THE MOTOCROSS AND SUPERCROSS NEWS FEED 2021 #3

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COMMUNIQUÉ DE PRESSE A Paris, le 10 septembre 2021

SIDE-CAR CROSS DES NATIONS :
MODIFICATION DE LA COMPOSITION DE L’ÉQUIPE DE FRANCE
 Suite à sa récente blessure, Jocelyn Chanteloup, passager de Romaric Chanteloup, a dû déclarer forfait pour l’épreuve de Side-Car Cross des Nations qui se déroulera les 2 et 3 octobre à Gueugnon Sainte-Radegonde (71).

La Fédération Française de Motocyclisme a sélectionné le multiple Champion de France et Champion du Monde de Side-Car Cross, Nicolas Musset en remplacement de celui-ci au sein de l’Équipe de France. 
ÉQUIPE DE FRANCE DE SIDE-CAR CROSS

Killian PRUNIER/Evan PRUNIER
Romaric CHANTELOUP/Nicolas MUSSET
Thomas HAMARD/Alexandre TOURBIER

COMMUNIQUÉ DE PRESSE A Paris, le 9 septembre 2021

MOTOCROSS DES NATIONS :
BENOÎT PATUREL REMPLACE MARVIN MUSQUIN EN ÉQUIPE DE FRANCE
 Testé positif au Covid-19 fin août et absent du Championnat Américain de Motocross depuis l’épreuve d’Ironman, Marvin Musquin est toujours très affaibli physiquement par le virus. Par conséquent, nous sommes au regret d’annoncer le forfait de Marvin pour le Motocross des Nations à Mantova (Italie) les 25 et 26 septembre prochains. Marvin était motivé et heureux de retrouver la sélection française, nous lui souhaitons un bon rétablissement et espérons le retrouver en pleine forme rapidement.
Il sera remplacé par Benoît Paturel qui s’alignera dans la catégorie MXGP avec le numéro 13.
A 26 ans, Benoît intègre donc pour la deuxième fois de sa carrière l’Equipe de France après son épopée victorieuse à Maggiora en 2016 aux côtés de Romain Febvre et Gautier Paulin.
Pilote du Team Honda SR Motoblouz depuis cette saison, Benoît a signé son retour en compétition lors du Championnat de France Élite de Motocross à Magescq (40) le 29 août dernier avec un podium d’épreuve à la clé. Sur le front du Championnat du Monde de Motocross MXGP, le pilote est allé chercher ses premiers points de la saison en Turquie ce mercredi, il est sur une forme ascendante et est enfin débarassé de ses soucis de santé.

La Fédération Française de Motocyclisme a toute confiance en ses trois représentants tricolores et sera pleinement investie à leurs côtés lors de cette 74ème édition du Motocross des Nations.
ÉQUIPE DE FRANCE EN LICE AU MOTOCROSS DES NATIONS :

Benoît Paturel (catégorie MXGP)
Tom Vialle (catégorie MX2)
Mathys Boisramé (catégorie OPEN)Troisième du Championnat du Monde de Motocross MX2 en 2016, Benoît Paturel évolue en catégorie MXGP depuis 2018 (Crédit photo : Mediacross).

Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team MXGP Press release Romain Febvre second du Mondial MXGP à mi-saison
Romain Febvre a repris la seconde place du championnat du Monde MXGP pour le compte du Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team, à l’issue du Grand Prix d’Afyon qui marquait le cap de la mi saison.

Manquant de peu le holeshot de la première manche sur le circuit d’Afyonkarahisar légèrement modifié depuis dimanche dernier, Romain allait de suite se positionner en seconde position, entouré de ses principaux rivaux au championnat. Sur ce circuit piégeux tous savait qu’une erreur se paierait cher, et le leader de la course fut le premier à chuter dès le cinquième tour, laissant la première place au pilote Kawasaki. La piste étant libre devant lui Romain allait contenir ses rivaux, la pression se faisant de plus en plus forte à l’approche de la fin de course ; une petite erreur dans le dernier tour, alors que la victoire semblait assurée, allait reléguer Romain en quatrième position à l’arrivée. Son second départ sera moins percutant, puisque la Kawasaki #3 pointera sixième au premier virage ; passant très vite cinquième derrière ses quatre rivaux pour le titre, Romain franchira la ligne d’arrivée dans cette position. Quatrième du GP, il reprend la seconde place du championnat, qui se poursuivra en Sardaigne le 22 de ce mois. Rentré de son côté en Italie mardi matin, Ivo Monticelli va passer dans les jours qui viennent les examens pour son épaule.

Romain Febvre : « Je suis vraiment déçu d’avoir gâché ma journée avec cette chute. Après la chute de Prado j’ai mené toute la manche, avant de chuter à mon tour peu avant l’arrivée. J’ai perdu une belle opportunité de gagner une manche et de reprendre des points à mes rivaux, franchissant la ligne d’arrivée quatrième. En seconde manche mon départ fut moyen ; au début de la manche j’ai eu un bon feeling, puis au fur et à mesure que le temps passait je me suis senti fatigué. Dimanche j’étais malade et je n’ai pas eu le temps de bien récupérer entre les deux GP. Je rate le podium en me classant quatrième, mais j’ai encore pris de bons points dans les deux manches et les positions restent serrées. Maintenant je rentre à la maison, le premier objectif sera de récupérer physiquement puis de se préparer pour les prochains GP. »

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Herlings and Vialle strike again in Turkey with MXGP and MX2 victory

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HERLINGS AND VIALLE STRIKE AGAIN IN TURKEY WITH MXGP AND MX2 VICTORY MXGP 2021 Round 9 of 17, Afyon (TUR)

MXGP remained in Afyonkarahisar for the second Grand Prix in Turkey this season and the second race this week. Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Jeffrey Herlings and Tom Vialle triumphed again around the Afyon circuit for what was the ninth meeting of the 2021 FIM MXGP Motocross World Championship.

– Herlings goes 1-2 for second GP win in four days, the third of 2021 and the 93rd of his career- Cairoli earns his fifth podium finish of the season with 3rd place and 177 in total since 2004- Two holeshots for Jorge Prado but first moto crash proves costly for the Spaniard- Tom Vialle earns third MX2 win of the year his second in Turkey as Guadagnini takes 3rd place 

Afyon drew the MXGP series to the midway point with another outing around the fast, flat and modern facility located on the outskirts of the Afyonkarahisar. Hot sunshine and a light breeze guaranteed stable racing conditions for the hard-pack that was rutty and bumpy in sections and slick in others.

MXGP Jeffrey Herlings clocked his fifth Pole Position of 2021 in Timed Practice. The Dutchman now has more than double the next nearest rider. Herlings was part of a breakaway quartet in the first moto with holeshotting teammate Jorge Prado holding the lead for 4 of 19 laps until the Spaniard crashed at the beginning of Sector 2 and would remount to finish 21st. Herlings circulated behind Romain Febvre and with Tim Gajser in close company as Tony Cairoli made up a lot of time from 10th to join the trio by the last two circulations. As Febvre made a mistake on the final lap Herlings was there to seize the moment and won the moto from an energetic Cairoli by just half a second. 

The second moto was more dispersed. Tim Gajser escaped Herlings’ attentions in the later phase of the race and Cairoli won a close duel with Prado for 3rd place. Herlings’ 2nd place allowed the 26-year-old to win for the second time this week in Turkey and move up to 4th in the world championship, just 34 points behind Gasjer and the red plate. Cairoli made the box with his 2-3 and is 3rd in the standings. Prado was able to recover some points for 4th in the second moto but slips to 5th in the table and 40 points adrift.

Jeffrey Herlings:“I started the day strong with Pole Position and it was important to be on the inside of the gate here, especially against Jorge! The first race was good, and busy! I could not really attack because I had Tim [Gajser] behind me and I had to defend my line but at the same time I had a bit more speed on Romain [Febvre]. It was so hard to pass on this track. I managed to hold second until the last lap but then Romain made a mistake and I had the win handed to me, so it was a bit of a gift. In the second moto I was looking for lines but again I had to defend and attack at the same time with Jorge and Tim. Tim was faster the second moto. I was struggling a bit with grip. The track got hard and slick and I had a few sketchy moments so at one point I decided to settle for second and minimize the risk. I knew I had the GP win, my 93rd. It’s been a good day and two good races here in Turkey. I want to thank Red Bull KTM for the great bike they gave me.” Tony Cairoli“Today I felt a bit better from the Timed Practice, which has been hard for me lately and also makes the starts more difficult. I was a bit too wide in the first turn for both motos and had to use a lot of energy to come back. I’m happy overall: the speed is there, the fitness is there and I just need to figure out the starts better and try to stay nearer the front. I found a good flow, especially in the second moto and just a small mistake meant the guys in front got away. It’s good to finish on the podium but I want more. I really like the track in Sardinia. With a one day race it won’t get too rough but it will be hot, which is good for me. I hope we can have some public because motorsport is pretty big there.” Jorge Prado“I’m happy I could walk away from that crash. It was a big one. I got kicked by one bump and then went into some others. I took too long to get up and luckily the bike was OK, I tried to come back and take some points but the other guys were too far. In the second moto I knew I needed a great start. Everything was hurting! I was feeling OK on the track and had a couple of nice battles. Tony and myself got into a good rhythm and I did my best laps at the end. I had a small dip around minute 20-25 which was difficult because the guys passed me. 4th was the best I could do. We got some points after losing some earlier on. I was very lucky today.” Dirk Grübel, Red Bull KTM Team Manager:“Two overall wins in both classes, both times; that is more than we could have dreamt of. Tom has come back from his injury and has been slowly improving but now he showed his true speed again. Jeffrey was strong but has such a desire to win. He finished 2nd to take the overall and he still wasn’t happy. It’s nice to see that fire. Every race the gap to the championship leader is crumbling a bit. There are still some races to come and if he keeps on like this then the margin will not be that big anymore. Rene also had a really nice second race. We spoke a bit before and I just said to him ‘go out and have some fun’ and it looked like he did that and showed some fighting spirit. He signed off on a good note and that’s all we wanted. The crew worked well, the riders performed well and the bikes were on top of their game. We didn’t have to make too many modifications and the heat and altitude didn’t make them or the riders suffer too much. Overall, two excellent race events in Turkey.” MX2 

Mattia Guadagnini was the fastest KTM 250 SX-F rider in Timed Practice with the 2nd best lap-time, just ahead of World Champion Tom Vialle. It was Vialle who surged to the holeshot in the opening moto and the Frenchman led the opening stages until he was passed by countryman Maxime Renaux. Vialle would complete a lonely race in 2nd place and for his third top-three moto classification in a row. Guadagnini classified in 3rd while Rene Hofer was part of a busy tussle for 5th and eventually crossed the line in 9th with arm-pump.

