MXA WEEKEND NEWS ROUND-UP: MAKING HAY THE OLD FASHIONED WAY

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WHAT’S NEW AT THE 2017 MONSTER ENERGY CUP?

Ken Roczen looked like he was going to win last year’s Monster Cup, but something happened on his way to the million dollars.

(1) Three, 10-Lap Main Events, and any racer who wins all three Main Events takes home $1 million, the largest purse in motorcycle racing. If you don’t win all three motos, you just get $100,000.

(2) There is a split starting gate with 44 feet of separation between the two ends. There will be 11 racers on each side. Additionally, the starting gate will be elevated 12 feet in the air allowing for maximum speed heading into the first turn.

(3) The Joker Lane is the longest in Monster Cup history. This year, although longer than in the past, the Joker Lane is actually quicker than staying on the track. Every rider must take the Joke Lane once during the race.

(4) The 2017 Monster Energy Cup also features the Amateur All-Stars and Supermini racers in two, 6-Lap Main Events.

(5) There will be a Biggest Whip contest, which will serve as an X Games Qualifier, plus a Monster Energy head-to-head truck racing exhibition (Jeremy McGrath, Brian Deegan, Casey Currie and B.J. Baldwin are schedule to drive.

(6) The Monster Energy Cup will be broadcast live on Fox Sports 2 on Saturday, October 14 (6:30 p.m. Pacific time). Then, again on Sunday, October 15, on the Fox Network following that week’s NFL games.

Eli Tomac won the 2016 version of the Monster Cup.

PAST MONSTER CUP WINNERS (2011-2016)
2011…Ryan Villopoto
2012…Justin Barcia
2013…James Stewart
2014…Davi Millsaps
2015…Ken Roczen
2016…Eli Tomac
2017…???

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KEN ROCZEN’S 2016 MONSTER CUP CRASH

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THE WOMEN’S WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP IS CLOSEST EVER

Two-time Women’s World Champion Livia Lancelot says that she will retired after this weekend’s race.

Four riders will go into the final round of the 2017 Women’s World Motocross Championship this weekend separated by five points. Nancy Van De Ven won last week in Holland to take a 2 point lead over Courtney Duncan, 3 points ahead of Livia Lancelot and 5 points up on Kiara Fontanesi. Women’s racing, both in America and Europe had difficult times since their hey-day a few years ago. The Women’s GP series has been cut back to only 6 races, while the American version has become just another class at the big amateur events.

Perhaps the drama coming to France this weekend will boost their profile. Four riders from four countries, with seven titles between them, should attract some postive attention for women’s racing.

2017 WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS STANDINGS
(After 5 of 6 races)
1. Nancy Van De Ven…193
2. Courtney Duncan…191
3. Livia Lancelot…190
4. Kiara Fontanesi…188
5. Larissa Papenmeier…160
6. Amandine Verstappen,…151
7. Nicky van Wordragen…119
8. Shana van der Vlist…89
9. Francesca Nocera…80
10. Steffi Laier…72

Chiara Fontanesi, a four-time Champion (2012-2015) is the long-shot at 5 points out of the title—and 5 points is nothing in GP racing.

FIM WOMEN’S WORLD CHAMPIONS (2005-2017)
2005 …Stephanie Laier (KTM)
2006 …Katherine Prumm (Kaw)
2007 …Katherine Prumm (Kaw)
2008 …Livia Lancelot (Kaw)
2009 …Stephanie Laier (KTM)
2010 …Stephanie Laier (KTM)
2011 …Stephanie Laier (KTM)
2012 …Chiara Fontanesi (Yam)
2013 …Chiara Fontanesi (Yam)
2014 …Chiara Fontanesi (Yam)
2015 …Chiara Fontanesi (Yam)
2016 …Livia Lancelot (Kaw)
2016 …Courtney Duncan (Yam)
2017 …???

