2010 FIM Motocross World Championship

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2010 Motocross World Championship
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The 2010 FIM Motocross World Championship was the 54th season of World Championship motocross competition. It consisted of three different classes; MX1 and MX2 classes over 15 events beginning on April 4 in Sevlievo, Bulgaria and ending on September 12 in Fermo, Italy, and MX3 over 12 events also beginning on April 4 in Cortelha, Portugal and ending on September 5 in Geneva, Switzerland.

Red Bull KTM Factory Racing's Antonio Cairoli dominated the MX1 class, taking exactly half of the victories on offer; 15 victories and 23 podiums in total allowed him to claim his second successive championship title by 88 points, scoring points in all bar two races. Clément Desalle took a career-best second-place finish in the standings, riding for the Teka Suzuki team. Desalle took victories at Mantova, Ķegums and Fermo as he finished 35 points clear of the top-placed Yamaha rider in the championship, David Philippaerts of the Yamaha Monster Energy Motocross Team. Philippaerts won just two races during the season – at Saint-Jean-d'Angély and Campo Grande – but finished each of the season's 30 races within the points-awarding placings as he held off Cairoli's team-mate Maximilian Nagl, a four-time race-winner, by four points. The top five was completed by Fermo race-winner Steve Ramon, seven points behind Nagl. Other victories were taken by Honda's Tanel Leok at Bellpuig and Loket, Yamaha's Ken De Dycker who took a double at Teutschenthal and Ben Townley, who made a one-off appearance for Honda at Glen Helen. KTM won the Manufacturers' Championship by 67 points ahead of Suzuki.

MX2 was also won by a rider from the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing team, as Marvin Musquin repeated the feat of Cairoli in MX1, by defending the season-end red plate for the championship winner. Musquin started the season with consecutive doubles at Sevlievo and Mantova before adding further doubles at Águeda, Glen Helen and Saint-Jean-d'Angély en route to a grand total of 14 victories, 23 podiums and a championship-winning margin of 61 points over runner-up Ken Roczen of the Teka Suzuki team. Roczen took ten victories during the season, eight of which coming during the final eleven races of the season. Third place went to Kawasaki Team CLS rider Steven Frossard, who claimed ten podium places but only had one win to show from it, coming at Uddevalla in Sweden. The top five was rounded out by Yamaha UK's Zach Osborne and JM Racing Team KTM's Joel Roelants, who took several podiums each but failed to win a race. Only two other riders took victories during the season; KTM's Jeffrey Herlings took four but slipped to sixth in the championship after missing the final three events due to a shoulder injury, and Yamaha's Gautier Paulin, who took a sole victory at Lierop during a part-season. KTM won the Manufacturers' Championship by 88 points ahead of Suzuki.

MX3 was between two riders, who did battle for the title on their respective machinery. Yamaha's Carlos Campano and Husqvarna's Alex Salvini shared 18 of the season's 24 race wins between them, but it was Campana that prevailed for the championship, by 24 points. Campano's advantage over another Husqvarna rider and third place championship finisher Matevz Irt was 150 points; Irt having claimed seven podium finishes without success. The top five was completed by Martin Zerava and Milko Potisek, with Potisek claiming a race win at Schwedt in Germany, during the season. Other victories were taken by riders during one-off appearances; Mickaël Pichon and Julien Bill claimed doubles at their respective home events at Castelnau-de-Lévis and Geneva, while Toni Eriksson took one win at Vantaa. Yamaha won the Manufacturers' Championship by just 15 points over Husqvarna.

Rule changes[edit]

  • A maximum of 26 riders will be entered for the entire FIM MX1 World Championship, and in addition 2 FMNR wild card riders and another 2 wild card riders (which Youthstream will use in order to support teams’ and local organisers’ requests for extra riders) will be entered per event. The Regulations allow up to 40 riders, but to increase the quality, the FIM want to try to keep MX1 with a maximum of 30 riders. The MX2 class will be for riders less than 23 years old. The FIM will only accept teams with 2 riders in one class.[1]

2010 Calendar[edit]

The 2010 calendars of the FIM Motocross World Championships promoted by Youthstream were finalised on 29 October 2009.[2] In February 2010, there was some changes in the calendar.[3][4]

