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ROCKSTAR ENERGY HUSQVARNA FACTORY RACING’S PHIL NICOLETTI NINTH OVERALL AT SOUTHWICK NATIONAL
HARRISON NINTH IN 250, MOSIMAN AND BAILEY EARN TOP-15 FINISHES
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The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Team battled the sand and the blistering heat on Saturday at the Southwick National, the sixth round of the AMA Pro Motocross Championship, held in Southwick, Mass. 450 rider Phil Nicoletti impressed with a 10-8 for ninth overall. 250 riders Mitchell Harrison, Michael Mosiman, and Jordan Bailey also had great days with ninth, 10th, and 12th place overall finishes.

Phil Nicoletti got a decent start in the first 450 moto but was shuffled back early in the race. He started climbing through the ranks and made it up to 16th by the seventh lap. He set a blistering pace as he continued to move through the field, and rode strong to an 10th-place finish. He was fourth at the start of the second moto and had a solid ride in the top-10. He stayed consistent and took over the eighth-place spot. He held strong to finish eighth. The 10-8 finish gave him ninth overall on the day.

“Southwick was good,” said Nicoletti. “I rode really well but I went down twice, and it took a little wind out of my sails. It was brutally hot today. I think everyone struggled a bit. I’m still making progress and I’m feeling better. I’m going to keep working to get ready for RedBud next week."

Mitchell Harrison got caught in the gate at the start of the first 250 moto, but charged his way through the field to finish 15th despite going down again during the race. He got a good start in the second moto and sat just outside the top-10. He made his way into the top-10 spot in the fifth lap, and passed teammate Jordan Bailey the following lap to take over the ninth-place spot. He rode hard to a sixth-place finish. The 15-6 finish gave him ninth overall on the day.

“I love Southwick,” said Harrison. “I love the sand. I hit the gate in the first moto and crashed a few times. I rode like I know how to in the second moto and felt really strong. I came back to a sixth. I think this is going to give me a lot of confidence going into RedBud, which is my home race."

Michael Mosiman was mid-pack at the start of the first 250 moto. He put on a charge and started advancing, making it up to 13th by the ninth lap. He continued to push and made it into the top-10 a few laps later, then put in an excellent ride to finish 10th. He went down after the start of the second moto but quickly remounted. He was coming through the pack, but went down again after jumping into an unfamiliar section of the track. He got back up and tore through the pack to ride to an 11th-place finish. The 10-11 finish gave him 10th overall on the day—his first top-10 finish of the season.

“This was my first time at Southwick,” said Mosiman. “It was actually really fun. I had good practice times. My starts weren’t great, but I charged. The first couple of laps were brutal with the sand, but I just started moving ahead. I started 21st in the first moto and ended up 10th, so that was good. I got collected with Forkner straight out of the gate in the second moto. I started moving up but then went down after jumping into an area I wasn’t familiar with. I got up slowly and started getting the flow again. I worked my way up to 11th, and I ended up 10th overall. I’m making progress."

Jordan Bailey got a good start in the first 250 moto and came out of the first lap in the top-15. He went down twice, but came back to a 13th-place finish. He got a good start in the second moto and came out of the first lap in the top-10. He stayed consistent and rode an excellent race to claim a season-best 10th place finish. The 13-10 finish gave him 12th overall on the day.

“Southwick is a sand race, and it was brutal,” said Bailey. “I crashed twice in the first moto, but my starts were good all day. I was in sixth for a long time in the second moto then got shuffled back and ended up 10th—which is my best finish so far. I’m going to keep building every weekend, and I’m looking forward to RedBud."