THIS WEEK’S BIRTHDAY BOYS: TREY CANARD IS 27 ON SUNDAY

 

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Sept. 15…DeWayne Jones 1950

Sept. 15…Rich Winkler
Sept. 15…Cliff Palmer 1971

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Sept. 16…Mark Barnett 1960

Trey_Canard_Honda_2015Sept. 17…Trey Canard 1990
Sept. 17…Danny Smith 1979
Sept. 17…Chad Johnson
Sept. 18…Juha Salminen

TARAHGEIGER
Sept. 18…Tarah Gieger 1985
Sept. 19…Chris Hultner
Sept. 19…Mike Taylor
Sept. 19…Billy Liles

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Sept. 20…Eddie Mulder 1943
Sept. 20…Dillan Epstein 1994

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JAGO GEERTS: THE MOST DANGEROUS FINISH LINE JUMP IN MOTOCROSS

A BIKE YOU’VE NEVER SEEN BEFORE: THE BANANA FRAME

You may not believe it, but in the 1960s the Czech-built, banana frame Jawa’s were the hot bikes, not only for motocross, but for offroad racing. Czechoslovakia was under communist control, but enjoyed the ability to sell Czech products beyond the Iron Curtain. Jawa and CZ were produced in the same factory.

MXA PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: A’ME FULL-WAFFLE CLAMP-ON GRIPS

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Clamp-on grips don’t need to glue or wire to hold them in place. They can be installed in minutes without waiting for grip glue to dry. Available only in a full-waffle pattern, the A’ME grips are perfectly matched in size on the left and right sides. The come in gray, red, blue and white.
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VERDICT: A’ME’s clamp-on grip system comes with a special throttle tube and five different throttle cable cams that slip onto the throttle tube’s notched wheel. These cams fit every brand, snap in place and are are interchangeable. The system is foolproof. One set of A’ME grips will fit virtually every bike and throttle design ever made.

DIGITS: $26.00—www.amegrips.com or (702) 835-0681.

MXA PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: REDLABEL “TOP MIDDLE” RIBBED SEAT COVER

RedLabel is proud to release their newly designed “Top Middle” Ribbed seat cover for motocross bikes. It has a unique style that allows you to further customize your motocross bike. The retail price is $79.00. But use coupon code “RedLabel -10-offF” to get a 10% discount on your first RedLabel custom seat cover. For more info go to www.RedLabel.mx

HONDA’S PROJECT 2&4 IS A TRICK TRACK CAR

sidewinderhondaThe Honda sidewinder track car is half car and half motorcycle.

Honda’s answer to track cars like the Ariel Atom and BAC Mono is the Project 2&4, which employs a motorcycle engine in a very lightweight chassis. Honda’s Project 2&4 is powered by the RC213V motorcycle engine. The engine is a 999 cc V-4 four-stroke unit that puts out 215 horsepower at 13,000 rpm. The transmission is provided by a six-speed DCT gearbox. Overall length is 119 inches, width is 71 inches and height is 39 inches. The weight of 890 pounds. It is styled to look like Honda’s classic RA272 Formula 1 car (which won the 1965 Mexican Grand Prix, driven by American Richie Ginther). The design is a sidewinder-style with the driver offset to the left in a sketchy looking position. It can carry a passenger by removing a cover on the right side of the body work. Project 2&4 was conceived by Honda’s motorcycle design studio in Asaka, Japan. It is unlikely that this car will ever see production.

MXA AD OF THE WEEK: “THE THING WITH TWO HEADS”

thing_with_two_headsThis schlock movie starred Ray Milland and Los Angeles Ram Rosey Grier.

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OVER-THE-HILL GANG SIERRA TWO-STROKE RACE ON SEPT. 17

At Riverfront MX Park this Sunday.

OVER-THE-HILL GANG 9-11 MEMORIAL RACE ON SEPTEMBER 17


The third annual 9-11 race will be held at LACR on Sunday, September 17 (because 9-11 is on a Monday this year).

2017 WORLD VET MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP ON NOVEMBER 4-5

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The Dubya USA-sponsored World Vet Championship will be held on November 4-5, 2017, at Glen Helen Raceway Park in SoCal. Pre-registration is already open. Click here to sign-up or see the available classes and age groups.

TAKE TO THE STREETS! 2017 ELSINORE GRAND PRIX ON NOV. 10-12

It will be held on Nov. 10-11-12. For more info go to www.elsinoregrandprix.com

THE PARIS SUPERCROSS ON NOVEMBER 18-19

parissxThe 2017 Paris Supercross will move to the brand new U-Arena in the Paris business district. The U-Arena seats 24,000 spectators and has a larger floor area than Lille or Bercy. The 2017 Paris Supercross will be held on November 18-19, 2017.

