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Race results - British Championship, Desertmartin.

Leading 125cc and Open class results and championship positions from round seven of the 2003 British Motocross Championship, from Desertmartin, Northern Ireland.


Open class:

Race one
1 Joel Smets, Belgium (KTM), 2 Gordon CROCKARD, Ireland (Honda), 3 Peter Iven, Belgium (KTM), 4 Josh COPPINS, New Zealand (Honda), 5 Yoshitaka ATSUTA, Japan (Honda), 6 Paul COOPER, GB (Honda), 7 Patrick CAPS, Belgium (KTM), 8 James NOBLE, GB (Honda), 9 Brian Jorgensen, Denmark (Honda), 10 Mark JONES, GB (Yamaha).

Race two
1 Joel Smets, Belgium (KTM), 2 Gordon CROCKARD, Ireland (Honda), 3 Brian Jorgensen, Denmark (Honda), 4 Patrick CAPS, Belgium (KTM), 5 Josh COPPINS, New Zealand (Honda), 6 Paul COOPER, GB (Honda), 7 Peter Iven, Belgium (KTM), 8 Yoshitaka ATSUTA, Japan (Honda), 9 Carl NUNN, GB (Kawasaki), 10 Marko KOVALAINEN, Finland (Kawasaki).

Race three – Maxxis Cup
1 Gordon CROCKARD, Ireland (Honda), 2 Peter Iven, Belgium (KTM), 3 Brian Jorgensen, Denmark (Honda), 4 Paul COOPER, GB (Honda), 5 Carl NUNN, GB (Kawasaki), 6 Tyla RATTRAY, South Africa (KTM), 7 Josh COPPINS, New Zealand (Honda), 8 Mark HUCKLEBRIDGE, GB (KTM), 9 James NOBLE, GB (Honda), 10 Yoshitaka ATSUTA, Japan (Honda).

Championship points after seven of eight rounds:
1 Gordon CROCKARD 508, 2 Paul COOPER 473, 3 Mark HUCKLEBRIDGE 324, 4 James NOBLE and Stuart FLOCKHART 314, 6 Yoshitaka ATSUTA 308, 7 Carl NUNN 304, , 8 Christian BURNHAM 256, 9 David CAMPBELL 198, 10 Marko KOVALAINEN 190, 13 JOSH COPPINS 155.


125cc:

Race one
1 Erik EGGENS, Holland (KTM), 2 Stephen SWORD, GB (KTM), 3 Tyla RATTRAY, South Africa (KTM), 4 Tom CHURCH, GB (KTM), 5 Adam LYONS, Ireland (Yamaha), 6 Jeff DEMENT, USA (Yamaha), 7 Ben SAUNDERS, GB (KTM), 8 Richard MCKEOWN, Ireland (KTM), 9 Jason DOUGAN, GB (Yamaha), 10 Jim MURRO, GB (KTM), 22 Oliver SANDIFORD-SMITH (KTM).

Race two
1 Stephen SWORD, GB (KTM), 2 Tyla RATTRAY, South Africa (KTM), 3 Jeff DEMENT, USA (Yamaha),4 Adam LYONS, Ireland (Yamaha), 5 Jason DOUGAN, GB (Yamaha), 6 Tom CHURCH, GB (KTM), 7 Philip McCULLOUGH, Ireland (KTM), 8 Richard McKEOWN, Ireland (KTM), 9 Jordan ROSE, GB (KTM), 10 Richard MIKE-JONES, GB (KTM), 19 Oliver SANDIFORD-SMITH (KTM).

Race three – Maxxis Cup
1 Gordon CROCKARD, Ireland (Honda), 2 Peter Iven, Belgium (KTM), Brian Jorgensen, Denmark (Honda),4 Paul COOPER, GB (Honda), 5 Carl NUNN, GB (Kawasaki), 6 Tyla RATTRAY, South Africa (KTM), 7 Josh COPPINS, New Zealand (Honda), 8 Mark HUCKLEBRIDGE, GB (KTM), 9 James NOBLE, GB (Honda), 10 Yoshitaka ATSUTA, Japan (Honda), 11 Stephen SWORD, GB (KTM), 27 Oliver SANDIFORD-SMITH (KTM).

Championship points after seven of eight rounds:
1 Stephen SWORD 433*, 2 Jason DOUGAN 262, 3 Jeff DEMENT 261, 4 Adam LYONS 242, 5 Tom CHURCH 229, 6 Ben SAUNDERS 193, 7 Wayne SMITH 176, 8 Matt WINSTANLEY 160, 9 Danny SMYTH 157, 10 Billy MACKENZIE 148, 30 Oliver SANDIFORD-SMITH 31.

* Champion.


Related Pictures

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Ben Townley - Honda (pic: Goongraphix).
Ryan Dungey – Suzuki (pic: Suzuki).
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James Stewart – Yamaha (pic: Yamaha).
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Jordi Viladoms - KTM (Pic: van Oers J.)

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