MXGP of Argentina: Entry Lists

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1/23/2018 4:32 AM
Edited Date/Time: 2/28/2018 2:04 AM

MXGP
7 Tanel Leok EST EMF Husqvarna A1M Husqvarna
12 Maximilian Nagl GER DMSB TM TM Racing Factory Team
17 José Butrón ESP RFME KTM Marchetti Racing Team KTM
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 MXGP
25 Clément Desalle BEL FMB Kawasaki Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team
27 Arminas Jasikonis LTU LMSF Honda Honda Redmoto
28 Jetro Salazar PER FPEM Honda
33 Julien Lieber BEL FMB Kawasaki Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team
40 Hernán Cabrera URU FUM Honda
55 Graeme Irwin IRL MCUI KTM Hitachi KTM UK
58 Nicolás Carranza ARG CAMOD Husqvarna
77 Alessandro Lupino ITA FMI Kawasaki Gebben V Venrooy Kawasaki
84 Jeffrey Herlings NED KNMV KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
89 Jeremy Van Horebeek BEL FMB Yamaha Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team
91 Jeremy Seewer SUI FMS Yamaha Wilvo Yamaha MXGP
93 Jonathan Bengtsson SWE SVEMO KTM Scandinavian Racing Sports
99 Max Anstie GBR ACU Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing
100 Tommy Searle GBR ACU Kawasaki Bike It DRT Kawasaki
128 Ivo Monticelli ITA FMI Yamaha iFly JK Racing
134 José Rodrigo Landa ARG CAMOD Yamaha
152 Petar Petrov BUL BMF Honda Honda Redmoto
171 Juan Pablo Luzzardi ARG CAMOD KTM
175 Víctor Garrido ARG CAMOD Yamaha
179 Joaquín Poli ARG CAMOD Honda
222 Antonio Cairoli ITA FMI KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
230 Hector Assunção BRA CBM Honda
259 Glenn Coldenhoff NED KNMV KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
461 Romain Febvre FRA FFM Yamaha Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team
733 Gaston Barreyra ARG CAMOD Kawasaki
777 Evgeny Bobryshev RUS MFR Suzuki BOS GP
901 Joaquín Fernández ARG CAMOD Suzuki
952 José Gerardo Felipe ARG CAMOD Kawasaki

MX2
1 Pauls Jonass LAT LaMSF KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
10 Calvin Vlaanderen RSA KNMV Honda Team HRC
14 Jed Beaton AUS MA Kawasaki F&H Racing Team
18 Vsevolod Brylyakov RUS MFR Yamaha Kemea Yamaha Yamalube Racing Team MX2
19 Thomas Kjær Olsen DEN DMU Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing
29 Henry Jacobi GER DMSB Husqvarna STC Racing Husqvarna
44 Morgan Lesiardo ITA FMI KTM Marchetti Racing Team KTM
46 Davy Pootjes NED KNMV KTM LRT KTM
56 Marshal Weltin USA AMA Honda Jumbo No Fear Vamo Honda Team
57 Darian Sanayei USA ACU Kawasaki Bike It DRT Kawasaki
61 Jorge Prado García ESP RFME KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
64 Thomas Covington USA MUL Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing
66 Iker Larrañaga ESP RFME Husqvarna 8Biano Racing Husqvarna
70 Rubén Fernández ESP RFME Kawasaki F&H Racing Team
95 Simone Furlotti ITA FMI Yamaha Yamaha SM Action - M.C. Migliori
96 Hunter Lawrence AUS MA Honda Honda 114 Motorsports
98 Bas Vaessen NED KNMV Honda Honda 114 Motorsports
118 Stephen Rubini FRA FFM KTM KTM Silver Action
122 Germán Bratschi URU FUM Husqvarna
133 Luciano Righi ARG CAMOD Husqvarna
155 Nicolás Mana ARG CAMOD KTM
161 Alvin Östlund SWE SVEMO Yamaha Yamaha SM Action - M.C. Migliori
172 Brent Van Doninck BEL FMB Husqvarna 8Biano Racing Husqvarna
193 Jago Geerts BEL FMB Yamaha Kemea Yamaha Yamalube Racing Team MX2
194 Javier Vásquez CHL FMC Honda
321 Samuele Bernardini ITA FMI TM TM Racing Factory Team
375 Julian Pablo Seibel ARG CAMOD Honda
426 Conrad Mewse GBR ACU KTM Hitachi KTM UK
747 Michele Cervellin ITA FMI Honda Team Martin Racing Honda
811 Adam Sterry GBR ACU Kawasaki F&H Racing Team
833 Lautaro Toro ARG CAMOD Kawasaki
891 Gustavo Souza BRA CBM Honda
919 Ben Watson GBR ACU Yamaha Kemea Yamaha Yamalube Racing Team MX2
934 Lucas Dunka BRA CBM Honda

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1/23/2018 4:37 AM

Looking forward to it . Go Covington smile

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1/23/2018 5:18 AM

Cool. Recently got my season pass for the stream thing, looking forward for the series to start again!

