Wake-Up Call

Wake-Up Call

September 14, 2015 7:00am

FIM World Motocross Championship

Round 17 - Leon, Mexico

MXGP Overall
1. Romain Febvre 25-25 Yam
2. Shaun Simpson 22-22 KTM
3. Evgeny Bobryshev 20-20 Hon
4. Jeremy Van Horebeek 14-18 Yam
5. Glenn Coldenhoff 16-16 Suz
6. Gautier Paulin 18-12 Hon
7. Max Nagl 13-15 Hus
8. Dean Ferris 15-11 Hus
9. Tyla Rattray 11-14 Kaw
10. Jose Butron 12-13 KTM
11. Todd Waters 10-10 Hus
12. Adam Sterry 9-9 KTM
13. Kei Yamamoto 8-8 Hon
14. Andres Benenaula 7-7 Hon
15. Alexis Garza 6-6 Kaw
16. Eduardo Andrade 5-4 Yam
17. Romero Justiniano 2-5 Suz
18. Dovovan Garcia 4-3 Suz
19. Eduardo Martinez 3-2 Suz
MX2 Overall
1. Thomas Covington 18-25 Kaw
2. Tim Gajser 16-22 Hon
3. Benoit Paturel 20-16 Yam
4. Pauls Jonass 25-8 KTM
5. Max Anstie 22-10 Kaw
6. Valentin Guillod 11-18 Yam
7. Calvin Viaanderen 14-15 KTM
8. Harri Kullas 15-13 Hus
9. Julien Lieber 7-20 Yam
10. Jeremy Seewer 13-14 Suz
11. Samuele Bernardini 8-11 TM
12. Brian Bogers 10-9 KTM
13. Ivo Monticelli 6-12 KTM
14. Brent Van doninck 12-5 Yam
15. Nahuel Kriger 9-7 Yam
16. Alejandro Rugerio 4-6 Yam
17. Brian Hsu 5-0 Suz
18. Petar Petrov 3-0 Kaw
MXGP Series Standings
1. Romain Febvre 688pts Yam
2. Gautier Paulin 566pts Hon
3. Evgeny Bobryshev 539pts Hon
4. Shaun Simpson 481pts KTM
5. Max Nagl 442pts Hus
6. Jeremy Van Horebeek 426pts Yam
7. Antonio Cairoli 416pts KTM
8. Glenn Coldenhoff 393pts Suz
9. Todd Waters 344pts Hus
10. Clement Desalle 331pts Suz
11. Kevin Strijbos 287pts Suz
12. Dean Ferris 284pts Hus
13. Tyla Rattray 263pts Kaw
14. Jose Butron 217pts KTM
15. David Philippaerts 185pts Yam
16. Christophe Charlier 183pts Hon
17. Ken de Dycker 155pts KTM
18. Steven Frossard 128pts Kaw
19. Davide Guarneri 126pts TM
20. Ryan Villopoto 124pts Kaw
MX2 Series Standings
1. Tim Gajser 556pts Hon
2. Pauls Jonass 538pts KTM
3. Max Anstie 506pts Kaw
4. Valentin Guillod 475pts Yam
5. Jeremy Seewer 467pts Suz
6. Jeffrey Herlings 423pts KTM
7. Julien Lieber 418pts Yam
8. Jordi Tixier 393pts Kaw
9. Benoit Paturel 356pts Yam
10. Petar Petrov 304pts Kaw
11. Brian Bogers 298pts KTM
12. Thomas Covington 272pts Kaw
13. Brent Van doninck 265pts Yam
14. Aleksandr Tonkov 256pts Hus
15. Dylan Ferrandis 205pts Kaw
16. Ivo Monticelli 182pts KTM
17. Roberts Justs 181pts KTM
18. Vsevolod Brylyakov 170pts Hon
19. Harri Kullas 153pts Hus
20. Jens Getteman 129pts Hon
Romain Febvre continues his winning ways in the MXGP class.
Romain Febvre continues his winning ways in the MXGP class. MXGP
Covington won his first career MX2 overall. It's the first time an American has won a GP since Zach Osborne in 2009.
Covington won his first career MX2 overall. It's the first time an American has won a GP since Zach Osborne in 2009. MXGP

FIM International Six Days Enduro

Kosice, Slovakia

World Trophy Team Overall 
1. France 21:08:30.76
2. Australia 21:09:31.14
3. Spain 21:18:57.52
4. Italy 21:22:05.17
5. Great Britain 21:31:14.14
6. Finland 21:49:13.25
7. Germany 22.01:46.71
8. Czech Republic 22:03:19.92
9. Sweden 22:23:17.01
10. Slovakia 22:29:14.26
Individual Overall
1. Ryan Sipes United States of America Hus
2. Daniel Milner Australia Yam
3. Loic Larrieu France Sherco
4. Taylor Robert United States of America KTM
5. Matthew Phillips Australia KTM
6. Jaume Betriu Spain Hus
7. David Knight Great Britain KTM
8. Grant Baylor United States of America Yam
9. Beau Ralston Australia Yam
10. Tye Simmonds Australia KTM
Junior Trophy Overall
1. Australia 12:56:33.09
2. Sweden 13:11:59.93
3. Italy 13:23:17.17
4. France 13:24:24.41
5. Great Britain 13:26:33.72
6. Finland 13:27:52.57
7. Mexico 13:44:14.55
8. Czech Republic 13:54:51.53
9. Slovakia 14:01:18.07
10. Austria 14:08:47.69
Women Trophy Overall
1. Australia 10:15:02.65​
2. France 11:10:56.38​
3. Sweden 11:30:23.63​
4. Finland 11:39:14.13​
5. United States 11:41:37.80​
6. Slovakia 36:00:00.00​

