Official MXoN 2021 Entries

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7/16/2021 4:21 AM
Edited Date/Time: 9/16/2021 1:11 AM

Netherlands
Team Manager: Patrice Assendelft
1 Glenn Coldenhoff (Yamaha)
2 Roan van de Moosdijk (Kawasaki)
3 Jeffrey Herlings (KTM)

Belgium
Team Manager: Johan Boonen
4 Cyril Genot (KTM)
5 Liam Everts (KTM)
6 Brent Van Doninck (Yamaha)

Great Britain
Team Manager: Mark Chamberlain
7 Ben Watson (Yamaha)
8 Conrad Mewse (KTM)
9 Shaun Simpson (KTM)

Estonia
Team Manager: Martin Arumäe
10 Gert Krestinov (Honda)
11 Jörgen-Matthias Talviku (Husqvarna)
12 Harri Kullas (Yamaha)

France
Team Manager: Pascal Finot
13 Benoît Paturel (Honda)
14 Tom Vialle (KTM)
15 Mathys Boisramé (Kawasaki)

Germany
Team Manager: Wolfgang Thomas
19 Maximilian Nagl (Husqvarna)
20 Simon Längenfelder (GasGas)
21 Henry Jacobi (Honda)

Latvia
Team Manager: Valdis Seratinskis
22 Kārlis Sabulis (Husqvarna)
23 Mairis Pumpurs (Yamaha)
24 Tom Macuks (KTM)

Spain
Team Manager: Paco Rico
25 José Butrón (KTM)
26 Yago Martínez (KTM)
27 Ander Valentín (Husqvarna)

Denmark
Team Manager: Emil Larsen
28 Thomas Kjær Olsen (Husqvarna)
29 Mikkel Haarup (Kawasaki)
30 Bastian Bøgh Damm (KTM)

Switzerland
Team Manager: Daniel Zollinger
31 Arnaud Tonus (Yamaha)
32 Mike Gwerder (KTM)
33 Valentin Guillod (Yamaha)

Norway
Team Manager: Espen Blikstad
34 Håkon Frederiksen (Yamaha)
35 Kevin Horgmo (GasGas)
36 Sander Agard-Michelsen (Yamaha)

Slovenia
Team Manager: Bogomir Gajser
37 Luka Kutnar (KTM)
38 Jan Pancar (KTM)
39 Peter Irt (Husqvarna)

Sweden
Team Manager: Jonas Engdahl
40 Alvin Östlund (Yamaha)
41 Isak Gifting (GasGas)
42 Ken Bengtson (Husqvarna)

Italy
Team Manager: Thomas Traversini
46 Antonio Cairoli (KTM)
47 Mattia Guadagnini (KTM)
48 Alessandro Lupino (KTM)

Austria
Team Manager: Hannes Kinigadner
49 Michael Sandner (KTM)
50 Rene Hofer (KTM)
51 Marcel Stauffer (KTM)

Ireland
Team Manager: Mark Farrelly
52 Jason Meara (Kawasaki)
53 Jake Sheridan (KTM)
54 Stuart Edmonds (Husqvarna)

South Africa
Team Manager: Cheryl McLellan
58 David Goosen (Husqvarna)
59 Camden McLellan (Husqvarna)
60 Tristan Purdon (KTM)

Poland
Team Manager: Paweł Kurajk
61 Tomasz Wysocki (KTM)
62 Gabriel Chętnicki (Suzuki)
63 Jakub Barczewski (KTM)

Portugal
Team Manager: Ross Riley
64 Hugo Basaúla (Kawasaki)
65 Luís Outeiro (TM)
66 Marco Silva (KTM)

Ukraine
Team Manager: Volodymyr Tarasov
67 Dmytro Asmanov (KTM)
68 Maksym Kyenko (Yamaha)
69 Semen Nerush (KTM)

Brazil
Team Manager: Manuel Carlos Hermano
70 Gabriel Gutierres (Yamaha)
71 Enzo Lopes (Honda)
72 Frederico Molina Spagnol (KTM)

Russia
Team Manager: Evgeny Parshin
73 Vsevolod Brylyakov (Honda)
74 Timur Petrashin (KTM)
75 Evgeny Bobryshev (Husqvarna)

Czech Republic
Team Manager: Jiří Jankovský
76 Dušan Drdaj (KTM)
77 Jan Wagenknecht (KTM)
78 Petr Polák (Yamaha)

Iceland
Team Manager: Björk Erlingsdóttir
79 Eyþór Reynisson (Yamaha)
80 Eiður Orri Pállmarsson (Yamaha)
81 Máni Freyr Pétursson (KTM)

Lithuania
Team Manager: Rolandas Jasikonis
82 Dovydas Karka (Yamaha)
83 Erlandas Mackonis (KTM)
84 Arminas Jasikonis (Husqvarna)

Croatia
Team Manager: Danko Braim
88 Luka Crnković (Honda)
89 Marko Tumbri (KTM)
90 Matej Jaroš (Kawasaki)