In the second moto and with the sun at its warmest, Vialle again aced the holeshot and this time controlled a distance over Renaux with a more effective pace. The 2-1 scorecard meant the Frenchmen tied on points but Vialle’s second race success was the determining factor. Rene Hofer rode better and more relaxed to score 5th (and 6th overall) while Guadagnini ran to 6th, which was good enough for the last step of the podium: the rookie’s fifth in 2021 and he sits 2nd in the MX2 championship, 49 points behind Renaux. Tom Vialle:“I didn’t have a good flow in the first moto and I had some bad lines in Sector 4. That’s where Maxime [Renaux] passed me. For some reason I felt very tired by mid-moto. We had a big gap on 3rd place so I just rode out the race and saved some energy. I gave everything I had in the second moto to try and win. It was good! The title is pretty much done for me this season because of the injury but I still want to come back as high as I can in the championship. That’s my goal and to try and ride as much at the front as possible. I’m really happy to have won both races here in Turkey and I feel good at the moment. Let’s move to the next race!”Mattia Guadagnini:“I’m not too happy about today. I felt great on the track and set the second-best lap-time in the morning, being very close to the Pole. I still had two good starts and just missed a bit of flow and fast riding in the first ten minutes. I tried to overtake more in the second race but some others were passing me! I was making the situation worse. I didn’t have the pace of the front two today but I’m pleased to be back on the podium, which is also important for the championship. I want to be better and hopefully in the next weeks we can be back fighting for the win.” Rene Hofer:“It was a little bit up-and-down today. I made a mistake with my fastest Quali lap and that’s why I was only 9th and my last attempt was ruined by another rider. It meant I was quite far outside for the starts and the first one was average. I lost some positions in the second turn and I was battling for 5th and couldn’t quite get past Wilson Todd. I then had some bad arm-pump and lost a few positions. It was a terrible race. In the second moto I found quite a good rhythm. I was close to overtaking [Thibault] Benistant for 3rd a few times and had a nice battle to take 5th again. Three top five results from four so, in general, quite OK but I’m not super-happy. It was another step in the right direction and we are definitely getting closer to the podium places. In the championship we are also not too far from the top five. We’ll keep working to have a good second half of the season.” The Grand Prix of Sardinia on September 19th will take MXGP to the sandy Riola Sardo circuit for the first of seven consecutive race weekends that also involves the Motocross of Nations at Mantova, Italy. Results MXGP Afyon 2021 1. Jeffrey Herlings (NED), Red Bull KTM Factory Racing (1-2)2. Tim Gajser (SLO), Honda (3-1)3. Tony Cairoli (ITA), Red Bull KTM Factory Racing (2-3)4. Romain Febvre (FRA), Kawasaki (4-5)5. Pauls Jonass (LAT) GASGAS (5-6)10. Jorge Prado (ESP), Red Bull KTM Factory Racing (21-4)Standings MXGP 2021 after 09 of 17 rounds 1. Tim Gajser 355 points2. Romain Febvre 3273. Tony Cairoli 3264. Jeffrey Herlings 3215. Jorge Prado 315Results MX2 Afyon 20211. Tom Vialle (FRA), Red Bull KTM Factory Racing (2-1)2. Maxime Renaux (FRA), Yamaha (1-2)3. Mattia Guadagnini (ITA), Red Bull KTM Factory Racing (3-6)4. Thibault Benistant (FRA), Yamaha (6-4)5. Jed Beaton (AUS) Husqvarna (12-3)6. Rene Hofer (AUT), Red Bull KTM Factory Racing (9-5)Standings MX2 2021 after 09 of 17 rounds 1. Maxime Renaux 361 points2. Mattia Guadagnini 3123. Jago Geerts 2904. Jed Beaton 2665. Ruben Fernandez 2617. Rene Hofer 2449. Tom Vialle 227

MUSQUIN EXTENDS RED BULL KTM FACTORY RACING CONTRACT THROUGH 2022 SX SEASON

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MUSQUIN EXTENDS RED BULL KTM FACTORY RACING CONTRACT THROUGH 2022 SX SEASON

September 8, 2021

MURRIETA, Calif. – KTM North America, Inc. is pleased to announce that Marvin Musquin has locked in a deal to remain with the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing team through the 2022 AMA Supercross Championship. Entering his 12th season with the U.S. Red Bull KTM Factory Racing team in 2022, the French rider has become synonymous with the READY TO RACE brand thanks to his top level of performance and commitment within the sport. Enjoying success at the last two rounds of the 2021 AMA Supercross Championship, the 31-year-old has proven that he still has plenty to give as he charges full-steam ahead towards a career-first 450SX title come January. Marvin Musquin:“I’m really happy to extend my contract for another year making 12 years racing in the U.S. and 14 years in total with the with the Red Bull KTM family! It’s no secret that everyone on the team is like family to me. It will be another fun challenge working with the new bike, which will be a lot more work but that’s exciting! I look forward to focusing my efforts on the Supercross series and to the Supercross schedule being back to normal starting back at Anaheim in January! »Ian Harrison – Red Bull KTM Team Manager:“Marvin has been an integral part of our team for many years and I am really happy we can continue working together for another season. He has achieved a lot with our team and been a part of the many milestones we have reached as a group in the U.S. over the last 12 years. Through highs and lows, he has overcome many obstacles and injuries throughout the years and all the while he fights back and shows he still has the desire to win – as he demonstrated during the 2021 Supercross season.”Roger De Coster – Director of Motorsports, North America:“Marvin will be back for another SX season and I think he wants to prove to us that he is like red wine and gets better with time. After serious knee surgery two years ago, Marvin worked hard to recover and he is back in top shape, so we feel that and after finishing strong this year in SX with a win and second in the last two races, he will be back capable to perform at a top level.”

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COMMUNIQUÉ DE PRESSE A Paris, le 8 septembre 2021

UN FRANÇAIS SUR LE TOIT DU MONDE :
RETOUR SUR LE PARCOURS DE DYLAN FERRANDIS.
Un champion d’exception
La catégorie reine du Pro-Motocross américain a un nouveau roi depuis samedi soir. En montant sur la 2ème marche du podium au Fox Raceway de Pala en Californie, Dylan Ferrandis est titré Champion AMA 450MX 2021 une épreuve avant la fin de la saison !

30 ans après un autre pilote français d’exception et qui a marqué l’histoire du Motocross mondial, Jean Michel Bayle, il remporte à son tour un titre majeur et confirme la valeur du motocross français. 

Le parcours du Français de 27 ans né à Avignon est peu commun mais reflète l’engagement dans la pratique du Motocross dans l’hexagone.

Champion de France Minivert (Minime) en 2007, Champions de France MX cadet et Supercross Espoir 85cc en 2008, Vice-Champion d’Europe EMX2 en 2011, puis Champion de France MX2 (250) en 2013 au guidon de la Kawasaki du Bud Racing. Après des saisons émaillées de blessures et pépins physiques entre 2013 et 2016, il tente en 2017 l’aventure américaine et intègre l’équipe Yamaha Star Racing, l’équipe officielle Yamaha en 250SX et 250MX.

En 2019, il sera sacré Champion AMA 250SX Côte Ouest, avant de cumuler l’année suivante les deux titres : 250SX Côte Ouest et National 250MX.
Passé en catégorie 450 en 2021, toujours au sein du Yamaha Star Racing, le tricolore assurera une première saison 450SX en terminant à la 7ème place du classement final. A la reprise du Championnat MX, Dylan s’offrait sa première victoire overall, déjà à Pala en Californie, avant une incroyable série de 11 podiums overall d’affilé, dont 5 victoires, et 7 manches remportées !

Deux sélections et deux titres au Motocross des Nations avec l’Équipe de France
La première participation de Dylan Ferrandis remonte à 2014 à Kegums en Lettonie pour le retour victorieux de l’Équipe de France avec ses coéquipiers Gautier Paulin et Steven Frossart. La seconde apparition du Français s’effectuera quatre ans plus tard (2018) aux côtés toujours de Gautier Paulin et cette fois de Jordi Tixier, au RedBud de Buchanan aux Etats-Unis. La France arrachera un nouveau succès, le 5ème consécutif.

Dylan Ferrandis soutient la Filière Motocross française
L’Avignonnais a souhaité soutenir le Sport Moto dans l’Hexagone en récompensant les « rookies » de l’année dans les quatre catégories du 24MX Tour et dans les deux catégories du Championnat de France Minivert.

Notre quadruple Champion des Etats-Unis désire par cette initiative motiver tous les jeunes pilotes à s’investir au maximum sur les Championnats majeurs de motocross tricolores.

Sébastien Poirier – Président de la FFM :
« Dylan est un magnifique champion, il rejoint une légende française du motocross, Jean-Michel Bayle, il porte haut les couleurs de la France et constitue une fierté pour notre sport. Je suis très heureux pour lui et je sais combien ce titre relève d’un travail acharné et quotidien pour atteindre ce niveau d’excellence. »

Bravo Champion !

(crédit photos : Yamaha Racing) Fédération Française de Motocyclisme

COMMUNIQUÉ DE PRESSE A Paris, le 8 septembre 2021

COUPE DE L’AVENIR :
COMPOSITION DE L’ÉQUIPE DE FRANCE C’est avec plaisir que nous dévoilons les pilotes sélectionnés par la Fédération Française de Motocyclisme à l’occasion de la Coupe de l’Avenir qui se déroulera les 25 et 26 septembre à Baisieux – Belgique (et non pas les 18 et 19/09 comme indiqué dans le communiqué précédent).

PILOTES 65cc :Sleny GOYER
Léo DISS FENARD
Rafaël MENILLO
PILOTES 85cc :Basile PIGOIS
Cayenne DANION
Félix CARDINEAU

PILOTES OPEN :
Toni GIORGESSI (125cc)
Bogdan KRAJEWSKI (EMX2)
Tom GUYON (MX2)

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MXGP World Championship of Turkey

MXGP World Championship Gp of Turkey

 

The first of the two races that will be held in Turkey on the Afyon track took place, a very fast and not very selective track where the riders could not make a difference.

Jeremy Van Horebeek and the Beta SDM Corse team come to this appointment after the long summer break, for the team it was the first time on this track which has the particularity of being on the high ground.

In qualifying Jeremy did not find the right feeling with the Turkish track, setting the 17th time.

At the start of race 1 Van Horeebek did not manage to have a good exit from the gate and at the first corner he passed in the last positions, Jeremy still staged a good comeback that took him up to 16th place.

In race 2 another difficult start for the Belgian driver who had to run another heat in comeback, unfortunately on a less technical track where there was only one trajectory, it was not easy for Jeremy to do better than 16th position.

A few days off and then back on track for the second race on the Afyon track.

Daniele Marchese Team Manager comments on the race as follows: ”We are back on track after the summer break for these two consecutive races in Turkey. Challenging race for us, the not very selective track put us in difficulty, two bad starts that penalized us and with this type of track did not give Jeremy the opportunity to recover. For us it was the first time on this track and with these altitudes we took home a sufficient result, hoping to have gathered the right information for Wednesday’s race. “

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Campionato del Mondo MXGP della Turchia

 

Si è disputata la prima delle due gare che si disputeranno in Turchia sulla pista di Afyon, tracciato molto veloce e poco selettivo dove i piloti non hanno potuto fare la differenza.

Jeremy Van Horebeek e il team Beta SDM Corse si presentano a questo appuntamento dopo la lunga pausa estiva, per il team era la prima volta su questo tracciato che ha la particolarità di trovarsi in altura.

Nelle qualifiche Jeremy non ha trovato il giusto feeling con la pista turca facendo segnare il 17° tempo.

Al via di gara 1 Van Horeebek non è risucito ad avere una buona uscita dal cancello e alla prima curva transita nelle ultime posizioni, Jeremy ha comunque messo in scena una buona rimonta che lo ha portato fino alla 16° piazza.

In gara 2 altra partenza difficile per il pilota belga che ha dovuto correre un’altra manche in rimonta purtroppo su di una pista poco tecnica dove c’era una unica traiettoria non è stato facile per Jeremy fare meglio della 16° posizione.

Qualche giorno di pausa e poi di nuovo in pista per la seconda gara sulla pista di Afyon.

