For Max Nagl the 2016 MXoN ended prematurely after the German suffered a heavy fall during his qualifying moto on Saturday. Thankfully avoiding any serious injury Nagl decided not to contest Sunday’s final motos.
Rounding out his participation in the 2016 Motocross World Championship with fourth overall at the GP of USA, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Max Nagl collected the points needed to secure third place in this year’s MXGP championship.
Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s MXGP star Max Nagl rounded out his participation in round 17 of the series with two top ten moto finishes for ninth overall at the GP of Americas. Holding on to fifth for most of the opening moto, Nagl suffered a fall five laps before the end and had to settle for 10th. With his FC 450 machine powering him to a convincing holeshot the German went on to finish moto two in ninth position.
Fast and consistent despite challenging and changing track conditions, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s MXGP star Max Nagl wrapped up round 16 of the 2016 FIM Motocross World Championship with fourth overall in Assen. With his FC 450 powering him to a good start in moto one, Nagl remained mistake-free and managed to cross the finish line in sixth place.
Struggling with a finger injury he picked up during the MXGP qualifying race, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Max Nagl was unable to continue his strong run of form in Switzerland. Spending most of the opening moto in ninth position the German lost a place to Tim Gajser two laps before the end to finish 10th. Getting a poor start in moto two Nagl was 13th at the chequered flag for 12th overall.
Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Christophe Charlier will not compete in this weekend’s MXGP of Switzerland – round 15 of the 2016 FIM Motocross World Championship. Suffering with a groin injury in recent weeks, Christophe further aggravated his injury at last weekend’s GP of Belgium.
Currently third in the MXGP class of the 2016 FIM Motocross World Championship aboard his FC 450, in 2017 Nagl will compete in the MXGP championship for a third season on Husqvarna machinery. MXGP championship leader during the first nine rounds of the 2015 season, Max held a 30-point lead before injury at his home GP curtailed his championship aspirations. This year Max has secured no fewer than 14 top three moto finishes with race wins in Argentina, The Czech republic and Belgium.