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2010 FIM Motocross Germany Grand Prix Photo Gallery

Yamaha's Ken De Dycker dominated the 2010 FIM Motocross German Grand Prix with two moto wins. Marvin Musquin won in the MX2 class despite a strong Ken Roczen dominated the final heat in front of his home fans. Check out the full report in our 2010 FIM Motocross Germany Results.

2010 FIM Motocross Germany Grand Prix
Antonio Cairoli - 2010 FIM Motocross Germany Grand Prix
Marvin Musquin - 2010 FIM Motocross Germany Grand Prix
Zach Osborne - 2010 FIM Motocross Germany Grand Prix
2010 FIM Motocross Germany Grand Prix MX1 Podium
2010 FIM Motocross Germany Grand Prix MX2 Podium
2010 FIM Motocross Germany Grand Prix
Tanel Leoki - 2010 FIM Motocross Germany Grand Prix
Marvin Musquin - 2010 FIM Motocross Germany Grand Prix
Clement Desalle - 2010 FIM Motocross Germany Grand Prix
Sebastien Pourcel - 2010 FIM Motocross Germany Grand Prix
Davide Guarneri - 2010 FIM Motocross Germany Grand Prix
Ken Roczen - 2010 FIM Motocross Germany Grand Prix
Ken de Dycker - 2010 FIM Motocross Germany Grand Prix
David Phillippaerts - 2010 FIM Motocross Germany Grand Prix
Xavier Boog - 2010 FIM Motocross Germany Grand Prix
Marvin Musquin - 2010 FIM Motocross Germany Grand Prix
Antonio Cairoli - 2010 FIM Motocross Germany Grand Prix
After struggling in his first moto Antonio Cairoli took first-place in the final moto to earn second overall in Latvia.
Clement Desalle went 1-2 in Latvia to take the overall ahead of championship leader Antonio Cairoli.
Jeffrey Herlings, the 15-year-old "wunderkind," took a 3-1 result in Latvia to earn his second GP career victory.
Jeffrey Herlings: "I'm really satisfied with my weekend. I've had my ups and downs this season. I started really good in the first five rounds then I had three bad rounds so it felt awesome to be back on top again. This was my second GP win. In the first heat I was in the lead after two corners and then I got passed by Marvin and Ken (Roczen) and I finished third. Then I took the holeshot in the second and I had a long fight with Steven (Frossard) but I fought hard and I was able to win the moto and the GP."
Antonio Cairoli (left), Clement Desalle (center) and Steve Ramon (right) were the MX1 podium finishers in Latvia.
Tony Cairoli: "I had problems in the first moto because I lost a lot of time trying to get past Philippaerts and I only managed fourth. So I wanted to win the second moto and to show my speed and be aggressive right from the beginning. That worked and I won and was second overall."
Jeffrey Herlings successfully fended off vicious attacks by both rival Ken Roczen and Frenchman Steven Frossard.
Start of the MX2 race in Latvia.
Marvin Musquin was untouchable in the first moto but fell on the first corner in the second.
Clement Desalle was outside the top-10 on the first lap but fought the entire race to reach second-place and then chase Evgeny Bobryshev, who he overtook with three laps of the 20 remaining.
Steve Ramon: "It gives me a great feeling to be on the podium because I have been struggling with some injuries since Portugal and have been hardly riding during the week since then. The first moto was OK. The start was really good and Clement and Bobryshev were too fast to follow. My start was not great in the second race but I passed many riders and was feeling quicker and more comfortable."
KTM's Antonio Cairoli took a double victory in Sweden and is now 67 points ahead of Suzuki's Clement Desalle.
Rui Goncalves went 12-10 in Sweden for 10th overall.
Having never raced at Uddevalla before, KTM's Jeffrey Herlings put in an impressive performance for second overall.
KTM's Marvin Musquin had indifferent starts and a lackluster rhythm which prevented him from placing higher than 5th overall.
KTM's Max Nagl took sixth-place in both motos and finished sixth overall in Sweden.
Shaun Simpson: "I had a good start in the first heat and got the holeshot …but after the contact with Steve (Frossard) I lost a lot of time. I had to spin the bike around to rejoin the race at around eighth and I finished ninth. I didn't have such a good start in the second heat and I missed the gate drop and I felt really tired during the race."
Rockstar Teka Suzuki's Clement Desalle collected his fifth podium in a row in Sweden with his 2-2 score.
Kawasaki CLS’s Steven Frossard took his first ever GP victory in Sweden after going 1-2.
Gautier Paulin had a strong second moto to take third-place overall at Sweden
Yamaha Monster Energy Motocross’ David Philippaerts had a bad start in Moto 2 and took fifth overall at Sweden.
Suzuki's Steve Ramon had a 4-3 result and finished third overall behind Clement Desalle.
Ken Roczen: "It should have been another overall victory. My start was good and the race was good but two laps from the end, well, it wasn't to be. The second race was really good! The track was very rough and I enjoyed it. I finally won the moto and it is good for my confidence. We now have two races in Germany and will start to think about the sand and Lommel."
Arnaud Tonus (#23): "It wasn't a good day for me; I think that is easy to say. I had a crash and had to throw away the goggles in the first moto and then went down early in the second, which caused a lot of damage and ended the race."
A crash at the opening lap and a broken exhaust also spelled an early end to Tonus’ last moto.
Jeremy van Horebook: "I had a good start in the first moto and kept a good rhythm for most of the race, but the last five minutes were difficult. In the second moto I was only able to keep my rhythm for ten minutes; after that it was difficult so I’m so happy to finish in fourth overall."
Yamaha's Zach Osborne took seventh overall in the MX2 class with his 7-9 score in Sweden.