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Motocross World Championship

Motocross World Championship
2014 FIM Motocross World Championship season
Category Motocross
Country or region International
MXGP World Championship
Manufacturers Yamaha, KTM, Honda, Suzuki, Kawasaki, TM, Husqvarna
Riders' champion Antonio Cairoli
Manufacturers' champion KTM
MX2 World Championship
Manufacturers KTM, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Suzuki, Honda, Husqvarna, TM
Riders' champion Jordi Tixier
Manufacturers' champion KTM
Official website www.motocrossmx1.com

FIM Motocross World Championship is the premier championship of Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM), currently divided into three distinct classes: MX1, MX2, and MX3. Race duration is slightly longer at 35 minutes plus two laps, while the series is longer, generally incorporating over 16 rounds.

Overview

The Motocross World Championship is a worldwide motocross series sanctioned by the F.I.M.. It was inaugurated in 1957 using a 500 cc engine displacement formula.[1] In 1962 a 250cc class was added and in 1975, a 125cc class was introduced. Prior to 1957, the championship was known as the European Championship.

In 2002, the F.I.M. changed the displacement formulas to reflect the changes in engine technology and as a move towards environmentally friendlier four-stroke engines. The new MX1 class became the premier class, allowing two-stroke engines of up to 250cc and four-stroke engines of up to 450cc.[1] The MX2 class allowed two-stroke engines of up to 125cc and four-stroke motors of up to 250cc. The MX3 class allowed two-stroke engines of up to 500cc and four stroke engines of up to 650cc.[1]

World Champions by year

Note: Pink background denotes European Championship only.

