2016 World Motocross Championship

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About the World Motocross Championship

The World Motocross Championship, organised by the FIM (International Motorcycling Federation), is the pinnacle of motocross racing. Based primarily in Europe, the season consists of 18 rounds, with each class running two races of 35 minutes plus two laps. The rider who accumulates the most points over the year becomes world champion. Races are held on outdoor dirt courses featuring naturally undulating terrain and man-made technical sections. The two classes are MXGP (4-stroke 450cc machines, or 2-stroke 250cc machines) and MX2 (4-stroke 250cc machines, or 2-stroke 125cc machines), each contested by production motocross racers featuring special tuning for even greater potential.

Team & Rider(s)

Kawasaki Racing Team

Clement Desalle #25
[MXGP]

Date of Birth: 19 May, 1989
Nationality: Belgium

Career Highlights
2015 10th Motocross World Championship MXGP
2014 4th Motocross World Championship MXGP
2013 2nd Motocross World Championship MXGP
2012 2nd Motocross World Championship MXGP
2011 3rd Motocross World Championship MXGP
2010 2nd Motocross World Championship MXGP
2009 3rd Motocross World Championship MXGP
1st Belgium Motocross Championship MX1
2008 11th Motocross World Championship MXGP
2nd German Motocross Championship MX1
2007 20th Motocross World Championship MXGP
5th German Motocross Championship MX1
2006 25th Motocross World Championship MXGP
8th German Motocross Championship MX1
Clement Desalle

Jordi Tixier #911
[MXGP]

Date of Birth: 2 November, 1992
Nationality: French

Career Highlights
2015 8th Motocross World Championship MX2
2014 1st Motocross World Championship MX2
2013 2nd Motocross World Championship MX2
2012 5th Motocross World Championship MX2
2011 13th Motocross World Championship MX2
2010 1st European Motocross Championship EMX125
Jordi Tixier

Machine(s)

KX450F-SR

Machine

Production Model

KX450F

Designed to put expert riders on the top step of the podium, the KX450F has always featured the latest in advanced technology. The highly tuned liquid-cooled 4-stroke DOHC 4-valve engine is mounted in a highly rigid aluminium frame that ensures superb control when riding at high speed. Launch Control Mode, adjustable handlebar and footpegs, and SFF-Air TAC front suspension, which uses pressurised air instead of springs, are just some of the class-leading features that allow Kawasaki riders around the globe to fight for victory.

Championship Standings

2016 World Motocross Championship MXGP

Pos. No. Rider Machine Total R 1
02/27
R 2
03/06
R 3
03/28
R 4
04/10
R 5
04/17
R 6
05/01
R 7
05/08
R 8
05/15
R9
05/29
R10
06/05
R11
06/19
R12
06/26
R13
07/24
R14
07/31
R15
08/07
R16
08/28
R17
09/03
R18
09/11
1 461 Romain Febvre Yamaha 219 20 22 25 25 20 25 15 20 25 22                                                    
2 243 Tim Gajser Honda 216 25 25 20 16 25 13 20 25 22 25                                                  
3 222 Antonio Cairoli KTM 171 15 18 22 9 14 22 22 22 15 12                                                  
4 777 Evgeny Bobryshev Honda 170 22 20 18 14 18 15 18 9 18 18                                                
5 12 Maximilian Nagl Husqvarna 165 9 15 20 22 18 25 16 20 20                                                
6 89 Jeremy Van Horebeek Yamaha 162 18 16 16 18 16 20 16 18 10 14                            
7 22 Kevin Strijbos Suzuki 127 13 12 13 10 15 16 10 14 14 10                              
8 24 Shaun Simpson KTM 122 16 14 12 15 11 12 13 12 13 4                                                    
9 259 Glenn Coldenhoff KTM 104 14 11 6 2 8 14 12 15 11 11                                                
10 100 Tommy Searle Kawasaki 98 12 13 15 7 13 3 11 9 15            
11 92 Valentin Guillod Yamaha 97 7 9 10 11 9 5 8 13 12 13                                              
12 25 Clement Desalle Kawasaki 79 1 2 5 1 12 2 14 10 16 16                            
13 23 Christophe Charlier Husqvarna 72 4 4 11 5 11 9 11 8 9                                          
14 17 Jose Butron KTM 61 8 6 8 13 4 5 5 5 7                                                
15 32 Milko Potisek Yamaha 59 6 7 9 6 1 7 8 7 8                        
16 8 Ben Townley Suzuki 49 10 10 22 7                                  
17 77 Alessandro Lupino Honda 46 3 5 7 8 5 3 6 6 3                
18 7 Tanel Leok KTM 40 5 8 4 4 10 9                    
19 21 Gautier Paulin Honda 37 11 14 12                  
20 685 Steven Lenoir Honda 29 6 6 7 4 6
21 400 Kei Yamamoto Honda 24 2 3 3 3 4 4 3 2
22 151 Harri Kullas KTM 14 4 10
23 37 Gert Krestinov Honda 8 8
24 19 David Philippaerts Yamaha 7 7
25 225 Eduardo Andrade Yamaha 7 2 5
26 212 Jeffrey Dewulf KTM 6 6
27 444 Ezequiel Fanello Yamaha 4 2 2
28 112 Marcos Trossero Yamaha 3 3
29 45 Jake Nicholls Husqvarna 3 3
30 31 Alex Snow Yamaha 3 1 2
31 177 Arminas Jasikonis Kawasaki 2 2
32 58 Nicolas Carranza Honda 1 1
33 702 Marco Schmit Yamaha 1 1
34 156 Angus Heidecke KTM 1 1
35 171 Thanarat Penjan Honda 1 1

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