Qualifier Results And Action From Red Bull Rampage

Qualifying for the Red Bull Rampage is over. Check out the 12 riders who advance to Sunday’s final! The line-up for Sunday’s final of Red Bull Rampage 2012 is now complete following the end of the qualifying in Virgin, Utah, yesterday. Twenty-four riders took to the course to battle it out for the 12 spots on offer for the final.

The 12 riders who got through in qualification join 12 pre-qualified riders in the line-up for the final of Red Bull Rampage 2012. Cameron McCaul, James Doerfling and Kyle Norbraten were the three top qualifiers in the qualification round yesterday. Martin Söderström, who is challenging for the overall FMB World Tour crown, also made it through but there was disappointment for fellow title challenger Thomas Genon who missed out on a final spot by finishing in 17th place in qualifying.

Cam McCaul - Photo by John Gibson // Red Bull Content Pool

Four riders failed to finish the course with one non-starter on the day.

Qualifier Results (Top 12 advance to Final)

1. Cameron McCaul
2. James Doerfling
3. Kyle Norbraten
4. Antoine Bizet
5. Brett Rheeder
6. Nico Vink
7. Ramon Hunziker
8. Brendan Howey
9. Martin Söderström
10. Pierre Edouard Ferry
11. Casey Groves
12. Brendan Fairclough
13. Wil White
14. Greg Watts
15. Mick Hannah
16. Garett Buehler
17. Thomas Genon
18. Sam Pilgrim
19. Nick Simcik
20. Anthony Messere
DNF Kenny Smith
DNF Mike Kinrade
DNF Chris Van Dine
DNF Mike Hopkins 
 

The 12 riders that had already pre-qualify straight into Sunday’s final are: Andreu Lacondeguy, Brandon Semenuk, Cameron Zink, Darren Berrecloth, Gee Atherton, Geoff Gulevich, Kurt Sorge, Kyle Strait, Logan Binggeli, Robbie Bourdon, Thomas Vanderham and Tyler McCaul

Kyle Norbrate - photo by Christian Pondella // Red Bull Content Pool

Red Bull Rampage finals takes place on October 7. You can watch it here live from 9pm CET this Sunday.


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