Year 500cc 250cc 125cc
1952 1) Victor Leloup (Saroléa)
2) Auguste Mingels (Matchless)
3) John Avery (BSA)
1953 1) Auguste Mingels (FN)
2) René Baeten (FN)
3) Victor Leloup (FN)
1954 1) Auguste Mingels (FN)
2) René Baeten (FN)
3) Victor Leloup (FN)
3) Jeff Smith (BSA)
1955 1) John Draper (BSA)
2) Bill Nilsson (BSA)
3) Sten Lundin (BSA)
1956 1) Les Archer (Norton)
2) John Draper (BSA)
3) Nic Jansen (Matchless)
1957 1) Bill Nilsson (AJS)
2) René Baeten (FN)
3) Sten Lundin (Monark)
1) Fritz Betzelbacher (Maico)
2) Willi Oesterle (Maico)
3) Jaromir Cizek (Jawa)
1958 1) René Baeten (FN)
2) Bill Nilsson (Crescent)
3) Sten Lundin (Monark)
1) Jaromir Cizek (Jawa)
2) Rolf Tibblin (Husqvarna)
3) Rolf Müller (Maico)
1959 1) Sten Lundin (Monark)
2) Bill Nilsson (Crescent)
3) David Curtis (Matchless)
1) Rolf Tibblin (Husqvarna)
2) Brian Stonebridge (Greeves)
3) Jaromir Cizek (Jawa)
1960 1) Bill Nilsson (Husqvarna)
2) Sten Lundin (Monark)
3) Rolf Tibblin (Husqvarna)
1) Dave Bickers (Greeves)
2) Jeff Smith (BSA)
3) Miroslav Souchek (ČZ)
1961 1) Sten Lundin (Lito)
2) Bill Nilsson (Husqvarna)
3) Gunnar Johansson (Lito)
1) Dave Bickers (Greeves)
2) Arthur Lampkin (BSA)
3) Jeff Smith (BSA)
1962 1) Rolf Tibblin (Husqvarna)
2) Gunnar Johansson (Lito)
3) Sten Lundin (Lito)
1) Torsten Hallman (Husqvarna)
2) Jeff Smith (BSA)
3) Arthur Lampkin (BSA)
1963 1) Rolf Tibblin (Husqvarna)
2) Sten Lundin (Lito)
3) Jeff Smith (BSA)
1) Torsten Hallman (Husqvarna)
2) Vlastimil Valek (ČZ)
3) Igor Grigoriev (ČZ)
1964 1) Jeff Smith (BSA)
2) Rolf Tibblin (Hedlund)
3) Sten Lundin (Lito)
1) Joël Robert (ČZ)
2) Torsten Hallman (Husqvarna)
3) Victor Arbekov (ČZ)
1965 1) Jeff Smith (BSA)
2) Paul Friedrichs (ČZ)
3) Rolf Tibblin (ČZ)
1) Victor Arbekov (ČZ)
2) Joël Robert (ČZ)
3) Dave Bickers (Greeves)
1966 1) Paul Friedrichs (ČZ)
2) Rolf Tibblin (ČZ)
3) Jeff Smith (BSA)
1) Torsten Hallman (Husqvarna)
2) Joël Robert (ČZ)
3) Petr Dobry (ČZ)
1967 1) Paul Friedrichs (ČZ)
2) Jeff Smith (BSA)
3) Dave Bickers (ČZ)
1) Torsten Hallman (Husqvarna)
2) Joël Robert (ČZ)
3) Olle Petterson (Husqvarna)
1968 1) Paul Friedrichs (ČZ)
2) John Banks (BSA)
3) Åke Jonsson (Husqvarna)
1) Joël Robert (ČZ)
2) Torsten Hallman (Husqvarna)
3) Sylvain Geboers (ČZ)
1969 1) Bengt Åberg (Husqvarna)
2) John Banks (BSA)
3) Paul Friedrichs (ČZ)
1) Joël Robert (ČZ)
2) Sylvain Geboers (ČZ)
3) Olle Petterson (Suzuki)
1970 1) Bengt Åberg (Husqvarna)
2) Arne Kring (Husqvarna)
3) Åke Jonsson (Maico)
1) Joël Robert (Suzuki)
2) Sylvain Geboers (Suzuki)
3) Roger De Coster (ČZ)
1971 1) Roger De Coster (Suzuki)
2) Åke Jonsson (Maico)
3) Adolf Weil (Maico)
1) Joël Robert (Suzuki)
2) Håkan Andersson (Husqvarna)
3) Sylvain Geboers (Suzuki)
1972 1) Roger De Coster (Suzuki)
2) Paul Friedrichs (ČZ)
3) Heikki Mikkola (Husqvarna)
1) Joël Robert (Suzuki)
2) Håkan Andersson (Yamaha)
3) Sylvain Geboers (Suzuki)
1973 1) Roger De Coster (Suzuki)
2) Willy Bauer (Maico)
3) Jaak van Velthoven (Yamaha)
1) Håkan Andersson (Yamaha)
2) Adolf Weil (Maico)
3) Heikki Mikkola (Husqvarna)
1974 1) Heikki Mikkola (Husqvarna)
2) Roger De Coster (Suzuki)
3) Adolf Weil (Maico)
1) Guennady Moisseev (KTM)
2) Jaroslav Falta (ČZ)