2017 THOR MINI OLYMPICS TO BE HELD SOMEWHERE ON NOV. 20-25

Most likely it will be back at Gatorback MX Park—for more information go to www.unlimitedsportsmx.com

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2017 MOTOCROSS SCHEDULES: WHAT’S LEFT TO SEE

With one GP to go, the attention willtrun to the MXDn, Straight Rhythm, Monster Cup, Australian Supercross Championship and the World Vet Championship.

2017 FIM MOTOCROSS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
Feb. 25…………………….Qatar (Saturday)
Mar. 5………………………Indonesia
Mar. 19…………………….Argentina
Apr. 2………………………Mexico
Apr. 16……………………..Italy
Apr. 23…………………….Holland
May 7………………………Latvia
May 21…………………….Germany
May 28…………………….France
June 11…………………….Russia
June 25……………………Italy
July 2……………………….Portugal
July 23……………………..Czech Republic
Aug. 6……………………..Belgium
Aug. 13…………………….Switzerland
Aug. 20…………………….Sweden
Sept. 3……………………..Jacksonville, FL
Sept. 10……………………Holland
Sept. 17…………………….France

2017 AUSTRALIAN SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
Sept. 23…………………..Jimboomba
Oct. 10……………………Bacchus Marsh
Oct. 17……………………Virginia
Nov. 11-12………………Qudos Bank Arena
Nov. 18………………….Jimboomba

2017 MOTOCROSS DES NATIONS
Oct. 1………………………Matterley Basin, Great Britain

2017 MONSTER ENERGY CUP
Oct. 14…………………….Las Vegas, NV

RED BULL STRAIGHT RHYTHM IV
Oct. 21………………….….Pomona, CA

2017 DUBYA WORLD VET MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
Nov. 4-5………………..….Glen Helen, CA

2017 THOR MINI OLYMPICS
Nov. 20-25……………….Gainesville, FL

2017 WORLD OFF ROAD CHAMPIONSHIP (WORCS)
Jan. 6-8…………………….Taft, CA
Jan. 27-29…………………Primm, NV
Feb. 17-19………………….Taft, CA
Mar. 10-12…………………Lake Havasu, AZ
Apr. 1-2…………………….Las Vegas, NV
Apr. 21-23…………………Hurricane, UT
May. 19-21…………………Cedar City, UT
Jun. 16-17…………………Glen Helen, CA
Sept. 8-10…………………Glen Helen, CA
Oct. 6-8…………………….Adelanta, CA

2017 ADAC GERMAN MASTERS CHAMPIONSHIP
Apr. 9……………………….Muhlberg
Apr. 30…………………….Jauer
May 14…………………….Molln
June 18……………………Bielstein
July 16…………………….Tensfeld
Aug. 27……………………Gaildorf
Sept. 24…………………..Holzgerlingen

2017 AMA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
May 20……………………Hangtown, CA
May 27.…………………..Glen Helen, CA
June 3..………………….Thunder Valley, CO
June 17..…………………Mt Morris, PA
June 24.………………….Muddy Creek, TN
July 1.…………………….Red Bud, MI
July 8..……………………Southwick, MA​
July 22.…………………..Millville, MN​
July 29.…………………..Washougal, WA
Aug. 12..………………….Unadilla, NY​
Aug. 19..………………….Budds Creek, MD​
Aug. 26.…………………..Crawfordsville, IN

2017 AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
Jan. 7…………………………Anaheim, CA
Jan. 14………………………San Diego, CA
Jan. 21………………………Anaheim, CA
Jan. 28………………………Glendale, AZ
Feb. 4……………………….Oakland, CA
Feb. 11………………………Arlington, TX
Feb. 18………………………Minneapolis, MN
Feb. 25………………………Atlanta, GA
Mar. 4………………………Toronto, ON
Mar. 11………………………Daytona, FL
Mar. 18………………………Indianapolis, IN
Mar. 25………………………Detroit, MI
Apr. 1…………………………St. Louis, MO
Apr. 8………………………..Seattle, WA
Apr. 22……………………….Salt Lake City, UT
Apr. 29……………………….New York, NY
May 6………………………….Las Vegas, NV

