he last round of the 2017 MXGP world championship took place last weekend on the hillsides of Villars sous Ecot.
Scattered showers over the entire weekend turned the picturesque venue into a muddy lottery, however THOR’s Max Anstie secured another consecutive podium to end off his rookie MXGP season.
The iconic cathedral of speed - on the legendary track once again tons of sand were put in just one week to get a rough track with perfect viewing conditions for the crowd.
The penultimate round of the FIM MXGP World championship has seen THOR’s MAX Anstie claim another podium in his rookie season at the man-made Assen TT circuit in the Netherlands.
Round 17 of the FIM MXGP series saw hot and humid conditions take their toll on man and machine at the WW Motocross Park in Jacksonville Florida.
The Swedish track in Uddevalla is one of the most iconic on the calendar and always a pleasure to go to.
A wet and windy Uddevalla circuit still attracted a great crowd for round 16 of the MXGP series held in Sweden over the weekend.
Max Anstie looked good all weekend and backed up his second place in qualifying on Saturday with a stellar ride and second place in moto 1 on Sunday.
After having missed the podium with only few point on multiple occasions in the last races, Benoit Paturel struck back this weekend with a stunning victory in Switzerland.
Tons of familiar faces were present and a great atmosphere was there around one of the toughest races of the season.
Thor’s Clement Desalle has been selected to represent Team Belgium at the Motocross of Nations in Matterly Basin.
Lommel, arguably the world’s most grueling sand track know to man, played host to round 14 of the FIM MXGP series in Belgium.