Throughout next month there is the Italian championship where probly allot of GP riders will be also:

04 Feb – Riola Sardo (OR)
11 Feb – Noto (SR)
18 Feb – Mantova

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1/23/2018 5:35 AM

Some other preseason races:

11 Feb – Hawkstone Park (GBR)
18 Feb – Lacapelle Marival (FRA)

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1/23/2018 5:51 AM

Can't wait for GP's to start! If you have access to Eurosport don't buy the MXGP pass as they will have it back on Eurosport this year.

Also Hawkstone International on the 11th Feb, few big names in the mx1 class; Graeme Irwin, Gautier Paulin, Jake Nicholls, Brad Anderson, Jeffrey Herlings, Max Anstie, Tommy Searle, Evgeny Bobryshev, Glenn Coldenhoff, Jordi Tixier, Petar Petrov, Arminas Jasikonis.

MX2 not as many big riders so i presume others will be at Noto; Thomas Kjer Olsen, Josiah Natzke, Pauls Jonass, Davy Pootjes, Martin Barr, Jago Geerts, Conrad Mewse, Adam Sterry, Ben Watson.

Will be interesting to see where people are at speed wise coming into this season

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1/23/2018 5:59 AM

I'm going to go balls deep following MXGP this year... The Patagonia GP track looks killer, and the fans down there seem very passionate!! I believe Argentina has a moto scene/culture that is alive and well (correct me if I'm wrong - would love to hear from anyone from or familiar with this region)

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Positively, absolutely 110% obsessed with anything MOTO.

1/23/2018 7:22 AM

DoubleA wrote:

Can't wait for GP's to start! If you have access to Eurosport don't buy the MXGP pass as they will have it back on Eurosport this year.

Also Hawkstone International on the 11th Feb, few big names in the mx1 class; Graeme Irwin, Gautier Paulin, Jake Nicholls, Brad Anderson, Jeffrey Herlings, Max Anstie, Tommy Searle, Evgeny Bobryshev, Glenn Coldenhoff, Jordi Tixier, Petar Petrov, Arminas Jasikonis.

MX2 not as many big riders so i presume others will be at Noto; Thomas Kjer Olsen, Josiah Natzke, Pauls Jonass, Davy Pootjes, Martin Barr, Jago Geerts, Conrad Mewse, Adam Sterry, Ben Watson.

Will be interesting to see where people are at speed wise coming into this season

Do Eurosport cover the EMX classes? No, so that's why I bought the pass. Plus if tennis or athletics runs over, it'll be scrapped.

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1/23/2018 7:30 AM

Muscle-Milk-KTM wrote:

Do Eurosport cover the EMX classes? No, so that's why I bought the pass. Plus if tennis or athletics runs over, it'll be scrapped.

Sure i read somewhere that they would have EMX on eurosport aswell could be wrong though. If tennis or whatever does clashes with it MX will just be pushed back an hour or so like how it use to do on motors tv i would presume. Just happy that we are able to watch it for a much cheaper price.

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1/23/2018 7:36 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/23/2018 7:37 AM

DoubleA wrote:

Can't wait for GP's to start! If you have access to Eurosport don't buy the MXGP pass as they will have it back on Eurosport this year.

Also Hawkstone International on the 11th Feb, few big names in the mx1 class; Graeme Irwin, Gautier Paulin, Jake Nicholls, Brad Anderson, Jeffrey Herlings, Max Anstie, Tommy Searle, Evgeny Bobryshev, Glenn Coldenhoff, Jordi Tixier, Petar Petrov, Arminas Jasikonis.

MX2 not as many big riders so i presume others will be at Noto; Thomas Kjer Olsen, Josiah Natzke, Pauls Jonass, Davy Pootjes, Martin Barr, Jago Geerts, Conrad Mewse, Adam Sterry, Ben Watson.

