Round 2 of the Asian Motocross/Supercross Championship (AMSC) will be held at the Moringiin Davaa, south west from the Chinggis Khaan Airport on this weekend on June 09-10, 2012. Riders from 10 countries including the Philippines, Thailand, Japan, Guam, China, South Korea, Iran and Mongolia are to compete in 85 cc, 125/MX2 and Veterans class categories.
In 2011, Mongolia was chosen from 2 other countries, who have also been nominated to host the championship. Under the special decree by the Government of Mongolia 145 million MNT has been drawn from the state fund to finance the organizing of the championship. According to the organizers, the Ministry of Health of Mongolia is working in charge of the material supplies needed for the tournament, where “Naran Trade” LLC, “Mon Aisyuo” LLC, SBN TV-channel, Motor transport depot for State and Governmental service and Physical Culture and Sports Commission of Inner Mongolia, People’s Republic of China are taking part as promoters and sponsors of the tournament. The Championship will be broadcasted live on NTV
and SBN TV channels.
“This championship is considered to be the biggest qualification challenge for the riders before the World Championship to be held in Belgium at the end of this September. We believe that our riders
will show a great performance at this tournament as our team has been prepared well for the tournament and renewed their technical facilities and mechanisms”, said the General Secretary of the Mongolian Automobile Motorcycle Sports Federation D.Ochirsukh.
Round 1 of the 2012 FIM Asia Motocross/Supercross Championship was organized in Puerto Princesa, the Philippines on April 15, 2012.
Here below the winners of the Round 1 Championship held in 85cc, 125/MX2 and Veterans categories respectively.
Moto 1, 85cc 15 min + 2 laps
I. Mark Flores - Honda
II. Gabriel Macaso - Yamaha
III. Radzie Kallahal - Honda
Moto 1, Veterans (40-55 years old) 10 min + 1 lap
I. Bel Basaya - Honda
II. Jojo Magan - Honda
III. Raymond Espinosa - Yamaha
Moto 1, 125/MX2 20min + 2 laps
I. Arnon Theplib - Honda
II. Tomoya Suzuki - Yamaha
III. Jugkrit Suksripaisan - Honda
Moto 2, 85cc 15 min + 2 laps
I. Mark Flores
II. Gabriel Macasa
III. Radzie Kallahal
Moto 2, Veterans 10 min + 1 lap
I. Roman Llorente - Philippines
II. Raymond Espinosa - Philippines
III. Stan Yasuhiro - Guam
Moto 2, 125/MX2 20 min + 2 laps
I. Arnon Theplib - Thailand
II. Jugkrit Suksripaisan - Thailand
III. Tomoya Suzuki - Japan