Daniele Marchese Team Manager commenta così la gara:”Siamo tornati in pista dopo la pausa estiva per queste due gare consecutive in Turchia. Gara impegnativa per noi, il tracciato poco selettivo ci ha messo in difficoltà, due brutte partenze che ci hanno penalizzato e con questo tipo di pista non ha dato l’opportunità a Jeremy di recuperare. Per noi era la prima volta su questo tracciato e con queste altitudini abbiamo portato a casa un risultato sufficiente, sperando di aver raccolto le giuste informazioni per la gara di mercoledì.”P

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COMMUNIQUÉ DE PRESSE A Paris, le 7 septembre 2021

Rencontre entre le Ministre des Transports, la FFM et la FFMC : 

Une bataille gagnée, une victoire à construire!
A l’invitation du Ministre des Transports, M. Jean-Baptiste Djebbari, une réunion s’est tenue le vendredi 03 septembre dernier avec M. Sébastien Poirier, Président de la Fédération Française de Motocyclisme (FFM) et M. Didier Renoux, Chargé de Communication de la Fédération Française des Motards en Colère (FFMC), associations représentatives des usagers.

Pour rappel, le 11 août, un décret était promulgué pour annoncer la mise en place d’un contrôle technique des deux-roues motorisés. Ce décret concernait la fréquence et la progressivité de sa mise en place. Dès le lendemain, le Président de la République M. Emmanuel Macron annonçait sa suspension et demandait au Ministre des Transports de recevoir les associations d’usagers. 

Dès le 3 septembre, avant même notre réunion, le Ministre annonçait que le contrôle technique des deux-roues, sous sa forme administrative, ne se ferait pas. M. Jean-Baptiste Djebbari nous a informés de la «lettre de mission» telle que confiée par le Présidentde la République : ne pas mettre en place de contrôle technique deux-roues motorisés (2RM) tel qu’imaginé dans un premier temps, mais mettre en place des mesures alternatives à la fois plus concrètes et moins contraignantes pour améliorer la sécurité et les performances environnementales (bruit et pollution) des 2RM. 

La ligne politique est claire: il s’agit donc, d’une part, de démontrer à l’Europe qu’entre les mesures déjà prises en France et celles envisagées, le CT via des opérateurs indépendants est inutile parce qu’inefficace, alors que les mesures prises, elles, sont porteuses d’effets. Ce qui signifie que l’objectif unique de tous, politiques, techniciens et associations, est bien d’abroger, à court terme, c’est à dire avant la fin de l’année 2021, le décret promulgué le 11 août. Ensuite, un nouveau décret annoncera les mesures autres qu’un CT périodique, qui résulteront d’un travail entre les associations représentatives des usagers et les pouvoirs publics. 

La FFM et la FFMC n’ont cessé de défendre le «NON» au contrôle technique des deux-roues motorisés, qui n’a de pertinence ni en matière de sécurité, ni de bruit excessif de certains usagers, et encore moins en matière de lutte contre la pollution. Bien entendu, elles continueront de mener leurs actions visant à une meilleure sécurité et à défendre leurs valeurs de vivre-ensemble, qui impliquent de minimiser les nuisances de bruit et de pollution par des actions concrètes, avec les usagers et non contre eux. 

Contacts Presse FFMC :
            Céline Aubrun : 06 08 61 76 57
            Didier Renoux : 01 48 18 12 15

Contact Presse FFM :
Pierre Bonneville : 01 49 23 77 16

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COMMUNIQUE DE PRESSE A Paris, le 7 septembre 2021

Championnat de France National 250

Annulation de l’épreuve finale de Labarthe (82)
 C’est avec regret que la Commission nationale de Motocross vient d’apprendre l’annulation de l’épreuve finale du Championnat de France National 250 qui devait se tenir à Labarthe (82) le 10 octobre prochain.

Le classement provisoire établi au soir de l’épreuve de Glénac (56) qui s’est disputée le 29 août dernier vaut donc pour classement final. Il sacre Calvin Fonvieille, Champion de France National 250 2021, devant Romain Pape et Lucas Imbert.

Une remise de prix sera organisée au soir de l’épreuve du 24MX Tour qui se déroulera ce week-end à Villars-sous-Ecots.

La grande finale du 24MX Tour à Villars-sous-Écot (25)

After a small break from the tightly packed 2021 season, the DRT squad headed out to Afyonkarahisar for the 8th round of the MXGP World Championship, in Turkey. Having lost the red plate in the previous round at Lommel, Courtney Duncan was heading in ready to show why the « 1 » Plate looks better in red. A determined timed practice gave her second gate pick, which she used effectively for a great start in the first moto. Having taken the lead halfway round the first lap, Courtney slowly gained a lead over her rivals. Eventually, the pack became tricky with backmarkers and had to fall back into second. Her attempts at a charge to regain the lead were hampered when a small mistake cost her around 14 seconds, but she remained in second and was able to reduce the gap to first down to 6 seconds before the chequered flag. Race two was the perfect example of a two-horse race, with Duncan in second after the first lap and Fontanesi in first. Just a few seconds separated the two as they pulled around 30 seconds away from the other riders. It was right down to the wire, as an all-effort push on the last lap saw a final corner overtake from Duncan to win by just a third of a second, to take the win and the overall. 

In the MX2 class, Todd used the practice sessions to familiarise himself with the track, 1km above sea level. A 12th position in qualifying didn’t give the Australian the best starting position, and a small wheelspin off the gate in race one exacerbated this, leaving him just outside the top ten at the start of race one. There was little movement as the pack put in similar race times throughout the moto, finishing in 11th. A better start in race two kept him inside the top ten, as he worked his way down and finally passed into 7th on the final lap, adding another top 10 GP finish to his collection.Courtney Duncan
Qualifying – 2
Race 1 – 2
Race 2 – 1
Overall – 1

Wilson Todd
Qualifying – 12
Race 1 – 11
Race 2 – 7
Overall – 8Steve Dixon – Manager
« Having clinched the 2019 World Championship title here in 2019, we were looking forward to this. While most teams see this as a flyaway, we wanted to ensure the familiar surroundings for our riders while we’re here. Courtney rode fantastic, we knew it would be hard against Fontanesi especially on this trick, Courtney showed why she deserves the « 1 » with that amazing pass on the last corner for the win. The red looks better on the bike so I’m happy!

Wilson was looking fast in qualifying, but on the last lap, a rider got in the way which cost him potentially a top 5 starting position. Another 8th overall is not to be sniffed at when you’re at this level, there’s still another 10 rounds to go. it’s a long hard session now to the end of the season. We’re back here tomorrow with Courtney to hopefully extend the points lead. »
Courtney Duncan“It was a good day all round. P2 in Quali was already a positive for me, then 2-1 for the overall and the red plate so I’m happy with how the day went. The second race was unreal. It was the last lap so you’re going to give it your best shot; you only have to lead that one lap past the finish line all day! Kiara was riding well – you can’t take that away from her – but I made a stupid mistake in the first moto, losing the front on a shiny clay spot. That lost me too much time but second is still good with the two-moto format because nothing can beat a 2-1. I like Turkey; I enjoy the layout, the jumps are well-built and the dirt’s good. Now I’m looking forward to doing it again on Tuesday. “Wilson Todd“The day wasn’t too bad. The track was OK with some good ruts but you needed a good start to run up front. I spun at the gate the first moto which left me just outside the top ten. The second start was better but I was just a little too far outside from my gate-pick at turn one and got pushed out so had to chase again. “

WMX Championship Standings
1st Courtney Duncan – 132
MX2 Championship Standings

14th Wilson Todd – 125 points
29th Taylor Hammal – 10 points

Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team MXGP Press release Romain Febvre quatrième en Turquie
Romain Febvre se maintient dans le top trois du championnat du Monde FIM de motocross, après avoir manqué de peu le podium lors de la reprise du Mondial à Afyonkarahisar en Turquie.

Le leader du Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team allait boucler plus de tours que ses rivaux durant les essais chronométrés, décrochant le troisième temps tout en s’assurant du bon rendement de sa moto sur ce circuit situé à plus de mille mètres au dessus du niveau de la mer, soit le plus en altitude du championnat. Cette fois encore Romain prendra d’excellentes envolées ; troisième au premier départ il ne perdra pas de temps pour se positionner de suite en seconde position, mais en dépit de multiples tentatives il ne parviendra à prendre le commandement de la course. Il finira par se faire doubler par un adversaire, mais restera au contact de celui ci jusqu’à ce qu’il se fasse surprendre à trois tours de l’arrivée par une ornière, perdant une place dans l’opération pour se classer quatrième. A nouveau second au départ de la seconde manche, et proche un instant de prendre la tête de la course, il connaitra dans cette manche un souci physique et devra se contenter d’une autre quatrième place. Quatrième du GP, il pointe troisième au championnat, à dix sept points du leader.

Son équipier Ivo Monticelli n’a lui pas couru en Turquie. L’Italien a de nouveau eu des soucis avec son épaule touchée en Belgique le mois dernier ; son épaule s’est déboitée sans même tomber aux essais dimanche matin, ce qui l’a contraint à manquer la course et va l’obliger à passer de nouveaux examens médicaux.

Le Monster Energy Kawasaki racing Team reste en Turquie, puisque le prochain GP se disputera sur cette même piste mercredi prochain.

Romain Febvre : « Ce matin j’ai eu un bon feeling avec la piste, et j’étais content de ma troisième place derrière la grille. En première manche j’ai pris un bon départ et à plusieurs reprises j’ai essayer de doubler Prado, mais il n’y avait pas tellement de trajectoires pour faire la différence et je n’ai pas vraiment pu l’attaquer. Cela a permis à Jeffrey de revenir sur moi ; quand il m’a doublé j’ai étudié ses trajectoires, mais à trois tours de la fin j’ai fait une petite faute qui m’a couté une autre position. Mon second départ a une fois de plus été bon ; j’étais second derrière Prado, mais mon feeling n’était pas aussi bon. Je ne me sentais pas bien, physiquement ce n’était pas cela et j’ai préféré assurer une autre quatrième place. Cela aurait pu être mieux, mais en considérant comment je me sentais en seconde manche cela aurait pu être pire. Maintenant je vais prendre un peu de repos pour être prêt pour le prochain GP mercredi. »

Ivo Monticelli : « Je me suis déboité l’épaule lors des essais chronométrés, sans tomber ; j’ai simplement heurté une bosse dans la ligne droite, et l’épaule est sortie de son logement. Cela m’est arrivé deux fois depuis Lommel, sans raison, et cela est trop dangereux de rouler comme cela. Je vais rentrer en Italie passer de nouveaux examens et voir si une opération est nécessaire, auquel cas je la ferais dès que possible. »

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Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Results: Maxxis Fox Raceway II National

Ferrandis Clinches Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship to Become First Frenchman to Capture Premier Class Title in 30 Years

Tomac Goes Back-to-Back with 450 Class Victory,
While Lawrence Completes Second Straight 1-1 Effort in 250 Class

PALA, Calif. (September 4, 2021) – The penultimate round of the 2021 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, saw the series return to the sport’s epicenter of Southern California for a second visit to Fox Raceway for the Maxxis Fox Raceway II National, presented by Fox Racing. Thousands of diehard race fans braved near triple-digit temperatures as they witnessed Monster Energy/Star/Yamaha Racing’s Dylan Ferrandis finish second on the day to clinch the 450 Class title in his first season of premier class competition. He became the 26th different 450 Class titleholder in 50 seasons and is also the first Frenchman in 30 years to win the motocross’ most prestigious championship.

The summer’s most intense weather conditions didn’t deter Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Eli Tomac from using a dominant ride in the second moto to earn back-to-back 450 Class wins, where a tiebreaker allowed him to edge out Ferrandis for the top step of the podium. In the 250 Class, points leader and Team Honda HRC rider Jett Lawrence continued his recent string of dominance with a second straight 1-1 effort to capture his class-leading fourth overall win of the season and extend his points lead with one round remaining.The penultimate round of the 2021 season featured temperatures nearing the triple digits.
Photo: Align Media

The opening 450 Class moto of the afternoon started with Team Honda HRC’s Ken Roczen leading the way with the MotoSport.com Holeshot, followed by Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Cooper Webb and Ferrandis. The German looked to take advantage of the clear track and sprint away from the field, but both Webb and Ferrandis kept him within reach and even applied pressure for the lead.
 
