Pauls Jonnass is MX2 World Champion. Herlings wins even the last GP of the 2017 season. For Kiara Fontanesi, the fifth women's title.

19/09/2017
Round 19: GP of Pays de Montbeliard The 2017 season ended on the French circuit of Villars Sous Ecot, located a few kilometers from the border with Switzerland. The autumn weather, featuring strong rains alternating with lightening, was the latest test of the 2017 world championship. In the MXGP class, with the title assigned a week in advance the to Tony Cairoli (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) aboard ​​the KTM 450 SXF supported by Athena, all the participants took part in the final glory. A glory that went into the hands of Jeffrey Herlings (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing), also riding the KTM 450 SXF supported by Athena, who put in a row the third consecutive GP victory after America and Holland victories. Herlings fought like a lion to the end, on a ground made more and more insidious by the rain, sometimes falling even during Sunday's day. With the win of the second run, reached at two laps to go, and after the third place in race 1, he won the day's overall by closing the championship as  vice world champion. Fourth place for homeland rider Romain Febvre (Monster Energy Yamaha Racing Team), who competed for Yamaha YZF 450 equipped with the control unit RX1 EVO, the data acquisition system M40 and the innovative Launch Control LC-GPA system. The French finished the championship in sixth place. In MX2, however, the games for the title were still open. Two riders who had been up for grabs; Pauls Jonass (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) racing at the KTM 250 SXF supported by Athena and Jeremy Seewer (Team Suzuki World MX2) on board the Suzuki RMZ 250 equipped with the control unit RX1 EVO, the data acquisition system M40 and the innovative Launch Control LC-GPA system. After the first moto, he was the Latvian Pauls Jonass to win the first irony crown of his career. Despite a crash at first corner that forced him to leave in last position, Jonass won the points needed to graduate champion with a moto in advance. The second moto was won by Hunter Lawrence (Team Suzuki World MX2) on the Suzuki RMZ 250 equipped with the control unit RX1 EVO, the data acquisition system M40 and the innovative Launch Control LC-GPA system. The Australian won his first career moto in the World Championship by ranking second in the GP. Fourth place for Jeremy Seewer, who ended his career in MX2 deserving the title of world champion. Seewer, next season, will move to MXGP. In the women's championship was held the last event in program and the winner of the season was decided after the last lap of the last moto. At the end of two exhausting races for all the girls, due to the bad weather of France, Kiara Fontanesi (MX Fonta Racing Yamaha), who raced his Yamaha YZF 250 equipped with the control unit RX1 EVO, the data acquisition system M40 and the innovative Launch Control LC-GPA system graduated for the fifth time Women's world champion.
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