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Monster Energy Supercross

450SX Point Standings  
1. Ryan Villopoto 318pts Kaw
2. James Stewart 270pts Suz
3. Ryan Dungey 267pts KTM
4. Ken Roczen 249pts KTM
5. Justin Barcia 214pts Hon
6. Justin Brayton 196pts Yam
7. Andrew Short 194pts KTM
8. Broc Tickle 126pts Suz  
9. Josh Hill 124pts Suz  
10. Wil Hahn 122pts Hon  
11. Chad Reed 111pts Hon
12. Weston Peick 108pts Suz
13. Mike Alessi 105pts Suz
14. Nick Wey 94pts Kaw  
15. Eli Tomac 93pts Hon  
16. Josh Grant 79pts Yam 
17. Matt Goerke 75pts KTM
18. Ivan Tedesco 63pts KTM
19. Chris Blose 60pts Hon  
20. Jake Weimer 50pts Kaw
     
250SX West Region Point Standings
1. Jason Anderson 178pts KTM
2. Cole Seely 170pts Hon  
3. Justin Hill 139pts Kaw  
4. Dean Wilson 138pts Kaw
5. Cooper Webb 121pts Yam
6. Malcolm Stewart 121pts Hon
7. Jessy Nelson 103pts Hon
8. Zach Osborne 100pts Hon
9. Shane McElrath 96pts Hon
10. Jake Canada 72pts Hon
11. Michael Leib 69pts Hon
12. Dakota Tedder 68pts Kaw
13. Dean Ferris 63pts KTM
14. Scott Champion 61pts Yam
15. Preston Mull 29pts Yam
16. Valentin Teillet 28pts Kaw
17. Topher Ingalls 25pts Hon
18. Cole Martinez 24pts Kaw
19. Zack Freeberg 24pts Yam
20. Darryn Durham 21pts Kaw 
     
250SX East Region Point Standings
1. Martin Davalos 149pts Kaw
2. Justin Bogle 141pts Hon
3. Adam Cianciarulo 120pts Kaw
4. Blake Baggett 120pts Kaw
5. Vince Friese 100pts Hon
6. Kyle Cunningham 94pts Hon
7. Cole Thompson 89pts KTM
8. Jimmy Decotis 78pts Hon
9. Matt Lemoine 74pts Kaw
10. Alex Martin 72pts Yam
11. Matt Bisceglia 60pts Hon
12. AJ Catanzaro 59pts Hon
13. Blake Wharton 51pts Hon
14. Jeremy Martin 49pts Yam
15. Mitchell Oldenburg 43pts Hon
16. Kyle Peters 40pts Hon  
17. Jackson Richardson 36pts Hon
18. Jesse Wentland 34pts Hon
19. Gannon Audette 25pts Kaw
20. Levi Kilbarger 21pts Hon
Ryan Villopoto can capture the championship this weekend.  Photo: Simon Cudby
Ryan Villopoto can capture the championship this weekend.  Photo: Simon Cudby

FIM World Motocross Championship
Round 5 - Sevlievo, Bulgaria

MXGP Overall  
1. Antonio Cairoli 22-25 KTM
2. Gautier Paulin 25-18 Kaw
3. Jeremy Van Horebeek 18-22 Yam
4. Clement Desalle 16-20 Suz
5. Kevin Strijbos 20-16 Suz
6. Tyla Rattray 13-15 Hus  
7. Xavier Boog 15-10 Hon  
8. Shaun Simpson 9-14 KTM
9. Max Nagl 11-11 Hon  
10. Rui Goncalves 8-12 Yam
11. David Philippaerts 10-9 Yam
12. Todd Waters 5-13 Hus
13. Evgeny Bobryshev 14-0 Hon
14. Steven Frossard 12-0 Kaw
15. Tanel Leok 3-8 TMM  
     
MX2 Overall    
1. Jeffrey Herlings 25-25 KTM
2. Arnaud Tonus 22-22 Kaw
3. Jordi Tixier 20-20 KTM  
4. Dylan Ferrandis 18-18 Kaw
5. Romain Febvre 18-18 Hus
6. Petar Petrov 13-15 Yam
7. Glenn Coldenhoff 14-14 Suz
8. Tim Gajser 15-13 Hon  
9. Aleksandr Tonkov 11-12 Hus
10. Jeremy Seewer 12-11 Suz
11. Ivo Monticelli 9-10 KTM
12. Harri Kullas 7-8 KTM  
13. Max Anstie 8-6 Yam  
14. Julien Lieber 10-3 Suz  
15. Valentin Guillod 3-9 KTM
   