Roczen responded and quickly built a three-second advantage over his rivals, which forced Ferrandis to pick up the pace and make the move on Webb for second a little more than 10 minutes into the moto. Ferrandis continued to push and eliminated a three-second deficit to Roczen to challenge for the lead at the halfway point of the moto. Once he closed onto the rear fender of the Honda, Ferrandis made quick work to take over the lead and seize control of the moto.
 
With first place in hand, Ferrandis continued to sustain the pace and ran the fastest laps of the moto to move out more than five seconds clear of Roczen. Behind them, a long, tense battle for third played out between Webb and Tomac. The pair traded fast laps and momentum surges for several laps, as Webb fended off numerous pass attempts by Tomac. As the moto closed in on its final five minutes, lapped riders gave Tomac the opening he needed to take advantage of Webb being slowed, which provided an unchallenged pass for the position and moved Tomac into third.
 
With Webb no longer an issue, Tomac was able to pick up his pace and dramatically lowered his lap times, including the fastest lap of the moto, to close in on Roczen and make the pass for second. Roczen’s pace dropped off dramatically and caused him to lose ground to Webb, which led to a last-lap battle for third.
 
Back out front, Ferrandis carried on to his seventh moto win of the season by 3.9 seconds over Tomac, while Roczen held on for third. Webb finished fourth, followed by Monster Energy/Star/Yamaha Racing’s Christian Craig in fifth.Eli Tomac now has back-to-back 450 Class victories.
Photo: Align MediaThe final 450 Class moto stormed out the gate with Webb leading the way for the MotoSport.com Holeshot, closely followed by Roczen and Ferrandis. Roczen went on the attack on the opening lap and muscled his way by Webb to take control of the top spot, while Ferrandis followed through into second. The Frenchman kept the momentum rolling and looked to make his way around Roczen, which he did before the completion of the opening lap.

As the leaders settled in up front, Tomac was on the charge forward. After starting fifth, Tomac got into a groove and began to pick off riders at will. He first passed Craig for fourth, then made quick work of Webb to move into third. Not long after that the Kawasaki rider closed in on Roczen and took over second. Tomac faced a small deficit to Ferrandis, but made quick work of erasing that. Just over 10 minutes into the moto the battle for the lead was on. Once they were side by side, Ferrandis didn’t put up a challenge and let Tomac surge ahead. As the change for the lead unfolded, Webb made the pass on Roczen for third. As the moto wore on, Roczen lost more positions and eventually dropped out of the top five.

Tomac ran away from the field over the second half of the moto and established a lead that surpassed 30 seconds. He took his fifth moto win of the season by 45.8 seconds over Ferrandis, with Webb nearly a minute behind in third.Dylan Ferrandis’ runner-up finish was enough to clinch the 450 Class title.
Photo: Align Media

After enduring the longest win drought of his career, Tomac has become the hottest rider in the 450 Class with two straight wins, with a tiebreaker putting him atop the overall standings (2-1). His 27th victory in the premier division puts him into a tie with Bob Hannah for third on the all-time wins list.
 
“I just felt so good in Moto 2,” said Tomac. “I was a little back in the beginning, but was able to really make passes and got the job done early. It’s really fun to be out there when I’m in the zone like that and it’s great to get a couple wins here late in the season.”
 
Ferrandis’ runner-up effort (1-2) was more than enough to wrap up his first 450 Class title and hoist the Edison Dye Cup, as his 62-point lead over Roczen surpassed the 50-point threshold of available points at a single event. Ferrandis joins Jean-Michel Bayle as the only French riders to win the championship in the premier division. Additionally, he’s the eighth rider in history to earn the title in his first season at the sport’s highest level, while also giving Yamaha its first 450 Class championship since 2007 with Grant Langston.

“I think I’ve run out of emotion,” said Ferrandis. “Today was hard, last weekend was hard. I’ve pushed deep inside to get through it. I dreamed when I was young to be a 250 Class Champion, but I never dreamed of being a 450 Class Champion. It’s not even a dream come true, it is something that’s the best thing I could ever do in my life. Wow, it’s unreal.”
 
Webb rounded out the overall podium with his second straight third-place finish (4-3).
 
While Ferrandis has wrapped up the championship one round early, the battle for second in the final standings is closer than ever as Roczen and Tomac are separated by just nine points.Cooper Webb finished third overall for the second straight week.
Photo: Align Media

With tensions high, the first 250 Class moto got underway with Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Max Vohland at the head of the pack with the MotoSport.com Holeshot, but he was soon passed by Troy Lee Designs/Red Bull/GASGAS Factory Racing’s Michael Mosiman. Behind them, the title contenders of Lawrence and Monster Energy/Star/Yamaha Racing’s Justin Cooper both got underway with top-10 starts.
 
With his first opportunity to pace the field this summer Mosiman quickly built a lead over Vohland, Lawrence, and the rest of the field. Lawrence bided his time in the early laps and patiently waited for his opportunity to make a pass on Vohland, which he did successfully several minutes into the moto. As Lawrence made the move, Cooper remained mired in seventh.
 
As the moto approached its halfway point Lawrence had chipped away at Mosiman’s lead and closed to within striking distance of the lead. Mosiman then lost traction of his front tire and went down, which handed the lead to Lawrence, second to Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s RJ Hampshire, and third to Vohland. As this unfolded, Cooper dropped to eighth as Team Honda HRC’s Hunter Lawrence made the pass for seventh. Mosiman remounted in fifth, but went back to work and clawed his way back up to third. He didn’t stop there and kept his head down to close in on Hampshire and make the pass for second with relative ease.
 
Out front, Jett Lawrence was on cruise control and easily rode to his seventh moto win of the season. The Australian crossed the line 9.2 seconds ahead of Mosiman, followed by Hampshire in third and Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Jo Shimoda in fourth. Cooper dug deep and made a late charge to battle his way into the top five.Jett Lawrence’s dominant run continued with a second straight 1-1 sweep of the motos.
Photo: Align Media

Lawrence picked up where he left off to begin Moto 2, as he emerged with the MotoSport.com Holeshot ahead of Mosiman and Cooper. The clear track proved to be advantageous to the Australian, as he sprinted on the opening lap and established a multi-second lead over the field. Behind him, Mosiman and Cooper began a spirited battle for second.
 
Cooper appeared to be faster than Mosiman, but found difficulty in finding a way around, which allowed Mosiman to inch away. Soon, Mosiman asserted his control of the position as the top three settled into their running order. As the moto approached its final 10 minutes, Cooper was able to pick up the pace, which allowed him to catch Mosiman and make the pass for second, from which Cooper quickly pulled away. The battle for the podium didn’t end there, as Shimoda came on strong in the waning moments of the moto. The Japanese rider caught Mosiman, applied pressure, and made an impressive pass to take over third.
 
Out front, Lawrence was in a class of his own yet again and enjoyed a dominant wire-to-wire victory to wrap up the moto sweep. He took the checkered flag 14.2 seconds ahead of Cooper, with Shimoda a distant third.Michael Mosiman equaled a career-best finish in second overall.
Photo: Align Media

The triumphant effort maintained the young Aussie’s undefeated record at Fox Raceway, with a win streak in Southern California that extended to three races. After breaking through for his first career professional victory at the track last October, Lawrence followed it up with a season-opening win this summer and is now the winningest rider in Fox Raceway history with third consecutive victory.
 
“I think everything just fell into place (today),” said Lawrence. “It was just a hard day, it’s really hot. It’s been one of the toughest days we’ve had in a while. It feels great to get three in a row here (at Fox Raceway).”
 
Mosiman equaled a career-best result with his second ever runner-up effort (2-4), while Cooper’s strong effort in the second moto helped maintain his overall podium streak in third (5-2).
 
Back-to-back moto sweeps have allowed Lawrence to build up a 23-point lead over Cooper with one round and two motos remaining. They’ll be the only two riders to battle it out for the Gary Jones Cup next weekend, as Hunter Lawrence, who sits third in the standings, has been mathematically eliminated.Justin Cooper showed some grit en route to a third-place finish.
Photo: Align MediaThe 2021 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship will conclude next Saturday, September 11, with the sport’s oldest event in Northern California. The legendary Hangtown Motocross Classic will commence from Rancho Cordova’s Prairie City SVRA and will feature live broadcast coverage of the first motos on MAVTV Motorsports Network, beginning at 1 p.m. PT / 4 p.m. ET. Second moto coverage will air via next-day delay on Sunday, September 12, on NBC Sports Network at 4 p.m. PT / 7 p.m. ET. The action from Hangtown will also stream live all day long on Peacock, beginning with exclusive qualifying coverage at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET, followed by four consecutive hours of moto coverage beginning at 1 p.m. PT / 4 p.m. ET.

Results

Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship
Maxxis Fox Raceway II National
Fox Raceway – Pala, California
September 4, 2021

450 Class Overall Results (Moto Finish)

  1. Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Kawasaki (2-1)
  2. Dylan Ferrandis, France, Yamaha (1-2)
  3. Cooper Webb, Newport, N.C., KTM (4-3)
  4. Ken Roczen, Germany, Honda (3-6)
  5. Christian Craig, El Cajon, Calif., Yamaha (5-4)
  6. Max Anstie, England, Suzuki (6-5)
  7. Coty Schock, Dover, Del., Honda (7-7)
  8. Brandon Hartranft, Brick, N.J., Suzuki (10-8)
  9. Joey Savatgy, Thomasville, Ga., KTM (9-9)
  10. Fredrik Noren, Sweden, KTM (11-10)

450 Class Championship Standings (Round 11 of 12)

  1. Dylan Ferrandis, France, Yamaha – 486
  2. Ken Roczen, Germany, Honda – 424
  3. Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Kawasaki – 415
  4. Chase Sexton, La Moille, Ill., Honda – 342
  5. Cooper Webb, Newport, N.C., KTM – 316
  6. Christian Craig, El Cajon, Calif., Yamaha – 258
  7. Marvin Musquin, France, KTM – 240
  8. Joey Savatgy, Thomasville, Ga., KTM – 240
  9. Justin Barcia, Monroe, N.Y., GASGAS – 239
  10. Aaron Plessinger, Hamilton, Ohio, Yamaha – 232

250 Class Overall Results (Moto Finish)

  1. Jett Lawrence, Australia, Honda (1-1)
  2. Michael Mosiman, Sebastopol, Calif., GASGAS (2-4)
  3. Justin Cooper, Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y., Yamaha (5-2)
  4. Jo Shimoda, Japan, Kawasaki (4-3)
  5. Hunter Lawrence, Australia, Honda (6-6)
  6. RJ Hampshire, Hudson, Fla., Husqvarna (3-14)
  7. Dilan Schwartz, Alpine, Calif., Suzuki (10-8)
  8. Joshua Varize, Rialto, Calif., Husqvarna (9-9)
  9. Levi Kitchen, Washougal, Wash., Yamaha (12-7)
  10. Austin Forkner, Richards, Mo., Kawasaki (15-5)

250 Class Championship Standings (Round 11 of 12)

  1. Jett Lawrence, Australia, Honda – 464
  2. Justin Cooper, Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y., Yamaha – 441
  3. Hunter Lawrence, Australia, Honda – 349
  4. RJ Hampshire, Hudson, Fla., Husqvarna – 327
  5. Jeremy Martin, Millville, Minn., Yamaha – 307
  6. Jo Shimoda, Japan, Kawasaki – 300
  7. Austin Forkner, Richards, Mo., Kawasaki – 240
  8. Michael Mosiman, Sebastopol, Calif., GASGAS – 229
  9. Max Vohland, Sacramento, Calif., KTM – 202
  10. Jalek Swoll, Belleview, Fla., Husqvarna – 195

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Ferrandis Crowned Pro Motocross 450 Champion

Ferrandis Crowned Pro Motocross 450 Champion 

Ninety-eight days after scoring a moto win in his premier class debut, Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing’s Dylan Ferrandis returned to Fox Raceway and clinched the 2021 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross 450MX Championship. The Frenchman secured the title in punishing triple-digit conditions with a 1-2 result for a second overall finish at today’s penultimate round in Pala, California. His teammate Christian Craig put in a solid ride to score a top-five finish with a 5-4 tally.

