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2017 Paris Supercross - U Arena Ergebnisse

Fotoreport - 20.11.2017
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1. Marvin Musquin (FRA) Red Bull KTM 2. Cole Seely (USA), Honda 3. Dean Wilson (GBR), Husqvarna

4. Zach Osborne (USA), Husqvarna

5. Cedric Soubeyras (FRA), Suzuki

MUSQUIN CONTINUES UNSTOPPABLE 2018 SX PREP WITH PARIS SUCCESS

Red Bull KTM’s Marvin Musquin earned his second major Supercross victory in the build-up to a highly anticipated 2018 AMA Supercross Championship by becoming ‘King of Paris’ for the second year in a row. The 27 year old satisfied the thousands of fans that filled the new U Arena in the French capital city on Saturday night and Sunday afternoon by running to the win in both 15 minute and 1 lap Main Events and starring in the Superfinal and Sprint dashes particular to the Paris spectacle that is now reached its 34th edition and was born in 1984. The recently-completed U Arena offered a vast platform and a wide floor for a track that was both challenging, hard-packed and ‘attackable’ and brought the meeting – Europe’s biggest Indoor motorcycle race – back to Paris after three years at the Stade Pierre Mauroy in Lille. Musquin dealt with the threat of Zach Osborne on Saturday and Cole Seely with his KTM 450 SX-F on Sunday as well as owning two of the four ‘Sprints’ and both Pole Positions for a comprehensive sweep of the meeting. Along with success in the Monster Energy Cup and the Red Bull Straight Rhythm ‘MM25’ has been invincible in the off-season period. Musquin: “I feel great even though it was a tough weekend. The level this year – and the track conditions – was so different and it made it tough on me, my bike and the body because of the dirt. I was not totally confident as Seely, Osborne, Wilson: those guys are great riders. The starts helped me. I lost two motos all weekend but got two Pole Positions and both Mains and that was the goal. The stadium was amazing and so were the crowd once again. For sure I miss this. I love racing in the US but nothing beats the home crowd. I could hear them every single lap and turn and that was special for me. My confidence is great.” 2015 MX2 World Champion Jordi Tixier was also back in ‘orange’ for the first time since his motocross title-winning campaign and with a new team prepped for the 2018 MXGP Grand Prix series. Tixier made his bow on the 450 SX-F with seventh position overall in Paris. Red Bull KTM will begin the 2018 AMA Supercross championship as reigning champions and the seventeen round show gets underway at the Angel Stadium, Anaheim on January 6th.

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Fotoreport - 20.04.2018
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Yamaha MT 03

Fotoreport - 15.04.2018
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Wheelie-Training powered by EMX-Park

Fotoreport - 12.04.2018
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KTM Freeride E Stunt

Fotoreport - 11.04.2018
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Motorex Erzbergrodeo

Fotoreport - 10.04.2018
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Marquez räumt Rossi ab

Fotoreport - 08.04.2018
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Motogp Argentinien

Fotoreport - 08.04.2018
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KTM RC 390 Duke Doppelt gemoppelt

Fotoreport - 08.04.2018
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Dieter Rudolf testet die neue KTM Freeride E

Fotoreport - 06.04.2018
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Benzin Bike

Fotoreport - 03.04.2018
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Bewerbung KTM 790 Battle Rainer Schellenhuber

Fotoreport - 28.03.2018
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Bewerbung KTM Super Duke Battle Birger

Fotoreport - 28.03.2018
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Bewerbung KTM 790 Battle Sandra Albrecht

Fotoreport - 28.03.2018
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Bewerbung KTM 790 Battle Tanja Bürscher

Fotoreport - 27.03.2018
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Bewerbung KTM 790 Battle Mario Klepatsch

Fotoreport - 27.03.2018
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Bewerbung KTM 790 Battle Norbert Wiesinger

Fotoreport - 27.03.2018
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Bewerbung KTM 790 Battle Daniel

Fotoreport - 24.03.2018
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