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8/23/2017 6:56 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/31/2017 7:26 AM

MXGP

2 Cooper Webb USA AMA Yamaha Monster Energy 360FLY Chaparral Yamaha
3 Eli Tomac USA AMA Kawasaki Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing
7 Tanel Leok EST EMF Husqvarna 8Biano Racing Husqvarna
12 Maximilian Nagl GER DMSB Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory
21 Gautier Paulin FRA MCM Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory
22 Kevin Strijbos BEL FMB Suzuki Team Suzuki World MXGP
24 Shaun Simpson GBR ACU Yamaha Wilvo Yamaha MXGP
25 Clément Desalle BEL FMB Kawasaki Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing
27 Arminas Jasikonis LTU LMSF Suzuki Team Suzuki World MXGP
51 Justin Barcia USA AMA Suzuki Autotrader JGR Suzuki Team
77 Alessandro Lupino ITA FMI Honda Team Honda Red Moto
84 Jeffrey Herlings NED KNMV KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
89 Jeremy Van Horebeek BEL FMB Yamaha Monster Energy Yamaha Factory
99 Max Anstie GBR ACU Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory
139 Nathen LaPorte USA AMA Yamaha
184 Jeffrey Walker USA AMA Honda
191 Jaromír Romančík CZE ACCR KTM JD 191 KTM Racing Team
222 Antonio Cairoli ITA FMI KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
243 Tim Gajser SLO AMZS Honda Team HRC MXGP
259 Glenn Coldenhoff NED KNMV KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
295 Jack Sigismondi USA AMA KTM
332 Benny Bloss USA AMA KTM BTO Sports KTM WPS
369 Jason Astudillo USA AMA Honda
409 Carlos Short USA AMA Yamaha
412 Jared Lesher USA AMA KTM
429 Drew Craven USA AMA Honda
461 Romain Febvre FRA FFM Yamaha Monster Energy Yamaha Factory
462 Michael Starace USA AMA Honda
517 Jared Hicks USA AMA Kawasaki
684 Justin Heckendorf USA AMA Suzuki
711 Tristan Lane USA AMA KTM
715 Kele Russell USA AMA Husqvarna
718 Toshiki Tomita JPN MFJ Honda Team HRC MXGP
777 Evgeny Bobryshev RUS MFR Honda Team HRC MXGP
911 Jordi Tixier FRA FFM Kawasaki Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing
913 Miguel Cordovez ECU FEM KTM
927 Jamel Porter USA AMA Honda
995 Christopher Lykens USA AMA KTM
999 Rui Gonçalves POR FMP Husqvarna 8Biano Racing Husqvarna


MX2

5 Justin Hill USA AMA Kawasaki Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki
6 Benoît Paturel FRA FFM Yamaha Kemea Yamaha Yamalube Racing
10 Calvin Vlaanderen NED KNMV KTM HSF Logistics Motorsport Team
18 Vsevolod Brylyakov RUS MFR Kawasaki Monster Energy DRT Kawasaki
19 Thomas Kjær Olsen DEN DMU Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory
29 Henry Jacobi GER DMSB Husqvarna STC Racing
31 RJ Hampshire USA AMA Honda GEICO Honda
33 Julien Lieber BEL FMB KTM LRT KTM
41 Pauls Jonass LAT LaMSF KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
44 Morgan Lesiardo ITA FMI Kawasaki Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing
46 Davy Pootjes NED KNMV KTM HSF Logistics Motorsport Team
57 Darian Sanayei USA AMA Kawasaki Monster Energy DRT Kawasaki
61 Jorge Prado García ESP RFME KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
64 Thomas Covington USA MUL Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory
70 Dakota Alix USA AMA KTM BTO Sports KTM WPS
83 Nathan Renkens BEL FMB KTM Falcon KTM
91 Jeremy Seewer SUI FMS Suzuki Team Suzuki World MX2
96 Hunter Lawrence AUS MA Suzuki Team Suzuki World MX2
118 Stephen Rubini FRA FFM Kawasaki Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing
129 Bradley Lionnet USA AMA Kawasaki
140 Austin Root USA AMA Husqvarna
144 Adam Cianciarulo USA AMA Kawasaki Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki
145 Hayden Mellross AUS MA Yamaha
161 Alvin Östlund SWE SVEMO Yamaha Kemea Yamaha Yamalube Racing
172 Brent Van Doninck BEL FMB Yamaha Kemea Yamaha Yamalube Racing
176 Joey Savatgy USA AMA Kawasaki Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki
183 Lorenzo Locurcio VEN FMV Yamaha
189 Brian Bogers NED KNMV KTM HSF Logistics Motorsport Team
191 Justin Cooper USA AMA Yamaha Yamalube Star Racing Yamaha
245 Mitchell Harrison USA AMA Yamaha Yamalube Star Racing Yamaha
266 Gavin Wilkins USA AMA Yamaha
297 Anton Gole SWE SVEMO TM TM Racing Factory Team
345 Josh Prior USA AMA Yamaha
486 Chase Sexton USA AMA Honda GEICO Honda
640 Aaron Zielfelder USA AMA Honda GEICO Honda
646 Nicholas Hancher USA AMA Kawasaki
747 Michele Cervellin ITA FMI Honda Team HRC MX2
919 Ben Watson GBR ACU KTM Hitachi KTM UK
934 Brian Medeiros USA AMA Yamaha

