The 11th and 12th June, the Raymond Demy-circuit in Ernee, hosts the seventh and final round of the championship of France.
Saturday and Sunday at Raymond Demy Ernee circuit, the best Motocross 200 French pilots will contest the seventh and penultimate round of the championship of France. Three categories will be represented: the hopes, 12 years to 14 years; juniors, aged 15 to 17 years; the elites, beyond. The entrance to the paddock is free. People can move freely and talk to the drivers, which will be accessible. That will be a treat for car enthusiasts who will also scrutinize the work done on the motorcycle by the mechanics. This weekend is also an opportunity to demonstrate a bit of chauvinism supporting local pilots. In junior category, Brian Moreau, 15, could well spring a surprise. “He was champion of France hope and vice-world champion hope, says Philippe Lecomte, President of Moto Club Ernee, which organizes the test. he is originally from Lyon and looking for a club. He was recruited this season and was selected to help progress. It is likely to prevail. ” In the premier class elite MX1, which runs with 450 cm3 bikes, the championship could be played Sunday between two pilots of Moto Club Ernee, Gregory Aranda and Xavier Boog, respectively first and second overall. “the championship is tight and it play between the two, it’ll be interesting weekend. ” Finally, in MX2 elite, with 250 cm3 motorcycles, it will be a derby Mayenne – Ille-et-Vilaine between Ernéen Florent Richier, who is leading the championship and the Breton Boisramé Matys, the neighboring club and Romagné second in the standings.