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17 January 2011, 21:28
Women's motocross champion Livia Lancelot has officially become apart of the extended Sidi Sportfamily. Sidi 's stable of championsfor the 2011 season is made up of great men and great women, all athletes of thehighest calibre who are extraordinary people in and out of the race. Now theirranks are enhanced with another important personality.
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02 September 2009, 21:11
Steffi Laier was crowned FIM Women’s World champion yesterday, confirming her superior performance in the championship.
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08 June 2009, 02:32
Livia Lancelot wrapped up her first overall win at home track Ernee in great style, with the Championship leader dominating both moto’s and topping the podium from Laier and Papenmeier. Lining up for moto two after yesterday’s dominant performance, pole sitter Lancelot got another good start to move past Laier on the outside of the first corner.
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07 June 2009, 03:47
The French meeting of the FIM Women’s Motocross World Championship started off today with the first moto victory of home rider and defending Champion Livia Lancelot. Starting from pole, Lancelot led home rivals Papenmeier and Laier. Moto two, to be televised live, will get underway tomorrow.
05 June 2009, 22:03
The Motocross World Championship is still wide open and so will the engines rev this weekend in Ernee, France for the 8th round of the FIM MX World Championship. The cards are continuously shuffled with riders getting injured and others making strong comebacks.
07 May 2009, 14:45
Following a great season opener in Sevlievo, Bulgaria, on April 5 the FIM Women’s Motocross World Championship collective will be back into the saddle this weekend as defending Champion Lancelot leads the standings ahead of Laier and Fiolek.
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09 December 2008, 23:33
Livia Lancelot got all eyes on her at the glamorous FIM Awards, as she was the queen of the night, in a magnificent evening dress. Sébastien Pourcel received the prestigious MX1 Pole Position Award. The magnificent “Salle des Etoiles” in Monaco was once more the meeting point for all the Motocross and Supermoto World Champions, celebrated by more than 500 guests during an unforgettable evening. To start with, all the Champions attended a press conference, and later received their FIM Prize during the dinner gala.
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20 October 2008, 21:35
With the new season rapidly approaching Kawasaki firmly finalise their plans for world championship success in 2009. After enjoying a very successful end to the 2008 racing year – with Kawasaki riders dominating the Motocross of Nations at Donington Park – Kawasaki are now making plans and looking forward to what promises to be an even more lucrative season results-wise in 2009.
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09 September 2008, 16:57
Livia Lancelot grabbed the first ever Women’s Motocross World Championship title and won her second GP of the season in Lierop on board her GPKR Kawasaki. It has been a long time since Livia got a Pee Wee as a present for Christmas. Nobody in her family was involved in motorcycling and she started practicing in the garden around her parent’s house. Later moving to real motocross tracks and starting her career with local, regional and later national races amongst the men she joined the Kawasaki family three years ago when Roger Pourcel offered her a ride in the GPKR team alongside his sons.
03 July 2008, 15:41
Livia Lancelot regained the red plate in the Women’s World Championship finishing second overall in Teutschental while Sébastien Pourcel took fifth place in the MX1 class and is fifth in the standings
Round eight of 15 in the MX1 series the German Grand Prix has been one of the hottest so far and most of the riders struggled with the hardpack layout. Second in the qualifying session on Saturday Sébastien didn’t really take advantage of his good position and was fifth after one lap in race one.
01 July 2008, 00:43
An action packed weekend of Motocross racing ended today at Teutschenthal in front of 34,000 spectators. Kiwi Joshua Coppins came back to victory by finishing first in both heats and is now second in the Championship from Yamaha team mate David Philippaerts. Tyla Rattray wrapped up the overall and the red plate in the MX2 class. Home rider Steffi Laier won this penultimate round of the Women’s World Championship from series leader Livia Lancelot and Maria Franke.
01 July 2008, 00:39
The penultimate round of the Women’s Motocross World Championship begun today in Teutschenthal in eventful conditions for the Championship standings. Series leader Katherine Prumm is out with a broken left collarbone and with third placed Ashley Fiolek also missing round four, the points standings might change dramatically after Sunday’s two motos as Livia Lancelot will start from pole.
