MXGP of China - September 14-15

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9/11/2019 12:06 AM
Edited Date/Time: 9/13/2019 12:46 AM

The last hurdle of the season. Only thing on the line is the battle for 3rd in the MX2-championship between Geerts and Vialle, with a difference of 10 points, and for 3rd in the MXGP-championship between Paulin and Coldenhoff, with a difference of 11 points..

For the fifth time, a woman will line up in the MX2-class, being Larissa Papenmeier. After Stefy Bau (Italy 2005), Mariana Balbi (Brazil 2009), Livia Lancelot (Thailand 2014) and Chiara Fontanesi (Netherlands 2017), Papenmeier will race among the MX2 boys.

Timetable: http://docs.mxgp.com/tvinfo/2019_MXGP_of_China_Timetable.pdf

MXGP
4 Arnaud Tonus SUI FMS Yamaha Monster Energy Wilvo Yamaha
21 Gautier Paulin FRA MCM Yamaha Monster Energy Wilvo Yamaha
22 Kevin Strijbos BEL FMB Yamaha JWR Yamaha Racing
27 Arminas Jasikonis LTU LMSF Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing
41 Pauls Jonass LAT LaMSF Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing
59 Tianwei Peng CHN CMSA KTM
83 Nathan Renkens BEL FMB KTM Team Nr83
84 Jeffrey Herlings NED KNMV KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
89 Jeremy Van Horebeek BEL FMB Honda Team Honda SR Motoblouz
91 Jeremy Seewer SUI FMS Yamaha Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing
128 Ivo Monticelli ITA FMI KTM Standing Construct KTM
189 Brian Bogers NED KNMV Honda Team HRC
243 Tim Gajser SLO AMZS Honda Team HRC
244 Madjade Nakpane TOG IMI Yamaha
259 Glenn Coldenhoff NED KNMV KTM Standing Construct KTM
311 Chaiyan Romphan THA FMSCT Yamaha
531 Francesco Galligari ITA FMI Husqvarna
618 Jianhao Xu CHN CMSA Yamaha
727 Liansong Deng CHN CMSA KTM
911 Jordi Tixier FRA FFM KTM Team VHR KTM Racing

MX2
10 Calvin Vlaanderen NED KNMV Honda Team HRC
19 Thomas Kjær Olsen DEN DMU Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing
28 Tom Vialle FRA FFM KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
35 Mitchell Harrison USA AMA Kawasaki BUD Racing Kawasaki
39 Roan van de Moosdijk NED KNMV Kawasaki F&H Racing Team
42 Yongming Peng CHN CMSA Honda
43 Mitchell Evans AUS MA Honda Honda 114 Motorsports
56 Gustavo Pessoa BRA CBM Kawasaki Bike It DRT Kawasaki
57 Darian Sanayei USA ACU Kawasaki Bike It DRT Kawasaki
61 Jorge Prado ESP RFME KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
66 Iker Larrañaga ESP RFME KTM Marchetti Racing Team KTM
101 Zachary Pichon FRA FFM Honda Honda 114 Motorsports
102 Richard Šikyňa SVK SMF KTM JD Gunnex KTM Racing Team
121 Mattia Guadagnini ITA FMI Husqvarna Team Maddii Racing Husqvarna
161 Alvin Östlund SWE SVEMO Husqvarna REVO Husqvarna UK
181 Yang Pu CHN CMSA Yamaha
193 Jago Geerts BEL FMB Yamaha Monster Energy Kemea Yamaha
225 Brian Strubhart-Moreau FRA FFM Kawasaki BUD Racing Kawasaki
303 Alberto Forato ITA FMI Husqvarna Team Maddii Racing Husqvarna
317 Yuzhang Li CHN CMSA Yamaha
423 Larissa Papenmeier GER DMSB Yamaha MX Fonta Racing Syneco
495 Jia Li CHN CMSA Honda
519 Ke Wang CHN CMSA Yamaha
535 Hao Cheng CHN CMSA Honda
811 Adam Sterry GBR ACU Kawasaki F&H Racing Team
909 Bolin Hu CHN CMSA Honda
959 Maxime Renaux FRA FFM Yamaha Yamaha SM Action - M.C. Migliori

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9/11/2019 12:10 AM

Larissa will maul those chinese bois to death.

