Marvin Musquin crowned King of Geneva. Photography By Simon Cudby

KTM’s Marvin Musquin came away with the overall win at the Geneva Supercross in Switzerland, December 6-7, and with it was crowned the King of Geneva.

Musquin came out swinging in the opening night of racing on Friday, out-dueling GEICO Honda’s Wil Hahn in the main event for the win. French rider Greg Aranda completed the podium.

Defending Geneva Supercross Champion, Justin Brayton, of the JGRMX Yamaha Team, suffered a fall in the final and finished out the night sixth.

Brayton, however, came back and won Saturday night’s final, but it wasn’t enough to keep Musquin from winning the overall. Musquin’s 1-2 over the weekend was more than enough to claim the Geneva crown.

TLD/Honda’s Malcolm Stewart finished third on Saturday night, followed by Hahn and Arnada.

"Beating Brayton, Hahn and Stewart, for sure it is a victory that will count in the United States,” Musquin said. “And it is a little revenge on Hahn who beat me in the East Coast Supercross Championship, although I would have preferred to win there.”



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