2017 MXGP Of Argentina | In & Out

MXGP round three roster

2017 MXGP OF ARGENTINA | COMPLETE COVERAGE

After a one-week hiatus, the 2017 Monster Energy FIM Motocross World Championship resumes action in South America at the 2017 MXGP of Argentina. One of the newer additions to the international schedule, the event is a favorite for riders and teams because of the beautiful scenery as well as the track's unique dirt and layout. Take a look at the entry list for both classes below and get ready to watch the third round of the nineteen-stop series.

2017 MXGP of Argentina | MX2 Provisional Entry List

6. Benoit Paturel
10. Calvin Vlaanderen
18. Vsevolod Brylyakov
19. Thomas Kjer Olsen
28. Chihiro Notsuka
33. Julien Lieber | Stellar results through the first two rounds put the privateer at the top of the championship standings and he will run the red plate in Patagonia.
41. Pauls Jonass
46. Davy Pootjes
48. Jay Wilson
57. Darian Sanayei
61. Jorge Prado Garcia
64. Thomas Covington
66. Iker Larranaga Olano
67. Magne Klingsheim
91. Jeremy Seewer
96. Hunter Lawrence
97. Maykal Grisha Ivanov
98. Bas Vaessen
109. Yannick Fabre | Joins Monster Energy Kawasaki MX2 in place of the injured Petar Petrov.
111. Victor Garrido
118. Stephen Rubini
122. Benjamin Cassano
128. Ivo Monticelli
142. Ivan Petrov
143. Sebastian Munoz
155. Nicolas Mana
161. Alvin Ostlund
170. Caleb Ward
172. Brent Van doninck
189. Brian Bogers
244. Javier Vasquez
276. Sergio Villaronga
297. Anton Gole
321. Samuele Bernardini
375. Julian Seibel
426. Conrad Mewse
611. Nahuel Kriger
747. Michele Cervellin
811. Adam Sterry
919. Ben Watson

2017 MXGP Of Argentina | MXGP Class Provisional Entry List

4. Arnaud Tonus
7. Tanel Leok
12. Maximilian Nagl
17. Jose Butron
21. Gautier Paulin
22. Kevin Strijbos
24. Shaun Simpson
25. Clement Desalle
27. Arminas Jasikonis
45. Jake Nicholls
54. Ezequiel Fanello
58. Nicolas Carranza
60. Jetro Salazar
77. Alessandro Lupino
84. Jeffrey Herlings
89. Jeremy Van Horebeek
92. Valetin Guillod
99. Max Anstie
150. Jose Manuel Fernandez
171. Juan Pablo Luzzardi
179. Joaquin Poli
198. Agustin Poli
222. Antonio Cairoli | The multi-time champion has controlled the points lead from the first round of action in Qatar and will keep the red plate on his Red Bull KTM MXGP machine in Argentina.
243. Tim Gajser
244. Javier Vasquez
259. Glenn Coldenhoff
286. Felipe Danke
461. Romain Febvre
771. Marco Schmit
777. Evgeny Bobryshev
901. Joaquin Fernandez
911. Jordi Tixier
925. Jeremias Fernandez
952. Jose Gerardo Felipe
999. Rui Goncalves