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8/5/2019 3:07 AM
Edited Date/Time: 9/26/2019 12:35 AM

France
Team Manager: Pascal Finot
1 Gautier Paulin (Yamaha)
2 Maxime Renaux (Yamaha)
3 Jordi Tixier (KTM)

Netherlands
Team Manager: Patrice Assendelft
4 Jeffrey Herlings (KTM)
5 Calvin Vlaanderen (Honda)
6 Glenn Coldenhoff (KTM)

Great Britain
Team Manager: Mark Chamberlain
7 Nathan Watson (KTM)
8 Adam Sterry (Kawasaki)
9 Shaun Simpson (KTM)

Australia
Team Manager: Michael Byrne
10 Dean Ferris (KTM)
11 Kyle Webster (Honda)
12 Regan Duffy (KTM)

United States
Team Manager: Roger De Coster
13 Jason Anderson (Husqvarna)
14 Justin Cooper (Yamaha)
15 Zach Osborne (Husqvarna)

Belgium
Team Manager: Johan Boonen
16 Jeremy Van Horebeek (Honda)
17 Jago Geerts (Yamaha)
18 Kevin Strijbos (Yamaha)

Spain
Team Manager: Paco Rico
19 Jorge Prado (KTM)
20 Iker Larrañaga (KTM)
21 Carlos Campano (Yamaha)

Estonia
Team Manager: Lauri Roosiorg
22 Tanel Leok (Husqvarna)
23 Priit Rätsep (Honda)
24 Harri Kullas (Honda)

Germany
Team Manager: Wolfgang Thomas
25 Tom Koch (KTM)
26 Simon Längenfelder (KTM)
27 Dennis Ullrich (Husqvarna)

Sweden
Team Manager: Jonas Engdahl
31 Filip Bengtsson (Husqvarna)
32 Alvin Östlund (Husqvarna)
33 Anton Gole (Yamaha)

Austria
Team Manager: Hannes Kinigadner
34 Lukas Neurauter (KTM)
35 Rene Hofer (KTM)
36 Michael Sandner (KTM)

Ireland
Team Manager: Philip McCullough
37 Jason Meara (Kawasaki)
38 Martin Barr (Yamaha)
39 Stuart Edmonds (Husqvarna)

Czech Republic
Team Manager: Jiří Čepelák
43 Václav Kovář (KTM)
44 Petr Polák (KTM)
45 Filip Neugebauer (KTM)

Brazil
Team Manager: Manuel Carlos Hermano
46 Fábio Santos (Yamaha)
47 Pepê Bueno (Yamaha)
48 Ramyller Alves (KTM)

New Zealand
Team Manager: Bevan Weal
49 Wyatt Chase (Honda)
50 Dylan Walsh (Husqvarna)
51 Maximus Purvis (Yamaha)

Puerto Rico
Team Manager: Gabriel Cátala
52 Justin Starling (Kawasaki)
53 José Fernando Rodríguez (Kawasaki)
54 Chase Marquier (Kawasaki)

Switzerland
Team Manager: Daniel Zollinger
55 Jeremy Seewer (Yamaha)
56 Valentin Guillod (Honda)
57 Cyrill Scheiwiller (Yamaha)

Portugal
Team Manager: Ross Riley
58 Sandro Peixe (Suzuki)
59 Luis Outeiro (Honda)
60 Hugo Basaúla (KTM)

Japan
Team Manager: Naoki Serizawa
61 Akira Narita (Honda)
62 Gota Otsuka (Honda)
63 Toshiki Tomita (Honda)

South Africa
Team Manager: Jenna Reeh
67 Michael Docherty (KTM)
68 Anthony Raynard (Yamaha)
69 Lloyd Verceuil (Yamaha)

Iceland
Team Manager: Aron Ómarsson
70 Ingvi Björn Birgisson (KTM)
71 Einar Sigurðsson (KTM)
72 Eyþór Reynisson (Yamaha)