2017 AMSOIL ARENACROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
Jan. 7-8…………………….Cincinnati, OH
Jan. 13-15…………………Grand Rapids, MI
Jan. 20-22…………………Baltimore, MD
Jan. 28-29…………………Nashville, TN.
Feb. 4-5…………………….Louisville, KY
Feb. 18-19…………………Kansas City, MO
Feb.y 25-26……………….Tampa, FL
Mar. 3-5…………………….Southaven, MS
Mar. 11-12…………………New Orleans, LA
Mar. 18-19…………………Portland, OR
Mar. 24-26…………………Reno, NV
April 1-2…………………….Sacramento, CA
April 21-23…………………Denver, CO
May 5-7…………………….Las Vegas, NV

2017 MAXXIS BRITISH NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
Apr. 9………………………Lyng
Apr. 30…………………….Canada Heights
May 14……………………Hawkstone Park
June 18……………………Desertmartin
July 9………………………Sherwood
July 16…………………….Blaxhall
July 30…………………….Preston Docks
Aug 27……………………..Foxhill

2017 BELGIAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
Mar. 12……………………Moerbeke-Waas
Mar. 26……………………Kruishoutem
Apr. 2……………………..Genk
Apr 10…………………….Mons
Apr. 18……………………Axel
Apr. 30……………………Wuustwezel
June 11…………………..Comines
June 18………………….Genk
July 22……………………Axel
July 23…………………..Hasselt
July 30…………………..Gooik
Aug. 13…………………..Balen
Aug. 20………………….Wachtebeke
Aug. 27………………….Orp le Grand

2017 ITALIAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
Jan. 29…………..………..Riola Sardo
Feb. 5………………………Malagrotta
Feb.12………………..……Ottobiano

RICKY CARMICHAEL AMATEUR DAYTONA SUPERCROSS
Mar. 12-13…………….Daytona, FL

MTA WORLD TWO-STROKE CHAMPIONSHIP
Apr. 15…………………..Glen Helen, CA

2017 TRAVIS PASTRANA’S NITRO WORLD GAMES
June 24……………….Salt Lake City, UT

2017 DUTCH NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
Mar. 26…………………..Oss
Apr. 9th…………………..Harfsen
May 14……………………Emmen
July 15-16……………….Lichtenvoorde

2017 WOMEN’S MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
Mar. 13…………………….Daytona Beach, FL
Mar. 25……………………Wortham, TX
Apr. 9………………………San Diego, CA
May 5………………………Las Vegas, NV
May 18-19………………..Hangtown, CA
June 2…………………….Thunder Valley, CO
June 16……………………Mt. Morris, PA
Aug. 5……………………..Hurricane Mills, TN

2017 AMA LORETTA LYNN AMATEUR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
July 31-Aug. 5……..……Hurricane Mills, TN

2017 CANADIAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
June 4……………………Whispering Pines, BC
June 11………………….Blackwater, BC
June 18………………….Wild Rose, AB
June 25………………….Moto Valley, SK
July 9…………………….Gopher Dunes, ON
July 16…………………..du-Bon-Conseil, QC
July 23…………………..Pleasant Valley, NS
July 30…………………..Riverglade, NB
Aug. 6…………………….Deschambault, QC
Aug. 13……………….….RJ Motosport, ON

2017 AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
April 2……………………..Wonthaggi, Victoria
April 23…………………..Appin, New South Wales
May 7……………………..Connondale, Queensland
May 21……………………Horsham, Victoria
May 28……………………Murray Bridge, South Australia
July 2……………………..Nowra, New South Wales
July 16……………………Shepparton, Victoria
July 30……………………Port Macquarie, New South Wales
Aug. 13…………………..Toowooba, Queensland
Aug. 20……………………Coolum, Queensland

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2017 GRAND PRIX WINNERS HEADING TO THE FINAL ROUND

 Jorge Prado won his third 250 GP of 2017 in the sand at Assen.