Next Race: July 7 - RedBud National - Buchanan, MI

Southwick National Results

250 Class
1. Dylan Ferrandis (4,1)
2. Alex Martin (2,4)
3. Shane McElrath (6,2)
4. RJ Hampshire (7,3)
5. Aaron Plessinger (3,7)
6. Colt Nichols (8,8)
7. Austin Forkner (1,20)
8. Chase Sexton (15,6)
9. Mitchell Harrison - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing (15,6)
10. Michael Mosiman - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing (10,11)
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12. Jordan Bailey - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing (13,10)

450 Class
1. Marvin Musquin (2,1)
2. Eli Tomac (1,2)
3. Justin Barcia (3,3)
4. Blake Baggett (4,4)
5. Ken Roczen (5,5)
6. Benny Bloss (6,6)
7. Lorenzo Locurcio (7,7)
8. Cooper Webb (8,9)
9. Phil Nicoletti - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing (10,8)
10. Weston Peick (9,11)

250 Class Rider Point Standings
1. Aaron Plessinger - 233 points
2. Alex Martin - 210 points
3. Jeremy Martin - 176 points
4. Justin Cooper - 174 points
5. Shane McElrath - 170 points
6. Austin Forkner - 169 points
7. RJ Hampshire - 154 points
8. Jordon Smith - 151 points
9. Chase Sexton - 141 points
10. Joey Savatgy - 128 points
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12. Zach Osborne - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing - 105 points
13. Michael Mosiman - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing - 97 points

16. Jordan Bailey - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing - 64 points
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18. Mitchell Harrison - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing - 51 points

450 Class Rider Point Standings
1. Eli Tomac - 289 points
2. Marvin Musquin - 257 points
3. Justin Barcia - 224 points
4. Ken Roczen - 201 points
5. Blake Baggett - 200 points
6. Weston Peick - 170 points
7. Benny Bloss - 156 points
8. Phil Nicoletti - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing - 142 points
9. Cody Cooper - 85 points
10. Jason Anderson - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing - 73 points

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ROCKSTAR ENERGY HUSQVARNA FACTORY RACING’S PHIL NICOLETTI FINISHES EIGHTH AT TENNESSEE NATIONAL
MOSIMAN, HARRISON, AND BAILEY FINISH 13TH, 14TH, AND 16TH IN 250 CLASS
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The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing team made its way to Blountville, Tenn. on Saturday for the fifth round of the AMA Pro Motocross Championship. Phil Nicoletti had a great day with an eighth overall in the 450 class, while teammates Michael Mosiman, Mitchell Harrison, and Jordan Bailey finished 13th, 14th, and 16th overall in the 250 class.

Phil Nicoletti got a top-10 start in the first 450 moto and quickly moved into the top-five. He held his ground then went back to sixth around the halfway mark then rode strong until going down with around 10 minutes remaining. He remounted quickly and was back on the move in eighth. He charged ahead and made one more pass to finish seventh. He got a great start in the second moto and was on the move in the top-10. He was seventh in lap two and was riding strong but got shuffled back to ninth where he finished. The 7-9 finish gave him eighth overall on the day.

“My second race was a lot better than my first,” said Nicoletti. “I had a lot of tip overs. I was trying to push it and lost my cool in the second moto. It’s ok. I’m going in the right direction and I’m looking forward to getting in the sand next weekend."

Michael Mosiman was mid-pack at the start of the first 250 moto and rode a consistent race to finish 14th. He got a decent start in the second moto and came out of the first lap in 12th. He charged into the top-10 around the halfway mark and, despite going down, continued to push and held strong to finish 10th. He went 14-10 for 13th overall.

“Muddy Creek was a pretty good race,” said Mosiman. “My starts improved and my aggression improved. I got a good start in the first moto but then got pushed wide. I got a better start in the second moto and was running a good pace. I went down after Cantrell and lost two spots, but I had some good passes so I was happy about that. All-in-all there were a lot of positives, and I’m looking forward to Southwick."

Mitchell Harrison was mid-pack at the start of the first 250 moto and stayed steady to finish 15th. He got a decent start in the second moto and was riding strong in 15th. He put in a great ride and charged through the pack to finish 11th. The 15-11 finish gave him 14th overall on the day.