3) Harry Everts (Puch)
1975 1) Roger De Coster (Suzuki)
2) Heikki Mikkola (Husqvarna)
3) Gerrit Wolsink (Suzuki)
1) Harry Everts (Puch)
2) Håkan Andersson (Yamaha)
3) Willy Bauer (Suzuki)
1) Gaston Rahier (Suzuki)
2) Gilbert de Roover (Zündapp)
3) Antoin Baborawsky (ČZ)
1976 1) Roger De Coster (Suzuki)
2) Gerrit Wolsink (Suzuki)
3) Adolf Weil (Maico)
1) Heikki Mikkola (Husqvarna)
2) Guennady Moisseev (KTM)
3) Vladimir Kavinov (KTM)
1) Gaston Rahier (Suzuki)
2) Jiri Churavy (ČZ)
3) Marty Smith (Honda)
1977 1) Heikki Mikkola (Yamaha)
2) Roger De Coster (Suzuki)
3) Gerrit Wolsink (Suzuki)
1) Guennady Moisseev (KTM)
2) Vladimir Kavinov (KTM)
3) André Malherbe (KTM)
1) Gaston Rahier (Suzuki)
2) Gerard Rond (Yamaha)
3) André Massant (Yamaha)
1978 1) Heikki Mikkola (Yamaha)
2) Brad Lackey (Honda)
3) Roger De Coster (Suzuki)
1) Guennady Moisseev (KTM)
2) Torlief Hansen (Kawasaki)
3) Hans Maisch (Maico)
1) Akira Watanabe (Suzuki)
2) Gaston Rahier (Suzuki)
3) Gerard Rond (Yamaha)
1979 1) Graham Noyce (Honda)
2) Gerrit Wolsink (Suzuki)
3) André Malherbe (Honda)
1) Håkan Carlqvist (Husqvarna)
2) Neil Hudson (Maico)
3) Vladimir Kavinov (KTM)
1) Harry Everts (Suzuki)
2) Akira Watanabe (Suzuki)
3) Gaston Rahier (Yamaha)
1980 1) André Malherbe (Honda)
2) Brad Lackey (Kawasaki)
3) Håkan Carlqvist (Yamaha)
1) Georges Jobé (Suzuki)
2) Kees van der Ven (Maico)
3) Dimitar Ranguelov (Husqvarna)
1) Harry Everts (Suzuki)
2) Michéle Rinaldi (TGM)
3) Eric Geboers (Suzuki)
1981 1) André Malherbe (Honda)
2) Graham Noyce (Honda)
3) Håkan Carlqvist (Yamaha)
1) Neil Hudson (Yamaha)
2) Georges Jobé (Suzuki)
3) Kees van der Ven (KTM)
1) Harry Everts (Suzuki)
2) Eric Geboers (Suzuki)
3) Michéle Rinaldi (Gilera)
1982 1) Brad Lackey (Suzuki)
2) André Vromans (Suzuki)
3) Neil Hudson (Yamaha)
1) Danny LaPorte (Yamaha)
2) Georges Jobé (Suzuki)
3) Kees van der Ven (KTM)
1) Eric Geboers (Suzuki)
2) Corrado Maddii (Gilera)
3) Michéle Rinaldi (Gilera)
1983 1) Håkan Carlqvist (Yamaha)
2) André Malherbe (Honda)
3) Graham Noyce (Honda)
1) Georges Jobé (Suzuki)
2) Danny LaPorte (Yamaha)
3) Kees van der Ven (KTM)
1) Eric Geboers (Suzuki)
2) Michéle Rinaldi (Suzuki)
3) Jim Gibson (Yamaha)
1984 1) André Malherbe (Honda)
2) Georges Jobé (Kawasaki)
3) David Thorpe (Honda)
1) Heinz Kinigadner (KTM)
2) Jacky Vimond (Yamaha)
3) Jeremy Whatley (Suzuki)
1) Michéle Rinaldi (Suzuki)
2) Corrado Maddii (Cagiva)
3) Kees van der Ven (KTM)
1985 1) David Thorpe (Honda)
2) André Malherbe (Honda)
3) Eric Geboers (Honda)
1) Heinz Kinigadner (KTM)
2) Jacky Vimond (Yamaha)
3) Gert-Jan van Doorn (Honda)
1) Pekka Vehkonen (Cagiva)
2) David Strijbos (Honda)
3) Corrado Maddii (Cagiva)
1986 1) David Thorpe (Honda)
2) André Malherbe (Honda)
3) Eric Geboers (Honda)
1) Jacky Vimond (Yamaha)
2) Michele Rinaldi (Suzuki)
3) Gert-Jan van Doorn (Honda)
1) David Strijbos (Cagiva)
2) John van den Berk (Yamaha)
3) Massimo Contini (Cagiva)
1987 1) Georges Jobé (Honda)
2) Kurt Nicoll (Kawasaki)
3) Kees van der Ven (KTM)
1) Eric Geboers (Honda)
2) Pekka Vehkonen (Cagiva)
3) Jörgen Nilsson (Honda)
1) John van den Berk (Yamaha)
2) David Strijbos (Cagiva)
3) Jean-Michel Bayle (Honda)
