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GP DU MEXIQUE : LES PILOTES REFUSENT DE PRENDRE LE DÉPART DES QUALIFICATIONS..!

En raison de la présence persistante de fortes poussières sur le circuit rendant celui-ci très (trop..) dangereux à rouler, les Pilotes ont décidé majoritairement de boycotter leurs manches respectives qualificatives.. Aux dernières nouvelles, l’organisation chercherait des solutions pour demain, voici toutefois ce qui semble être la grille de départ de ce dimanche sauf si les organisateurs décidaient de faire re-rouler ces qualifications durant les prochaines heures ou demain.. (!)

À signaler également qu’on aurait découvert un corps à côté du circuit et que des Pilotes comme Philippaerts ou encore Christophe Charlier auraient été les victimes de vols (argent, tel, passeport..), que du bonheur..

MX1 MANCHE QUALIFICATIVE
Pos Rider Nat. Fed. Team Motorcycle Total Tm. Gap1 Speed Points

1 63 FERNANDEZ, Rodolfo USA FNMG Yamaha 24:12.213 0.000 42.54
2 62 GARCIA, Martin MEX FMM KTM 24:22.066 9.853 42.25
3 156 MEJIA, Raynear DOM FDM Kawasaki 24:24.656 12.443 42.18
4 54 FARFAN, Mario MEX FMM Honda 25:39.068 1:26.855 40.14
5 53 GARCIA, Donovan MEX FMM Honda 25:51.618 1:39.405 39.81
6 56 VAZQUEZ, Giuzepe MEX FMM Yamaha 26:03.747 1:51.534 39.51
7 57 RODRIGUEZ, Samir MEX FMM Yamaha 26:04.040 1:51.827 39.50
8 58 MENDOZA, Diego MEX FMM Honda 26:19.492 2:07.279 39.11
9 60 ROSALES, Jesus MEX FMM Yamaha 24:40.780 -1 Lap 37.93
10 59 GUZMAN, Jose Luis MEX FMM Kawasaki 26:13.899 1:33.119 35.68
4 LEOK, Tanel EST EMF Rockstar Energy Suzuki WorlSd uMzXu1ki did not start
7 BARRAGAN, Jonathan ESP RFME LS Honda Racing Honda did not start
9 DE DYCKER, Ken BEL FMB Red Bull KTM Factory RacingKTM did not start
11 POURCEL, Sebastien FRA FFM CP377 Monster Energy Pro CKircauwitasaki did not start
19 PHILIPPAERTS, David ITA FMI Monster Energy Yamaha Yamaha did not start
21 PAULIN, Gautier FRA FFM Kawasaki Racing Team Kawasaki did not start
22 STRIJBOS, Kevin BEL FMB HM Plant KTM UK KTM did not start
24 SIMPSON, Shaun GBR ACU Monster Energy Yamaha Yamaha did not start
25 DESALLE, Clement BEL FMB Rockstar Energy Suzuki WorlSd uMzXu1ki did not start
39 GUARNERI, Davide ITA FMI KTM Silver Action KTM did not start
42 PARKER, Nathan GBR ACU Team STR KTM KTM did not start
67 TIAINEN, Santtu FIN SML ICE1 Racing Kawasaki did not start
91 KARRO, Matiss LAT LAMSF Team STR KTM KTM did not start
111 FERRIS, Dean AUS MA ICE1 Racing Kawasaki did not start
121 BOOG, Xavier FRA FFM Kawasaki Racing Team Kawasaki did not start
183 FROSSARD, Steven FRA FFM Monster Energy Yamaha Yamaha did not start
222 CAIROLI, Antonio ITA FMI Red Bull KTM Factory RacingKTM did not start
377 POURCEL, Christophe FRA FFM CP377 Monster Energy Pro CKircauwitasaki did not start
777 BOBRYSHEV, Evgeny RUS MFR Honda World Motocross Honda did not start
999 GONCALVES, Rui POR FMP Honda World Motocross Honda did not start

MX2 MANCHE QUALIFICATIVE
Pos Rider Nat. Fed. Team Motorcycle Total Tm. Gap1 Speed Points

