Results from Final Round of MX World Championship 2011

Results from final round of MX World Championship 2011

MX1 & MX2 Results at GP of Italy - Fermo

 

MX1 Results

1, Gaultier Paulin, France, Yamaha

2, Christophe Pourcel, France, Kawasaki

3, Jonathan Barragan, Spain, Kawasaki

4, Kevin Strijbos, Belgium, Suzuki

5, Xavier Boog, France, Kawasaki

OTHER KTM

15, Matthias Walkner, Austria, KTM

Max Nagl, DNF Race 1, DNS Race 2 (broken scaphoid injury forced Max’s retirement in the first moto

Note: As already announced by Red Bull Teka KTM, Tony Cairoli, the MX1 World champion, did not compete in Fermo this weekend due to a family bereavement.

 

MX1 Standings

1, Tony Cairoli, Italy, KTM, 596  [MX1 World Champion 2011 – title settled last week]

2, Steven Frossard, France, Yamaha, 472

2, Clement Desalle, Belgium, Suzuki, 461

4, Evgeny Bobryshev, Russia, Honda 444

5, Max Nagl, Germany, KTM, 439

 

MX1 Manufacturers’ Standings

1, KTM, 630

2, Yamaha, 595

3, Suzuki, 562

 

MX2 Results

1, Jeffrey Herlings, Netherlands, KTM

2, Tommy Searle, UK, Kawasaki

3, Max Anstie, UK, Kawasaki

4, Arnaud Tonus, Switzerland, Yamaha

5, Nicolas Aubin, France, KTM

Other KTM

6, Pascal Rauchenecker, Austria, KTM

7, Jose Butron, Spain, KTM

8, Jordi Tixier, France, KTM

9, Jake Nicholls, UK, KTM

11, Ken Roczen, Germany, KTM

16, Even Heibye, Norway, KTM

KTM's Ken Roczen, MX2 world champion garaged his KTM 250 SX -F this weekend and competed on a KTM 125!!  Finished fifth in first moto but crashed and had a DNF in the second.

 

MX2 Standings

1, Ken Roczen, Germany, KTM, 651  [MX2 World Champion 2011 – titled settled last round in Gaildorf, Germany]

2, Jeffrey Herlings, Netherlands, KTM, 632

3, Tommy Searle, UK, Kawasaki, 573

4, Gautier Paulin, France, Yamaha, 458

5, Arnaud Tonus, Switzerland, Yamaha 427

Other KTM

7, Nicholas Aubin, France, KTM, 304

10, Joel Roelants, Belgium, KTM, 253

11, Jake Nicholls, UK, KTM, 229

13, Jordi Tixier, France, KTM, 213

14, Jose Butron, Spain, KTM, 172

 

MX2 Manufacturers’ Standings

1, KTM, 733

2, Kawasaki, 622

3, Yamaha, 561

 

EMX 125 Results in Italy

1, Tim Gajser, Slovenia, KTM

2, Jeremy Seewer, Switzerland, Suzuki

3, Simone Zecchina, Italy, Suzuki

4, Damon Graulus, Belgium, KTM

5, Brent van Doninck, Belgium, KTM

Other KTM

6, Ryan Houghton, UK, KTM

9, Alessio Della Mora, Italy, KTM

11, Luca Moroni, Italy, KTM

13, Dave Versluis, Netherlands, KTM

15, Mathias Plessers, Belgium, KTM

16, Tommaso Vendramini, Italy, KTM

 

EMX 125 Standings After Round 6

1, Simone Zecchina, Italy, Suzuki 250

2, Tim Gajser, Slovenia, KTM 226

3, Jeremy Seewer, Switzerland, Suzuki 207

4, Samuele Bernardini, Italy, KTM 185

5, Damon Graulus, Belgium, KTM 170

Other KTM

6, James Dunn, UK, KTM 152

7, Brent van Doninck, Belgium, KTM 152

8, Luca Moroni, Italy, KTM 128

10, Dave Versluis, Netherlands, KTM 93

11, Vsevolod Brylyakov, Russia, KTM 87

12, Ryan Houghton, UK, KTM 82

13, Mathias Plessers, Belgium, KTM 74

15, Alessio Della Mora, Italy, KTM 55

EMX 125 Manufacturers’ Standings

1, KTM 291

2, Suzuki 259

3, Yamaha 137

 

US News: Red Bull KTM’s Marvin Musquin finished the AMA MX outdoor season with flair with another third place podium at the Pala Raceway in California on Saturday. It was Marvin’s second podium in the last two rounds and ends his injury-plagued the season on a high note.

 

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