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  • #445833
    sandiegomx
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      1ere manche 125

      he hills are alive with the sound of the screaming Unadilla hill people, about to be joined by the sounds of screaming 125s…the gate drops, and the first holeshot of the day goes to James Stewart, followed by Reed, Sorby and Casey Johnson…Sorby leaps into 2nd place…Reed’s back to 3rd…Kevin Johnson crashed in the first turn and is out…

      Lap 2 – Stewart, Sorby, Reed, then Fonseca, Johnson, Jesseman, Byrne, Buckelew, Danny Smith, Gosselaar, Antunez, Thain…Stewart has about a 5 second lead already…Sorby and Reed running close together…Casey Johnson moves back ahead of Fonseca for 3rd…

      Lap 3 – Stewart, Reed, Sorby, C. Joshnson, Fonseca, Jesseman, Byrne, Smith, Buckelew, Antunez, Gosselaar, Matt Walker, Thain…Stewart is circulating at unbelievable speed, Reed has stretched his advantage over third, which now belongs to Fonseca again, looks like Casey Johnson must have had a problem out there on the course…

      Lap 4 – Stewart continues to stretch his lead, as Reed pulls well clear of his pursuers in his efforts to catch the leader…the best race near the front is between Sorby and Fonseca as they trad lines through the corners…

      Lap 5 – Fonseca and Sorby, Sorby and Fonseca, back and forth, and Jesseman has joined this epic battle for 3rd…Fonseca has the advantage for the moment, but Sorby is trying all kinds of lines, hitting kickers and lines that didn’t exist…Jesseman give Sorby a nudge, Sorby barely holds the advantage, both riders are hammering, but riding clean when they could be taking each other out…

      Lap 6 – Stewart and Reed still well ahead, but this battle for 3rd is carrying that trio a little closer to Reed…after that, it’s Byrne, Danny Smith, Walker, Buckelew, Antunez,Demuth, and Gosselaar…Stewart with a 9-second lead on Reed…lap times are in the 2:15-2:17 range for the leaders…

      Lap 7 – Jesseman is now clear in 3rd, but Casey Johnson leads a knot of riders battling for 4th now, including Johnson, Fonseca, D. Smith, Sorby, and Walker…then its a ways back to Buckelew, Antunes, Demuth, Gosselaar, and Townley…

      Lap 8 – James Stewart has a nearly 11 second lead, as the Kawasaki rider kicks it up a notch, running 2 seconds faster this last lap than the Aussie…Jesseman’s beginning to catch Reed, and may be within passing range in a couple laps…Johnson, Fonseca, and Smith pretty much equidistant, then there’s a good dice between Pro Circuit teamsters Sorby and Walker…Reed’s picking it up somewhat, running a faster lap than Stewart this time and keeping him in sight…

      Lap 9 – only about a 2-second gap now from Stewart back to Reed, and the race for the lead is about to happen…Stewart pulls it back out again as they emerge from the back section…Reed still showing 2 seconds faster this last lap…after that, Jesseman’s soldiering along in 3rd, then the race for 4th is still very close between Johnson, Fonseca, and Danny SMith…

      Lap 10 – Reed’s showing tremendous speed through the full-throttle sections of the course, and reeling in Stewart in an attempt to get close enough to make something happen…

      Lap 11 – Reed now has Stewart in his sights, cutting another 2 seconds out of the Floridian’s lead, only 4 seconds +/- down, and gaining…Jesseman, Fonseca, Byrne, Danny Smith, Walker, Sorby, Townley, Antunez, Bueckelew, Preston, and Demuth…

      Lap 12 – Reed’s all over Stewart – Stewart must have a problem, totally let Reed by for the lead, without even a fight…Running order is Reed, Stewart, Jesseman, Fonseca, Walker, Byrne, Smith, Sorby, Townley…Kawasaki’s Bruce Stjernstrom is so far not reporting anything wrong with the bike…Stewart steps it back up now, and repasses Reed for the lead…this is one of the strangest motos we’ve seen…

      Lap 13 – Who knows what that was all about, but after Stewart let Reed by, he easily passed him back, and is now 1.6 seconds ahead…if that was a psych-out technique, it was a good one…