“I’ve been getting great starts all week,” said Harrison. “I was looking to get better starts today. I had to come through the pack. I feel strong again, though, so I think next week will be good. I love the sand so I’m looking forward to doing better."

Jordan Bailey started in the back of the pack in the first 250 moto and charged through the field to finish 16th. He got a similar start in the second moto and worked hard to charge ahead. He had a solid ride and finished 14th. The 16-14 finish gave him 16th overall.

“Muddy Creek is an awesome track,” said Bailey. “I didn’t get a great start in the first moto but I made some passes. I had to work my way up again in the second moto. It’s a step in the right direction, but I need to get a little more aggressive. I’m looking forward to Southwick."

Next Race: June 30 - Southwick National - Southwick, MA

Tennessee National Results

250 Class
1. Shane McElrath (3,2)
2. Dylan Ferrandis (11,1)
3. Chase Sexton (8,4)
4. Alex Martin (12,3)
5. Jordon Smith (7,6)
6. Joey Savatgy (6,7)
7. Aaron Plessinger (9,5)
8. Austin Forkner (5,9)
9. Jeremy Martin (1,40)
10. Justin Cooper (2,28)
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13. Michael Mosiman - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing (14,10)
14. Mitchell Harrison - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing (15,11)
16. Jordan Bailey - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing (16,14)

450 Class
1. Eli Tomac (1,3)
2. Justin Barcia (2,2)
3. Marvin Musquin (5,1)
4. Ken Roczen (3,4)
5. Blake Baggett (4,5)
6. Weston Peick (6,6)
7. Justin Hill (8,7)
8. Phil Nicoletti - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing (7,9)
9. Benny Bloss (9,8)
10. Kyle Cunningham (11,10)

250 Class Rider Point Standings
1. Aaron Plessinger - 199 points
2. Jeremy Martin - 176 points
3. Alex Martin - 170 points
4. Justin Cooper - 158 points
5. Austin Forkner - 143 points
6. Shane McElrath - 133 points
7. Jordon Smith - 133 points
8. RJ Hampshire - 120 points
9. Chase Sexton - 118 points
10. Joey Savatgy - 112 points
11. Zach Osborne - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing - 105 points
12. Michael Mosiman - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing - 76 points
17. Jordan Bailey - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing - 45 points
20. Mitchell Harrison - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing - 30 points

450 Class Rider Point Standings
1. Eli Tomac - 242 points
2. Marvin Musquin - 210 points
3. Justin Barcia - 184 points
4. Ken Roczen - 169 points
5. Blake Baggett - 164 points
6. Weston Peick - 148 points
7. Benny Bloss - 126 points
8. Phil Nicoletti - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing - 118 points
9. Cody Cooper - 80 points
10. Jason Anderson - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing - 73 points
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ROCKSTAR ENERGY HUSQVARNA FACTORY RACING’S PHIL NICOLETTI 11TH AT HIGH POINT
MOSIMAN AND HARRISON BATTLE TO 11TH AND 15TH PLACE FINISHES IN THE 250 CLASS
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The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing team battled an extremely tough and rutted track at the High Point National in Mount Morris, PA on Saturday for the fourth round of the AMA Pro Motocross Championship. Team newcomer Phil Nicoletti rebounded from a first turn pileup in the first 450 moto and finished 11th overall on the day, while teammates Michael Mosiman and Mitchell Harrison finished 11th and 15th in the 250 class. Fellow 250 rider Jordan Bailey rode strong in the first moto, but suffered from a big crash in the second moto that left him unable to finish the race.

Phil Nicoletti got caught up in a first turn pileup in the first 450 moto but remounted as quickly as he could and was on the move. He made his way through the pack and up to 23rd by the seventh lap then continued to charge to finish 16th despite going down two more times during the moto. He got a better start in the second moto with a top-10, and made his way to sixth early in the race as he continued to push through the field. He fell back to ninth and held strong to finish ninth. The 16-9 finish gave him 11th overall.

