We're here in Buchanan, Michigan for the 2018 Motocross of Nations! Will Team USA win on their home soil? Or will another nation establish dominance? We'll have to wait and see. Check back throughout the weekend for all of the practice, qualifying, and race results from RedBud. 

Race Day Results:

Overall Nations Results

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Overall MXGP Class Results

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Overall MX2 Class Results

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Overall OPEN Class Results

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Race 3 start.
Team The Netherlands went 1-2 in the final race of the weekend.
Gautier Paulin helped secure the overall win for Team France.
That's five MXoN victories in a row for Team France.

Race 3 (MXGP + OPEN) 

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Dylan Ferrandis scored a top 10 finish despite crashing in the second half of the race.
Justin Barcia was ninth.
Glenn Coldenhoff walked away with the race win.
Race 2 start.

Race 2 (MX2 + OPEN)

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Tommy Searle had a great race going until his bike let go towards the end.
Hunter Lawrence has been very impressive this weekend.
Jeffrey Herlings went down early. but he sliced back through the field for the win.
Race 1 start.

Race 1 (MXGP + MX2)

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B-Final

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Qualifying Time Sheets:

Eli Tomac suffered a DNF in the MXGP qualifying race.
Tony Cairoli walked away with the MXGP qualifying race win.
Dylan Ferrandis won the MX2 qualifying race after Aaron Plessinger crashed out of first place.
Jeffrey Herlings came back to third after crashing in the first turn of his qualifying race.

Nations Qualification (Top 19 Teams Qualify Straight into A Final)

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OPEN Qualifying Race

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MX2 Qualifying Race

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MXGP Qualifying Race

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OPEN Free Practice

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MX2 Free Practice

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MXGP Free Practice

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GD2 GD2 10/6/2018 8:40 AM

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+1 for wondering why ET3 didnt run the 2018 bike they already had dialed in for MX. That DNF and Plessinger's 3(?) crashes certainly didn't help. Herlings is fast, but the US had no shot after qualifying. Anyone know if there is a feed of the B Final? I was hoping to see a bit of Team Puerto Rico!

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It was cool seeing Glenn ride so good. I'm just strugglin to understand why Tomac rode the 2019 bike. Of course, I guess if he would have ridden the 2018 bike and finished in the same positions, I probably would have wondered why he didn't ride the 2019. Oh well, I'm just so bummed with the outcome, and trying to make some kind of sense of it all.

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Incase it rained. Which it did. The track would be so much worse right now if they hadn’t put more sand on it.

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I think the 2 months of hype before the race probably wasn’t great for the American guys. Plus Plessinger pretty much guaranteed a win at one of the press conferences. Should just keep quiet and let it all unfold on race day.

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