THINK Dominates 2014 MxoN

THINK Technology Products were on every step of the MXoN podium

TH1NK Technologie’s Gautier Palin and team France Win the 2014 MXoN

We have just put a wrap on the 68th edition of the Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations here at the super sweet sand-ish circuit of Kegums, Latvia. Proving to be the fastest nation of 2014, Team France can proudly hold the Chamberlain Cup high for the second time ever, with the first occasion being thirteen years ago, which was coincidently Gautier Paulin’s racing number this weekend, back in 2001.

Team France’s Dylan Ferrandis was also awarded with the Ricky Carmichael Best Young Rideraward which he received right after himself, his two teammates, Gautier Paulin and Steven Frossard and their Team Manager, Olivier Robert, were gifted a TAG HEUR watch each as a reward for their outstanding Motocross of Nations victory.

The defending champions, Team Belgium’s trio of Jeremy Van Horebeek, Kevin Strijbos and Julien Lieber locked up second overall, with this year being Belgium’s twenty-third podium finish in the last twenty-five editions of the Motocross of Nations.

After a rough day, Team USA still managed to land on the third step of the podium with a mixed bag of performances from their team of Ryan Dungey, Eli Tomac and Jeremy Martin.

Team France’s Gautier Paulin absolutely dominated the MXGP class with a perfect 1 – 1 score whileTeam Belgium’s Jeremy Van Horebeek finished second and an incredible day for Team Russia’s Aleksandr Tonkov to wrap up the weekend in third.

In the MX2, Team Great Britain’s Tommy Searle was the overall winner; three points clear of Team Netherlands Glenn Coldenhoff and Team France’s Dylan Ferrandis in second and third.

While in the Open class, Team France’s Steven Frossard won ahead of Team Great Britain’s Dean Wilson and Team USA’s Eli Tomac.


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