GLOBAL SUPERCROSS REVIEW: ALESSI IN STUTTGART, BOPPING IN NEW SOUTH WALES, SOUBEYRAS IN MILAN & NOBODY IN GLASCOW


MIKE ALESSI WINS A SUPERCROSS IN STUTTGART, GERMANY

In an American sweep, Mike Alessi won both neights of racing at the German ADAC Supercross series. Alessi raced for Sturm Suzuki as a replacement rider for Cedric Soubeyras, who was committed elsewhere. American riders swept to the top three places on both nights.

RESULTS STUTTGART SUPERCROSS
Friday night:
1. Mike Alessi……………….Suz
2. Teddy Maier………………Hon
3. Matt Goerke………………Kaw
4. Daniel Siegl……………….Kaw
5. Mickael Musquin………..Hon
6. Florent Richer……………Kaw
7. Jason Thomas…………..Suz
8. Robert Kiniry……………..Hon
9. Filip Neugebauer……….Kaw
10. Davide Degli Esposti..Suz
11. Ben Evans………………Hon

Saturday night:
1. Mike Alessi……………….Suz
2. Vince Friese……………..Kaw
3. Jason Thomas…………..Suz    
2. Teddy Maier………………Hon
5. Fabien Izoird……………..Suz
6. Cole Siebler………………Hon    
7. Robert Kiniry……………..Hon
8. Cyrille Coulon……………Suz    
9. Gunter Schmidinger……Hon
10. Daniel Siegl……………..Kaw
11. Matt Goerke……………..Kaw

SOUBEYRAS WINS MILAN UEM EUROPEAN SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP

Cedric Soubeyras went 1-1 in Milan to win the Supercross race that was associated with the Milan EICMA motorcycle show. Soubeyras also clinched the almost meaningless UEM European Supercross title (with on round left to go in Genova). UEM stands for European Motorcycle Union. Soubeyras wanted to race in Stuttgart to face down the visiting Americans, but sponsor comittments sent him to Milan.

RESULTS: UEM MILAN SUPERCROSS
1. Cedric Soubeyras………….Hon
2. Matteo Bonini………………..Suz
3. Angelo Pellegrini…………..Suz
4. Christophe Martin………….Hon
5. Maxime Desprey…………..Yam
6. Cedric Mannevy…………….Suz
7. Jason Clermont…………….Hon
8. Mike Valade………………….Hon
9. Davide Turchet……………..Hon
10. Francesco Muratori……..Suz

LAWSON BOPPING WINS PENULTIMATE ROUND OF THE AUSSIE SUPERCROSS SERIES

With three ten-lap finals making up the program for the Maitland, New South Wales, round of the Australian Supercross series, Suzuki rider Lawson Bopping went 2-2-2 to take his first-ever Supercross win. Jay Marmont went 8-1-1 (and his efforts gave him the points lead with one race left). American Chris Blose was third with a 1-16-3.

In the 250 class, Matt Moss took the win with a 2-2-1 and with close competitor Brenden Harrison crashing out of the third moto, Moss takes a 22-point lead intot he final round next next week at Iswich, Queensland.

RESULTS: AUSTRALASIAN SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP: ROUND FOUR
450 Results:
1. Lawson Bopping…Suz
2. Jay Marmont………Yam
3. Chris Blose………..Kaw
4. Todd Waters………Hon
5. Dan Reardon……..KTM
6. Tye Simmonds…..KTM
7. Cody Mackie……..Hon
8. Daniel McCoy…….Suz
9. Billy Mackenzie….Kaw
10. Ryan Marmont…KTM

450 Points Standings:
1. Jay Marmont……….80
2. Tye Simmonds……75
3. Daniel McCoy……..72
4. Lawson Bopping….65
5. Billy Mackenzie……61
6. Todd Waters……….56
7. Dan Reardon………55
8. Ryan Marmont…….52
9. Chris Blose…………47
10. Michael Phillips…39

250 Results:
1. Matt Moss………………..KTM
2. Dean Ferris………………Kaw
3. Luke Arbon………………Yam
4. Gavin Faith………………Hon
5. Adam Monea……………Hon
6. Steven Clarke…………..Suz
7. Robbie Marshall………..KTM
8. Luke Styke………………Yam
9. Nicholas Sutherland….Suz
10. James Booth-Elliott….Hon

250 Points Standings:
1. Matt Moss……………93
2. Luke Styke…………..71
3. Brendan Harrison…70
4. Steven Clarke………68
5. Gavin Faith…………..67
6. Adam Monea………57
7. Dean Ferris…………52
8. Luke Arbon………….52
9. Robbie Marshall…..47
10. Kirk Gibbs………….37

GLASCOW SUPERCROSS CANCELED

The November 26 Glascow, Scotland, Supercross round of the British Championshipshas been canceled because of issues with local contractors (reportedly over the dirt). Fans who already bought tickets will get a full refund (as will the riders who signed up). The British Supercross Championship will now head to the Belfast on November 19 and then take a  two month break until the London race on January 14 and the Birmingham race on February 18. For info on the British Supercross Championships, go to www.fwsx.com

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