Ferrandis fired the first shot and took the fastest qualifier honors in the final moments of the second qualifying session. In the first moto, he got a good start in third and stayed with the lead group. He made his move to second on Lap 5 and started chasing down the leader. He put in some fast times to cut the gap in half and then passed his rival on the inside a couple of laps later. From there, Ferrandis built a comfortable lead to secure his seventh moto win of the season.

In the second moto, Ferrandis narrowly missed the holeshot, and although he was shuffled to third early, he kept the leaders in sight. It was a thrilling battle on that opening lap, and the red-plate holder wasted no time to pass both riders and claim the lead. He started to build a gap but had a moment four laps into the race and ultimately was shuffled to second. Ferrandis managed his race to finish comfortably in the runner-up spot to secure second overall and, more importantly, the title.

It was an emotional championship victory for both Ferrandis and the team who made their debut in the premier class this season. It has been a landmark year for the rookie who earned five overall victories and has finished on the overall podium at every round thus far. The 2020 250MX Champion has also added his name to the record books by being the first Frenchman to secure the 250 championship and the first to win the premier class title in 30 years.

Craig had a solid race back after missing the previous round due to his crash at Budds Creek. He had two good starts in the top five and battled the challenging conditions to score a 5-4 result for another fifth overall finish. Still not feeling 100% from his big get-off at Unadilla, Aaron Plessinger sat out of the Fox Raceway National II to work on returning to full fitness for next weekend’s season finale at Hangtown.

The Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing team heads north to Rancho Cordova, California, for the final round of the 2021 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship at the Hangtown National on September 11.

Jeremy Coker – Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing 450 Team Manager

“Today was a day I’ll never forget in my life. Even though I’ve been involved in a lot of championships on the 250 side as an engine builder and crew chief, this is really special. To do this as the team manager on this team and to orchestrate things from this side; it brings tears to my eyes. The crew was incredible! There was not one person on this team that didn’t have the same goal, and we all worked hard to achieve it. It’s something none of us will ever forget. I’m proud of what Dylan did today. He rode amazing. It was a really tough day and very hot outside, but he pulled off the championship a weekend early. As for Christian, we didn’t even know if he’d be able to race, and he came out here and did what he did; it was just an awesome ride. We’ve still got one more to go, and we’ll be out there to win at Hangtown.”

Dylan Ferrandis – Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing

“It was another tough day, and I had to dig really deep to get this result. The weather was really hard on us, hard on the body, but I had this championship in mind, and I really wanted it. I tried the best that I could, and it looked like it was enough to grab it. It’s just unreal to be the champion in my first year on the 450. When I was young, I dreamed of being a 250 champion, but I never really dreamed of being a 450 champion. So, it’s not even a dream come true; it’s more than that. It’s just the best thing that I have ever done in my life. Today I’m really out of emotions. It was just such an awesome year for me, and it’s so awesome to win with this Yamaha bike and with this team. I’m really happy for everybody involved in winning this championship.”

Christian Craig – Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing

“It was a pretty good day at Fox Raceway. I missed last weekend due to being sore from that big crash at Budds Creek, so I’m happy to be back at the races. I kind of got thrown into it today. It was really hot and rough. The track was pretty beat up, but I got two good starts and stayed up there today. So it was a good day all around, I rode well, and the bike was solid, and I got another tie of my best season finish. We’ve got one more round left, though, and I’m going to try to get on that podium.”

2021 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship 450 Class Fox Raceway 2 Results

2021 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship 450 Class Standings

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THE SEASON SO FAR WITH RASMUS JORGENSEN AND ANTTI PYRHÖNENFIVE MINUTES WITH ROCKSTAR ENERGY HUSQVARNA FACTORY RACING’S MX2 AND MXGP TEAM MANAGERS

Following on from our pre-season interviews with Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s team managers in the FIM Motocross World Championship, we caught up with Rasmus Jorgensen and Antti Pyrhönen to get their thoughts on the season so far and their expectations for the remaining rounds of the 2021 series…

Rasmus Jorgensen – Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing MX2 Team Manager:“It feels strange that we are already in September yet we’re not even halfway through the season. Having said that, it’s been really nice to have more of a normal season with a variety of tracks. So far for Jed and Kay it’s been a really positive start with some great results. They’ve both been on the podium, Kay has won a moto, and they’re both well-placed in the championship. So overall, the season is going really well for the riders and the team.

“With Kay getting that win, that was not expected this season and he’s been doing an incredible job, both on the bike and off it. Our expectations for him have changed a little bit now, but keeping the same mindset remains. There is still a lot for him to learn and there may still be some mistakes along the way, but this is his rookie season and so far, he’s been very impressive. When he stood on the overall podium in The Netherlands with Jed, that was an amazing moment for the team. As both riders were on the box everyone was there, the mechanics, and the whole team from behind the scenes. That feeling is something that never gets old.

“We’ve just had a bit of a break in the schedule which has been nice as the riders and mechanics were able to enjoy some time away from the track and workshop after Latvia to recharge the batteries. As Jed and Kay are really happy with their bikes, that allowed us some time off as we didn’t need to test or develop anything. Now, we’re back and ready to go racing again. The riders have been on the podium many times this season so the goal from here onwards is to be consistently up front, keep posting solid results, and end the year strong. I’m excited to see what they can do in the second half of the season.”

Antti Pyrhönen – Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing MXGP Team Manager:“The season so far has been good, despite the results not quite showing the full story. Arminas has been continuing to recover from his injury and has already shown glimpses of what he’s capable of many times this season. It’s an incredible story and the team is really proud of where he has come from to now be back in MXGP and working towards his old level. Step-by-step, he will get there with the progress that he’s making.

“For Thomas, it’s his rookie season in the MXGP class and so far, he’s experienced the highs and lows that come with a first season in a new class. In training, his ability and speed are really high, and now he just needs to bring that to race weekends and really show what he can do. With a compact race day with just a qualifying session before the races, everything needs to click early, and this is something we’ve been working on in recent weeks. That, along with improved starts should help them battle with the top guys consistently.

“They’ve both claimed results well inside the top-10 this season so they are very capable, it’s just finding that consistency and then they will show what they can do on a weekly basis. That will be the goal for the remaining rounds of the series. There are many races close together so being there in every moto will be really important. The potential from both riders is clearly there and now it’s over to them to bring their training speed to the races and show just what they can do.”

Communiqué de presse FFM : Composition des Équipes de France en lice au Side-car cross et Quad cross des Nations

COMMUNIQUÉ DE PRESSE A Paris, le 2 septembre 2021

SIDE-CAR CROSS ET QUAD CROSS DES NATIONS :
COMPOSITION DES ÉQUIPES DE FRANCE C’est avec plaisir que nous dévoilons les pilotes sélectionnés en Équipe de France par la Fédération Française de Motocyclisme à l’occasion de l’épreuve du Side-car Cross et Quad Cross des Nations qui se déroulera les 2 et 3 octobre à Gueugnon Sainte-Radegonde (71).ÉQUIPE DE FRANCE DE QUAD CROSS

Sylvain PETIT
Laurent BOISSY
Lylian LEGER
ÉQUIPE DE FRANCE DE SIDE-CAR CROSS

Killian PRUNIER/Evan PRUNIER
Romaric CHANTELOUP/Josselyn CHANTELOUP
Thomas HAMARD/Alexandre TOURBIER
Un rendez-vous en France à ne pas manquer 

Déjà organisateur du Side-car Cross et Quad Cross des Nations en 2016, le Moto-Club de Dardon Gueugnon aura une nouvelle fois le plaisr d’accueillir à domicile les meilleurs pilotes de la discipline cette année.
Nous vous donnons rendez-vous nombreux pour soutenir les Equipes de France et profiter d’un formidable spectacle sportif !

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Supercross Futures Returns with Sole Focus on 250SX Futures Class

Supercross Futures Returns with Sole Focus on 250SX Futures Class
Next Generation to Race at Upcoming Supercross Events in 2022 Ellenton, Fla., (August 31, 2021) – Feld Entertainment, Inc., today announced that Supercross Futures, an AMA National Championship will resume in 2022 with a sole focus on the 250SX Futures Class. Athletes can begin to qualify starting in October at select primary events spread across the country. Eligible athletes will then advance to a second round of qualifying set to take place at an upcoming Monster Energy AMA Supercross event during the 2022 season. Finalists will then proceed to the Supercross Futures AMA National Championship scheduled for Saturday, May 7 at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City. 
The country will be divided into six regions and existing tracks and events will serve as the first round of Primary qualifiers – Northwest, West, Southwest, Southcentral, South, and Northeast. Riders will qualify by finishing in the top 22 in their respective primary and can enter multiple regions. These 22 athletes will then be invited to race in a Premiere qualifier which will take place on Saturday at an upcoming Monster Energy Supercross race within their respective region. The top four athletes from each Premiere qualifying race will then advance to the Supercross Futures AMA National Championship where 24 athletes will vie to become the 250SX Futures Class Champion.   
Qualifying Regions and Events:Northwest

  • Primary – Saturday, November 20, 2021, at DT1 Motocross Park, Tulare, CA
  • Premiere – Saturday, January 15, 2022, at RingCentral Coliseum, Oakland, CA

West

  • Primary – Saturday, October 30, 2021, at FOX Raceway, Pala, CA
  • Premiere – Saturday, January 29, 2022, at Angel Stadium of Anaheim, Anaheim, CA

Southwest

  • Primary – Wednesday, December 1, 2021, at Arizona Cycle Park, Buckeye, AZ
  • Premiere – Saturday, February 5, 2022, at State Farm Stadium, Glendale, AZ

Southcentral

  • Primary – Saturday, October 9, 2021, at 3 Palms MX Park, Conroe, TX
  • Premiere – Saturday, February 26, 2022, at AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX

South

  • Primary – Sunday, October 31, 2021, at WW Ranch, Jacksonville, FL
  • Premiere – Saturday, April 16, 2022, at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Hampton, GA

Northeast

  • Primary – Saturday, October 23, 2021, at Doublin Gap MX, Shippensburg, PA
  • Premiere – Saturday, April 23, 2022, at Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA

Supercross Futures AMA National ChampionshipSaturday, May 7, 2022, at Rice-Eccles Stadium, Salt Lake City, UT
Athletes competing in the 250SX Futures Class will be awarded points towards their pro Supercross license based on their finishing positions at the Premiere qualifying events. In the fall of 2022 and during the 2023 Supercross season, Supercross Futures, an AMA National Championship will expand under the same qualifying procedures to host classes of all ages and skill levels.Assets:2022 Schedule Graphics
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Scouting Moto Combine Debuts with Successful East Region Gathering at Ironman Raceway

Scouting Moto Combine Debuts with Successful
East Region Gathering at Ironman Raceway

Kawasaki’s Ryder DiFrancesco Grabs Spotlight with Pair of Strong Motos

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (August 30, 2021) – A select group of amateur motocross’ most promising young talent came together on the eve of the Guaranteed Rate Ironman National to kick off a new era for the sport’s development of professional prospects. The first ever MX Sports Pro Racing Scouting Moto Combine, presented by U.S. Air Force Special Warfare, unfolded at Ironman Raceway on Friday, August 27, to kick off an action-packed weekend at Round 10 of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing.The East Region group of athletes, coaches, and personnel
for the first ever Scouting Moto Combine.

