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At the 69th edition of the Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations, held at Ernée, France, the home team came away with the overall victory, by only  a slim margin of two points over Team USA.

The French circuit, situated in the Pays de Loire region, is formed from hard-pack dirt, and half of the 111 riders in the field chose to run the Pirelli Scorpion MX32 tires for this reason.

Repeating their success from 2014, Team France took top honors this year, in a big part thanks to team rookie, Romain Febvre. Febvre may be a first timer in the Nations tournament, but he’s also the newly crowned MXGP champion for 2015. He went on to win both races and the overall classification in the Open class.

American Justin Barcia claimed the first heat of the day and dominated the MXGP class using a prototype front Pirelli tire and a Scorpion MX32 in the rear. Team Belgium claimed the third step on the podium, team riders Jeremy Van Horebeek and Ken DeDycker placing strongly. In the MX2 class, Jeremy Seewer earned a solid third place, while New Zealander Ben Townley, who retired in 2013, shook off the cobwebs upon his return to international competition to finish fourth in the MXGP division.

Results:

Race 1 MXGP + MX2

1. BARCIA Justin (USA)

2. BOBRYSHEV Evgeny (RUS)

3. NAGL Max (GER)

4. MUSQUIN Marvin (FRA)

5. MARTIN Jeremy (USA)

Race 2 MX2 + OPEN

1. FEBVRE Romain (FRA)

2. WEEB Cooper (USA)

3. MUSQUIN Marvin (FRA)

4. VAN HOREBEEK Jeremy (BEL)

5. MARTIN Jeremy (USA)

Gara 3 MXGP + OPEN

1. FEBVRE Romain (FRA)

2. TOWNLEY Ben (NZL)

3. BARCIA Justin (USA)

4. BOBRYSHEV Evgeny (RUS)

5. PAULIN Gautier (FRA)

Class overall:

MXGP

1. BARCIA Justin (USA)

2. BOBRYSHEV Evgeny (RUS)

3. TOWNLEY Ben (NZL)

4. PAULIN Gautier (FRA)

5. SIMPSON Shaun (GBR)

MX2

1. MUSQUIN Marvin (FRA)

2. MARTIN Jeremy (USA)

3. SEEWER Jeremy (SUI)

4. RAUCHENECKER Pascal (AUT)

5. KULLAS Harri (EST)

OPEN

1. FEBVRE Romain (FRA)

2. WEEB Cooper(USA)

3. VAN HOREBEEK Jeremy (BEL)

4. WILSON Dean (GBR)

5. COLDENHOFF Glenn (NED)

NATIONS:

1. FRANCE p.14

2. USA p.16

3. BELGIUM p.56

4. ESTONIA p.66

5. SWITZERLAND p.67

6. THE NETHERLANDS p.72