2019 Motocross of Nations Results

October 2, 2019 / by Rekluse Team

The rain-soaked 73rd FIM Motocross of Nations is in the books! Congratulations to all our riders for a day of hard-fought racing. See how Rekluse riders from around the world finished. 

Glenn Coldenhoff, Team Netherlands 


Photo credit: Bavo Swijgers 

Coming into the weekend as home-track favorites, Team Netherlands delivered. Coldenhoff continued his hot streak from the end of the MXGP season to take the win in both of his motos, earning the Open Class Championship for a second consecutive year. Coldenhoff runs our TorqDrive Clutch Pack in his Standing Construct KTM 450 SX-F.

Thomas Kjer Olsen, Team Denmark

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Photo credit: Bavo Swijgers

The Husqvarna rider had an impressive showing in the MX2 Class. He took 8th in both of his motos, locking up the MX2 Class Title. Olsen's strong showing helped his team earn 10th place overall.

Pauls Jonass, Team Latvia

Pauls Jonass MXoN - Credit Rockstar Husqvarna, Juan Pablo Acevedo

© Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing, Juan Pablo Acevedo

Jonass was able to stay out of trouble in the intense conditions, showing good speed on his way to 2-3 finishes. He earned 2nd in the Open Class. Jonass utilizes Core Manual in his Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing FC 450. 

Alvin Östlund, Team Sweden

Photo credit: Revo Husqvarna

Östlund's fifth MXoN for Team Sweden brought his best finish yet. He went 14-16, securing 3rd in the MX2 Class.

Team USA

Photo credit: Bavo Swijgers

The American team of Jason Anderson (MXGP class), Zach Osborne (Open class), and Justin Cooper (MX2 class) made their way overseas early to train for the deep Assen sand. When the skies opened on race day, conditions worsened to levels not yet seen by the team. 

Zach Osborne was the strongest USA performer, turning in 5-13 moto scores to secure 5th in the Open class. 

Jason Anderson came back from a difficult first moto (in which he finished 17th) to take 8th in his second moto, earning 6th in the MXGP class. 

Justin Cooper fought through bike damage in his first moto to take 25th. The resulting hand injury lingered for the second moto, but Cooper soldiered on to take 29th. He ended the day 15th in the MX2 class. 

Osborne and Anderson both run Core Manual in their Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing FC 450s. 

Cooper utilizes our premier manual clutch system, Core Manual TorqDrive, in his Monster Energy/Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha YZ250F. 

Full Results 

Rider Class Moto Finishes Class Standing Team Team Standing
Glenn Coldenhoff Open 1-1 1 Netherlands 1
Thomas Kjer Olsen MX2 8-8 1 Denmark 10
Pauls Jonass Open 2-3 2 Latvia 8
Alvin Ostlund MX2 14-16 3 Sweden 14
Adam Sterry MX2 12-24 5 UK 3
Zach Osborne Open 5-13 5 USA 6
Jordi Tixier Open 6-16 6 France 5
Jason Anderson MXGP 8-17 6 USA 6
Kyle Webster MX2 14-23 7 Australia 15
Kevin Strijbos Open 11-17 8 Belgium 2
Tanel Leok MXGP 13-14 9 Estonia 4
Valentin Guillod MX2 19-24 9 Switzerland 11
Ivo Monticelli MXGP 7-32 11 Italy 16
Justin Cooper MX2 25-29 15 USA 6
Dylan Walsh MX2 39-39 19 New Zealand 19

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