Round Date Grand Prix Location Race 1 Winner Race 2 Winner Round Winner
MX1
1 April 4  Bulgaria Sevlievo Germany Maximilian Nagl Italy Antonio Cairoli Germany Maximilian Nagl
2 April 11 Italy Lombardia Mantova Belgium Clément Desalle Italy Antonio Cairoli Italy Antonio Cairoli
3 April 25  Netherlands Valkenswaard Italy Antonio Cairoli Italy Antonio Cairoli Italy Antonio Cairoli
4 May 9  Portugal Águeda Germany Maximilian Nagl Italy Antonio Cairoli Belgium Clément Desalle
5 May 16 Catalonia Catalunya Bellpuig Germany Maximilian Nagl Estonia Tanel Leok Estonia Tanel Leok
6 May 30  United States Glen Helen Italy Antonio Cairoli New Zealand Ben Townley Italy Antonio Cairoli
7 June 6  France Saint-Jean-d'Angély Italy Antonio Cairoli Italy David Philippaerts Italy David Philippaerts
8 June 20  Germany Teutschenthal Belgium Ken De Dycker Belgium Ken De Dycker Belgium Ken De Dycker
9 June 27  Latvia Ķegums Belgium Clément Desalle Italy Antonio Cairoli Belgium Clément Desalle
10 July 4  Sweden Uddevalla Italy Antonio Cairoli Italy Antonio Cairoli Italy Antonio Cairoli
11 August 1 Belgium Limburg Lommel Italy Antonio Cairoli Italy Antonio Cairoli Italy Antonio Cairoli
12 August 8  Czech Republic Loket Estonia Tanel Leok Italy Antonio Cairoli Italy Antonio Cairoli
13 August 22  Brazil Campo Grande Italy David Philippaerts Italy Antonio Cairoli Italy Antonio Cairoli
14 September 5 Benelux Benelux Lierop Germany Maximilian Nagl Italy Antonio Cairoli Italy Antonio Cairoli
15 September 12  Italy Fermo Belgium Steve Ramon Belgium Clément Desalle Belgium Clément Desalle
MX2
1 April 4  Bulgaria Sevlievo France Marvin Musquin France Marvin Musquin France Marvin Musquin
2 April 11 Italy Lombardia Mantova France Marvin Musquin France Marvin Musquin France Marvin Musquin
3 April 25  Netherlands Valkenswaard Netherlands Jeffrey Herlings Netherlands Jeffrey Herlings Netherlands Jeffrey Herlings
4 May 9  Portugal Águeda France Marvin Musquin France Marvin Musquin France Marvin Musquin
5 May 16 Catalonia Catalunya Bellpuig Germany Ken Roczen France Marvin Musquin France Marvin Musquin
6 May 30  United States Glen Helen France Marvin Musquin France Marvin Musquin France Marvin Musquin
7 June 6  France Saint-Jean-d'Angély France Marvin Musquin France Marvin Musquin France Marvin Musquin
8 June 20  Germany Teutschenthal France Marvin Musquin Germany Ken Roczen France Marvin Musquin
9 June 27  Latvia Ķegums France Marvin Musquin Netherlands Jeffrey Herlings Netherlands Jeffrey Herlings
10 July 4  Sweden Uddevalla France Steven Frossard Germany Ken Roczen France Steven Frossard
11 August 1 Belgium Limburg Lommel Germany Ken Roczen Netherlands Jeffrey Herlings Germany Ken Roczen
12 August 8  Czech Republic Loket Germany Ken Roczen France Marvin Musquin France Marvin Musquin
13 August 22  Brazil Campo Grande Germany Ken Roczen Germany Ken Roczen Germany Ken Roczen
14 September 5 Benelux Benelux Lierop France Gautier Paulin Germany Ken Roczen France Gautier Paulin
15 September 12  Italy Fermo Germany Ken Roczen Germany Ken Roczen Germany Ken Roczen
MX3
1 April 4  Portugal Cortelha Spain Carlos Campano Spain Carlos Campano Spain Carlos Campano
2 April 11  France Castelnau-de-Lévis France Mickaël Pichon France Mickaël Pichon France Mickaël Pichon
3 May 2  Argentina La Rioja Italy Alex Salvini Spain Carlos Campano Spain Carlos Campano
4 May 23  Bulgaria Troyan Italy Alex Salvini Spain Carlos Campano Italy Alex Salvini
5 May 30  Greece Megalopolis Italy Alex Salvini Italy Alex Salvini Italy Alex Salvini
6 June 13  Czech Republic Holice Italy Alex Salvini Spain Carlos Campano Spain Carlos Campano
7 June 20  Slovakia Šenkvice Spain Carlos Campano Italy Alex Salvini Spain Carlos Campano
8 July 4  Spain La Bañeza Spain Carlos Campano Italy Alex Salvini France Milko Potisek
9 July 11  Slovenia Orehova Vas Spain Carlos Campano Spain Carlos Campano Spain Carlos Campano
10 August 1  Germany Schwedt France Milko Potisek Spain Carlos Campano Spain Carlos Campano
11 August 22  Finland Vantaa Finland Toni Eriksson Spain Carlos Campano Spain Carlos Campano
12 September 5   Switzerland Geneva Switzerland Julien Bill Switzerland Julien Bill Switzerland Julien Bill

Championship standings[edit]

MX1[edit]

Riders' Championship[edit]

(key)

