International MX this weekend: Mantova and Lacapelle Marival

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2/12/2018 7:03 AM
Edited Date/Time: 2/16/2018 12:04 AM

Last weekend with international races on February 18th, as the circus will take a week off before travelling to Argentina. In Italy there's the last round of the national championship at the former GP-track of Mantova.

Most known contenders:
MXGP
Leok
Nagl
Butrón
Jasikonis
Lupino
Van Horebeek
Cairoli
Febvre

MX2
Charboneau
Facchetti
Van de Moosdijk
Lesiardo
Pootjes
Larrañaga
Östlund
Van Doninck
Gole
Bernardini
Cervellin
Renaux

In France there's the international race of Lacapelle Marival, with a stacked field lining up:

MXGP
3 Nicolas Aubin FRA FFM Suzuki
4 Arnaud Tonus SUI FMS Yamaha Wilvo Yamaha Team MXGP
6 Benoît Paturel FRA FFM Honda
7 Corentin Dietz FRA FFM Yamaha
9 Ken De Dycker BEL FMB KTM
15 Kim Schäfer SUI FMS Kawasaki
21 Gautier Paulin FRA MCM Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing
22 Kevin Strijbos BEL FMB KTM Standing Construct KTM
24 Shaun Simpson GBR ACU Yamaha Wilvo Yamaha Team MXGP
25 Clément Desalle BEL FMB Kawasaki Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing
48 Juan Crós Cortes ESP RFME KTM
49 Francesc Mataró Vilar ESP RFME Kawasaki
66 Alain Schäfer SUI FMS Honda
71 Damon Graulus BEL FMB Suzuki
84 Jeffrey Herlings NED KNMV KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
91 Jeremy Seewer SUI FMS Yamaha Wilvo Yamaha Team MXGP
93 Jonathan Bengtsson SWE SVEMO KTM Scandinavian Racing Sports
99 Max Anstie GBR ACU Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing
121 Xavier Boog FRA FFM Honda Team Honda SR
141 Maxime Desprey FRA FFM Kawasaki Team Gebben V Venrooy Kawasaki
149 Vincent Seiler SUI FMS Yamaha
151 Harri Kullas EST EMF Husqvarna
197 Morgan Jacquelin FRA FFM Yamaha
259 Glenn Coldenhoff NED KNMV KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
619 Kevin Bonnesset FRA FFM Suzuki
737 Valentin Teillet FRA FFM KTM
738 Clément Caillat FRA FFM KTM
831 Brice Maylin FRA FFM Honda
912 Clément Duberos FRA FFM Suzuki
920 Ander Valentín ESP RFME Husqvarna 920 Fly Group Team

MX2
1 Pauls Jonass LAT LaMSF KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
4 Arnaud Aubin FRA FFM Suzuki
11 Mikkel Haarup DEN DMU Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing
12 Oriol Casas Cervera ESP RFME Honda
14 Jed Beaton AUS MA Kawasaki F&H Racing Team
17 Tino Basso FRA FFM Yamaha
18 Vsevolod Brylyakov RUS MFR Yamaha Kemea Yamaha Yamalube Racing
19 Thomas Kjær Olsen DEN DMU Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing
47 Dan Houzet FRA FFM KTM
51 Adrien Malaval FRA FFM Husqvarna Team DIGA Procross Husqvarna
64 Thomas Covington USA MUL Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing
70 Rubén Fernández ESP RFME Kawasaki F&H Racing Team
81 Brian Hsu GER DMSB Kawasaki BUD Racing Monster Energy Kawasaki
96 Hunter Lawrence AUS MA Honda 114 Motorsports Honda
98 Bas Vaessen NED KNMV Honda 114 Motorsports Honda
100 Scotty Verhaeghe FRA FFM KTM Team VHR
101 Zachary Pichon FRA FFM KTM KTM Rocket Junior
110 Alexis Verhaeghe FRA FFM KTM Team VHR
128 Tom Vialle FRA FFM Husqvarna
172 Mathys Boisramé FRA FFM Honda Team Honda SR
193 Jago Geerts BEL FMB Yamaha Kemea Yamaha Yamalube Racing
199 Lars Griekspoor NED KNMV KTM
225 Brian Moreau FRA FFM Kawasaki BUD Racing Monster Energy Kawasaki
338 David Herbreteau FRA FFM KTM Team VHR
371 Timothé Berry FRA FFM KTM
520 Jimmy Clochet FRA FFM Suzuki
720 Pierre Goupillon FRA FFM Kawasaki BUD Racing Monster Energy Kawasaki
751 Germain Jamet FRA FFM Yamaha
811 Adam Sterry GBR ACU Kawasaki F&H Racing Team
832 Bastîen Inghilleri FRA FFM Yamaha
919 Ben Watson GBR ACU Yamaha Kemea Yamaha Yamalube Racing
975 Julien Roussaly FRA FFM KTM
984 Fabien Leroy FRA FFM Suzuki