Greece
Team Manager: Stylianos Korelis
91 Dimitrios Bakas (Yamaha)
92 Antonis Sagmalis (Yamaha)
93 Panagiotis Papilas (Honda)

Finland
Team Manager: Kusti Manninen
103 Miro Sihvonen (Honda)
104 Emil Weckman (Honda)
105 Jere Haavisto (Kawasaki)

Venezuela
Team Manager: Nicolás Cardona
106 Carlos Badiali (KTM)
107 Raimundo Trasolini (KTM)
108 Lorenzo Locurcio (KTM)

Canada
Team Manager: Carl Bastedo
109 Dylan Wright (Honda)
110 Jacob Piccolo (KTM)
111 Tyler Medaglia (GasGas)

Morocco
Team Manager: Agathe Billottet
112 Amine Aït Bella (KTM)
113 Saad Soulimani (KTM)
114 Abdelhalim Soulimani (Husqvarna)

Slovakia
Team Manager: Dušan Predanocy
115 Pavol Repčák (KTM)
116 Tomás Kohút (KTM)
117 Šimon Jošt (KTM)

Bulgaria
Team Manager: Gianmarco Santucci
118 Maykal Ivanov (Husqvarna)
119 Nikolay Malinov (KTM)
120 Petar Petrov (Honda)
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7/16/2021 6:49 AM

DeStouwer wrote: Netherlands
Team Manager: Patrice Assendelft
1 Glenn Coldenhoff (Yamaha)
2 Roan van de Moosdijk (Kawasaki)
3 Jeffrey Herlings ...more

That's a tough team to beat !

Hope France will be able to bring Ferrandis in the mix with also a great american team and the lawrence brothers for Australia !

We could have a great MXON everything considered but we will see how it plays out with the teams and riders

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7/16/2021 10:57 AM

This would be cool.

Puerto Rico
Team Manager: Gabriel Cátala
94 - Robertson, Stilez (250)
95 - Shock, Coty
96 - Savatgy, Joesph

ooorrrrr

Puerto Rico
Team Manager: Gabriel Cátala
94 - Swoll. Jalek (250)
95 - Robertson, Stilez
96 - Shock, Coty

ooorrrr

Puerto Rico
Team Manager: Gabriel Cátala
94 - Vohland. Maximus (250)
95 - Hartranft, Brandon
96 - Shock, Coty

OOOrrrrr
(Team Fantasy Picks)
Puerto Rico
Team Manager: Gabriel Cátala
94 - Forkner, Austin (250)
95 - Robin, Jerry
96 - Ray, Alex


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7/16/2021 11:40 AM

Time to drop the Puerto Rico thing for good. Zero reason for it

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7/16/2021 11:55 AM

Who coaches our team when DeCoster retires?

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7/16/2021 11:58 AM

queen of spodes wrote:

Who coaches our team when DeCoster retires?

Ryno

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7/16/2021 12:05 PM

I very much doubt you will see a NZ team this year, with not enough riders in Europe for a team, and a 2 week mandatory quarantine that is booked out till November it does not seem likely,

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7/16/2021 1:06 PM
Edited Date/Time: 7/16/2021 1:08 PM

I want ET3, BAM and J Coop for the USA. Not holding my breath though wink

edit: I'm sure Eli is probably not going because of the team switch so I'd like to see another young blood like Sexton get a shot at it smile

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7/16/2021 1:50 PM

SCC wrote:

Time to drop the Puerto Rico thing for good. Zero reason for it

If anything, it’ll keep dangerously slower riders out of harms way. Not like the US is cleaning up with both the USA and PR teams.

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7/17/2021 3:32 AM

My tip for Team Australia: Lawrence´s and Beaton.

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

7/17/2021 3:34 AM

David934 wrote:

My tip for Team Australia: Lawrences and Beaton.

Hopefully beaton can be more consistent.

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7/17/2021 5:00 AM

David934 wrote:

My tip for Team Australia: Lawrences and Beaton.

bowl wrote:

Hopefully beaton can be more consistent.

Luke Clout, Hunter Lawrence and Regan Duffy would be a podium team.

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7/17/2021 6:05 AM

I'd say the OZ Team will probably come down to those who are overseas at that time. Through the same (sort of) reasons scott_nz cites for perhaps NZ not being there.

Still, for OZ, it gives us a good selection. But, I'm a bit of a pessimist when it comes to our 'luck' at the MXDN. unsure

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7/17/2021 8:20 AM

queen of spodes wrote:

Who coaches our team when DeCoster retires?

I think Dungey would be a good fit

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7/17/2021 12:13 PM

Roczen make a statement??

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7/17/2021 12:16 PM

Well this sure set up for Barcia.

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8/3/2021 5:33 AM

Apparently, InFront decided not to award world championship points during the MXoN.

A week prior to the MXoN the GP of Sardegna is held, the week after the GP of Germany.
Both Gajser and Febvre have stated not to participate at the event due to their chances at claiming the worldtitle.

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8/3/2021 5:52 AM

DeStouwer wrote:

Apparently, InFront decided not to award world championship points during the MXoN.

