2010 Sidecarcross World Championship

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2010 Sidecarcross World Championship season
Season
Grands Prix 14
Start date 5 April
End date 12 September
Drivers
Champions Netherlands Daniël Willemsen
Netherlands Gertie Eggink
Sidecarcross des Nations Netherlands Netherlands
Chronology
Previous season Next season
2009 2011

The 2010 FIM Sidecarcross World Championship, the 31st edition of the competition, started on 5 April and finished after fourteen race weekends on 12 September 2010.[1]

The defending champions were Joris Hendrickx from Belgium and Kaspars Liepins from Latvia. The championship was won by Daniël Willemsen from the Netherlands, his eighth title, with his compatriot Gertie Eggink as his passenger. In the final two races of the season, Willemsen used Dagwin Sabbe as his passenger, replacing Eggink.

Parallel to the riders competition, a manufacturers championship was also held,[2] which was won by WSP, with VMC coming second.

Sidecarcross passenger in action

The Sidecarcross World Championship, first held in 1980 and organised by the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme, is an annual competition. All races, manufacturers and the vast majority of riders in the competition being in and from Europe.[1][3] Sidecarcross is similar to motocross except that the teams consist of two riders, a driver and a passenger. Races are held on the same tracks as solo motocross but the handling of the machines differs as sidecars don't lean. The majority of physical work in the sport is carried out by the passenger, who speeds up the sidecarcross in corners by leaning out. The coordination between the driver and the passenger are therefore of highest importance.[4]

Overview[edit]

The fourteen races of the season were held in twelve countries, Netherlands, Great Britain, France, Italy, Poland, Ukraine, Belgium, Germany, Estonia, Latvia, Russia and Denmark. It was the first time since 2001, that the championship returned to Great Britain. Italy was last on the calendar in 2008, the other ten countries all hosted races in 2009, too. The Swiss GP, which was held for the first time since 2001 in 2009, was again dropped from the schedule.[5]

Format[edit]

The 2010 champion Daniël Willemsen in action in 2009.

Every Grand Prix weekend is split into two races, both held on the same day. This means, the 2011 season with its thirteen Grand Prix has 26 races. Each race lasts for 30 minutes plus two laps. The two races on a weekend actually get combined to determined an overall winner. In case of a tie, the results of the second race as used to determined the winner. While this overall winners receives no extra WC points, they usually are awarded a special trophy. Race start times are set at 13:30 and 16:00.[2]

Events typically consist of a qualifying competition, held in multiple stages on Saturdays of a race weekend while the two race events are typically held on Sundays. One exception to this rule is Easter weekends, when the races are held on Easter Monday. Race weekends can consist of additional motocross or quart support races as well, but the FIM stipulates that the World Championship races have priority. Riders have to be provided with at least one 30 minute free practice season, which will be timed. A race can consist of up to 30 starters and the qualifying modus is dependend on the number of entries. Up to 32 entries, it will be held in one group split into two sesions of 30 minutes each. Above 32 entries, the starter field will be sub-divided into two groups through ballot and the current standings. Each qualifying group can consist of up to 30 racers. Should there be more than 60 entries, a pre-qualifying has to be held. Of the riders in the two groups, the top-twelve directly qualify for the races. The remaining teams then go to a second-chance qualifying, in which the best six advance. The riders placed seventh and eighth remain in reserve should one of the qualified teams not be able to participate.[2]

The FIM stipulates that all drivers must be of a minimum age of 18 while passengers have to be at least 16 years old to compete, but no older than 50. Riders older than 50 have to provide a certificate of medical fitness to be permitted to compete. The driver has the right to exchange his passenger under certain conditions.[2]

Starting numbers for the season are awarded according to the previous seasons overall finishing position of the driver. Current or former World Champions have however the right to pick any number they wish, except the number one which is reserved for the current World Champion.[2]

The competition is open for motor cycles with two-stroke engines from between 350 and 750cc and four-stroke engines of up to 1,000cc. Each team is permitted the use of two motorcycles with the possibility of changing machines between races.[2]

The FIM does not permit radio communication between riders and their teams. Outside assistance during the race on the course is not permitted unless it is through race marshals in the interest of safety. Limited repairs in the designated repair zone during the race are permitted.[2]

The first twenty teams of each race score competition points. The point system for the 2010 season is as follows:

Place Points
1 25
2 22
3 20
4 18
5 16
6 15
7 14
8 13
9 12
10 11
Place Points
11 10
12 9
13 8
14 7
15 6
16 5
17 4
18 3
19 2
20 1

Prize money[edit]

In 2010, prize money was awarded to all rider scoring points, with €300 going to each race winner, €250 to the runners-up, gradually declining from there, with €50 going to all teams placed 12th to 20th. Additionally, every team qualified for the race plus the two reserve teams receive €500 in travel compensation.[2]

Calendar[edit]

The calendar for the 2010 season:[1]