1 170 LEIB, Michael USA AMA Monster Energy Yamaha Yamaha 25:29.932 0.000 44.05
2 6 ANSTIE, Max GBR AMA Honda Gariboldi – Esta Honda 25:48.912 18.980 43.51
3 61 SALAZAR, Jetro PER FPEM KTM 26:12.870 42.938 42.85
4 54 RUELAS, Luis MEX FMM Kawasaki 25:49.891 -1 Lap 39.86
5 57 OROS, Carlos MEX FMM Kawasaki 26:41.298 51.407 38.58
6 793 VIEYRA, Brandon MEX FMM Suzuki 26:50.928 1:01.037 38.35
7 55 AGUILAR, Alvaro MEX FMM KTM 26:51.852 1:01.961 38.33
8 53 SANCHEZ, Pablo MEX FMM Yamaha 27:32.723 1:42.832 37.38
9 60 NUNGARAY, Erick MEX FMM Suzuki 26:00.287 -2 Laps 35.99
10 56 MEJIA, Javier MEX FMM Yamaha 27:38.541 1:38.254 33.86
11 230 ALANIS, Ruben MEX FMM KTM 0.000 -12 Laps 0.00
17 BUTRON, Jose ESP RFME DIGA Racing KTM KTM did not start
22 FERRANDIS, Dylan FRA FFM Rockstar Bud Racing KawasaKkiawasaki did not start
23 CHARLIER, Christophe FRA FFM Monster Energy Yamaha Yamaha did not start
25 COLDENHOFF, Glenn NED KNMV Nestaan JM Racing KTM KTM did not start
33 LIEBER, Julien BEL FMB LRT Motorsports KTM did not start
34 ROELANTS, Joel BEL FMB Floride Monster Energy Pro CKircauwitasaki did not start
37 TEILLET, Valentin FRA FFM Rockstar Bud Racing KawasaKkiawasaki did not start
45 NICHOLLS, Jake GBR ACU Nestaan JM Racing KTM KTM did not start
77 LUPINO, Alessandro ITA FMI Husqvarna-Ricci Racing Husqvarna did not start
84 HERLINGS, Jeffrey NED KNMV Red Bull KTM Factory RacingKTM did not start
89 VAN HOREBEEK, Jeremy BEL FMB Red Bull KTM Factory RacingKTM did not start
100 SEARLE, Tommy GBR ACU Floride Monster Energy Pro CKircauwitasaki did not start
151 KULLAS, Harri FIN SML Rockstar Energy Suzuki EuroSpeuzuki did not start
152 PETROV, Petar BUL BMF Rockstar Energy Suzuki EuroSpeuzuki did not start
173 GUILLOD, Valentin SUI FMS KTM Scott Racing Team KTM did not start
249 LARSEN, Nikolaj DEN DMU Standing Construct Suzuki RaScuinzgu MkiX2 did not start
911 TIXIER, Jordi FRA FFM Red Bull KTM Factory RacingKTM did not start

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6 commentaires sur “GP DU MEXIQUE : LES PILOTES REFUSENT DE PRENDRE LE DÉPART DES QUALIFICATIONS..!”

  1. Devotee dit :

    MX3 Race 1 Results – 1. Gercar Klemen (SLO, Honda), 34:07.490; 2. Irt Matevz (SLO, Suzuki), 34:10.248; 3. Staufer Michael (AUT, KTM), 34:11.869; 4. Michek Martin (CZE, KTM), 34:12.920; 5. Walkner Matthias (AUT, KTM), 34:28.079; 6. Pyrhonen Antti (FIN, Honda), 34:34. 746; 7. Schmidinger Gunter (AUT, Honda), 34:40.048, 8. Lonka Lukasz (POL, Honda), 34:49.768; 9. Bartoš Petr (CZE, KTM), 34:51.125; 10. Söderberg Ludvig (FIN, Honda), 34:52.445

    MX3 Race 2 Results – 1. Michek Martin (CZE, KTM), 33:54.039; 2. Schmidinger Gunter (AUT, Honda), 33:55.637; 3. Klein Kromhof Ceriel (NED, Honda), 4. Walkner Matthias (AUT, KTM), 34:09. 807; 5. Pyrhonen Antti (FIN, Honda), 34:14.825; 6. Klemen Gercar (SLO, Honda), 34:15.735; 7. Irt Matevz (SLO, Suzuki), 34:16.261; 8. Bartoš Petr (CZE, KTM); 9. Michalec Petr (CZE, Honda), 34:35.428; 10. Staufer Michael (AUT, KTM), 34:53.110

    MX3 Overall Classification – 1. Martin Michek (CZE, KTM), 43 points2. Gercar Klemen (SLO, Honda), 40 p.3. Günter Schmidinger (AUT, Honda), 36 p.4. Matevz Irt (SLO, Suzuki), 36 p.5. Matthias Walkner (AUT, KTM), 34 p.6. Antti Pyrhönen (FIN, Honda), 31 p.7. Michael Staufer (AUT, KTM), 31 p.8. Ceriel Klein Kromhof (NED, Honda), 29 p.9. Petr Bartos (CZE, KTM), 25 p.10. Petr Michalec (CZE, Honda), 22 p.