“This was my first round with the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory racing team,” said Nicoletti. “I think I prepared well coming into the race, but California tracks are nothing like the track here at High Point so I kind of had to relearn a few things and make some changes. I got taken out in the first turn of the first moto, then went down two more times after that. I ran up front for awhile in the second moto but ran out of steam and ended up ninth in that moto and 11th overall. I’m ready for next weekend."

Michael Mosiman was mid-pack at the start of the first 250 moto and came out of the first lap in 13th. He started to charge through the field before going down in the last lap. He was 13th after the crash and held strong to finish 13th. He was mid-pack at the start of the second moto and charged his way into the top-10 by lap four. He continued to advance and finished ninth. The 13-9 finish gave him 11th overall on the day.

“It was good to get out of here healthy,” said Mosiman. “This track was mean. I didn’t get the best start in the first moto and I made a mistake. I was in 11th then took a slightly different line in the last lap through the jumping rollers and the bike jumped up and I had to bail. I landed the double while running. I lost two spots and finished 13th. I got a little bit of a better spot in the second moto and was flowing and making passes and ended up ninth. I’m excited for next weekend’s race in Tennessee."

Mitchell Harrison was mid-pack at the start of the first 250 moto and was ninth by the end of the first lap. He rode hard but was shuffled back during the race and finished 14th. He was mid-pack at the start of the second moto and rode strong to finish 14th. The 14-14 finish gave him 15th overall.

“It was an interesting day for me,” said Harrison. “I felt off-pace. I got a good start in the first moto but faded, then didn’t get the best start in the second moto but rode strong. I have some work to do, and this was a rough track to come back to. I’m going to keep working and will step it up."

Jordan Bailey was mid-pack at the start of the first 250 moto and finished the first lap in 14th, right behind teammate Michael Mosiman. He made it to 13th in the second lap before going back to 15th in lap three and would eventually finish 16th. He was mid-pack at the start of the second moto and was putting on a charge before crashing hard over a jump in the sixth lap. The incident left him unable to finish the race.

“High Point was probably one of the gnarliest tracks I’ve ever ridden,” said Bailey. “Practice was ok, but the ruts were so deep. I got off to a decent start in the first moto and finished 16th. I didn’t get a great start in the second moto, but was riding way better. I crashed mid-jump and got clobbered by the bike, but I’m ok. I’m looking forward to Muddy Creek. If the guys at Muddy Creek are reading this...it would be good if they could tone down the ruts!”

Next Race: June 23 - Tennessee National - Blountville, TN

High Point National Results

250 Class
1. Aaron Plessinger (1,1)
2. Austin Forkner (4,2)
3. Justin Cooper (3,4)
4. Dylan Ferrandis (8,3)
5. RJ Hampshire (7,7)
6. Shane McElrath (9,6)
7. Jordon Smith (5,10)
8. Alex Martin (12,5)
9. Brandon Hartranft (11,8)
10. Jeremy Martin (2,33)
11. Michael Mosiman - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing (13,9)
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15. Mitchell Harrison - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing (14,14)
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21. Jordan Bailey - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing (16,36)

450 Class
1. Eli Tomac (2,1)
2. Marvin Musquin (1,2)
3. Justin Barcia (3,5)
4. Ken Roczen (7,3)
5. Justin Hill (4,6)
6. Weston Peick (9,4)
7. Blake Baggett (5,7)
8. Benny Bloss (6,8)
9. Cody Cooper (8,10)
10. Kyle Cunningham (10,12)
11. Phil Nicoletti - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing (16,9)

250 Class Rider Point Standings
1. Aaron Plessinger - 171 points
2. Jeremy Martin - 151 points
3. Alex Martin - 141 points
4. Justin Cooper - 136 points
5. Austin Forkner - 115 points
6. Zach Osborne - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing - 105 points
7. Jordon Smith - 104 points
8. RJ Hampshire - 100 points
9. Shane McElrath - 91 points
10. Chase Sexton - 87 points