      Lap 14 – Stewart is still keeping Reed at bay, and they’re running close enough for it to still be a good race…Jesseman’s still 3rd, not really reeling the leaders in, but solid where he is…then it’s Walker now up to 4th, Fonseca, Smith, Byrne, Sorby, Townley, Antunez, Preston, Demuth, and Ward…

      Lap 15 – the 2 lap sign is shown, Stewart come by with Reed pushing it to try to stay close enough to make a move at the end…Jesseman still 3rd…Stewart looks visibly faster through the areas where Reed was previously gaining on him, may have been studying Reed’s lines for a short time at race speeds earlier…

      Lap 16 – White flag is out, and Stewart is running it hard to fend off any last-lap attack from Reed…they’re into lappers, and Reed is momentarily balked through an S-turn trying to get through…Reed’s clear of them, and takes off, but it doesn’t look like he’ll have enough racetrack remaining to have a shot at Stewart…as they cross the finish line, it’s Stewart, Reed, Jesseman, Walker just nosing out Fonseca, then Smith, Byrne, Sorby, Townley, Preston, Demuth, Ward, and Antunez.

      125 Moto 1 Results (Unofficial): 1. James Stewart (Kaw); 2. Chad Reed (Yam); 3. Branden Jesseman (Suz); 4. Matt Walker (Kaw); 5. Ernesto Fonseca (Hon); 6. Danny Smith (Suz); 7. Michael Byrne (Yam); 8. Eric Sorby (Kaw); 9. Ben Townley (KTM); 10. Travis Preston (Hon); 11. Josh Demuth (Yam); 12. Larry Ward (Yam); 13. Buddy Antunez (Suz); 14. Justin Buckelew (Suz); 15. Damon Huffman (Suz); 16. Chris Gosselaar (Hon); 17. Andrew Short (Suz); 18. Paul Currie (Suz); 19. David Pingree (Hon); 20. Jeff Northrop (Kaw); 21. Travis Elliott (Hon); 22. Troy Adams (Yam); 23. Brock Sellards (KTM); 24. Barry Carsten (Suz); 25. Jeff Gibson (Yam); 26. Steve Mertens (Hus); 27. Shae Bentley (Kaw); 28. Josh Woods (Suz); 29. Randy Valade (Suz); 30. Austin Squires (Suz).