Pos Rider Bike BUL
Bulgaria
LOM
Lombardy
NED
Netherlands
POR
Portugal
CAT
Catalonia
USA
United States
FRA
France
GER
Germany
LAT
Latvia
SWE
Sweden
LIM
Belgium
CZE
Czech Republic
BRA
Brazil
BEN
Benelux
ITA
Italy
Pts
1 Italy Cairoli KTM 5 1 2 1 1 1 5 1 6 3 1 3 1 3 6 2 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 33 DNS 625
2 Belgium Desalle Suzuki 3 5 1 4 33 DNS 2 2 3 6 5 2 4 2 3 3 1 2 2 2 3 4 3 2 3 17 10 9 4 1 537
3 Italy Philippaerts Yamaha 2 7 19 2 2 4 3 8 2 5 11 18 3 1 2 5 5 6 3 8 4 6 4 9 1 2 5 5 7 6 502
4 Germany Nagl KTM 1 2 3 3 4 6 1 5 1 9 3 DSQ DNS DNS 5 7 7 7 6 6 2 3 5 4 4 3 1 4 6 3 498
5 Belgium Ramon Suzuki 7 3 10 7 3 2 7 12 15 7 7 6 2 5 7 9 3 3 4 3 5 11 6 3 7 4 3 3 1 4 491
6 Estonia Leok Honda 12 17 9 16 5 3 6 6 7 1 32 26 6 9 10 12 9 8 29 9 13 2 1 5 8 10 4 7 15 17 356
7 France Boog Kawasaki 8 9 7 6 11 15 4 4 13 2 6 5 31 7 4 4 6 5 9 5 DNS DNS 24 6 13 33 2 5 337
8 Belgium De Dycker Yamaha 4 8 4 5 6 7 36 3 8 4 4 10 9 6 1 1 10 14 DNS DNS 7 5 11 30 6 35 14 29 331
9 Italy Guarneri Honda 10 12 13 17 7 11 15 10 10 27 8 7 5 8 11 6 8 10 26 14 11 14 37 DNS 5 8 9 8 8 11 290
10 Russia Bobryshev Honda DNS 15 14 9 9 5 9 7 5 10 12 28 13 29 8 8 2 4 5 4 12 9 9 7 DNS DNS 270
11 Portugal Goncalves KTM 17 19 11 13 16 12 16 11 14 12 18 11 11 9 12 10 6 7 10 8 6 5 7 2 9 8 269
12 New Zealand Coppins Aprilia 9 10 17 11 34 9 17 11 14 13 35 9 12 14 14 33 14 30 11 11 9 8 13 10 9 7 11 10 10 7 256
13 Belgium Strijbos Suzuki 15 23 28 12 14 12 12 14 11 8 13 13 8 11 9 27 16 13 8 7 10 12 16 6 201
14 South Africa Swanepoel Honda 11 13 15 14 12 10 20 16 23 11 14 29 11 13 13 10 15 12 7 12 8 10 12 28 182
15 France Pourcel Kawasaki 33 4 5 18 16 13 8 9 30 DNS 30 32 15 10 33 DNS 32 31 7 33 30 12 3 2 157
16 France Boissière TM 39 11 32 10 19 32 13 15 4 14 34 8 7 4 12 32 13 11 10 29 145
17 United States Albertson Honda 16 20 6 13 8 8 30 17 DNS DNS DNS DNS 15 13 12 32 27 28 DNS DNS 24 13 10 9 34 DNS 13 12 130
18 Spain Barragan Kawasaki 6 6 8 8 14 13 14 37 12 11 5 30 113
19 Netherlands de Reuver Suzuki 14 33 12 23 10 21 10 19 22 22 25 23 35 34 16 27 19 19 8 6 12 14 93
20 France Aubin Kawasaki 14 31 9 21 15 14 10 15 28 13 21 36 8 35 DNS DNS 37 DNS 70
21 France Soubeyras KTM 19 18 20 19 18 27 19 18 17 15 20 16 16 27 16 20 18 18 23 22 22 20 15 18 32 30 17 18 66
22 Italy Monni Yamaha 13 14 11 15 13 14 33 DNS 16 9 63
23 Austria Walkner KTM 22 22 33 21 21 16 25 20 18 15 17 18 21 15 31 15 16 20 18 19 23 14 20 34 24 26 53
24 Sweden Söderström Yamaha 18 36 16 32 15 33 16 33 DNS DNS 27 33 27 17 17 17 13 17 36 DNS 26 17 47
25 United States Alessi KTM 2 4 40
26 United Kingdom Church CCM 17 26 18 29 31 17 17 11 14 14 39
27 Brazil A. Balbi Kawasaki 19 25 11 11 20 13 31
28 Italy Bonini Yamaha 29 29 31 33 23 23 26 34 18 24 18 16 36 23 32 23 19 18 34 23 29 15 18 26 22 15 31
29 Belgium Wouts Kawasaki 28 28 24 20 22 28 18 26 26 19 22 20 29 28 24 29 33 33 20 16 31 17 38 36 17 13 23 28 29
30 Belgium Priem Aprilia 36 DNS 34 18 30 16 14 25 15 33 21 34 33 15 21 32 27
31 France Aranda Kawasaki 27 16 DNS DNS 31 32 DNS DNS 11 10 26
32 New Zealand Townley Honda 33 1 25
33 United States Chisolm Yamaha 10 12 20
34 Switzerland Bill Aprilia 38 19 DNS 34 22 20 21 17 19 26 18
KTM 34 12
35 Austria G. Schmidinger Suzuki 25 25 23 22 26 20 27 25 19 28 23 21 25 21 19 20 15 15 26 32 DNS DNS 24 21 26 21 18
36 Belgium Martens KTM 26 37 22 25 20 18 26 33 17 27 33 15 31 17 18
37 Brazil Paulino Honda 13 12 17
38 Czech Republic Neugebauer Kawasaki 20 21 25 21 20 18 21 30 19 16 23 30 18 26 15
39 Costa Rica Castro Kawasaki 12 16 14
40 Spain Lozano Yamaha 12 16 14
41 Argentina Felipe Kawasaki 16 13 13
42 Brazil Zenni Honda 14 15 13
43 South Africa Langston Yamaha 9 31 12
44 Germany Schiffer Suzuki 19 18 18 19 10
45 Australia Ferris Honda 22 14 29 31 19 27 9
46 South Africa Terreblanche Kawasaki 24 27 34 DNS 26 19 17 19 DNS DNS 36 22 8
47 France Bellino KTM 21 34 21 31 27 30 23 22 24 23 20 20 23 DNS 17 35 20 20 DNS DNS 27 DNS 8
48 Brazil Garcia Honda 23 14 7
49 Spain Butrón Suzuki 25 19 25 16 7
50 Netherlands van Vijfeijken Yamaha 24 29 20 22 16 20 7
51 Brazil Lima Kawasaki 15 22 6
52 Netherlands Verhoeven Honda 37 30 25 24 DNS DNS 15 32 6
53 Brazil Müller Kawasaki 18 18 6
54 France Leonce Suzuki 22 31 20 22 20 24 18 26 28 21 35 31 23 27 32 20 6
55 Netherlands Brakke Yamaha 21 16 DNS DNS 5
56 United Kingdom Sword CCM 35 DNS 22 16 5
57 United Kingdom Anderson Honda 35 16 5
58 United States Garrison Husqvarna 21 17 4
59 Brazil Parise Kawasaki 17 23 4
60 United States Hughes Honda 17 30 4
61 France Potisek Honda 33 17 4
62 Uruguay Cerdeña Kawasaki 19 19 4
63 Estonia Krestinov KTM 23 38 3
Kawasaki 24 18
64 Sweden Sandberg Kawasaki 31 32 29 27 DNS DNS 35 28 28 25 28 24 29 25 25 31 22 19 25 28 28 25 26 28 31 33 2
65 Russia Parshin Honda 23 19 2
66 United States Soule Kawasaki 23 19 2
67 Netherlands Reijnders Suzuki 19 25 2
68 Brazil M. Balbi Yamaha 20 20 2
Latvia Steinbergs Honda 29 26 29 27 27 29 27 22 25 23 28 24 21 21 21 23 27 24 36 22 22 23 35 DNS 0
Uruguay Balduvino Kawasaki 21 21 0
Portugal Correia Yamaha 21 23 0
United States Stapleton Honda 24 21 0
Latvia Justs Honda 30 34 27 21 35 25 DNS DNS 0
Sweden Norlen Honda 25 21 0
Czech Republic Michek TM 34 24 26 26 25 22 24 30 30 22 0
Latvia Freibergs Honda 22 22 0
France Jacquelin Suzuki 30 35 30 28 28 24 28 24 27 29 30 22 0
Brazil Silva Honda 22 24 0
Czech Republic Smola Suzuki 25 23 0
United Kingdom Smith Aprilia 29 26 33 29 37 DNS 28 23 0
Sweden Johnsson Kawasaki 24 24 0
France Demeure KTM 24 25 32 28 0
Latvia Macuks Honda 24 28 0
Netherlands van Rooij Kawasaki 28 24 0
Japan Hirata Honda 37 29 30 24 0
United States Phenix Yamaha 29 24 0
Italy Pedri Honda 29 24 0
Latvia Kempelis Honda 32 31 27 30 32 25 32 29 29 26 0
Latvia Ivanovs KTM 26 25 0
Italy Bertuccelli KTM 36 25 0
Latvia Apfelbaums Honda 28 26 0
Austria A. Schmidinger Honda 30 26 0
Germany Albrecht Yamaha 26 31 0
Lithuania Bucas Honda 27 27 0
France Degousee TM 31 27 0
United States Gassin Yamaha 36 27 0
United States Sipes Yamaha 28 DNS 0
Japan Suzuki Honda 29 29 0
France Rombaut Kawasaki 30 31 0
Germany Sturm Kawasaki 31 30 0
Spain Campano Yamaha 34 31 0
United States Laninovich Aprilia 31 DNS 0
United States Dietrich Kawasaki 31 DNS 0
France Sandouly Yamaha 32 32 0
Switzerland Wicht Honda 32 32 0
Portugal Santos Kawasaki 34 DNS 0
United Kingdom Clarke Suzuki 38 DNS 0
Argentina Correa Kawasaki DNS DNS 0
Pos Rider Bike BUL
Bulgaria
LOM
Lombardy
NED
Netherlands
POR
Portugal
CAT
Catalonia
USA
United States
FRA
France
GER
Germany
LAT
Latvia
SWE
Sweden
LIM
Belgium
CZE
Czech Republic
BRA
Brazil
BEN
Benelux
ITA
Italy
Pts

