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2018 MXSEMF Official numbers

Postby M@xTizZz » Sun Dec 24, 2017 3:50 pm

!!! This is the final list of MXSEMF "Officials numbers" for 2018 !!!

Rules about this :

- Check your ranking above
- The EU ranking is made on the 2 official EMF series (EMF Supercross & EMF World MXSGP PRO Only series).
- The NA ranking is made on the 2 official rF series (rF Supercross & rF Nationals PRO Only series).
- If you are in the top 99 of this ranking, you earn an attributed number.
- If you are in the top 10 of this ranking, you have the right to choose your career number, between 10-999.
- If you are champions in any class except the regional sx lites series, you have the right to choose your career number, between 2-999.
_ You also have the right to run the number 1 for the next year (only in the same class)
- If you are champions in one of the regional sx lites series, you have the right to choose your career number, between 10-999.
_ You also have the right to run the number 1 for the next year (only in the same class, maximum 2 titles in a raw for lites)
- Others players can choose a numbers between 100-999. (will be announced soon)
- If you earned a career number last year, you still need to be in the top 10 of this year to be able to change your career number
- If you earned a career number last year, you need to score at least 25pts to keep it {this rule will be changed to 50pts for 2019}

[EU Region] Final 2018 numbers list :

Name : have the right to choose their career number this year
* : got a single digit career number
** : got a double digit / triple digit career number

#1. Hunter Root [2018 EU SUPERCROSS SX1 Pro]
#1. Connor Lynds [2018 EU SUPERCROSS SX2 Pro] {Connor doesn't have the right to stay in SX2/MX2 class anymore}
#1. Hunter Root [2018 World MXSGP MX1 Pro]
#1. Michael Buitendijk [2018 World MXSGP MX2 Pro]

#2 Hunter Root* (earned for 2016, no change for next year, all time Champion, 1st in the 2017 ranking)
#3 Michael Buitendijk* (earned for 2018, 2017 EMF World MXSGP MX2 champion, 8th in the 2017 ranking)
#4 Mathieu Moisseron* (earned for 2016, scored 111pts in 2017, 57th in the 2016 ranking)
#5 Victor Nicot* (earned for 2016, scored 63pts in 2017, 80th in the 2017 ranking)
#6 Dennis Fejldberg* (earned #69 for 2016 changed to #6 for 2017, no change for next year, 2016 EMF World MXSGP MX2 champion, scored 848pts in 2017, 3th in the 2017 ranking)
#7 Connor Lynds* (earned for 2017, no change for next year, 2016 EMF Supercross SX2 champion, 2017 EMF Supercross SX2 champion, 5th in the 2016 ranking)