Ukraine
Team Manager: Volodymyr Tarasov
76 Roman Morozov (Yamaha)
77 Oleg Kruk (KTM)
78 Volodymyr Tarasov (KTM)

Italy
Team Manager: Thomas Traversini
88 Ivo Monticelli (KTM)
89 Alberto Forato (Husqvarna)
90 Alessandro Lupino (Kawasaki)

Slovenia
Team Manager: Bogomir Gajser
91 Tim Gajser (Honda)
92 Jan Pancar (Yamaha)
93 Peter Irt (Yamaha)

Russia
Team Manager: Dmitry Parshin
94 Vsevolod Brylyakov (Yamaha)
95 Timur Petrashin (KTM)
96 Svyatoslav Pronenko (Husqvarna)

Latvia
Team Manager: Kristers Serģis
97 Tom Macuks (KTM)
98 Dāvis Ivanovs (Husqvarna)
99 Pauls Jonass (Husqvarna)

Croatia
Team Manager: Danko Braim
100 Luka Crnković (Honda)
101 Nikola Hranić (KTM)
102 Matija Kelava (KTM)

Lithuania
Team Manager: Rolandas Jasikonis
103 Arminas Jasikonis (Husqvarna)
104 Dovydas Karka (KTM)
105 Domantas Jazdauskas (Husqvarna)

Denmark
Team Manager: Emil Larsen
106 Stefan Kjær Olsen (KTM)
107 Thomas Kjær Olsen (Husqvarna)
108 Bastian Bøgh Damm (KTM)

Cyprus
Team Manager: Kyriakos Kavazis
109 Christos Tsangaras (Yamaha)
110 Aristos Georgiou (Yamaha)
111 Chrysanthos Georgiou (Yamaha)

Luxembourg
Team Manager: Pascal Portha
112 Tijay Heinen (KTM)
113 Yves Frank (Honda)
114 Björn Frank (Honda)

Greece
Team Manager: Stylianos Korelis
115 Emmanouil Kritikos (Yamaha)
116 Alexandros Georgantas (Husqvarna)
117 Andreas Andreou (Yamaha)

Norway
Team Manager: Espen Blikstad
118 Håkon Fredriksen (Yamaha)
119 Kevin Horgmo (KTM)
120 Henrik Wahl (KTM)

Poland
Team Manager: Marcin Wójcik
121 Tomasz Wysocki (KTM)
122 Maciej Więckowski (KTM)
123 Szymon Staszkiewicz (KTM)
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8/5/2019 4:25 AM

Is this going to be the first time in 52 years that Max Nagl doesnt line up for team Germany?

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8/5/2019 4:53 AM

How many years in a row has Martin Barr been on the Irish team now? Is he the new Tanel Leok?

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8/5/2019 5:37 AM

Solid Swiss team, although sand isn't a good surface for Guillod, nor has he had any good results for a few years

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James = #7. Malcolm = #27
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8/5/2019 5:54 AM

Derpin' DJ wrote:

Solid Swiss team, although sand isn't a good surface for Guillod, nor has he had any good results for a few years

You're right about Guillod, but we don't really have any other choice.
Seewer and Tonus have been quite consistent, so hopefully we only need one halfway decent result from Guillod to hopefully get on the podium

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8/5/2019 6:22 AM

Derpin' DJ wrote:

Solid Swiss team, although sand isn't a good surface for Guillod, nor has he had any good results for a few years

crusty_xx wrote:

You're right about Guillod, but we don't really have any other choice.
Seewer and Tonus have been quite consistent, so hopefully we only need one halfway decent result from Guillod to hopefully get on the podium

You guys will get bronze

My picks
1.) France (you can't miss it, also Febvre winning MX1 class)
2.) Netherlands (gonna be tought to swallow)
3.) Swiss (the diesel of Europe )
4.) USA (would won overasll but El Hombre got DNS after he stuck in portapotty before 3rd Moto after doing encouraging premix shots with Ronnie Mac)
5.) Italy (Forato taking this team on his back and winning MX2 class - he is tony #2 - like #2222)
6.) Australia
7.) Germany
8.) UK
9.) Canada
10.) Spain (Prado winning OPEN class)

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8/5/2019 6:42 AM

Bosco wrote:

How many years in a row has Martin Barr been on the Irish team now? Is he the new Tanel Leok?

