We’re now just over a month away from the start of the FIM Motocross World Championship, which means there’s little time left for teams and riders as they make their final preparations for the first MXGP round in Argentina on March 2-3.
In what has become an important part of pre-season for many World motocross stars, the Internazionali d’Italia MX gets underway this weekend at Riola Sardo in Sardinia.
De Carli Racing and the nine-time world champion loves Sardinia and when you look at Cairoli’s results in recent years you can see why.
With the exception of 2016 when #TC222 was injured the Sicilian star has only been between once when, in 2015, Gautier Paulin took the MX1 victory ahead of the home fans’ idol.
Racing starts on January 27 at the circuit “Le Dune” Riola Sardo for the seventh edition of the Sardinian race and we’ll bring you live streaming from 13:15 hours (local time).
2013 MX1: Tony Cairoli, Ken De Dycker, Evgeny Bobryshev – Elite: Tony Cairoli, Ken De Dycker, Steven Frossard
2014 MX1: Tony Cairoli, Evgeny Bobryshev, Jeremy Van Horebeek – MX2: Arnaud Tonus, Christophe Charlier, Pauls Jonass – Elite: Tony Cairoli, Jeremy Van Horebeek, Evgeny Bobryshev
2015 MX1: Gautier Paulin, Tony Cairoli, Jeremy Van Horebeek – MX2: Pauls Jonass, Jeremy Seweer, Vsevolod Brylyakov – Elite: Tony Cairoli, Gautier Paulin, Tommy Searle
2016 Alghero MX1: Romain Febvre, Jeremy Van Horebeek, Evgeny Bobryshev – MX2: Jeffrey Herlings, Michele Cervellin, Max Anstie – Elite: Evgeny Bobryshev, Romain Febvre, Jeremy Van Horebeek
2017 MX1: Tony Cairoli, Jeremy Van Horebeek, Tim Gajser MX2: Jorge Prado, Benoit Paturel, Alvin Ostlund – Elite: Tony Cairoli, Jeremy Van Horebeek, Tim Gajser
2018 MX1: Tony Cairoli, Max Anstie, Jeremy Van Horebeek – MX2: Hunter Lawrence, Pauls Jonass, Calvin Vlaanderen – Elite: Tony Cairoli, Max Anstie, Romain Febvre[table “698” not found /]
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