Date Place Race winners GP winner Source
5 April Netherlands Oldebroek Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Result
Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink
18 April United Kingdom Langrish Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis Result
Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepiņš
2 May France Plomion Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepiņš Result
Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepiņš
16 May Italy Cingoli Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepiņš Result
Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink
6 June Poland Wschowa Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx Result
Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx
13 June Ukraine Chernivtsi Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx Result
Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx
4 July Belgium Genk Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Result
Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepiņš
11 July Germany Strassbessenbach Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Result
Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink
18 July France Saint-Mamet Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepiņš Result
Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepiņš
1 August Estonia Kiviõli Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Result
Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink
8 August Latvia Ķegums Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepiņš Result
Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepiņš
15 August Russia Penza Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepiņš Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepiņš Result
Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink
5 September Denmark Slagelse Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Dagwin Sabbe Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Dagwin Sabbe Result
Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Bogaart
12 September Germany Rudersberg Germany Marko Happich / Martin Betschart Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Bogaart Result
Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Bogaart
26 September Slovakia Sverepec Netherlands Netherlands
  • The Sidecarcross des Nations is a non-championship event but part of the calendar and is denoted by a light blue background in the table above.
  • Flags for passengers not shown.

Classification[edit]

Riders[edit]

The top ten teams in the final overall standings were:[3]

Position Driver / Passenger Equipment Bike
No
Points
1 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Zabel-WSP 111 556
2 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Latvia Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC 1 547
3 Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx KTM-VMC 2 464
4 Netherlands Etienne Bax / Belgium Ben van den Bogaart Zabel-EML 8 456
5 Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis KTM-WSP 7 423
6 Belgium Ben Adriaenssen / Netherlands Kenny van Gaalen KTM-VMC 18 322
7 Czech Republic Tomas Cermak / Ondrej Cermak JAWA-MEFO 10 286
8 Latvia Janis Daiders / Lauris Daiders KTM-VMC 3 283
9 France Baptiste Bigand / Julien Bigand Zabel-VMC 33 243
10 Netherlands Jan Visscher / Jeroen Visscher Zabel-VMC 15 232
  • Equipment listed is motor and frame.

Manufacturers[edit]

Parallel to the riders championship, a manufacturers competition is also held. In every race, only the best-placed rider of every make is awarded points in this competition.[2]

The final overall standings in the manufacturers competition were:[3]

Position Manufacturer Points
1 WSP 626
2 VMC 617
3 MEFO 400
4 Husaberg 218
5 KTM 184
6 AYR 83
7 BETA 13

2010 season races[edit]

Oldebroek - Netherlands[edit]

The top ten of the first Grand Prix of the 2010 season, held on Easter Monday, 5 April 2010, at Oldebroek in the Netherlands:[6][7]

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Race 1 Race 2
# Team Make # Team Make
1 111 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Zabel-WSP 111 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Zabel-WSP
2 8 Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Bogaart Zabel-EML 7 Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis KTM-WSP
3 18 Belgium Ben Adriaenssen / Kenny van Gaalen KTM-VMC 18 Belgium Ben Adriaenssen / Kenny van Gaalen KTM-VMC
4 7 Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis KTM-WSP 2 Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx KTM-VMC
5 24 Netherlands Marcel Willemsen / Bruno Kaelin Zabel-WSP 8 Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Boogaert Zabel-EML
6 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC 9 United Kingdom Stuart Brown / Luke Peters Husaberg-MEFO
7 3 Latvia Janis Daiders / Lauris Daiders KTM-VMC 4 Germany Marko Happich / Martin Betschart Zabel-MEFO
8 2 Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx KTM-VMC 3 Latvia Janis Daiders / Lauris Daiders KTM-VMC
9 33 France Baptiste Bigand / Julien Bigand Zabel-VMC 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC
10 9 United Kingdom Stuart Brown / Luke Peters Husaberg-MEFO 33 France Baptiste Bigand / Julien Bigand Zabel-VMC

Langrish - Great Britain[edit]

The top ten of the British Grand Prix, held on 18 April at Langrish:[8]

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Race 1 Race 2
# Team Make # Team Make
1 7 Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis KTM-WSP 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC
2 2 Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx KTM-VMC 7 Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis KTM-WSP
3 111 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Zabel-WSP 111 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Zabel-WSP
4 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC 2 Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx KTM-VMC
5 3 Latvia Janis Daiders / Lauris Daiders KTM-VMC 11 Belgium Peter Steegmans / Sven Verbrugge KTM-WSP
6 33 France Baptiste Bigand / Julien Bigand Zabel-VMC 3 Latvia Janis Daiders / Lauris Daiders KTM-VMC
7 10 Czech Republic Tomas Cermak / Ondrej Cermak JAWA-MEFO 33 France Baptiste Bigand / Julien Bigand Zabel-VMC
8 6 Czech Republic Vaclav Rozehnal / Marek Rozehnal Zabel-VMC 9 United Kingdom Stuart Brown / Luke Peters Husaberg-MEFO
9 18 Belgium Ben Adriaenssen / Kenny van Gaalen KTM-VMC 18 Belgium Ben Adriaenssen / Kenny van Gaalen KTM-VMC
10 9 United Kingdom Stuart Brown / Luke Peters Husaberg-MEFO 14 Germany Thomas Morch / Robbie Bax Zabel-WHT