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2/12/2018 7:11 AM

Presuming the Italian race will be streamed? Any Idea if the French one will be?

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2/12/2018 9:31 AM

DoubleA wrote:

Presuming the Italian race will be streamed? Any Idea if the French one will be?

Yes, the Italian race in Mantova will be streamed, the link is the same as the last two races.
And Gajser should be in

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2/12/2018 1:08 PM

DoubleA wrote:

Presuming the Italian race will be streamed? Any Idea if the French one will be?

Usually the French internationals have live timing, at least Valence did. Maybe some more info during the week. Time schedule:

07:50 Practice 125cc group A 30 min
08:25 Free practice MX2 30 min
09:00 Free practice MX1 30 min
09:35 Practice 125cc group B 30 min
10:10 Start practice MX2 5 min
10:20 Time practice MX2 25 min
10:50 Start practice MX1 5 min
11:00 Time practice MX1 25 min
12:25 First race 125cc 20 min + 1 lap
12:55 Sighting lap MX2
13:04 First race MX2 20 min + 2 laps
13:36 Sighting lap MX1
13:45 First race MX1 20 min + 2 laps
14:32 Sighting lap MX2
14:41 Second race MX2 20 min + 2 laps
15:13 Sighting lap MX1
15:22 Second race MX1 20 min + 2 laps
15:54 First race 125cc 20 min + 1 lap
16:24 Podium 125cc
16:49 Sighting lap MX1-MX2
16:58 Super final MX1-MX2 20 min + 2 laps
17:35 Podium
17:55 Race for non-qualified 125cc 15 min + 1 lap

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2/12/2018 5:37 PM

DeStouwer wrote:

Last weekend with international races on February 18th, as the circus will take a week off before travelling to Argentina. In Italy there's the last round of the national championship at the former GP-track of Mantova.

Most known contenders:
MXGP
Leok
Nagl
Butrón
Jasikonis
Lupino
Van Horebeek
Cairoli
Febvre

MX2
Charboneau
Facchetti
Van de Moosdijk
Lesiardo
Pootjes
Larrañaga
Östlund
Van Doninck
Gole
Bernardini
Cervellin
Renaux

In France there's the international race of Lacapelle Marival, with a stacked field lining up:

MXGP
3 Nicolas Aubin FRA FFM Suzuki
4 Arnaud Tonus SUI FMS Yamaha Wilvo Yamaha Team MXGP
6 Benoît Paturel FRA FFM Honda
7 Corentin Dietz FRA FFM Yamaha
9 Ken De Dycker BEL FMB KTM
15 Kim Schäfer SUI FMS Kawasaki
21 Gautier Paulin FRA MCM Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing
22 Kevin Strijbos BEL FMB KTM Standing Construct KTM
24 Shaun Simpson GBR ACU Yamaha Wilvo Yamaha Team MXGP
25 Clément Desalle BEL FMB Kawasaki Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing
48 Juan Crós Cortes ESP RFME KTM
49 Francesc Mataró Vilar ESP RFME Kawasaki
66 Alain Schäfer SUI FMS Honda
71 Damon Graulus BEL FMB Suzuki
84 Jeffrey Herlings NED KNMV KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
91 Jeremy Seewer SUI FMS Yamaha Wilvo Yamaha Team MXGP
93 Jonathan Bengtsson SWE SVEMO KTM Scandinavian Racing Sports
99 Max Anstie GBR ACU Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing
121 Xavier Boog FRA FFM Honda Team Honda SR
141 Maxime Desprey FRA FFM Kawasaki Team Gebben V Venrooy Kawasaki
149 Vincent Seiler SUI FMS Yamaha
151 Harri Kullas EST EMF Husqvarna
197 Morgan Jacquelin FRA FFM Yamaha
259 Glenn Coldenhoff NED KNMV KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
619 Kevin Bonnesset FRA FFM Suzuki
737 Valentin Teillet FRA FFM KTM
738 Clément Caillat FRA FFM KTM
831 Brice Maylin FRA FFM Honda
912 Clément Duberos FRA FFM Suzuki
920 Ander Valentín ESP RFME Husqvarna 920 Fly Group Team