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8/23/2017 7:01 AM

Wow a lot more Americans than I expected.
Especially in MX2 it could get interesting. If Seewer manages to beat them all, he could make up a lot of points on Jonass at that race

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8/23/2017 7:03 AM

Lots of Americans but most of them I have never even heard about. Quite a few good ones and I expect to see them running up front in both motos.

Dakota Alix in MX2 was a bit of a surprise considering he´s been riding 450s all year.

Cool to see Mellross again (has he raced anything outdoors? Canada?)

This will be a good one to watch for sure smile

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8/23/2017 7:05 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/23/2017 7:12 AM

Barcia is the interesting one. What if he has his best race of the year and somehow ends up in the GPs next year?

I know there aren't many spots left on factory teams in the GPs but he would face the same situation in US. Anyways, that is probably not going to happen but i would like to see him tackle the GPs for multiple seasons.

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8/23/2017 7:08 AM

Pretty much, if an AMA rider is sponsored by Monster they are racing.

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8/23/2017 7:13 AM

Motofinne wrote:

Barcia is the interesting one. What if he has his best race of the year and somehow ends up in the GPs next year?

I know there aren't many spots left on factory teams in the GPs but he would face the same situation in US. Anyways, that is probably not going to happen but i would like to see him tackle the GPs for multiple seasons.

There is alot of good bikes outside of the factory teams as well. If not on something like HRC or Suzuki I could see him end on something like a Wilvo Yamaha or DRT Kawasaki and do just as well

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8/23/2017 7:17 AM

Motofinne wrote:

Barcia is the interesting one. What if he has his best race of the year and somehow ends up in the GPs next year?

I know there aren't many spots left on factory teams in the GPs but he would face the same situation in US. Anyways, that is probably not going to happen but i would like to see him tackle the GPs for multiple seasons.

Ray_MXS wrote:

There is alot of good bikes outside of the factory teams as well. If not on something like HRC or Suzuki I could see him end on something like a Wilvo Yamaha or DRT Kawasaki and do just as well

Well he hates the Yamaha and i think DRT is only fielding 250 bikes in 2018.

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8/23/2017 7:20 AM

Motofinne wrote:

Well he hates the Yamaha and i think DRT is only fielding 250 bikes in 2018.

That 2018 model looks juicy though wink

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8/23/2017 7:24 AM

Ray_MXS wrote:

There is alot of good bikes outside of the factory teams as well. If not on something like HRC or Suzuki I could see him end on something like a Wilvo Yamaha or DRT Kawasaki and do just as well

Motofinne wrote:

Well he hates the Yamaha and i think DRT is only fielding 250 bikes in 2018.

Ray_MXS wrote:

That 2018 model looks juicy though wink

It does look a bit better than the old model but it seems like the main characteristics of the Yamaha are still there? I think some of the magazine test riders have mentioned that.

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8/23/2017 7:25 AM

Motofinne wrote:

Barcia is the interesting one. What if he has his best race of the year and somehow ends up in the GPs next year?

I know there aren't many spots left on factory teams in the GPs but he would face the same situation in US. Anyways, that is probably not going to happen but i would like to see him tackle the GPs for multiple seasons.

Ray_MXS wrote:

There is alot of good bikes outside of the factory teams as well. If not on something like HRC or Suzuki I could see him end on something like a Wilvo Yamaha or DRT Kawasaki and do just as well

Motofinne wrote:

Well he hates the Yamaha and i think DRT is only fielding 250 bikes in 2018.

Wilvo is full aswell, Simpson and Tonus are signed.

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8/23/2017 7:52 AM

Barcia and Hill in? J Mart racing?

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8/23/2017 7:56 AM

Not the AMA turnout I was hoping for. A lot of those guys don't belong on the same track.

I also saw an article about Pourcel and alessi racing it

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8/23/2017 8:16 AM

I can see Hampshire and Sexton doing well. Top 10's.

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8/23/2017 8:18 AM

jbomx363 wrote:

I can see Hampshire and Sexton doing well. Top 10's.