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9/11/2019 12:27 AM

Didn’t Fontanesi ride a MX2 race a couple of years ago? Valkenswaard maybe.

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9/11/2019 12:36 AM

No 23-year old rule for women then...

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9/11/2019 12:48 AM

The 3rd place in the MXGP is also still up for grabs. Only 11 points between Paulin and Coldenhoff. With Coldenhoff being that strong lately he could make up those points...

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9/11/2019 12:54 AM

Robgvx wrote:

No 23-year old rule for women then...

there wasn't the last time you complained about it, so at least they haven't changed the rules

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9/11/2019 1:19 AM

Bidirella wrote:

The 3rd place in the MXGP is also still up for grabs. Only 11 points between Paulin and Coldenhoff. With Coldenhoff being that strong lately he could make up those points...

Yeah Coldenhoff wasn't too happy that Herlings passed him in the last lap. Costed him a very valuable 3 points. Would be very sore if he ends up 2 or 3 point behind Paulin after this race...

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9/11/2019 1:27 AM

Bidirella wrote:

The 3rd place in the MXGP is also still up for grabs. Only 11 points between Paulin and Coldenhoff. With Coldenhoff being that strong lately he could make up those points...

Woops, offcourse! How could I forget that

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9/11/2019 2:32 AM
Edited Date/Time: 9/11/2019 4:03 AM

Bidirella wrote:

The 3rd place in the MXGP is also still up for grabs. Only 11 points between Paulin and Coldenhoff. With Coldenhoff being that strong lately he could make up those points...

CalimeroFan wrote:

Yeah Coldenhoff wasn't too happy that Herlings passed him in the last lap. Costed him a very valuable 3 points. Would be very sore if he ends up 2 or 3 point behind Paulin after this race...

Shouldn’t have left the door open then.

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9/11/2019 3:13 AM

Prado claims holeshot number 23 and 24, isn't seen again until the checkers.

Congrats to the kid for such a dominant season. But hopefully MX2 is a bit more interesting next year!

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9/11/2019 4:08 AM

maybe one day we will find a golden nugget in these countries where mx isn't popular...

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9/11/2019 4:11 AM

Wangben wrote:

maybe one day we will find a golden nugget in these countries where mx isn't popular...

Yet GB doesn’t get a GP next year but the commies will.

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9/11/2019 4:17 AM

Muscle-Milk-KTM wrote:

Yet GB doesn’t get a GP next year but the commies will.

You forgot the logistic obstacle that it is to get to GB as YS stated. And commies pay monnies even if the populus would starve to death.

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9/11/2019 4:36 AM

Wangben wrote:

maybe one day we will find a golden nugget in these countries where mx isn't popular...

Muscle-Milk-KTM wrote:

Yet GB doesn’t get a GP next year but the commies will.

All about the monnies.

Also, I´m not sure but I dont think MX is very popular in Argentina yet it is constantly one of the best tracks on the circuit every year

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9/11/2019 6:04 AM

Any photo's of the track yet?

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9/11/2019 10:46 AM

Robgvx wrote:

No 23-year old rule for women then...

ayearinmx wrote:

there wasn't the last time you complained about it, so at least they haven't changed the rules

Robs got a fair point though, hasn't he?

It's the sort of thing that a lawyer could have a field day with, when you think about it. It sure as hell is discrimination. Shit, litigation such as that, might just be the best chance of killing off the age 23 for 250s rule.

I was surprised to see that Larissa is 29.

Pity that Courtney Duncan isn't going to race it. But, it would be a hell of an (extra) expense for Steve Dixon.

