of 11 races)
1. Matthias Walkner……118
2. Klemen Gercar………112
3. Gert Krestinov……….103
4. Martin Michek………..103
5. Timur Muratov………..95
6. Ludvig Soderberg……67
7. Paulo Bertuzzo……….65
8. Christian Brockel…….60
9. Tomas Simko………….47
10. Mike Kras……………..45
Other notables:
11. Petr Michalec (45); 12. Filip Neugebauer (42); 13. Matevz Irt (41); 14. Ardo Kaurit (35); 15. Kasper Lynggaard (34); 16. Frantisek Smola (32).

                                  
450 AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS

(After 5 of 10 races)
1. Todd Waters………….332

2. Matt Moss……………..307
3. Billy Mackenzie……..289
4. Cody Cooper…………268
5. Lawson Bopping……266
6. Adam Monea…………232
7. Tye Simmonds………232
8. Jake Moss…………….230
9. Kirk Gibbs……………..230
10. Daniel McCoy………209
Other notables: 11. Jay Marmont (191); 12. Jacob Wright (176); 13. Sam Martin (166); 14. James Booth-Elliott (150); 15. Robbie Marshal (143).

                                                        
250 AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS

(After 5 of 10 races)
1. Luke Styke………….336
2. Luke Clout………….285
3. Josh Cachia………..279
4. Brock Winston…….258
5. Kale Makeham……255
6. Takeshi Katsuya…212
7. Geran Stapleton….208
8. Ryan Marmont……196
9. Dylan Long…………187
10. Kayne Lamont…..183
Other notables: 11. Matt Ryan (160); 12. Rhys Carter (159); 13. Wade Hunter (157); 14. Tristan Cachia (153); 15. Kieran Sheele (117).

                                                       
WORLD SIDECAR MOTOCROSS POINTS

(After 3 of 14 races)
1. Ben Adriaenssen / Ben van den Bogaart….130
2. Valentin Giraud / Nicolas Musset  ……………111
3. Janis Daiders / Lauris Daiders…………………109
4. Etienne Bax /Kaspars Stupelis…………………97
5. Jan Henrickx /Elvijs Mucenieks………………..75
6. Stuart Brown / Josh Chamberlain…………….69
7. Maris Rupeiks / Haralds Kurpnieks…………..68
8. Jan Visscher / Jeroen Visscher………………..66
9. Jason Van Daele / Tim Smeunix………………63
10. Henrik Soderqvist / Tim Gustavsson……….58

                                                            
WORLD WOMEN’S POINTS STANDINGS

(After 1 of 7 races)
1. Chiara Fontanesi…………50
2. Meghan Rutledge………..44
3. Natalie Kane……………….40
4. Steffi Laier………………….36
5. Larissa Papenmeier……..32
6. Jessica Moore…………….28
7. Nancy Van De Ven………27
8. Britt van der Wekken……26
9. Nicky van Wordragen…..24
10. Nina Klink…………………22

                          
                                  
WMX NATIONAL POINTS STANDINGS


(after 1 of 3 races)
1. Courtney Duncan……..50
2. Sayaka Kaneshiro…….42
3. Taylor Higgins………….36
4. Mackenzie Tricker…….35
5. Jacqueline Strong…….31
6. Alexah Pearson……….29
7. Mariana Balbi…………..28
8. Sara Pettersson……….25
9. Hailey Larson…………..23
10. Jessica Patterson……22
Other notables:
11. Brittany Marcotte (19); 12. Brownie Brown (18); Pinsey Palmer (17); 14. Shelby Ward (16); 15. Sade Allender (15); 16. Jessie Wharton (9).

                                  
CANADIAN 450 NATIONAL POINTS STANDINGS
(after 1 of 9 races)
1. Colton Facciotti…..50
2. Brett Metcalfe……..44
3. Bobby Kiniry……….35
4. Jeremy Medaglia…35
5. Tyler Medaglia…….34
6. Teddy Maier……….34
7. Gavin Gracyk……..28
8. Morgan Burger……25
9. Dylan Kaelin……….25
10. Brock Hoyer……..22

                                  
CANADIAN 250 NATIONAL POINTS STANDINGS
(after 1 of 9 races)
1. Austin Politelli……47
2. Kaven Benoit……..43
3. Brad Nauditt……….40
4. Topher Ingalls…….34
5. Josh Clark…………31
6. Richard Grey……..29
7. Jared Allison……..28
8. Nathan Bles……….27
9. Kyle Swanson……24
10. Parker Allison….20

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