2022 Motocross of Nations Outcomes

September 25, 2022

Ryan Nitzen | September 25, 2022

It’s a packed home right here at Pink Bud for the 2022 Motocross of Nations. Followers got here out in droves to assist Crew USA and the riders are feeling the vibes, American or not. We’re on the bottom to carry you all of the motion from the weekend. Be sure you scroll by means of this web page to catch all of the motion


Race One – MXGP & MX2

The primary race of the day put the MXGP and the MX2 riders on observe collectively. Monitor situations have been deep however nonetheless rideable as virtually all of the rivals nonetheless cleared each impediment. Jago Geerts was credited with the holeshot by about half a motorcycle size however was rapidly overtaken by Eli Tomac going into flip two.

Tomac proceeded to guide each lap of the race regardless of constant strain from Geerts. The 2 Yamaha riders yo-yo’d backwards and forwards however just a few errors from Geerts late within the race allowed Tomac to inch away. The American started leaping Larocco’s leap late within the race and mentioned that helped him keep up entrance. Geerts held on and was a detailed second. France’s Maxime Renaux stayed constant all race and completed third.

The MX2 riders had their work lower out because the deep situations robbed the bike’s of energy. Hunter Lawrence completed eighth and was the highest 250 rider within the discipline. Justin Cooper was only one spot again in ninth and Kay De Wolf was tenth. These have been the highest MX2 riders, going 8,9,10 within the race.

Tomac’s first and Cooper’s ninth places USA in entrance with 10 factors. Australians are second with 13 factors from Mitch Evans and Hunter Lawrence finshing fifth and eighth respectively. Belgium is third with 14 factors from Geerts’s second and Liam Everts’s twelfth.

Outcomes – Race 1 – MXGP & MX2 (Prime 10)

1. Eli Tomac (Yam) USA
2.  Jago Geerts (Yam) BEL
3. Maxime Renaux (Yam) FRA
4. Jeremy Seewer (Yam) SUI
5. Mitch Evans (Hon) AUS
6. Jorge Prado (GG) ESP
7. Antonio Cairoli (KTM) ITA
8. Hunter Lawrence (Hon) AUS
9. Justin Cooper (Yam) USA
10. Kay De Wolf (HUS) NED
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Race 2 – MX2 & OPEN

Racers from MX2 and the Open divisions took to the observe for moto two. This put Justin Cooper and Chase Sexton on the road as rain started to fall simply earlier than the gate dropped.

Italy’s Mattia Guadanini took the holeshot over Sexton and Jett Lawrence. Justin Cooper crossed fourth, making him the primary MX2 rider. As Guadanini led, Cooper and Hunter Lawrence tangled on lap one which put Lawrence on the bottom whereas Cooper stayed up.

Mattia Guadanini grabbed the beginning in race two. Photograph: Brown Canine Wilson

Sexton continued to strain Guadanini and managed to make a go within the Monza flip. He led all the best way to Larocco’s  Leap, when  Guadanini hit the triple and Sexton doubled. This put Guadanini again within the lead with Jett Lawrence now in closing territory.

Jett slipped from third to first in a single lap and by no means regarded again. He handed Guadanini in the identical Monza flip and checked out to an 11 second lead. That is Jett’s first race on the 450 and greatest case state of affairs for him. Chase Sexton obtained a go achieved on Guadanini late within the race to safe second.

Jett Lawrence took the win in race two, his first on a 450. Photograph: Brown Canine Wilson

Justin Cooper held on for fourth within the moto, making him the highest 250 rider within the discipline. A second and a fourth for Crew USA retains them within the runnings for the highest nation.

We will’t point out race two with out speaking about Dylan Ferrandis. The French rider fell within the first flip however labored his approach to sixth on the end. Ferrandis set the quickest time of the race coming by means of visitors and even fell on the final lap. Nonetheless, a valiant effort from the number-15.

After two races USA nonetheless leads over Australia and France.

Outcomes – Race 2 – MX2 & Open (Prime 10)

1. Jett Lawrence (Hon) AUS
2.  Chase Sexton (Hon) USA
3. Mattia Guadanini (GG) ITA
4. Justin Cooper (Yam) USA
5. Ruben Fernandez (Hon) ESP
6. Dylan Ferrandis (Yam) FRA
7. Calvin Vlaanderen (Yam) NED
8. Harri Kullas (Yam) EST
9. Marvin Musquin (KTM) FRA
10. Hunter Lawrence (Hon) AUS

Race 3 – MXGP and OPEN

Race three noticed all of the heavy hitters come collectively for the ultimate moto of the day. That is the race that decides all of it because the MXGP and Open class racers take to the observe.