13. Michael Mosiman - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing - 58 points
19. Jordan Bailey - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing - 33 points
22. Mitchell Harrison - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing - 14 points

450 Class Rider Point Standings
1. Eli Tomac - 197 points
2. Marvin Musquin - 169 points
3. Justin Barcia - 140 points
4. Ken Roczen - 131 points
5. Blake Baggett - 130 points
6. Weston Peick - 118 points
7. Benny Bloss - 101 points
8. Phil Nicoletti - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing - 92 points
9. Jason Anderson - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing - 73 points
10. Cody Cooper - 69 points

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DOUBLE PODIUM DELIGHT FOR ROCKSTAR ENERGY HUSQVARNA MX2 RIDERS IN FRANCE
THOMAS COVINGTON & THOMAS KJER-OLSEN CLAIM SECOND & THIRD OVERALL AT A ROUGH SAINT JEAN D’ANGELY TRACK
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Taking place at the hillside circuit of Saint Jean d’Angely in the south of France, round 10 of the 2018 FIM Motocross World Championship saw the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing duo of Thomas Covington and Thomas Kjer-Olsen place second and third respectively in the MX2 category.

Winning both the Qualifying Race and the opening MX2 class moto at the Saint Jean d’Angely track, Thomas Covington tied on points with eventual GP winner Jorge Prado. Showing great speed despite challenging conditions, the American bounced back from a small mistake after the start of the second race to wrap up the weekend with a third place second moto result.

Putting in two solid moto performances Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Thomas Kjer-Olsen secured third overall at the GP of France. Runner-up in the opening moto and fourth in the second moto, the young Dane remains third in the provisional 2018 MX2 World Championship standings.

In the MXGP category, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Gautier Paulin wrapped up his home GP with seventh overall. Following a strong runner-up result in the qualifying moto, the FC 450 powered rider went on to collect a set of 8/5 results.

Battling his way back from two bad starts, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Max Anstie claimed 17/16 results for 18th overall at the French GP.

The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing team will return to action at the 11th round of the 2018 FIM Motocross World Championship in Ottobiano, Italy on June 16/17.

Thomas Covington: “I’m really happy with my performance this weekend. Everything worked well in moto one. I got the holeshot and was then able to do my own race for the victory. In moto two I made a small mistake right after the gate drop so I really did my best throughout the moto to get as high as possible. It feels good to be back on the podium. It’s a bit of a bummer I couldn’t be on the top spot this time, but I’m still happy with my results here in France. I’m really looking forward to the next GP now in Italy. Hopefully I can get on the top spot there.”

Thomas Kjer-Olsen: “It was a really tough track and I’m really happy I managed to do two strong motos here in France. We had too much rain the night before and that completely changed track conditions for the final motos. In the qualifying moto I struggled to get a good pace, but we made some good changes and my speed was a lot better in the final motos. It’s really positive to be able to race two solid motos under these conditions and it gives me extra confidence to continue pushing. There are no words to thank all the members of my team for their hard work. We’re on to Italy now and I’m hoping we can do even better there.”

Gautier Paulin: “It was a difficult GP. I was happy to get second in qualifying but then the rain during the night made conditions a lot different for the final motos. In the opening race my start wasn’t that good and after some passes I managed to cross the line in eighth place. My start was better in the second moto and I did my best to get as close as possible to the top three. After some good battles, I finished the moto in fifth place. In every GP the pace keeps improving and we are working hard to be there, up front battling with the leading pack. Overall, we’ve made some steps ahead this weekend. The French fans were awesome and once again it was a huge pleasure to race in front of my home crowd.”

Max Anstie: “I keep doing my best but two bad starts this weekend made it all a lot harder. Track conditions were quite demanding during the two final motos and every little mistake cost a lot. Getting 17th in the first moto and then 16th in the second moto is the best I could do this weekend. I take it as it is and move on. We’ve just reached the halfway point for the season and there’s still plenty of racing to be done. The work continues, and the goal remains to keep getting better and better every weekend.”

