Race results - Valkenswaard GP.

Complete results from the opening round of the 2002 Motocross World Championship in Holland, where Steve Ramon, Mickael Pichon and Joel Smets proved to be the class of their respective fields.


1. Steve Ramon Belgium KTM 25 points
2. Ben Townley New Zealand KTM 22
3. Erik Eggens Holland KTM 20
4. Brett Metcalfe Australia KTM 18
5. Mickaël Maschio France Kawasaki 16
6. Tallon Vohland USA Kawasaki 15
7. Patrick Caps Belgium KTM 14
8. Tyla Rattray South Africa KTM 13
9. Alessandro Puzar Italy Husqvarna 12
10. Remy van Rees Holland KTM 11
11. Antoine Lettelier France KTM 10
12. Marvin van Daele Belgium Yamaha 9
13. Jeff Dement USA Honda 8
14. Philippe Dupasquier Switzerland KTM 7
15. Rui Goncalves Portugal Yamaha 6
16. Georges Strik Holland KTM 5
17. Tom Church Britain KTM 4
18. Christian Stevanini Italy Husqvarna 3
19. Luigi Seguy France Yamaha 2
20. David Philippaerts Italy Suzuki 1


1. Mickaël Pichon France Suzuki 25 points
2. Frédéric Bolley France Yamaha 22
3. Pit Beirer Germany Honda 20
4. James Dobb Britain KTM 18
5. Joshua Coppins New Zealand Honda 16
6. Jussi Vehviläinen Finland Honda 15
7. Paul Cooper Britain Honda 14
8. Kenneth Gundersen Norway Kawasaki 13
9. Gordon Crockard Britain KTM 12
10. Lauris Freibergs Latvia Honda 11
11. Marko Kovalainen Finland TM 10
12. Johnny Aubert Finland Yamaha 9
13. Marc de Reuver Holland Yamaha 8
14. Alessio Chiodi Italy Yamaha 7
15. Andrew McFarlane Australia Kawasaki 6
16. Carl Nunn Britain Husqvarna 5
17. Jiri Cepelak Czech Republic Honda 4
18. Tommy Engwall Sweden KTM 3
19. Marcel van Drunen Holland Yamaha 2
20. Kristof Godrie Belgium Yamaha 1


1. Joël Smets Belgium KTM 25 points
2. Marnicq Bervoets Belgium Yamaha 22
3. Stefan Everts Belgium Yamaha 20
4. Andrea Bartolini Italy Honda 18
5. Javier Garcia Vico Spain KTM 16
6. Joakim Karlsson Sweden Husaberg 15
7. Joaquim Rodriguez Portugal VOR 14
8. Avo Leok Estonia Honda 13
9. Christian Burnham Britain Honda 12
10. Mats Nilsson Sweden Husaberg 11
11. Roman Jelen Slovenia Honda 10
12. André Nilsson Sweden KTM 9
13. Oscar Vromans Holland Yamaha 8
14. James Noble Britain Honda 7
15. Miska Aaltonen Finland Husaberg 6
16. Fabrizio Dini Italy Yamaha 5
17. Ivan Cervantes Spain KTM 4
18. Alessandro Belometti Italy VOR 3
19. Karl Karlsson Sweden Honda 2
20. Michal Kadlecek Czech Republic Husqvarna 1

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