đŸŽ„ 2018 MXoN Highlights: RedBud

2 years ago | Photos: MXGP

Watch the race highlights from the 2018 Motocross of Nations, held at RedBud in the USA on October 7.

For the fifth consecutive year, the French team was led to victory by Gautier Paulin, Dylan Ferrandis and Jordi Tixier. Coming in second by only a two-point deficit was the Italian team, consisting of Antonio Cairoli, Michele Cervellin, and Alessandro Lupino, while the final spot on the podium was taken up by The Netherlands, led by Jeffrey Herlings along with Calvin Vlaanderen and Glenn Coldenhoff. Team Australia, made up of Kirk Gibbs, Hunter Lawrence and Mitchell Evans, impressively finished in fourth place, despite being in the lead after two out of three races.

For detailed results from the event, click here.

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