Round 18: GP of USA - Glen Helen - 20.09.2015
Sun, sea and motocross. The legendary American soil of California has hosted the final race of the 2015 season on the track at Glen Helen situated near San Bernardino, about one hundred kilometers from Los Angeles. The American track, "main target" for all the motocross fans around the world, went on stage the last act of the "regular season." With the title of MXGP already assigned, the dominant motif of the American race was the return to competition of Antonio Cairoli. Defending champion, always riding his KTM 450 SX-F supported by Athena - GET after five rounds of forced absence due to the injury to his left elbow, and was featured in the spotlight. In the first heat he managed to win the fifth place finish after starting at the top, marking the fastest lap, which showed that his speed on the track is always a reference for all the riders involved in the race. The victory of the day went into the hands of the new world champion Romain Febvre that riding his Yamaha 450 factory equipped with the GP1 EVO ECU and data acquisition system M40. In the top ten of the day closed Jeremy Van Horebeek (Yamaha Factory Racing Yamalube) competing with the data acquisition system and M40 and Tommy Searle (Red Bull KTM Factory) that were ranked eighth and ninth respectively in the rankings of GP. In MX2 instead, the games were more hard with the world title to be allocated during the last two motos of the season. In contention he had been the young Latvian Pauls Jonass (Red Bull KTM Factory) but had to be content to receive at the end of the race the silver medal of vice world champion. Jonass had arrived with eighteen points of delay from the top of the overall and despite attempts to catch up is not successful in bringing his KTM 250 SX-F supported by Athena - GET to the top of the world. For Jonass it was still a very good season closed with a deserved and unexpected second place overall. The Swiss Valentin Guillod (Standing Construct Yamaha Yamalube) making the most of his Yamaha equipped with the control unit GP1 Evo and the data acquisition system M40 closed the championship close from the podium with a fourth place in the overall classification. In American soil was the author of two great motos ending the GP in third place overall. The season of motocross will arrive to the end next Sunday, at the track of Ernée, France, which will host the the Motocross of Nations 2015.
Athena - GET, again at the top. Thomas Covington won his first GP in career, Romain Febvre has celebrated the world title with a double victory.
Round 17: GP of Mexico - Leon - 13.09.2015
The world motocross champioship faced the last trip that brought the stars of the 2015 season in Leon, Mexico, before moving to California for the last GP scheduled. The gp was held within the metropolitan park of the city of Leon, in the state of Guanajuato. The Mexican circuit hosted the penultimate GP of the year with a totally different climate conditions in the two-day of the race. On Saturday, the optimum temperature and soil in very good condition. On Sunday, heavy soil due the rain falls overnight. Despite this, the races were held regularly for a great show. In MX2 class was Thomas Covington to surprise everyone managing to gain his first career victory in the World Motocross championship on bord of his Kawasaki KRT MX2 equipped with the control unit GP1 Evo and the data acquisition system M40. The american, after his excellent fourth place in the first heat was able to gain the victory in the final moto pocketing the necessary score to celebrate his first win ever since he arrived in the motocross world. The third step of the podium went in the hands of Benoit Paturel, at his first appearance in "medals zone" of his career on board of his Yamaha YZF 250 equipped with the control unit GP1 Evo and the data acquisition system M40. In MXGP, Romain Febvreawarded the title with two races in advance, did not change the "music" on the track and was able once again to win both motos riding his Yamaha 450 factory equipped with the GP1 Evo ECU and the data acquisition system M40 to achieve victory with the statement in both races. Jeremy Van Horebeek (Yamaha Factory Racing Yamalube) and Glen Coldenhoff (Suzuki - Rockstar Energy) have concluded respectively in fourth and fifth place in the race with both the data acquisition system M40.
Next Sunday, at the Glen Helen Raceway track situated in California (USA), will be held the last GP of the season 2015.
Après le grand succès obtenu dans le public et les excellents résultats obtenus sur la piste avec KTM Duke125 et Duke200, Athena continue à enrichir l’offre de Boitier électroniques Racing avec des nouvelles ECU dédié à KTM Duke 390 et KTM RC 390. Ce kit comprend une unité de remplacement, le câblage et un interrupteur mappe 1-2, pour choisir la pleine puissance a tous les regimes ou une puissance adoucie. La courbe d’injection installé a été développée pour donner les meilleures performances quand combinée avec un échappement aftermarket racing et au filtre Racing DNA en coton.
