It was a special day for Tom Vialle as he won his first ever MX2 overall during the sixth and final round of the French Elite Championship. Vialle put in a good ride in the first moto to cross the line in second. However, he was even better in the second moto as he won and held off Boisrame for the win!

It was an even better day for Florent Richer as he secured the championship – congratulations on yet another title!

Anthony Boissiere was solid as he finished both of the races in third which gave him second overall on the day. Moto one winner, Arnaud Aubin ended up third overall as he could only finish tenth in the second moto.

Tristan Charboneau just missed out on the podium as he ended up fourth overall on his BUD Racing Kawasaki.

In the MX1 class it was Xavier Boog who got of to a flyer as he won the first moto by a massive margin of thirty-seconds ahead of Fabien Izoird.

Boog didn’t show the same form in the second moto as Teillet walked away with the win in moto two but third was good enough to give Boog the overall victory and the championship.

24MX Honda rider, Damon Graulus brought it home for second overall by finishing fourth in both moto’s.

It was a good day for Izoird as he rounded off the podium by finishing in third overall.

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