Manufacturers' Championship[edit]

Pos Manufacturer BUL
Bulgaria
LOM
Lombardy
NED
Netherlands
POR
Portugal
CAT
Catalonia
USA
United States
FRA
France
GER
Germany
LAT
Latvia
SWE
Sweden
LIM
Belgium
CZE
Czech Republic
BRA
Brazil
BEN
Benelux
ITA
Italy
Pts
1 Austria KTM 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 3 1 3 5 2 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 6 3 692
2 Japan Suzuki 3 3 1 4 3 2 2 2 3 6 5 2 2 2 3 3 1 2 2 2 3 4 3 2 3 4 3 3 1 1 625
3 Japan Yamaha 2 7 4 2 2 4 3 3 2 4 4 10 3 1 1 1 5 6 3 8 4 5 4 9 1 2 5 5 7 6 556
4 Japan Honda 10 12 6 9 5 3 6 6 5 1 8 1 5 8 8 6 2 4 5 4 8 2 1 5 5 8 4 7 8 11 483
5 Japan Kawasaki 6 4 5 6 11 13 4 4 9 2 6 5 10 7 4 4 6 5 9 5 14 13 7 25 11 6 12 11 2 2 420
6 Italy Aprilia 9 10 17 11 34 9 17 11 14 13 35 9 12 14 14 18 14 16 11 11 9 8 13 10 9 7 11 10 10 7 264
7 Italy TM 34 11 26 10 19 22 13 15 4 14 34 8 7 4 12 32 13 11 10 29 31 27 145
8 United Kingdom CCM 17 26 18 29 31 17 17 11 14 14 39
9 Sweden Husqvarna 21 17 4
Pos Manufacturer BUL
Bulgaria
LOM
Lombardy
NED
Netherlands
POR
Portugal
CAT
Catalonia
USA
United States
FRA
France
GER
Germany
LAT
Latvia
SWE
Sweden
LIM
Belgium
CZE
Czech Republic
BRA
Brazil
BEN
Benelux
ITA
Italy
Pts
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate (DNP)
Excluded (EX)

MX2[edit]

Riders' Championship[edit]

(key)

