Live Stream: Riola Sardo

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The European season starts this weekend! The Internazionali d’Italia series will begin this weekend, with live racing on Sunday. This is the place to watch all of the MX1 and MX2 motos from the Italian sand track that certain riders have called tougher than Lommel! Racing begins at 12:15 in the United Kingdom and 13:15 in mainland Europe on Sunday. Take note and save the link! It is going to be a good one.

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Updates: Antonio Cairoli

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Fans were intrigued when the entry list for the first Internazionali d’Italia round was released earlier this week, as Antonio Cairoli was not down to compete in the premier MX1 class. Cairoli has been a staple at the pre-season events for years now but will only compete at the third and final round of the series, Mantova, in two weeks. Red Bull KTM announced the news via the following statement.

“⁣#222 will not take part in the opening round of the 2020 Internazionali d’Italia this weekend at Riola Sardo in Sardinia. The nine-times world champion is instead planning to compete for the first time this year at the third date of the mini-series two weeks later at Mantova. As Jorge Prado continues his recovery the rest of Red Bull KTM will make their first race starts of the season at the Hawkstone Park International in the UK on February 9.”

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It is thought that this could be a part of a strategy to peak a little later, which is also something that Jeffrey Herlings told MX Vice he is focusing on this time around. Antonio Cairoli has not been seen on-track since his crash at the Grand Prix of Latvia in June last year.

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The Pre-Entry List: Riola Sardo

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The Grand Prix riders will be back in action soon enough, as the various pre-season internationals are not far away at all at this point. The opening round of the Internazionali d’Italia series will be run at Riola Sardo on January 26. That’s next week! Who is scheduled to race in the Italian sand? Here are the current entry lists for both the MX1 and MX2 classes. It is likely that there is going to be some changes in the coming days, but this is a good base.

MX1

3

Romain Febvre

4

Arnaud Tonus

21

Gautier Paulin

25

Clement Desalle

27

Arminas Jasikonis

29

Henry Jacobi

34

Micha Boy De Waal

35

Alessandro Lentini

41

Pauls Jonass

43

Mitch Evans

45

Davide De Bortoli

88

Ramon Savioli

91

Jeremy Seewer

93

Jonathan Bengtsson

114

Pietro Salina

155

Gota Otsuka

189

Brian Bogers

194

Erison Lagaren

221

Marco Lolli

226

Gianluca Di Marziantonio

237

Mattia Antonucci

243

Tim Gajser

258

Johannes Nermann

303

Alberto Forato

321

Samuele Bernardini

324

Maxime Charlier

377

Nichlas Bjerregaard

621

Andero Lusbo

651

Leonov Vladislav

949

Alessandro Contessi

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MX2

7

Maximilian Spies

11

Mikkel Haarup

18

Leonardo Angeli

20

Luca Diserens

28

Tom Vialle

30

Rene De Jong

31

Francesco Bassi

38

Adam Zsolt Kovacs

39

Roan Van De Moosdijk

41

Riccardo Tenti

47

Bailey Malkiewicz

49

Mattia Dusi

50

Paolo Lugana

51

Isak Gifting

56

Lorenzo Corti

60

Caleb Grothues

70

Ruben Fernandez

75

Alberto Barcella

78

Axel Louis

80

Andrea Adamo

86

Matteo Del Coco

90

Justin Trache

97

Christopher Mills

98

Bas Vaessen

101

Mattia Guadagnini

105

Cyril Genot

107

Emil Jonrup

109

Roland Edelbacher

110

Matteo Puccinelli

111

Alessandro Manucci

112

Mitchell Harrison

115

Ashton Dickinson

117

Jan Wagenknecht

118

Stephen Rubini

125

Emil Weckman

127

Henry Vesilind

132

Karel Kutsar

135

Loris Freidig

142

Jere Haavisto

161

Alvin Ostlund

172

Mathys Boisrame

180

Leopold Ambjornson

181

Julien Vander Auwera

192

Glen Meier

193

Jago Geerts

198

Thibault Benistant

199

Nathan Crawford

200

Filippo Zonta

211

Nicholas Lapucci

239

Lion Florian

240

Kevin Horgmo

249

Dario Calugi

256

Alessio Sasso

270

Eugenio Barbaglia

275

Joakin Furbetta

300

Gioele Bosio

311

Mirko Dal Bosco

313

Petr Polak

325

Sara Andersen

327

Nicolas Fabre

403

Bastian Damm

418

Marcel Stauffer

426

Conrad Mewse

430

Wiliam Malin

440

Marnique Appelt

474

Twan Van Essen

625

Tahlia O’Hare

711

Rene Hofer

720

Pierre Goupillon

751

Hardi Roosiorg

828

Davide Pavan

838

Paolo Ermini

919

Ben Watson

922

Lorenzo Ciabatti

955

Gabriel Chetnicki

959

Maxime Renaux

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Pre-Entry Lists: HIMX

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It’s hard to believe that the 2020 Hawkstone International is right around the corner, but it is actually not far away at all now! There are just weeks to go before the race and, unsurprisingly, that means that the entry lists for the MX1 and MX2 classes are set in stone. Who will actually be taking to the historic British circuit? View the list of riders below. It’s looking rather strong this year.

