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Results MotoCross World Championship, Beto Carrero, Brazil
Posted by: newsla on Mar 31, 2014 - 06:05 AM
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Results MotoCross World Championship, Beto Carrero, Brazil


Weather: Windy, changeable
Temperature: 29 degrees
Attendance: 35,000

 

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Honda World Motocross’ Max Nagl pushed hard to finish fifth overall in the MXGP class on the factory CRF450R as the MXGP and MX2 classes travelled to South America and the Beto Carrero facility almost 100km north of the city of Florianopolis in Brazil. There was also bright news in the MX2 division as Honda Gariboldi’s Tim Gajser claimed his best career result with fifth place and a maiden top three race result in the second moto.

Antonio Cairoli (KTM) triumphed in the premier MXGP category with Clement Desalle (Suzuki) and Jeremy Horebeek (Yamaha) in second and third place respectively.

High temperatures, a stiff breeze and cloudy skies meant that the climate for raceday for the third GP at Beto Carrero in three years was changeable but mainly dry. The track itself was largely unaltered, and the hard, red dirt was very bumpy and rutty in places and featured many jumps and fast sections. The Brazilian public again provided a noisy and appreciative atmosphere.

Nagl responded from a careless crash in the qualification heat on Saturday to enter the gate with eighth place. The German had lost traction of the CRF450R on the second lap and spent the race fighting back to gain time and positions. The slot was not a hindrance for the two thirty minute and two lap motos on Sunday but the German was unable to capitalise, and two mediocre starts would largely inhibit his chances for the podium. The former Grand Prix winner had to work his way from seventh place on the first lap of the opening race to reach fourth spot by the chequered flag. In the second outing he tried to chase down Jeremy Van Horebeek for another fourth position but ultimately had to settle for fifth, which gave him the same classification in the overall standings.

Fellow Team HRC Honda rider Evgeny Bobryshev was competing gingerly after recent surgery on his right leg. The Russian is lacking full fitness and was clearly not 100% for the Brazilian event. ‘Bobby’ pushed to ninth place in qualification on Saturday and then on Sunday had a very encouraging launch from the line in the first dash. The Russian lasted as long as he could with the leaders and his result of fifth, behind team-mate Nagl, was decent work in the circumstances. Bobryshev’s luck deserted him, however, in the second moto. He had a small crash and then was hit by another rider. The impact drove waves of pain into ‘777’s leg and although he was able to arrive to the end of the moto – losing positions again through a bike stall and struggle to kickstart - he sadly was outside of the points in twenty-second.

In MX2 Honda Gariboldi’s Tim Gajser was on the pace with the works CRF250R. The Slovenian could only manage eleventh in the first moto after a crash gave him too much time and ground to make up. In the second MX2 dash however the former European Champion roared out of the gate and nestled into a comfortable speed in the top three. It represented the highest finish by a rider from his country and therefore a personal best for ‘243’. Team-mate Kei Yamamoto was eighteenth overall and by clocking five points (his best result most so far) in only his third Grand Prix event is slowly progressing at the highest level.

The MX2 class was won overall by Arnaud Tonus (Kawasaki) with Glenn Coldenhoff (Suzuki) in second and Max Anstie (Yamaha) rounding off the podium in third.

Round four of the FIM Motocross World Championship takes place in the amazing landscape of the Dolomite mountain region in northern Italy in a fortnight. The series will gather for the Grand Prix of Trentino at Arco di Trento for the second year in succession and the first of two back-to-back events with the trip to Sevlievo in Bulgaria the following weekend.

HONDA RIDER COMMENTS:

Max Nagl:
Race Result: 4th/5th Championship position: 5th
“Difficult day. We had two bad starts again today. We are working hard on it but we haven’t found the solution. Yesterday was terrible but the team found a fix overnight and we practiced some starts on the test track; they were good but just not fast enough. Before we go to Arco we will have some tests with some upgrades. I was happy with my riding. I was smooth and had a good tactic when trying to pass other riders. Physically I found it tougher than Thailand. There was a strange heat out there and it was hard to survive. Anyway, two top fives and we are pushing for the podium; if you don't get the starts then you cannot be with the group.”