Pos Rider Bike BUL
Bulgaria
LOM
Lombardy
NED
Netherlands
POR
Portugal
CAT
Catalonia
USA
United States
FRA
France
GER
Germany
LAT
Latvia
SWE
Sweden
LIM
Belgium
CZE
Czech Republic
BRA
Brazil
BEN
Benelux
ITA
Italy
Pts
1 France Musquin KTM 1 1 1 1 8 5 1 1 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 7 4 5 2 3 2 1 2 2 3 2 2 27 635
2 Germany Roczen Suzuki 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 6 1 30 3 5 16 7 5 1 2 3 28 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 34 1 1 1 574
3 France Frossard Kawasaki 3 4 3 10 4 3 11 5 2 11 2 4 4 14 3 4 4 2 1 2 10 8 14 4 11 5 5 30 11 2 478
4 United States Osborne Yamaha 8 7 5 5 10 13 5 3 12 31 4 2 3 9 4 3 27 5 7 9 17 10 11 8 4 9 11 6 8 5 397
5 Belgium Roelants KTM 9 36 8 34 7 6 8 8 5 2 13 13 5 3 8 30 5 6 8 8 4 5 9 9 7 7 2 4 6 6 396
6 Netherlands Herlings KTM 6 3 6 2 1 1 3 2 3 34 8 27 2 12 DSQ 8 3 1 2 4 3 1 3 37 391
7 Switzerland Tonus Suzuki 4 5 11 4 5 9 9 7 13 15 7 11 8 5 6 5 12 8 14 33 8 11 8 7 3 6 6 8 5 4 390
8 United Kingdom Simpson KTM 7 9 7 8 3 7 4 21 6 4 9 3 12 2 9 9 8 13 9 11 5 7 5 6 24 DNS 4 7 15 29 367
9 Belgium van Horebeek Kawasaki 5 6 4 18 11 4 18 4 8 7 5 8 9 17 2 7 25 DNS 3 6 9 9 4 5 6 3 29 13 3 37 365
10 France Paulin Yamaha 4 10 11 9 14 4 7 11 7 4 5 3 7 4 6 3 23 4 1 3 4 3 336
11 Finland Kullas Yamaha 11 12 9 13 9 11 7 13 10 6 28 10 11 8 14 13 6 12 6 15 6 6 10 11 5 11 7 5 12 11 329
12 France Charlier Yamaha 14 10 35 7 6 8 6 15 DNS DNS 6 11 12 6 10 9 10 14 36 13 7 36 8 8 18 26 9 10 245
13 United Kingdom Nicholls KTM 10 8 13 6 20 10 16 9 9 5 10 7 15 13 10 17 13 10 18 12 30 12 28 33 22 22 13 10 10 8 241
14 Italy Lupino Yamaha 16 15 12 17 35 14 17 11 16 3 16 15 13 10 17 14 21 22 11 13 35 30 16 12 10 10 16 18 13 9 193
15 Belgium Verbruggen KTM 12 19 14 9 13 12 19 10 14 9 14 6 10 6 DNS DNS 22 27 13 29 15 14 14 32 18 13 166
16 Latvia Karro Suzuki 20 20 16 12 DNS 15 10 14 15 14 15 12 18 35 29 31 14 15 33 10 12 20 12 15 10 DNS 16 25 136
17 France Teillet KTM 33 34 15 30 21 12 11 8 12 DSQ 35 15 15 15 9 14 12 36 34 33 38 10 12 9 DNS DNS 125
18 Denmark Larsen Honda 18 14 18 29 14 20 12 17 18 13 20 19 37 16 16 24 17 20 14 16 34 16 17 12 17 12 106
19 United States Leib Kawasaki 37 35 26 26 38 DNS 34 10 26 11 13 7 24 23 39 DNS 9 21 36 31 7 7 83
20 Belgium Triest KTM 13 11 30 DNS 26 36 23 23 17 21 24 26 35 29 15 16 25 28 16 15 20 19 8 15 20 28 67
21 United Kingdom Pocock Yamaha 15 18 17 31 16 21 13 18 23 22 17 20 21 19 17 17 26 16 28 18 37 29 20 16 26 17 62
22 France Vongsana TM 37 32 33 26 22 17 34 16 25 20 58
KTM 7 30 11 12 11 25 16 27
23 Netherlands Coldenhoff Yamaha 19 38 15 17 18 31 9 14 19 18 39
24 Czech Republic Michek TM 13 33 21 23 32 DNS 13 13 37 28 14 14 38
25 Netherlands Klein Kromhof Yamaha 17 37 DNS DNS 30 DNS 26 35 21 16 25 32 33 22 29 DNS 20 31 11 14 35 35 15 34 31 26 33
26 Czech Republic Smitka KTM 26 17 22 14 15 18 15 20 19 32 19 19 DNS DNS 35 30 33
27 Russia Tonkov Suzuki 25 27 17 33 14 25 28 17 33 33 16 21 18 18 19 35 22 22 28
28 Spain Butrón Suzuki 21 21 19 11 19 34 20 20 19 20 34 24 26 19 19 18 26
29 France Larrieu Yamaha 12 16 22 19 27 23 DNS DNS 37 18 18 18 30 DNS 25
30 United Kingdom Chatfield Kawasaki 12 12 18
31 France Alletru KTM 35 31 27 16 33 35 20 32 20 18 19 16 23 32 31 DNS 17
32 United States Baker Yamaha 6 22 15
33 Brazil Castro Yamaha 13 14 15
34 Netherlands van Wezel KTM 21 19 22 11 12
35 Germany Schiffer KTM 38 22 10 27 11
36 France Aubin Kawasaki DSQ 13 23 32 18 32 11
37 Bulgaria Petrov Honda 34 25 24 24 25 23 24 29 30 37 30 27 26 25 20 19 35 22 23 21 21 17 30 17 21 24 11
38 Brazil Zanoni Honda 19 13 10
39 Belgium Delince KTM 15 21 17 22 10
40 Brazil Lima Kawasaki 15 17 10
41 France Dagod KTM 38 30 27 22 22 12 26 34 9
42 United Kingdom Anstie Yamaha 17 16 9
43 Brazil Cidade Yamaha 17 16 9
44 Brazil Villardi KTM 14 20 8
45 United States Friese Yamaha 20 14 8
46 Brazil Müller Kawasaki 16 18 8
47 Venezuela Martin Kawasaki 20 15 7
48 Italy Martini Honda 29 15 33 32 6
49 Belgium J. Lieber Suzuki 36 15 6
50 Italy Philippaerts Suzuki 32 24 34 20 29 31 28 33 31 21 25 34 22 16 6
51 United States Decotis Honda 18 18 6
52 Italy Moroni Yamaha 22 16 32 21 37 28 35 31 36 28 32 36 30 35 29 32 29 31 36 32 28 29 32 31 5
53 Brazil Amaral Suzuki 18 19 5
54 Italy Battig Honda 23 29 20 22 23 25 31 24 24 33 DSQ 25 19 26 30 25 23 21 24 19 5
55 Netherlands van den Bogaert KTM 31 26 20 32 19 19 5
56 Sweden Noren Honda 22 17 4
57 United States Rossi Kawasaki 27 17 4
58 Netherlands Kouwenberg Suzuki 27 37 34 36 34 28 28 27 23 34 18 34 27 27 33 36 30 35 3
59 Sweden Aspegren KTM 31 18 3
60 Norway Nyegaard Honda 36 19 2
Yamaha 33 27 24 21
61 United Kingdom Allingham Yamaha 27 28 21 19 34 27 2
62 Slovenia Gercar Honda 28 29 30 26 29 24 22 23 19 24 26 22 28 34 2
63 Latvia A. Justs Honda 30 30 25 23 32 22 25 28 26 19 36 31 28 26 27 29 2
64 Germany Ullrich Kawasaki 31 25 22 23 26 20 1
65 United States D. Tedder Kawasaki 22 20 1
66 Italy Bertuzzo KTM 23 20 1
67 Netherlands Meurs KTM 25 20 1
Sweden Eriksson KTM 36 DNS 25 24 22 28 32 25 25 21 0
France Lefrançois Honda 21 22 0
United States M. Tedder Kawasaki 21 23 0
United States Minor Honda 23 21 0
Latvia R. Justs Husqvarna 23 21 0
Uruguay Cabrera KTM 21 23 0
Denmark Olsen Suzuki 21 25 0
Netherlands van Herpen Honda 21 27 0
Belgium C. Lieber Suzuki 33 DNS 27 22 0
Italy Maddii Suzuki 24 23 26 25 24 24 32 34 23 24 0
Zimbabwe Mitchell Suzuki 32 36 24 23 38 DNS 31 35 32 34 35 35 29 36 0
Switzerland Auberson KTM 23 24 0
Italy Del Segato Suzuki 25 26 37 23 0
Switzerland Guillod KTM 29 23 0
Belgium Poppe KTM 31 23 0
United Kingdom Cottrell Suzuki 24 24 0
Denmark Lynggaard Kawasaki 31 26 24 25 0
Netherlands Cuppen Yamaha 27 24 0
Germany Heidecke Kawasaki 24 28 0
Norway Heibye Honda 37 30 24 33 0
United States Thacker Honda 25 25 0
Netherlands Brakke Yamaha 28 26 0
Norway Granlien Yamaha 30 26 0
Spain Cros Kawasaki 33 26 0
Belgium Ghysels KTM 27 28 0
Portugal Alberto Suzuki 29 35 29 27 0
Spain Martínez Yamaha 32 27 0
France Adam KTM 27 37 0
Germany Oldekamp KTM 27 DNS 0
United Kingdom Banks-Browne Honda 31 28 0
Czech Republic Harbich Suzuki 36 DNS 28 33 36 DNS 0
France Kappel KTM 28 38 0
United Kingdom Hawkins Honda 29 29 0
Spain Donate Honda 35 29 0
Hungary Balazs Suzuki 31 30 0
Portugal Fernandes KTM 33 30 0
Italy Ciucci KTM 31 33 0
Sweden Bengtsson Honda 32 DNS 0
Italy Zeni KTM 34 33 0
United States Huang Honda DNS DNS 0
Latvia Teko Yamaha DNS DNS 0
Norway Gultvedt KTM DNS DNS 0
Brazil Ramos Honda DNS DNS 0
Uruguay Rolando Honda DNS DNS 0
Pos Rider Bike BUL
Bulgaria
LOM
Lombardy
NED
Netherlands
POR
Portugal
CAT
Catalonia
USA
United States
FRA
France
GER
Germany
LAT
Latvia
SWE
Sweden
LIM
Belgium
CZE
Czech Republic
BRA
Brazil
BEN
Benelux
ITA
Italy
Pts