Plomion - France[edit]

The top ten of the first of two French Grand Prix in 2010, held on 2 May at Plomion:[9]

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Race 1 Race 2
# Team Make # Team Make
1 111 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Zabel-WSP 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC
2 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC 30 Russia Ewgeny Scherbinin / Haralds Kurpnieks KTM-WSP
3 30 Russia Ewgeny Scherbinin / Haralds Kurpnieks KTM-WSP 2 Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx KTM-VMC
4 3 Latvia Janis Daiders / Lauris Daiders KTM-VMC 33 France Baptiste Bigand / Julien Bigand Zabel-VMC
5 6 Czech Republic Vaclav Rozehnal / Marek Rozehnal Zabel-VMC 15 Netherlands Jan Visscher / Jeroen Visscher Zabel-VMC
6 7 Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis KTM-WSP 11 Belgium Peter Steegmans / Sven Verbrugge KTM-WSP
7 18 Belgium Ben Adriaenssen / Kenny van Gaalen KTM-VMC 7 Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis KTM-WSP
8 8 Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Boogaert Zabel-EML 9 United Kingdom Stuart Brown / Luke Peters Husaberg-MEFO
9 15 Netherlands Jan Visscher / Jeroen Visscher Zabel-VMC 3 Latvia Janis Daiders / Lauris Daiders KTM-VMC
10 10 Czech Republic Tomas Cermak / Ondrej Cermak JAWA-MEFO 24 Netherlands Marcel Willemsen / Bruno Kaelin Zabel-WSP

Cingoli - Italy[edit]

The top ten of the Italian Grand Prix in 2010, held on 16 May at Cingoli:[10]

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Race 1 Race 2
# Team Make # Team Make
1 2 Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx KTM-VMC 111 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Zabel-WSP
2 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC
3 4 Germany Marko Happich / Martin Betschart Zabel-MEFO 7 Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis KTM-WSP
4 111 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Zabel-WSP 2 Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx KTM-VMC
5 7 Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis KTM-WSP 8 Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Boogaert Zabel-EML
6 17 United Kingdom Daniel Millard / Joe Millard Husaberg-WHT 4 Germany Marko Happich / Martin Betschart Zabel-MEFO
7 9 United Kingdom Stuart Brown / Luke Peters Husaberg-MEFO 17 United Kingdom Daniel Millard / Joe Millard Husaberg-WHT
8 8 Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Boogaert Zabel-EML 3 Latvia Janis Daiders / Lauris Daiders KTM-VMC
9 3 Latvia Janis Daiders / Lauris Daiders KTM-VMC 11 Belgium Peter Steegmans / Sven Verbrugge KTM-WSP
10 10 Czech Republic Tomas Cermak / Ondrej Cermak JAWA-MEFO 10 Czech Republic Tomas Cermak / Ondrej Cermak JAWA-MEFO

Wschowa - Poland[edit]

The top ten of the Polish Grand Prix in 2010, held on 6 June at Wschowa:[11]

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Race 1 Race 2
# Team Make # Team Make
1 111 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Zabel-WSP 2 Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx KTM-VMC
2 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC 3 Latvia Janis Daiders / Lauris Daiders KTM-VMC
3 2 Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx KTM-VMC 18 Belgium Ben Adriaenssen / Kenny van Gaalen KTM-VMC
4 8 Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Boogaert Zabel-EML 7 Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis KTM-WSP
5 18 Belgium Ben Adriaenssen / Kenny van Gaalen KTM-VMC 6 Czech Republic Vaclav Rozehnal / Marek Rozehnal Zabel-VMC
6 6 Czech Republic Vaclav Rozehnal / Marek Rozehnal Zabel-VMC 11 Belgium Peter Steegmans / Sven Verbrugge KTM-WSP
7 7 Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis KTM-WSP 10 Czech Republic Tomas Cermak / Ondrej Cermak JAWA-MEFO
8 15 Netherlands Jan Visscher / Jeroen Visscher Zabel-VMC 8 Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Boogaert Zabel-EML
9 10 Czech Republic Tomas Cermak / Ondrej Cermak JAWA-MEFO 111 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Zabel-WSP
10 4 Germany Marko Happich / Martin Betschart Zabel-MEFO 33 France Baptiste Bigand / Julien Bigand Zabel-VMC

Chernivtsi - Ukraine[edit]

The top ten of the Ukrainian Grand Prix in 2010, held on 13 June at Chernivtsi:[12]