Evgeny Bobryshev:
Race Result: 5th/22nd Championship position: 9th
"The first race was fine and I had a good start. I rode my own pace but it was difficult. I was struggling with my ankle on the jump landings and in the corners. The second race was worse. I made a mistake and ran off the track but when I re-entered I lost the front end in the berm and fell down. Another rider behind me smashed into my ankle. I had so much pain. I tried to carry on and kept banging it. After some laps the pain was lowering but I stalled the bike at the end and lost time. It felt like everybody passed me and I was outside the top twenty. I’m really disappointed not to take any points. My strategy was to at least score something here. I haven’t ridden or trained much after Thailand, just been focussed on recovery. It was a poor second race but I have to look ahead. After talking with the doctor I will decide what to do: to be able to train or continue resting.”

Tim Gajser:
Race Result: 11th/3rd Championship position: 10th
“It was a great weekend even if it did not start so well. I crashed in the qualification race and finished twelfth. In the first moto I didn’t have much luck as I crashed again and was eleventh. It was not what I was hoping for. In the second race I had a really good start and was riding well. I’m sure I will take some confidence from this. The bike worked so good this weekend. It was a lot stronger and I was much happier.”

RESULTS

MXGP RACE 1 (16 laps = 24.992 Km)
POS / RIDER / NAT. / TEAM / MOTORCYCLE / TIME
1 / CAIROLI, Antonio / ITA / Red Bull KTM Factory Racing / KTM / 35:20.774
2 / VAN HOREBEEK, Jeremy / BEL / Yamaha Factory Racing / YAMAHA / 35:36.643
3 / DESALLE, Clement / BEL / Rockstar Energy Suzuki World MXGP / SUZUKI / 35:40.979
4 / NAGL, Maximilian / GER / Team HRC / HONDA / 35:44.159
5 / BOBRYSHEV, Evgeny / RUS / Team HRC / HONDA / 35:59.256
6 / PAULIN, Gautier / FRA / Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing / KAWASAKI / 36:00.942
7 / WATERS, Todd / AUS / Red Bull IceOne Husqvarna Factory racing / HUSQVARNA / 36:01.263
8 / ROELANTS, Joel / BEL / J-Race Racing Team / HONDA / 36:03.120
9 / PHILIPPAERTS, David / ITA / DP19 Racing Yamaha / YAMAHA / 36:09.564
10 / GONCALVES, Rui / POR / Bike It Yamaha Cosworth / YAMAHA / 36:11.015
11 / NICHOLLS, Jake / GBR / Wilvo Forkrent KTM / KTM / 36:15.771
12 / BOOG, Xavier / FRA / 24MX Honda Racing / HONDA / 36:22.404
13 / STRIJBOS, Kevin / BEL / Rockstar Energy Suzuki World MXGP / SUZUKI / 36:26.083
14 / FROSSARD, Steven / FRA / Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing / KAWASAKI / 36:27.824
15 / SIMPSON, Shaun / GBR / HMPlant KTM UK / KTM / 36:35.711
16 / GUARNERI, Davide / ITA / TM Ricci Racing / TM / 37:02.211
17 / RAUCHENECKER, Pascal / AUT / Red Bull IceOne Husqvarna Factory racing / HUSQVARNA / 37:06.559
18 / BALBI, Antonio / BRA / / Kawasaki / 37:09.775
19 / LEOK, Tanel / EST / TM Ricci Racing / TM / 35:22.309
20 / KARRO, Matiss / LAT / Wilvo Forkrent KTM KTM / KTM / 35:26.153
Fastest Lap: CAIROLI, Antonio; 2:00.551 in lap 6 with 46.646 Km/h