#10 Valtteri Tiainen** (earned for 2016, no change for next year, scored 813pts in 2017, 2nd in the 2017 ranking)
#11 Matt Aggett** (earned for 2018, 4th in the 2017 ranking)
#12 Jordan Moxey** (earned for 2018, 7th in the 2017 ranking)
#13 Fred Heather** (earned for 2017, scored 134pts in 2017, 47th in the 2017 ranking)
#14 Dorian Marrot** (earned for 2017, scored 87pts in 2017, 66th in the 2017 ranking)
#15 Stephane Guido** (earned for 2017, scored 112pts in 2017, 55th in the 2017 ranking)
#16 Fabian Goleo
#17 Kevin Lelong** (earned for 2016, scored 52pts in 2017, 90th in the 2017 ranking
#18 Dom Aggett
#19 Jeremiah Seabolt** (earned for 2018, 9th in the 2017 ranking)
#20 Edward Mora
#21 Tysen Fresquez** (earned for 2016, scored 429pts in 2017, 17th in the 2017 ranking)
#22 Alanas Saulys
#23 Ryan Turner
#24 Ben Seaburg** (earned for 2018, 10th in the 2017 ranking)
#25 Sergey Kurashev
#26 Colton Mitchell
#27 Logan Leitzel
#28 Lewis Lynds
#29 Rush Chapman** (earned for 2018, 6th in the 2017 ranking)
#30 Frederik Langagergaard
#31 Anthony Twidle
#32 Clement Lana** (earned for 2016, scored 29pts in 2017, 109th in the 2017 ranking)
#33 Jonathan Hughes
#34 Octavien Pelloin
#35 Zander Bigwood
#36 Atom Holm
#37 Jake Rose
#38 Morgan Fabreguettes
#39 Emilien Mabru
#40 Jacob Holgersson
#41 Josh Hamilton
#42 Corentin Julian
#43 Benoit Krawiec
#44 Kellen Brauer
#45 Rico De Laat
#46 Chris Channing
#47 Mattias Lidman
#48 Florent Lambillon
#49 Chase Dunivant
#50 Jannik Mueller** (earned #11 for 2016 changed to #50 for 2017, scored 265pts in 2017, 32th in the 2017 ranking)
#51 Maxime Tison** (earned for 2017, scored 109pts in 2017, 58th in the 2017 ranking)
#52 Olle Scullman
#53 Flo Lucasson
#54 Reid Young
#55 Alexis Vanbrabant
#56 Logan Depaty
#57 Tyler Frye
#58 Zoa Cross
#59 Timm Friedrichs
#60 Anthony Rouillard
#61 Cale Simmerock
#62 Phil Bull
#63 Austin Bear
#64 Emeric Richard
#65 Enzo Boutigny
#66 Lars Henriksen
#67 Williams Moynes
#68 Erik Haugness
#69 Andreas Bergstrom
#70 Davino Bruneel
#71 Bruno Gouttesoulard
#72 Jordan Foster
#73 Rasmul Balzer
#74 Jesse Mullins
#75 Maxime Vanderbeek
#76 Damien Sanzey
#77 Austin Ecklund
#78 Geraud Vasselin
#79 Ethan Parks
#80 Kristoffer Wenerklang
#81 Corentin Dubois
#82 Devin Davis
#83 Gregory Van Hoeve
#84 Logan Heagney
#85 Walter Gebhardt
#86 Alex Monch
#87 Jonas Nordli
#88 Jack Knight
#89 Dylan Ogilby
#90 Alexis Leclair
#91 Danne Karlsson
#92 Adrian Wilson
#93 Lee Bradley
#94 Theo Cavalli
#95 Ben Lake
#96 Connor Holyak
#97 Linus Goransson
#98 Jack Gatland
#99 David Prevost

