2014 All Japan Motocross Championship

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About the All Japan Motocross Championship

The All Japan Motocross Championship, run by the MFJ (Motorcycle Federation of Japan), is Japan's premier motocross racing series. The season consists of 10 rounds, with each class running two races of 30 minutes plus one lap. The rider who accumulates the most points over the year is crowned national champion. Races are held on outdoor dirt courses featuring naturally undulating terrain and man-made technical sections. Racers with International A-class qualification compete in two classes: IA1 (4-stroke 450cc machines, or 2-stroke 250cc machines) and IA2 (4-stroke 250cc machines, or 2-stroke 125cc machines). The machines used are production motocross racers featuring special tuning for even greater potential.

Team & Rider(s)

Kawasaki Racing Team

Hiroaki Arai #331
[IA1]

Date of Birth: 31 March, 1984
Nationality: Japanese (Gunma)

Career Highlights
2013 9th All Japan Motocross Championship IA1
2012 2nd All Japan Motocross Championship IA1
2011 4th All Japan Motocross Championship IA1
2010 3rd All Japan Motocross Championship IA1
2009 3rd All Japan Motocross Championship IA1
2008 4th All Japan Motocross Championship IA1
2007 1st All Japan Motocross Championship IA2
2006 3rd All Japan Motocross Championship IA2
2005 7th All Japan Motocross Championship IA2
2004 11th All Japan Motocross Championship IA125
2003 16th All Japan Motocross Championship IA125
2002 24th All Japan Motocross Championship IA125
2001 2nd All Japan Motocross Championship IB125
新井 宏彰

Takuya Mihara #822
[IA1]

Date of Birth: 22 August, 1990
Nationality: Japan (Tokushima)

Career Highlights
2013 8th All Japan Motocross Championship IA1
2012 4th All Japan Motocross Championship IA2
2011 1st All Japan Motocross Championship IA2
2010 4th All Japan Motocross Championship IA2
2009 12th All Japan Motocross Championship IA2
2008 15th All Japan Motocross Championship IA2
2007 14th All Japan Motocross Championship IA2
2006 8th All Japan Motocross Championship IB2
4th All Japan Motocross Championship IB-OPEN
Takuya Mihara

Machine(s)

KX450F-SR

KX450F-SR

Kawasaki's pinnacle 4-stroke motocrosser, the KX450F was designed to "put race victories within the grasp of expert riders." The fuel-injected, liquid-cooled 4-stroke DOHC 4-valve engine offers a broad spread of hard-hitting power, while the highly rigid aluminium frame ensures superb control even when riding full out. Its advanced pneumatic spring fork (PSF), which uses pressurised air instead of springs to absorb shocks, Launch Control Mode, and adjustable handlebar and footpeg positions are some of its class-leading features. The KX450-SR racer starts with the production KX450F and adds factory tuning, resulting in an even more potent track weapon.

Championship Standings

2014 All Japan Motocross Championship - IA1

Pos. No. Rider Machine Total R 1
04/06
R 2
04/20
R 3
05/11
R 4
06/08
R 5
07/20
R 6
08/03
R 7
09/14
R 8
10/05
R 9
10/26
1 1 Akira Narita Honda CRF450 50 25 25                              
2 2 Makoto Ogata Honda CRF450R 40 18 22                                
3 11 Takase Tanaka Yamaha YZ450FM 40 20 20                                
4 44 Yohei Kojima Suzuki RM-Z450WS 34 16 18                                
5 822 Takuya Mihara Kawasaki KX450F-SR 30 15 15                              
6 10 Kouichi Fukaya Honda CRF450R 28 12 16                                
7 5 Yoshitaka Atsuta Suzuki RM-Z450WS 28 14 14                            
8 777 Yui Hoshino Honda CRF450R 25 13 12                            
9 331 Hiroaki Arai Kawasaki KX450F-SR 24 11 13                        
10 3 Yuu Hirata Yamaha YZ450FM 22 22                                
11 51 Msanori Itou Yamaha YZ450F 21 10 11                        
12 318 Seiji Numata Kawasaki KX450F 18 8 10                            
13 18 Masaaki Suzuki Suzuki RM-Z450 18 9 9                        
14 25 Yoshiki Takahara Suzuki RM-Z450 15 7 8                              
15 20 Masahiro Kobayashi Honda CRF450R 13 6 7                          
16 21 Taisuke Nakamura Yamaha WR450F 11 5 6                      
17 73 Nao Takamoto Yamaha YZ450F 8 3 5                        
18 24 Ryuto Kuwagaki KTM 450SX-F 8 4 4                                
19 76 Yuya Moromizato Suzuki RM-Z450 5 2 3                      

2014 All Japan Motocross Championship - IA2

Pos. No. Rider Machine Total R 1
04/06
R 2
04/20
R 3
05/11
R 4
06/08
R 5
07/20
R 6
08/03
R 7
09/14
R 8
10/05
R 9
10/26
1 888 Takeshi Katsuya Kawasaki KX250F 43 18 25                              
2 1 Toshiki Tomita Honda CRF250 40 20 20                                
3 35 Kohei Ogawa Honda CRF250R 38 25 13                                
4 43 Chihiro Noutsuka Kawasaki KX250F 38 16 22                                
5 32 Junya Takenaka Suzuki RM-Z250WS 37 22 15                              
6 113 Masami Tanaka Honda CRF250R 31 13 18                                
7 34 Nozomu Yasuhara Yamaha YZ250F 28 12 16                            
8 42 Hijiri Okano Suzuki RM-Z250 24 10 14                            
9 38 Yusuke Watanabe Yamaha YZ250FM 23 15 8                        
10 40 Daiki Baba Honda CRF250R 23 14 9                                
11 39 Shinichi Inoue Kawasaki KX250F 21 11 10                        
12 615 Jun Suda Kawasaki KX450F 20 8 12                            
13 _010 Santana Lucas Kenji Honda CRF250R 20 9 11                        
14 _01 Gouta Ootsuka Honda CRF250R 13 7 6                              
15 58 Ryo Ishiura Suzuki RM-Z250 11 6 5                          
16 19 Daiki Kamakura Yamaha YZ250F 7 7                      
17 60 Saiki Tatsuya Honda CRF250R 7 3 4                        
18 57 Eisuke Kamishima Honda CRF250R 5 5                                
19 45 Kohei Ueda Suzuki RMZ250 5 4 1                      
20 50 Ukyo Michiwaki Honda CRF250R 3 3                        
21 _07 Shouta Ikeda Kawasaki KX250F 3 1 2                            
22 48 Toshiki Sasaki Honda CRF250R 2 2        
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