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Hawkstone International: Results

Hawkstone International: Results
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In the first MX2 moto it was Pauls Jonass who stole the show as he comfortably won from Rockstar Husky duo Thomas Covington and Thomas Kjer Olsen. Ben Watson put in a very impressive ride finishing in fourth ahead of one of the favourites for the title, Jeremy Seewer.

Just like in moto one, Jonass grabbed the win ahead of another Husky but this time it was Thomas Kjer Olsen who crossed the line in second and that give him second overall. The two Suzuki’s of Hunter Lawrence and Jeremy Seewer both improved in the second moto and crossed the line in third and fourth.

See below for the MX2 results!

MX2 Moto one: 

  1. Pauls Jonass
  2. Thomas Covington
  3. Thomas Kjer-Olsen
  4. Ben Watson
  5. Jeremy Seewer
  6. Hunter Lawrence
  7. Jake Millward
  8. Bas Vaessen
  9. Mel Pocock
  10. Freek van der Vlist
  11. Conrad Mewse
  12. Lars Van Berkel
  13. Adam Sterry
  14. Gavin Stevenson
  15. Like Norris
  16. Jago Geerts
  17. Lewis Tombs
  18. Taylor Hammal
  19. Hardi Roosiorg
  20. Lars Griekspoor

MX2 Moto Two: 

  1. Pauls Jonass
  2. Thomas Kjer-Olsen
  3. Hunter Lawrence
  4. Jeremy Seewer
  5. Conrad Mewse
  6. Thomas Covington
  7. Bas Vaessen
  8. Adam Sterry
  9. Lars Van Berkel
  10. Ben Watson
  11. Jake Millward
  12. Mel Pocock
  13. Liam Knight
  14. Freek van der Vlist
  15. Hardi Roosiorg
  16. Gavin Stevenson
  17. Luke Norris
  18. Lewis Tombs
  19. Taylor Hammal
  20. Lars Griekspoor

MX2 overall: 

  1. Pauls Jonass
  2. Thomas Kjer Olsen
  3. Thomas Covington
  4. Hunter Lawrence
  5. Jeremy Seewer

The Rockstar Ice One Husqvarna team got their season under way in Italy last weekend but this weekend they are competing at Hawkstone instead. MXGP rookie, Max Anstie is showing he could be a real threat in the class as he won the first MX1 moto ahead of his team mate, Max Nagl. MXGP Suzuki duo, Arminas Jasikonis and Kevin Strijbos finished in third and fourth respectively.

MX1 Moto One: 

  1. Max Anstie
  2. Max Nagl
  3. Arminas Jasikonis
  4. Kevin Strijbos
  5. Jake Nicholls
  6. Gautier Paulin
  7. Nathan Watson
  8. Brad Anderson
  9. Mike Kras
  10. Clement Desalle
  11. Jamie Law
  12. Dan Thornhill
  13. Rob Holyoake
  14. Ashton Dickinson
  15. Chubbie Hammond
  16. Jaap Corneth
  17. Corie Southwood
  18. Johnjoe Wright
  19. Harry Bradley
  20. Rob Wood

Another Max won the second MX1 moto but this time it was Max Nagl and his team mate, Gautier Paulin finished in second, finally a good moto from Paulin in pre-season! There was a good battle for third with Desalle just edging out Jasikonis and race one winner, Max Anstie.

MX1 Moto Two: 

  1. Max Nagl
  2. Gautier Paulin
  3. Clement Desalle
  4. Arminas Jasikonis
  5. Max Anstie
  6. Kevin Strijbos
  7. Nathan Watson
  8. Shaun Simpson
  9. Mike Kras
  10. Dan Thornhill
  11. Chubbie Hammond
  12. Rob Holyoake
  13. Jaap Corneth
  14. Corie Southwood
  15. Harry Bradley
  16. Corey Hockey
  17. Ben Margetson
  18. Barry Turnbull
  19. Rob Wood
  20. Chris Nuttall

MX1 overall: 

  1. Max Nagl
  2. Max Anstie
  3. Arminas Jasikonis
  4. Gautier Paulin
  5. Kevin Strijbos

Max Nagl who won the MX1 class also won the super-final moto so it was a great day for the German. Jordi Tixier who suffered from two DNF’s put in a good ride for second, his speed is definitely good and he edged out Max Anstie.

Pauls Jonass was the first MX2 rider across the line from Thomas Kjer Olsen and Hunter Lawrence.

Super-final moto:

  1. Max Nagl
  2. Jordi Tixier
  3. Max Anstie
  4. Kevin Strijbos
  5. Pauls Jonass
  6. Thomas Kjer Olsen
  7. Clement Desalle
  8. Nathan Watson
  9. Arminas Jasikonis
  10. Jake Nicholls
  11. Hunter Lawrence
  12. Gautier Paulin
  13. Ben Watson
  14. Mel Pocock
  15. Freek van der Vlist
  16. Lars Van Berkel
  17. Bas Vaessen
  18. Adam Sterry
  19. Conrad Mewse
  20. Hardi Roosiorg


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