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Race 1 Race 2
# Team Make # Team Make
1 111 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Zabel-WSP 2 Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx KTM-VMC
2 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC 7 Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis KTM-WSP
3 33 France Baptiste Bigand / Julien Bigand Zabel-VMC 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC
4 2 Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx KTM-VMC 3 Latvia Janis Daiders / Lauris Daiders KTM-VMC
5 6 Czech Republic Vaclav Rozehnal / Marek Rozehnal Zabel-VMC 6 Czech Republic Vaclav Rozehnal / Marek Rozehnal Zabel-VMC
6 11 Belgium Peter Steegmans / Sven Verbrugge KTM-WSP 10 Czech Republic Tomas Cermak / Ondrej Cermak JAWA-MEFO
7 8 Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Boogaert Zabel-EML 18 Belgium Ben Adriaenssen / Kenny van Gaalen KTM-VMC
8 7 Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis KTM-WSP 14 Germany Thomas Morch / Robbie Bax Zabel-WHT
9 14 Germany Thomas Morch / Robbie Bax Zabel-WHT 33 France Baptiste Bigand / Julien Bigand Zabel-VMC
10 10 Czech Republic Tomas Cermak / Ondrej Cermak JAWA-MEFO 9 United Kingdom Stuart Brown / Luke Peters Husaberg-MEFO

Genk - Belgium[edit]

The top ten of the Belgian Grand Prix in 2010, held on 4 July at Genk:[13]

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Race 1 Race 2
# Team Make # Team Make
1 111 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Zabel-WSP 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC
2 11 Belgium Peter Steegmans / Sven Verbrugge KTM-WSP 8 Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Boogaert Zabel-EML
3 33 France Baptiste Bigand / Julien Bigand Zabel-VMC 10 Czech Republic Tomas Cermak / Ondrej Cermak JAWA-MEFO
4 8 Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Boogaert Zabel-EML 111 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Zabel-WSP
5 2 Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx KTM-VMC 3 Latvia Janis Daiders / Lauris Daiders KTM-VMC
6 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC 6 Czech Republic Vaclav Rozehnal / Marek Rozehnal Zabel-VMC
7 9 United Kingdom Stuart Brown / Luke Peters Husaberg-MEFO 15 Netherlands Jan Visscher / Jeroen Visscher Zabel-VMC
8 15 Netherlands Jan Visscher / Jeroen Visscher Zabel-VMC 20 Germany Martin Walter / Thomas Weinmann Zabel-WHT
9 3 Latvia Janis Daiders / Lauris Daiders KTM-VMC 7 Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis KTM-WSP
10 17 United Kingdom Daniel Millard / Joe Millard Husaberg-WHT 17 United Kingdom Daniel Millard / Joe Millard Husaberg-WHT

Strassbessenbach - Germany[edit]

The top ten of the first of two German Grand Prix in 2010, held on 11 July at Strassbessenbach:[14]

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Race 1 Race 2
# Team Make # Team Make
1 111 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Zabel-WSP 111 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Zabel-WSP
2 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC
3 11 Belgium Peter Steegmans / Sven Verbrugge KTM-WSP 8 Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Boogaert Zabel-EML
4 8 Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Boogaert Zabel-EML 10 Czech Republic Tomas Cermak / Ondrej Cermak JAWA-MEFO
5 3 Latvia Janis Daiders / Lauris Daiders KTM-VMC 3 Latvia Janis Daiders / Lauris Daiders KTM-VMC
6 6 Czech Republic Vaclav Rozehnal / Marek Rozehnal Zabel-VMC 7 Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis KTM-WSP
7 18 Belgium Ben Adriaenssen / Kenny van Gaalen KTM-VMC 11 Belgium Peter Steegmans / Sven Verbrugge KTM-WSP
8 2 Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx KTM-VMC 4 Germany Marko Happich / Martin Betschart Zabel-MEFO
9 33 France Baptiste Bigand / Julien Bigand Zabel-VMC 18 Belgium Ben Adriaenssen / Kenny van Gaalen KTM-VMC
10 10 Czech Republic Tomas Cermak / Ondrej Cermak JAWA-MEFO 17 United Kingdom Daniel Millard / Joe Millard Husaberg-WHT

Saint-Mamet - France[edit]

The top ten of the second of two French Grand Prix in 2010, held on 18 July at Saint-Mamet:[15]

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Race 1 Race 2
# Team Make # Team Make
1 111 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Zabel-WSP 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC
2 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC 111 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Zabel-WSP
3 2 Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx KTM-VMC 2 Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx KTM-VMC
4 3 Latvia Janis Daiders / Lauris Daiders KTM-VMC 7 Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis KTM-WSP
5 11 Belgium Peter Steegmans / Sven Verbrugge KTM-WSP 9 United Kingdom Stuart Brown / Luke Peters Husaberg-MEFO
6 7 Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis KTM-WSP 11 Belgium Peter Steegmans / Sven Verbrugge KTM-WSP
7 33 France Baptiste Bigand / Julien Bigand Zabel-VMC 6 Czech Republic Vaclav Rozehnal / Marek Rozehnal Zabel-VMC
8 6 Czech Republic Vaclav Rozehnal / Marek Rozehnal Zabel-VMC 18 Belgium Ben Adriaenssen / Kenny van Gaalen KTM-VMC
9 10 Czech Republic Tomas Cermak / Ondrej Cermak JAWA-MEFO 4 Germany Marko Happich / Martin Betschart Zabel-MEFO
10 8 Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Boogaert Zabel-EML 8 Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Boogaert Zabel-EML