MX2
1 Pauls Jonass LAT LaMSF KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
4 Arnaud Aubin FRA FFM Suzuki
11 Mikkel Haarup DEN DMU Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing
12 Oriol Casas Cervera ESP RFME Honda
14 Jed Beaton AUS MA Kawasaki F&H Racing Team
17 Tino Basso FRA FFM Yamaha
18 Vsevolod Brylyakov RUS MFR Yamaha Kemea Yamaha Yamalube Racing
19 Thomas Kjær Olsen DEN DMU Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing
47 Dan Houzet FRA FFM KTM
51 Adrien Malaval FRA FFM Husqvarna Team DIGA Procross Husqvarna
64 Thomas Covington USA MUL Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing
70 Rubén Fernández ESP RFME Kawasaki F&H Racing Team
81 Brian Hsu GER DMSB Kawasaki BUD Racing Monster Energy Kawasaki
96 Hunter Lawrence AUS MA Honda 114 Motorsports Honda
98 Bas Vaessen NED KNMV Honda 114 Motorsports Honda
100 Scotty Verhaeghe FRA FFM KTM Team VHR
101 Zachary Pichon FRA FFM KTM KTM Rocket Junior
110 Alexis Verhaeghe FRA FFM KTM Team VHR
128 Tom Vialle FRA FFM Husqvarna
172 Mathys Boisramé FRA FFM Honda Team Honda SR
193 Jago Geerts BEL FMB Yamaha Kemea Yamaha Yamalube Racing
199 Lars Griekspoor NED KNMV KTM
225 Brian Moreau FRA FFM Kawasaki BUD Racing Monster Energy Kawasaki
338 David Herbreteau FRA FFM KTM Team VHR
371 Timothé Berry FRA FFM KTM
520 Jimmy Clochet FRA FFM Suzuki
720 Pierre Goupillon FRA FFM Kawasaki BUD Racing Monster Energy Kawasaki
751 Germain Jamet FRA FFM Yamaha
811 Adam Sterry GBR ACU Kawasaki F&H Racing Team
832 Bastîen Inghilleri FRA FFM Yamaha
919 Ben Watson GBR ACU Yamaha Kemea Yamaha Yamalube Racing
975 Julien Roussaly FRA FFM KTM
984 Fabien Leroy FRA FFM Suzuki

Has AC raced an international lead up event outside of Italy ?

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2/12/2018 5:41 PM

I thought gajser wanted to race mantova?
What about nagl? Last week he was a question mark for that race

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2/12/2018 5:51 PM

crusty_xx wrote:

I thought gajser wanted to race mantova?
What about nagl? Last week he was a question mark for that race

There’s something strange going on with Gasjer! I wonder if their hiding and injury?

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2/13/2018 1:16 AM

Richard Tease II wrote:

Has AC raced an international lead up event outside of Italy ?

No, and I don't see why he should do it different. Riola Sardo was deep sand, Noto was hard pack and Mantova is intermediate sand. He raced against KTM, Husqvarna and Yamaha factory riders and probably against Gajser next weekend. Great preparation imo. And the rounds in Italy are races for the National Championship on the islands of Sardinia and his home soil Sicily, and on the main land. He wants to be National Champion again and race for his own fans. Italian based teams race the National Championship of Italy, that's all. I see no reason - maybe except to please his non-Italian fans - why he should've raced in Hawkstone or France.

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2/13/2018 1:28 AM

Hopefully we’ll see some good battles like in 2016, that was a great day of racing

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2/13/2018 1:37 AM

I really hope we see 2016 Gasjer back this year.
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2/13/2018 3:59 AM

crusty_xx wrote:

I thought gajser wanted to race mantova?
What about nagl? Last week he was a question mark for that race

Gajser is going to race Mantova. He has a little different tactict this year (not as much pre season racing). If he's healthy heading to Argentina, he will win.

