All Results: Belfast AX

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The 2020 Arenacross Tour has fired into life! The opening round was run in Belfast on Friday night and those results are below. The second round will be run in Belfast on Saturday night and those results will be added as soon as they are available. Are you confused? It’s an odd schedule. Should the Belfast stop not just be one big round? Anyway, results are in an easy-to-view format below. The latest results are at the top of the page. Check back in less than twenty-four hours for results from round two (sigh).

Saturday Results
Pro Super Final
Pro Last Chance Qualifier
Pro 450 Main Event Two
Pro Lites Main Event Two
Pro 450 Main Event One
Pro Lites Main Event One
Pro 450 Qualifying Two
Pro Lites Qualifying Two
Pro 450 Qualifying One
Pro Lites Qualifying One
Friday Results
Pro Super Final
Pro Last Chance Qualifier
Pro 450 Main Event Two
Pro Lites Main Event Two
Pro 450 Main Event One
Pro Lites Main Event One
Pro 450 Qualifying Two
Pro Lites Qualifying Two
Pro 450 Qualifying One

Not yet available online.

Pro Lites Qualifying One

Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: Ray Archer

Pre-Entry List: AX Tour

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The final indoor series of the European off-season will fire into life in Belfast, Northern Ireland, this weekend. The Arenacross Tour (otherwise known as Arenacross UK) will kick off the three-round series in The SSE Arena. Who is actually racing in the UK over the next month? The entry list for the professional division can be viewed in full below. There is a real lack of riders from the USA this time around, but at least Brock Papi will represent the nation.

1

Cedric Soubeyras

3

Gradie Featherstone

5

Graeme Irwin

6

Thomas Ramette

10

Matt Bayliss

14

Joe Clayton

33

Ashley Greedy

50

Martin Barr

81

Brian Hsu

122

Daniel Reardon

144

Brock Papi

155

Jack Brunell

162

Stuart Edmonds

225

Charles LeFrancois

259

Julien Lebeau

260

Dylan Woodcock

313

Jordan Keogh

407

Adam Chatfield

411

Nico Dercourt

871

Fabien Izoird

941

Angelo Pellegrini

Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: Sean Ogden

All Results: Dortmund SX

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The second round of 2020 Monster Energy Supercross is not the only event to follow this weekend! The ADAC SX Cup is wrapping up in Dortmund, Germany, and that event is actually playing host to a few American regulars. Dortmund is spread across three nights, so check back as the weekend progresses to get the results from Europe. There’s bound to be a bit of chaos in the tight confines of the Westfalenhallen arena.

Friday
SX1 Main Event (22:43)
SX2 Main Event (22:22)
SX1 Last Chance (22:07)
SX2 Last Chance (22:00)
SX2 Heat Two (20:49)
SX2 Heat One (20:39)
SX1 Heat Two (20:27)
SX1 Heat One (20:15)
SX1 Time Practice C (15:32)
SX1 Time Practice B (15:24)
SX1 Time Practice A (15:16)
SX2 Time Practice C (15:08)
SX2 Time Practice B (15:00)
SX2 Time Practice A (14:52)
SX1 Free Practice Two C (14:08)
SX1 Free Practice Two B (14:01)
SX1 Free Practice Two A (13:54)
SX2 Free Practice Two C (13:47)
SX2 Free Practice Two B (13:40)
SX2 Free Practice Two A (13:33)
SX1 Free Practice One C (12:45)
SX1 Free Practice One B (12:36)
SX1 Free Practice One A (12:27)
SX2 Free Practice One C (12:18)
SX2 Free Practice One B (12:09)
SX2 Free Practice One A (12:00)

Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: Monster Energy/Octopi

Pre-Entry List: Dortmund

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Fans across the globe will have their sights set on the second round of 2020 Monster Energy Supercross, St. Louis, this weekend. There is another race of note that will be taking place though, that being the final round of the ADAC SX Cup in Germany. A handful of American stars are actually skipping St. Louis to race in Dortmund. Who is in? Entry lists for the SX1 and SX2 classes can be viewed in full below.

SX1

1

Florent Richier

4

Dominque Thury

5

Angelo Pellegrini

6

Thomas Ramette

15

Ryan Breece

17

Kim Schaffter

20

Greg Aranda

33

Gradie Featherstone

56

Justin Starling

57

Jackson Richardson

69

Tyler Bowers

85

Cedric Soubeyras

114

Nick Schmidt

131

Nicolas Aubin

134

Filip Neugebauer

137

Adrien Escoffier

155

Jack Brunell

221

Kevin Ballanger

225

Charles LeFrancois

259

Julien Lebeau

411

Nicolas Dercourt

412

Fredrik Jensen

426

Ben Lamay

707

Robbin Kappel

727

Boris Maillard

747

Hugo Basaula

800

Mike Alessi

817

Jason Clermont

871

Fabien Izoird

911

Jordi Tixier

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Sean Ogden

SX2

5

Max Lausch

11

Ben Clayton

26

Dare Demartile

58

Lucas Ankjaer

72

Lucas Imbert

77

Kevin Moranz

81

Brian Hsu

96

Carl Ostermann

99

Lance Kobusch

103

Luca Menger

111

Calvin Fonvielle

124

Mathias Tang

127

Hakon Fredriksen

144

Diogo Graca

145

Jeroen Bussink

211

Nicholas Lapucci

251

Yannick Andres

260

Dylan Woodcock

278

Kevin Cattani

319

Jimmy Grajwoda

331

Adam Fridlund

338

Andrea Bonifacio

355

Joey Crown

369

Axel Boldrini

399

Daniel Wewers

491

Paul Haberland

520

Jimmy Clochet

543

Nick Dohmann

838

Tallon Verhelst

851

Clement Briatte

945

Anthony Bourdon

955

Gabriel Chetnicky

975

Julien Roussaly

Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: Sean Ogden

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

Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: James Lissimore

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!

Video: Supercross Geneva | Lead Image: James Lissimore

GoPro HD: AUS-X Open

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The AUS-X Open in Melbourne, Australia, was a big step forward for the sport in that part of the world. The race was hosted in the new Marvel Stadium – a venue that can host 53,000 fans – for the first time and therefore allowed the promoters to build a full-length supercross track. Just how good was the circuit? Ride along with Dan Reardon to get a feel for the place.

Video: AUS-X Open | Lead Image: AME Management

The Latest: Joey Savatgy

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Joey Savatgy has had an eventful off-season. It took much longer than anyone expected for him to put pen to paper and sign with the JGR Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Racing team, but he finally did that on the day before the Paris supercross. One would think the stress would end at that point, right? Well, he travelled to New Zealand after competing in Paris and had a turbulent time with crashes and bike issues.

It was not a disaster though – he escaped unscathed and returned to testing once landing in the USA. The final race on Joey Savatgy’s off-season tour was the AUS-X Open this past weekend, so he travelled over to Melbourne to gain more knowledge on the RM-Z450 and start the final phase of his preparation for Anaheim 1. A fall during the daytime programme left him with a ankle/foot injury though. Reports suggest it could be as serious as a broken heel, but an official report has not been released. Savatgy did drop the following statement though.

“It’s easy to ask why. But hard to accept and move on. Had a freak deal hitting neutral as I took off the face and the rest is history. Can’t thank the whole medic crew, @JHLeale and @MrsTwoTwo enough for taking care of me and getting me situated. Really bummed I wasn’t able to race, the boys from @SXOpenSupercross crushed it. As for #Team17 we will be back, when I have an idea so will you.”

This post will be updated as soon as more information becomes available. Stay tuned to MX Vice for more.

Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: Ray Archer