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At the final round of the 15-round FIM World Motocross Championship, the Italian SIDI Grand Prix of Città di Faenza, two first-time champs were crowned. David Phillipaerts (Italy/Monster Yamaha) wrapped up the MX1 title, while Tyla Rattray (South Africa/Red Bull KTM) took the crown in the MX2 class.

KTM-mounted German, Max Nagl, took the win in the final MX1 GP, sweeping both motos. He was followed in the overall by Ken De Dycker (Belgium/Teka Suzuki), and Red Bull KTM’s Jonathan Barragan.

In the MX2 class, Great Britain’s Tommy Searle swept both of the motos aboard his Red Bull KTM, and he was followed home by teammate Tyla Rattray. Yet another KTM-mounted rider, Belgian Joel Roelants, scored his first podium.
Zach Osborne (USA/U Tag Yamaha) just missed grabbing a podium spot in the final GP.

Click the following link for more news from the final round of the 15-round FIM World Motocross Championship, the Italian SIDI Grand Prix of Città di Faenza.

Click the following link for a profile of the new FIM MX1 World Motocross Champion, David Phillipaerts.

Click the following link for a profile of the new FIM MX2 World Motocross Champion, Tyla Rattray.

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