MX1

6

Benoit Paturel

7

Will Hughes

10

Calvin Vlaanderen

13

Aaron-Lee Hanson

20

Yentel Martens

22

Kevin Strijbos

24

Shaun Simpson

32

Brent Van Doninck

33

Julien Lieber

34

Micha-Boy De Waal

44

Corie Southwood

45

Jake Nicholls

49

John Adamson

50

Martin Barr

53

Greg Smets

64

Thomas Covington

68

Josh Bentley

84

Jeffrey Herlings

95

Dan Thornhill

98

Todd Kellett

100

Tommy Searle

119

Mel Pocock

128

Ivo Monticelli

134

Liam Knight

149

Callum Green

151

Harri Kullas

152

Petar Petrov

259

Glenn Coldenhoff

263

Luke Parker

297

Anton Gole

303

Jake Millward

311

Aaron McCarroll

360

Nathan Dixon

361

Pip Davies

411

Erki Kahro

555

Artem Guryev

777

Evgeny Bobryshev

811

Adam Sterry

911

Jordi Tixier

994

Harry Bradley

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MX2

3

Josh Gilbert

4

Rob Yates

9

Lewis Hall

11

Mikkel Haarup

14

Jed Beaton

16

Tom Grimshaw

19

Thomas Kjer Olsen

22

Gianluca Facchetti

28

Tom Vialle

32

Callum Mitchell

39

Roan van de Moosdijk

40

Jamie Wainwright

52

Jack Bintcliffe

60

Brad Anderson

77

Jay Hague

91

Charlie Putnam

98

Thibault Benistant

99

Howard Wainwright

100

Rob Wood

102

Richard Sikyna

104

Jeremy Sydow

111

Max Ingham

114

Kay de Wolf

115

Ashton Dickinson

172

Mathys Boisrame

180

Leopold Ambjornsson

184

Jamie Carpenter

193

Jago Geerts

199

Lars Griekspoor

261

Jorgen Matthias Talviku

272

Neville Bradshaw

365

Sam Nunn

511

Steven Clarke

516

Simon Laengenfelder

575

Taylor Hammal

601

Kelton Gwyther

711

Rene Hofer

772

Jarni Kooij

919

Ben Watson

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All Results: Grayan L'Hopital

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The penultimate round of the Championnat de France des Sables series was held in Grayan L’Hopital over the weekend and, unsurprisingly, Nathan Watson continued his utter domination with another victory and extended his championship lead to seventy-five points. What actually happened at the French event? The full results – including all four hundred and ninety-three competitors – can be viewed below.

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All Results: Hossegor

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The fifth round of the French Sand Championship took place on the beach of Hossegor over the weekend and ended up being a happy hunting ground for British riders. Todd Kellett and Nathan Watson finished first and second in the main race, as you can see in the results below.

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Entries: EMX125 at HIMX

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The promoters of the Hawkstone International have gone in a slightly different direction for the upcoming edition of the event, as they have opted to introduce an EMX125 class as opposed to an MXY2 division. It makes complete sense as it’s a unique selling point and one that would attract foreign talent. Additionally, everyone loves to watch a 125cc race! Who will be racing in the category? The current entry list for the class can be viewed in full below.

4

Matt Tolley

5

Harvey James

6

Olly Davidson

10

Harvey Cashmore

14

Samuel Davies

15

Joshua Fletcher Williams

17

Junior Bal

19

Joe Brookes

22

Jak Taylor

27

Taylor Johnson

28

Charlie Griffiths

29

Jason Down

40

Ezra Blackwell

45

Tomos Wright

50

Finley James

51

Sonny Shipton

53

Harry Miles

70

Staf Mertens

72

Liam Everts

78

Roan Delaney

89

Jacob Randall

90

Callum Baldwin

100

Liam Gale

101

Jude Morris

114

Nicolas Vennekens

127

Sam Atkinson

128

Charlie Palmer

171

Arai Elcock

174

Corey Collins

281

Liam Ware

408

Scott Smulders

422

Camden McClellan

472

Leon Ongley

484

Dave Kooiker

489

Jens Walvoort

535

Radek Vetrovsky

579

Bobby Bruce

711

Louie Kessell

805

Patrick Jackson

912

Joel Rizzi

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All Results: Geneva SX

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The final off-season race of the year is currently taking place in Geneva, Switzerland, and playing host to big names like Justin Barcia, Malcolm Stewart, Justin Brayton, Justin Hill and more. What is happening in this part of the world? All of the SX1 and SX2 results from both nights (the races are run on Friday and Saturday) will be added below in a timely fashion. Check back regularly!

Saturday
SX1 Overall Classification
SX2 Overall Classification
SX1 Main Event
SX2 Main Event
SX1 Last Chance
SX2 Last Chance
SX1 Heat Two
SX1 Heat One
SX2 Heat Two
SX2 Heat One
SX1 Time Practice
SX2 Time Practice
Friday
SX1 Main Event
SX2 Main Event
SX1 Last Chance
SX2 Last Chance
SX1 Heat Two
SX1 Heat One
SX2 Heat Two
SX2 Heat One
SX1 Time Practice
SX2 Time Practice

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Live Stream: Geneva SX

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The first night of racing in Geneva is underway! Justin Barcia, Malcolm Stewart, Justin Brayton are tackling the extremely tight circuit at the Palexpo in Switzerland. Do you want a way to follow the action? A legitimate live stream is now available. Watch it below!

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All Results: Barcelona SX

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The promoters of the Barcelona supercross made the wide decision to not clash with other events this year and consequently a lot of European fans were focussed on the Spanish race on Saturday night. The event is not quite as spectacular as others like Paris or Geneva, but it did attract American stars like Justin Bogle and Benny Bloss. Who won? The SX1 results can be viewed in full below.

SX1 Overall Classification
SX1 Main Event Two
SX1 Main Event One
SX1 Last Chance
SX1 Heat Two
SX1 Heat One
SX1 Qualifying Group B
SX1 Qualifying Group A

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