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2/13/2018 5:09 AM
Edited Date/Time: 2/13/2018 5:13 AM

Richard Tease II wrote:

Has AC raced an international lead up event outside of Italy ?

Antonio Cairoli has been in the position to do Exactly what he wants with His racing program for well over a decade now.

He can pick and choose his events, it seems. He's obviously negotiated contracts that suite Him well. Even with the Big Boys, like Red Bull and KTM itself.

He a Millionaire a fair few (= many) times over. I'd venture to think he's paid a salary and bonuses (not to mention what is probably substantial appearance money for this 3 round Italian International series) that people here, that think there's only money to be made in SX and MX in the USA, would be taken aback by.

I think his longevity in the sport is very much down to him being his own man, and guidance early in his career by Claudio that helped him with that.

He seems to be no slave to his sponsors, unlike what a fair few other riders seem to become.

Mind you, he does seem to take risks at times, participating in some big, 'during season' charity events. He doesn't wrap himself in cotton wool.

By the way - this Italian International Series is not the Italian Championships, in and of itself. There is a 7 (I think) round series that runs from March to September, that is the National series. I don't think AC has done that series , or even parts of it, for quite a few years now. A big part of this 3 round International Series IS the participation of Antonio Cairoli, as besides the GPs ( 3 this year!?) locals that don't travel, would rarely get to see him racing in person.

From what his Wife Jill said in an interview last year, just before their wedding, he puts a lot of his money into his family - he's a typical Italian in being very family oriented, and with both his Mum and Dad both gone, he takes care of his own.

The Man is something special - I really hope he gets his 10th World Championship, but it's going to be bloody hard work to get it.

I've got the feeling Tim Gajser is starting to do the same sort of thing - picking and choosing when and where he races, He's signed with Honda until at least 2020 / 21. Indeed, I'd say the top guys in GPs pick and choose what they do, besides their main task / job - that of competing in the World Championship.

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2/13/2018 6:28 AM

crusty_xx wrote:

I thought gajser wanted to race mantova?
What about nagl? Last week he was a question mark for that race

mxrudi wrote:

Gajser is going to race Mantova. He has a little different tactict this year (not as much pre season racing). If he's healthy heading to Argentina, he will win.

Yes, I think this year Gajser is hiding himself, and that makes me think he's confident.
Too bad the other big boys are in France, but I think we could see another great race between Gajser and Cairoli in Mantova like in 2016, put Febvre in the mix and it could be epic.

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2/13/2018 6:30 AM
Edited Date/Time: 2/13/2018 6:32 AM

DeStouwer wrote:

Last weekend with international races on February 18th, as the circus will take a week off before travelling to Argentina. In Italy there's the last round of the national championship at the former GP-track of Mantova.

Most known contenders:
MXGP
Leok
Nagl
Butrón
Jasikonis
Lupino
Van Horebeek
Cairoli
Febvre

MX2
Charboneau
Facchetti
Van de Moosdijk
Lesiardo
Pootjes
Larrañaga
Östlund
Van Doninck
Gole
Bernardini
Cervellin
Renaux

In France there's the international race of Lacapelle Marival, with a stacked field lining up:

MXGP
3 Nicolas Aubin FRA FFM Suzuki
4 Arnaud Tonus SUI FMS Yamaha Wilvo Yamaha Team MXGP
6 Benoît Paturel FRA FFM Honda
7 Corentin Dietz FRA FFM Yamaha
9 Ken De Dycker BEL FMB KTM
15 Kim Schäfer SUI FMS Kawasaki
21 Gautier Paulin FRA MCM Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing
22 Kevin Strijbos BEL FMB KTM Standing Construct KTM
24 Shaun Simpson GBR ACU Yamaha Wilvo Yamaha Team MXGP
25 Clément Desalle BEL FMB Kawasaki Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing
48 Juan Crós Cortes ESP RFME KTM
49 Francesc Mataró Vilar ESP RFME Kawasaki
66 Alain Schäfer SUI FMS Honda
71 Damon Graulus BEL FMB Suzuki
84 Jeffrey Herlings NED KNMV KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
91 Jeremy Seewer SUI FMS Yamaha Wilvo Yamaha Team MXGP
93 Jonathan Bengtsson SWE SVEMO KTM Scandinavian Racing Sports
99 Max Anstie GBR ACU Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing
121 Xavier Boog FRA FFM Honda Team Honda SR
141 Maxime Desprey FRA FFM Kawasaki Team Gebben V Venrooy Kawasaki
149 Vincent Seiler SUI FMS Yamaha
151 Harri Kullas EST EMF Husqvarna
197 Morgan Jacquelin FRA FFM Yamaha
259 Glenn Coldenhoff NED KNMV KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
619 Kevin Bonnesset FRA FFM Suzuki
737 Valentin Teillet FRA FFM KTM
738 Clément Caillat FRA FFM KTM
831 Brice Maylin FRA FFM Honda
912 Clément Duberos FRA FFM Suzuki
920 Ander Valentín ESP RFME Husqvarna 920 Fly Group Team