The 2 French riders, Dylan Ferrandis and Maxime Renaux, took off with the early lead over Chase Sexton. Beligan rider Jago Geerts fell in flip one which compelled Eli Tomac again to twelfth place.

Ferrandis and Renaux seemed to be taking off and making up for misplaced factors. They led about half the race till Ferrandis fell after the triple step up and handed the result in Renaux. Sexton stayed shut however was already in rivalry for the general workforce win and didn’t need to throw that away.

A 3rd within the remaining moto was ok for Sexton. Photograph: Brown Canine Wilson

With Sexton taking part in it secure, Jett Lawrence struck fast and made the go for second. His lap instances have been about two seconds sooner than the 2 leaders and he closed up on Renaux quickly after. It regarded like he would make the go, however Renaux held robust and stayed up entrance for the win.

Tomac was the opposite American but in addition performed it comparatively secure within the remaining moto. After a poor begin he labored his means as much as sixth.

With their finishes within the remaining race, Maxime Renaux and Jett Lawrence earned their respective general victories within the MXGP and Open classes. Justin Cooper was the day’s high general MX2 rider.

Remaining outcomes put the USA on high, Australia second, and France third.

Crew USA wins the seventy fifth working of the Motocross Of Nations. Photograph: Brown Canine Wilson

Outcomes – Race 3 – MXGP & Open (Prime 10)

1. Maxime Renaux (Yam) FRA
2.  Jett Lawrence (Hon) AUS
3. Chase Sexton (Hon) USA
4. Dylan Ferrandis (Yam) FRA
5. Jeremy Seewer (Yam) SUI
6. Eli Tomac (Yam) USA
7. Jorge Prado (GG) ESP
8. Ruben Fernandez (Hon) ESP
9. Antonio Cairoli (KTM) ITA
10. Dylan Wright (Hon) CAN
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Free Observe – Spotlight Video

Qualifying Race 1 – MXGP

Jago Geerts bumped as much as a 450 this weekend and swept the sphere within the opening moto of the day. The Belgian led virtually the entire race and held off a charging Eli Tomac on the finish. Not unhealthy for a 450 first timer.

MXGP racers on the road for race one. Images: Ryan Nitzen

Tomac obtained off to a high 10 begin however had his work lower out for him because the others began a niche early on. One after the other he picked by means of the sphere and made a daring go late within the race to safe second. The go got here when Jeremy Seewer of Switzerland missed Larocco’s Leap. Tomac hit it and handed Seewer on the touchdown. Seewer got here dwelling third.

Tomac clawed again to second whereas Jago Geerts took the win.
1. Jago Geerts (Yam) BEL
2.  Eli Tomac (Yam) USA
3. Jeremy Seewer (Yam) SUI
4. Mitch Evans (Hon) AUS
5. Jorge Prado (GG) ESP

Qualifying Race 2 – MX2

Justin Cooper completely decimated the sphere within the MX2 race. This comes as a shock for some since Cooper was a little bit of a wild card coming into this occasion. He led each lap of the 20+2 moto and logged one other robust end result for Crew USA.

Justin Cooper was on rails within the MX2 qualifying race.

Hunter Lawrence completed second with Marvin Musquin third.

Hunter Lawrence introduced dwelling second.
1. Justin Cooper (Yam) USA
2.  Hunter Lawrence (Hon) AUS
3. Marvin Musquin (KTM) FRA
4. Guillem Farres (Yam) ESP
5. Andrea Adamo (GG) ITA

Qualifying Race 3 – Open

Calvin Vlaanderen grabbed the early lead in race three over Dylan Ferrandis and Chase Sexton. Sexton rapidly made his well past each riders and jumped into the highest spot. He led almost the entire race regardless of strain from Ferrandis. A tip over on the ultimate lap spelled catastrophe for Sexton because it allowed Ferrandis to slide by means of. Jett Lawrence, making his 450 debut, completed third.

Sexton and Ferrandis have been this shut for nearly the complete Open class moto.

2-1-2 finishes gave Crew USA the bottom rating and earn them the win in right now’s qualifying race.