01 July 2008, 00:38
Day one of the German Grand Prix at Teutschenthal was a dry one and hosted some good qualifying action both in the MX1 and MX2 classes. Ken de Dycker took the eventual pole in MX1 while archrivals Tony Cairoli and Tyla Rattray won the qualifying heats to take the best two spots on the gate of tomorrow’s MX2 Grand Prix. In the Women’s Motocross World Championship qualifying session Livia Lancelot led from home riders Maria Franke and Larissa Papenmeier.
01 July 2008, 00:34
After their latest appearance in St. Jean d’Angely, the FIM Women’s Motocross World Championship riders are back to action in Germany for the penultimate round of the series. The latest news is that series leader Katherine Prumm of Yamaha Van Beers will sit out of this weekend’s German round as she broke her left collarbone; the two time World Cup winner’s 2008 season started with a broken right ACL but Prumm could ride through the pain to collect the red plate at round three in St. Jean. With the Kiwi out, current runner up Livia Lancelot of GPKR is looking forward to taking back the red plate which she was snatched by Prumm at St. Jean, which was a bitter home event for Lancelot.
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26 May 2008, 21:42
The track of Villars sous Ecot hosted a round of the French Elite and Women’s Championship this weekend and Grand Prix Kawasaki Racing riders Sébastien Pourcel and Livia Lancelot dominated Double win for GPKR with Sébastien and Livia. Home of several Grand Prix in the 1980’s the track of Villars sous Ecot hosted a round of the French Elite and Women’s Championship this weekend. On a brand new layout the Grand Prix Kawasaki Racing riders took more success as Sébastien Pourcel and Livia Lancelot dominate their respective classes.
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20 May 2008, 17:02
Grand Prix Kawasaki Racing’s Sébastien Pourcel won his third heat of the year in Mantova and for the third time in a row he reached the podium with a second position overall in the Grand Prix of Italy. The weather was not as sunny as expected this weekend in Mantova and this event was run under cloudy and sometimes rainy conditions, which affected the circuit. Sébastien didn’t feel confident on Saturday and his run of pole positions was interrupted as he finished the timed session in seventh place.
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16 May 2008, 16:49
Normally found circulating the racetracks aboard his Ninja ZX-RR MotoGP machine, Anthony West got the chance this week to test a factory Kawasaki race bike of a very different sort. A keen off-roader when he's not racing in MotoGP, West was quick to accept an invitation from GPKR Team Manager, Patrick Geladé, to join the factory Kawasaki GPKR motocross team at a private off-road test track in Belgium, before heading off to Le Mans for this weekend's French Grand Prix.
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15 May 2008, 13:15
After round one in Sevlievo, Bulgaria, the first edition of the FIM Women’s Motocross World Championship will be in Mantova, Italy, for round two, taking place this weekend before the month break preceding the French round in St. Jean d’Angely (June 15th). As the series touches the Italian soil for the first time, Livia Lancelot tasted her maiden win in Bulgaria and now heads the points standings.
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13 May 2008, 11:15
Team Grand Prix Kawasaki Racing celebrated another GP win this weekend as Livia Lancelot won the opening round of the Women’s World Championship. Home of the Bulgarian GP for several years now Sevlievo offered two different types of race this year as the weather changed so fast on Sunday. The first races took place on a dry track in hot temperatures before a storm changed the conditions between the heats. On Saturday the track was in perfect condition and once more Sébastien Pourcel was the fastest rider in all the sessions scoring his third consecutive pole position. Fastest during the free practice periods Livia Lancelot didn’t find a clear lap during the timed session and qualified third in the Women’s class.
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12 May 2008, 22:22
Livia Lancelot took her first ever victory today at Sevlievo, under mixed weather conditions which made the second moto a lot harder than the first, as the course got more slippery. 27,000 spectators attended this opening round of the FIM Women’s Motocross World Championship which will move to Italy next week for the second of five rounds. Having started the FIM Women’s World Cup in 2005 as a privateer, current GPKR rider Livia Lancelot took her first overall win today, at round one of the first edition of the FIM Women’s Motocross World Championship. Ending runner up to Suzuki Inotec’s Larissa Papenmeier in the first moto, Livia took victory in heat two as her rival crashed and injured her right foot.