Power Rankings: Motocross of Nations

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Welcome to the 2023 Slaw/Troy Dog/Ginger Dog Combined 250/450 Top Ten Power Rankings! Slaw, Ginger, and Troy each have created their own list of who they believe carry the most power in the sport. They each have created their own categories and have weighted these people accordingly, whether its speed, following, skills, you name it. Or it could just be random. Basically, whatever is happening that week is fair game.

This week, Slaw is back and Troy returns. Ginger is breaking up a middle school fight or something.

Slaw Dog

-Top ping pong ball two years in a row. I got high hopes for the team this year.

-Beautiful country (at least in the photos I’ve seen) and they have people built like fing mountains. Top 10 this year.

-Love how some countries are like maybe we can’t afford to send a team and yet here is Chile strapping something together. Great stuff.

-See above.

-Favorites to win for the first time ever.

-Home country with a home track advantage. No 2 on teams I think will win.

-This team bleeds red, white and blue. Love every ounce of this squad.

-Har Dog to the rescue for Team Guam.

-I love how the FIM is just inventing countries to compete. I’m 100% here for Team Latin America.

-Don’t sleep and Ken and company.

Troy Dog

-If you don’t have Team USA as your #1 on your Power Rankings this week (and you’re from America) then get out of here. That means you Slaw!

– France has home field advantage and field a very tough team with Febvre, Vialle, and Renaux. They are the favorites to win. 

– I’m riding in the MXoN! I’m on Team Guam with Harlan, duh! WE have a strong team with Josh Varize and the legend Sean Lipanovich.

-Australia has the Lawrence brothers, who (no offense to every country out here), and said with all due respect, these bros can win the event with just the two of them. Dean Ferris is very fast as well. Hey, I said with all due respect.

– Belgium has the new generation riding for them this year with Jago Geerts, Liam Everts, and Lucas Coenen. This looks to be a trio who will be tough to beat at the MXoN for years to come. 

– Spain has Ruben Fernandez, Oriol Oliver, and MXGP World Champion Jorge Prado. 

– The Netherlands doesn’t have Jeffrey Herlings, but they still have a stacked team with Calvin Vlaanderen. Kay de Wolf, and Glenn Coldenhoff. 

–  Canada has a team that will do some damage! They’ve sent their top dogs with Dylan Wright, Ryder McNabb, and Jess Pettis. 

– Ken Roczen.

– Switzerland is doing their best not to stay neutral and mix it up with the field. Jeremy Seewer, Arnaud Tonus, and Valentin Guillod are going to be doing their thing for the Swiss Alps. 

Written by Slaw Dog

Just a dog trying to find my special bun.

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