The 2023 FIM Motocross World Championship comes to the well-known circuit of Uddevalla for the MXGP of Sweden that is marking the fifteenth round of the campaign.
This week will also mark the 25th event in the Swedish circuit’s history which has hosted many amazing races since its first introduction to the Motocross World Championship in 1958 when home rider Lundin Sten won in 500cc. This historic track became an unmissable and regular stop in the calendar since the 2000s. Throughout the years, legends of the sport have raced and won many times on the hard pack of the Glimminge Motorstadion. The record winners in Uddevalla are Stefan Everts and Antonio Cairoli with 6 GP wins each while Joël Smets managed 3 wins.
Coming into this Grand Prix, Kawasaki Racing Team’s Romain Febvre has shown in 2015 that he can win in Uddevalla like Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team’s Glenn Coldenhoff in 2019. Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team’s Jeremy Seewer, Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Jeffrey Herlings and Team HRC’s Tim Gajser will arrive with an extra boost of confidence knowing they all won twice. Seewer (MXGP 2022 and MX2 2017), Gajser (2017 MXGP, 2015 MX2) and Herlings (2013, 2014 in MX2).
MX2 Race 1
MXGP Race 1
MX2 Race 2
MXGP Race 2