Date                   Venue                                     450                                 250
Feb. 25………..Qatar…………….Tony Cairoli…………..Pauls Jonass
Mar. 5…………Indonesia………Shaun Simpson………Jeremy Seewer
Mar. 19……….Argentina……….Tim Gajser…………….Pauls Jonass
Apr. 2…………Mexico……………Tim Gajser…………….Thomas Covington
Apr. 16………..Italy………………Tony Cairoli…………..Jorge Prado
Apr. 23……….Holland………….Gautier Paulin………..Pauls Jonass
May 7………….Latvia…………….Jeffrey Herlings……..Thomas Kjer Olsen
May 21……….Germany…………Tony Cairoli……………Jeremy Seewer
May 28……….France……………Clement Desalle………Pauls Jonass
June 11……….Russia……………Clement Desalle………Pauls Jonass
June 25……….Italy………………Tony Cairoli……………Jeremy Seewer
July 2…………Portugal………….Tony Cairoli……………Jeremy Seewer
July 23……….Czech Republic…Tony Cairoli……………Pauls Jonass
Aug. 6…………Belgium………….Jeffrey Herlings………Jorge Prado
Aug. 13……….Switzerland……..Jeffrey Herlings………Benoit Paturel
Aug. 20……….Sweden…………..Tim Gajser……………..Jeremy Seewer
Sept. 3………….USA………………Jeffrey Herligs………..R.J. Hampshire
Sept. 10………..Holland…………Jeffrey Herlings………Jorge Prado
Sept. 17………..France
450 World Champion…Tony Cairoli (KTM)
250 points leader…Pauls Jonass (KTM)

GP POINTS STANDINGS WITH ONE ROUND TO GO

Tony CairoliTony shocked the GP world by coming back from two bad years to clinch the 2017 FIM 450 World Championship with one race to go.

FIM 250 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS
(After 18 of 19 Rounds)
1. Pauls Jonass…735
2. Jeremy Seewer…6946
3. Thomas Kjer Olsen..556
4. Benoit Paturel…504
5. Thomas Covington…485
5. Julien Lieber…475
7. Jorge Prado…439
8. Brian Bogers…386
9. Hunter Lawrence…352
10. Brent Van Doninck…309

FIM 450 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS
(After 18 of 19 Rounds)
1. Tony Cairoli…710
2. Jeffrey Herlings…627
4. Gautier Paulin…571
3. Clement Desalle…544
5. Tim Gajser…485
6. Romain Febvre…479
7. Max Nagl…423
8. Jeremy Van Horebeek…416
9. Glenn Coldenhoff…398
10. Max Anstie…396

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2017 MOTOCROSS DES NATIONS TEAMS FOR OCT. 1

USA
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Cole Seely
Zach Osborne (250)
Thomas Covington

ARGENTINA:

Joaquim Polo
Juan Pablo Luzzardi (250)
Jose Felipe

AUSTRALIA:
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Kirk Gibbs
Hunter Lawrence (250)
Dean Ferris

BELGIUM:
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Kevin Strijbos
Julien Lieber (250)
Jeremy Van Horebeek

BRAZIL:
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Marcello Lima
Fabinho Santos (250)
Eduardo Lima

CANADA:

Colton Facciotti
Shawn Maffenbeier (250)
Tyler Medaglia

CROATIA
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Janko Martinac
Luka Crnkovic (250)
Mattja Kelava

CZECH REPUBLIC:
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Filip Neugebauer
Petr Smitka (250)
Jaromír Romancík

DENMARK
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Nikolaj Larsen
Thomas Kjer Olsen (250)
Stefan Kjer Olsen

ESTONIA
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Priit Ratsep
Harri Kulla (250)
Tanel Leok

FINLAND
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Juuso Matikainen
Kim Savaste (250)
Jere Haavisto

FRANCE:
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Gautier Paulin
Christophe Charlier (250)
Romain Febvre

GREAT BRITAIN:
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Dean Wilson
Tommy Searle (250)
Max Anstie

GERMANY:
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Max Nagl
Henry Jacobi (25)
Dennis Ullrich

GREECE
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Georgios Iliopoulos
Ioannis Touratzidis (250)
Emmanouli Kritikos

HOLLAND
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Jeffrey Herlings
Brian Bogers (250)
Glenn Coldenhoff

HUNGARY:
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Mark Szoke
Krisztian Tompa (250)
Gabor Firtosvari

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Bjorn Birgisson
Andri Gudmundsson (250)
Eythor Reynisson

IRAN:

Amirreza Sabetifar
Ali Borzoozadeh (250)
Ali Parvareshbaldi

IRELAND:
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Graeme Irwin
Martin Barr (250)
Stuart Edmonds

ISRAEL
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Tomer Harel
Dan Maya (250)
Ziv Karmi

ITALY:
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Tony Cairoli
Michele Cervellin (250)
Alessandro Lupino

JAPAN:
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Makoto Ogata
Yohei Kojima (250)
Toshiki Tomita

LATVIA
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Toms Macuks
Karlis Sabulis (250)
Davis Ivanovs

LITHUANIA
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Arminas Jasikonis (injured  at Assen)
Dovydas Karka (250)
Arnas Milevicius