      #1074678
      sandiegomx
      Participant

        1ere manche 250
        The 250cc riders are on their parade lap…there’s a new face on the gate this weekend, as Madison, South Dakota’s Michael Koch made the program and is lining up with the factory stars…
        The 30-second board is up, it goes sideways, the gate drops, the AMA guy sprints out of the way, and the holeshot goes to Mike LaRocco, then Carmichael, and Ferry…Carmichael draws first-lap blood, and moves to the lead, then Ferry and LaRocco pursue…then it’s Tortelli, Coppins, Lusk, Lewis, and Cooper…
        Lap 2 – Ferry keeps the heat on Carmichael, trying to not let him get away as has been RC’s traditional move early in the motos…Carmichael’s lap time on the first lap was 2:13.44…Ferry is wringing his Yamaha out for all it’s worth, LaRocco Tortelli, Coppins, Lusk, are all close, but not enough to effect any passing yet…
        Lap 3 – Carmichael’s even faster, running a 2:12 last lap, after that it’s Ferry, LaRocco, now Coppins passing Tortelli (waging their own mini-MXdN), Lusk, Lewis, Polotts, Cooper, Wey, Voss, Roncada…
        Lap 4 – Carmichael is “only” leading Ferry by 3 seconds, a much closer race this moto than we’ve become accustomed to…LaRocco all alone in 3rd, Coppins has pulled clear of Tortelli, then Lusk, Lewis, Plotts, Cooper, Wey, Roncada, Voss, Reynard, and Clark Stiles…
        Lap 5 – Ferry about 4 seconds down from Carmichael now (into the 2:11s), LaRocco still strong in 3rd, and Coppins is getting pressure from Tortelli with Lusk also close behind…then it’s about 6 seconds back to Lewis, Plotts, Wey, Gooper, Roncada, and Voss all freight-training their way around the Unadilla course…
        Lap 6 – The big surprise so far is that Carmichael is not 20+ seconds ahead, Ferry is hanging tough, still only about 4 seconds down, looking for any opportunity to gain ground…
        Lap 7 – Carmichael, Ferry, LaRocco, Coppins, Tortelli, Lusk, Lewis, Plotts, Wey, Reynard, Roncada, Cooper, Voss, Dowd, Ryan Clark…Carmichael leads by 6.3 seconds…
        Lap 8 – Tortelli has moved past Coppins to assume the 5th-place spot…Carmichael leads Ferry by a still-relatively small 6 seconds…
        Lap 9 – Carmichael, Ferry, LaRocco (still charging), Tortelli, Coppins, Lusk, Lewis, Plotts, Reynard (preparing to pass), Wey, Roncada, Cooper…
        Lap 10 – Carmichael running 2 seconds a lap faster than Ferry, lead is now 8.8 seconds, LaRocco is running the fastest lap last time around, even faster than RC…LaRocco is still about 6 seconds aft of Ferry…
        Lap 11 – Ferry picked it back up, must’ve been signaled by his mechanics to twist it, on the same pace now as leader Carmichael and LaRocco behind…Tortelli is still 4th, then Coppins, Lusk, Reynard up to 7th, then Lewis, Plotts, Wey, Roncada, and Cooper…Reynard has moved from mid-pack up to 7th, but it’s a long way up ahead to Lusk…
        Lap 12 – Carmichael is marching to his 15th consecutive National moto win, not much drama happening behind him as Ferry, LaRocco, and Tortelli are all spread out…Coppins is about 3 seconds back of Tortelli, with Lusk trailing closely…then it’s waay back to Reynard and Lewis…
        Lap 13 – Carmichael leads Ferry by 9 seconds…
        Lap 14 – Carmichael, Ferry, LaRocco, Tortelli, Coppins, Lusk, Reynard, Lewis, Plotts, Wey, Roncada, Voss, Dowd, Ramsey, Clark, Roy, Lamson, Povolny, Crine, Brandes, Stiles, K. Johnson, Riddle, Stratton, Silva, Sandell…
        Lap 15 – The 2-lap card is out, Carmichael leads Ferry by 8 seconds, most of the top riders are very spread out…Voss, Dowd, and Ramsey are running the tightest battle, for 12th…
        Lap 16 – White flag / last lap…Carmichael in control, Ferry firmly 2nd, and LaRocco 3rd…that’s the way they cross at the finish, followed by Tortelli, Coppins, Lusk, Reynard, Lewis, Plotts, Wey, Roncada, Dowd, Voss, Wey, Cooper, Ryan Clark.
        250 Moto 1 Results: (Unofficial): 1. Ricky Carmichael (Hon); 2. Timmy Ferry (Yam); 3. Mike LaRocco (Hon); 4. Sebastien Tortelli (Hon); 5. Josh Coppins (Hon); 6. Ezra Lusk (Kaw); 7. Robbie Reynard (Hon); 8. Kyle Lewis (Hon); 9. Damien Plotts (Hon); 10. Nick Wey (Yam); 11. Stephane Roncada (Kaw); 12. John Dowd (KTM); 13.

        #1074679
        sandiegomx
        Participant

          ke veux tu dire?
          pffffui?

          #1074680
          ktulu
          Participant

            alut , vous avez les result 2eme manche , please .

            c’est quoi le site ou l’on peut suivre en “live”…..

            merci et bonne nuit.

