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Yamaha's Monday Wake-up Call

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FACTS NIGHT of the JUMPs
8th Contest FIM Freestyle MX World Championships
Riga, 27th October 2007

Libor Podmol finished second overall and also scored the highest jump of the night.
Photo courtesy of IFMXF.com

Results Qualification

1. André Villa   NOR NMF  Suzuki  277 Points
2. Ailo Gaup   NOR NMF  Honda  268 Points
3. Sebastian Wolter  GER DMSB  Suzuki  243 Points
4. Fabian Bauersachs GER DMSB  Kawasaki 240 Points
5. Libor Podmol  CZE ACCR  Suzuki  239 Points
6. Lukas Weis   GER DMSB  Suzuki  234 Points
7. Fredrik Johansson  SWE SVEMO Suzuki  226 Points
8. Nick Franklin  NZL MNZ  KTM  225 Points
9. Massimo Bianconcini ITA DMSB  Honda  210 Points
10. Oystein Kjorstad  NOR NMF  KTM  215 Points
11. Jussi Seljas  FIN SML  Honda  193 Points
12. Martin Koren  CZE ACCR  KTM  172 Points

Fabian Bauersachs executes a tsunami on his way to a third-place overall.
Photo courtesy of IFMXF.com

Results Whip Contest

1. Lukas Weis   GER DMSB  Suzuki
2. André Villa   NOR NMF  Suzuki
3. Sebastian Wolter  GER DMSB  Suzuki
4. Massimo Bianconcini ITA DMSB  Honda
4. Martin Koren  CZE ACCR  KTM
4. Nick Franklin  NZL MNZ  KTM

Results Highest-Air-Contest
1. Libor Podmol  CZE  7,70 Meter (1st attempt)
2. Florian Menge  GER  7,70 Meter (2nd attempt)
3. Lukas Weis   GER  7,30 Meter (1st attempt)

André Villa was the Superman of the evening.
Photo courtesy of IFMXF.com

Final Results

1. André Villa   NOR NMF  Suzuki  331 Points
2. Libor Podmol  CZE ACCR  Suzuki  307 Points
3. Fabian Bauersachs GER DMSB  Kawasaki 287 Points
4. Sebastian Wolter  GER DMSB  Suzuki  281 Points
5. Lukas Weis   GER DMSB  Suzuki  273 Points
6. Ailo Gaup   NOR NMF  Honda  224 Points

The riders celebrate atop the podium.
Photo courtesy of IFMXF.com

FIM Freestyle MX World Championships
Final Ranking (after 8 contests)

1. Ailo Gaup   NOR NMF  Honda  143 Points
2. Libor Podmol  CZE ACCR  Suzuki  122 Points
3. Remi Bizouard  FRA FFM  Yamaha 115 Points
4. Fabian Bauersachs GER DMSB  Kawasaki 91 Points
5. Lukas Weis   GER DMSB  Suzuki  76 Points
6. Romain Izzo  FRA FFM  Honda  76 Points
7. Fredrik Johansson  SWE SVEMO Suzuki  71 Points
8. Oystein Kjorstad  NOR NMF  KTM  67 Points
9. Mat Rebeaud  SUI FMS  KTM  58 Points
10. Sebastian Wolter  GER DMSB  Suzuki  43 Points
11. Mike Mason  USA DMSB  Honda  38 Points
12. Brice Izzo   FRA FFM  Yamaha 34 Points
13. Jimmy Verburgh  BEL DMSB  KTM  33 Points
14. Bart Oglaza  POL PZM  Suzuki  28 Points
15. Freddy Peters  GER DMSB  Yamaha 21 Points
16. Adam Jones  USA DMSB  Honda  21 Points
17. André Villa  NOR NMF  Suzuki  20 Points
18. Kevin Burcklen  FRA FFM  Suzuki  16 Points
19. Massimo Bianconcini ITA DMSB  Honda  15 Points
20. Martin Koren  CZE ACCR  Kawasaki 14 Points