Photo: Mitch KendraWATCH: NBCSN EAST REGION COMBINE FEATUREA busy day saw this special collection of athletes gain insight into various aspects of the sport, which was highlighted by mentorship from several of the sport’s most highly regarded former racers. Damon Bradhsaw, Broc Glover, and Chad Reed composed the coaching group that helped prepare these top prospects for two 25-minute-plus-two-lap motos on the same track that challenged their professional counterparts for Round 10 of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship.

Over the course of the motos, Monster Energy Kawasaki Team Green’s Ryder DiFrancesco (2-1) emerged as the top rider at the combine, albeit via tiebreaker over his teammate Chance Hymas (1-2). The Kawasaki duo traded moto wins and earned the same moto scores, but DiFrancesco earned the edge in the end thanks to a victorious ride in the second moto. Additionally, both riders showed tremendous poise in their ability to each overcome misfortune, as DiFrancesco went down in Moto 1 and Hymas overcame a crash off the start in Moto 2. The overall podium was completed by Red Bull KTM’s Daxton Bennick (4-3).Kawasaki Team Green’s Ryder DiFranceso prevailed as the combine winner.
Photo: Mitch KendraDiFrancesco (23) and Chance Hymas (832) were the class of the field in the East Region.
Photo: Mitch KendraThe impressive effort by DiFrancesco, Hymas, and Bennick was no doubt aided by their coach, 2009 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross 450 Class Champion Chad Reed, who added all three riders to his team by a stroke of luck during a blind draw to group riders with coaches. As the most decorated international rider in the history of motocross and supercross here in the United States, the Australian icon is well versed in the challenges that young prospects can face as they transition to the pro ranks, both on the track and off of it.

Now, as a father of children beginning to embark on their own motocross journey, Reed is particularly invested in providing the framework that can allow the sport’s youth to thrive as they progress in their racing career. As one of the sport’s most outspoken and well-respected figures, Reed believed it was important that he step up to be an advocate for the sport’s progression into the future.

“Hopefully (the Moto Combine) is a step towards making a difference,” said Reed. “I love motorcycle racing. It’s been a massive part of my life. My kids love it (too), and if they’re going to love it and this is something I’m going to have to do, then I’d like to see a positive thing for my kids to be involved in. If I can help steer the ship a little bit and give an opinion, then my hand is up. I’ve enjoyed it so far.”Chad Reed was one of several highly successful former pros that served as coaches.
Photo: Mitch KendraOff the track, this group of elite amateur prospects received guidance on fitness and nutrition from prominent industry trainers Ryan Federow, Gareth Swanepoel, and John Wessling. Additionally, NBC Sports and MAVTV Motorsports Network play-by-play man Jason Weidgandt was joined by Pro Motocross public address announcer Rob Buydos, Pro Motocross social media manager Sam Nicolini, and Pro Motocross media relations manager Brandon Short for some invaluable insight into the media aspect of the professional level of the sport.

The entire East Region gathering was overseen by veteran race team manager Christina Denney, who helped guide Rock River Racing into one of Yamaha’s top satellite programs. Additional support from from combine partners U.S. Air Force Special Warfare came from Sergeant Matt Marshall, who helped provide encouragement to the athletes on the life challenges that they’ll face on their journey to professional competition.The East Region field of riders for the Scouting Moto Combine
showcased the sport’s bright future.

Photo: Mitch KendraThe Scouting Moto Combine will host its West Region gathering in just a matter of days, on Friday, September 3, as part of the Maxxis Fox Raceway II National, presented by Fox Racing. Southern California’s Fox Raceway will be the site of a second invited group of top amateur athletes who will receive similar mentorship and coaching from legendary former racers, in addition to education on the various aspects of the sport’s professional level that make it so unique.Results

MX Sports Pro Racing Scouting Moto Combine
East Region
Ironman Raceway – Crawfordsville, Indiana
August 27, 2021

Overall Results (Moto Finish)

  1. Ryder DiFrancesco, Bakersfield, Calif., Kawasaki (2-1)
  2. Chance Hymas, Pocatello, Idaho, Kawasaki (1-2)
  3. Daxton Bennick, Morganton, N.C., KTM (4-3)
  4. Jayden Clough, Elko New Market, Minn., KTM (3-5)
  5. Gavin Towers, Venetia, Pa., Kawasaki (5-4)
  6. Mark Fineis, Westfield, Ind., KTM (7-6)
  7. Patrick Murphy, Clinton, Iowa, Kawasaki (6-7)
  8. Larry Reyes, Houston, Texas, Yamaha (8-8)
  9. Logan Best, North Port, Fla., Yamaha (10-10)
  10. Cameron Campbell, Coal Valley, Ill., KTM (14-9)
  11. Kimble Jett, Norwood, La., KTM (11-12)
  12. Gavin Brough, Kaysville, Utah, Yamaha (13-13)
  13. Judson Wisdom, Lawrenceburg, Tenn., Yamaha (9-17)
  14. Trevor Colip,Bowling Green Ind., Husqvarna (17-11)
  15. Ethan Day, Twin Lake, Mich., Kawasaki (12-16)
  16. Noah Schuring, Portage, Mich., Yamaha (16-14)
  17. Lucas Geistler, Newark, Ill., KTM (15-15)
  18. Chase Prince, Petersburg, Tenn., Honda (18-18)

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Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Results: Guaranteed Rate Ironman National

Tomac Breaks Through for First Victory of the Season at Ironman
to Become Fifth Different Winner of 2021

Lawrence Dominates 250 Class to Reclaim Points Lead with Third Win of Season

CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind. (August 28, 2021) – The 2021 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, took another step towards crowning a pair of champions on Saturday as the series traveled to the shadow of the motorsports mecca of Indianapolis and Crawfordsville’s Ironman Raceway. The Guaranteed Rate Ironman National signified the 10th stop of the 12-round season and featured arguably the toughest weather conditions of the summer thus far with both high temperatures and high humidity. When all was said and done, a familiar name stood atop the 450 Class podium for the first time this season as Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Eli Tomac broke through for an overdue victory. In the 250 Class, the points lead changed hands for the third time this season following a dominant sweep of the motos by Team Honda HRC’s Jett Lawrence.Eli Tomac captured his first win of 2021 and became the season’s fifth different winner.
Photo: Align Media

As the gate dropped on the first 450 Class moto and the field emerged from the first turn it was Rocky Mountain ATV/MC-KTM-WPS’ Joey Savatgy who grabbed the MotoSport.com Holeshot as Monster Energy/Star/Yamaha Racing’s Dylan Ferrandis and Tomac gave chase. A wild opening lap saw several riders engaged in battle at the head of the pack, as Ferrandis went on the attack and got by Savatgy for the lead. However, Savatgy battled back and brought along a hard-charging Ken Roczen aboard his Team Honda HRC machine. Soon Roczen was in the lead, but Ferrandis battled back to reclaim the position.
 
After a torrid opening phase of the moto Ferrandis, Rozen and Tomac settled into the top three and started to put some distance over the rest of the field. All three riders remained within a couple seconds of one another as the momentum ebbed and flowed. Roczen showed a wheel on Ferrandis a few times, but the championship leader never flinched. As the moto passed the halfway mark, Tomac pulled the trigger on a move on Roczen and successfully made the pass for second. The Kawasaki rider then looked to track down Ferrandis for the lead.
 
The pressure on Ferrandis persisted throughout the moto, but he remained focused on hitting his lines and logged consistent laps to keep Tomac at bay. Ferrandis was also efficient in navigating through lapped riders, which allowed him to put some distance on Tomac in the late stages.
 
The Frenchman finished strong to capture his sixth moto win of the season, finishing 4.1 seconds ahead of Tomac, followed by Roczen in third. Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Cooper Webb posted his best moto finish of the season in fourth, followed by Team Honda HRC’s Chase Sexton in fifth.Dylan Ferrandis added significantly to his championship lead with a runner-up finish.
Photo: Align MediaThe second and deciding moto got underway with Ferrandis leading the way with the MotoSport.com Holeshot ahead of Webb. With the clear track things appeared to be advantageous for the Yamaha rider, but Webb came on strong before the conclusion of the opening lap and surged into the top spot. On the following lap Ferrandis found himself under attack from Tomac, and while the Frenchman initially held off the Kawasaki rider, Tomac made the pass happen and dropped Ferrandis to third.

With second place in hand Tomac set his sights on the lead and put the pressure on Webb. Ferrandis gave chase from third, while Roczen lurked in fourth. Despite Tomac’s best efforts, Webb’s crafty defensive riding allowed him to prevent the initial pass attempts. Tomac regrouped and mounted another attack, this time with success about 10 minutes into the moto. Tomac built a lead of nearly two seconds as soon as he had control of the moto, while Webb and Ferrandis began a battle for second.

Ferrandis wasted no time in attempting a pass on Webb and made the move as soon as the opportunity presented itself, which resulted in contact between the two. Webb got the worse end of the moment, briefly checking his balance, which allowed Ferrandis to slip by for second. Behind this battle, Honda teammates Roczen and Sexton engaged in a brief battle for fourth, from which Sexton came away with the position.

The top five continued unchanged through the remainder of the moto as Tomac went unchallenged en route to his fourth moto win of the season, all of which have come in the second moto. He took the checkered flag 4.7 seconds ahead of Ferrandis, who was closely pursued by Webb for the rest of the race as the KTM rider captured his first moto podium since the 2019 season.Cooper Webb enjoyed his best effort of the season en route to his first podium result of 2021.
Photo: Align Media

Tomac’s 2-1 finishes put him into a tie with Ferrandis in the overall classification, but by virtue of Tomac’s second moto win the tiebreaker went to the Kawasaki rider. The win is his first since the eighth round of the abbreviated nine-round 2020 season and ends a 10-race winless drought, which is the longest gap between victories of Tomac’s decorated career. It also signified his 26th win in the 450 Class, where he sits fourth all-time.
 
“All I can say is it’s better late than never (to get a win),” expressed Tomac. “I finally had the day I’ve been wanting to have. I kind of felt like there’s been two sides to me from one moto to the next all season. Today, I finally felt good in both. I got good starts, was able to make the pass (for the lead) happen in the second moto, and ride the race I wanted.”
 
Ferrandis secured his 10th podium finish of the season in the runner-up spot (1-2), while Webb landed on the overall podium for just the second time in the premier division in third (4-3).
 
By virtue of his second-place finish, combined with a fourth-place finish by Roczen (3-5), Ferrandis extended his lead in the 450 Class standings to 50 points, which puts him into a position to clinch the Edison Dye Cup one round early should he tie or finish ahead of Roczen at the next round.
 
“(My success) has been from hard work that I’ve put in for years. It’s finally paying off,” explained Ferrandis. “I do everything for my sport and to be on top. Today was just one of those days where I suffered on the bike. I don’t know why. I just didn’t have the strength. Eli (Tomac) was riding awesome, so credit to him. We had another good day in the championship, so I’m happy with the result.”Jett Lawrence had the best outing of his young career, going 1-1 for his third win of the season.
Photo: Align Media

The first 250 Class moto of the afternoon began with the points leader, Monster Energy/Star/Yamaha Racing’s Justin Cooper, earning the MotoSport.com Holeshot ahead of Lawrence, his title rival, and Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Max Vohland. As Cooper looked to establish a lead on the opening lap, Lawrence and Vohland traded second place before Lawrence asserted himself in the position and set his sights on Cooper.
 