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Results – 2018 FIM Motocross World Championship, Round 10

MXGP - Overall
1. Jeffrey Herlings (KTM) 50pts; 2. Antonio Cairoli (KTM) 42; 3. Tim Gajser (Honda) 36… 7. Gautier Paulin (Husqvarna) 29… 18. Max Anstie (Husqvarna) 9… 20. Tanel Leok (Husqvarna) 3

MXGP - Race 1
1. Jeffrey Herlings (KTM) 17 laps, 34:05.232; 2. Clement Desalle (Kawasaki) 34:10.892; 3. Antonio Cairoli (KTM) 34:11.554… 8. Gautier Paulin (Husqvarna) 35:09.207… 17. Max Anstie (Husqvarna) 16 laps, 34:20.324… 21. Tanel Leok (Husqvarna) 34:32.483… 25. Klemen Gercar (Husqvarna) 35:48.915

MXGP - Race 2
1. Jeffrey Herlings (KTM) 18 laps, 34:38.032; 2. Antoinio Cairoli (KTM) 34:46.870; 3. Tim Gajser (Honda) 35:18.433… 5. Gautier Paulin (Husqvarna) 35:30.832… 16. Max Anstie (Husqvarna) 36:19.866… 18. Tanel Leok (Husqvarna) 36:34.193… 27. Klemen Gercar (Husqvarna) 11 laps, 23:17.724

MX2 - Overall
1. Jorge Prado (KTM) 45pts; 2. Thomas Covington (Husqvarna) 45; 3. Thomas Kjer-Olsen (Husqvarna) 40… 11. Iker Larranaga (Husqvarna) 17… 22. Anthony Bourdon (Husqvarna) 3; 23. Brent Van doninck (Husqvarna) 3

MX2 - Race 1
1. Thomas Covington (Husqvarna) 17 laps, 35:58.425; 2. Thomas Kjer-Olsen (Husqvarna) 36:01.998; 3. Jorge Prado (KTM) 36:04.335… 13. Iker Larranaga (Husqvarna) 37:12.548… 18. Brent Van doninck (Husqvarna) 16 laps, 36:12.284… 21. Anthony Bourdon (Husqvarna) 36:41.304… 23. Enzo Toriani (Husqvarna) 38:02.169; 24. Henry Jacobi (Husqvarna) 15 laps, 33:18.760… 26. Andrea Zanotti (Husqvarna) 13 laps, 30:58.584

MX2 - Race 2
1. Jorge Prado (KTM) 17 laps, 34:19.853; 2. Jago Geerts (Yamaha) 34:23.016; 3. Thomas Covington (Husqvarna) 34:25.604; 4. Thomas Kjer-Olsen (Husqvarna) 34:25.604… 12. Iker Larranaga (Husqvarna) 35:13.286… 18. Anthony Bourdon (Husqvarna) 16 laps, 34:45.466… 21. Enzo Toriani (Husqvarna) 35:22.179

Championship Standings – After Round 10

MXGP
1. Jeffrey Herlings (KTM) 486pts; 2. Antonio Cairoli (KTM) 424; 3. Clement Desalle (Kawasaki) 351… 5. Gautier Paulin (Husqvarna) 296… 14. Max Anstie (Husqvarna) 122... 20. Tanel Leok (Husqvarna) 57… 27. Harri Kullas (Husqvarna) 15; 28. Ander Valentin (Husqvarna) 8

MX2
1. Pauls Jonass (KTM) 434pts; 2. Jorge Prado (KTM) 418; 3. Thomas Kjer-Olsen (Husqvarna) 328… 8. Thomas Covington (Husqvarna) 211; 9. Henry Jacobi (Husqvarna) 187… 12. Iker Larranaga (Husqvarna) 164… 19. Brent Van Doninck (Husqvarna) 77… 37. Dylan Walsh (Husqvarna) 6… 41. Anthony Bourdon (Husqvarna) 3; 42. Andrea Zanotti (Husqvarna) 2

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