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2010 FIM Motocross Photo Gallery
Gautier Paulin and the Yamaha YZ-250F
Photos from the 2010 FIM Motocross World Championship Series.
2010 Yamaha Monster Energy FIM Motocross machine. This YZ-250F will be piloted by Alessandro Lupino n the MX2 class.
Ken De Dycker will ride the 2010 Yamaha Monster Energy FIM Motocross Team.
KTM's Factory 2010 Team
The MX1 podium at Star Mantova.
Shaun Simpson and Marvin Musquin make a 1-2 win in the MX2 class at Star Mantova.
Ken De Dycker made his Yamaha debut at the Starcross Mantova event.
Ken De Dycker was the only rider present for the Yamaha Monster Energy Ricci Team. Teamates, Larrieu and Lupino were recovering from injuries.
David Philippaerts earned a podium spot in the first of three races. The remainder of the day, the Yamaha pilot finished eighth and sixth.
Kawasaki's Jonathan Barragan collided with another rider and finished 17th in Race 2.
Xavier Boog was slowed by a recent hand injury but the Kawasaki pilot still placed ninth overall.
Sebastien Pourcel crashed during qualification resulting in a bad start from an outside gate. He finished in 27th.
Teka Suzuki's Ken Roczen had a less than stellar weekend at Starcross Mantova. He suffered engine problems and a crash before calling it quits.
Arnaud Tonus finished 19-16-15 in each of the three races at Starcross.
Racing teams use the Starcross Mantova races as a final testing period before the start of the 2010 FIM MX season.
Gregory Aranda gives a little wave to fans as he pilots his Kawasaki over the finish line.
Antonio Cairoli was the victor over the pre-season race in Valence, France.
Kawasaki's Van Horebeek and Frossard tackle the mud in Valence.
MX2 world champion Marvin Musquin finished second in the MX2 class.
Red Bull KTM Max Nagl was ninth overall in the final.
Steve Ramon struggled with arm-pump early on, but made it to third in the MX1 race.
Ken Roczen topped the podium on his RM-Z250 at Valence.
Marvin Musquin at the Valence pre-season race.
Max Nagl finished second overall in the MX1 class at the pre-season race at Hawkstone.
Teka Suzuki's Ken Roczen collected two first place finishes at Hawkstone.
Second-year FIM MX rider Arnaud Tonus is the new second member of the Teka Suzuki Europe World MX2 team.
Arnaud Tonus DNF'd the first race but nabbed 4th in the second race.
Teka Suzuki Europe's Ken Roczen continued his winning ways with a third victory over the German pre-season FIM Motocross race.
Antonio Cairoli (#222) led during the entire second moto and extended his number of laps in the lead to 222 - just like his rider number.
KTM's Antonio Cairoli now leads in the MX1 championship by 84 points over Suzuki's Clement Desalle.
Suzuki's Clement Desalle struggled during the first moto and took an eventual third-place finish behind Tanel Leok and Antonio Cairoli.
Red Bull KTM Factory Racing's Marvin Musquin was engaged in a tight battle with rival Ken Roczen during both motos.
Suzuki's Ken Roczen dominated during Moto 1 but crashed in the second race, forcing the German to take second behind Marvin Musquin.
Cairoli had expected to celebrate his championship victory in Lierop, but mechanical difficulties prevented Clement Desalle from competing against the KTM rider.
KTM's Tony Cairoli topped the podium in Brazil ahead of Yamaha's David Philippaerts and Maximilian Nagl.
Suzuki's Clement Desalle had a horrible second moto in Brazil when mechanical issues prevented him from winning.
KTM's Marvin Musquin lost both contests against Suzuki rider Ken Roczen in the MX2 class.
MX1 Podium in Brazil (from left to right): David Philippaerts, Tony Cairoli and Maximilian Nagl.
Yamaha's David Philippaerts won first heat of the day in the MX1 class ahead of Tony Cairoli.
Suzuki's Ken Roczen pulled off the double victory in Brazil and heads to the Netherlands 72 points behind Marvin Musquin.
Antonio Cairoli secured the MX1 World Championship victory in Fermo, Italy despite badly twisting his ankle in the first race and being unable to compete for the rest of the day.
Suzuki's Clement Desalle ended his season on a high note by taking the overall win in the final round and second-place within the championship.
Like Antonio Cairoli, KTM's Marvin Musquin was unable to finish the second race but still walked away with the title in the MX2 class.
Suzuki's Steve Ramon (#11) took his first race victory of the '10 season in Moto 1 ahead of Xavier Boog and Sebastien Pourcel.
Steve Ramon finished second overall behind Clement Desalle at Fermo with a 1-4 score.
Suzuki's Ken Roczen converted his pole position into a win in both motos at Fermo.
Ken De Dycker has joined the Yamaha Monster Energy Team for the upcoming 2010 FIM Motocross season.
Tony Cairoli earned the first win of the season for his Red Bull Factory KTM Racing Team.
The start of the MX1 class at Hawkstone.
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