[EU Region] Final 2017 standings (based on 2017 EMF Pro Supercross & 2017 EMF Pro World MXSGP series) :
1 Hunter Root 1043pts
2 Valtteri Tiainen 813pts
3 Dennis Fjeldberg 848pts
4 Matt Aggett 808pts
5 Connor Lynds 777pts
6 Rush Chapman 765pts
7 Jordan Moxey 727pts
8 Michael Buitendijk 724pts
9 Jeremi Seabolt 689pts
10 Ben Seaburg 626pts
11 Fabian Goleo 575pts
12 Dom Aggett 517pts
13 Edward Mora 514pts
14 Alanas Saulys 512pts
15 Ryan Turner 496pts
16 Sergey Kurashev 440pts
17 Tysen Fresquez 429pts
18 Colton Mitchell 375pts
19 Logan Leitzel 375pts
20 Lewis Lynds 351pts
21 Frederik Langagergaard 341pts
22 Anthony Twidle 332pts
23 Jonathan Hughes 332pts
24 Octavien Pelloin 330pts
25 Zander Bigwood 323pts
26 Atom Holm 315pts
27 Jake Rose 307pts
28 Morgan Fabreguettes 297pts
29 Emilien Mabru 287pts
30 Jacob Holgersson 284pts
31 Josh Hamilton 278pts
32 Jannik Mueller 265pts
33 Corentin Julian 262pts
34 Benoit Krawiec 245pts
35 Kellen Brauer 240pts
36 Rico De Laat 238pts
37 Chris Channing 237pts
38 Mattias Lidman 234pts
39 Florent Lambillon 233pts
40 Chase Dunivant 219pts
41 Olle Scullman 218pts
42 Flo Lucasson 200pts
43 Reid Young 197pts
44 Alexis Vanbrabant 197pts
45 Logan Depaty 169pts
46 Tyler Frye 140pts
47 Fred Heather 134pts
48 Zoa Cross 128pts
49 Timm Friedrichs 123pts
50 Anthony Rouillard 118pts
51 Cale Simmerock 117pts
52 Phil Bull 116pts
53 Austin Bear 115pts
54 Emeric Richard 114pts
55 Stephane Guido 112pts
56 Enzo Boutigny 112pts
57 Mathieu Moisseron 111pts
58 Maxime Tison 109pts
59 Lars Henriksen 108pts
60 William Moynes 108pts
61 Erik Haugness 107pts
62 Andreas Bergstrom 105pts
63 Davino Bruneel 92pts
64 Bruno Gouttesoulard 91pts
65 Jordan Foster 91pts
66 Dorian Marrott 87pts
67 Rasmus Balzer 81pts
68 Jesse Mullins 81pts
69 Maxime Vanderbeek 81pts
70 Damien Sanzey 78pts
71 Austin Ecklund 78pts
72 Geraud Vasselin 75pts
73 Ethan Parks 75pts
74 Kristoffer Wenerklang 73pts
75 Corentin Dubois 67pts
76 Devin Davis 67pts
77 Gregory Van Hoeve 65pts
78 Logan Heagney 65pts
79 Walter Gebhardt 64pts
80 Victor Nicot 63pts
81 Alex Monch 63pts
82 Jonas Nordli 62pts
83 Jack Knight 58pts
84 Dylan Ogilby 57pts
85 Alexis Leclair 55pts
86 Danne Karlsson 53pts
87 Adrian Wilson 53pts
88 Lee Bradley 53pts
89 Theo Cavalli 53pts
90 Kevin Lelong 52pts
91 Ben Lake 51pts
92 Connor Holyak 50pts
93 Linus Goransson 47pts
94 Jack Gatland 46pts
95 David Prevost 45pts
96 Kevin Ferzacca 45pts
97 Spencer Turley 45pts
98 Christoffer Jonsson 37pts
99 Thibault Mocquard 35pts
100 Alex Carlo 34pts
101 Florian Kane 34pts
102 Jonathan Olsson 33pts
103 Aurelien van de Kapelle 33pts
104 Gaetan Pich 33pts
105 Jarne Robyn 32pts
106 Martin Lundquist 32pts
107 Ruben Kuilder 30pts
108 Ryan Mcnicoll 30pts
109 Clement Lana 29pts
110 Egert Veltson 28pts
111 Grant Harlan 27pts
112 Olle Sundberg 24pts
113 Damien Meyer 24pts
114 Logan Toucheque 23pts
115 Frederik Van Eeckhoven 23pts
116 Dale Mullins 23pts
117 Justin Wood 23pts
118 Harry White 23pts
119 Ben McLeod 22pts
120 Holden Cote 22pts
121 Grant Dawson 22pts
122 Linus Andersson 21pts
123 Jason Sole 20pts
124 Jake Worden 19pts
125 Senna De Smaele 19pts
126 Arnaud Poncelet 19pts
127 Alexandre Gibaud 18pts
128 Gregory Herve 16pts
129 Mads Gasberg 15pts
130 Steven Maginot 13pts
131 Stany Debruyne 13pts
132 Nick Uzick 13pts
133 Maxime Baudouin 11pts
134 Corentin Delaruelle 11pts
135 Anton Edvardson 11pts
136 Mack Spokes 10pts
137 Kevin Maton 10pts
138 Miko Riikonen 9pts
139 Mats Orstad 9pts
140 Uwe Froehlich 8pts
141 Kyle Lane 8pts
142 Joey Carter 7pts
143 Jeremy Cohenour 6pts
144 Morgan Marlet 4pts
145 Emil Berggren 4pts
146 Jesper Bye 4pts
147 Thomas Bento 4pts
148 Jesse Wildman 3pts
149 Aaron Hall 3pts
150 Leo Kosel 1pt
151 Dennis Kristiansen 1pt
152 Brandon Eenink 1pt