MXGP RACE 2 (16 laps = 24.992 Km)
POS / CLASS / RIDER / NAT. / TEAM / MOTORCYCLE / TIME
1 / CAIROLI, Antonio / ITA / Red Bull KTM Factory Racing / KTM / 35:51.801
2 / PAULIN, Gautier / FRA / Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing / Kawasaki / 35:57.051
3 / DESALLE, Clement / BEL / Rockstar Energy Suzuki World MXGP / Suzuki / 36:00.700
4 / VAN HOREBEEK, Jeremy / BEL / Yamaha Factory Racing / Yamaha / 36:03.887
5 / NAGL, Maximilian / GER / Team HRC / Honda / 36:08.810
6 / STRIJBOS, Kevin / BEL / Rockstar Energy Suzuki World MXGP / Suzuki / 36:12.599
7 / GONCALVES, Rui / POR / Bike It Yamaha Cosworth / Yamaha / 36:39.181
8 / KARRO, Matiss / LAT / Wilvo Forkrent KTM / KTM / 36:42.118
9 / FROSSARD, Steven / FRA / Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing / Kawasaki / 36:44.593
10 / WATERS, Todd / AUS / Red Bull IceOne Husqvarna / Husqvarna / 36:46.914
11 / ROELANTS, Joel / BEL / J-Race Racing Team / Honda / 36:53.472
12 / BOOG, Xavier / FRA / 24MX Honda Racing / Honda / 37:04.905
13 / SIMPSON, Shaun / GBR / HMPlant KTM UK / KTM / 37:05.569
14 / PHILIPPAERTS, David / ITA / DP19 Racing Yamaha / Yamaha / 37:26.521
15 / NICHOLLS, Jake / GBR / Wilvo Forkrent KTM / KTM / 37:28.118
16 / GUARNERI, Davide / ITA / TM Ricci Racing / TM / 37:37.772
17 / LEOK, Tanel / EST / TM Ricci Racing / TM / 37:39.595
18 / BRAKKE, Herjan / NED / Team CLS Kawasaki Monster Kawasaki / Kawasaki / 38:00.099
19 / JUSTS, Augusts / LAT / Latvia - Husqvarna Racing / Husqvarna / 38:13.006
20 / BALBI, Antonio / BRA / / Kawasaki / 35:55.651
Fastest Lap: CAIROLI, Antonio; 2:03.377 in lap 7 with 45.577 Km/h

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP POSITIONS:
Pos Rider Total
1 CAIROLI, Antonio 142, 2 PAULIN, Gautier 112, 3 VAN HOREBEEK, Jeremy 112, 4 DESALLE, Clement 111,
5 NAGL, Maximilian 110, 6 STRIJBOS, Kevin 73, 7 FROSSARD, Steven 68, 8 WATERS, Todd 68,
9 BOBRYSHEV, Evgeny 67, 10 ROELANTS, Joel 61, 11 GONCALVES, Rui 53,
12 BOOG, Xavier 49, 13 SIMPSON, Shaun 48, 14 GUARNERI, Davide 45,
15 PHILIPPAERTS, David 36, 16 NICHOLLS, Jake 32, 17 LEOK, Tanel 30,
18 SEARLE, Tommy 29, 19 KARRO, Matiss 28, 20 RAUCHENECKER, Pascal 14.

MX2 RACE 1 (16 laps = 24.992 Km)
POS / RIDER / NAT. / TEAM / MOTORCYCLE / TIME
1 / TONUS, Arnaud / SUI / Team CLS Kawasaki Monster Energy MX2 / Kawasaki / 35:30.500
2 / FERRANDIS, Dylan / FRA / Team CLS Kawasaki Monster Energy MX2 / Kawasaki / 35:44.121
3 / FEBVRE, Romain / FRA / Wilvo Nestaan Husqvarna Factory Racing / Husqvarna / 35:46.184
4 / ANSTIE, Max / GBR / Bike It Yamaha Cosworth / Yamaha / 35:47.172
5 / COLDENHOFF, Glenn / NED / Rockstar Energy Suzuki Europe / Suzuki / 35:57.401
6 / TONKOV, Aleksandr / RUS / Wilvo Nestaan Husqvarna Factory Racing / Husqvarna / 35:59.697
7 / GUILLOD, Valentin / SUI / Standing Construct KTM / KTM / 36:01.225
8 / PETROV, Petar / BUL / Kemea Yamaha Racing Team / Yamaha / 36:03.619
9 / BUTRON, Jose / ESP / KTM Silver Action / KTM / 36:06.451
10 / SEEWER, Jeremy / SUI / Rockstar Energy Suzuki Europe / Suzuki / 36:08.158
11 / GAJSER, Tim / SLO / Honda Gariboldi / Honda / 36:12.245
12 / TIXIER, Jordi / FRA / Red Bull KTM Factory Racing KTM / KTM / 36:21.888
13 / LIEBER, Julien / BEL / Rockstar Energy Suzuki Europe / Suzuki / 36:26.046
14 / STYKE, Luke / AUS / Kemea Yamaha Racing Team / Yamaha / 37:10.643
15 / POCOCK, Mel / GBR / HMPlant KTM UK / KTM / 37:22.260
16 / JUSTS, Roberts / LAT / Latvia - Husqvarna Racing / Husqvarna / 37:59.784
17 / COVINGTON, Thomas / USA / Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team / Kawasaki / 35:32.486
18 / YAMAMOTO, Kei / JPN / Honda Gariboldi / Honda / 35:50.161
19 / DOS SANTOS, Rodrigo Andrade / BRA / / TM / 36:11.334
20 / KLINGSHEIM, Magne / NOR / Bike It Yamaha Cosworth / Yamaha / 36:24.925
Fastest Lap: TONUS, Arnaud; 2:02.931 in lap 3 with 45.743 Km/h

