Pourcel Wins 125cc Euro Final

GENEVA, Switzerland (December 6, 2002) – Team Yamaha’s David Vuillemin
turned in the fastest lap times at Friday night’s practice at the opening
round of THQ World Supercross GP presented by Thor and Parts Unlimited with
a 42.624 in the first practice and a 41.799 in the second practice.
Kawasaki’s Sebastien Pourcel captured the 125cc Euro win. The stage is set
for tomorrow night’s 250cc main event, which will feature the world’s top
supercross riders.

Heat 1 Starting List (Saturday)

Jeremy McGrath
Heath Voss
Kyle Lewis
Timmy Ferry
Keith Johnson
Chad Reed
Stephane Demartis
Steve Boniface
Andrew Short
Davide Degli Esposti
Doug Dehaan
Jeremy Israel
Joe Oehloff
Ted Campbell
Jason McCormick

Heat 2 Staring List (Saturday)

David Vuillemin
Damon Huffman
Mike LaRocco
Sebastien Tortelli
Jean Sebastien-Roy
James Polvolny Jr.
Joaquim Rodrigues
Erick Vallejo
Ryan Clark
Marc Ristori
Grant Langston
Manuel Rivas
Damien Plotts
Tiger Lacey
Pierrick Paget
Raphael Beaudouin

Practice 1 Lap Times (Friday)

David Vuillemin, 42.6
Timmy Ferry, 43.0
Jeremy McGrath, 43.8
Mike LaRocco, 44.1
Keith Johnson, 44.1
Heath Voss, 44.6
Sebastien Tortelli, 44.6
Kyle Lewis, 44.8
Damon Huffman, 44.8
Jean Sebastien-Roy, 45.7
James Polvolny Jr., 46.3

Practice 2 Lap Times (Friday)

David Vuillemin, 41.7
Mike LaRocco, 41.8
Tim Ferry, 42.8
Keith Johnson, 43.1
Jeremy McGrath, 43.1
Sebastien Tortelli, 43.5
Damon Huffman, 43.8
Jean Sebastien-Roy, 43.9
Heath Voss, 44.5
James Polvolny Jr., 44.6
Kyle Lewis, 44.7

125cc Main Event

  1. Sebastien Pourcel
  2. Antonie Meo
  3. Christophe Nambotin
  4. Pierre Renet
  5. Ben Jamin Coisy

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