A few bike lengths separated the lead pair for several laps as Lawrence applied persistent pressure and looked at alternative lines to mount an attack on Cooper. The Australian dropped the hammer and made an easy pass on Cooper to seize control of the moto. Once out front, Lawrence quickly sprinted out to a mult-second lead as Cooper was then forced to fend off his teammate, Jeremy Martin, from third. The Star Racing riders battled for a couple laps before Martin got the upper hand and moved into second.
 
Four seconds separated Lawrence from Martin as the moto reached its halfway point, but all eyes were on the Yamaha rider, who was the fastest on the track. The former division champion took chunks out of Lawrence’s lead and was all over the Honda with 10 minutes remaining in the moto. Behind them, Cooper continued to lose ground and fell out of the top three, giving up third to Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Jo Shimoda.
 
Back out front, Martin’s attack brought him bar-to-bar with Lawrence for the lead, which the Honda rider fended off. About a lap later Martin crashed while in pursuit of Lawrence, which ended the Yamaha rider’s day. Martin’s misfortune moved Shimoda into second and Troy Lee Designs/Red Bull/GASGAS Factory Racing’s Michael Mosiman into third, with Cooper trailing in fourth.
 
With no pressure from behind, Lawrence cruised to an emphatic moto win, crossing the finish line 8.3 seconds ahead of Shimoda, who earned the best moto finish of his career in second. Mosiman finished third, followed by Cooper in fourth and Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Austin Forkner in fifth.Jo Shimoda equaled his career-best finish with a runner-up effort.
Photo: Align Media

The second moto began with Shimoda charging to the MotoSport.com Holeshot and the early lead ahead of Lawrence and Cooper. The Japanese rider’s first opportunity at the head of the pack was met with a stiff challenge from his former teammate and close friend. Lawrence started to look for a way past Shimoda, and while the Kawasaki rider responded initially, Lawrence eventually made the pass to once again secure control of the moto.
 
Lawrence quickly built a multi-second advantage over Shimoda as Cooper gave pursuit from third. The Australian continued to extend his advantage on the field, which shifted the focus to Shimoda and Cooper and their battle for second. Cooper closed on the Kawasaki rider briefly, but then started to lose touch. Before long, Cooper was battling just to keep hold of his spot in the top three as Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s RJ Hampshire closed in from fourth. Hampshire made quick work of Cooper and took over third.
 
Hampshire’s forward push continued as he set his sights on Shimoda for second. The Husqvarna rider closed the gap and was patient in looking for his opportunity to try and make a pass. When he finally made his run it came on the track’s longest stretch of jumps, which carried Hampshire around Shimoda and into second. However, the battle persisted as Shimoda fought back. They traded fast laps and Shimoda was able to show a wheel in several areas, but Hampshire held on as they navigated lapped traffic.
 
Back out front, Lawrence capped off the most impressive outing of his young career and the most dominant performance of the 2021 season with his first ever moto sweep. He took the checkered flag nine seconds ahead of Hampshire, who fended off Shimoda in third. Cooper finished a distant fourth.Justin Cooper kept his podium streak intact in third, but lost possession of the red number plate.
Photo: Align Media

Lawrence’s triumph (1-1) signifies the third overall victory of the season for the 18 year old and the fourth win of his career. Shimoda followed in the runner-up spot (2-3) to equal his career-best result, while Cooper secured his 10th podium finish of the season in third (4-4), despite failing to finish in the top three in either moto for the first time this summer.
 
“It’s a great feeling (to go 1-1),” said Lawrence. “It shows I’m not giving up. I’ve been needing this for a while now. It feels good and I hope I can continue this through the rest of the season.”
 
Lawrence’s return to the top of the 250 Class standings came via a 14-point swing between he and Cooper, who entered the Ironman National with a three-point lead. Lawrence now holds an 11-point advantage over Cooper with four motos remaining.
 
“I just have to keep fighting,” said Cooper. “It’s not going to be easy. Jett (Lawrence) was riding awesome today and I had nothing for him. I got the best I could out of myself and I have to be happy with that. I just need to keep digging. It’s not over til it’s over.”Lawrence reclaimed the red plate and now has an 11-point lead in the 250 Class standings.
Photo: Align MediaThe 2021 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship will make its return to the West Coast for the penultimate round of the season next Saturday, September 4, for a second visit to Pala, California’s Fox Raceway on Labor Day weekend. The Maxxis Fox Raceway National, presented by Fox Racing, will feature live broadcast coverage of the first motos on MAVTV Motorsports Network, beginning at 1 p.m. PT / 4 p.m. ET. Coverage of the second motos will be showcased via tape delay on NBC Sports Network at 4 p.m. PT / 7 p.m. ET. The action from Southern California will also stream live all day long on Peacock, beginning with exclusive qualifying coverage at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET, followed by four consecutive hours of moto coverage beginning at 1 p.m. PT / 4 p.m. ET.

Results

Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship
Guaranteed Rate Ironman National
Ironman Raceway – Crawfordsville, Indiana
August 28, 2021

450 Class Overall Results (Moto Finish)

  1. Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Kawasaki (2-1)
  2. Dylan Ferrandis, France, Yamaha (1-2)
  3. Cooper Webb, Newport, N.C., KTM (4-3)
  4. Ken Roczen, Germany, Honda (3-5)
  5. Chase Sexton, La Moille, Ill., Honda (5-4)
  6. Coty Schock, Dover, Del., Honda (8-6)
  7. Joey Savatgy, Thomasville, Ga., KTM (7-8)
  8. Justin Bogle, Cushing, Okla., KTM (10-7)
  9. Brandon Hartranft, Brick, N.J., Suzuki (9-9)
  10. Kyle Chisholm, Clearwater, Fla., Yamaha (11-10)

450 Class Championship Standings (Round 10 of 12)

  1. Dylan Ferrandis, France, Yamaha – 439
  2. Ken Roczen, Germany, Honda – 389
  3. Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Kawasaki – 368
  4. Chase Sexton, La Moille, Ill., Honda – 342
  5. Cooper Webb, Newport, N.C., KTM – 278
  6. Marvin Musquin, France, KTM – 240
  7. Justin Barcia, Monroe, N.Y., GASGAS – 239
  8. Aaron Plessinger, Hamilton, Ohio, Yamaha – 232
  9. Christian Craig, El Cajon, Calif., Yamaha – 224
  10. Joey Savatgy, Thomasville, Ga., KTM – 216

250 Class Overall Results (Moto Finish)

  1. Jett Lawrence, Australia, Honda (1-1)
  2. Jo Shimoda, Japan, Kawasaki (2-3)
  3. Justin Cooper, Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y., Yamaha (4-4)
  4. Michael Mosiman, Sebastopol, Calif., GASGAS (3-6)
  5. Austin Forkner, Richards, Mo., Kawasaki (5-5)
  6. RJ Hampshire, Hudson, Fla., Husqvarna (13-2)
  7. Ty Masterpool, Paradise, Texas, GASGAS (6-7)
  8. Carson Mumford, Simi Valley, Calif., Honda (8-8)
  9. Hunter Lawrence, Australia, Honda (12-9)
  10. Dilan Schwartz, Alpine, Calif., Suzuki (9-13)

250 Class Championship Standings (Round 10 of 12)

  1. Jett Lawrence, Australia, Honda – 414
  2. Justin Cooper, Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y., Yamaha – 403
  3. Hunter Lawrence, Australia, Honda – 319
  4. Jeremy Martin, Millville, Minn., Yamaha – 307
  5. RJ Hampshire, Hudson, Fla., Husqvarna – 300
  6. Jo Shimoda, Japan, Kawasaki – 262
  7. Austin Forkner, Richards, Mo., Kawasaki – 218
  8. Jalek Swoll, Belleview, Fla., Husqvarna – 195
  9. Michael Mosiman, Sebastopol, Calif., GASGAS – 189
  10. Max Vohland, Sacramento, Calif., KTM – 182

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“27 AUGUST 2021

Romain Febvre signs two-year Kawasaki factory KHI deal for 2022 and 2023.”

“27 AUGUST 2021

Romain Febvre signs two-year Kawasaki factory deal
French rider, Romain Febvre, has signed a direct contract with KHI, the Kawasaki factory to compete in MXGP for 2022 and 2023”

« Romain Febvre signs two-year Kawasaki factory deal

French rider, Romain Febvre, has signed a direct contract with KHI, the Kawasaki factory to compete in MXGP for 2022 and 2023

The deal is a tangible indication of the confidence Kawasaki has in the World Championship potential of the 29 year old from Epinal, the capital of the Vosges department of north eastern France.

With a reputation for the ability to win on any surface from hard pack to deep sand, Febvre will be a core element of the Kawasaki approach to motocross at its highest level according to Race Planning Manager for Kawasaki Motors Europe, Steve Guttridge.

“From his first races as part of our lime green family we could see what a great fit Romain was with Kawasaki and the KX450. His affinity with the bike is there for all to see. He has a great vision for what he wants to achieve and a plan of attack that marks him out as exceptional even amongst the very best of the current crop of top MXGP riders.”
For Romain to conclude a two-year deal before the 2021 season has matured will allow him to concentrate on the job in hand as the Frenchman explains.

“It was very important for me to agree a deal to allow me to focus on the 2021 Championship and give my best efforts to my team. I am now one of the fastest guys in the Championship and I am looking forward to a new adventure and achieving great things on the factory Kawasaki.

A two-year deal will allow me to plan and extend even further my abilities with the KX450. It already suits my style well in terms of the type of power delivery I like plus the narrow chassis suits my riding style and body positioning really well. Now I have the time and space to fine tune the package and continue the necessary training regime to achieve my goal, an MXGP world title for Kawasaki.”

Concluding, Steve Guttridge added that Kawasaki hoped that the announcement would answer paddock speculation and so allow Febvre to concentrate fully on what has become a fascinating and hard fought 2021 season.

“There is still work to do in this year’s championship and Romain and our team are pushing as hard as they can to get on the top step at every round and fighting for the title this season. We are super happy to have secured Romain to compete in MXGP and we hope that all Kawasaki fans worldwide will join us on this exciting journey. Now that we have announced this factory deal for the coming two years, we hope that Romain will be given the time, space and respect necessary now to focus on the job in hand.” »”

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Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Results: Circle K Budds Creek National

Ferrandis Prevails Over Roczen via Tiebreaker at Budds Creek
for Fifth Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Win

Martin Captures Class-Leading Third 250 Class Victory

MECHANICSVILLE, Md. (August 21, 2021) – Nestled in the shadow of the nation’s capital of Washington D.C., Southern Maryland’s Budds Creek Motocross Park served as the site of the ninth round of the 2021 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing. Intermittent cloud cover was complemented by humid conditions for the Circle K Budds Creek National, as a fierce battle for victory unfolded in the 450 Class and required a tiebreaker to determine a winner. In the end, Monster Energy/Star/Yamaha Racing’s Dylan Ferrandis prevailed over Team Honda HRC’s Ken Roczen for the Frenchman’s fifth win of the summer. In the 250 Class, Monster Energy/Star/Yamaha Racing’s Jeremy Martin relied on an emphatic win in the final moto to capture his class-leading third victory of the season.Points leader Dylan Ferrandis emerged with his fifth victory of the 2021 season.
Photo: Align Media

The first 450 Class moto got underway with Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Cooper Webb at the head of the pack with the MotoSport.com Holeshot, with Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Eli Tomac and Roczen in hot pursuit. Known as one of the best opening-lap riders in the world, Roczen put the hammer down immediately and made a quick pass on Tomac for second and then fought his way into the lead around Webb a short time later. By the completion of the first circuit, Roczen was already more than a second clear of the field.
 