1988 1) Eric Geboers (Honda)
2) Kurt Nicoll (Kawasaki)
3) David Thorpe (Honda)
1) John van den Berk (Yamaha)
2) Pekka Vehkonen (Cagiva)
3) Rodney Smith (Suzuki)
1) Jean-Michel Bayle (Honda)
2) David Strijbos (Cagiva)
3) Pedro Tragter (Honda)
1989 1) David Thorpe (Honda)
2) Jeff Leisk (Honda)
3) Eric Geboers (Honda)
1) Jean-Michel Bayle (Honda)
2) Pekka Vehkonen (Yamaha)
3) John van den Berk (Yamaha)
1) Trampas Parker (KTM)
2) Alessandro Puzar (Suzuki)
3) Mike Healy (KTM)
1990 1) Eric Geboers (Honda)
2) Kurt Nicoll (KTM)
3) Dirk Geukens (Honda)
1) Alessandro Puzar (Suzuki)
2) Pekka Vehkonen (Yamaha)
3) John van den Berk (Suzuki)
1) Donny Schmit (Suzuki)
2) Bobby Moore (KTM)
3) Stefan Everts (Suzuki)
1991 1) Georges Jobé (Honda)
2) Jacky Martens (KTM)
3) Dirk Geukens (Honda)
1) Trampas Parker (Honda)
2) Mike Healy (KTM)
3) Alessandro Puzar (Suzuki)
1) Stefan Everts (Suzuki)
2) Bobby Moore (KTM)
3) Pedro Tragter (Suzuki)
1992 1) Georges Jobé (Honda)
2) Kurt Nicoll (KTM)
3) Billy Liles (Honda)
1) Donny Schmit (Yamaha)
2) Bobby Moore (Yamaha)
3) Edwin Evertsen (Kawasaki)
1) Greg Albertyn (Honda)
2) David Strijbos (Honda)
3) Pedro Tragter (Suzuki)
1993 1) Jacky Martens (Husqvarna)
2) Jörgen Nilsson (Honda)
3) Joël Smets (Husaberg)
1) Greg Albertyn (Honda)
2) Stefan Everts (Suzuki)
3) Donny Schmit (Yamaha)
1) Pedro Tragter (Suzuki)
2) Yves Demaria (Suzuki)
3) David Strijbos (Honda)
1994 1) Marcus Hansson (Honda)
2) Jacky Martens (Husqvarna)
3) Joël Smets (Vertemati)
1) Greg Albertyn (Suzuki)
2) Stefan Everts (Kawasaki)
3) Yves Demaria (Honda)
1) Bobby Moore (Yamaha)
2) Alessio Chiodi (Honda)
3) Pedro Tragter (Suzuki)
1995 1) Joël Smets (Husaberg)
2) Trampas Parker (KTM)
3) Darryl King (Kawasaki)
1) Stefan Everts (Kawasaki)
2) Marnicq Bervoets (Suzuki)
3) Tallon Vohland (Kawasaki)
1) Alessandro Puzar (Honda)
2) Alessio Chiodi (Yamaha)
3) Sebastien Tortelli (Kawasaki)
1996 1) Shayne King (KTM)
2) Joël Smets (Husaberg)
3) Peter Johansson (Husqvarna)
1) Stefan Everts (Honda)
2) Marnicq Bervoets (Suzuki)
3) Tallon Vohland (Kawasaki)
1) Sebastien Tortelli (Kawasaki)
2) Paul Malin (Yamaha)
3) Frédéric Vialle (Yamaha)
1997 1) Joël Smets (Husaberg)
2) Darryl King (Husqvarna)
3) Shayne King (KTM)
1) Stefan Everts (Honda)
2) Marnicq Bervoets (Suzuki)
3) Pit Beirer (Honda)
1) Alessio Chiodi (Yamaha)
2) Alessandro Puzar (TM)
3) Claudio Frederici (Husqvarna)
1998 1) Joël Smets (Husaberg)
2) Darryl King (Husqvarna)
3) Peter Johansson (Yamaha)
1) Sebastien Tortelli (Kawasaki)
2) Stefan Everts (Honda)
3) Pit Beirer (Honda)
1) Alessio Chiodi (Husqvarna)
2) David Vuillemin (Yamaha)
3) Alessandro Puzar (TM)
1999 1) Andrea Bartolini (Yamaha)
2) Peter Johansson (KTM)
3) Joël Smets (Husaberg)
1) Frédéric Bolley (Honda)
2) Pit Beirer (Honda)
3) David Vuillemin
1) Alessio Chiodi (Husqvarna)
2) Claudio Frederici (Yamaha)
3) Mike Brown (Honda)
2000 1) Joël Smets (KTM)
2) Marnicq Bervoets (Yamaha)
3) Peter Johansson
1) Frédéric Bolley (Honda)
2) Mickaël Pichon (Suzuki)
3) Pit Beirer (Honda)
1) Grant Langston (KTM)
2) James Dobb
3) Mike Brown
2001 1) Stefan Everts (Yamaha)
2) Joël Smets (KTM)
3) Marnicq Bervoets (Yamaha)
1) Mickaël Pichon (Suzuki)