16. Thomas Covington 5-7 Kaw
Antonio Cairoli extended his points lead over the weekend. Photo: MXGP
Antonio Cairoli extended his points lead over the weekend. Photo: MXGP
MXGP Point Standings  
1. Antonio Cairoli 222pts KTM
2. Clement Desalle 194pts Suz
3. Jeremy Van Horebeek 194pts Yam
4. Gautier Paulin 180pts Kaw
5. Max Nagl 166pts Hon  
6. Kevin Strijbos 145pts Suz
7. Todd Waters 107pts Hus
8. Xavier Boog 96pts Hon  
9. Evgeny Bobryshev 95pts Hon
10. Shaun Simpson 95pts KTM
     
     
MX2 Point Standings  
1. Arnaud Tonus 198pts Kaw
2. Jeffrey Herlings 194pts KTM
3. Glenn Coldenhoff 176pts Suz
4. Romain Febvre 158pts Hus
5. Dylan Ferrandis 154pts Kaw
6. Jordi Tixier 147pts KTM
7. Aleksandr Tonkov 130pts Hus
8. Tim Gajser 121pts Hon  
9. Valentin Guillod 107pts KTM
10. Jose Butron 105pts KTM
Jeffrey Herlings closed the gap in MX2. Photo: MXGP
Jeffrey Herlings closed the gap in MX2. Photo: MXGP

AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series presented by Maxxis

Overall National Championship Standings        
1. Kailub Russell 97pts KTM          
2. Charlie Mullins 95pts KTM          
3. Josh Strang 79pts Yam            
4. Jordan Ashburn 65pts Yam          
5. Paul Whibley 59pts Yam          
6. Steward Baylor Jr. 57pts KTM          
7. Grant Baylor 52pts KTM          
8. Andrew Delong 48pts Hsq          
9. Ricky Russell 44pts Yam          
10. Trevor Bollinger 44pts Hon          
               
*Indicates that the Overall National Championship Standings will determine the 2014 National Champion.
               
XC2 Pro Lites Point Standings          
1. Grant Baylor 96pts KTM          
2. Ricky Russell 93pts Yam          
3. Trevor Bollinger 90pts Hon          
4. Shane Hufford Jr 65pts KTM          
6. Callan May 56pts Yam            
7. Layne Michael 51pts Hon          
8. Samuel Evans 45pts KTM          
9. Chris Douglas 36pts KTM          
10. Jessie Groemm 31pts KTM          
               
WXC Point Standings            
1. Kacy Martinez 79pts KTM          
2. Becca Sheets 70pts Yam          
3. Mandi Mastin 65pts KTM          
4. Jessica Patterson 56pts Yam          
5. Sarah Baldwin 48pts KTM          
Kailub Russell holds a two point lead in GNCC.Photo: Ken Hill
Kailub Russell holds a two point lead in GNCC.Photo: Ken Hill

Monster Energy MX Nationals (Australia)

MX1 Point Standings  
1. Matt Moss 173pts  
2. Kirk Gibbs 153pts  
3. Adam Monea 140pts  
4. Jake Moss 139pts  
5. Billy Mackenzie 125pts  
6. Kade Mosig 120pts  
7. Rhys Carter 120pts  
8. Jay Marmont 115pts  
9. Hayden Mellross 114pts
10. Jacob Wright 105pts  
     
MX2 Point Standings  
1. Luke Clout 146pts  
2. Hamish Harwood 132pts
3. Brenden Harrison 130pts
4. Kayne Lamont 127pts  
5. Kale Makeham 121pts  
6. Ryan Marmont 115pts  
7. Wade Hunter 114pts  
8. Jay Wilson 104pts  
9. Nick Scott 97pts  
10. Daniel McCoy 91pts  
Matt Moss holds a 20 points lead in MX1.  Photo: Jeff Crowe / MotoOnline.com.au
Matt Moss holds a 20 points lead in MX1.  Photo: Jeff Crowe / MotoOnline.com.au

Mtn. Dew ATV Motocross National Championship

AMA Pro ATV Championship Standings    
1. Chad Wienen, Galena, Ill., Yamaha, 94  
2. John Natalie, Warriors Mark, Pa., Honda, 88  
3. Joel Hetrick, Seneca, Pa., Can-Am, 76  
4. Josh Upperman, Louisville, Ohio, Honda, 69  
5. Jeffrey Rastrelli, Palm City, Fla., Can-Am, 61  
6. Thomas Brown, Sanger, Texas, Yamaha, 60  
7. Josh Creamer, North Stonington, Conn., Can-Am, 59
8. Ronnie Higgerson, Cutler, Ill., Can-Am, 43  
9. Casey Martin, Frenchburg, Ky., Honda, 43  
10. Brett Musick, Verdunville, W. Va., Honda, 39  

 

Womens Motocross Championship

WMX Point Standings  
1. Mackenzie Tricker 147pts
2. Marissa Markelon 104pts
3. Shelby Rolen 85pts   
4. Taylor Higgins 80pts  
5. Kylie Fasnacht 74pts  
6. Amanda Brown 62pts  
7. Brandy Richards 55pts  
8. Amber Felicio 53pts  
9. Glad Limbaugh 53pts  
10. Eden Netelkos 43pts  

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