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[NA Region] Final 2018 numbers list :

Name : have the right to choose their career number this year
* : got a single digit career number
** : got a double digit / triple digit career number

#1 Tysen Fresquez [2018 NA MotoOption SUPERCROSS 450 Pro]
#1w Jeremiah Seabolt [2018 NA MotoOption SUPERCROSS 250w Pro] {Jeremiah doesn't have the right to stay in 250 class anymore}
#1e Connor Holyak [2018 NA MotoOption SUPERCROSS 250e Pro]
#1 Jesse Mullins [2018 NA Nationals 450 Pro]
#1 Colton Mitchell [2018 NA Nationals 250 Pro]

#2 Tysen Fresquez* (earned #21 for 2013 changed to #2 for 2018, 2017 rF Supercross 450 Champion, 1st of the 2017 ranking)
#3 Dennis Fjeldberg* (earned #69 for 2014 changed to #3 for 2015, scored 200pts in 2017, 28th of the 2017 ranking)
#4 Jeremy Smith* (earned #4 for 2014, no change for next year, scored 519pts in 2017, 8th of the 2017 ranking)
#5 Hunter Root* (earned #11 for 2015 changed to #5 for 2016, scored 50pts in 2017, 77th of the 2017 ranking)
#6 Colton Mitchell* (earned #10 for 2017 changed to #6 for 2018, 2017 rF Nationals 250 Pro Champion, 2nd of the 2017 ranking)
#7 Alexis Leclair* (earned #7 for 2015, scored 27pts in 2017, 93th of the 2017 ranking)
#8 Matt Burkeen* (earned #8 for 2016, scored 268pts in 2017, 22th of the 2017 ranking)
#9 Jesse Mullins* (earned #10 for 2014 changed to #9 for 2016, no change for next year, 2017 rF Nationals 450 Pro Champion, 3rd of the 2017 ranking)
#10 Sean Klein** (earned #10 for 2018, 4th of the 2017 ranking)
#11 Craig Leake** (earned #11 for 2017, scored 218pts in 2017, 25th of the 2017 ranking)
#12 Race Karlin** (earned #12 for 2016, scored 195pts in 2017, 31th of the 2017 ranking)
#13 Chase Blakely
#14 Jeremy Hinners** (earned #14 for 2014, scored 86pts in 2017, 64th of the 2017 ranking)
#15 Devin Davis
#16 Broc Pearson
#17 Jared Siedhoff** (earned #17 for 2017, scored 209pts in 2017, 26th of the 2017 ranking)
#18 Bryce Whealon
#19 Jeremiah Seabolt** (earned #10 for 2016 changed to #19 for 2017, 2017 rF Supercross 250w Champion, no change for next year, 9th of the 2017 ranking)
#20 Jordan Moxey
#21 Connor Holyak (earned #21 for 2018, 2017 rF Supercross 250e Champion, 17th of the 2017 ranking)
#22 Brady Standley** (earned #22 for 2015, scored 198pts in 2017, 30th of the 2017 ranking)
#23 Kyle Robb** (earned #23 for 2015, scored 314pts in 2017, 16th of the 2017 ranking)
#24 Dade Honeywell** (earned #17 for 2016 changed to #24 in 2017, scored 128pts in 2017, 51th of the 2017 ranking)
#25 Jordan Vanderlee** (earned #25 for 2014, scored 96pts in 2017, 60th of the 2017 ranking)
#26 Edward Mora
#27 Atom Holm** (earned #27 for 2018, scored 540pts in 2017, 6th of the 2017 ranking)
#28 Luke Heberlein** (earned #28 for 2016, scored 47pts in 2017, 82th of the 2017 ranking)
#29 Rush Chapman** (earned #29 for 2018, 7th of the 2017 ranking)
#30 Jeremy Cohenour
#31 Walter Gebhardt
#32 Kevin Ferzacca
#33 James Armstrong** (earned #33 for 2018, 5th of the 2017 ranking)
#34 Devin Ryan
#35 Tyler Louis
#36 William St-Laurent
#37 Ryan Mahan** (earned #37 for 2015, scored 61pts in 2017, 72th of the 2017 ranking)
#38 Chase Desselle
#39 Jeremy Shipley** (earned #39 for 2012, scored 371pts in 2017, 13th of the 2017 ranking)
#40 Philip Bull
#41 Matias Janice
#42 Connor Lynds
#43 Cameron Lee
#44 Alex Heckman
#45 Logan Leitzel
#46 Alex Carlo
#47 Jack Zarse
#48 Zoa Cross
#49 Jonathan Hughes
#50 August Sanders
#51 Daniel Mills
#52 Kellen Brauer
#53 André Santos
#54 Reid Young
#55 Ben Seaburg
#56 Tyler Schmidt
#57 Jack Haley** (earned #57 for 2018, 10th of the 2017 ranking)
#58 Jake Rose
#59 Chase Dunivant
#60 Toby Stocks
#61 Spencer Turley
#62 Roy Mitchell
#63 Dago Adamo
#64 Ethan Parks
#65 Isaiah Dickerson
#66 Thomas Silleck
#67 Dylan Copeland
#68 Clint Martin
#69 Tanner Rogers
#70 James Schuler
#71 Tyler Lang
#72 Benny Landry
#73 Peter Leik
#74 Craig Richards
#75 Mike Stralo
#76 Tyler Frye
#77 Dominic Tibberino** (earned #77 for 2016, scored 184pts in 2017, 33th of the 2017 ranking)
#78 Victor Nicot
#79 Michael Buitendijk
#80 Eduardo Simoes
#81 Matt Aggett
#82 Clay Alfrey
#83 Jack Fowler
#84 Josh Betts
#85 Austin Ecklund
#86 Quinton Deese
#87 Josh Reid
#88 Kasey Oehlert
#89 Joshua Hamilton
#90 Finn Collins
#91 Jordan Foster
#92 Zach Prokop
#93 Dakota French
#94 Bryan Haskell
#95 Jeff Cooper
#96 Josh Williams
#97 Harry White
#98 Brock Papi
#99 Holden Cote