2) Chad Reed (Kawasaki)
3) Gordon Crockard (Honda)
1) James Dobb (KTM)
2) Steve Ramon (Kawasaki)
3) Erik Eggens (KTM)
2002 1) Stefan Everts (Yamaha)
2) Joël Smets (KTM)
3) Javier Garcia Vico (KTM)
1) Mickaël Pichon (Suzuki)
2) Josh Coppins (Honda)
3) Pit Beirer (Honda)
1) Mickael Maschio (Kawasaki)
2) Steve Ramon (KTM)
3) Patrick Caps (KTM)
Year MXGP MX2 650cc
2003 1) Stefan Everts (Yamaha)
2) Joël Smets (KTM)
3) Mickaël Pichon (Suzuki)
1) Steve Ramon (KTM)
2) Stefan Everts (Yamaha)
3) Andrea Bartolini (Yamaha)
1) Joël Smets (KTM)
2) Javier Garcia Vico
3) Cedric Melotte
Year MX1 MX2 MX3
2004 1) Stefan Everts (Yamaha)
2) Mickaël Pichon (Honda)
3) Josh Coppins (Honda)
1) Ben Townley (KTM)
2) Tyla Rattray (KTM)
3) Antonio Cairoli (Yamaha)
1) Yves Demaria (KTM)
2) Christian Beggi (Honda)
3) Daniele Bricca (Honda)
2005 1) Stefan Everts (Yamaha)
2) Josh Coppins (Honda)
3) Ben Townley (KTM)
1) Antonio Cairoli (Yamaha)
2) Andrew McFarlane (Yamaha)
3) Alessio Chiodi (Yamaha)
1) Sven Breugelmans (KTM)
2) Yves Demaria (KTM)
3) Julien Bill (KTM)
2006 1) Stefan Everts (Yamaha)
2) Kevin Strijbos (Suzuki)
3) Steve Ramon (Suzuki)
1) Christophe Pourcel (Kawasaki)
2) Antonio Cairoli (Yamaha)
3) David Philippaerts (KTM)
1) Yves Demaria (KTM)
2) Sven Breugelmans (KTM)
3) Christian Beggi (Honda)
2007 1) Steve Ramon (Suzuki)
2) Kevin Strijbos (Suzuki)
3) Josh Coppins (Yamaha)
1) Antonio Cairoli (Yamaha)
2) Tommy Searle (KTM)
3) Christophe Pourcel (Kawasaki)
1) Yves Demaria (Yamaha)
2) Sven Breugelmans (KTM)
3) Jussi-Pekka Vehvilainen (Honda)
2008 1) David Philippaerts (Yamaha)
2) Steve Ramon (Suzuki)
3) Ken De Dycker (Suzuki)
1) Tyla Rattray (KTM)
2) Tommy Searle (KTM)
3) Nicolas Aubin (Yamaha)
1) Sven Breugelmans (KTM)
2) Christian Beggi (Honda)
3) Christophe Martin (Husqvarna)
2009 1) Antonio Cairoli (Yamaha)
2) Maximilian Nagl (KTM)
3) Clement Desalle (Honda)
1) Marvin Musquin (KTM)
2) Rui Gonçalves (KTM)
3) Gautier Paulin (Kawasaki)
1) Pierre Renet (Suzuki)
2) Alex Salvini (Husqvarna)
3) Antti Pyrhonen (Honda)
2010 1) Antonio Cairoli (KTM)
2) Clement Desalle (Suzuki)
3) David Philippaerts (Yamaha)
1) Marvin Musquin (KTM)
2) Ken Roczen (Suzuki)
3) Steven Frossard (Kawasaki)
1) Carlos Campano (Yamaha)
2) Alex Salvini (Husqvarna)
3) Matevz Irt (Husqvarna)
2011 1) Antonio Cairoli (KTM)
2) Steven Frossard (Yamaha)
3) Clement Desalle (Suzuki)
1) Ken Roczen (KTM)
2) Jeffrey Herlings (KTM)
3) Tommy Searle (Kawasaki)
1) Julien Bill (Honda)
2) Milko Potisek (Honda)
3) Martin Michek (KTM)
2012 1) Antonio Cairoli (KTM)
2) Clement Desalle (Suzuki)
3) Gautier Paulin (Kawasaki)
1) Jeffrey Herlings (KTM)
2) Tommy Searle (Kawasaki)
3) Jeremy van Horebeek (KTM)
1) Matthias Walkner (KTM)
2) Martin Michek (KTM)
3) Günter Schmidinger (Honda)
2013 1) Antonio Cairoli (KTM)
2) Clement Desalle (Suzuki)
3) Ken De Dycker (KTM)
1) Jeffrey Herlings (KTM)
2) Jordi Tixier (KTM)
3) José Butron (KTM)
1) Klemen Gerčar (Honda)
2) Martin Michek (KTM)
3) Matthias Walkner (KTM)
Year MXGP MX2
2014 1) Antonio Cairoli (KTM)
2) Jeremy van Horebeek (Yamaha)
3) Kevin Strijbos (Suzuki)
1) Jordi Tixier (KTM)
2) Jeffrey Herlings (KTM)
3) Romain Febvre (Husqvarna)

