MXGP 15 - Official FIM Motocross World Championship Review 2015
You can always rely on the Motocross World Championship to
provide drama and excitement in bucketloads – which is why the official review
always flies off the shelves.
With nineteen rounds taking in countries as far removed as
Qatar, Thailand, Mexico, Argentina, Sweden and the UK, the 2015 MXGP World
Championship was exactly that – a Worldwide event for the very best MX riders.
Featuring action from every class, race and round this
official review is a monster dose of high-flying, berm-busting, elbow-barging
As you’d expect, the very latest camera technology has been
used to put you right into the hotseat including nail-biting onboard footage,
drone cameras and overhead shots as well as the brave cameramen who get right
in close to the track for the best pictures of the races.
With a cast that includes defending champion Tony Cairoli
and major contenders like Romain Febvre, Paulin Gautier, Evgeny Bobryshev and
Britain’s Shaun Simpson, the premier MXGP class was always going to be fiercely
contested – Even before Cairoli was sidelined with an elbow injury it looked
like he’d have his work cut out to retain his crown.
MX2 saw the previously imperious Jeffrey Herlings take another season
ending injury, a broken collarbone that clipped his wings and let Tim Gajser
and Pauls Jonass through to take the title battle down to the last couple of
The official review is a brilliant insight into another
hardcore season of super-tough competition.