A week prior to the MXoN the GP of ...more

Gruebel doesn't want his riders there and I also highly doubt Herlings is willing to line up at this point. I can also see Prado and Cairoli not going considering they also never do other races during the season.

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8/3/2021 6:01 AM

DeStouwer wrote:

Apparently, InFront decided not to award world championship points during the MXoN.

A week prior to the MXoN the GP of ...more

NVA57 wrote:

Gruebel doesn't want his riders there and I also highly doubt Herlings is willing to line up at this point. I can also see ...more

In an interview last week Herlings said he was going, also because Netherlands has a good chance at winning it. In Gajser's case it's different, as the other two riders are decent, but not good enough to go for a top 5 spot.

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8/3/2021 6:21 AM

I’d say Italy could potentially (I stress could) field a winning team. Cairoli, Monticelli and Guadagnini could be a winning team if Netherlands, France and U.S doesn’t field their strongest teams.

From the top of my head I can’t think of a country that could field an obviously stronger team.

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8/3/2021 8:26 AM

...I'm really excited to see who gets to be on Team Luxembourg.

Do they like, put an ad on Craigslist to see if anyone wants to ride?...

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8/3/2021 11:25 AM

Rumor has it Canada might be sending a team after all. It's not the exact team I would send, but it's close so it could be worse.

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8/3/2021 12:09 PM

https://gatedrop.com/jonass-on-a-mid-season-mxon/


Pauls Jonass says he isn’t a fan of the MXoN in the middle of the season but will consider racing if asked by the Latvian federation. The Gas Gas rider, fresh of a superb podium in Lommel, said in the post-race press conference: “For me it’s like Jeffrey says – if you have a team to win (it’s more enticing to risk racing). Latvia, I have team where the first goal is to get into the A final but of course it’s nice to race for your country.

“For me I don’t like the idea that the Nations is in the middle of the season because when it is the end of the season, everyone is more relaxed, more loose and you can enjoy the event even more. When I didn’t have the strongest team I still went to the race and really enjoyed racing there just the atmosphere with the fans and everything. So far the federation hasn’t asked me anything about the des Nations so we will see, time will tell. If they ask me I will for sure consider that.”

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8/3/2021 1:48 PM

DeStouwer wrote:

Apparently, InFront decided not to award world championship points during the MXoN.

A week prior to the MXoN the GP of ...more

NVA57 wrote:

Gruebel doesn't want his riders there and I also highly doubt Herlings is willing to line up at this point. I can also see ...more

DeStouwer wrote:

In an interview last week Herlings said he was going, also because Netherlands has a good chance at winning it. In Gajser's ...more

Sounds fair. Kinda expected him to withdraw from the race with the injury and all. Just thought he wouldn’t want to take any unnecessary risks at this point.

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8/3/2021 1:59 PM

David934 wrote:

My tip for Team Australia: Lawrences and Beaton.

Hunter on the CR500... w00t

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8/3/2021 2:07 PM

DeStouwer wrote:

Apparently, InFront decided not to award world championship points during the MXoN.

A week prior to the MXoN the GP of ...more

NVA57 wrote:

Gruebel doesn't want his riders there and I also highly doubt Herlings is willing to line up at this point. I can also see ...more

https://www.mxlarge.com/news/mxon-herlings-and-cairoli

Antonio Cairoli: It is always a difficult question. Motocross des Nations I am proud to ride for my country of course, but actually this is the only year we have a team to win. Mattia can win and I can do my best and Alessandro has shown he is a top ten MXGP guy and I think we have a good team. I am motivated for it, but sure between the championship it is a strange thing to ride.

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8/4/2021 2:31 AM

DeStouwer wrote:

Apparently, InFront decided not to award world championship points during the MXoN.

A week prior to the MXoN the GP of ...more

NVA57 wrote:

Gruebel doesn't want his riders there and I also highly doubt Herlings is willing to line up at this point. I can also see ...more

line-up wrote:

https://www.mxlarge.com/news/mxon-herlings-and-cairoli

Antonio Cairoli: It is always a difficult question. Motocross des ...more

Looks like I'm way off base then laughing

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8/4/2021 5:40 AM

I totally understand guys not racing the event because it’s right in the middle on the season. Especially those guys who still have a shot at the championships or podiums to get their bonus money.

Even given that unfortunate circumstance most of them are still considering going. It’s pretty damn cool if you ask me. That really shows the difference between the mentality of some people from the USA and some people from other countries.

You shouldn’t have to look far for the reasons why the USA is taking a step back (not just in racing) and a lot of European countries are taking a step forward.

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8/4/2021 1:38 PM

queen of spodes wrote:

Who coaches our team when DeCoster retires?

Villo

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8/4/2021 2:28 PM

MKMX wrote:

Luke Clout, Hunter Lawrence and Regan Duffy would be a podium team.

Put Hunter on a 450 and let Jett have the mx2 spot. Hell let Jett ride open on a 250 and he will still outperform Clout or Duffy.

Australia cant afford to not run both Lawrence brothers.

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