[NA Region] Final 2017 standings (based on 2017 rF Pro Supercross & 2017 rF Pro Nationals series) :
1 Tysen Fresquez 762pts
2 Colton Mitchell 675pts
3 Jesse Mullins 654pts
4 Sean Klein 568pts
5 James Armstrong 552pts
6 Atom Holm 540pts
7 Rush Chapman 532pts
8 Jeremy Smith 519pts
9 Jeremiah Seabolt 504pts
10 Jack Haley 433pts
11 chase Blakely 427pts
12 Devin Davis 377pts
13 Jeremy Shipley 371pts
14 Broc Pearson 328pts
15 Bryce Whealon 316pts
16 Kyle Robb 314pts
17 Connor Holyak 311pts
18 Jordan Moxey 304pts
19 Edward Mora 300pts
20 Jeremy Cohenour 288pts
21 Walter Gebhardt 272pts
22 Matt Burkeen 268pts
23 Kevin Ferzacca 252pts
24 Devin Ryan 250pts
25 Craig Leake 218pts
26 Jared Siedhoff 209pts
27 Tyler Louis 206pts
28 Dennis Fjeldberg 200pts
29 William St-Laurent 200pts
30 Brady Standley 198pts
31 Race Karlin 195pts
32 Chase Desselle 187pts
33 Dominic Tibberino 184pts
34 Philip Bull 183pts
35 Matias Janice 182pts
36 Connor Lynds 178pts
37 Cameron Lee 175pts
38 Alex Heckman 175pts
39 Logan Leitzel 166pts
40 Alex Carlo 166pts
41 Jack Zarse 157pts
42 Zoa Cross 152pts
43 Jonathan Hughes 145pts
44 August Sanders 141pts
45 Daniel Mills 136pts
46 Kellen Brauer 135pts
47 André Santos 132pts
48 Reid Young 131pts
49 Ben Seaburg 131pts
50 Tyler Schmidt 130pts
51 Dade Honeywell 128pts
52 Jake Rose 127pts
53 Chase Dunivant 122pts
54 Toby Stocks 115pts
55 Spencer Turley 113pts
56 Roy Mitchell 113pts
57 Dago Adamo 111pts
58 Ethan Parks 108pts
59 Isaiah Dickerson 99pts
60 Jordan Vanderlee 96pts
61 Thomas Silleck 95pts
62 Dylan Copeland 87pts
63 Clint Martin 87pts
64 Jeremy Hinners 86pts
65 Tanner Rogers 82pts
66 James Schuler 82pts
67 Tyler Lang 73pts
68 Benny Landry 71pts
69 Peter Leik 70pts
70 Craig Richards 69pts
71 Mike Stralo 66pts
72 Ryan Mahan 61pts
73 Tyler Frye 59pts
74 Victor Nicot 59pts
75 Michael Buitendijk 59pts
76 Eduardo Simoes 51pts
77 Hunter Root 50pts
78 Matt Aggett 50pts
79 Clay Alfrey 49pts
80 Jack Fowler 48pts
81 Josh Betts 48pts
82 Luke Heberlein 47pts
83 Austin Ecklund 47pts
84 Quinton Deese 46pts
85 Josh Reid 45pts
86 Kasey Oehlert 41pts
87 Joshua Hamilton 38pts
88 Finn Collins 38pts
89 Jordan Foster 37pts
90 Zach Prokop 34pts
91 Dakota French 33pts
92 Bryan Haskell 30pts
93 Alexis Leclair 27pts
94 Jeff Cooper 27pts
95 Josh Williams 26pts
96 Harry White 26pts
97 Brock Papi 25pts
98 Holden Cote 25pts
99 Cale Simmerock 24pts
100 Ivan Medina 23pts
101 Trevor Doiron 20pts
102 Dominic Saulnier 20pts
103 Jannik Müller 20pts
104 Tyler Morin 17pts
105 Justin Harper 17pts
106 Jayden Carter 17pts
107 Ty Smith 17pts
108 Jake Worden 17pts
109 Michael Wheeler 16pts
110 Cody Dawe 16pts
111 Zack Dupuis 15pts
112 Dale Mullins 15pts
113 Fred Heather 14pts
114 Conner Peavy 14pts
115 Ethan Howell 14pts
116 Aaron Bonneau 14pts
117 Jacob Holgersson 13pts
118 Ben McLeod 12pts
119 Nick Uzick 12pts
120 Adrian Wilson 11pts
121 Hunter Deisher 10pts
122 Jessie Calaway 10pts
123 Byron Downen 8pts
124 Charles Gable 8pts
125 Michail Ming 8pts
126 Thomas Wilcox 8pts
127 Logan Mcsweeney 8pts
128 james richards 7pts
129 Jeremy Squiabro 7pts
130 AJ Green 7pts
131 Brett Powers 7pts
132 Stephen Barrington 6pts
133 Jesse Hinde 5pts
134 Andrew Wood 5pts
135 Matt Model 5pts
136 David Wright 5pts
137 Cody Branson 5pts
138 Austin Bear 4pts
139 Andrew Jennings 4pts
140 Jaryd Griego 4pts
141 Brandon Hedge 4pts
142 Logan Heagney 3pts
143 Riley Poxleitner 3pts
144 Boddie Parker 3pts
145 billy kunitz 3pts
146 Jack Gatland 3pts
147 Kevin Gonzalez 3pts
148 Ben Toye 3pts
149 Doug Oakley 3pts
150 Brandon Houldsworth 3pts
151 Lyzander Bigwood 2pts
152 Samuel Bergeron 1pt
153 Russell Kruza 1pt
154 Brandon Berg 1pt
155 Grant Harlan 1pt
156 Chase McDonald 1pt
157 Tanner Halvorson 1pt
158 Daniel Bachlet 1pt
159 Kévin Lelong 1pt
160 Clement Lana 1pt
161 Skyler Kramer 1pt
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Re: 2018 MXSEMF Official numbers

