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Entry Lists: Junior WC

It’s almost time for the upcoming stars to shine!

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FUNCHAL (Portugal), 26 June 2015 – Here are the official entry lists for the 2015 FIM Junior Motocross World Championship and European Open 65cc Championship which is set to take place at the circuit of El Molar in Spain on the weekend of July 19th.

Entry list – 65cc – Over 50cc to 65cc 2-stroke

Nr Rider Nat. Fed. MOTORCYCLE Team
5 EVANS Morgan GBR ACU KTM
11 GUTHRIE Vinnie GBR ACU KTM
14 ROGISTER Tom FRA FFM KTM
18 BEIJER Sem NED KNMV KTM
27 GUTIERREZ SOLIS Pablo ESP RFME KTM
31 HAKAMATA Tetsuya JPN MFJ KTM
38 KOVACS Adam Zsolt HUN MAMS KTM JD 191 KTM RACING TEAM
72 EVERTS Liam BEL FMB KTM
111 JONES Alfie GBR ACU
115 BELTRAN David ESP RFME KTM
116 PRATT Ben GBR ACU KTM
207 CAZAL Xavier FRA FFM KTM
221 RAMOS CASASOLA Jorge ESP RFME KTM
247 MIOT Florian FRA FFM KTM
252 SANCHEZ GARCIA Raul ESP RFME KTM
312 FERRE FERRAN ESP RFME KTM
316 KRISMANN Tejy FRA FFM KTM
322 PRUGNIERES Quentin FRA FFM KTM
333 PAVLIV Ilya RUS MFR
365 MONNE VILES Adrià ESP RFME KTM
373 CANET Edgar ESP RFME KTM
423 KARSSEMAKERS Kay NED KNMV KTM
437 VENHODA Martin CZE ACCR
509 MOENS Yoran BEL FMB KTM
525 VETROVSKY Radek CZE ACCR KTM
589 TIMMIS Bradd-Lee GBR ACU
743 LUSIS Roberts LAT LaMSF KTM
757 VOPILOV Matvey RUS MFR KTM
790 VOROBYOV Kirill RUS MFR
797 OSMOLOVSKIY Zakhar RUS MFR

Entry List – 85cc – Over 65cc to 85cc 2-stroke

Nr Rider Nat. Fed. MOTORCYCLE Team
4 STAUFFER Marcel AUT OeAMTC KTM
11 HOFER Rene AUT OeAMTC KTM
12 PAMIAS ROIG Marc ESP RFME KTM
20 DORMEHL Cayle RSA MSA KTM
22 BUDD Rhys AUS MA KTM
23 SARASSO Tommaso ITA FMI KTM
25 WECKMAN Emil FIN SML HONDA
31 KRAUS Radim CZE ACCR KTM
32 MITCHELL Calum GBR ACU KTM
39 FLORIAN Lion GER DMSB KTM
47 MALKIEWICZ Bailey AUS MA HUSQVARNA
50 PIHLAK Egert EST EMF
53 GUEVARA Axel ECU FEM TM
58 DOROW Cameron RSA MSA KTM
61 DUFFY Regan AUS MA KTM
73 MUÑOZ Hardy CHI FMC TM
77 BENISTAN Thibault FRA FFM HUSQVARNA
94 SCUTERI Emilio ITA FMI KTM
101 CLARK Ben GBR ACU KTM
111 STRUK Samuel SVK SMF KTM
119 MATEJEC Jiri CZE ACCR KTM
121 CANTOURNET Pierre FRA FFM HUSQVARNA
122 KAMODA Kakeru JPN MFJ KTM
161 GRIMSHAW Tom GBR ACU HUSQVARNA
173 MAKS Mausser SLO AMZS KTM
220 GIUZIO Raffaele ITA FMI KTM
224 BRACERAS David ESP RFME KAWASAKI BUDRACING KAWASAKI MONSTER TEAM
225 MOREAU Brian FRA FFM KAWASAKI
232 CAPUZZO Mattia ITA FMI HUSQVARNA
244 MIGUEL HERNANSANZ Alejandro ESP RFME HUSQVARNA
270 GUYON Tom FRA FFM TM
282 MANRIQUE AGUDO Rafael ESP RFME SUZUKI
284 BOVA John AUS MA KTM
294 FACCA Alessandro ITA FMI KTM MARCHETTI RACING TEAM KTM
312 OLIVER VILAR Oriol ESP RFME KAWASAKI
313 POLAK Petr CZE ACCR KTM
368 NILSSON Samuel ESP RFME KTM
401 DANKERS Raivo NED KNMV KTM
403 BOEGH DAMM Bastian DEN DMU KAWASAKI
426 BIELEN Glenn BEL FMB KAWASAKI
427 STEHLIK Daniel CZE ACCR KTM
443 VESTERINEN Matias FIN SML KTM
448 COLLINGS Adam GBR ACU KTM
468 OLSSON Filip SWE SVEMO KTM
472 ELZINGA Rick NED KNMV KTM
481 MEUWISSEN Raf NED KNMV KTM
497 NAGY Anton SWE SVEMO KTM
505 LÜNING Arvid SWE SVEMO KTM
520 VAN DER KLIJ Brian NED KNMV KAWASAKI
527 TRICCO Jake CAN CMA YAMAHA
536 MILLS Christopher GBR ACU KTM
611 PENT Allar EST EMF
722 HAARUP Mikkel DEN DMU KTM
730 PETRASHIN Timur RUS MFR KTM
737 SUNA Kristers Krists LAT LaMSF KTM
777 OZOLINS Ralfs Edgars LAT LaMSF HUSQVARNA
799 TALVIKU Jörgen-Matthias EST EMF