Manufacturers' Championship[edit]

Pos Manufacturer BUL
Bulgaria
LOM
Lombardy
NED
Netherlands
POR
Portugal
CAT
Catalonia
USA
United States
FRA
France
GER
Germany
LAT
Latvia
SWE
Sweden
LIM
Belgium
CZE
Czech Republic
BRA
Brazil
BEN
Benelux
ITA
Italy
Pts
1 Austria KTM 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 4 2 1 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 6 701
2 Japan Suzuki 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 6 1 14 3 5 8 5 5 1 2 3 14 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 6 1 1 1 613
3 Japan Yamaha 8 7 5 5 6 8 5 3 4 3 4 2 3 4 4 3 6 4 5 3 6 4 6 3 4 4 1 3 4 3 533
4 Japan Kawasaki 3 4 3 10 4 3 11 4 2 7 2 4 4 14 2 4 4 2 1 2 9 8 4 4 6 3 5 13 3 2 525
5 Japan Honda 18 14 18 15 14 20 12 17 18 13 18 18 20 19 22 16 16 19 17 17 14 16 21 16 19 13 17 12 17 12 133
6 Italy TM 22 17 34 16 25 20 13 33 21 23 32 DNS 13 13 37 28 14 14 48
Sweden Husqvarna 23 21 0
Pos Manufacturer BUL
Bulgaria
LOM
Lombardy
NED
Netherlands
POR
Portugal
CAT
Catalonia
USA
United States
FRA
France
GER
Germany
LAT
Latvia
SWE
Sweden
LIM
Belgium
CZE
Czech Republic
BRA
Brazil
BEN
Benelux
ITA
Italy
Pts
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate (DNP)
Excluded (EX)

MX3[edit]

Riders' Championship[edit]