Postby maggett » Sun Dec 24, 2017 4:34 pm

should lelong not lose his number 17 this year? he didnt score enough points during the year?
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Re: 2018 MXSEMF Official numbers

Postby Aggett114 » Sun Dec 24, 2017 4:36 pm

so we all get bumped down a number, because of a "rule" change nice job

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Re: 2018 MXSEMF Official numbers

Postby ROSE822 » Sun Dec 24, 2017 4:44 pm

I DONT HAVE A NUMBER!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?! ITS OKAY 999 PLEASE.
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Re: 2018 MXSEMF Official numbers

Postby MxTracksScotland » Sun Dec 24, 2017 5:46 pm

Aggett114 wrote:so we all get bumped down a number, because of a "rule" change nice job
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Re: 2018 MXSEMF Official numbers

Postby Wahlamt » Sun Dec 24, 2017 5:56 pm

maggett wrote:should lelong not lose his number 17 this year? he didnt score enough points during the year?

MxTracksScotland wrote:
Aggett114 wrote:so we all get bumped down a number, because of a "rule" change nice job

For me that don't understand, could you guys enlighten me? :O

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Re: 2018 MXSEMF Official numbers

Postby maggett » Sun Dec 24, 2017 7:37 pm

Wahlamt wrote:
maggett wrote:should lelong not lose his number 17 this year? he didnt score enough points during the year?