Sexton fell on the ultimate lap which gave Ferrandis the win.
1. Dylan Ferrandis (Yam) FRA
2.  Chase Sexton (Hon) USA
3. Jett Lawrence (Hon) AUS
4. Ruben Fernandez (Hon) ESP
5. Calvin Vlaanderen (Yam) NED

Pics From The Pits

Crew Australia is all on Hondas this yr. Notice the variations between the GP bike of Evans (113) and the Lawrence bikes. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Hunter Lawrence is the Australian MX2 rider. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Extra grip. Additionally notice the hydraulic clutch on the 250. Photograph: Hunter Lawrence
Hunta. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Mitch Evans’ journey. Notice the completely different vents from what we usually see within the states. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
On to the Yamaha pits. The Star Racing rig is housing a bunch of riders together with Calvin Vlaanderen of Crew Netherlands. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Holy seat bump Batman. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Guillem Farres of Spain rode as a fill in rider for Star Racing earlier this yr. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Jeremy Seewer of Switzerland gained just a few MXGP’s this yr. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Eli Tomac’s journey is entrance and heart within the Yamaha pits. Take a look at the flicker graphics from D’COR Visuals. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
One other take a look at the Stars and Stripes on Tomac’s journey. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Virtually everybody together with Tomac is working a scoop tire this morning. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Pink carbon tip on the FMF exhaust. Sure please. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Tomac’s customized Alpinestars. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Dylan Ferrandis of Crew France. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Extra crimson white and blue for France. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
France’s Maxime Renaux can be underneath the Yamaha tent. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
A number of strong rotors are mounted up this weekend in anticipation of rain. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Justin Cooper’s YZ250F has an analogous look to Tomac’s. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Carbon skid plate to cowl the products. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Ruben Fernandez of Crew Spain is pitted underneath the second Honda truck. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Additional lengthy header on Fernandez’s journey. Love the colours on the Yoshimura. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
The opposite facet of Fernandez’s machine. A number of foam packed in there. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Yuki Okura of Japan. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Japanese Honda’s are often filled with trick components however Okura’s is essentially the most inventory wanting of the bunch. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
The crimson white and blue of Chase Sexton. MXGP guidelines enable riders to have two bikes on the prepared. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Machined ignition cowl and crimson cylinder head. Drool. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Custom bar pads and grip covers from Renthal. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Extra goodies on Sexton’s journey. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Throttle Jockey knocked it out of the park on these graphics. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Seat Ideas did this superior seat cowl for Freddie Noren of Crew Sweden. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Fantic is a model we don’t see a lot within the US. It’s mainly a rebranded Yamaha, and sure Crew Norway is racing the 2 stroke within the open class. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Bought air? Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
F&H Kawasaki of Norway’s Kevin Horgmo.. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
HGS Exhaust on Hormo’s KX. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Uncooked cylinder head. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Extra carbon. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Tommy Searle is stateside for Crew Nice Britain. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Euro bikes take advantage of room for sponsors. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
British followers are exhibiting their assist. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Extra GB love with Dean Wilson. That is probably the final race we’ll see Dean on a Husky. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Graphics on Crew Husqvarna are often very refined. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
We’re beginning a petition for obligatory handguards. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Carbon skid plate, FMF header, sharpened pegs and brake tip. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
The place’s RC? This KX125 was posted up underneath the Professional Circuit tent. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
One other look. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Jo Shimoda’s KX250. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
A number of colours and carbon from the PC squad. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
All in for the Crew Japan theme. Good luck Jo san. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Kay De Wolf of Crew Netherlands. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
You recognize what they are saying about huge lugs? Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Jorge Prado of Crew Spain is pitted underneath the standard Troy Lee Designs Fuel Fuel truck. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Take a look at Prado’s bar bend. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
One other take a look at Prado’s journey. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Mattia Guadanini is often an MX2 rider however he’s driving the open class for Crew Italy. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Little particulars. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Manufacturing facility. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Guadinini’s GasGas 450 energy plant. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
MXGP has a latest partnership with Ram vans. Somebody pull some strings for this over right here. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Marvin Musquin is racing a 250 for Crew France. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Delicate digi camo for Musquin. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Polished engine circumstances. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Tony Cairoli is sporting the massive primary. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Italian flag for Tony. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Numero uno. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Crew Canada’s bikes are at all times high notch. That is Dylan Wright’s. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
GasGas colours make it straightforward for Canada. 42 is Tyler Medaglia. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Graphics on Ryder Mcnabb’s MX2 machine. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Anodized engine circumstances are at all times a great look. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Beta has a manufacturing facility workforce within the MXGP collection. That is Belgium’s Jeremy Van Horebeek’s journey. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Blue rims and a Pirelli scoop on the Beta. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Extra air! Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Talking of Beta, that they had their new 450 motocross bike on show within the pits. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
One other take a look at the brand new Beta. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Bonus factors for those who can identify the riders and the yr. Let’s go racing! Photograph: Ryan Nitzen

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