Will be interesting to see where people are at speed wise coming into this season

Muscle-Milk-KTM wrote:

Do Eurosport cover the EMX classes? No, so that's why I bought the pass. Plus if tennis or athletics runs over, it'll be scrapped.

DoubleA wrote:

Sure i read somewhere that they would have EMX on eurosport aswell could be wrong though. If tennis or whatever does clashes with it MX will just be pushed back an hour or so like how it use to do on motors tv i would presume. Just happy that we are able to watch it for a much cheaper price.

I bought the MXGP-pass too. Decent commentary, every single class in HD, qualifying races, studio show and the Motocross of Nations. No frustrations about commercials every 10 minutes or delayed (or even cancelled) broadcasts. Worth the money.

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1/23/2018 7:51 AM

DeStouwer wrote:

I bought the MXGP-pass too. Decent commentary, every single class in HD, qualifying races, studio show and the Motocross of Nations. No frustrations about commercials every 10 minutes or delayed (or even cancelled) broadcasts. Worth the money.

Only thing there you said would sway me to buy it would be Des Nations, rest of it am not too fusy really, mainly because I don't have the time to sit around all afternoon to watch everything from that GP although I would like to. Also that 10 min break allows me to get another few beers.

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1/23/2018 11:24 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/23/2018 12:13 PM

I count 34, five of whom are Argentine locals, which suggests that 29 riders come from properly financed professional teams. This is about how it should look. (Actually, I'd like to see 30 pros, and locals would have to meet some minimum lap-time threshold to qualify, but, whatever, this is close.)

I bring this up because the AMA die-hards (most people here) are always arguing that no-name privateers are essential to the sport, when I think the sport (if it wants to be taken seriously) should be gravitating in the other direction.


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F1. MotoGP. MXGP. Screw the rest.

1/23/2018 11:29 AM

Hope Nagl does well on the TM

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1/23/2018 11:38 AM

HuskyEd wrote:

Hope Nagl does well on the TM

i saw him ride in person a few weeks back at Lommel and he was flying! The Wilvo Yamaha boys where not able to follow. TM looked really good and powerfull. Looking forward how it turns out when the real racing starts..

He can be the Darkhose

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1/23/2018 11:41 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/23/2018 11:44 AM

Brownstone322 wrote:

I count 34, five of whom are Argentine locals, which suggests that 29 riders come from properly financed professional teams. This is about how it should look. (Actually, I'd like to see 30 pros, and locals would have to meet some minimum lap-time threshold to qualify, but, whatever, this is close.)

I bring this up because the AMA die-hards (most people here) are always arguing that no-name privateers are essential to the sport, when I think the sport (if it wants to be taken seriously) should be gravitating in the other direction.


I agree with you. I think the number 30 is fine. I'd like to hear someone argue why the 31-40 are important. For me as a fan, those riders give me nothing. That is maybe harsh but the truth.

There is no difference between 30 or 40 riders at a gate. I would rather had 30 good guys than 40 where the last 10 are far, far off the pace.

Anyways. 29 regulars is good and a few of the locals will be pretty good(at least they've been the other years).

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1/23/2018 12:27 PM

DoubleA wrote:

Can't wait for GP's to start! If you have access to Eurosport don't buy the MXGP pass as they will have it back on Eurosport this year.

Also Hawkstone International on the 11th Feb, few big names in the mx1 class; Graeme Irwin, Gautier Paulin, Jake Nicholls, Brad Anderson, Jeffrey Herlings, Max Anstie, Tommy Searle, Evgeny Bobryshev, Glenn Coldenhoff, Jordi Tixier, Petar Petrov, Arminas Jasikonis.

MX2 not as many big riders so i presume others will be at Noto; Thomas Kjer Olsen, Josiah Natzke, Pauls Jonass, Davy Pootjes, Martin Barr, Jago Geerts, Conrad Mewse, Adam Sterry, Ben Watson.

Will be interesting to see where people are at speed wise coming into this season

Remember you need Eurosport 2, this is paid channel.

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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

1/23/2018 1:31 PM

HuskyEd wrote:

Hope Nagl does well on the TM

His performances depend completely on the bike.
Other riders can make bikes work for them if they're not comfortable. Nagl seems to have never really been able to do that, he needs a bike that suits him to be fast.
If the TM suits him, he can beat anyone. As he showed in 2015 on the Husky

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1/23/2018 1:36 PM

With Suzuki World MXGP pulled out, what kinda performance can we expect from Bobryshev on a privately entered Suzuki? Must be a big step down from HRC.

