MARVIN MUSQUIN WINS THE PARIS SUPERCROSS FOR THIRD TIME—KYLE PETERS TAKES THE 250 WIN
Marvin Musquin has a 2022 KTM contract for AMA Supercross only, but if he’s hot at the end of the Supercross series, we could see him at the Nationals.
For the third time in the history of the Paris Supercross, Marvin Musquin is the King of Paris as he won the event in front of 20000 fans who attend the event in the Paris la Defense Arena. The fans celebrate their heroes and bring their enthusiasm all day long, after missing the event last year. Marvin Musquin was unbeatable in Paris! He was the fastest rider during the Superpole session and dominated all three Supercross races to get his third win at Paris after winning in 2016 and 2017.
Justin Brayton holeshots one of the three 450 main with Marvin Musquin (25) and Tony Cairoli (222) on the inside and Chad Reed (22) and Gregory Aranda (20) on his outside.
Behind him there was a great battle for the second position between Cedric Soubeyras and Justin Brayton; both were tight in the points before the last race, as Justin went 2-3 and Cedric 3-2. They again battle all race long in the third heat, and the duel was in favor of Cedric as Justin made a mistake in the last lap; in fourth position Antonio Cairoli caught Justin and passed him, to end his Pro career on a race podium! Musquin, Soubeyras and Brayton, this is the SX1 podium of this 38th edition; unfortunately Romain Febvre had a big crash during the second race, while he was in second position.
Marvin Musquin (25) races by as Romain Febvre is carried off the track on a stretcher.
VIDEO OF FEBVRE’S CRASHhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Ux58vde5vM
The 450 podium—Musquin (center), Soubeyras (left) and Brayton (right).
In the 250 class American Kyle Peters also got a triple win; he is the new Prince of Paris. In his first ever Supercross, Maxime Renaux show how good he can be with a second overall; third went to Kevin Moranz.
PARIS SUPERCROSS: 450 CLASS RESULTS
Kyle Peters has made a career of winning American Arenacross races, so the smallish Paris layout was perfect for him in the 250 class.
Newly crowned 250 World Champion Maxime Renaux (959) and went on to get second overall in the 250 Paris race.
PARIS SUPERCROSS: 250 CLASS RESULTS