Views
8 months ago

MOTOREX Racing Report 2015 EN

  • Text
  • Championship
  • Racing
  • Enduro
  • Motocross
  • Podium
  • Rider
  • Prix
  • Motorex
  • Overall
  • European
Racing_Report2015_EN_web

ENDURO

ENDURO WOMAN / SUPER ENDURO ENDURO WOMAN TITLE DEFENDED Securing KTM the World Championship title in 2015, Laia Sanz successfully defended her Women’s Cup crown. Always favourite for victory, Sanz didn’t fail to disappoint. Leading her classmates from the word go in Spain, she remained undefeated. Clocking up race win after race win in Spain, Portugal and Belgium, Sanz collected yet another EWC title with victory on day one at the final round in France. Photos: © Future7Media SUPER ENDURO BLAZUSIAK’S MAGICAL SIX Taddy Blazusiak continued his reign as the greatest Endurocross rider of his time by recording an incredible sixth consecutive SuperEnduro World Championship title in 2015. If there was any doubt over Blazusiak’s ability and desire to win, he quickly silenced his critics with a dominant display of riding at the series opener in Poland. Attacking from the off, the Polish rider picked up a hat trick of wins to immediately establish himself at the top of the championship standings. It was a position he would never relinquish for the remainder of the series. Consistently placing inside the top three, the KTM rider amazingly only ever once dropped as low as fourth in 18 races. Behind Blazusiak, Cody Webb and Jonny Walker ensured MOTOREX dominated the championship by finishing second and third respectively. Photos: © Future7Media FIRST CROWN In the junior class, American youngster Ty Tremaine was crowned a world champion for the very first time. Testing out the SuperEnduro series for the very first time in 2015, Tremaine became an instant success. Immediately proving himself as one of the strongest riders of the class, the KTM athlete claimed a hat trick of wins at round one in Poland. More wins and podium results followed for the likable Tremaine. Picking up a further seven race wins while never missing out on a top two result, he was crowned the 2015 SuperEnduro Junior World Champion. Photos: © Future7Media 10

HARD ENDURO Photos: © Philip Platzer/Red Bull Content Pool HARD ENDURO JONNY WALKER MAKES IT HIS OWN The 2015 Extreme Enduro season will be remembered for one man’s performances above all others – Jonny Walker. The KTM rider proved himself time and time again as the rider to beat. Entering the series on top form, Walker was determined to establish himself as the one to beat. Hitting the ground running at a rain soaked Hell’s Gate back in February, Walker conquered the horrendous conditions when those around him faltered. Moving on to the UK’s The Tough One, the KTM rider kept the momentum rolling and secured his debut Hard Enduro victory on British soil. Arriving at the infamous ErzbergRodeo as the defending champion, Walker again had only winning on his mind. Leading the field of 500 riders, he controlled the race lead for the majority of the event. But with the impossible ‘Downtown’ section stopping everyone in their tracks, he was forced to team up to secure a winning result. Photos: © Future7Media Moving on to the Red Bull Romaniacs, he again rode flawlessly at the weeklong race. Securing win #4 of 2015, he began to set his sights on a perfect season. Making it five wins from five starts, he dominated the Red Bull 111 Megawatt at the spectacular Polish coalmine. Finally, Walker saw his luck run out at the final event of the season in Turkey where he placed second to eventual winner Graham Jarvis at Red Bull Sea to Sky. JONNY WALKER 11

MOTOREX MAGAZINE

MOTOREX Magazine - Deutsch

MOTOREX_Magazine_2017_110_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2017_109_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2016_108_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2016_107_de
Racing_Report2015_de_web
MOTOREX_Magazine_2015_106_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2015_105_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2015_104_de
Racing_Report_2014_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2014_103_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2014_102_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2014_101_de
Racing_Report_2013_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2013_99_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2013_98_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2013_100_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2012_97_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2012_96_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2012_95_de
broschuere_Racing_Deutsch_2011
MOTOREX_Magazine_2011_94_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2011_93_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2011_92_de
MOTOREX Magazine 2010 91 DE
MOTOREX Magazine 2010 90 DE
MOTOREX Magazine 2010 89 DE
MOTOREX_Magazine_2009_88_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2009_87_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2009_86_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2008_85_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2008_84_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2008_83_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2007_82_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2007_81_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2007_80_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2006_79_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2006_78_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2006_77_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2004_73_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2004_72_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2004_71_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2003_70_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2003_69_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2003_68_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2002_67_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2002_66_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2002_65_de
Motorex_Revue_1981_01_defr

MOTOREX Magazine - Français

MOTOREX Magazine 2018 113 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2018 112 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2018 111 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2017 110 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2017 109 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2016 108 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2016 107 FR
MOTOREX Racing Report 2015 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2015 106 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2015 105 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2015 104 FR
MOTOREX Racing Report 2014 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2014 103 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2014 102 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2014 101 FR
MOTOREX Racing Report 2013 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2013 99 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2013 98 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2013 100 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2012 97 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2012 96 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2012 95 FR
MOTOREX Racing Report 2011 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2011 94 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2011 93 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2011 92 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2010 91 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2010 90 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2010 89 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2009 88 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2009 87 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2009 86 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2008 85 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2008 84 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2008 83 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2007 82 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2007 81 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2007 80 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2006 79 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2006 78 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2006 77 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2005 76 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2005 75 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2005 74 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2004 73 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2004 72 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2004 71 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2003 70 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2003 69 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2003 68 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2002 67 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2002 66 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2002 65 FR
MOTOREX Revue 1981 01 DE

MOTOREX Magazine - Svenska

MOTOREX Magazine - English

Racing_Report_2014_en
14_0471_MOT_Magazine102_EN_RGB
14_0053_MOT_Magazine101_EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2009 88 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2009 87 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2009 86 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2008 85 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2008 83 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2007 81 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2007 80 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2006 79 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2006 78 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2006 77 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2005 76 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2005 75 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2005 74 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2004 73 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2004 72 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2004 71 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2003 70 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2003 69 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2003 68 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2002 67 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2002 66 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2002 65 EN

MOTOREX Magazine - Deutsch (Österreich)

BROCHURES