Entry List – 125cc – Over 100cc to 125cc 2-stroke

Nr Rider Nat. Fed. MOTORCYCLE Team
3 CISLAGHI Davide ITA FMI TM
5 MLIMI Joshua RSA MSA KTM
10 VAN EEDEN Charl RSA MSA
12 GRIGG-PETTITT George GBR ACU KTM
15 PERALES BOGUÑA Angel ESP RFME KTM
17 POZNIAK Cooper AUS MA KTM
19 ZANOTTI Andrea SMR FSM YAMAHA
20 KOLAJA Ladislav CZE ACCR HUSQVARNA
22 FACCHETTI Gianluca ITA FMI KTM
23 WINTER Martin GER DMSB KTM
24 HORGMO Kevin NOR NMF KTM
32 SALA SEGURA Jordi ESP RFME KTM
33 NATZKE Josiah NZL FMB KTM
34 TEGURI Masashi JPN MFJ SUZUKI
35 LENTINI Alessandro ITA FMI HUSQVARNA
39 VAN DE MOOSDIJK Roan NED KNMV HUSQVARNA
41 BROWN Alexander GBR ACU KTM
44 MEWSE Conrad GBR ACU KTM
46 LAWRENCE Hunter AUS MA YAMAHA
49 GREEN Callum GBR ACU HUSQVARNA
51 KALEJS Karlis LAT LaMSF HUSQVARNA
61 PRADO Jorge ESP RFME KTM
62 SNIKERS Arnolds LAT LaMSF YAMAHA
70 FERNÁNDEZ GARCIA Rubén ESP RFME KTM
83 RENKENS Nathan BEL FMB KTM
93 GEERTS Jago BEL FMB KTM
101 BARCZEWSKI Jakub POL PZM KTM
102 SIKYNA Richard SVK SMF KTM MX SLOVAKIA
105 GENOT Cyril BEL FMB HUSQVARNA
111 ENGLUND Eric SWE SVEMO KTM
114 VONDRÁŠEK Martin CZE ACCR KTM JD 191 RACING TEAM
118 RUBINI Stephen FRA FFM
122 VAN ROY Mathias BEL FMB KTM
124 TERESAK Jakub CZE ACCR KTM
136 VAN KRAAIJ Noud NED KNMV KTM
144 LESIARDO Morgan ITA FMI TM
146 CANNELLA Marco CAN CMA YAMAHA
147 SIHVONEN Miro FIN SML KTM
172 BOISRAME Mathys FRA FFM YAMAHA
199 TALVIKU Tamur EST EMF
200 ZONTA Filippo ITA FMI HUSQVARNA
222 CASSANO Benjamin ARG CAMOD YAMAHA
234 BUBNI? Miha SLO AMZS KTM
253 PANCAR Jan SLO AMZS YAMAHA
277 SANTIN DE ARTEAGA Alex ESP RFME KTM
292 GAMBOA MONTERO Alex ESP RFME KTM
379 WALKER Dee-Jay GBR ACU KTM
411 CHETNICKI Gabriel POL PZM
472 MEIER Glen DEN DMU KTM
501 OLIVER Roger ESP RFME HUSABERG
511 TÖKÖLY Sebastián SVK SMF KTM
615 KAIMER Rait EST EMF
692 KARLSSON Danne SWE SVEMO HUSQVARNA
757 ZUKS Rainers LAT LaMSF HUSQVARNA
786 VÖRÖS Xavér SVK SMF KTM
800 GEORGIEV Georgi BUL MFMA SUZUKI
888 PANCAR Milec SLO AMZS HUSQVARNA
919 SIMONSSON Christian SWE SVEMO YAMAHA
945 BOURDON Anthony FRA FFM YAMAHA
959 RENAUD Maxime FRA FFM YAMAHA
998 CAMACHO VAZQUÉZ Joaquín ESP RFME HUSQVARNA

Words: Youthstream | Image: KTM/J.P Acevedo

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Impressive Second for Benistant at MXGP of Trentino as Bonacorsi Delivers Career-Best Result

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Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MX2’s Thibault Benistant returned to form at round four of the MX2 World Championship with an impressive runner-up finish at the MXGP of Trentino. Adding to the team’s success in Pietramurata, Italy, was Andrea Bonacorsi, who delivered a stunning career-best result of sixth overall in front of his home crowd. At the same time, Rick Elzinga put in a hard-charge for ninth overall.