Dutch Open
Francorchamps, Belgium
October 28, 2007

1st Moto
1 Eddy Seel  Belgie  Suzuki  Team Rigo Suzuki
2 Marcel van Drunen Eindhoven Yamaha Yamaha Maxxis Team
3 Kevin Villerooye  Belgie  Suzuki  Seel Racing
4 Mikkel Caprani  Denemarken  Aprilia  Team Aprilia Denmark
5 Theo Bouchee Geldrop KTM -
6 Remy van Rees Alphen ad R. KTM Vos Racing Team
7 Ruurd van Roozendaal Steggerda Honda Team Van Roozendaal
8 Luc Smeesters  Belgie  Suzuki  -
9 Andreas Mikkelsen  Denemarken  KTM  MX Shop Racing Team
10  Matthew Pope  Engeland  KTM  Pope Racing

2nd Moto
1 Eddy Seel  Belgie  Suzuki  Team Rigo Suzuki
2 Marc Fraikin  Belgie  KTM  Lucky Time Racing
3 Kevin Villerooye  Belgie  Suzuki  Seel Racing
4 Mikkel Caprani  Denemarken  Aprilia  Team Aprilia Denmark
5 Marcel van Drunen Eindhoven Yamaha Yamaha Maxxis Team
6 Theo Bouchee Geldrop KTM -
7 Remy van Rees Alphen ad R. KTM Vos Racing Team
8 Ruurd v. Roozendaal Steggerda Honda Team Van Roozendaal
9 Andreas Mikkelsen  Denemarken  KTM  MX Shop Racing Team
10 Mario America  Belgie  Husqvarna  Bike Service Hoepertingen

Podium #10 at Spa-Francorchamps:
1 Eddy Seel  Belgie  Suzuki  Team Rigo Suzuki  100
2 Kevin Villerooye  Belgie  Suzuki  Seel Racing  82
3 Marcel van Drunen Eindhoven Yamaha Yamaha Maxxis Team 81

Dutch Open Supermoto Championship after 10 of 11 rounds:
1 Marcel van Drunen Eindhoven Yamaha Yamaha Maxxis Team 827
2 Remy van Rees Alphen ad R. KTM Vos Racing Team 785
3 Theodoor Bouchee Geldrop KTM - 684
4 Ruurd van Roozendaal Steggerda Honda - 607
5 Mario America  Belgie  Husqvarna  Bike Service Hoepertingen  582


International Oceania MX
Barrabool, AUs
October 28, 2007

Overall results: Pro Open class
1. Josh Coppins
2. Daryl Hurley
3. Ryan Hughs
4. Craig Anderson
5. Daniel Mc Coy


After a tough battle with Charlie Mullins early in the race, Knighter pulled away for his 7th win of the season.
Hooper photo

Klotz Ironman GNCC

Crawfordsville, Indiana
October 28, 2007

XC1 Pro
1. David Knight (KTM)
2. Charlie Mullins (Yam)
3. Paul Whibley (Hon)
4. Garrett Edmisten (Kaw)
5. Dustin Gibson (KTM)

Thad Duvall made an awesome come-from-behind charge to take the XC2 win.
Hooper photo
XC2 Lites
1. Thad Duvall (Yam)
2. Scott Watkins (Kaw)
3. Justin Williamson (KTM)
4. Wallace Palmer (Kaw)
5. Ben Kearney (KTM)

Final GNCC Point Standings

Overall
1 David Knight 282
2. Barry Hawk 231
3. Charles Mullins 221
4. Jimmy Jarrett 199
5. Garrett Edmisten 197

XC2 Lites
1. Justin Williamson 205
2. Scott Watkins 192
3. Rodney Smith 189
4. Josh Weisenfels 181
5. Thad DuVall 180







Justin Williamson is the first-ever GNCC XC2 Lites class champion
Hooper photo
David Knight clinched the 2007 GNCC Championship with a win, and was joined on the podium by Charlie Mullins and Paul Whibley.
Hooper photo

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