LUXEMBOURG
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Eric Tabouraing
Billy Lux (250)
Bjorn Frank

NEW ZEALAND:
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Cody Cooper
Josiah Natzke (250)
Hamish Harwood

NORWAY
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Hakan Mindreboe
Kevin Horgmo (250)
Magne Klingsheim

POLAND
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Tomasz Wysocki
Gabriel Chetnicki (250)
Szymon Staszkjiewicz

PORTUGAL
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Rui Goncalves
Paulo Alberto (250)
Hugo Basula

PUERTO RICO:
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Justin Starling
Darian Sanayei (250)
Marshal Weltin

RUSSIA
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Evgeny Bobryshev
Semen Rogozin (250)
Evgeny Mikhaylov

SLOVAKIA
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Toma Simko
Richard Sikyna (250)
Tomas Kohut

SLOVENIA
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Tim Gajser
Jan Pancar (250)
Jernej Irt

SPAIN:
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Jose Butron
Jorge Prado (250)
Iker Olano

SOUTH AFRICA
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Ricjard Van Der Westhuizen
Kerim Fitz-Gerald (250)
Neville Bradshaw

SWEDEN:
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Filip Bengtsson
Alvin Ostlund (250)
Fredrik Noren

SWITZERLAND:

Arnaud Tonus
Valentin Guillod (250)
Jeremy Seewer

THAILAND
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Prasit Hallgren
Kritsapa Potaton (250)
Chaiyan Romphan

UKRAINE
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Dmytri Asmanov
Voldodymyr Tarasov
Roman Morozov

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2018 MOTOCROSS RACE SCHEDULES

anaheimstadium9The 2018 Supercross schedule has some surprises. There are only two Anaheim events. Detroit, Toronto and New Jersey are gone. Houston, Boston, Atlanta and Tampa are back.

2018 AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
Jan. 6……………………..…Anaheim, CA
Jan. 13………………………Houston, TX
Jan. 20………………………Anaheim, CA
Jan. 27………………………Glendale, AZ
Feb. 3……………………..…Oakland, CA
Feb. 10………………………San Diego, CA
Feb. 17………………………Arlington, TX
Feb. 24………………………Tampa, FL
Mar. 3……………………..…Atlanta, GA
Mar. 10………………………Daytona, FL
Mar. 17………………………St. Louis, MO
Mar. 24………………………Indianapolis, IN
Apr. 7……………………..…Seattle, WA
Apr. 14………………………Minneapolis, MN
Apr. 21………………………Foxborough, MA
Apr. 28………………………Salt Lake City, UT
May 5…………………….…Las Vegas, NV

2018 FIM MOTOCROSS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
Mar. 4……………………….Argentina
Mar. 25……………………..Spain
Apr. 8………………………..Italy 1
Apr. 15………………………Holland 1
Apr. 29………………………Russia
May 13………………………Latvia
May 20………………………Germany
June 3……………………….England
June 10……………………..France
June 24……………………..Italy 2
July 8………………………..Indonesia
July 22………………………Czech Republic
Aug. 5……………………….Belgium
Aug. 12……………………..Switzerland
Aug. 19……………………..Sweden
Sept. 2………………………USA
Sept. 9………………………Mexico
Sept. 23…………………….Holland 2
Sept. 30…………………….Italy 3

2018 MOTOCROSS DES NATIONS
Oct. 7………………………USA

2018 BRITISH ARENACROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
Jan. 6…………………….Manchester
Jan. 13……………………Newcastle
Jan. 20…………………..Birmingham
Jan. 26-27………………Belfast
Feb. 10……………………Sheffield
Feb. 17……………………London

2018 WORLD OFFROAD CHAMPIONSHIP (WORCS)
Feb. 2-4…………………Las Vegas, NV
Feb. 23-25……………..Phoenix, AZ
Mar. 23-24……………..Lake Havasu, AZ
Apr. 20-22……………..Hurricane, UT
May 25-27………………Cedar City, UT
Sept. 14-16………………Glen Helen, CA
Oct. 19-21…………….…Adelanto, CA
Nov. 9-11………………..Primm, NV

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Photos: Scott Mallonee, Massimo Zanzani, KTM, Husqvarna, Dan Alamangos, Daryl Ecklund, John Basher, Brian Converse, MXA, Jody Weisel

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