            #1074681
            sandiegomx
            Participant

              2eme manche 125
              Welcome back…the 125 riders are lining up on the gate. 22,686 dedicated motocross fans are lining the scenic Unadilla Valley hillsides, and are eagerly awaiting the start.
              Here they go…the holeshot goes to James Stewart, followed by Jesseman and Fonseca…as they come around, Stewart leads, Jesseman, then Ward, Fonseca, Antunez, Byrne pursue…Sorby, 2nd in the 1st moto is rolling around nearly last…Demuth is done for the day…Stewart, Jesseman, Fonseca start to stretch it out…
              Lap 2 – Stewart is already in overdrive, Jesseman’s trying to keep him in sight, Ward’s riding well in 3rd, Fonseca and Wlker are battling for 4th…after that it’s Byrne, Antunez, and Reed in 8th…Reed moves past Antunez go swoop into 7th…Jesseman looks like he’s moving up on Stewart a bit…
              Lap 3 – Stewart, Jesseman, Ward, Fonseca, Walker, Byrne, Reed, Antunez, Danny Smith, Currie, Elliott, Gosselaar…Jesseman attacks Stewart, pushed him out, and passes for the lead…Stewart grabs the lead back, they’re attacking and countering…great race between these two…Ward is still 3rd, a bit back, and being gained on by Fonseca and Walker…
              Lap 4. Stewart unable to shake loose Jesseman, and the Suzuki rider is hunting for a way back past Bubba…Stewart’s protecting his lines…if they keep slowing each other up, Larry Ward is going to be right there to complicate matters…Stewart still holding off Jesseman as they work their way around, Ward is on the same pace as Jesseman…
              Lap 5 – Things are tightening up, as Walker has passed Ward to move to 3rd, it’s Stewart, Jesseamn, Walker, Ward, Fonseca, Reed, Byrne, Antunez, D. Smith, Elliott, Preston, Gosselaar…Jesseman is absolutely hounding Stewart and taking the race to the young rookie…Stewart pulls out just a small advantage, but then Jesseman reels him right back in…
              Lap 6 – Walker cut a lap 2 seconds faster than Stewart the last time around, and is gaining enough on Jesseman to be a threat soon, Ward is getting pressure now from Reed…Bentley is out of the race…
              Lap 7 – Stewart leads Jesseman by just 2 seconds, and Walker is still moving ahead in 3rd…Ward has his hands full with Chad Reed trying to get to the front…it’s Stewart, Jesseman, Walker, Ward, Reed, Byrne, Fonseca, Smith, Antunez, Elliott, Preston, Gosselaar, Pingree…Reed passes Ward to move to 4th…
              Lap 8 – Jesseman still tring to get close enough to Stewart to try another pass, but Stewart has placed just enough distance over to Suzuki rider to be able to focus on the track ahead…Walker still cutting small bits of time out of the gap to Jesseman, but he’s about 6+ seconds back…Reed is about 4 seconds back in 4th, and has about 2 seconds over Ward…
              Lap 9 – Stewart, Jesseman, Walker, Reed, Ward, Byrne, Fonseca, Smith, Antunez, Preston, Pingree, Gosselaar…we’re at the 20-minute point in the moto…
              Lap 10 – Stewart with 3.68 seconds on Jesseman, then Walker; Reed’s still not much closer to Walker yet…Stewart is able to keep an eye on Jesseman as they cross back & forth around the course…
              Lap 11 – Stewart still leading Jesseman by almost the same 3.6+ seconds, no drama there yet…then Walker, Reed, Smith, Byrne, Fonseca, Antunez…Larry Ward didn’t come around this time…
              Lap 12 – Jesseman’s just a bit closer to Stewart, about 1/2-second closer, working on a 3-second gap..after that, the top group is rather spread out now…
              Lap 13 – Stewart, Jesseman, Walker, Reed, D. Smith, Fonseca, Byrne (now getting pressure from Antunez), Preston, Pingree, Short, Huffman…Townley’s day just went downhill, as he came around with the banners attached to his bike, had to shake them loose…meanwhile, Stewart has pretty much shaken Jesseman loose as he keeps the Suzuki rider at bay…
              Lap 14 – the 2-Lap sign is shown to Stewart as Jesseman runs the last lap a second faster, and looks to be making a push to bid for the moto win…Stewart wicks it back up, and seems to extend his advantage a bit…Walker is still riding hard, Reed’s getting closer as well…
              Lap 15 – White flag / final lap…the vertically-challenged lady is warming up, and Stewart looks unlikely to hand over the lead to Jesseman…the checkered flag waves for James Stewart, extending his points lead over Chad Reed today…Jesseman rolls across in 2nd, then it’s Walker, Reed, Danny Smith, Fonseca, Antunez, Byrne, Preston, Pingree, Huffman, Short…
              125 Moto 2 Results (Official): 1. James Stewart (Kaw); 2. Branden Jesseman (Suz); 3. Matt Walker (Kaw); 4. Chad Reed (Yam); 5. Danny Smith (Suz); 6. Ernesto Fonseca (Hon); 7. Buddy Antunez (Suz); 8. Michael Byrne (Hon); 9. Travis Preston (Hon); 10. David Pingree (Hon); 11. Damon Huffman (Suz); 12. Andrew Short (Suz); 13. Ben Townley (KTM); 14. Casey Johnson (Hon); 15. Chris Gosselaar (Hon); 16. Paul Currie (Suz); 17. Brock Sellards (KTM); 18. Justin Buckelew (Suz); 19. Steve Mertens (Hus); 20. Jeff Gibson (Yam); 21. Barry Carsten (Suz); 22. Randy Valade (Suz); 23. Austin Squires (Suz); 24. Eric Sorby (Kaw); 25. Rodrig Thain (Yam); 26. Aaron Day (Yam); 27. Chris Wisniewski (Yam); 28. Ryan Tuerck (Yam); 29. Cassidy Anderson (Yam); 30. Tom Welch (Hon).

