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FIM Supermoto Andorra Results

Saturday, September 19, 2009
Thomas and Adrien Chareyre made it to another double win after the fourth Grand Prix of the season was stopped at the end of a wet race one due to heavy fog.

With the podium being made according to the race 1 results, Hermunen and Van Den Bosch completed the S1 rostrum with the Frenchman still leading the series.
Fog and wet weather greeted the racers and forced officials to cancel the remaining races.
Fog and wet weather greeted the racers and forced officials to cancel the remaining races.

In the S2 class Delepine and Gozzini ended second and third behind current Championship leader Adrien Chareyre.

Karanyotov built on his S3 series lead by taking victory at Pas de la Casa. Dall'Era won the Open class.

S1-S2 RACE 1
The only race of the Andorran Grand Prix saw Superpole setter Adrien Chareyre of Husqvarna CH Racing take a great start and lead the pack into the sky section. A healthy group of Husqvarna riders in the likes of Thomas Chareyre and Gerald Delepine followed the S2 series leader with VDB and Hermunen also joining the chase for victory.

Other Husqvarna CH Racing man Hermunen, who was joined this weekend by WRC Championship leader and fellow Finn Mikko Hirvonen, worked his way up by passing Van Den Bosch and later on even Husqvarna fellow rider Delepine.
Hermunen tried to move past Thomas Chareyre, who had settled into second, but never managed and brought the bike home in third.

In the meantime Adrien Chareyre had pulled off a good lead to take the eventual win ahead of his brother Thomas and Hermunen.

Delepine was fourth ahead of 747 Motorsport TM Factory Racing's Van Den Bosch, Lazzarini and Gozzini.

Race 2 was cancelled as heavy fog covered the track from the end of this race until late in the evening. With no vision on the track it was impossible to run the final heat.

In the separate classifications, Thomas Chareyre pulled off his second consecutive S1 GP win ahead of Hermunen and VDB, who still leads the series. In the S2 class, Championship leader Adrien Chareyre won his fourth-consecutive GP ahead of Delepine and Gozzini. Iddon, who headed to Andorra with no team support as the Brit and Motoracing split recently, took a surprising fourth in the S2.
S1 podium for the fourth Grand Prix of the season.
S1 podium for the fourth Grand Prix of the season.

S1 Race 1 top-ten:
1. Thomas Chareyre (Husqvarna) 14:31.137
2. Mauno Hermunen (Husqvarna) +0:00.062
3. Thierry van den Bosch (TM) +0:06.769
4. Ivan Lazzarini (Honda) +0:08.576
5. Giovanni Bussei (Honda) +0:27.681
6. Eddy Seel (Suzuki) +0:28.604
7. Matthew Winstanley (Husqvarna) +0:31.938
8. Viktor Bolsec (Honda) +0:35.393
9. Yasushi Matsumoto (Husqvarna) +0:36.136
10. Francesc Cucharrera (KTM) +0:36.397



S1 Overall top-ten:
1. Thomas Chareyre (Husqvarna) 25 points
2. Mauno Hermunen (Husqvarna) 22 points
3. Thierry van den Bosch (TM) 20 points
4. Ivan Lazzarini (Honda) 18 points
5. Giovanni Bussei (Honda) 16 points
6. Eddy Seel (Suzuki) 15 points
7. Matthew Winstanley (Husqvarna) 14 points
8. Viktor Bolsec (Honda) 13 points
9. Yasushi Matsumoto (Husqvarna) 12 points
10. Francesc Cucharrera (KTM) 11 points

S1 Championship top-ten:

1. Thierry van den Bosch (TM) 158 points
2. Mauno Hermunen (Husqvarna) 145 points
3. Ivan Lazzarini (Honda) 123 points
4. Thomas Chareyre (Husqvarna) 117 points
5. Eddy Seel (Suzuki) 111 points
6. Giovanni Bussei (Honda) 77 points
7. Alex Serafini (TM) 66 points
8. Massimo Beltrami (Aprilia) 58 points
9. Christian Ravaglia (Aprilia) 57 points
10. Chris Hodgson (Husqvarna) 55 points

S1 Manufacturers:
1. Husqvarna 160 points
2. TM 158 points
3. Honda 127 points
4. Suzuki 111 points
5. Aprilia 74 points
6. KTM 49 points
7. Kawasaki 25 points
8. Gas Gas 11 points

S2 Race 1 top-ten:
1. Adrien Chareyre (Husqvarna) 14:30.764
2. Gérald Delepine (Husqvarna) +0:01.455
3. Davide Gozzini (TM) +0:10.368
4. Christian Iddon (KTM) +0:16.545
5. Lorenzo Mariani (TM) +0:18.050
6. Andrea Occhini (TM) +0:19.880
7. Edgardo Borella (KTM) +0:25.947
8. Fabrizio Bartolini (WRM) +0:29.457
9. Paolo Gaspardone (Honda) +0:37.563
10. Lionel Deridder (KTM) +0:48.544
In the S2 class Delepine and Gozzini ended second and third behind current Championship leader Adrien Chareyre.
In the S2 class Gerald Delepine and Davide Gozzini ended second and third behind current Championship leader Adrien Chareyre.

S2 Overall top-ten:
1. Adrien Chareyre (Husqvarna) 25 points
2. Gérald Delepine (Husqvarna) 22 points
3. Davide Gozzini (TM) 20 points
4. Christian Iddon (KTM) 18 points
5. Lorenzo Mariani (TM) 16 points
6. Andrea Occhini (TM) 15 points
7. Edgardo Borella (KTM) 14 points
8. Fabrizio Bartolini (WRM) 13 points
9. Paolo Gaspardone (Honda) 12 points
10. Lionel Deridder (KTM) 11 points

S2 Championship top-ten:
1. Adrien Chareyre (Husqvarna) 172 points
2. Davide Gozzini (TM) 145 points
3. Gérald Delepine (Husqvarna) 130 points
4. Paolo Gaspardone (Honda) 103 points
5. Edgardo Borella (KTM) 102 points
6. Lorenzo Mariani (TM) 99 points
7. Christian Iddon (KTM) 95 points
8. Lionel Deridder (KTM) 76 points
9. Fabrizio Bartolini (WRM) 71 points
10. Ales Hlad (Aprilia) 64 points

S2 Manufacturers:
1. Husqvarna 172 points
2. TM 149 points
3. KTM 118 points
4. Aprilia 105 points
5. Honda 57 points
6. WRM 42 points

UEM

Round four of the UEM SuperMoto European Championship got underway at Andorra this weekend.

Leading the S3 Championship since Latina, Bulgarian Karanyotov took another win to build on his lead. Karanyotov won both heats ahead of Hochedez from France. Taking two third place finishes Janina Wuerterle ended on her second consecutive podium.

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

S3 Championship top-three:
1. Angel Karanyotov (KTM) 186 points
2. Janina Wuerterle (KTM) 144 points
3. Kevin Wuerterle (KTM) 133 points

In the Open class Dall'Era stormed to victory in both moto's and took the overall win ahead of Porfiri. Spaniard Garcia Blasco completed the podium in third as series leader Monticelli had a bad day, crashing and finishing seventh overall.

Open Overall top-three:
1. Alberto Dall'era (KTM) 50 points
2. Massimiliano Porfiri (Honda) 44 points
3. Gaston Garcia Blasco (Suzuki) 38 points

Open Championship top-three:
1. Teo Monticelli (Honda) 162 points
2. Massimiliano Porfiri (Honda) 155 points
3. Alberto Dall'era (KTM) 151 points
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