As Roczen continued to inch away, Webb and Tomac battled it out for second, which allowed Team Honda HRC’s Chase Sexton and Ferrandis, the championship leader, to join the mix. A determined Tomac saw several pass attempts thwarted by Webb, but he eventually made the move. However, a hard charge by Sexton saw the Honda rider get by both Webb and Tomac on the same lap to vault from fourth to second and put Honda 1-2 in the running order.
 
The Honda duo continued to put distance over the rest of the field as Tomac started to lose ground to Ferrandis in fourth. The Frenchman got into a rhythm and soon found himself within a few bike lengths of the Kawasaki, at which point he went on the attack and made an impressive pass to take control of third. Back out front, Sexton started to chip away at his deficit to Roczen and closed to within a few seconds of the lead, while Ferrandis continued to log the fastest laps on the track.
 
With less than five minutes remaining in the moto, the top three ran within five seconds of one another, with Ferrandis consistently the fastest of the trio. As the race clock ticked to under a minute remaining, Ferrandis closed in on Sexton for third and took advantage of a lapped rider to make the pass happen with relative ease. With two laps to go, four seconds separated the championship rivals. Ferrandis took huge chunks out of his deficit and closed to within striking distance on the final lap, and even had a shot at stealing the win as they navigated the final section, but Roczen held on to take the moto win by three tenths of a second. Sexton finished a distant third, with Tomac fourth and Webb fifth. The torrid pace by Roczen and Ferrandis saw them lap through 11th place.Ken Roczen just missed out securing back-to-back wins with a runner-up finish.
Photo: Align MediaThe German picked up where he left off to start the second moto by racing to the MotoSport.com Holeshot over Webb, Ferrandis, and Sexton. With no one ahead of him Roczen put his head down and sprinted away on the opening lap to a lead of just under two seconds. Behind him, Sexton aided his teammate with a pass on Ferrandis, which dropped the Yamaha rider to fourth. Sexton wasn’t done and he kept the charge going on Webb, easily moving into second to put the Honda riders once again at the head of the pack. Ferrandis responded as well and made the pass on Webb for third, while Tomac dropped Webb to fifth a short time later.

The top four riders on the track ran within a handful of seconds of one another 10 minutes into the moto and things only got tighter from there. As the race reached the halfway point the gap closed to just over two seconds. A bobble by Sexton allowed Ferrandis to move into second and put Sexton into the clutches of Tomac. The Kawasaki rider bided his time but eventually made his move to take over third.

Up front, Ferrandis had Roczen in his sights. They traded fast laps to keep the gap at about a second as they approached the final 10 minutes of the moto, while Tomac lurked in third. A battle for the lead ensued as Ferrandis looked for a way around. After several attempts Ferrandis made the pass happen and seized control of the moto with seven minutes to go. Once out front, the Frenchman gapped the German and appeared to have the moto in hand. Roczen was able to put in a late charge in the closing laps and got within a few bike lengths of Ferrandis, but the points leader responded, was more efficient navigating lapped traffic, and brought home the moto win by 4.8 seconds at the end.Eli Tomac rounded out the overall podium in third.
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With identical moto scores, Ferrandis (2-1) and Roczen (1-2) ended the day tied atop the overall classification. However, by virtue of his better result in the second moto Ferrandis earned the tiebreaker to earn his fifth win of the season. Tomac completed the overall podium in third (4-3).
 
“Last weekend I got beat so bad, so we made some changes this week and came back better (today),” said Ferrandis. “The bike was so good, I could do whatever I wanted. I was glad to get my pace back and in the second moto I was able to catch Kenny (Roczen) and battle for the win. It was fun, but it’s always the most fun when you win.”
 
With equal points for the afternoon, Ferrandis’ lead over Roczen in the 450 Class standings remains at 39 points with three rounds remaining. Tomac remains third, 71 out of the lead.Ferrandis has a 39-point lead with three rounds remaining.
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The first gate drop of the 250 Class saw the 40-rider field funnel into the first turn, from which Monster Energy/Star/Yamaha Racing’s Justin Cooper, the championship leader, emerged with the MotoSport.com Holeshot, followed by Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Jalek Swoll and Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Austin Forkner. The clear track paid big dividends for Cooper as he was able to sprint out to an early lead while Swoll and Forkner duked it out for second. Cooper completed the opening lap with a three-second advantage, while Forkner made the pass and settled into second.
 
As Cooper and Forkner continued to lead the way, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s RJ Hampshire was on a march forward. After starting fifth, Hampshire made a pass for fourth and then worked his way around teammate Swoll to take control of third. Hampshire then set his sights on Forkner. As he gave pursuit, Hampshire encountered misfortune and lost several positions, which moved Swoll back up to third, but under heavy pressure from Team Honda HRC’s Jett Lawrence. The Australian rider was patient and made the pass for third.
 
With 10 minutes left in the moto the battle for second heated up between Forkner and Lawrence, who was the fastest rider on the track at this stage of the race. As they navigated through lapped traffic Lawrence benefitted from a rider who crashed right in front of Forkner and forced the Kawasaki rider off-line, which allowed Lawreance to take over the position unchallenged. Cooper and Lawrence, the top two riders in the championship, were then separated by 5.4 seconds with six minutes to go.
 
Cooper responded to Lawrence’s charge from second and picked up the pace in the closing stages of the moto to maintain his advantage. He easily finished off a wire-to-wire victory and secured his fifth moto win of the season by 5.3 seconds over Lawrence while Martin followed with a quiet third-place effort, with Forkner fourth and Swoll fifth.Jeremy Martin is now the winningest rider in the 250 Class with three victories this season.
Photo: Align Media

The second moto roared out the gate with Martin leading the way with the MotoSport.com Holeshot, followed by Lawrence in second, as Cooper navigated his way into the top five. With no one in front of them, Martin and Lawrence quickly moved out to a lead of more than four seconds on the rest of the field, with about two seconds separating the top two.
 
As the lead pair settled in, the attention shifted to Cooper as he looked to move up the running order. He gave chase to Team Honda HRC’s Hunter Lawrence from fifth, as both riders looked to track down AEO GASGAS’ Ty Masterpool in third. Masterpool then went down, which allowed Lawrence to assume third and Cooper fourth. That was ultimately the last change for position amongst the top five.
 
Martin was dominant en route to his sixth moto win of the season with a wire-to-wire effort. He took the checkered flag 8.8 seconds ahead of Jett Lawrence in second with Hunter Lawrence third, followed by Cooper in fourth.Jett Lawrence’s runner-up finish gained him one point in the title fight.
Photo: Align Media

By virtue of his second-moto win, Martin surged to the top of the overall classification with 3-1 moto finishes. It signified the 20th victory of his career, which moves him into a tie with Steve Lamson for fourth on the all-time wins list.
 
“It was a hot one today,” said Martin. “I think I’m able to dig deep because as a kid I had to do chores on my parent’s track (Spring Creek MX Park), so I think I’m used to the heat. My team had the bike dialed in, it was just on rails out there. I haven’t been that comfortable on the bike in a while and it just feels so good when everything is working perfectly like that.”
 
Jett Lawrence just missed out on the overall win by a single point but settled for the runner-up spot (2-2) and his sixth podium finish of the season. Cooper was one additional point behind in third (1-4) to keep his unblemished podium streak this season intact at nine rounds.
 
Lawrence gained a single point on Cooper in the 250 Class standings, where three points now separate the championship rivals with three rounds remaining. Martin’s victory moved him up to third, 60 points out of the lead.
 
“I’m coming off a sickness a few days ago, so I’m just happy to be here to be honest,” said Cooper. “I didn’t have the energy to keep up with those guys today, so I’m pretty satisfied to come away with a podium. We only lost a point in the championship and have three rounds to go, so we need to be ready to fight to the finish.”Justin Cooper brought home another podium finish, his ninth in nine rounds.
Photo: Align MediaJust three rounds remain in the 2021 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, which will travel to the motorsports mecca of the greater Indianapolis area next Saturday, August 28, for the 10th round of the season and the Guaranteed Rate Ironman National from Crawfordsville, Indiana’s Ironman Raceway. A full slate of live broadcast coverage will kick off with a telecast of the opening motos on MAVTV Motorsports Network, beginning at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET, followed by a broadcast of the second motos on NBC Sports Network, beginning at 12 p.m. PT / 3 p.m. ET. Action from Ironman will also stream live all day long on Peacock, beginning with exclusive qualifying coverage at 7 a.m. PT / 10 a.m. ET, followed by four consecutive hours of moto coverage beginning at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET.

Results

Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship
Circle K Budds Creek National
Budds Creek Motocross Park – Mechanicsville, Maryland
August 21, 2021

450 Class Overall Results (Moto Finish)

  1. Dylan Ferrandis, France, Yamaha (2-1)
  2. Ken Roczen, Germany, Honda (1-2)
  3. Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Kawasaki (4-3)
  4. Chase Sexton, La Moille, Ill., Honda (3-4)
  5. Cooper Webb, Newport, N.C., KTM (5-6)
  6. Joey Savatgy, Thomasville, Ga., KTM (6-7)
  7. Marvin Musquin, France, KTM (10-5)
  8. Dean Wilson, Scotland, Husqvarna (8-9)
  9. Coty Schock, Dover, Del., Honda (7-11)
  10. Max Anstie, England, Suzuki (9-10)

450 Class Championship Standings (Round 9 of 12)

  1. Dylan Ferrandis, France, Yamaha – 392
  2. Ken Roczen, Germany, Honda – 353
  3. Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Kawasaki – 321
  4. Chase Sexton, La Moille, Ill., Honda – 308
  5. Marvin Musquin, France, KTM – 240
  6. Cooper Webb, Newport, N.C., KTM – 240
  7. Justin Barcia, Monroe, N.Y., GASGAS – 239
  8. Christian Craig, El Cajon, Calif., Yamaha – 224
  9. Aaron Plessinger, Hamilton, Ohio, Yamaha – 217
  10. Joey Savatgy, Thomasville, Ga., KTM – 189

250 Class Overall Results (Moto Finish)

  1. Jeremy Martin, Millville, Minn., Yamaha (3-1)
  2. Jett Lawrence, Australia, Honda (2-2)
  3. Justin Cooper, Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y., Yamaha (1-4)
  4. Hunter Lawrence, Australia, Honda (6-3)
  5. Austin Forkner, Richards, Mo., Kawasaki (4-5)
  6. Jo Shimoda, Japan, Kawasaki (7-7)
  7. RJ Hampshire, Hudson, Fla., Husqvarna (9-6)
  8. Ty Masterpool, Paradise, Texas, GASGAS (8-9)
  9. Dilan Schwartz, Alpine, Calif., Suzuki (10-8)
  10. Jalek Swoll, Belleview, Fla., Husqvarna (5-15)

250 Class Championship Standings (Round 9 of 12)

  1. Justin Cooper, Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y., Yamaha – 367
  2. Jett Lawrence, Australia, Honda – 364
  3. Jeremy Martin, Millville, Minn., Yamaha – 307
  4. Hunter Lawrence, Australia, Honda – 298
  5. RJ Hampshire, Hudson, Fla., Husqvarna – 270
  6. Jo Shimoda, Japan, Kawasaki – 220
  7. Jalek Swoll, Belleview, Fla., Husqvarna – 195
  8. Austin Forkner, Richards, Mo., Kawasaki – 186
  9. Colt Nichols, Muskogee, Okla., Yamaha – 172
  10. Max Vohland, Sacramento, Calif., KTM – 168

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