Thanks to a 1st and a 2nd place in the heats Arnaud Tonus won the MX2 class of the motocross brazilian GP, valid as the third round of the World motocross championship. In Beto Carrero the swiss team CLS Monster Kawasaki rider scored his first overall win in a GP and is also unexpectedly jumped to the top of the ranking which also sees his teammate, Dylan Ferrandis, third overall and great starring in both races on the red muddy ground of Brazil. Alessandro Lupino, after technical troubles in the first round, ending the second to eighth place.
Next Grand Prix motocross world championship April 13 in Italy, Arco di Trento (TN).
MX2 GP class. : 1. Arnaud Tonus (KAW),1+2 TCX rider; 2. Glenn Coldenhoff (SUZ), 5+1.; 3. Max Anstie (GBR, YAM), 4+4; 4. Dylan Ferrandis (KAW), 2+10 TCX rider;
MX2 World Championship standing: 1. Arnaud Tonus (SUI, KAW), 112 points; 2. Glenn Coldenhoff (NED, SUZ), 110 p.; 3. Dylan Ferrandis (FRA, KAW), 107 p
Back among the top positions of Moto2 class Esteve Rabat with his Kalex winner of the Qatar Grand Prix after a head-to-head, and the final sprint on the finish line, with the japanese Nakagami. For spanish VDS Racing Team rider 2014 season starts so great after a 2013 year season in wich already had seen him always among the first. British ace Sam Lowes, in his first race in Moto2 class, brings home a sixth place final but obviously for the 2013 WSS Champion needs to do more experience to become closer with its new speed up moto2 bike.
In the Moto3 class to report Alex Masbou author of a good heat where he took his Honda to an excellent seventh place overall.
Next round of the MotoGP World Championship April 13th with the U.S. Grand Prix in Austin - TX
MOTO2 Qatar: results
1 RABAT (SPA Marc VDS Racing Team Kalex) TCX RIDER
2 KALLIO (FIN Marc VDS Racing Team Kalex)
3 LUTHI (SWI Interwetten Paddock Moto2 Suter)
4 VIÑALES (SPA Pons HP 40 Kalex)
5 CORSI (ITA NGM Forward Racing Forward)
6 LOWES (GBR Speed Up Speed Up) TCX RIDER
MOTO3 Qatar: results
1 MILLER (AUS Red Bull KTM Ajo KTM )
2 MARQUEZ (SPA Estrella Galicia Honda)
3 VAZQUEZ (SPA SaxoPrint-RTG Honda)
4 OLIVEIRA (POR Mahindra Racing Mahindra)
5 RINS (SPA Estrella Galicia 0,0 Honda)
6 KORNFEIL (CZE Calvo Team KTM )
7 MASBOU (FRA Ongetta-Rivacold Honda) TCX RIDER
Amazing opening of the World Motocross Championship in Losail, Qatar, inside the road race International Circuit where the first round was run in the night time. Great results in the MX2 class for the CLS Monster Kawasaki riders with race victory for the "french boy" Dylan Ferrandis and second place for the swiss Arnaud Tonus both appeared already in great shape and very fast with their KXF and safe protagonists of the coming season. In the MXGP class Tommy Searle back from the Qatar with a sixth place overall and with an already pretty good race pace and faster which is going to be interesting for the next incoming rounds.
Next GP in Si Racha, Thailand, march 09.
MX2 - OVERALL
1. Herlings (NED, KTM) 1+2
2. Ferrandis (FRA, KAW) 1+6 TCX RIDER
3. Febvre (FRA, HUS) 4+5
4. Tonus (SUI, KAW), 7+2 TCX RIDER
MXGP - OVERALL
1. Paulin (FRA, KAW), 45 points;
2. Nagl (GER, HON), 43 p.;
3. Cairoli (ITA, KTM), 42 p.;
4. Frossard (FRA, KAW), 40 p.;
5. Van Horebeek (BEL, YAM), 32 p.;
6. Searle (GBR, KAW), 29 p.; TCX RIDER
38 years after the last victory by Giacomo Agostini's MV Agusta returns to the top of podium thanks to Jules Cluzel that takes his F3 to the winning in the opening round of the World Supersport in Phillip Island. For the frenchman, last year in the SBK class, this year under the russian team Yakhnich this is a very important victory indeed if we consider that its MV has returned to racing only last year showing its excellent reliability potential and competitiveness in front of all the japanese "blades"
WSSC Results 1st round - Phillip Island
1) Jules Cluzel (MV Agusta team Yakhnich)
2) Kevin Coghlan (DMC-Panavto Yamaha)
3) Raffaele De Rosa (Core PTR Honda)
With 13th and final stage, from La Serena to Valparaiso won by the spanish rider J. Barreda after the penalty to C. Despres, the 2014 Dakar rally has seen the final victory for facoty KTM rider M. Coma which has proved to be more concrete and constant overall during throughout the race and taking home deservedly his fourth overall win. Really troubled the race instead for Cyril Despres who pays dearly for the technical troubles of his Yamaha accused in the early days of the race, without which we are sure would have fought until the end of the title to its historical "friend" Coma. The Honda squadron places its CRF first to fifth place with Helder Rodrigues who paid a little more from the point of view of experience but due to its regularity 'is at the end the first of the Honda factory riders.
Dakar 2014, Stage 13:
1. Joan Barreda (ESP, Honda) +01:59:44
2. Olivier Pain (FRA, Yamaha) +00:00:40
3. Helder Rodrigues (PRT, Honda) +00:01:23
4. Juan Pedero Garcia (ESP, Sherco) +00:01:35
5. Cyril Despres (FRA, Yamaha) 00:02:30
1. Coma (ESP, KTM) 54:50:53 hrs
2. Viladoms (ESP, KTM) +01:52:27
3. Pain (FRA, Yamaha) +02:00:03
4. Despres (FRA, Yamaha) +02:00:38
5. Rodrigues (PRT, Honda) +02:11:09