The 2023 Motocross of Nations in Ernée on October 7-8 will mark the climax of the already incredible MXGP Series. We are getting all geared up to welcome the best riders in the world, the national teams… and You!
This 76th edition will once again be an opportunity to see the top three riders from each country battle it out in the MXGP, MX2 and MX Open classes. The recent Motocross World Champions, Andrea Adamo in MX2, andJorge Prado in MXGP, will of course be present, respectively alongside their Italian and Spanish compatriots. They will have a lot to face against, especially with the Australian team of the Lawrence brothers and Dean Ferris, or the defending champions Team USA, made up of RJ Hampshire, Christian Craig and Aaron Plessinger. However, this Monster Energy FIM MXoN winner could just as easily come from the Old Continent, with the French team at home constituted of the talented Romain Febvre, Maxime Renaux and Tom Vialle.
We cannot forget Team Germany with the comeback of Ken Roczen to the MXoN after his last participation in 2018 at RedBud. The fans’ favourite will be competing with the lightning-quick Simon Laengenfelder and the experienced Tom Koch to give the German team a great chance of podium.
Local Track Time: France, CEST (UTC+2)
Saturday, 7th October
|MXGP – Free Practice||10:00|
|MX2 – Free Practice||10:50|
|Open – Free Practice||11:40|
|MXGP – Qualifying Heat||14:30|
|MX2 – Qualifying Heat||15:30|
|Open – Qualifying Heat||16:30|
Sunday, 8th October
|B Final – Warm Up||08:35|
|Group 1 (Odd Numbers) – Warm Up||10:00|
|Group 2 (Even Numbers) – Warm Up||10:20|
|B Final – Race||11:00|
|Race 1 (MXGP & MX2)||13:10|
|Race 2 (MX2 & Open)||14:40|
|Race 3 (MXGP & Open)||16:08|
Motocross of Nations Ernee, France Sunday Stream