THE AFTERMATH: 2016 FRENCH GRAND PRIX

Bobryshev_MXGP_10_F_2016Evgeny Bobryshev finished third overall.

Cairoli_MXGP_10_F_2016A 13th place in the second moto prevented Antonio Cairoli dropped him farther back in the points chase.

Desalle_MXGP_10_F_2016Clement Desalle.

Febvre_MXGP_10_F_2016Romain Febvre got the overall win in his home country.

Gajser_MXGP_10_F_2016Tim Gajser earned 47 points (like Romain Febvre), but it was Febvre’s performance and gnarly pass on Gajser that made the Frenchman the overall winner.

Ferrandis_MXGP_10_F_2016Dylan Ferrandis.

Guillod_MXGP_10_F_2016Valentin Guillod made the top ten. He also made enemies with Romain Febvre on Saturday’s qualifying race, when the two came together numerous times.

Herlings_MXGP_10_F_2016Jeffrey Herlings has had a nearly perfect season. He went 1-1 in France for his 10th 250GP win of 2016. 

Jonass_MXGP_10_F_2016Pauls Jonass.

MX2podium_MXGP_10_F_2016The Herlings sandwich is served once again. Benoit Paturel, Jeffrey Herlings and Jeremy Seewer finished on the box.

MX2start_MXGP_10_F_2016Start of the 250 class.

MXGPpodium_MXGP_10_F_2016Tim Gajser, Romain Febvre and  Evgeny Bobryshev.

MXGPstart_MXGP_10_F_2016Antonio Cairoli (222) going for the holeshot.

Nagl_MXGP_10_F_2016Max Nagl.

Paturel_MXGP_10_F_2016Benoit Paturel.

Seewer_MXGP_10_F_2016Jeremy Seewer.

Tonkov_MXGP_10_F_2016 Aleksandr Tonkov.

All photos by Massimo Zanzani

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