MX2
1 Pauls Jonass LAT LaMSF KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
4 Arnaud Aubin FRA FFM Suzuki
11 Mikkel Haarup DEN DMU Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing
12 Oriol Casas Cervera ESP RFME Honda
14 Jed Beaton AUS MA Kawasaki F&H Racing Team
17 Tino Basso FRA FFM Yamaha
18 Vsevolod Brylyakov RUS MFR Yamaha Kemea Yamaha Yamalube Racing
19 Thomas Kjær Olsen DEN DMU Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing
47 Dan Houzet FRA FFM KTM
51 Adrien Malaval FRA FFM Husqvarna Team DIGA Procross Husqvarna
64 Thomas Covington USA MUL Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing
70 Rubén Fernández ESP RFME Kawasaki F&H Racing Team
81 Brian Hsu GER DMSB Kawasaki BUD Racing Monster Energy Kawasaki
96 Hunter Lawrence AUS MA Honda 114 Motorsports Honda
98 Bas Vaessen NED KNMV Honda 114 Motorsports Honda
100 Scotty Verhaeghe FRA FFM KTM Team VHR
101 Zachary Pichon FRA FFM KTM KTM Rocket Junior
110 Alexis Verhaeghe FRA FFM KTM Team VHR
128 Tom Vialle FRA FFM Husqvarna
172 Mathys Boisramé FRA FFM Honda Team Honda SR
193 Jago Geerts BEL FMB Yamaha Kemea Yamaha Yamalube Racing
199 Lars Griekspoor NED KNMV KTM
225 Brian Moreau FRA FFM Kawasaki BUD Racing Monster Energy Kawasaki
338 David Herbreteau FRA FFM KTM Team VHR
371 Timothé Berry FRA FFM KTM
520 Jimmy Clochet FRA FFM Suzuki
720 Pierre Goupillon FRA FFM Kawasaki BUD Racing Monster Energy Kawasaki
751 Germain Jamet FRA FFM Yamaha
811 Adam Sterry GBR ACU Kawasaki F&H Racing Team
832 Bastîen Inghilleri FRA FFM Yamaha
919 Ben Watson GBR ACU Yamaha Kemea Yamaha Yamalube Racing
975 Julien Roussaly FRA FFM KTM
984 Fabien Leroy FRA FFM Suzuki

Richard Tease II wrote:

Has AC raced an international lead up event outside of Italy ?

Bearuno wrote:

Antonio Cairoli has been in the position to do Exactly what he wants with His racing program for well over a decade now.

He can pick and choose his events, it seems. He's obviously negotiated contracts that suite Him well. Even with the Big Boys, like Red Bull and KTM itself.

He a Millionaire a fair few (= many) times over. I'd venture to think he's paid a salary and bonuses (not to mention what is probably substantial appearance money for this 3 round Italian International series) that people here, that think there's only money to be made in SX and MX in the USA, would be taken aback by.

I think his longevity in the sport is very much down to him being his own man, and guidance early in his career by Claudio that helped him with that.

He seems to be no slave to his sponsors, unlike what a fair few other riders seem to become.

Mind you, he does seem to take risks at times, participating in some big, 'during season' charity events. He doesn't wrap himself in cotton wool.

By the way - this Italian International Series is not the Italian Championships, in and of itself. There is a 7 (I think) round series that runs from March to September, that is the National series. I don't think AC has done that series , or even parts of it, for quite a few years now. A big part of this 3 round International Series IS the participation of Antonio Cairoli, as besides the GPs ( 3 this year!?) locals that don't travel, would rarely get to see him racing in person.