    MX3 Championship Classification – 1. Matthias Walkner (AUT, KTM), 95 points2. Günter Schmidinger (AUT, Honda), 88 p.3. Antti Pyrhönen (FIN, Honda), 87 p.4. Martin Michek (CZE, KTM), 74 p.5. Gercar Klemen (SLO, Honda), 73 p.6. Lukasz Lonka (POL, Honda), 72 p.7. Michael Staufer (AUT, KTM), 53 p.8. Ceriel Klein Kromhof (NED, Honda), 49 p.9. Cedric Soubeyras (FRA, Honda), 47 p.10. Kevin Wouts (BEL, Kawasaki), 47 p.

  2. Devotee dit :

    Pour ceux que ça intéresse les résultats des qualifs’ du MX3 en Bulgarie..

    MX3 Qualifying Practice results – 1. Martin Michek (CZE, KTM), 1:43.704; 2. Matevz Irt (SLO, Suzuki), +0:00.261; 3. Michael Staufer (AUT, KTM), +0:00.682; 4. Antti Pyrhönen (FIN, Honda), +0:01.007; 5. Günter Schmidinger (AUT, Honda), +0:01.151; 6. Gercar Klemen (SLO, Honda), +0:01.213; 7. Ceriel Klein Kromhof (NED, Honda), +0:01.226; 8. Ludvig Söderberg (FIN, Honda), +0:02.399; 9. Petr Bartos (CZE, KTM), +0:02.704; 10. Lukasz Lonka (POL, Honda), +0:02.901

  3. Devotee dit :

    « GUADAJARA (Mexico), 12 May 2012 – The Mexican Grand Prix started today at Nicolas España’s track in Guadalajara and Rodolfo Fernández and Michael Leib won the MX1 and MX2 qualifying races respectively. The big crowd present today were not only locals, but people from different parts of Mexico and even South America, as having the FIM Motocross World Championship in Mexico is a unique opportunity for them to see the best motocross riders in the world.

    MX1
    Rodolfo Fernández, who was born in the USA but he moved to Guatemala since he was five, took an excellent start in the qualifying race and he managed to lead the heat until the chequered flag with almost ten minutes difference from second qualified Martin García. Fernández is very excited to taking part in the Mexican GP and he expects to do a good result tomorrow during the main heats.

    Home rider Martin García was able to finish second but he admitted that he made several mistakes during the race and regretted not having been able to follow Fernández. García has been twice the national champion and he is the current leader of the Mexican series, so he is looking forward to tomorrow’s races to finish among the top 10 or top 15 best MX1 riders.

    Raynear Mejia from the Dominican Republic made a solid race and managed to keep his third initial position until he crossed the finish line. Mejia explained that so far he is enjoying a lot his experience in the World Championship and he was very grateful to his team to have offered him to take part in the fourth round of the FIM Motocross World Championship.

    Mexicans Mario Farfan and Donovan García completed the top five of the MX1 qualifying race.

    The following MX1 riders decided not line up for the qualifying race: Leok, Barragán, De Dycker, Sebastién Pourcel, Philippaerts, Paulin, Strijbos, Simpson, Desalle, Guarneri, Parker, Tiainen, Karro, Ferris, Boog, Frossard, Cairoli, Christophe Pourcel, Evgeny Bobryshev and Rui Gonçalves.

    The MX1 staring list for tomorrow will be as follows: Fernández, Martin García, Mejia, Farfan, Donovan Garcia, Vázquez, Rodríguez, Mendoza, Rosales, Guzman, Cairoli, Boog, Christophe Pourcel, Desalle, Simpson, Philippaerts, De Dycker, Leok, Frossard, Paulin, Guarneri, Barragán, Sebastien Pourcel, Karro, Strijbos, Gonçalves, Ferris, Parker and Tiaien.

    Evgeny Bobryshev is almost recovered from his thumb injury but he is now also battling with a cough he picked up at the beginning of the week, which has developed into an illness that will prevent him from riding the Mexican Grand Prix.

    MX1 Qualifying Race top ten: 1. Rodolfo Fernandez (USA, Yamaha), 24:12.213; ; 2. Martin Garcia (MEX, KTM), +0:09.853; 3. Raynear Mejia (DOM, Kawasaki), +0:12.443; 4. Mario Farfan (MEX, Honda), +1:26.855; 5. Donovan Garcia (MEX, Honda), +1:39.405; 6. Giuzepe Vazquez (MEX, Yamaha), +1:51.534; 7. Samir Rodriguez (MEX, Yamaha), +1:51.827; 8. Diego Mendoza (MEX, Honda), +2:07.279; 9. Jesus Rosales (MEX, Yamaha), -1 lap(s); 10. Jose Luis Guzman (MEX, Kawasaki), -1 lap(s);

    MX2
    Monster Energy Yamaha’s Leib won his maiden MX2 qualifying race today in Guadalajara and he will be the first one to choose the starting position tomorrow before the main races. The American rode safe today and he is looking forward to repeating a top three result this weekend as he did in Fermo two weeks ago.