              #1074682
              sandiegomx
              Participant

                2eme manche 250
                pas de surprises….

                Last moto of the day…and the last holeshot of the day is taken by Ricky Carmichael, followed by Voss, Lusk, Wey, Cooper, and LaRocco…Lusk makes the pass for 2nd, relegating Voss to 3rd…then we have Lewis, Ferry, and Coppins…
                Lap 2 – Carmichael’s trying to check out, and Lusk is trying to not let him do that…3.5 seconds between them, we’ll see if Lusk can take a turn at keeping Carmichael in sight this moto…Ferry is trying to get around Voss, makes the pass…behind them it’s LaRocco, Wey, Coppins, Tortelli, Reynard, and Cooper…
                Lap 3 – Tim Ferry, recovering from a bad start has been moving foward, and is lining up Lusk in his sights…Carmichael’s riding his own race, unconcerned in the lead…Voss is holding off LaRocco, then Reynard, Lewis, Coppins and Tortelli form a Honda freight train…Ferry stuffs Lusk back to 3rd…
                Lap 4 – Carmichael leads Ferry by 8 seconds, but the Yamaha rider is running the same lap times RC, impressive, but he’ll have to do more to cut into that gap…Lusk 3rd, pursued by LaRocco, then Voss, Lewis, Totelli, Coppins, Reynard, and Ramsey all one big red blur…
                Lap 5 – Carmichael leads Ferry by 9.168 seconds as they go by, the good race is between Lusk and LaRocco, the Honda rider getting ready to move past Yogi…those two are way ahead of the Voss/Tortelli battle…
                Lap 6 – Carmichael, Ferry, Lusk (barely) over LaRocco, Tortelli, Voss, Reynard, Ramsey, Coppins, Lewis, Wey, Plotts, Cooper, Lamson, Clark, Stiles, Dowd, Roy, Brandes, Keith Johnson, and Wallace…RC leads Ferry by 9- seconds…
                Lap 7 – Carmichael, Ferry way out front, LaRocco has now moved past Lusk into 3rd…after them, it’s about 9 seconds back to Tortelli leading that big Honda conga line…Mark Wondreck has been named as the winner of the SBS “Break” of the Day award winner…
                Lap 8 – Carmichael takes a look behind him, checks the gap back to Ferry that we can measure as 11.8 seconds, then LaRocco’s another 9 seconds back, with 3 seconds ahead of Lusk…LaRocco’s running about 1 second a lap faster than Ferry at the moment, may not be enough to reach him by the finish…
                Lap 9 – Carmichael is methodically putting his 16th consecutive moto win and 8th consecutive overall 250 National victory into the record books…the top seven are very spread out…
                Lap 10 – Carmichael, Ferry, LaRocco, Lusk, Tortelli, Ramsey, Reynard, Coppins, Voss, Lewis, Wey, Lamson, Cooper…
                Lap 11 – LaRocco’s actually running the fastest right now, but he’s only “hundredths” quick than Carmichael and Ferry ahead of him, they’re all in the 2:16 range…
                Lap 12 – Carmichael leads Ferry by 13.5 seconds, considerable improvement for RC’s competition compared to the past couple rounds where he’s been 30 to 40 seconds ahead at the finish…best race going on right now is between Reynard, Coppins, Voss, and Lewis all battling for the 7th place position…
                Lap 13 – Carmichael leads by 14.5 seconds, with Ferry about 9 seconds over LaRocco…
                Lap 14 – The 2-lap sign is shown to the riders, Carmichael, Ferry, LaRocco, Lusk, Tortelli, Ramsey, Reynard, Coppins, Lewis, Lamson, Voss, Roy, Cooper, Clark, Plotts…
                Lap 15 – White flag / last lap…Carmichael has lapped his way through 18th place, and barring any freak occurrences, will come across with his 16th consecutive 250 moto victory and 8th National MX win…he’s followed across by Ferry (who’ll also be 2nd overall), LaRocco (also taking 3rd overall), then Tortelli, Ramsey, Reynard, Coppins, Lewis, Lamson, Voss, Roy, Cooper.
                Thanks for tuning in to Cycle News Virtual Grandstand. Be sure to read complete coverage of today’s race from Unadilla in next week’s Cycle News issue #30, on-sale July 24th, and watch Virtual Grandstand next week on July 28th from Round #9 at Washougal, Washington.
                250 Moto 2 Results (Official): 1. Ricky Carmichael (Hon); 2. Tim Ferry (Yam); 3. Mike LaRocco (Hon); 4. Ezra Lusk (Kaw); 5. Sebastien Tortelli (Hon); 6. Nathan Ramsey (Hon); 7. Robbie Reynard (Hon); 8. Josh Coppins (Hon); 9. Kyle Lewis (Hon); 10. Steve Lamson (Hus); 11. Heath Voss (Hon); 12. Jean Sebastien Roy (Hon); 13. Guy Cooper (KTM); 14. Ryan Clark (Yam); 15. Damien Plotts (Hon); 16. Keith S. Johnson (KTM); 17. Ty Wallace (Yam); 18. Clark Stiles (Hon); 19. James Povolny (Hon); 20. Jason Thomas (Yam); 21. Bruce Stratton (Hon); 22. Craig Decker (Yam); 23. Keith R. Johnson (Yam); 24. Michael Brandes (Suz); 25. Wally Silva (Yam); 26. Stephane Roncada (Kaw); 27. Travis Hodges (Yam); 28. Kevin Crine (Hon); 29. Brian Mason (Kaw); 30. Michael Koch (Yam); 31. Craig Truglio (Yam); 32. John Dowd (KTM); 33. Gerrit Ordelman (Yam); 34. Kip Sandell (Yam); 35. Jon Boruff (Hon); 36. Nick Wey (Yam); 37. Scott Metz (Hon); 38. Tyler Evans (Hus); 39. Ben Riddle (Suz); 40. Joseph Oehlhof.