Kiviõli - Estonia[edit]

The top ten of the Estonian Grand Prix in 2010, held on 1 August at Kiviõli:[16]

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Race 1 Race 2
# Team Make # Team Make
1 111 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Zabel-WSP 111 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Zabel-WSP
2 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC
3 2 Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx KTM-VMC 3 Latvia Janis Daiders / Lauris Daiders KTM-VMC
4 3 Latvia Janis Daiders / Lauris Daiders KTM-VMC 2 Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx KTM-VMC
5 8 Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Boogaert Zabel-EML 11 Belgium Peter Steegmans / Sven Verbrugge KTM-WSP
6 7 Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis KTM-WSP 7 Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis KTM-WSP
7 11 Belgium Peter Steegmans / Sven Verbrugge KTM-WSP 6 Czech Republic Vaclav Rozehnal / Marek Rozehnal Zabel-VMC
8 4 Germany Marko Happich / Martin Betschart Zabel-MEFO 4 Germany Marko Happich / Martin Betschart Zabel-MEFO
9 33 France Baptiste Bigand / Julien Bigand Zabel-VMC 18 Belgium Ben Adriaenssen / Kenny van Gaalen KTM-VMC
10 6 Czech Republic Vaclav Rozehnal / Marek Rozehnal Zabel-VMC 8 Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Boogaert Zabel-EML

Ķegums - Latvia[edit]

The top ten of the Latvian Grand Prix in 2010, held on 8 August at Ķegums:[17]

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Race 1 Race 2
# Team Make # Team Make
1 111 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Zabel-WSP 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC
2 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC 8 Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Boogaert Zabel-EML
3 7 Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis KTM-WSP 2 Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx KTM-VMC
4 2 Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx KTM-VMC 7 Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis KTM-WSP
5 18 Belgium Ben Adriaenssen / Kenny van Gaalen KTM-VMC 18 Belgium Ben Adriaenssen / Kenny van Gaalen KTM-VMC
6 6 Czech Republic Vaclav Rozehnal / Marek Rozehnal Zabel-VMC 6 Czech Republic Vaclav Rozehnal / Marek Rozehnal Zabel-VMC
7 8 Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Boogaert Zabel-EML 34 Latvia Arnolds Silis / Gints Silis Zabel-VMC
8 10 Czech Republic Tomas Cermak / Ondrej Cermak JAWA-MEFO 84 Switzerland Andy Bürgler / Markus Gloor KTM-VMC
9 9 United Kingdom Stuart Brown / Luke Peters Husaberg-MEFO 17 United Kingdom Daniel Millard / Joe Millard Husaberg-WHT
10 14 Germany Thomas Morch / Robbie Bax Zabel-WHT 15 Netherlands Jan Visscher / Jeroen Visscher Zabel-VMC

Penza - Russia[edit]

The top ten of the Russian Grand Prix in 2010, held on 15 August at Penza:[18]

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Race 1 Race 2
# Team Make # Team Make
1 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC 111 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Zabel-WSP
2 8 Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Boogaert Zabel-EML 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC
3 111 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Gertie Eggink Zabel-WSP 8 Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Boogaert Zabel-EML
4 18 Belgium Ben Adriaenssen / Kenny van Gaalen KTM-VMC 2 Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx KTM-VMC
5 10 Czech Republic Tomas Cermak / Ondrej Cermak JAWA-MEFO 10 Czech Republic Tomas Cermak / Ondrej Cermak JAWA-MEFO
6 15 Netherlands Jan Visscher / Jeroen Visscher Zabel-VMC 15 Netherlands Jan Visscher / Jeroen Visscher Zabel-VMC
7 31 Russia Roman Koch / Aleksey Bessarabov KTM 18 Belgium Ben Adriaenssen / Kenny van Gaalen KTM-VMC
8 41 Russia Igor Rodionov / Dimitri Rodionov KTM-AYR 27 Netherlands Thijs Derks / Roy Derks Husaberg-EML
9 3 Latvia Janis Daiders / Elvijs Mucenieks KTM-VMC 31 Russia Roman Koch / Aleksey Bessarabov KTM
10 30 Russia Ewgeny Scherbinin / Roman Vasyliaka KTM-WSP 28 Estonia Gert Gordejev / Maarek Miil KTM-VMC

Slagelse - Denmark[edit]

The top ten of the Danish Grand Prix in 2010, held on 5 September at Slagelse:[19]