    Second in the qualifying race was Honda Gariboldi – Esta’s Anstie, who rode a solid race from beginning to end. Anstie enjoyed racing the qualifying heat and he is looking forward to racing tomorrow.

    Third qualified was Peruvian Jetro Salazar, who admitted that he is not used to the demanding FIM Motocross World Championship tracks, but that it has been a really good experience so far. He was very satisfied with the third position in the qualifying race, but he knows that it is going to be more difficult tomorrow, but he is looking forward to racing tomorrow in Guadalajara.

    Mexicans Ruelas and Oros completed the top five of the MX2 qualifying race.

    The following MX2 riders decided not line up for the qualifying race: Butrón, Ferrandis, Charlier, Coldenhoff, Lieber, Roelants, Teillet, Nicholls, Lupino, Herlings, Van Horebeek, Searle, Kullas, Petrov, Guillod, Larsen, Tixier.

    The MX2 staring list for tomorrow will be as follows: Leib, Anstie, Salazar, Ruelas, Oro, Vieyra, Aguilar, Sanchez, Nungaray, Mejia, Herlings, Searle, Van Horebeek, Teillet, Ferrandis, Petrov, Lupino, Roelants, Tixier, Nicholls, Coldenhoff, Charlier, Butron, Kullas, Guillod, Larsen, Lieber.

    MX2 Qualifying Race top ten: 1. Michael Leib (USA, Yamaha), 25:29.932; ; 2. Max Anstie (GBR, Honda), +0:18.980; 3. Jetro Salazar (PER, KTM), +0:42.938; 4. Luis Ruelas (MEX, Kawasaki), -1 lap(s); 5. Carlos Oros (MEX, Kawasaki), -1 lap(s); 6. Brandon Vieyra (MEX, Suzuki), -1 lap(s); 7. Alvaro Aguilar (MEX, KTM), -1 lap(s); 8. Pablo Sanchez (MEX, Yamaha), -1 lap(s); 9. Erick Nungaray (MEX, Suzuki), -2 lap(s); 10. Javier Mejia (MEX, Yamaha), -2 lap(s); 11. Ruben Alanis (MEX, KTM), -12 lap(s);

    Quotes from the qualifying winners:

    MX1 qualifying winner Rodolfo Fernández: “I’m very happy to be here and be able to take part in this race. In Guatemala we don’t have this track layout but I usually go to the States to take part in the Nationals, so there they have big jumps and I’m used to them, and I’ve also taken part in a couple of Motocross of Nations for Guatemala. From what I’ve heard the riders did not want to race because of the track conditions were not good, my opinion is that the track was ok to race and this is why I lined up. The organization builds the track safe and I thought that the track was in perfect conditions to be honest.”

    MX2 qualifying race Michael Leib: “I can understand a little more the decision of the riders but at the same time the track was not absolutely wrong. I didn’t race really hard today but I have a good pick up tomorrow, so I hope to be on the podium as I did in Fermo.”

    Quotation from Special Guest:

    Two Time FIM Motocross World Champion and member of the Mexican Grand Prix Organizing Committee Sebastien Tortelli: “The riders took a decision not to race as a group, so it was their choice. I think the track was not as bad as they were saying. We are all professionals and I think that was not an entire professional choice, we’ve been working really hard to organize this GP and it is one of the best tracks in Mexico in these days. In the end it’s a question of communication, if they don’t want to race I can understand, but we need to find a solution, but the solution that happened today I don’t think it was the best one. We’ll do our best for tomorrow, as we have more material coming in to make it better. I’m also surprised because yesterday everybody when they saw the track they liked it, and then they came to me today saying that the lay out was not good, so that’s a big change in only one day.”

    GP OF MEXICO – QUICK FACTS
    Circuit length: 1560
    Type of ground: intermediate ground
    Temperature: 35° C
    Weather conditions: sunny »

  4. estelle61 dit :

    ce matin encore 5 corps de découvert ( source CP377)

  5. papyrus dit :

    franchement,comme si la caravanne des gp avait besoin d’aller dans des pays comme cela.merci qui?????merci porcelaid

  6. estelle61 dit :

    j’ai appri aussi qu’il n yavait pas d’ambulance ( souce cp377)