In Race One, Benistant got off to a great start and ran third before passing Sascha Coenen on Lap 12. Continuing to ride with a high pace, the French sensation closed in on the eventual race winner, Kay de Wolf, during the final laps of the race and crossed the line just under four seconds adrift of victory.

Another strong start in Race Two saw Benistant quickly engage in a battle for a place on the podium. Holding fifth until just past the halfway point of the race, Benistant capitalised on a mistake by Mikkel Haarup and moved into fourth. From there, the 198 chased home his teammate Bonacorsi and secured fourth for second overall. As a result, he has regained third position in the MX2 Championship Standings.

Bonacorsi, spurred on by his passionate home crowd, delivered a career-best race and overall result in Pietramurata. Despite having a rider fall in front of him at turn one, the 20-year-old put in a spirited ride through the field to finish 12th in Race One.

In Race Two, ‘Bona’ emerged from the first corner in second and immediately gave chase to the early leader. After slipping to third on lap seven, he maintained his impressive pace and kept the position to the flag. Following his breakout ride, Bonacorsi maintains 12th in the championship chase, but has closed the gap to the top 10.

One week on from his impressive sixth-place finish in Sardinia, Elzinga carried that same speed and momentum into round four and placed fourth in Race One. An unfortunate crash at the start of Race Two gave the Dutchman a lot of work to do on a circuit that proved challenging to pass on. Maintaining his razor sharp focus, the 44 fought back to 13th, which was enough to maintain ninth position in the MX2 Championship Standings.

The next round of the FIM Motocross World Championship will take place in Agueda, Portugal, on the weekend of May 5th.

Click here for all the results from the MXGP of Trentino.

Thibault Benistant

 2nd MXGP of Trentino, 40-points

 3rd MX2 Championship Standings, 148-points

“It wasn’t an easy weekend for me despite being on the box. I rode well, but there is still room for improvement and to show what I am really capable of. I know my speed can be better. Of course, I’m happy to finally be on the podium for the first time this year; it’s a big step in the right direction. But I want more, so we will keep working. It’s still a long season.”

Andrea Bonacorsi

 6th MXGP of Trentino, 29-points

 12th MX2 Championship Standings, 83-points

“Today I was able to show what I can do with a good start. I know I can run up front in MX2 and I proved that I can in race two. I’m really proud of myself with sixth overall and now we’ll keep working and focus on the next race in Portugal.”

Rick Elzinga

 9th MXGP of Trentino, 26-points

 9th MX2 Championship Standings, 110-points

“I’m not a ‘hard-pack’ rider, but I tend to ride well here. I felt good on the bike all weekend and put in a really good ride in Race One after making a mistake. I really pushed and made it all the way up to fourth. So, I was happy with that. In the second one I had another good start but in turn one a few of us crashed and my bike got tangled with another rider. It took two laps to catch the pack, but I kept pushing and ended up in 13th. My speed is good, and I’m happy with my riding, so we’ll keep working ahead of Portugal.”

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The MX Vice SMX Review Show Episode #22 – Lars Lindstrom

HRC Boss talks about their amazing 2023 season

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In 2023, MX Vice is running a regular SMX Review show, where we talk all things AMA, frequently with a star guest or pundit. This time Ben & Brad are joined by Honda HRC USA Team Manager Lars Lindstrom, talking about the red team’s amazing 2023 season, his time as Chad Reed’s mechanic, and his riders’ plans for the Motocross of Nations!


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Lars (crouching with his arm on the front fender) has enjoyed a great year with his team in 2023

Massive thanks to Lars for joining us and we wish you and your team all the best for the rest of the year!

This podcast was recorded prior to the Washougal National, so apologies for the delay and for the few sound issues.  None of these were caused by Lars or his systems. Enjoy the podcast!



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Live Results – AMA Pro Motocross Round 6 – Southwick

Practice Times & Race Results from The Wick

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The action is underway at Southwick for round six of the AMA Pro Motocross series. Will Jett Lawrence dominate again, and how will Hunter fare after his issues at RedBud?

Featured Image: HRC Honda

This page will have all of the results from The Wick. The results are posted in an easy-to-view fashion, with the latest results at the very top of the page. If you do not immediately see the most recent results, hit the refresh button in the top-right corner and then the issue should be rectified.

450 Updated Championship Classification

450 Overall Results

450 Moto Two

250 Updated Championship Classification

250 Overall Results

They said the sand might suit him! Tom Vialle takes his first overall win in the USA, and the 250 wildness continues through the pack as the red plate changes hands for the first time in either class this summer!

250 Moto 2

450 Moto 1

250 Moto 1

450 Consolation Race

Just for British fans, SC Sporthomes Husqvarna rider Charlie Putnam finished 19th in the Consolation Race after not making the cut in Qualifying.

250 Combined Qualifying Times


450 Combined Qualifying Times



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