From what his Wife Jill said in an interview last year, just before their wedding, he puts a lot of his money into his family - he's a typical Italian in being very family oriented, and with both his Mum and Dad both gone, he takes care of his own.

The Man is something special - I really hope he gets his 10th World Championship, but it's going to be bloody hard work to get it.

I've got the feeling Tim Gajser is starting to do the same sort of thing - picking and choosing when and where he races, He's signed with Honda until at least 2020 / 21. Indeed, I'd say the top guys in GPs pick and choose what they do, besides their main task / job - that of competing in the World Championship.

I do agree on every word.
Tony is now in a position where he can decide on and maybe even somehow manage whatever is happening around him, and whatever he decides has always been good for the sport.
Motocross in Italy has never been a mainstream sport, but in 2017 Tony came as a close second in our "sports award" to Gigi Buffon, the golakeeper of our national soccer team and before MotoGp racer Andrea Dovizioso, which is pretty incredible.

I would highly recommend you to watch "Tony Cairoli The Movie"

">here (it'a youtube link, so I'm pretty sure I'm not doing anything wrong).
I'm Italian so I'm a bit biased, but the guy is a real legend.
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2/13/2018 8:46 AM

crusty_xx wrote:

I thought gajser wanted to race mantova?
What about nagl? Last week he was a question mark for that race

mxrudi wrote:

Gajser is going to race Mantova. He has a little different tactict this year (not as much pre season racing). If he's healthy heading to Argentina, he will win.

Sounds good! I'll be there to cheer him on

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2/15/2018 1:43 AM

Strijbos is confirmed for Lacapelle. Hope he does well after his collarbone injury.

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2/15/2018 3:49 AM

Keeno not retiring???

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18 Yamaha YZ450F
94 Honda CR 500
90 Honda CR 500
81 Yamaha SR 500
68 BSA Thunderbolt
69 Triumph Tiger 100

2/15/2018 7:49 AM

David934 wrote:

Keeno not retiring???

Yes, from GP's. He just rides some internationals and in Belgium some amateur federation races, that's all.

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2/15/2018 11:44 PM

For unknown reasons Jordi Tixier will not participate in Lacapelle this weekend. Benoît Paturel will line up on a Honda 450.

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2/16/2018 12:01 AM

I'm excited to see how Moreau does in MX2 against top level competition. I have high expectations for this guy.

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2/16/2018 5:56 AM

DeStouwer wrote:

For unknown reasons Jordi Tixier will not participate in Lacapelle this weekend. Benoît Paturel will line up on a Honda 450.

I read has issue with his thumb and needs to have it checked out. Benoit on HRC?

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2/18/2018 4:50 AM

Bump



Just went live for some racing!
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2/18/2018 5:21 AM

Quali times from France

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2/18/2018 5:35 AM

Anyone know where i can find the timing for Lacapelle Marival?

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2/18/2018 5:36 AM

Mantova MX2 Results

450s starting in a bit!
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2/18/2018 5:48 AM

never mind i found moto one results from Lacapelle Marival!

MX2 Race One:

Pauls Jonass
Hunter Lawrence
Jed Beaton
Thomas Kjer Olsen
Adam Sterry
Ben Watson
Tom Vialle
Mathys Boisrame
Jimmy Clochet
Jago Geerts
Brian Hsu
Pierre Goupillon
Vsevolod Brylyakov
Mikkel Haarup
Arnaud Aubin
Julien Roussaly
Bas Vaessen
Dan Houzet
Zach Pichon
Calvin Fonveille
MX1 Race One:

Jeffrey Herlings
Shaun Simpson
Clement Desalle
Max Anstie
Jeremy Seewer
Benoit Paturel
Gautier Paulin
Maxime Desprey
Harri Kullas
Ander Valentin
Jeremy Delince
Ken De Dycker
Kevin Strijbos
Xavier Boog
Kevin Fors
Vincent Seiler
Damon Graulus
Francesco Mataro
Kevin Bonnesset
Yannick Fabre

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2/18/2018 5:51 AM

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2/18/2018 5:56 AM

Ac222 holeshot. Man he got his starts down...

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2/18/2018 5:56 AM

wow what a surprise ...holeshot Cairoli w00t w00t

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2/18/2018 6:01 AM

Anyone got live timing for Mantova?

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