                #1074683
                sandiegomx
                Participant

                  general 125
                  [125cc Overall]

                  (Official) 1. James Stewart (Kaw); 2. Branden Jesseman (Suz); 3. Chad Reed (Yam); 4. Matt Walker (Kaw); 5. Danny Smith (Suz); 6. Ernesto Fonseco (Hon); 7. Michael Byrne (Hon); 8. Travis Preston (Hon); 9. Buddy Antunez (Suz); 10. Ben Townley (KTM); 11. Damon Huffman (Suz); 12. David Pingree (Hon); 13. Andrew Short (Suz); 14. Eric Sorby (Kaw); 15. Chris Gosselaar (Hon); 16. Justin Buckelew (Suz); 17. Josh Demuth (Yam); 18. Larry Ward (Yam); 19. Paul Currie (Suz); 20. Casey Johnson Hon); 21. Brock Sellards (KTM); 22. Steve Mertens (Hus); 23. Jeff Gibson (Yam); 24. Jeff Northrop (Kaw); 25. Barry Carsten (Suz); 26. Randy Valade (Suz); 27. Austin Squires (Suz); 28. Rodrig Thain (Yam); 29. Aaron Day (Yam); 30. Chris Wisniewski (Yam); 31. Ryan Tuerck (Yam); 32. Cassidy Anderson (Yam); 33. Tom Welch (Hon); 34. Kevin Johnson (Yam); 35. Travis Elliott (Hon); 36. Paul Veracka (Hus); 37. Troy Adams (Yam); 38. Shae Bentley (Kaw); 39. Levi Reid (Yam); 40. Josh Woods (Suz).

                  provisoire cht
                  [125cc Point Standings]

