Max Nagl

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Max Nagl
Maximilian Nagl MXoN 2008.jpg
Nationality German
Born August 7, 1987 (1987-08-07) (age 29)
Weilheim, Germany
Motocross career
Years active 2003–present
Teams Red Bull IceOne Husqvarna Factory Racing, Previous: Red Bull KTM; HRC Honda
GP debut 2003, GP of Germany, Teutschenthal, MX2
First GP win 2008, GP of Italy, Faenza

Maximilian "Max" Nagl (born August 7, 1987 in Weilheim) is a German professional motocross racer. He competes in the FIM MX1-GP Motocross Grand Prix world championships as a rider for Kimi Räikkönen's Ice 1 Racing Husqvarna motocross team factory racing team managed by FIM racer Antti Pyrhönen.[1] In the 2009 FIM Motocross World Championship season, he finished second to Antonio Cairoli in the MX1-GP series.[2]

Season results[edit]

  • 2000: 1. Place German Championship 85 cm³
  • 2001: 1. Place ADAC-Junior-Cup 85 cm³
  • 2002: 1. Place DMSB-Cup, 5. Place German Championship 125 cm³
  • 2003: 3. Place ADAC MX Masters, 35. Place World Championship 125 cm³
  • 2004: 1. Place ADAC MX Masters, 28. Place World Championship MX2
  • 2005: 3. Place ADAC MX Masters, 16. Place World Championship MX2
  • 2006: 1. Place ADAC MX Masters, 20. Place World Championship MX2
  • 2007: 3. Place ADAC MX Masters, 18. Place World Championship MX1
  • 2008: 1. Place ADAC MX Masters, 6. Place World Championship MX1 (KTM)
  • 2009: 4. Place ADAC MX Masters, 2. Place World Championship MX1 (KTM)
  • 2010: 7. Place ADAC MX Masters, 4. Place World Championship MX1(KTM)
  • 2011: 5. Place World Championship MX1 (KTM)
  • 2012: 5. Place ADAC MX Masters, 16. Place World Championship MX1, 1.Place Motocross des Nations with Ken Roczen and Marcus Schiffer (KTM)
  • 2013: 3. Place ADAC MX Masters, 10. Place World Championship MX1 (Honda)
  • 2014: 10. Place ADAC MX Masters,6. Place World Championship MXGP (Honda) [3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Maximilian Nagl profile
  2. ^ Rider profile
  3. ^ "Youthstream - Results". Motocrossmx1.com. Retrieved 2014-08-03. 

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