The Hub: MXGP of Asia

A convenient MXGP tool

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The Grand Prix of Asia, round thirteen of the FIM Motocross World Championship, will take place on an all-new track in Indonesia. Intrigue tends to spike whenever a new venue worms its way onto the calendar, so there is no doubt that you will want to follow the event and everything that unfolds. This regular feature on MX Vice has all of the information that you need in order to do that.

Entry Lists

MXGP

12

Max Nagl

21

Gautier Paulin

22

Kevin Strijbos

24

Shaun Simpson

25

Clement Desalle

27

Arminas Jasikonis

33

Julien Lieber

42

Todd Waters

77

Alessandro Lupino

84

Jeffrey Herlings

89

Jeremy Van Horebeek

91

Jeremy Seewer

92

Valentin Guillod

99

Max Anstie

100

Tommy Searle

162

Farhan Hendro

222

Antonio Cairoli

243

Tim Gajser

259

Glenn Coldenhoff

288

Aldi Lazaroni

323

Asep Lukman

336

Lewis Stewart

461

Romain Febvre

701

Andre Sondakh

705

Rizky Kusparwanto

777

Evgeny Bobryshev

Antonio Cairoli trails Jeffrey Herlings by just twelve points (KTM Images/Ray Archer)

MX2

1

Pauls Jonass

10

Calvin Vlaanderen

19

Thomas Kjer Olsen

29

Henry Jacobi

46

Davy Pootjes

61

Jorge Prado

64

Thomas Covington

70

Ruben Fernandez

95

Simone Furlotti

98

Bas Vaessen

114

Jy Roberts

127

Anthony Rodriguez

172

Brent Van Doninck

193

Jago Geerts

204

Hilman Maksum

206

Diva Ismayana

241

Tyler Darby

281

Yosua Pattipi

325

Muhammad Delvintor

747

Michele Cervellin

811

Adam Sterry

919

Ben Watson

Jorge Prado could steal the red plate from Pauls Jonass (KTM Images/Ray Archer)

Timetables

Saturday

09:45

MX2 Free Practice

10:15

MXGP Free Practice

12:10

MX2 Time Practice

12:50

MXGP Time Practice

14:25

MX2 Qualifying Race

15:10

MXGP Qualifying Race

Sunday

10:25

MX2 Warm Up

10:45

MXGP Warm Up

12:15

MX2 Moto One

13:15

MXGP Moto One

15:10

MX2 Moto Two

16:10

MXGP Moto Two

Gautier Paulin has dropped out of the top five in the points (Husqvarna/J.P Acevedo)

Standings

MXGP

1st

Jeffrey Herlings

533

2nd

Antonio Cairoli

521

3rd

Clement Desalle

407

4th

Romain Febvre

390

5th

Tim Gajser

368

6th

Gautier Paulin

363

7th

Glenn Coldenhoff

319

8th

Jeremy Seewer

279

9th

Jeremy Van Horebeek

257

10th

Max Nagl

211

MX2

1st

Pauls Jonass

510

2nd

Jorge Prado

503

3rd

Thomas Kjer Olsen

394

4th

Ben Watson

376

5th

Calvin Vlaanderen

331

6th

Thomas Covington

297

7th

Jago Geerts

275

8th

Michele Cervellin

230

9th

Henry Jacobi

223

10th

Davy Pootjes

218

Ben Watson's been strong in physically-demanding conditions (Yamaha Racing)

Information

– The MX Vice team are present at the Grand Prix of Asia and will be covering the event extensively from this point on. There will be reports, analysis, opinions, interviews, images, podcasts, videos and much more across all channels. All of that content is being produced straight from Semarang! Follow motocrossvice on Twitter and mxvice on Instagram for more from round thirteen of MXGP. MX Vice will be your hub from this point on.

– The time zones could make things a little tricky to follow this time around, just as they did last week. Those in the United Kingdom are six hours behind Indonesia, which means that mainland Europe are just five behind. Australian fans can enjoy some convenient coverage this time around, as Sydney are just three hours ahead. All of the MXGP fans in California are fourteen hours behind, however, so have some significant math to do in order to adjust the timetable above, which is based on local time.

– Seeing as the MX Vice team are at the track and have a better look at the action than what you will get on your television, there will be live updates all-weekend long. Connection should not be too much of a problem so, with that in mind, load up this page now and prepare to visit it frequently across the weekend.

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– Although some now associate Indonesia with rain, the weather will be brilliant this weekend and undoubtedly make it tough for some riders to go the distance. Temperatures will reach forty degrees on Saturday and Sunday, with humidity at fifty percent, so conditions should be perfect. Plenty of water has gone down to combat the warm weather.

Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: Husqvarna/J.P Acevedo

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