Beaucoup d'informations dans les fiches techniques:
Athena est le fournisseur officiel du Trophée KTM RC390 CUP, organisé dans le «Campionato Italiano Velocità » en fournissant toutes les motos en compétition avec ECU GET et filtre à air DNA.
Athena - GET is MXGP World Champion with Romain Febvre and European Champion EMX250 with Nick Kouwenberg. In MX2, Jonass still in fight for the title.
Round 16: GP of Netherlands - Assen - 30.08.2015
GP number sixteen of the 2015 season was held on artificial track in Assen, Holland. Housed within the prestigious racetrack where you usually do "stage" of Moto GP, the sandy bottom has hidden a lot of pitfalls to all the top riders of the motocross world championship. In MXGP, day to remember for the colors Athena - GET. Romain Febvre, riding his Yamaha 450 factory equipped with the control unit GP1 EVO and the dataacquisition system M40 was graduated World Champion on the top class, MXGP. The French, in the first year of stay in the best class, has managed to clinch the overall victory by demonstrating superiority over its opponents at every opportunity. Febvre, closed the GP in second place. To the podium, third on the overall, even the Dutchman Glen Coldenhoff (Suzuki - Rockstar Energy) in the race with the data acquisition system M40. In the MX2 class, the Latvian Pauls Jonass riding his KTM SXF 250 Red Bull Factory supported by Athena - GET and promoted to "captain" of KTM squad after the injury which eliminated prematurely Jeffrey Herlings from the fight for the championship, arrived in Holland with the red plate of overall leader's well anchored on his KTM SXF 250 Factory. After a very clever first moto, where he finished in second place, Pauls was the victim of a fall at the start of race 2 that has compromised the second moto. In fact, in a contact between the bikes were involved in the fall, his bike was damaged and the Latvian rider had to put in place a comeback from last place that ended with the thirteenth final position. With the scores obtained, Jonass remains in second place in the championship thirteen point less of the leader of the general, and remains fully on fight for the title that will be assigned overseas races scheduled for the weekend of 13 and 20 September in Mexico and USA. Close to the podium, fourth in overall, ended the GP, the Belgian Julien Lieber (Standing Construct Yamaha Yamalube) who, with his Yamaha YZF 250 equipped with the control unit GP1 EVO and the data acquisition system M40, came close to the "medals zone ".
In EMX 250, JTech Honda rider Nick Kouwenberg won the European EMX250 Championship, using our GET GP1 Evo ECU.
The world championship motocross races will return in two weeks in Mexico, in Leon, where the weekend of september 12-13, will be held the seventeenth and penultimate GP of the season.
Round 15: GP of Lombardia - Mantova - 23.08.2015
Initially planned in Brazil, the GP n. 15 of the motocross world championship season 2015 was held on the circuit "Tazio Nuvolari" in Mantova. On a summer weekend, but not characterized by the torrid heat of the last week, only the two classes that are preparing to give the world championships titles on the hands of the best riders, was allowed to race. In MX2, the situation of the general classification is virtually unchanged compared to the previous race because Pauls Jonass was able to reach the third step of the podium but with the same score of his rival for the world championship crown. Latvian rider kept on his KTM SXF 250 Red Bull Factory supported by Athena - GET always with four-point lead over closest rival. Close to the podium, fourth overall, finished the race Benoit Paturel (Kemea Yamaha Yamalube) with his Yamaha YZF 250 equipped with the control unit GP1 Evo and the data acquisition system M40. The Frenchman was followed by Valentin Guillod (Standing Construct Yamaha Yamalube) that because of some mistakes in the race has lost points against Jonass and will have to fight to stay in the race for the world title. In MXGP, only mathematics separates Romain Febvre from winning the world championship of the highest category. The rider of Team Yamaha Factory Racing Yamalube won both heats aboard his factory Yamaha 450 equipped with the control unit GP1 Evo and the data acquisition system M40. With the points conquered he brought to "101" his lead in the overall standings. The French man simply do not lose points from his pursuer, in the next race, and will win the title two races before the end of championship. Behind him the teammate Jeremy Van Horebeek (Yamaha Factory Racing Yamalube) always in racing with the factory Yamaha 450 equipped with the control unit GP1 Evo and the data acquisition system M40.
First race in MXGP for the Massignani Racing Team with Federico Bracesco in MXGP and Giuseppe Tropepe in MX2. Great compliments for “BRAC” that took one of the leading places at the start, thanks to our Kit Stage 1, overtaking most of the top class best riders.
The world championship motocross moves directly in Holland, in Assen, where, during the weekend of august 29 - 30 will be held the sixteenth GP of the season