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No US GP in 2009.

The FIM Motocross Grand Prix of the USA, scheduled for September 20, has been cancelled. No official reason was given.

The updated 2009 MX1/MX2 calendar is as follows:


29 March ITALY Faenza
05 April BULGARIA Sevlievo
12 April TURKEY Istanbul
26 April BENELUX Valkenswaard
10 May PORTUGAL Agueda
17 May CATALUNYA Bellpuig
31 May GREAT BRITAIN Mallory Park
07 June FRANCE Ernée
21 June GERMANY Teutschenthal
28 June LATVIA Kegums
05 July SWEDEN Uddevalla
02 August BELGIUM Lommel
09 August CZECH REP. Loket
30 August THE NETHERLANDS Lierop
13 September BRAZIL Canelinha

04 October Red Bull Motocross Of Nations ITALY, Franciacorta


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poorshanutt - Unregistered

March 04, 2009 5:59 AM

That sucks! I was looking forward to the AMA support/Jr series from Euroland coming over to the Motherland. That way we could see them up close as they prepare for their next MX Nations drubbing from the USA riders. :-o



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