The engine is roaring and howling, and the racer is ready to go. MXGP 2017 season begins! The most demanding motocross race in the world is now returning with an honor. This weekend, various masters gathered in Qatar and are about to compete on the track.
Over the past four years, Qatar’s Russell circuit has hosted several top-level events-each time we make us more eager for the arrival of new events. There are many technically demanding tracks on the field, and even the highest level drivers feel pressured. Predicting the title before the end of the season is an impossible task at all; because on the Russell circuit, it is unexpected and reasonable. No one has ever won the championship twice in this challenging loop.
A season of endurance and determination
In the past four years, the winners of Qatar’s first weekend competition have reached the world championship throne, but only once. To maintain enough points in the two-round championship tournament for a total of 18 weekends, there must be great pressure resistance. Drivers must demonstrate their dexterity, agility and endurance, as well as their ability to control the victory. This is a fierce race for them to challenge themselves and race against time.
2017 season: the pursuit of excellence
The 2017 lineup is very exciting. About thirty experienced drivers responded to the call and worked hard this new season. Tim Gajser, the young driver who strives to defend the ‘World Championship of Off-Road Motocross’, will face tremendous pressure from multiple challengers.
In the first weekend, Antonio Cairoli, who won the MXGP World Motocross Championship for the sixth time, became the winner of the Russell circuit. The Italian driver successfully surpassed last year’s champions Tim Gajser and Belgium’s Clément Desalle; Romain Febvre from France, although trying to regain the lost championship, ended up finishing fifth.
To excel on the track, riders must exercise restraint and demonstrate impeccable driving skills.