I think this is Martins 15th year. That’s a long time being one of Irelands fastest riders, he deserves the spot, always gives 110%. He still has another few years to top Leok haha.

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8/5/2019 6:54 AM

Just waiting for Leoks 100th MXdN. Dude is an animal.

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8/5/2019 6:55 AM

UK could be
Anstie
Simpson
Watson or Sterry
All good- great sand riders, just a bit inconsistent,
If they are all on their best sand day the UK will win the overall.

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8/5/2019 7:07 AM

scottydogmx wrote:

UK could be
Anstie
Simpson
Watson or Sterry
All good- great sand riders, just a bit inconsistent,
If they are all on their best sand day the UK will win the overall.

Maybe Dean heads over since there will be 2 other factory Husky guys from the US in Osborne and Anderson

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8/5/2019 7:12 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/5/2019 7:14 AM

Canada is most likely not going. Too much bullshit with the CMA/FIM (Marilyn Bastedo).

Most of the top guys already said they're not going to support the event until the CMA is out of the picture.

That said things are likely to change for next year.

It's a shame because Colton Facciotti is retiring at the end of the year and he's definitely our best rider. In my opinion we could have sent one of our strongest team ever.

MX1: Colton Facciotti (Not supporting it)
MX2: Dylan Wright (Not supporting it)
MX Open: Cole Thompson

MX101 Yamaha is not supporting it so that means no Marco Cannella or Hayden Halstead.

Doesn't sound like KTM Canada is going to support it either so that means no Cole Thompson, Jess Pettis or Tanner Ward.

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8/5/2019 7:12 AM


Team Ukraine was announced a while back
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8/5/2019 7:17 AM

-MAVERICK- wrote:

Canada is most likely not going. Too much bullshit with the CMA/FIM (Marilyn Bastedo).

Most of the top guys already said they're not going to support the event until the CMA is out of the picture.

That said things are likely to change for next year.

It's a shame because Colton Facciotti is retiring at the end of the year and he's definitely our best rider. In my opinion we could have sent one of our strongest team ever.

MX1: Colton Facciotti (Not supporting it)
MX2: Dylan Wright (Not supporting it)
MX Open: Cole Thompson

MX101 Yamaha is not supporting it so that means no Marco Cannella or Hayden Halstead.

Doesn't sound like KTM Canada is going to support it either so that means no Cole Thompson, Jess Pettis or Tanner Ward.

Could always send send Alessi, Nicoletti, and Mike Brown on a smoker.

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8/5/2019 7:33 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/5/2019 7:36 AM

Last Braaap wrote:

You guys will get bronze

My picks
1.) France (you can't miss it, also Febvre winning MX1 class)
2.) Netherlands (gonna be tought to swallow)
3.) Swiss (the diesel of Europe )
4.) USA (would won overasll but El Hombre got DNS after he stuck in portapotty before 3rd Moto after doing encouraging premix shots with Ronnie Mac)
5.) Italy (Forato taking this team on his back and winning MX2 class - he is tony #2 - like #2222)
6.) Australia
7.) Germany
8.) UK
9.) Canada
10.) Spain (Prado winning OPEN class)

Hopefully Sweden can crack that top 10 with two strong sand riders in Östlund and Filip Bengtsson(not sure what kund of shape he's in though) + Norén (If he decides to go). Ken Bengtsson would be a good option too. Östlund actually finished 6th in the second moto in Lommel but got bumped down to 11th due to a loose muffler

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8/5/2019 7:43 AM

Always a fun time when the teams start to come together and we get the announcements... No doubt in my mind, the standings will be shaken up this year a bit due to injuries. I also think the emphasis on Assen is a little overblown...