Vet Motocross of Nations

Farleigh Castle - United Kingdom

Individual Overall
1. John Dowd 1-1-1-1 4pts
2. Josh Coppins 2-2-3-3 10pts
3. Brian Wheeler 10-4-2-2 18pts
4. Johan Boonen 4-6-4-4 18pts
5. Jean Michael Bayle 3-3-8-15 29pts
6. Phil Mercer 7-8-13-7 35pts
7. Tom Church 21-10-6-5 42pts
8. Gordan Crockard 9-16-12-8 45pts
9. Tom Vanloon 8-14-16-10 48pts
10. Andy Watkins 12-12-14-13 51pts

AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series presented by Maxxis

Overall Top 15 National Championship Standings
1. Kailub Russell 265pts KTM
2. Grant Baylor 161pts Yam
3. Thad Duvall 145pts Hus
4. Chris Bach 144pts Hon
5. Ryan Sipes 122pts Hus
6. Josh Strang 118pts Husa
7. Jordan Ashburn 110pts Yam
8. Jason Thomas 103pts KTM
9. Ricky Russell 79pts Yam
10. Craig Delong 75pts Hus
11. Trevor Bollinger 73pts KTM
12. Steward Baylor Jr. 69pts KTM
13. Layne Michael 67pts Hon
14. Andrew Delong 60pts Hus
15. Nick Davis 56pts Hu
XC2 Pro Lites Series Standings
1. Jason Thomas 222pts KTM
2. Ricky Russell 158pts Yam
3. Craig Delong 155pts Hus
4. Trevor Bollinger 143pts KTM
5. Layne Michael 142pts Hon
6. Nick Davis 125pts Hus
7. Cory Buttrick 122pts Beta
8. Tegan Temple 113pts KTM
9. Austin Lee 95pts Yam
10. Callan May 87pts Yam
11. Jesse Groemm 74pts Beta
12. RMichael Witkowski 73pts KTM
13. Ryan Lojak 70pts Yam
14. Philippe Chaine 70pts KTM
15. Samuel Evans 64pts KTM
WXC Series Standings
1. Kacy Martinez 179pts KTM
2. Becca Sheets 160pts Yam
3. Rachel Gutish 145pts KTM
4. Jessica Patterson 138pts Yam
5. Brooke Cosner 127pts Hus

 

ATV

Overall Top 10 National Championship Standings
1. Adam McGill 214pts Hon
2. Walker Fowler 205pts Yam
3. Jarrod McClure 167pts Hon
4. Brycen Neal 142pts Yam
5. Chris Borich 140pts Yam
6. Chris Bithell 129pts Suz
7 Cole Richardson 120pts Yam
8. Brian Wolf 110pts Hon
9. Jay Shadron 102pts Yam
10. Johnny Gallagher 88pts Yam
XC2 Series Standings
1. Cole Richardson 233pts Yam
2. Cody Collier 196pts Yam
3. Martin Christofferson 187pts Hon
4. Randy Hamilton 160pts Hon
5. Blake Tornes 123pts Yam
6. Thomas Koontz Jr. 96pts Yam
7. Michael Lancaster 95pts Hon
8. Bryson Hoppes 95pts Yam
9. James Green 92pts Hon
10. Jonathan Fugate 84pts Hon
The GNCC series makes its return next weekend.
The GNCC series makes its return next weekend. Ken Hill

GEICO Endurocross

Pro Series Standings
1. Colton Haaker 90pts Hus
2. Cody Webb 90pts KTM
3. Mike Brown 80pts Hus
4. Cory Graffunder 64pts KTM
5. Kyle Redmond 60pts KTM
6. Max Gerston 59pts Beta
7. Ty Tremaine 54pts KTM
8. Nick Thompson 51pts KTM
9. Geoff Aaron 48pts Gas
10. Kevin Rookstool 47pts Suz
Geico Endurocross returns to action in two weeks.
Geico Endurocross returns to action in two weeks. Drew Ruiz

2015 Champions

Ryan Dungey Monster Energy Supercross 450
Cooper Webb  Monster Energy Supercross - West Region 250
Marvin Musquin Monster Energy Supercross - East Region 250
Ryan Dungey Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship 450
Jeremy Martin Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship 250
Romain Febvre FIM World Motocross Championship MXGP
TBA FIM World Motocross Championship MX2
Kyle Regal Amsoil Arenacross Arenacross Class
Daniel Blair Amsoil Arenacross Lites West
Dave Ginolfi Amsoil Arenacross Lites East
Kirk Gibbs Australian Motocross MX1
Jay Wilson Australian Motocross MX2
Jeremy Van Horebeek Belgium Motocross MX1
Brent Van Doninck Belgium Motocross MX2
Matt Goerke Rockstar Canadian Motocross MX1
Kaven Benoit Rockstar Canadian Motocross MX2
Shaun Simpson Maxxis British Motocross MX1
Glenn Coldenhoff ADAC MX Masters (Germany)  MX Masters Class
Brian Hsu ADAC MX Masters (Germany) Younger Cup
Jesper Jonsson Swedish Motocross MX1
Chad Wienen Mountain Dew ATV Pro Motocross Championship Pro Class
Kylie Fasnacht Women's Motocross WMX Class
TBA Geico Endurocross Pro Class
TBA Grand National Cross Country Championship XC1