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Race results – Grand Prix of Europe.

Leading Motocross GP class race results and championship standings following today's Grand Prix of Europe, at Teutschenthal in Germany, round three of the 2003 season.


Race results - GP of Europe:

1. PICHON Mickael SUZUKI
2. CROCKARD Gordon HONDA
3. SMETS Joel KTM
4. EVERTS Stefan YAMAHA
5. BERVOETS Marnicq YAMAHA
6. JORGENSEN Brian HONDA
7. FEDERICI Claudio YAMAHA
8. GUNDERSEN Kenneth KAWASAKI
9. COOPER Paul HONDA
10. RISTORI Marc HONDA
11. ATSUTA Yoshitaka HONDA
12. CAPS Patrick KTM
13. STRIJBOS Kevin SUZUKI
14. NOBLE James HONDA
15. MCFARLANE Andrew KAWASAKI
16. MARTIN Christophe SUZUKI
17. AUBERT Johnny YAMAHA
18. DORSCH Marco HONDA SUZUKI
19. LEOK Avo
20. DOBB James KTM

Riders Championship after three rounds:

1. PICHON Mickael FRA 75
2. SMETS Joel BEL 64
3. EVERTS Stefan BEL 50
4. GUNDERSEN Kenneth NOR 48
5. JORGENSEN Brian DEN 47
6. CROCKARD Gordon GBR 40
7. STRIJBOS Kevin BEL 32
8. FEDERICI Claudio ITA 29
9. MCFARLANE Andrew AUS 29
10. ATSUTA Yoshitaka JPN 25
11. NUNN Carl GBR 23
12. RISTORI Marc SWI 22
13. DOBB James GBR 19
14. MEO Antoine FRA 17
15. BERVOETS Marnicq BEL 16
16. NOBLE James GBR 15
17. BURNHAM Christian GBR 14
18. BEIRER Pit GER 13
19. AUBERT Johnny FRA 13


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