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8/5/2019 7:52 AM

French with Paulin #1 Vialle #2 and Febvre #3
Netherlands Herlings #4 Vlaanderen #5 Coldenhoff #6

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8/5/2019 8:03 AM

scottydogmx wrote:

UK could be
Anstie
Simpson
Watson or Sterry
All good- great sand riders, just a bit inconsistent,
If they are all on their best sand day the UK will win the overall.

SWOHIO GUY wrote:

Maybe Dean heads over since there will be 2 other factory Husky guys from the US in Osborne and Anderson

That would be nice, but it is very doubtful that he will get picked.

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8/5/2019 8:11 AM

I don't see any team getting close to the Dutch and French this year, especially if JH84 is back healthy.

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8/5/2019 8:28 AM

-MAVERICK- wrote:

Canada is most likely not going. Too much bullshit with the CMA/FIM (Marilyn Bastedo).

Most of the top guys already said they're not going to support the event until the CMA is out of the picture.

That said things are likely to change for next year.

It's a shame because Colton Facciotti is retiring at the end of the year and he's definitely our best rider. In my opinion we could have sent one of our strongest team ever.

MX1: Colton Facciotti (Not supporting it)
MX2: Dylan Wright (Not supporting it)
MX Open: Cole Thompson

MX101 Yamaha is not supporting it so that means no Marco Cannella or Hayden Halstead.

Doesn't sound like KTM Canada is going to support it either so that means no Cole Thompson, Jess Pettis or Tanner Ward.

Lol. But people give kawy shit for not sending riders.

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8/5/2019 8:39 AM

Derpin' DJ wrote:

Solid Swiss team, although sand isn't a good surface for Guillod, nor has he had any good results for a few years

crusty_xx wrote:

You're right about Guillod, but we don't really have any other choice.
Seewer and Tonus have been quite consistent, so hopefully we only need one halfway decent result from Guillod to hopefully get on the podium

Last Braaap wrote:

You guys will get bronze

My picks
1.) France (you can't miss it, also Febvre winning MX1 class)
2.) Netherlands (gonna be tought to swallow)
3.) Swiss (the diesel of Europe )
4.) USA (would won overasll but El Hombre got DNS after he stuck in portapotty before 3rd Moto after doing encouraging premix shots with Ronnie Mac)
5.) Italy (Forato taking this team on his back and winning MX2 class - he is tony #2 - like #2222)
6.) Australia
7.) Germany
8.) UK
9.) Canada
10.) Spain (Prado winning OPEN class)

The third place spot is wide open!

1.) France (clear favourite)
2.) Netherlands

3.1) UK (Just going off Anstie's performance a couple years ago, his ride this weekend, and Watson's ride this weekend also)
3.2.) Switzerland (Can see Guillod letting them down)
3.3) USA (If it's JA21, ZO16, and CW2 Team USA will have three absolute beasts that will never quit, but they might as well be riding on another planet)

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8/5/2019 8:49 AM

-MAVERICK- wrote:

Canada is most likely not going. Too much bullshit with the CMA/FIM (Marilyn Bastedo).

Most of the top guys already said they're not going to support the event until the CMA is out of the picture.

That said things are likely to change for next year.

It's a shame because Colton Facciotti is retiring at the end of the year and he's definitely our best rider. In my opinion we could have sent one of our strongest team ever.

MX1: Colton Facciotti (Not supporting it)
MX2: Dylan Wright (Not supporting it)
MX Open: Cole Thompson

MX101 Yamaha is not supporting it so that means no Marco Cannella or Hayden Halstead.

Doesn't sound like KTM Canada is going to support it either so that means no Cole Thompson, Jess Pettis or Tanner Ward.

mxb2 wrote:

Lol. But people give kawy shit for not sending riders.

Believe me, it's not because the riders don't want to go and represent Canada.