                  1. James Stewart (337/6 wins); 2. Chad Reed (272/1 win); 3. Branden Jesseman (254); 4. Ernesto Fonseca (242); 5. Danny Smith (227); 6. Matt Walker (185); 7. Buddy Antunez (175); 8. Damon Huffman (133); 9. Travis Preston (126); 10. Eric Sorby (120); 11. Larry Ward (117); 12. Brock Sellards (109); 13. Josh Demuth (98); 14. Michael Byrne (97); 15. Mike Brown (89); 16. Grant Langston (77); 17. Ivan Tedesco (73); 18. Paul Currie (68); 19. Greg Schnell (63); 20. (TIE)Casey Johnson/Bobby Bonds (61); 22. David Pingree (60); 23. Justin Buckelew (58); 24. Chris Gosselaar (57); 25. Ben Townley (48); 26. Kelly Smith (44); 27. Andrew Short (43); 28. Travis Elliott (39); 29. Steve Boniface (36); 30. Josh Woods (34); 31. Rodrig Thain (33); 32. (TIE)Jeff Gibson/Troy Adams (17); 34. Scott Sheak (13); 35. Mike Treadwell (10); 36. (TIE)Chris Wheeler/Tyson Hadsell (7); 38. Randy Valade (6); 39. Casey Lytle (5); 40. Mike Corder (4); 41. Jeff Northrop (3); 42. (TIE)Steve Mertens/Tom Welch/Tony Lorusso/Johnny Marley/Michael Brandes (2); 47. Brandon Morgan (1).

                  #1074689
                  sandinista
                  Participant

                    En tous les cas, merci à toi, SANDIEGOMX, pour ces résultats trés complets.

                    #1074688
                    van_rulz
                    Participant

                      eye sandiagomx taime sa ecrire toi lol

                      #1074684
                      sandiegomx
                      Participant

                        general 125
                        [125cc Overall]

                        (Official) 1. James Stewart (Kaw); 2. Branden Jesseman (Suz); 3. Chad Reed (Yam); 4. Matt Walker (Kaw); 5. Danny Smith (Suz); 6. Ernesto Fonseco (Hon); 7. Michael Byrne (Hon); 8. Travis Preston (Hon); 9. Buddy Antunez (Suz); 10. Ben Townley (KTM); 11. Damon Huffman (Suz); 12. David Pingree (Hon); 13. Andrew Short (Suz); 14. Eric Sorby (Kaw); 15. Chris Gosselaar (Hon); 16. Justin Buckelew (Suz); 17. Josh Demuth (Yam); 18. Larry Ward (Yam); 19. Paul Currie (Suz); 20. Casey Johnson Hon); 21. Brock Sellards (KTM); 22. Steve Mertens (Hus); 23. Jeff Gibson (Yam); 24. Jeff Northrop (Kaw); 25. Barry Carsten (Suz); 26. Randy Valade (Suz); 27. Austin Squires (Suz); 28. Rodrig Thain (Yam); 29. Aaron Day (Yam); 30. Chris Wisniewski (Yam); 31. Ryan Tuerck (Yam); 32. Cassidy Anderson (Yam); 33. Tom Welch (Hon); 34. Kevin Johnson (Yam); 35. Travis Elliott (Hon); 36. Paul Veracka (Hus); 37. Troy Adams (Yam); 38. Shae Bentley (Kaw); 39. Levi Reid (Yam); 40. Josh Woods (Suz).

                        provisoire cht
                        [125cc Point Standings]

                        1. James Stewart (337/6 wins); 2. Chad Reed (272/1 win); 3. Branden Jesseman (254); 4. Ernesto Fonseca (242); 5. Danny Smith (227); 6. Matt Walker (185); 7. Buddy Antunez (175); 8. Damon Huffman (133); 9. Travis Preston (126); 10. Eric Sorby (120); 11. Larry Ward (117); 12. Brock Sellards (109); 13. Josh Demuth (98); 14. Michael Byrne (97); 15. Mike Brown (89); 16. Grant Langston (77); 17. Ivan Tedesco (73); 18. Paul Currie (68); 19. Greg Schnell (63); 20. (TIE)Casey Johnson/Bobby Bonds (61); 22. David Pingree (60); 23. Justin Buckelew (58); 24. Chris Gosselaar (57); 25. Ben Townley (48); 26. Kelly Smith (44); 27. Andrew Short (43); 28. Travis Elliott (39); 29. Steve Boniface (36); 30. Josh Woods (34); 31. Rodrig Thain (33); 32. (TIE)Jeff Gibson/Troy Adams (17); 34. Scott Sheak (13); 35. Mike Treadwell (10); 36. (TIE)Chris Wheeler/Tyson Hadsell (7); 38. Randy Valade (6); 39. Casey Lytle (5); 40. Mike Corder (4); 41. Jeff Northrop (3); 42. (TIE)Steve Mertens/Tom Welch/Tony Lorusso/Johnny Marley/Michael Brandes (2); 47. Brandon Morgan (1).