Absolutely, i think Hampshire could land on the podium without any problems.

I wouldn't be surprised to see Sexton get a start for once and put the hammer down.

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8/23/2017 8:19 AM

Whole lotta back markers from USA, get the blue flags unfurled

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If you don't crash alot you just ain't going fast enough, Danny

8/23/2017 8:19 AM

I think it's odd that Starling isn't on the list, or did I over look him?

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Chuck Norris is the reason why Waldo is hiding.

8/23/2017 8:24 AM

It will be cool seeing Tomac , Webb , and Barcia on the podium.

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8/23/2017 8:29 AM

Usa could literally be all the top 5 in mx2

Savagty, AC, hampshire, Covington, Harrison, Cooper, Sexton.

Jonas, sewer the only two I see beating the top 4 up there.

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8/23/2017 8:31 AM

ATKpilot99 wrote:

It will be cool seeing Tomac , Webb , and Barcia on the podium.

Doubtful in the MXGP class but looking at the MX2 line up it's going to be a full USA podium.

LETS GO !!

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8/23/2017 9:18 AM

looks like a full AMA podium in MX2 is most likely , but the holeshot is for Prado laughing

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8/23/2017 9:24 AM

Sodipop wrote:

Not the AMA turnout I was hoping for. A lot of those guys don't belong on the same track.

I also saw an article about Pourcel and alessi racing it

So what's different compared to another GP? They always have fill in riders at almost every single round. Lots of fast AMA guys and a few unknown's.....whom might be faster than you think.

If most of those AMA riders show up , it could be pretty fucking sweet in my opinion.

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And there goes Jeffro. One of God's own prototypes. A super high-powered mutant of some kind never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die.

Pimpin' Ho's , Rollin' fatty's......drinkin' beers , beers , beers!! ~ Ja

8/23/2017 9:30 AM

Sodipop wrote:

Not the AMA turnout I was hoping for. A lot of those guys don't belong on the same track.

I also saw an article about Pourcel and alessi racing it

jeffro503 wrote:

So what's different compared to another GP? They always have fill in riders at almost every single round. Lots of fast AMA guys and a few unknown's.....whom might be faster than you think.

If most of those AMA riders show up , it could be pretty fucking sweet in my opinion.

Well the difference is that this country has a lot of guys who do belong on the same track and only 3 of them are signed up

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8/23/2017 9:35 AM

Sodipop wrote:

Not the AMA turnout I was hoping for. A lot of those guys don't belong on the same track.

I also saw an article about Pourcel and alessi racing it

jeffro503 wrote:

So what's different compared to another GP? They always have fill in riders at almost every single round. Lots of fast AMA guys and a few unknown's.....whom might be faster than you think.

If most of those AMA riders show up , it could be pretty fucking sweet in my opinion.

Sodipop wrote:

Well the difference is that this country has a lot of guys who do belong on the same track and only 3 of them are signed up

I see more then 3 in each class , but ok.

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And there goes Jeffro. One of God's own prototypes. A super high-powered mutant of some kind never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die.

Pimpin' Ho's , Rollin' fatty's......drinkin' beers , beers , beers!! ~ Ja

8/23/2017 10:05 AM

Sodipop wrote:

Well the difference is that this country has a lot of guys who do belong on the same track and only 3 of them are signed up

There are guys there who i dont ever recall seeing on the AMA National Ticker. Be interesting to see if they make the cut.

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8/23/2017 10:21 AM

I've always wondered what entry fee Luongo charges for locals at the USGP. There's a fair amount of riders without a high profile / big Team backing that I'm surprised could / would pay the price that he charges elsewhere.

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8/23/2017 11:48 AM

interesting to see Dakota Alix in MX2 after riding a 450 all summer

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8/23/2017 11:55 AM

Bearuno wrote:

I've always wondered what entry fee Luongo charges for locals at the USGP. There's a fair amount of riders without a high profile / big Team backing that I'm surprised could / would pay the price that he charges elsewhere.

last year there was somebody who mentioned 1600 USD entry fee for the USGP Glen Helen

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8/23/2017 12:09 PM

Bearuno wrote:

I've always wondered what entry fee Luongo charges for locals at the USGP. There's a fair amount of riders without a high profile / big Team backing that I'm surprised could / would pay the price that he charges elsewhere.

Especially with no purse.

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8/23/2017 3:08 PM

ATKpilot99 wrote:

It will be cool seeing Tomac , Webb , and Barcia on the podium.

In Barcia's sweetest dreams, not so sure about Webb either.

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8/23/2017 4:41 PM

Hill running # 5.

Is this a glimpse of what is to come in 19.

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