The Hub: MXGP of Russia

A convenient MXGP tool

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The FIM Motocross World Championship will resume in Russia over the next two days, as the sixth round will be held at the relatively new circuit of Orlyonok. Things are a little different this time around, however, as the races will be run on Monday and Tuesday! To learn more about how to follow that unique action, read on.

Entry Lists

MXGP

6

Benoit Paturel

7

Tanel Leok

12

Max Nagl

17

Jose Butron

21

Gautier Paulin

22

Kevin Strijbos

24

Shaun Simpson

25

Clement Desalle

27

Arminas Jasikonis

31

Luka Crnkovic

33

Julien Lieber

55

Graeme Irwin

77

Alessandro Lupino

84

Jeffrey Herlings

89

Jeremy Van Horebeek

91

Jeremy Seewer

93

Jonathan Bengtsson

99

Max Anstie

100

Tommy Searle

128

Ivo Monticelli

141

Maxime Desprey

152

Petar Petrov

191

Jaromir Romancik

222

Antonio Cairoli

243

Tim Gajser

259

Glenn Coldenhoff

300

Viacheslav Golovkin

411

Erki Kahro

461

Romain Febvre

550

Simon Mallet

555

Graeme Irwin

777

Evgeny Bobryshev

831

Tomasz Wysocki

Jeffrey Herlings is sixteen points ahead of Antonio Cairoli in MXGP (KTM Images/Ray Archer)

MX2

1

Pauls Jonass

10

Calvin Vlaanderen

14

Jed Beaton

18

Vsevolod Brylyakov

19

Thomas Kjer Olsen

29

Henry Jacobi

44

Morgan Lesiardo

46

Davy Pootjes

50

Sergey Kurashev

61

Jorge Prado

64

Thomas Covington

66

Iker Larranaga Olano

70

Ruben Fernandez

95

Simone Furlotti

102

Richard Sikyna

118

Stephen Rubini

161

Alvin Ostlund

172

Brent Van Doninck

193

Jago Geerts

297

Anton Gole

321

Samuele Bernardini

338

David Herbreteau

426

Conrad Mewse

747

Michele Cervellin

811

Adam Sterry

919

Ben Watson

Pauls Jonass has a fourteen-point cushion in the MX2 class (KTM Images/Ray Archer)

Timetables

Monday

09:45

EMX300 Time Practice

10:30

EMX250 Time Practice

11:30

MX2 Free Practice

12:00

MXGP Free Practice

13:00

EMX300 Moto One

14:00

MX2 Time Practice

14:40

MXGP Time Practice

16:25

MX2 Qualifying Race

17:10

MXGP Qualifying Race

17:55

EMX250 Moto Two

Tuesday

09:45

EMX300 Moto Two

10:25

MX2 Warm Up

10:45

MXGP Warm Up

11:30

EMX250 Moto Two

13:15

MX2 Moto One

14:15

MXGP Moto One

16:10

MX2 Moto Two

17:10

MXGP Moto Two

The start is going to be a major part of the MXGP battle (KTM Images/Ray Archer)

Standings

MXGP

1st

Jeffrey Herlings

241

2nd

Antonio Cairoli

225

3rd

Romain Febvre

169

4th

Clement Desalle

165

5th

Gautier Paulin

147

6th

Glenn Coldenhoff

140

7th

Jeremy Van Horebeek

132

8th

Tim Gajser

113

9th

Jeremy Seewer

110

10th

Max Nagl

88

MX2

1st

Pauls Jonass

216

2nd

Jorge Prado

202

3rd

Thomas Kjer Olsen

185

4th

Ben Watson

141

5th

Jed Beaton

129

6th

Vsevolod Brylyakov

115

7th

Conrad Mewse

100

8th

Hunter Lawrence

99

9th

Calvin Vlaanderen

97

10th

Henry Jacobi

96

Vsevolod Brylyakov will undoubtedly have a demanding weekend (KTM Images/Ray Archer)

Information

– Unfortunately, due to some issues, the MX Vice team have not made it to Russia, which means there will be no live updates this weekend. Could they be done from the television? Sure. That is not the service that we aim to provide though. Either something gets done right or not at all, as the goal is to never shortchange our followers.

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– How can you watch the action from Russia? MXGP-TV will have the qualifying races live, as well as the motos and some bonus content. It costs a small amount, but is more than worth it now that all of the previous races are archived. There is more than enough content on there to keep you entertained.

– Rain spoiled the Russian event last year, but that is not on the cards at all this time around. It will be just over twenty degrees on Monday and Tuesday, so not ridiculously hot, with bright blue skies the whole time. Expect a hard-baked circuit!

– Everybody in Russia is two hours ahead of the United Kingdom, which means that they are three in front of those in mainland Europe. Ten hours is the difference between California and Krasnodar, the area of Russia that the Grand Prix is being held at, and Floridians are seven hours behind. What about Australians in Sydney? Aussie fans are seven hours in front.

Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: Yamaha Racing

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