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Race 1 Race 2
# Team Make # Team Make
1 111 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Dagwin Sabbe Zabel-WSP 8 Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Boogaert Zabel-EML
2 18 Belgium Ben Adriaenssen / Kenny van Gaalen KTM-VMC 111 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Dagwin Sabbe Zabel-WSP
3 2 Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx KTM-VMC 2 Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx KTM-VMC
4 8 Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Boogaert Zabel-EML 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC
5 9 United Kingdom Stuart Brown / Luke Peters Husaberg-MEFO 7 Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis KTM-WSP
6 19 Sweden Hendrik Söderqvist / Tobias Sylwan Husaberg-MEFO 10 Czech Republic Tomas Cermak / Ondrej Cermak JAWA-MEFO
7 10 Czech Republic Tomas Cermak / Ondrej Cermak JAWA-MEFO 21 Sweden Robert Gustavsson / Henrik Apelgren Husaberg-VMC
8 24 Netherlands Marcel Willemsen / Guennady Auvray Zabel-WSP 15 Netherlands Jan Visscher / Jeroen Visscher Zabel-VMC
9 33 France Baptiste Bigand / Julien Bigand Zabel-VMC 77 Belgium Kristof Santermans / Elvis Mucenieks Zabel-VMC
10 15 Netherlands Jan Visscher / Jeroen Visscher Zabel-VMC 49 Netherlands Marcel Grondman / Rick Sellis Zabel-VMC

Rudersberg - Germany[edit]

The top ten of the second German Grand Prix in 2010, held on 12 September at Rudersberg:[20]

Top Ten Finishers
Pos. Race 1 Race 2
# Team Make # Team Make
1 4 Germany Marko Happich / Martin Betschart Zabel-MEFO 8 Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Boogaert Zabel-EML
2 8 Netherlands Etienne Bax / Ben van den Boogaert Zabel-EML 7 Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis KTM-WSP
3 19 Sweden Hendrik Söderqvist / Tobias Sylwan Husaberg-MEFO 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC
4 7 Latvia Maris Rupeiks / Kaspars Stupelis KTM-WSP 19 Sweden Hendrik Söderqvist / Tobias Sylwan Husaberg-MEFO
5 111 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Dagwin Sabbe Zabel-WSP 2 Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx KTM-VMC
6 1 Belgium Joris Hendrickx / Kaspars Liepins KTM-VMC 17 United Kingdom Daniel Millard / Joe Millard Husaberg-WHT
7 2 Belgium Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx KTM-VMC 4 Germany Marko Happich / Martin Betschart Zabel-MEFO
8 11 Belgium Peter Steegmans / Sven Verbrugge KTM-WSP 18 Belgium Ben Adriaenssen / Kenny van Gaalen KTM-VMC
9 17 United Kingdom Daniel Millard / Joe Millard Husaberg-WHT 111 Netherlands Daniël Willemsen / Dagwin Sabbe Zabel-WSP
10 21 Sweden Robert Gustavsson / Henrik Apelgren Husaberg-VMC 75 United Kingdom Scott Wilkinson / Josh Chamberlain Zabel-VMC

Notes[edit]

Grand Prix winner
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Race by race statistics[edit]

The final classification of all 72 teams in the points during the 2010 season and their points scored in each individual race:[3]