MxTracksScotland wrote:
Aggett114 wrote:so we all get bumped down a number, because of a "rule" change nice job

For me that don't understand, could you guys enlighten me? :O


you had to score 60 points to keep your number last year if im correct? lelong did not score 60
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Re: 2018 MXSEMF Official numbers

Postby Lnxa » Sun Dec 24, 2017 7:42 pm

maggett wrote:
Wahlamt wrote:
maggett wrote:should lelong not lose his number 17 this year? he didnt score enough points during the year?

MxTracksScotland wrote:

For me that don't understand, could you guys enlighten me? :O


you had to score 60 points to keep your number last year if im correct? lelong did not score 60

It's 25.
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Re: 2018 MXSEMF Official numbers

Postby Wahlamt » Sun Dec 24, 2017 8:00 pm

maggett wrote:
Wahlamt wrote:
maggett wrote:should lelong not lose his number 17 this year? he didnt score enough points during the year?

MxTracksScotland wrote:

For me that don't understand, could you guys enlighten me? :O


you had to score 60 points to keep your number last year if im correct? lelong did not score 60

As Mullins said, this is what is stated above in the thread
Original Post wrote:- If you earned a career number last year, you need to score at least 25pts to keep it {this rule will be changed to 50pts for 2019}

Haven't heard anything before this post, so not sure what it has been earlier.

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Re: 2018 MXSEMF Official numbers

Postby maggett » Sun Dec 24, 2017 8:33 pm

Wahlamt wrote:
maggett wrote:
Wahlamt wrote:
For me that don't understand, could you guys enlighten me? :O


you had to score 60 points to keep your number last year if im correct? lelong did not score 60

As Mullins said, this is what is stated above in the thread
Original Post wrote:- If you earned a career number last year, you need to score at least 25pts to keep it {this rule will be changed to 50pts for 2019}

Haven't heard anything before this post, so not sure what it has been earlier.

in the 2017 thread it states 60 as the number to get to keep your number

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Re: 2018 MXSEMF Official numbers

Postby Ddavis » Tue Dec 26, 2017 10:48 am

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Re: 2018 MXSEMF Official numbers

Postby M@xTizZz » Tue Dec 26, 2017 3:42 pm

IMPORTANT : The EU numbers list have been updated cause of a mistake from me (my apologise)


To reply to people, Aggett's list have never been official, they choose to make it, but they are not a part of the EMF admins, so it remains unofficial.

Why the rule changed ? Cause rF was using 25pts, so we could not keep 60pts for EU and 25pts for NA, so it's 25pts for both regions.

If you started to make your pack with the unofficial numbers from Aggett's list, it's not EMF reponsabilitie if you have to re-do your pack.
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Re: 2018 MXSEMF Official numbers

Postby maggett » Tue Dec 26, 2017 3:49 pm

M@xTizZz wrote:IMPORTANT : The EU numbers list have been updated cause of a mistake from me (my apologise)


To reply to people, Aggett's list have never been official, they choose to make it, but they are not a part of the EMF admins, so it remains unofficial.

Why the rule changed ? Cause rF was using 25pts, so we could not keep 60pts for EU and 25pts for NA, so it's 25pts for both regions.

If you started to make your pack with the unofficial numbers from Aggett's list, it's not EMF reponsabilitie if you have to re-do your pack.


they might not have been official but they were correct basing it off the rule from last year not really sure why a new rule for this year applies to the whole of last year but o well
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Re: 2018 MXSEMF Official numbers

Postby M@xTizZz » Tue Dec 26, 2017 4:03 pm

maggett wrote:
M@xTizZz wrote:IMPORTANT : The EU numbers list have been updated cause of a mistake from me (my apologise)


To reply to people, Aggett's list have never been official, they choose to make it, but they are not a part of the EMF admins, so it remains unofficial.

Why the rule changed ? Cause rF was using 25pts, so we could not keep 60pts for EU and 25pts for NA, so it's 25pts for both regions.

If you started to make your pack with the unofficial numbers from Aggett's list, it's not EMF reponsabilitie if you have to re-do your pack.


they might not have been official but they were correct basing it off the rule from last year not really sure why a new rule for this year applies to the whole of last year but o well


i just explained why on the post above yours
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