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27-Sep-2010
USA WINS 2010 MX OF NATIONS & AUSTRALIA RUN 6th - WELL DONE BOYS!!! AWESOME RESULT

 


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Team USA wins Red Bull Motocross of Nations, Australia sixth - WELL DONE BOYS!!!!


Posted: Monday, 27th September, 2010 : 12:08 PM - - 1,470 Reads

 
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Team USA, Ryan Dungey, Andrew Short and Trey Canard have captured their twenty first Chamberlin Trophy after claiming the 64th edition of the Motocross of Nations at Denver, Colorado in the USA, overnight.

Andrew Short finished secind in the last moto to Dungey to put a team USA win beyond doubt. Photo: Rice Photography
 
Going into the final MX1 and Open class moto the American's were behind Germany, who at the hands of MX2 rider Ken Roczen and Max Nagl were in the prime spot.

After Andrew Short was dispatched to the dirt by winner Ben Townley in the previous MX2 and Open class race the Denver native came out firing in the final and with team leader Ryan Dungey went 1-2 to take a seven point nations win over Belgium. With Nagl crashing out of the final race the Germans were left with third place.

Australia's fortunes were on a roller coaster for most of the day. Brett Metcalfe took a third and a fifth to give his team a solid footing.

Jay Marmont finished 18-10. While it doesn't look good on paper the Australian Champion was running in eight in his first race until American Trey Canard landed on him in the last lap whilst he was running eight. Had that not happened even with Dean Ferris's 18-27 result the team would have tied for third.

The race winners were Ryan Dungey (MX1+MX2), Ben Townley (MX2+Open) and Ryan Dungey (MX1+Open).

Class winner were Dungey in the MX1 class with his two wins, Gemany's Ken Roczen with and impressive 6-3 results as the MX2 class rider and Belgian Clement Desalle won the Open class with 4-3 scores.

Main Photo: Team USA's Ryan Dungey took two wins Photo: Rice Photography

Nations Classification
1 USA 23
2 Belgium 30
3 Germany 44
4 Great Britain 45
5 Italy 50
6 Australia 54
7 France 71
8 New Zealand 90
9 Portugal 94
10 Puerto Rico 99
11 Switzerland 102
12 Austria 109
13 Spain 115
14 Finland 116
15 Estonia 118
16 Canada 119
17 Latvia 121
18 Brazil 123
19 Japan 128
20 Ireland 142
 

Dean Ferris tangles with Trey Canard in the opening race. Photo: Rice Photography
 
Results Race 1 (MX1 + MX2)
1 Dungey, Ryan USA
2 Cairoli, Antonio ITA
3 Metcalfe, Brett AUS
4 Barragan, Jonathan ESP
5 Paulin, Gautier FRA
6 Roczen, Ken GER
7 Ramon, Steve BEL
8 Wilson, Dean GBR
9 Goncalves, Rui POR
10 Leok, Tanel EST
11 Coppins, Joshua NZL
12 Canard, Trey USA
13 van Horebeek, Jeremy BEL
14 Schiffer, Marcus GER
15 Osborne, Zach PUR
16 Karro, Matiss LAT
17 Walkner, Matthias AUT
18 Ferris, Dean AUS
19 Kullas, Harri FIN
20 Lupino, Alessandro ITA
21 Medaglia, Jeremy CAN
22 Butron, Jose Antonio ESP
23 Steinbergs, Ivo LAT
24 Rauchenecker, Pascal AUT
25 Benoit, Kaven CAN
26 Eriksson, Toni FIN
27 Rätsep, Priit EST
28 Guillod, Valentin SUI
29 Groombridge, Brad NZL
30 Mihara, Takuya JPN
31 Basaula, Hugo POR
32 Barr, Martin IRL
33 Edmonds, Stuart IRL
34 Castro, Cristopher BRA
35 Cidade, Anderson BRA
36 Ruiz, Christian PUR
37 Nicholls, Jake GBR
38 Narita, Akira JPN
39 Musquin, Marvin FRA
40 Wicht, Gregory SUI

Brett Metcalfe took a third and a fifth to be Australia's top scorer. Credit: Rice Photography
 
Results Race 1 (MX2 + Open)
1 Townley, Ben NZL
2 Regal, Kyle PUR
3 Roczen, Ken GER
4 Desalle, Clement BEL
5 Nagl, Maximilian GER
6 Wilson, Dean GBR
7 Canard, Trey USA
8 Anderson, Brad GBR
9 Monni, Manuel ITA
10 van Horebeek, Jeremy BEL
11 Boog, Xavier FRA
12 Balbi, Antonio BRA
13 Short, Andrew USA
14 Osborne, Zach PUR
15 Atsuta, Yoshitaka JPN
16 Tonus, Arnaud SUI
17 Keast, Kyle CAN
18 Marmont, Jay AUS
19 Kullas, Harri FIN
20 Karro, Matiss LAT
21 Lozano, Alvaro ESP
22 Correia, Luis POR
23 Crockard, Gordon IRL
24 Rauchenecker, Pascal AUT
25 Lupino, Alessandro ITA
26 Krestinov, Gert EST
27 Ferris, Dean AUS
28 Guillod, Valentin SUI
29 Basaula, Hugo POR
30 Mihara, Takuya JPN
31 Söderberg, Jon FIN
32 Castro, Cristopher BRA
33 Benoit, Kaven CAN
34 Barr, Martin IRL
35 Rätsep, Priit EST
36 Groombridge, Brad NZL
37 Freibergs, Lauris LAT
38 Schmidinger, Günter AUT
39 Butron, Jose Antonio ESP
40 Musquin, Marvin FRA KTM

 

Jay Marmont was up to eight at one stage until Trey Canard landed on him on the last lap. Photo: Rice Photography.
 
Results Race 1 (MX1 + Open)
1 Dungey, Ryan USA
2 Short, Andrew USA
3 Desalle, Clement BEL
4 Cairoli, Antonio ITA
5 Metcalfe, Brett AUS
6 Ramon, Steve BEL
7 Boog, Xavier FRA
8 Tonus, Arnaud SUI
9 Paulin, Gautier FRA
10 Marmont, Jay AUS
11 Anderson, Brad GBR
12 Nicholls, Jake GBR
13 Goncalves, Rui POR
14 Coppins, Joshua NZL
15 Monni, Manuel ITA
16 Schiffer, Marcus GER
17 Balbi, Antonio BRA
18 Walkner, Matthias AUT
19 Atsuta, Yoshitaka JPN
20 Leok, Tanel EST
21 Correia, Luis POR
22 Wicht, Gregory SUI
23 Keast, Kyle CAN
24 Crockard, Gordon IRL
25 Eriksson, Toni FIN
26 Schmidinger, Günter AUT
27 Söderberg, Jon FIN
28 Cidade, Anderson BRA
29 Steinbergs, Ivo LAT
30 Edmonds, Stuart IRL
31 Lozano, Alvaro ESP
32 Ruiz, Christian PUR
33 Freibergs, Lauris LAT
34 Narita, Akira JPN
35 Townley, Ben NZL
36 Regal, Kyle PUR
37 Barragan, Jonathan ESP
38 Krestinov, Gert EST
39 Nagl, Maximilian GER