P Team No Equipment Points NED GB FRA ITA POL UKR BEL GER FRA EST LAT RUS DEN GER
1 Daniel Willemsen-Gertie Eggink 111 WSP/Zabel 556 25 25 20 20 25 1 18 25 25 12 25 0 25 18 25 25 25 22 25 25 25 0 20 25 25 22 16 12
2 Joris Hendrickx-Kaspars Liepins 1 VMC/KTM 547 15 12 18 25 22 25 22 22 22 0 22 20 15 25 22 22 22 25 22 22 22 25 25 22 0 18 15 20
3 Jan Hendrickx-Tim Smeuninx 2 VMC/KTM 464 13 18 22 18 0 20 25 18 20 25 18 25 16 9 13 - 20 20 20 18 18 20 - 18 20 20 14 16
4 Etienne Bax-Ben van den Bogaart 8 VMC/Zabel 456 22 16 10 9 13 10 13 16 18 13 14 7 18 22 18 20 11 11 16 11 14 22 22 20 18 25 22 25
5 Maris Rupeiks-Kaspars Stupelis 7 WSP/KTM 423 18 22 25 22 15 14 16 20 14 18 13 22 0 12 10 15 15 18 15 15 20 18 3 7 0 16 18 22
6 Ben Adriaenssen-Kenny van Gaalen 18 VMC/KTM 322 20 20 12 12 14 0 9 7 16 20 9 14 0 - 14 12 7 13 10 12 16 16 18 14 22 0 2 13
7 Tomas Cermak-Ondrej Cermak 10 MEFO/JAWA 286 5 1 14 0 11 7 11 11 12 14 11 15 10 20 11 18 12 0 0 9 13 1 16 16 14 15 9 10
8 Janis Daiders-Lauris Daiders 3 VMC/KTM 283 14 13 16 15 18 12 12 13 0 22 0 18 12 16 16 16 18 2 18 20 - - 12 - - - - -
9 Baptiste Bigand-Julien Bigand 33 VMC/Zabel 243 12 11 15 14 10 18 10 6 10 11 20 12 20 3 12 - 14 3 12 0 10 0 - - 12 0 8 0
10 Jan Visscher-Jeroen Visscher 15 VMC/Zabel 232 8 0 3 7 12 16 8 1 13 9 0 9 13 14 5 8 1 6 3 10 8 11 15 15 11 13 10 3
11 Vaclav Rozehnal-Marek Rozehnal 6 VMC/Zabel 228 0 0 13 2 16 9 3 3 15 16 16 16 7 15 15 - 13 14 11 14 15 15 - - - - - -
12 Peter Steegmans-Sven Verbrugge 11 WSP/KTM 225 0 0 0 16 2 15 6 12 8 15 15 6 22 0 20 14 16 15 14 16 - - - - - - 13 0
13 Stuart Brown-Luke Peters 9 MEFO/Husaberg 223 11 15 11 13 5 13 14 8 2 0 10 11 14 10 9 4 10 16 6 7 12 0 - - 16 6 0 -
14 Daniel Millard-Joe Millard 17 WHT/Husaberg 206 9 9 8 10 0 - 15 14 7 10 8 10 11 11 4 11 5 10 5 0 0 12 - - 10 0 12 15
15 Marco Happich-Martin Betschart 4 MEFO/Zabel 177 7 14 0 - 4 0 20 15 11 - - - 0 0 8 13 8 12 13 13 0 - - - - - 25 14
16 Thomas Morch-Robbie Bax 14 WHT/Zabel 153 - - 9 11 3 5 4 0 6 3 12 13 4 6 6 10 - - 8 0 11 10 - - 7 9 7 9
17 Thijs Derks-Roy Derks 27 EML/Husaberg 94 0 2 0 0 7 8 0 5 4 0 3 8 6 2 3 7 0 0 7 0 5 0 7 13 0 7 0 -
18 Andy Burgler-Markus Gloor 84 VMC/KTM 83 - - - - - - 2 4 3 8 - - 8 0 2 6 3 9 0 4 6 13 - - 8 0 0 7
19 Arnolds Silis-Gints Silis 34 VMC/Zabel 80 - - - - - - - - 5 7 7 2 - - - - - - 9 8 9 14 10 9 - - - -
20 Evgeny Scherbinin-Roman Vasyliaka 30 WSP/KTM 70 3 0 0 - 20 22 0 10 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 11 4 - - - -
21 Margo Sonn-Elvijs Mucenieks 23 AYR/KTM 69 - - 5 8 - - 0 0 0 6 6 5 1 1 - - 0 1 4 5 0 8 9 10 - - - -
22 Robert Gustavsson-Henrik Apelgren 21 VMC/Husaberg 64 0 4 6 0 0 0 - - 1 0 - - - 0 0 1 6 8 - - - - - - 9 14 11 4
23 Henrik Soderqvist-Tobias Sylwan 19 MEFO/Husaberg 53 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 15 0 20 18
24 Frank Mulders-Joey van de Venne 48 VMC/MTR 48 1 7 2 6 0 0 - - - - - - 9 8 - - - - - - - - - - 4 10 1 0
25 Marcel Willemsen-Bruno Kaelin 24 WSP/Zabel 46 16 0 - - 6 11 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 13 0 - -
26 Igor Rodionov-Dmitri Rodionov 41 AYR/KTM 42 0 5 - - 0 0 5 0 - - - - - - 7 - - - - - 7 3 13 2 0 0 - -
27 Richard Jenkins-Pete Girling 52 VMC/Zabel 40 2 6 - 0 9 4 7 2 0 5 - - 0 - - - - - - - - - - - 1 4 - -
28 Marcel Grondman-Rick Sellis 49 VMC/Zabel 39 10 8 0 0 0 0 - - - - - - 3 7 - - - - - - - - - - 0 11 - -
29 Benjamin Daniel-Guennady Auvray 26 WSP/Husaberg 39 - - - - - - - - - - - - - 5 0 9 4 7 - - - - - - - - 6 8
30 Carlo van Duijnhoven-Tom van Duijnhoven 38 VMC/Zabel 28 4 0 1 - - - 0 9 9 0 - - 0 - - - - - - - - - - - 5 0 - -
31 Roman Koch-Aleksey Bessarabov 31 KTM 26 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 14 12 - - - -
32 Jean-Marie Ains-Edouard Chereau 50 Mefo/KTM 26 - - 0 3 8 6 1 0 0 0 5 3 0 0 - - 0 0 - - - - - - - - - -
33 Kristof Santermans-Elvis Mucenieks 77 VMC/Zabel 22 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0 12 4 6
34 Dean Hyde-Henrik Soderqvist 72 VMC/KTM 19 - - - - - - - 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 6 8 0 5
35 Scott Wilkinson-David Keane 75 VMC/Zabel 18 - - 7 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0 11
36 Gert Gordejev-Maarek Miil 28 VMC/KTM 18 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2 - - 0 - 0 - 5 11 - - - -
