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The Pre-Entry List: Oldebroek

Entries for round two.

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A majority of the Grand Prix stars will head to Oldebroek in The Netherlands this weekend, as the second round of the Dutch Masters of Motocross will run. There are some great names in each class, as per usual, so it is worth perusing the entry lists. Jeffrey Herlings is obviously the favourite in the premier division.

MX1

2

Michel Hoenson

5

Roy van Heugten

6

Ian van der Kolk

9

Rene Rannikko

11

Terry Beth

13

Nolan Cordens

16

Mike Bouwmeester

19

Ken De Dycker

20

Yentel Martens

21

Gautier Paulin

22

Kevin Strijbos

24

Shaun Simpson

27

Freek Slapak

32

Wessel Bosch

34

Mathias Gryning

37

Maik Wedage

41

Filip Bengtsson

45

Mike Gijsbertsen

47

Bram van den Hoek

48

Roy Hoeijmakers

52

Davey Janssen

53

Greg Smets

61

Lars Looman

64

Dietger Damiaens

77

Alessandro Lupino

79

Jaap Corneth

84

Jeffrey Herlings

92

Tom Macuks

93

Jonathan Bengtsson

96

Rico Staat

99

Max Anstie

105

Manolis Kritikos

107

Lars van Berkel

132

Jarno Derks

141

Maxime Desprey

149

Dennis Ullrich

150

Sven te Dorsthorst

151

Harri Kullas

154

Dani de Vries

185

Stefan Ekerold

192

John Cuppen

200

Rene Boer

211

Jesse van Leeuwen

212

Jeffrey Dewulf

217

Treun Cooijmans

253

Damien van Erkelens

259

Glenn Coldenhoff

289

Fabian Pries

311

Heikki Geens

314

Tim Munchhofen

315

Gianluca Ecca

329

Luca Nijenhuis

334

Kevin Kieft

336

Rayner Hofhuis

377

Jory Hengeveld

461

Romain Febvre

595

Cedric Grobben

671

Santtu Tiainen

853

Nino Dekker

991

Victor Fahlen

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Jeffrey Herlings enters the premier division as the heavy favourite.

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MX2

8

Omar Baloglu

10

Calvin Vlaanderen

11

Mikkel Haarup

14

Jed Beaton

18

Vsevolod Brylyakov

27

Christopher Mills

29

Sander Agard-Michelsen

32

Marcel Conijn

34

Micha-Boy De Waal

38

Karl Timmerman

39

Roan van de Moosdijk

40

Jonatan Mattsson

41

Caleb Grothues

46

Davy Pootjes

53

Dylan Walsh

56

Marshal Weltin

64

Thomas Covington

70

Ruben Fernandez

75

Hardi Roosiorg

78

Tom Meijer

80

Ken Bengtsson

88

Freek van der Vlist

89

Rico Lommers

92

Youri van Ende

121

Mitchel van den Essenburg

132

Karel Kutsar

145

Jeroen Bussink

147

Miro Sihvonen

148

Robert Fobbe

172

Brent Van Doninck

173

Jakob Kjer Nielsen

188

Joshua van der Linden

193

Jago Geerts

228

Lars Griekspoor

240

Kevin Horgmo

249

Michael van Wezel

264

Jascha Berg

282

Hampus Kahrle

365

Nikolaj Skovgaard Christensen

371

Koen Gouwenberg

377

Nichlas Bjrerregaard

403

Bastian Boegh Damm

464

Rasmuss Hakansson

472

Glen Meier

474

Twan van Essen

485

Kim Savaste

511

Steven Clarke

517

Nick Horsten

527

Ben Kobbelt

537

Damian Wedage

726

Rob Windt

811

Adam Sterry

919

Ben Watson

921

Jesper Gangfors

933

Damian Kojs

991

Szymon Staszkiewicz

994

Thallon Caspermans

Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: Husqvarna/J.P Acevedo

Dutch Masters

Excitement at its peak for the title battle in the MX2 class at Dutch Masters Markelo

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One thing is certain and that is that it will be very exciting in the 250 class this Sunday at the final of the Dutch Masters of Motocross in Markelo. Cas Valk is in the lead, but his lead over Rick Elzinga is only four points.

Both riders come from the Markelo region and want to win the title in front of their own audience. Will it be Valk who will take his first 250 title or will Elzinga win his second title in this class. We’ll know next Sunday!

The field of riders will be strengthened in Markelo with the participation of the Frenchman Thibault Benistant, who also managed to win the previous race in Oldebroek.

The title will not only be decided in the 250 class, because Timo Heuver, Gyan Doensen and Jeffrey Herlings also do not want to give up their leading positions.

Come to Markelo this Sunday and see with your own eyes who will win the titles. For more information, please visit www.dutchmastersofmotocross.nl

Photocredits – Ray Archer / Fullspectrum Media

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A new hernia for Davy Pootjes

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Davy Pootjes will have another operation on his back on Thursday. Read below to find out what’s going on.

“The plan was to ride in Oldebroek. Unfortunately I got bad pain in my back again, the same as last year. I immediately had a new scan made and unfortunately I have a new hernia at exactly the same place. Tomorrow I’m going to have surgery. We’ll have to wait and see how that will go.”

MX Vice wishes Davy a speedy recovery!

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Antonio Cairoli: Writing MXGP’s Legend !

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With nine world championship titles to his nameCairoli is one of the most decorated riders in the history of motocross. His longevity at the highest level, coupled with his consistency and unwavering dedication, puts him among the best of the sport.

Beyond his on-track successes, Cairoli is also appreciated for his humility, kindness, and commitment to his fans. Always approachable and genuine, he embodies the values of motocross with elegance and respect. His influence extends far beyond the confines of race tracks, inspiring a generation of young riders to pursue their dreams.

In Cairoli, we find not just a champion, but a symbol of motocross, a legacy of perseverancepassion, and excellence.

DO YOU WANT TO KNOW WHAT TRULY SETS ANTONIO CAIROLI APART AS A LEGEND ?
Not need to ask…

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Antonio Cairoli‘s story begins in Sicily, where he was born. From a young age, he developed a fiery passion for two wheels, riding motocross bikes barely larger than himself through fields and countryside trails.

His ascent to the top was marked by a string of impressive victories and challenges he overcame. As he climbed the ranks of professional motocross, Cairoli displayed exceptional skill, gracefully navigating through natural obstacles and the toughest competitors. His aggressive yet fluid riding style earned him the respect of his peers and the admiration of fans worldwide.

The MXGP-TV team

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