MX2 RACE 2 (16 laps = 24.992 Km)
POS / RIDER / NAT. / TEAM / MOTORCYCLE / TIME
1 / COLDENHOFF, Glenn / NED / Rockstar Energy Suzuki Europe / Suzuki / 36:33.018
2 / TONUS, Arnaud / SUI / Team CLS Kawasaki Monster Energy MX2 / Kawasaki / 36:40.965
3 / GAJSER, Tim / SLO / Honda Gariboldi / Honda / 36:47.972
4 / ANSTIE, Max / GBR / Bike It Yamaha Cosworth / Yamaha / 36:52.801
5 / GUILLOD, Valentin / SUI / Standing Construct KTM / KTM / 36:54.887
6 / SEEWER, Jeremy / SUI / Rockstar Energy Suzuki Europe / Suzuki / 37:08.133
7 / TONKOV, Aleksandr / RUS / Wilvo Nestaan Husqvarna Factory Racing / Husqvarna / 37:13.233
8 / LUPINO, Alessandro / ITA / Team CLS Kawasaki Monster Energy MX2/ Kawasaki / 37:14.694
9 / BUTRON, Jose / ESP / KTM Silver Action / KTM / 37:15.340
10 / FERRANDIS, Dylan / FRA / Team CLS Kawasaki Monster Energy MX2/ Kawasaki / 37:17.825
11 / FEBVRE, Romain / FRA / Wilvo Nestaan Husqvarna Factory Racing / Husqvarna / 37:30.591
12 / TIXIER, Jordi / FRA / Red Bull KTM Factory Racing / KTM / 37:56.487
13 / POCOCK, Mel / GBR / HMPlant KTM UK / KTM / 38:16.994
14 / STYKE, Luke / AUS / Kemea Yamaha Racing Team / Yamaha / 38:25.280
15 / LIEBER, Julien / BEL / Rockstar Energy Suzuki Europe / Suzuki / 38:33.709
16 / JUSTS, Roberts / LAT / Latvia - Husqvarna Racing / Husqvarna / 38:35.740
17 / ASSUNCAO , Hector / BRA / / Honda / 38:38.846
18 / KLINGSHEIM, Magne / NOR / Bike It Yamaha Cosworth / Yamaha / 36:59.777
19 / YAMAMOTO, Kei / JPN / Honda Gariboldi / Honda / 37:01.353
20 / DOS SANTOS, Rodrigo Andrade / BRA / / TM / 37:01.860
Fastest Lap: COLDENHOFF, Glenn; 2:05.520 in lap 3 with 44.799 Km/h

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP POSITIONS:
Pos Rider Total
1 TONUS, Arnaud 112, 2 COLDENHOFF, Glenn 110, 3 FERRANDIS, Dylan 107,
4 HERLINGS, Jeffrey 97, 5 FEBVRE, Romain 96, 6 TONKOV, Aleksandr 87, 7 ANSTIE, Max 77,
8 TIXIER, Jordi 77, 9 BUTRON, Jose 74, 10 GAJSER, Tim 63, 11 GUILLOD, Valentin 59,
12 LUPINO, Alessandro 55, 13 SEEWER, Jeremy 47, 14 COVINGTON, Thomas 37, 15 POCOCK, Mel 37,
16 CHARLIER, Christophe 32, 17 LIEBER, Julien 32, 18 PETROV, Petar 31, 19 DESPREY, Maxime 22,
20 JUSTS, Roberts 20.

NEXT EVENT: ROUND04 APRIL 13, MXGP OF TRENTINO, ITALIA.

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