37 Kert Varik-Erkki Koiv 60 AYR/KTM 18 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0 6 3 9 - - - - - -
38 Valentin Giraud-Nicolas Musset 151 VMC/Beta 18 - - - - - - - - - - - - 5 0 - - 9 4 - - - - - - - - - -
39 Maikel Kuster-Wilfried Keuben 73 VMC/Zabel 16 6 10 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
40 Sergei Ivanov-Atho Jalas 45 AYR/KTM 14 - - - - - - - - - - 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - 8 6 - - - -
41 Geert Devoldre-Jacques Pillier 99 EML/Husaberg 14 0 0 - 4 - - - - 0 0 0 4 - - - - 0 0 0 0 1 5 - - - - - -
42 Martin Walter-Thomas Weinmann 20 WHT/Zabel 13 - - - - - - - - - - - - 0 13 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
43 Willi Liebl-Milan Gybas 59 MEFO/Husaberg 11 - - - - - - - - - - 0 0 - - - - 0 0 - - - - 6 5 - - - -
44 John Watson-Dagwin Sabbe 71 VMC/Zabel 10 0 0 0 - - - - - 0 0 - - 2 0 1 - 2 5 - - - - - - - - - -
45 Argo Poldsaar-Indrek Aljes 43 AYR/KTM 9 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0 2 0 7 - - - - - -
46 Tobias Grund-Raphael Markert 78 MEFO/Husqvarna 9 - - - - - - - - - 4 - - - - 0 5 - - - - - - - - - - - -
47 Marat Schafigulin-Alexander Bukin 105 8 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 8 - - - -
48 Tommy Sorensen-Andreas Linden 57 AYR/Husaberg 8 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 3 5 - -
49 Steven France-Lee Machin 69 VMC/Husaberg 8 0 3 4 1 - - - - - - - - 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
50 Liutauras Variakojis-Arvydas Davidonis 46 AYR/KTM 8 - - - - - - - - 0 2 4 1 - - - - - - 0 1 - - - - - - - -
51 Zigmas Ziukas-Jonas Davidonis 56 AYR/KTM 7 - - - - - - - - 0 0 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - 4 3 - - - -
52 Ular Karing-Juhan Paabstel 95 AYR/KTM 7 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2 3 2 0 - - - - - -
53 Andreas Rutter-Bruno Kaelin 44 VMC/Zabel 6 - - - - - - 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - 0 6 - - - - - -
54 Nick Jarvis-Daniel Chamberlain 58 VMC/KTM 5 - - 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 5 0
55 Boudewijn Gommeren-Matthieu Cailleau 42 Bastech/KTM 5 - - 0 5 - 0 - - - - - - - - - - 0 0 - - - - - - - - 0 0
56 Kevin Bitsche-Mathias Walser 25 EML/Husaberg 5 - - - - 0 0 - - - - - - - - 0 - - - - - - - - - - - 3 2
57 Sonnie Folkesson-Tim Gustavsson 172 MEFO/KTM 5 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2 3 0 0
58 Mantas Kisunas-Rytis Kisunas 150 AYR/Zabel 4 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0 4 - - - - - -
59 Jani Aaronen-Arto Mantila 104 AYR/KTM 4 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0 4 0 - - - - - -
60 Patrick Greup-Marc van Deutekom 116 VMC/Zabel 4 - - - - - - - - - - - - 0 4 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
61 Dietmar Schmid-Bruno Kaelin 101 WSP/Zabel 3 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0 3 - - - - - - - - - - - -
62 Dorian Boileau-Paul Fessard 53 VMC/Husaberg 3 - 0 - - 0 3 - - - - - - 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
63 Marcel Faustmann-Ralf Bernauerr 68 WHT/Zabel 3 - - - - 1 2 0 0 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0 0
64 Magnus Birgersson-Johanna Strandberg 121 MEFO/Husaberg 2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0 2 - -
65 Ilia Smagin-Sergey Leys 97b KTM 2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2 - - - - -
66 Davy Maris-Ilvars Amelkins 191 VMC/Zabel 2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0 2 - - - - - -
67 Vadim Briuhov-Viorel Andronic 87 VMC/Zabel 2 - - - - - - - - - - 2 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
68 Benny Cle-Louis Eggers 131 VMC/Zabel 2 - - - - - - - - 0 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0 1 - -
69 Roland Suter-Sandro Micheletto 86 VMC/Zabel 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0 1
70 Petro Gorbatenko-Volodumyr Slobodianuk 64 VMC/Zabel 1 - - - - - - - - - - 0 - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - - -
71 Topi Tala-Teemu Tala 102 WSP/Zabel 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - - - - - - -
72 Artur Glushenko-Igor Benediuk 90 Zabel 1 - - - - - - - - - - 1 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Race winner

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