Started the Spanish MX Elite Motocross Championship 2012 and did so at the facilities of the Complex del Motor d'Albaida. One more year, three will be the pilots who will fight to win the title: Alvaro Lozano with Yamaha, Jose Antonio Butron with KTM and Jonathan Barragan, which after two years at Kawasaki this year has signed for Honda. In the world championship, he will team up with Ken De Dycker in LS Honda Racing while in Spain, he has reached an agreement with Montesa Honda to team up with his brother and cousin Jesús and Christian.
The store Alvaro Lozano He was the fastest in training, making it very clear from the beginning that he wanted to win in front of his Valencian neighbors. However in the first sleeve, Jose A. Butron He gave the surprise and took the victory dominating from start to finish. From behind, Álvaro Lozano did not start very well and even fell to the ground in the first bars of the race, but managed to come back to second. Jonathan Barragán, testing with his Honda and convalescing from a wrist injury, settled for third place.
In the second round, José A. Butrón came out like an arrow again, although this time Alvaro Lozano he managed to hunt down the fifth lap and take the lead to take victory and with it, the test and the lead in the provisional general classification. Jonathan Barragán again signed a third place that placed him in the same position on the final podium.
Again we want to thank Ginés Romero that you have provided us with the photos of the weekend. At the end, you have a magnificent gallery with which to enjoy exclusive photos of the Albaida event.
The next appointment will be held on March 11 in Osuna (Seville)
Classification first round Albaida: * 1. José A. Butrón (KTM), 34:45, 138 * 2. Álvaro Lozano (Yamaha), +00: 13, 024 * 3. Jonathan Barragán (Honda), +00: 42, 139 * 4. Fabien Izoird (Suzuki), +01: 05, 660 * 5. Gunder Schmidinger (Honda), +01: 34, 726
Classification second round Albaida: * 1. Álvaro Lozano (Yamaha), 34:50, 041 * 2. José A. Butrón (KTM), +00: 06, 874 * 3. Jonathan Barragán (Honda), +00: 34, 821 * 4. Maxime Lesage (Kawasaki), +01: 37, 459 * 5. Fabien Izoird (Suzuki), 1 lap
Classification MX Elite Albaida: * 1. Álvaro Lozano (Yamaha), 47 points * 2. José A. Butrón (KTM), 47 points. * 3. Jonathan Barragán (Honda), 40 pts. * 4. Fabien Izoird (Suzuki), 34 pts. * 5. Gunder Schmidinger (Honda), 31 pts.
Provisional MX Elite general classification: * 1. Álvaro Lozano (Yamaha), 47 points * 2. José A. Butrón (KTM), 47 points. * 3. Jonathan Barragán (Honda), 40 pts. * 4. Fabien Izoird (Suzuki), 34 pts. * 5. Gunder Schmidinger (Honda), 31 pts.
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