Pos Rider Bike POR
Portugal
FRA
France
ARG
Argentina
BUL
Bulgaria
GRE
Greece
CZE
Czech Republic
SVK
Slovakia
ESP
Spain
SLO
Slovenia
GER
Germany
FIN
Finland
SUI
Switzerland
Pts
1 Spain Campano Yamaha 1 1 2 4 2 1 4 1 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 18 1 1 2 1 2 1 5 3 526
2 Italy Salvini Husqvarna 2 2 4 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 10 1 12 1 5 3 3 2 8 2 2 2 502
3 Slovenia Irt Husqvarna 3 3 5 5 4 3 2 3 4 7 6 5 20 19 4 8 2 2 4 4 5 22 6 5 376
4 Czech Republic Žerava Honda 8 5 6 8 6 6 5 4 3 8 4 4 3 6 6 4 4 6 5 11 14 20 9 10 348
5 France Potisek Honda 10 7 5 4 3 5 6 3 10 21 2 3 2 2 6 18 1 3 290
6 Czech Republic Smola Suzuki 11 17 16 14 8 7 8 5 14 11 12 11 3 6 9 8 6 6 16 7 8 12 249
7 Argentina Arco Yamaha 7 10 11 13 3 5 6 6 5 4 18 23 11 12 5 5 11 11 16 23 17 16 15 11 247
8 Czech Republic Michalec Honda 15 13 18 19 11 10 9 11 10 11 13 10 13 10 8 7 13 9 7 7 13 19 208
9 Switzerland Wicht Honda 7 10 7 6 11 7 6 4 7 3 4 6 178
10 Austria Staufer KTM 5 7 3 5 25 25 13 8 87
11 Finland Kovalainen Yamaha 13 11 17 DNS 14 13 9 8 7 21 76
12 Finland Mäkinen Honda 5 7 8 9 11 11 75
13 France Martin Husqvarna 3 3 7 6 69
14 Czech Republic Čepelák Yamaha 5 8 4 5 63
15 Slovenia Kragelj Yamaha 7 8 7 4 59
16 Finland Rouhiainen Yamaha 14 12 19 21 11 13 12 10 56
17 Finland Nikkila Yamaha 9 9 15 15 10 17 51
18 Switzerland Bill KTM 1 1 50
19 France Pichon KTM 1 1 50
20 Finland Eriksson KTM 1 3 45
21 Bulgaria Kumanov Honda 10 10 11 11 42
22 Czech Republic Michek TM 3 3 40
23 Chile Noemi Honda 17 14 23 22 23 18 17 15 20 DNS 20 18 22 18 18 16 40
24 Italy Beggi TM 8 22 7 9 39
25 Austria Schmidinger Honda 12 12 12 9 39
26 Belgium Delince KTM 3 4 38
27 Italy Lombrici Suzuki 12 12 10 12 38
28 Switzerland Valente Honda 26 30 11 23 13 15 19 17 17 17 38
29 Estonia Laansoo Honda 4 4 36
30 Portugal Correia Yamaha 4 4 36
31 Sweden Lindström KTM 3 6 35
32 Spain Corrochano Yamaha 16 15 10 10 33
33 Latvia Justs Honda 6 5 31
34 Portugal Venda Kawasaki 6 6 30
35 Slovenia Urbas Kawasaki 17 12 15 19 14 20 29
36 Argentina Felipe Kawasaki 7 7 28
37 Croatia Šipek Yamaha 8 7 27
38 Czech Republic Masarik Honda 8 8 26
39 Argentina Correa Kawasaki 8 8 26
40 Slovakia Kulhavý KTM 15 14 9 20 26
41 France Billerey Yamaha 10 7 25
42 Sweden Petterson KTM 9 8 25
43 Portugal Basaula Suzuki 10 8 24
44 Spain Álvarez Kawasaki 9 9 24
45 Czech Republic Zaremba Honda 9 9 24
46 Chile Le. Quintanilla Honda 9 9 24
47 Latvia Apfelbaums Honda 12 16 14 18 24
48 Germany Schröter KTM 10 9 23
49 Greece Kouzis Yamaha 9 10 23
50 France Botannelli KTM 9 11 22
51 Italy Tiveddu TM 22 19 16 16 19 14 21
52 Slovenia Mulec Suzuki 12 10 20
53 Spain J. Rodríguez Yamaha 11 11 20
54 Chile Lu. Quintanilla Honda 10 13 19
55 Argentina Villar Honda 12 11 19
56 Switzerland Auberson KTM 11 13 18
57 Greece Vagelakos Yamaha 12 12 18
58 Spain Varga Kawasaki 13 12 17
59 Bulgaria Yovchev Honda 12 13 17
60 Germany Heidecke Kawasaki 28 5 16
61 France Izoird Suzuki 20 6 16
62 Romania Raduta KTM 14 12 16
63 Argentina Freytes Honda 14 12 16
64 France Léonce Suzuki 12 15 15
65 Spain Vieira Suzuki 14 13 15
66 Hungary Borka Kawasaki 14 13 15
67 Bulgaria Totev Honda 13 14 15
68 Austria Reisinger Suzuki 21 7 14
69 Cyprus Savvas Yamaha 14 14 14
70 Croatia Božić KTM 20 21 17 16 29 17 14
71 Poland Lonka Honda 8 29 13
72 France Viguier Suzuki 13 16 13
73 Ukraine Morozov Kawasaki 14 15 13
74 Ukraine O. Pashchynskyi KTM 15 14 13
75 Spain Ó. Rodríguez Honda 15 14 13
76 Slovakia Szolga Honda 15 14 13
77 Chile Cabrera Suzuki 15 14 13
78 Estonia Lethla KTM 21 9 12
79 Bulgaria Petrov Honda 22 9 12
80 Finland Matikainen Honda 18 12 12
81 France Guidolin Yamaha 16 14 12
82 Bulgaria Gochev Honda 15 15 12
83 Germany Jache Husqvarna 23 10 11
84 Slovenia Slavec Honda 16 15 11
85 Argentina Castillo Honda 16 15 11
86 Germany Wolff Honda 17 15 10
87 Spain J. García Yamaha 16 16 10
88 Finland Aro KTM 20 13 9
89 Spain Jorge Kawasaki 18 15 9
90 Chile V. Israel Honda 21 13 8
91 Greece Fotopoulos KTM 23 13 8
92 Czech Republic Stránský KTM 24 13 8
93 Ukraine M. Pashchynskyi KTM 13 26 8
94 Finland Ma. Jumppanen Honda 19 15 8
95 Bulgaria Tomanov Yamaha 18 16 8
96 Argentina Petrocelli Honda 18 16 8
97 Spain Hernández Yamaha 17 17 8
98 Bulgaria Georgiev Yamaha 17 17 8
99 Argentina Belaustegui Kawasaki 17 17 8
100 Austria Hauer KTM 18 17 24 28 22 20 8
101 Finland Silvennoinen Kawasaki 23 14 7
102 Italy Buso KTM 25 24 18 17 26 27 7
103 Finland Mi. Jumppanen Honda 15 23 6
104 Greece Skivalos Honda 15 DNS 6
105 Czech Republic Vaněček TM 20 16 6
106 Bulgaria Shevkiev Suzuki 16 21 5
107 Greece Liriou Suzuki 16 22 5
108 Czech Republic Vaněček Kawasaki 16 24 5
109 Germany Mock Honda 27 16 5
110 Greece Tzioras Kawasaki DNS 16 5
111 Austria Kraus KTM 19 18 22 22 21 22 5
112 Germany E. Grybowski Suzuki 18 19 5
113 Cyprus Sokratous KTM 19 18 5
114 Argentina E. García Honda 19 18 5
115 Cyprus Siderenios Yamaha 21 17 4
116 Switzerland Burn Yamaha 21 17 4
117 Greece Papavasiliou KTM 17 21 4
118 Spain Arana Yamaha 21 24 20 18 4
119 Greece Andreou KTM 18 20 4
120 Belgium Begon Yamaha 19 19 4
121 Bulgaria Bekirov Kawasaki 23 18 3
122 Bulgaria Marinov Suzuki 20 19 3
123 Bulgaria Rashkov Honda 19 20 3
124 Chile J. Israel Honda 20 19 3
125 Germany P. Grybowski Suzuki 19 21 2
126 Greece Zervos Kawasaki 22 19 2
127 France Nogarede Honda 22 20 1
128 Argentina Urcera Yamaha 22 20 1
129 Greece Doumanis Kawasaki 20 23 1
Bulgaria Ivanov Honda 21 22 0
Argentina Yañez Honda 21 22 0
Chile Quintanilla Vásquez Honda 23 23 0
France Rui Suzuki 31 23 0
Chile B. Israel Honda 24 24 0
France Touzla KTM 24 25 0
Bulgaria Kokarov KTM 24 DNS 0
Argentina Galván Honda 25 25 0
Argentina Mezher Suzuki 26 26 0
France Gautronet Yamaha 27 26 0
France Maure Suzuki 28 27 0
France Schneider Suzuki 30 28 0
France Courneil Yamaha 29 31 0
France Tarallo Kawasaki 32 29 0
Poland Mank Honda 30 DNS 0
France Sandouly Yamaha 33 DNS 0
Pos Rider Bike POR
Portugal
FRA
France
ARG
Argentina
BUL
Bulgaria
GRE
Greece
CZE
Czech Republic
SVK
Slovakia
ESP
Spain
SLO
Slovenia
GER
Germany
FIN
Finland
SUI
Switzerland
Pts
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate (DNP)
Excluded (EX)

Manufacturers' Championship[edit]

