It gathers the best international riders, including seven World Champions who will line up behind Madrid’s starting gates. The Champions from the previous years - Gajser, Herlings and Febvre - will face off against the young newcomers, whose enormous ambition is best represented in Spain’s Jorge Prado, and the MXGP debut of Ruben Fernandez.
After back to back titles by Jorge Prado and France with Vialle and Renaux, the looming season arrives with Vialle as the clear favorite, but riders like Jago Geerts, Mattia Guadagnini, Roan Van De Moosdijk, Thibault Benistant or Kay de Wolf will be looking to make it difficult for the frenchman. Spanish riders Oriol Oliver, Samuel Nilsson and Guillem Farrés will do it all to surprise the crowd.
Duncan, Papenmeier and Van de Ven will fight for the title in their fourth round of their championship.
Against them, Spain’s Champion and local rider from Arroyomolinos Gabriela Seisdedos and her teammate and young undenied talent Daniela Guillén, who with only 15 years of age, got herself into the top 10 in her first year in the World Championship. Jana Sanchez will keep gathering experience in her second year in the World Championship
This category is truly the breeding grounds of the sport, serving as a perfect launchpad for the promising young stars from all over the world.
Close to one hundred riders will fight to qualify for the point-scoring races, and amongst them is the remarkable effort of Spain’s RFME National team, who will make the most of their crowd’s support.