The two-disc Official Review of the 2010 World Motocross Championship brings you the comprehensive story of a fascinating season, including, for the first time, a detailed look at the Women’s Championship battle. The story of 2010 was the domination of the Red Bull Racing KTM team, which secured the titles in the MX1, MX2 and Women’s championships.
This action-packed review brings you the essential highlights form all 15 rounds of the MX1 and MX2 seasons, as the mercurial Antonio Cairoli sees off Clement Desalle to seize his fourth World Championship with two rounds to go. At the very next round, fellow KTM rider Marvin Musquin ended Ken Roczen’s hopes and secured his second MX2 title with a round to spare. The women’s title fight went to the very last of the seven rounds, with KTM’s Stephanie Laier taking the honours at the death. Despite KTM’s domination, it was an enthralling season of the very best MX action, captured in some of the most jaw-dropping footage possible.
The season will also be remembered as the year the sport of Motocross Grand Prix racing said goodbye to one of its biggest stars – Josh Coppins.