Didn't Livia Lancelot also do Qatar, or was is someone else? Around about the time of the Super Final idiocy, I think.

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9/11/2019 11:01 AM

500guy wrote:

Any photo's of the track yet?

Ive been looking around but i cant find anything.

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9/11/2019 11:03 AM

22 riders in MXGP and 4 of them have no GP experience ( That I can find) probably be getting lapped after 2 laps.

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9/11/2019 1:43 PM

Prado in training on a 450 (pic IG) preparing for the last gp

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9/11/2019 8:55 PM

500guy wrote:

22 riders in MXGP and 4 of them have no GP experience ( That I can find) probably be getting lapped after 2 laps.


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9/11/2019 10:54 PM

Arofin wrote:

Prado in training on a 450 (pic IG) preparing for the last gp

wished he would race that 450 the last GP ...

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9/12/2019 12:50 AM

Bidirella wrote:

The 3rd place in the MXGP is also still up for grabs. Only 11 points between Paulin and Coldenhoff. With Coldenhoff being that strong lately he could make up those points...

CalimeroFan wrote:

Yeah Coldenhoff wasn't too happy that Herlings passed him in the last lap. Costed him a very valuable 3 points. Would be very sore if he ends up 2 or 3 point behind Paulin after this race...

Muscle-Milk-KTM wrote:

Shouldn’t have left the door open then.

Yeah that must be it. It cannot be that Herlings is just insane fast and and followed him on cruisecontrol till the last lap pass.
Like Cairoli, Gajser and all the others know, if you close the door, you can keep Herlings behind you very easy. He is not that good in finding other lines and doesn't have an insane cornerspeed at all. Dumb ass Coldenhoff should have just kept the door shut indeed.

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9/12/2019 1:02 AM

CalimeroFan wrote:

Yeah that must be it. It cannot be that Herlings is just insane fast and and followed him on cruisecontrol till the last lap pass.
Like Cairoli, Gajser and all the others know, if you close the door, you can keep Herlings behind you very easy. He is not that good in finding other lines and doesn't have an insane cornerspeed at all. Dumb ass Coldenhoff should have just kept the door shut indeed.

Considering Herlings was teeing that move up the lap before, I was surprised Coldenhoff went outside.

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9/12/2019 1:11 AM

Considering how fast Herlings was in that rhytm section, Coldenhoff had no chance.

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9/12/2019 1:13 AM

500guy wrote:

Any photo's of the track yet?


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9/12/2019 1:15 AM

500guy wrote:

Any photo's of the track yet?

Rudicross wrote:

I don’t think they will get any noise complaints.

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9/12/2019 1:35 AM

Muscle-Milk-KTM wrote:

Shouldn’t have left the door open then.

CalimeroFan wrote:

Yeah that must be it. It cannot be that Herlings is just insane fast and and followed him on cruisecontrol till the last lap pass.
Like Cairoli, Gajser and all the others know, if you close the door, you can keep Herlings behind you very easy. He is not that good in finding other lines and doesn't have an insane cornerspeed at all. Dumb ass Coldenhoff should have just kept the door shut indeed.

Muscle-Milk-KTM wrote:

Considering Herlings was teeing that move up the lap before, I was surprised Coldenhoff went outside.

I thought it looked like he made a mistake and missed the inside line and that is why he was forced outside and messed up the corner?

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9/12/2019 2:11 AM

500guy wrote:

Any photo's of the track yet?

Rudicross wrote:

What a shit hole again🤢🤢🤢 sad for the MXGP

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9/12/2019 2:39 AM

Motofinne wrote:

I thought it looked like he made a mistake and missed the inside line and that is why he was forced outside and messed up the corner?

Maybe yeah. I felt for Glen, to get passed with less than a lap to go must’ve been a bitter pill to swallow.

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9/12/2019 2:48 AM

Yep, and he might need those 3 points to take 3rd on the championship in the end...

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