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F1. MotoGP. MXGP. Screw the rest.

1/23/2018 4:27 PM

Can’t wait. Who else is on the H-Law wagon?Photo

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1/23/2018 6:11 PM
Edited Date/Time: 1/23/2018 6:12 PM

Didn’t Hunter Lawrence beat Osborne at the MXoN?

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F1. MotoGP. MXGP. Screw the rest.

1/23/2018 6:20 PM

JB479 wrote:

Can’t wait. Who else is on the H-Law wagon?Photo

Seewer moved up so yeah gotta root for someone new
Prado and Lawrence.
That MX2 season could actually be really good. We got a lot of guys with title hopes

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1/23/2018 7:50 PM

I already bought the TV pkg and my ticket to MXDN gunna be a goood yeeeaarrr

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1/23/2018 11:16 PM

David934 wrote:

Remember you need Eurosport 2, this is paid channel.

Eurosport is only £5 a month.

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1/23/2018 11:20 PM

Brownstone322 wrote:

With Suzuki World MXGP pulled out, what kinda performance can we expect from Bobryshev on a privately entered Suzuki? Must be a big step down from HRC.

Suzuki Europe are giving bobby parts which he needs and I am sure there is some left over from the MXGP team which he could borrow of them. So I wouldn’t think it was a huge step down but it definitely won’t be as good of a bike he was on at HRC. I am just happy that he was able to find a ride in MXGP.

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1/24/2018 12:02 AM

DoubleA wrote:

Eurosport is only £5 a month.

And the early bird offer for mxgptv was 99 so it isn't really that much more expensive. Plus this has every moto that is run all year live and on demand. I had MotorsTV and Eurosport back in the days and even if they were free I would still buy the package.

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1/24/2018 12:13 AM

Brownstone322 wrote:

I count 34, five of whom are Argentine locals, which suggests that 29 riders come from properly financed professional teams. This is about how it should look. (Actually, I'd like to see 30 pros, and locals would have to meet some minimum lap-time threshold to qualify, but, whatever, this is close.)

I bring this up because the AMA die-hards (most people here) are always arguing that no-name privateers are essential to the sport, when I think the sport (if it wants to be taken seriously) should be gravitating in the other direction.


Motofinne wrote:

I agree with you. I think the number 30 is fine. I'd like to hear someone argue why the 31-40 are important. For me as a fan, those riders give me nothing. That is maybe harsh but the truth.

There is no difference between 30 or 40 riders at a gate. I would rather had 30 good guys than 40 where the last 10 are far, far off the pace.

Anyways. 29 regulars is good and a few of the locals will be pretty good(at least they've been the other years).

29 regulars for overseas races is really good. Add a couple of teams that will only run the Euro rounds and the local heroes that show up at the different rounds and there will be full gates at every round. Full gates always look nicer and adds that little extra to the races and is way better for the spectators, but I agree that 30 guys would be enough tho, there was quite a bit of lappers getting in the way last year when there were 40 guys on the line.

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1/24/2018 12:21 AM

So, who do you guys have for the first win and who do you guys have for the title?

Podium Argentina:
MXGP
- Gajser
- Herlings
- Cairoli

MX2
- Jonass
- Lawrence
- Prado
(don't count out Covington and Olsen)

Title:
MXGP
- Herlings
- Cairoli
- Paulin

MX2
- Jonass
- Lawrence
- Olsen

Saw some really interesting video's of Mewse on his KTM last few weeks. Damn he is flying!

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1/24/2018 12:43 AM

HuskyEd wrote:

Hope Nagl does well on the TM

Bidirella wrote:

i saw him ride in person a few weeks back at Lommel and he was flying! The Wilvo Yamaha boys where not able to follow. TM looked really good and powerfull. Looking forward how it turns out when the real racing starts..

He can be the Darkhose

Hope this is true.

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1/24/2018 1:35 AM

RD1

450:
Gajser
Herlings
Cairoli

250:
Jonass
Lawrence
Covington

The whole series

450:
Herlings
Febvre
Cairoli

250:
Lawrence
Jonass
Olsen

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1/24/2018 2:10 AM

RD1.

450:
Herlings
Gajser
Van Horebeek

250:
Jonass
Olsen
Prado

Championship

450:
Cairoli
Gajser
Herlings

250:
Jonass
Olsen
Lawrence

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1/24/2018 3:10 AM

I see multiple top 3 for the championship in MX2 which include Lawrence but no Prado. I'm curious why.

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