Pos Manufacturer POR
Portugal
FRA
France
ARG
Argentina
BUL
Bulgaria
GRE
Greece
CZE
Czech Republic
SVK
Slovakia
ESP
Spain
SLO
Slovenia
GER
Germany
FIN
Finland
SUI
Switzerland
Pts
1 Japan Yamaha 1 1 2 4 2 1 4 1 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 5 1 1 2 1 2 1 5 3 539
2 Sweden Husqvarna 2 2 3 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 10 1 4 1 2 2 3 2 5 2 2 2 524
3 Japan Honda 5 5 1 1 5 4 3 4 3 3 4 4 2 3 2 2 4 6 1 3 4 4 4 6 463
4 Japan Suzuki 10 8 12 6 15 14 8 7 8 5 12 11 12 11 3 6 9 8 6 6 16 7 7 12 287
5 Austria KTM 9 11 14 12 17 13 15 13 5 7 3 5 10 9 1 3 1 1 248
6 Japan Kawasaki 6 6 30 28 7 7 23 18 20 16 16 12 14 13 9 9 15 19 14 5 23 14 14 15 171
7 Italy TM 3 3 7 9 19 14 75
Pos Manufacturer POR
Portugal
FRA
France
ARG
Argentina
BUL
Bulgaria
GRE
Greece
CZE
Czech Republic
SVK
Slovakia
ESP
Spain
SLO
Slovenia
GER
Germany
FIN
Finland
SUI
Switzerland
Pts
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate (DNP)
Excluded (EX)

Participants[edit]

  • Riders with red background numbers are defending champions. All riders were announced with numbers on February 5, 2010.[5]

MX1 participants[edit]

Team Constructor No Rider
Red Bull KTM Factory Racing KTM 2 Germany Maximilian Nagl[6]
22 Portugal Rui Goncalves[6]
222 Italy Antonio Cairoli[6]
B.O Team[7] KTM 4 Belgium Kevin Strijbos[7]
Aprilia Racing Aprilia 6 New Zealand Josh Coppins[8]
15 Switzerland Julien Bill[8]
32 Belgium Manuel Priem[8]
Kawasaki Racing Team Kawasaki 7 Spain Jonathan Barragan[9]
90 France Sébastien Pourcel[9]
121 France Xavier Boog[9]
CAS Honda 8 South Africa Gareth Swanepoel[10]
777 Russia Evgeny Bobryshev[10]
Yamaha Monster Energy Ricci Yamaha 9 Belgium Ken De Dycker[11]
TM Racing Factory Team TM 10 France Anthony Boissiere[12]
111 Estonia Aigar Leok
131 Czech Republic Martin Michek
Team Teka Suzuki World MX1 Suzuki 11 Belgium Steve Ramon[13]
25 Belgium Clément Desalle[13]
3C Racing Yamaha 13 Italy Manuel Monni
36 Italy Matteo Bonini
Beursfoon Suzuki MX Team Suzuki 14 Netherlands Marc de Reuver[14]
Yamaha Van Beers Racing Yamaha 17 Sweden Tom Söderström[15]
Yamaha Monster Energy Motocross Team Yamaha 19 Italy David Philippaerts[16]
Bud Racing/Rockstar/Kawasaki Kawasaki 20 France Gregory Aranda[17]
Buildbase CCM Racing CCM 24 United Kingdom Tom Church[18]
71 United Kingdom Stephen Sword
Latvia Elksni Honda Honda 27 Latvia Filips Kempelis
74 Latvia Ivo Steinbergs
LS Honda Honda 39 Italy Davide Guarneri[19]
40 Estonia Tanel Leok[20]
Delta Racing Team Suzuki 45 France Loic Leonce[21]
49 Austria Gunther Schmidinger[21]
Hillinger KTM MX-Racing Team KTM 52 Austria Matthias Walkner
Sturm Racing Team Kawasaki 75 Belgium Kevin Wouts[22]
77 South Africa Shannon Terreblanche[22]
Honda Martin Racing Honda 101 New Zealand Ben Townley
702 United States Jimmy Albertson
KTM Sarholz Racing Team KTM 120 France Cedric Soubeyras
KTM HDI MX Team KTM 383 France Mathias Bellino
Key
Regular Rider
Wildcard Rider
Replacement Rider

MX2 participants[edit]

Team Constructor No Rider
Red Bull KTM Factory Racing KTM 1 France Marvin Musquin[6]
11 United Kingdom Shaun Simpson[6]
111 Netherlands Jeffrey Herlings[6]
KTM Sarholz Racing Team KTM 19 Czech Republic Petr Smitka
Yamaha Monster Energy Motocross Team Yamaha 21 France Gautier Paulin[16]
Teka Suzuki Europe World MX 2 Suzuki 23 Switzerland Arnaud Tonus[23]
94 Germany Ken Roczen[23]
Nestaan Team Honda 24 Netherlands Herjan Brakke
25 Netherlands Glenn Coldenhoff
AXO KTM Silver Action KTM 27 Germany Marcus Schiffer
62 Slovenia Klemen Gercar
Team MotoVision-SUSO-Suzuki Suzuki 29 Latvia Matiss Karro
Yamaha Van Beers Racing Yamaha 30 Netherlands Ceriel Klein Kromhof[15]
JM Racing Team KTM KTM 34 Belgium Joel Roelants
52 France Axel Alletru
335 Belgium Dennis Verbruggen
SRS Racing Honda 35 Denmark Nikolaj Larsen[24]
152 Bulgaria Petar Petrov[24]
KTM HDI MX Team KTM 37 France Valentin Teillet
HM Plant Red Bull KTM UK KTM 45 United Kingdom Jake Nicholls[25]
555 United Kingdom Graeme Irwin[25]
TM Racing Factory Team TM 64 France Khounsith Vongsana
Beursfoon Suzuki MX Team Suzuki 71 Spain Jose Antonio Butron
Shineray MX Team China Honda 75 Belgium Nick Triest
Yamaha Monster Energy Ricci Yamaha 77 Italy Alessandro Lupino[11]
202 France Loic Larrieu[11]
Kawasaki Team CLS Kawasaki 89 Belgium Jeremy van Horebeek[26]
183 France Steven Frossard[26]
3C Racing Yamaha 90 Italy Rudi Moroni
Honda Martin Racing Honda 92 Italy Alessandro Battig
Latvia Elksni Honda Honda 95 Latvia Augusts Justs
Bike-it Cosworth Yamaha UK Yamaha 119 United Kingdom Mel Pocock
123 United Kingdom Edward Allingham
338 United States Zach Osborne
Bud Racing/Rockstar/Kawasaki Kawasaki 131 France Nicolas Aubin[17]
Yamaha Gariboldi Monster Energy Yamaha 151 Finland Harri Kullas[27]
430 France Christophe Charlier[27]
Delta Suzuki Suzuki 153 Italy Marco Maddii[21]
ESTA - MX Team Suzuki 310 Russia Aleksandr Tonkov
Rossi Racing Team Suzuki 414 Italy Deny Philippaerts
Key
Regular Rider
Wildcard Rider
Replacement Rider

MX3 participants[edit]

References[edit]

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