FIM Supermoto Latina Results

September 6, 2009
Courtesy of Youthstream
Latina’s comeback of the FIM SuperMoto World Championship ended with a wet second moto and with another double win of the Chareyre brothers Thomas (S1) and Adrien (S2).

As the race format joined the S1 and S2 classes but kept the point system separate, the S1 podium was completed by Championship leader VDB and Hermunen.

Davide Gozzini took second during the S2 class race at Latina.
Davide Gozzini took second during the S2 class race at Latina.

In the S2 class second-placed Gozzini and third-placed Delepine joined Adrien Chareyre on the podium as the Frenchman retains the red plate.

Teo Monticelli won his maiden Open class round to build on his Championship lead while Karanyotov took the overall and the red plate of the S3 class at his maiden outing in Latina.

S1-S2 RACE 1

After a storming start Husqvarna CH Racing’s Thomas Chareyre took the holeshot and pulled away from the rest of the pack, taking the eventual victory.

Team mate Hermunen was following in second when 747 Motorsport TM Factory Racing’s Gozzini attacked the Finn. As the Italian put pressure on Hermunen, he managed to get past and take second.

Hermunen dropped into third but broke the gear lever to lose another place to Van Den Bosch of 747 Motorsport TM Factory Racing. The S1 series leader solved his set up issues in the morning warm up and put in a great recovery to take third right behind Gozzini.

Hermunen salvaged some points by settling into fourth while Adrien Chareyre took fifth. Lazzarini was sixth as he also struggled in this opening moto.

Superpole setter Thomas Chareyre, who came back after a right shoulder injury from Mallory Park’s practice, was the first in the S1 standings to take his first heat win of 2009. The top three was completed by VDB and Hermunen.

In the S2 standings Gozzini took his first season win ahead of Adrien Chareyre and other Italian Mariani.

S1 Podium - Husqvarna takes two spots on the podium at the Grand Prix of Europe.
TM diced it up with the Husqvarna during the S1 class at Latina.

S1 Race 1 top-ten:
1. Thomas Chareyre (Husqvarna) 18:24.484
2. Thierry van den Bosch (TM) +0:06.055
3. Mauno Hermunen (Husqvarna) +0:07.589
4. Eddy Seel (Suzuki) +0:07.836
5. Ivan Lazzarini (Honda) +0:24.420
6. Massimo Beltrami (Aprilia) +0:45.818
7. Ryuta Kaneko (Aprilia) +0:49.551
8. Yasushi Matsumoto (Husqvarna) +0:54.015
9. Christian Ravaglia (Aprilia) +0:54.893
10. Alex Serafini (TM) -1 lap(s)

S2 Race 1 top-ten:
1. Davide Gozzini (TM) 19:57.761
2. Adrien Chareyre (Husqvarna) +0:07.180
3. Lorenzo Mariani (TM) +0:26.455
4. Gérald Delepine (Husqvarna) +0:27.374
5. Fabrizio Bartolini (Husqvarna) +0:28.670
6. Edgardo Borella (KTM) +0:35.773
7. Paolo Gaspardone (Honda) +0:38.605
8. Alessandro Tognaccini (Aprilia) +0:40.913
9. Giuseppe Di Iorio (Aprilia) +0:43.933
10. Christian Iddon (KTM) +0:51.083

S1-S2 RACE 2

Rain fell on the Sagittario at Latina as the riders took to a wet track – the sky section was cut off – with Husqvarna CH Racing’s Hermunen first. The wet weather specialist from Finland tried to pull away but it was team mate Thomas Chareyre who snatched the lead and took the eventual win.

Gozzini of 747 Motorsport TM Factory Racing moved past

Ivan Lazzarini pilots his Honda around the very wet track in Italy.
Wet weather plagued the riders causing some sections of the track to be closed off.

Hermunen to take second but was highsided on the start straight. The Italian recovered but ended outside the top 10.

Hermunen did not enjoy the runner up spot long as he was passed by other TM factory Superider VDB who took second eventually ahead of Hermunen.

Rigo Racing’s Seel enjoyed the wet conditions and took fourth with Adrien Chareyre completing the top five. Delepine took seventh after a crash at the start.

Thomas Chareyre dominated the whole weekend as he went one-one in the races to take his first season’s Grand Prix win. Championship leader VDB took second overall with Hermunen completing the podium.

In the S2 class Adrien Chareyre was the overall winner making it a Chareyre one-one for the third time after Pas de la Casa and Busca in 2008. Gozzini was again second on the podium and Delepine was third.

S1 Race 2 top-ten:
1. Thomas Chareyre (Husqvarna) 18:24.484
2. Thierry van den Bosch (TM) +0:06.055
3. Mauno Hermunen (Husqvarna) +0:07.589
4. Eddy Seel (Suzuki) +0:07.836
5. Ivan Lazzarini (Honda) +0:24.420
6. Massimo Beltrami (Aprilia) +0:45.818
7. Ryuta Kaneko (Aprilia) +0:49.551
8. Yasushi Matsumoto (Husqvarna) +0:54.015
9. Christian Ravaglia (Aprilia) +0:54.893
10. Alex Serafini (TM) -1 lap(s)

S1:S2 podium at Grand Prix of Europe Latina
S1:S2 podium at Grand Prix of Europe Latina.

