Racing numbers announced.

Rider racing numbers for the 2010 MX1 and MX2 Motocross World Championships have been announced.

Note that Antonio Cairoli will not run the #1 plate, while former MX2 world champion Ben Townley is listed in the MX1 class, indicating that the Kiwi plans on returning to Europe for at least a partial season depending on his AMA plans.

Meanwhile countryman and former MX1 title runner-up, Josh Coppins, has joined Aprilia for 2010...

#2 Maximilian Nagl
#4 Kevin Strijbos
#6 Joshua Coppins
#7 Jonathan Barragan
#8 Gareth Swanepoel
#9 Ken de Dycker
#10 Anthony Boissiere
#11 Steve Ramon
#12 Manuel Priem
#13 Manuel Monni
#14 Marc de Reuver
#15 Julien Bill
#19 David Phillipearts
#20 Gregory Aranda
#22 Rui Goncalves
#24 Tom Church
#25 Clement Desalle
#26 Philips Kempelis
#27 Ivo Steinbergs
#28 Kornel Nemeth
#30 Matthias Walkner
#36 Matteo Bonni
#39 Davide Guarneri
#40 Tanel Leok
#45 Loic Leonce
#49 Gunther Schmidinger
#71 Stephen Sword
#75 Kevin Wouts
#77 Shannon Terreblanche
#90 Sebastien Pourcel
#101 Ben Townley
#111 Aigar Leok
#121 Xavier Boog
#222 Antonio Cairoli

#1 Marvin Musquin
#6 Steven Frossard
#10 Jeremy van Horebeek
#11 Shaun Simpson
#12 Valetin Teillet
#14 Loic Larrieu
#15 Alessandro Lupino
#21 Gautier Paulin
# 23Arnaud Tonus
#24 Herjan Brakke
#25 Glenn Coldenhoff
#26 Ceriel Klein Kromhof
#27 Marcus Schiffer
#28 Deny Phillipearts
#29 Matiss Karro
#31 Augusts Justs
#32 Gercar Clemen
#34 Joel Roelants
#35 Nikolaj Larsen
#36 Petar Petrov
#45 Jake Nicholls
#51 Petr Smitka
#71 Jose Butron
#75 Nick Triest
#90 Rui Moroni
#94 Ken Roczen
#111 Jeffrey Herlings
#115 Axel Alletru
#119 Mel Pocock
#131 Nicolas Aubin
#153 Marco Maddii
#300 Aleksandr Tonkov
#335 Dennis Verbruggen
#338 Zach Osbourne
#430 Christophe Carlier
#555 Irwin Graeme

Tagged as: 2010 , Ben Townley

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Mark De Reuver and Steve Ramon (pic: Paul Harris)
Mark De Reuver and Steve Ramon (pic: Paul Harris)
Tanel Leok leads Mark De Reuver, Max Nagl, Steve Ramon and Evgeny Bobryshev (pic: Paul Harris)
Ben Townley - Honda (pic: Goongraphix).
Ryan Dungey – Suzuki (pic: Suzuki).

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190mph - Unregistered

November 26, 2009 11:29 AM

sutty - grass routes racing isn't helped in this country when we have eco-mentalists and no-good busybodies doing all they can to ban motocross and other dirtbike sports. When farmers are denied holding more than a few motocross meetings a year because of these idiots it becomes harder for clubs to find suitable tracks. Then you have an industry that seems to have no interest in supporting its customers and fighting the constant barrage of eco ****s trying to restrict/ban motocross in Britain. Then there's the cost of getting involved in motocross in the first place - the cost of machinery and spares, club membership costs - far too high for what is a hobby to most of those involved

sutty - Unregistered

November 25, 2009 9:47 PM

Where are all the Brits? Usual thing, no funds. The infrastucture needs support to get talent from grass routes. Work together instead of against each other. Like a previous post, it's all about big wallets and old boys clubs.

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