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"Lonely" victory for Sam Lowes in the German round of the 600cc World Supersport Championship. At the Nurburgring the Yakhnich Yamaha rider after the crash of turkish rider Ken Sofoglu, had no problems for the whole race so going 'to win the fifth win of the season consolidating the leading of the overall ranking now that the sees first with 54 points ahead right on the turkish kawasaki rider.


Nurburgring - WSS Championship - Race

1. Lowes (Yamaha)
2. Foret (Kawasaki)
3. Coghlan (Kawasaki)


First podium of the 2013 season for Jules Cluzel during the UK round of the World Superbike Championship. In Silverstone,  the Fixi Crescent Suzuki rider was the author of a sensational second heat ended in second place in a race suspended due to the sudden rain fall on the English circuit which has forced the organizers to expose the red flag.

In the World Supersport champ. Sam Lowes instead gave once again show on track thanks to the battle with the turkish Ken Sofoglu with the race ended on the last lap with a contact where the 22 years old english has a crash: after contact between the two, Lowes is over on the ground with turkish Kawasaki final winner.  Lowes still leads the overall standings with 29 points lead over Sofoglu.

Excellent performances of the TCX riders also in the World motocross Championship: in Loket, Czech Republic, Alessandro Lupino closes the MX2 GP with a 2-8 while in MX1 Tommy Searle always very constant and close to the first returns from Loket with a 5-8 and a sixth place in the overall standings with ony three rounds to go.


MX1 Overall : 1. Clement Desalle (BEL, Suzuki), 50 points; 2. Kevin Strijbos (BEL, Suzuki), 40 p.; 3. Evgeny Bobryshev (RUS, Honda), 36 p.; 4. Ken de Dycker (BEL, KTM), 35 p.; 5. Antonio Cairoli (ITA, KTM), 32 p.; 6. Tommy Searle (GBR, Kawasaki), 29 p.

MX2 Overall : 1. Jeffrey Herlings (NED, KTM), 50 points; 2. Christophe Charlier (FRA, Yamaha), 40 p.; 3. Aleksandr Tonkov (RUS, Honda), 38 p.; 4. Alessandro Lupino (ITA, Kawasaki), 35 p.;

1. Sofoglu (MAHI Racing Team India) Kawasaki
2. Sam Lowes(Yakhnich Motorsport) Yamaha
3. Foret (MAHI Racing Team India) 


ROMANIACS 2013 by J. Walker

Considered one of the hardest race of the enduro world the 2013 Red Bull Romaniacs ended up after a four tough race days through mud and rain with the victory english ace Jarvis with "our" Jonny Walker closing in 4th place overall

Final overall results
1, Jarvis, UK, Husaberg, 23 hours 46 minutes 55 seconds
2, Gomez, Spain, Husaberg, 24:32:21
3, Lettenbichler, Germany, Husqvarna, 24:46:57
4, Jonny Walker, Britain, KTM, 24:50:46


The sixth round of the Enduro World Championship in Kastoria, in the Greece, gave the first final titles. After the one of the UK young gun  McCanney here is the confirmations of last year's champions Meo and Nambotin respectively in E1 and E3 classes literally dominated by the two french champion of the KTM farioli team. In the E2 1-2 for "pela" Renet that keep on the run-up to frontrunner Salvini now posted ahead 33 points.


E1 Results
1, Antoine Meo, FRA, KTM, (1 – 1) TCX RIDER
2, Guerrero, Spain, KTM, (2 – 2) TCX RIDER

E1 Standings 
1, Anotine Meo, 231 2013 World Champion TCX RIDER


E2 Results
1, Alex Salvini, Italy, HM-Honda, (2 – 1)
2, Pierre-Alexandre Renet, France, Husaberg, (1 – 2) TCX RIDER

E2 Standings 
1, Alex Salvini, 223
2, Pierre-Alexandre Renet, 190 TCX RIDER


E3 Results
1, Christophe Nambotin, France, KTM, (1 – 1) TCX RIDER
2, Mathias Bellino, France, Husaberg, (3 – 2) TCX RIDER

E3 Standings
1, Christophe Nambotin, 230 TCX RIDER
2, Aigar Leok, 171
3, Joakim Ljunggren, 161 TCX RIDER


Thanks to a 6-2 in the heats Alessandro Lupino won the final podium in the MX2 GP of Italy. For the CLS Kawasaki rider seem solved physical problems accused in the past GP and it looks so motivated to come back in the top positions. For his teammate Tommy Searle with  a 7-5 in MX1 (after a strong second in qualifying on Saturday) confirms that the rookie class is still practicing with the 450 and it is always very regular at every GP. Next roun with the world motocross championship in the next two weeks in Uddevalla, Sweden.

In Bazau, Romania, has instead run the fourth round of the WEC where  TCX riders once again dominated almost all categories starting with the young english young gun "husky" powered Jamie McCanney that in EY with a 1-1 won the world title in advance. In the E1 and E3 Antoine Meo and Christophe Nambotin scored two peremptory 1-1 that throw them now pours the reconfirmation of their world title while in E2 "pela" Renet always in pursuit of strong Salvini.



E1 Results
1, Antoine Meo, France, KTM, (1 – 1) TCX RIDER
2, Juha Salminen, Finland, Husqvarna, (2 – 2)
3, Cristobal Guerrero, Spain, KTM, (3 – 3) TCX RIDER

E1 Standings after Round 10
1, Antoine Meo, 191
2, Juha Salminen, 150
3, Matti Seistola, 141

E2 Results
1, Alex Salvini, Italy, HM-Honda, (2 – 1)
2, Pierre-Alexandre Renet, France, Husaberg, (3 – 2) TCX RIDER
3, Johnny Aubert, France, KTM, (1 – 3)

E2 Standings after Round 10
1, Alex Salvini, 186
2, Ivan Cervantes, 160
3, Pierre-Alexandre Renet, 153

E3 Results
1, Christophe Nambotin, France, KTM, (1 – 1) TCX RIDER
2, Mathias Bellino, France, Husaberg, (2 – 2) TCX RIDER
3, Aigar Leok, Estonia, TM, (3 – 3)

E3 Standings after Round 10
1, Christophe Nambotin, 190
2, Aigar Leok, 145
3, Joakim Ljunggren, 139

EJ Results
1, Matthew Philips, Australia, Husqvarna, (2 – 1)
2, Mario Roman, Spain, Husaberg, (1 – 2) TCX RIDER
3, Loic Larrieu, France, Husaberg, (9 - 3)  TCX RIDER

EJ Standings after Round 10
1, Matthew Philips, 180
2, Giacomo Redondi, 150
3, Daniel McCanney, 128

Youth Cup
1, Jamie McCanney, Great Britain, Husaberg, (1 – 1)  TCX RIDER
2, Albin Elowson, Sweden, Husaberg, (2 – 2)
3, Benjamin Herrera, Chile, TM, (3 – 3)

Youth Cup Standings after Round 10
1, Jamie McCanney, 194
2, Albin Elowson, 144
3, Benjamin Herrera, 132