S1 Overall top ten:
1. Thomas Chareyre (Husqvarna) 50 points
2. Thierry van den Bosch (TM) 44 points
3. Mauno Hermunen (Husqvarna) 40 points
4. Ivan Lazzarini (Honda) 34 points
5. Eddy Seel (Suzuki) 33 points
6. Massimo Beltrami (Aprilia) 29 points
7. Christian Ravaglia (Aprilia) 28 points
8. Yasushi Matsumoto (Husqvarna) 26 points
9. Ryuta Kaneko (Aprilia) 24 points
10. Alex Serafini (TM) 23 points

S1 Championship top-ten:
1. Thierry van den Bosch (TM) 138 points
2. Mauno Hermunen (Husqvarna) 123 points
3. Ivan Lazzarini (Honda) 105 points
4. Eddy Seel (Suzuki) 96 points
5. Thomas Chareyre (Husqvarna) 92 points
6. Giovanni Bussei (Honda) 61 points
7. Massimo Beltrami (Aprilia) 58 points
8. Christian Ravaglia (Aprilia) 57 points
9. Alex Serafini (TM) 57 points
10. Chris Hodgson (Husqvarna) 45 points

S1 Manufacturers:
1. TM 138 points
2. Husqvarna 135 points
3. Honda 109 points
4. Suzuki 96 points
5. Aprilia 74 points
6. KTM 38 points
7. Kawasaki 25 points
8. Gas Gas 11 points

Riders faced wet conditions during the weekend at Latina.
Rain tires were a must during the weekend at the Grand Prix of Europe.

S2 Race 2 top-ten:
1. Adrien Chareyre (Husqvarna) 18:39.790
2. Giuseppe Di Iorio (Aprilia) +0:01.497
3. Gérald Delepine (Husqvarna) +0:04.141
4. Lorenzo Mariani (TM) +0:05.723
5. Paolo Gaspardone (Honda) +0:05.795
6. Christian Iddon (KTM) +0:14.239
7. Davide Gozzini (TM) +0:15.618
8. Fabrizio Bartolini (Husqvarna) +0:29.128
9. Alessandro Tognaccini (Aprilia) +0:29.988
10. Luca De Angelis (TM) +0:30.862

S2 Overall top-ten:
1. Adrien Chareyre (Husqvarna) 47 points
2. Davide Gozzini (TM) 39 points
3. Gérald Delepine (Husqvarna) 38 points
4. Lorenzo Mariani (TM) 38 points
5. Giuseppe Di Iorio (Aprilia) 34 points
6. Paolo Gaspardone (Honda) 30 points
7. Fabrizio Bartolini (Husqvarna) 29 points
8. Christian Iddon (KTM) 26 points
9. Alessandro Tognaccini (Aprilia) 25 points
10. Edgardo Borella (KTM) 25 points

S2 Championship top-ten:
1. Adrien Chareyre (Husqvarna) 147 points
2. Davide Gozzini (TM) 125 points
3. Gérald Delepine (Husqvarna) 108 points
4. Paolo Gaspardone (Honda) 91 points
5. Edgardo Borella (KTM) 88 points
6. Lorenzo Mariani (TM) 83 points
7. Christian Iddon (KTM) 77 points
8. Lionel Deridder (KTM) 65 points
9. Fabrizio Bartolini (Husqvarna) 58 points
10. Luca Minutilli (Aprilia) 55 points

S2 Manufacturers:
1. Husqvarna 147 points
2. TM 129 points
3. KTM 100 points
4. Aprilia 96 points
5. Honda 45 points
6. WRM 29 points


The UEM SuperMoto European Championship saw round three of the Open and S3 classes get underway at Latina.

Karanyotov stormed to victory in the S3 class as he grasped his first double victory of the season. The Bulgarian left second placed Kevin Wuerterle behind as the German lost the red plate from Karanyotov. Female rider Janina Wuerterle completed the podium at her first ever appearance on the UEM series rostrum.

S3 Overall top-three:
1. Angel Karanyotov (KTM) 50 points
2. Kevin Wuerterle (KTM) 44 points
3. Janina Wuerterle (KTM) 40 points

S3 Championship top-three:
1. Angel Karanyotov (KTM) 136 points
2. Kevin Wuerterle (KTM) 133 points
3. Janina Wuerterle (KTM) 104 points

In the Open class Teo Monticelli took his maiden overall win to build on his Championship lead. Vorlicek was second overall ahead of Porfiri.

Open Overall top-three:
1. Teo Monticelli (Honda) 50 points
2. Petr Vorlicek (Suzuki) 44 points
3. Massimiliano Porfiri (Honda) 40 points

Open Championship top-three:
1. Teo Monticelli (Honda) 133 points
2. Massimiliano Porfiri (Honda) 111 points
3. Alberto Dall’era (KTM) 101 points