                        #1074685
                        sandiegomx
                        Participant

                          general 250
                          (Official) 1. Ricky Carmichael (Hon); 2. Tim Ferry (Yam); 3. Mike LaRocco (Hon); 4. Sebastien Tortelli (Hon); 5. Ezra Lusk (Kaw); 6. Josh Coppins (Hon); 7. Robbie Reynard (Hon); 8. Kyle Lewis (Hon); 9. Nathan Ramsey (Hon); 10. Heath Voss (Hon); 11. Damien Plotts (Hon); 12. Steve Lamson (Hus); 13. Guy Cooper (KTM); 14. Jean Sebastien Roy (Hon); 15. Ryan Clark (Yam); 16. Nick Wey (Yam); 17. Stephane Roncada (Kaw); 18. John Dowd (KTM); 19. Keith S. Johnson (KTM); 20. Ty Wallace (Yam); 21. James Povolny (Hon); 22. Clark Stiles (Hon); 23. Jason Thomas (Yam); 24. Michael Brandes (Suz); 25. Bruce Stratton (Hon); 26. Craig Decker (Yam); 27. Keith R. Johnson (Yam); 28. Wally Silva (Yam); 29. Travis Hodges (Yam); 30. Kevin Crine (Hon); 31. Brian Mason (Kaw); 32. Michael Koch (Yam); 33. Craig Truglio (Yam); 34. Gerrit Ordelman (Yam); 35. Kip Sandell (Yam); 36. Jon Boruff (Hon); 37. Scott Metz (Hon); 38. Tyler Evans (Hus); 39. Ben Riddle (Suz); 40. Joseph Oehlhof (Hon).

                          #1074686
                          sandiegomx
                          Participant

                            c’est marrant, pour toi, le resultat de Coppins c’est comme une deception a la decouverte, alors que moi je trouve qu’il a roule vraiment fort et ca m’a meme impressionne….
                            Evidemment, si tu esperais qu’il fasse podium….je comprends ta deception. MAis franchement irrealisable.

                            Pour ce qui est de Mickael, je ne retire rien au fait qu’il soit le meilleur pilote de GP 250 des 2 (1/2) dernieres annees, c’est genial et il le merite. Il est champion du monde, …mega respect.

                            Mais la avec RC…tu parles du meilleur pilote de tous les temps.
                            tous les records explosent a son passage. Il a gagne + de 60% des courses auxquelles il s’est aligne depuis qu’il est Pro. Crois tu que Micka aurait pu empecher ca?

                            Je ne le crois pas.

                            #1074687
                            mx inc.
                            Participant

                              “Tout a fait Thierry, tout a fait”
                              Et on etait a Unadilla, je ne veux meme pas imaginer Coppins a Troy (circuit de daube, tres type SX)….. Bref, Pichon aurait pu faire un podium ce week-end mais encore une fois, pour aller chercher “Carmonkey” faut se lever de bonne heure! C’est bien dommage d’ailleurs car j’en ai pleins les fesses de ce Nain rouge!
                              Comme disent certains on verra ca aux Nations, et secretement on espere tous que Micka va lui botter son derriere mais la realite des choses est la. va falloir attendre qu’il raccroche..PFFFFF….

                              #1074690
                              sandiegomx
                              Participant

                                je n’ecris pas.
                                je copy/paste (copier/coller) c’es’t mon partenaire qui m’a appris les touches magiques.

                                #1074691
                                sandiegomx
                                Participant

                                  je n’ecris pas.
                                  je copy/paste (copier/coller) c’es’t mon partenaire qui m’a appris les touches magiques.

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