CMA is a shit show. They're not involved in anything MX related but we have to go through them if our guys want to line up for an AMA National, SX or attend the MXdN.

They don't do shit for the sport but somehow control everything when it comes to international events.

The bitch in charge doesn't give any praise to anything the team managers have done over the years. She wants all the money raised for us to attend the event to be sent her way so she can control everything, meanwhile not doing her part in the fundraising. It's rediculous. Say the team goes out to dinner or needs something asap, the manager would have to get permission to spend whatever amount it is. It can't operate that way.

If you or anyone wants to know more about why the CMA in Canada needs to GTFO of the sport I'd encourage you to go and listen to what our last team manager had to say and how she was treated.

Listen HERE.

And for any Canadians lurking there's a PETITION you can read and sign.

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8/5/2019 9:23 AM

Team GB are just waiting for someone to step up and make that Open spot theirs. Simpson had the opportunity to do that this weekend but missed it, which means we’re kind of searching a little bit at this stage. I strongly believe that in Anstie and Watson we have the best MX1/MX2 combo of anyone apart from the Netherlands on this track, so if we can have another rider hit some form between now and then, it could be a good event for us

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8/5/2019 9:26 AM

How about germany?Will Roczen race,Nagl?

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8/5/2019 9:28 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/5/2019 9:29 AM

Bonanza69 wrote:

How about germany?Will Roczen race,Nagl?

I wouldn’t put it past Nagl to find his way back for the event. I personally would be amazed if we see Roczen though. With the illness and fatigue issues he’s had all year I think it’s unlikely he’ll extend his season at all

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8/5/2019 9:30 AM

Bonanza69 wrote:

How about germany?Will Roczen race,Nagl?

If im right Nagl is out for the season. Cant see Roczen coming over with his health issues.

Will be something between Jacobi, Ullrich and Koch i think...

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8/5/2019 10:46 AM

Denmark can actually field a decent team, especially in the sand.
TKO and his brother, and Mikkel Haarup. No podium threats but I think they could surprise some people.

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8/5/2019 10:54 AM

Bonanza69 wrote:

How about germany?Will Roczen race,Nagl?

Bidirella wrote:

If im right Nagl is out for the season. Cant see Roczen coming over with his health issues.

Will be something between Jacobi, Ullrich and Koch i think...

Simon Laengenfelder?

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8/5/2019 11:34 AM

ProbablyDave wrote:

The third place spot is wide open!

1.) France (clear favourite)
2.) Netherlands

3.1) UK (Just going off Anstie's performance a couple years ago, his ride this weekend, and Watson's ride this weekend also)
3.2.) Switzerland (Can see Guillod letting them down)
3.3) USA (If it's JA21, ZO16, and CW2 Team USA will have three absolute beasts that will never quit, but they might as well be riding on another planet)

i agree but the third place battle is a game of chance.

1.) UK needs a Anstie's performance of MXoN 2017, Watson riding his balls off and Simpson remembering his GP wins in Lommel couple years back. It is like trying to destroy asteroid with one small chinese fireworks. Could happen... but probably not

2.) Swiss got two consistent links on 450s and if everything goes according to plan they gonna scratch one of Guillod's result. Sounds almost like Foolproof plan.

3.) Team of USA is the dark horse/underdog JA21 and ZO16 are great riders on sand and husky is gonna be able to prepare for them competitive package here in europe (*cough cough* shame on you kawi *cough cough*). Cooper is there or there abouts. Their current riding form is higher than UK's but UK's ceiling is theoretically higher than USA's but are they able to reach it?

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8/5/2019 11:38 AM

I feel Team USA will be the team to beat. I think the mxgp field this year isn't on the same level as it was the last few years.

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8/5/2019 11:49 AM

Italy isn going to win:
Cairoli is prob.ly out
Cervellin is injured
Lupino is having troubles after the last crash he had.
Shit they could call me for sure that would be funny

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