SPANISH MOTOCROSS GRAND PRIX RESULTS: IT’S THOSE KTM GUYS AGAIN

June 19, 2011
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The Spanish Grand Prix was held at the La Baneza track. Max Nagl (2) gets the holeshot.
Photo: Ray Archer


Tony Cairoli pulled within one point of the 450 points lead. Photo: Ray Archer

RESULTS: SPANISH 450 GP

1. Antonio Cairoli (KTM)…2-1
2. David Philippaerts (Yam)…3-4
3. Steven Frossard (Yam)…1-9
4. Clement Desalle (Suz)…5-3
5. Max Nagl (KTM)…4-6
6. Tanel Leok (TM)…13-2
7. Jonathan Barragan (Kaw)…9-5
8. Evgeny Bobryshev (Hon)…8-7
9. Rui Goncalves (Hon)…7-10
10. Xavier Boog (Kaw)…10-8
11. Steve Ramon (Suz)…6-12
12. Ken De Dycker (Hon)…11-9
13. Anthony Boissiere (Yam)…14-13
14. Marcus Schiffer (Suz)…15-14
15. Carlos Campano (Yam)…18-15
16. Kevin Strijbos (Suz)…17-16
17. Davide Guarneri (Kaw)12-26
18. Gunther Schmidinger (Hon)…19-17
19. Shaun Simpson (Hon)…16-23
20. Ivo Steinbergs (Kaw)…22-18


Clement Desalle (25) and Tanel Leok (6) fly by the scoring tower on their way to fourth and sixth in the 450 class.


Yamaha put Steven Frossard (183) and David Philippaerts on the podium.

450 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS STANDINGS
1. Clement Desalle…285
2. Antonio Cairoli…284
3. Steven Frossard…250
4. Max Nagl…225
5. Evgeny Bobryshev…204
6. David Philippaerts…199
7. Rui Goncalves…192
8. Jonathan Barragan…164
9. Xavier Boog…161
10. Steve Ramon…149


Ken Roczen is back in the 250 class driver’s seat. Photo: Ray Archer


Zach Osborne (338) was 13th and Michael Leib was 17th at La Baneza.

RESULTS: SPANISH 250 GP
1. Ken Roczen (KTM)…1-1
2. Tommy Searle (Kaw)…2-2
3. Gautier Paulin (Yam)…4-3
4. Jeffrey Herlings (KTM)…3-4
5. Arnaud Tonus (Yam)…6-5
6. Nico Aubin (KTM)…5-8
7. Joel Roelants (KTM)…7-7
8. Glenn Coldenhoff (Yam)…9-9
9. Harri Kullas (Yam)…10-10
10. Nick Triest (KTM)…8-15
11. Jake Nicholls (KTM)…14-11
12. Alessandro Lupino (Hus)…13-12
13. Zach Osborne (Yam)…30-6
14. Mike Kras (Suz)…12-17
15. Jordi Tixier (KTM)…17-13
16. Steven Lenoir (Yam)…16-16
17. Jose Butron (KTM)…11-26
18. Michael Leib (Hus)…31-14
19. Petar Petrov (Yam)…15-21
20. Ludvig Soderberg (Kaw)…18-20


Ken Roczen wants to clinch the 250 World Championship so that he can move to America in 2012 (although he says he coming whether he wins or not). Photo: Ray Archer


Arnaud Tonus was fifth in Spain and is now sixth in 250 points.

250 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS STANDINGS
1. Ken Roczen…301
2. Jeffrey Herlings…295
3. Tommy Searle…268
4. Gautier Paulin…234
5. Zach Osborne…213
6. Arnaud Tonus…197
7. Max Anstie…167
8. Joel Roelants…166
9. Harri Kullas…164
10. Nicolas Aubin…151

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