World Championships by nationality

Country 500cc / MX3 Country 250cc / MX1 Country 125cc / MX2
Belgium 24 Belgium 18 Belgium 10
Sweden 10 Italy 8 Italy 7
United Kingdom 6 France 7 France 7
France 4 Sweden 6 Netherlands 5
East Germany 3 USSR 4 South Africa 3
Finland 3 United States 3 United States 3
Italy 1 Austria 2 Finland 1
New Zealand 1 South Africa 2 Japan 1
United States 1 Finland 1 New Zealand 1
Spain 1 Netherlands 1 United Kingdom 1
Switzerland 1 United Kingdom 1 Germany 1
Austria 1
Slovenia 1

Without the European Championships. Last updated: 19 September 2014

World Championships by rider

Rider Titles
Stefan Everts 10 (3 x MX1, 1 x MXGP, 2 x 500cc, 3 x 250cc, 1 x 125cc)
Antonio Cairoli 8 (5 x MX1, 1 x MXGP, 2 x MX2)
Joël Robert 6 (6 x 250cc)
Roger De Coster 5 (5 x 500cc)
Joël Smets 5 (4 x 500cc, 1 x 650cc)
Eric Geboers 5 (2 x 500cc, 1 x 250cc, 2 x 125cc)
Georges Jobé 5 (3 x 500cc, 2 x 250cc)
Heikki Mikkola 4 (3 x 500cc, 1 x 250cc)
Torsten Hallman 4 (4 x 250cc)
Harry Everts 4 (1 x 250cc, 3 x 125cc)
André Malherbe 3 (3 x 500cc)
David Thorpe 3 (3 x 500cc)
Paul Friedrichs 3 (3 x 500cc)
Guennady Moisseev 3 (3 x 250cc)
Greg Albertyn 3 (2 x 250cc, 1 x 125cc)
Gaston Rahier 3 (3 x 125cc)
Alessio Chiodi 3 (3 x 125cc)
Yves Demaria 3 (3 x MX3)
Bengt Aberg 2 ( 2 x 500cc)
Jean-Michel Bayle 2 (1 x 250cc, 1 x 125cc)
John Van den Berk 2 (1 x 250 cc, 1 x 125 cc)
Frédéric Bolley 2 (2 x 250cc)
Sven Breugelmans 2 (2 x MX3 )
Håkan Carlqvist 2 (1 x 500cc, 1 x 250cc)
Heinz Kinigadner 2 (2 x 250cc)
Sten Lundin 2 (2 x 500cc)
Marvin Musquin 2 (2 x MX2)
Bill Nilsson 2 (2 x 500cc)
Trampas Parker 2 (1 x 250cc, 1 x 125cc)
Mickael Pichon 2 (2 x 250cc)
Alessandro Puzar 2 (1 x 250cc, 1 x 125cc)
Steve Ramon 2 (1 x MX1, 1 x 125cc)
Donny Schmit 2 (1 x 250cc, 1 x 125cc)
Jeff Smith 2 (2 x 500cc)
Rolf Tibblin 2 (2 x 500cc)
Sebastien Tortelli 2 (1 x 250cc, 1 x 125cc)
Jeffrey Herlings 2 (2 x MX2)
Bob Moore 1 (1 x 125cc)
Jordi Tixier 1 (1 x MX2)

Medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Belgium 55 46 34 135
2  France 18 10 13 41
3  Sweden 17 20 18 55
4  Italy 16 15 14 45
5  Great Britain 12 19 15 46
6  United States 7 8 10 25
7  Netherlands 6 11 19 36
8  Germany 5 8 11 24
9  Finland 5 5 4 14
10  South Africa 5 1 0 6
11  Russia 4 1 2 7
12  Austria 3 0 2 5
13  New Zealand 2 4 5 11
14  Czech Republic 1 5 6 12
15  Spain 1 1 2 4
16  Japan 1 1 0 2
17  Switzerland 1 0 1 2
18  Slovenia 1 0 1 2
19  Australia 0 3 0 3
20  Ukraine 0 1 2 3
21  Portugal 0 1 0 1
22  Bulgaria 0 0 1 1
23  Ireland 0 0 1 1
Total 160 160 161 481

Including also the European Championships. Last updated: 19 September 2014.

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c "History of Individual Motocross World Championships". fim-live.com. Retrieved 11 October 2011. 

External links

  • Official website
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