GP number sixteen of the 2015 season was held on artificial track in Assen, Holland. Housed within the prestigious racetrack where you usually do "stage" of Moto GP, the sandy bottom has hidden a lot of pitfalls to all the top riders of the motocross world championship. In the MX2 class, the Latvian Pauls Jonass riding his KTM SXF 250 Red Bull Factory supported by Athena - GET and promoted to "captain" of KTM squad after the injury which eliminated prematurely Jeffrey Herlings from the fight for the championship, arrived in Holland with the red plate of overall leader's well anchored on his KTM SXF 250 Factory. After a very clever  first moto, where he finished in second place, Pauls was the victim of a fall at the start of race 2 that has compromised the second moto. In fact, in a contact between the bikes were involved in the fall, his bike was damaged and the Latvian rider had to put in place a comeback from last place that ended with the thirteenth final position. With the scores obtained, Jonass remains in second place in the championship thirteen point less of the leader of the general, and remains fully on fight for the title that will be assigned overseas races scheduled for the weekend of 13 and 20 September in Mexico and USA. Close to the podium, fourth in overall, ended the GP, the Belgian Julien Lieber (Standing Construct Yamaha Yamalube) who, with his Yamaha YZF 250 equipped with the control unit GP1 EVO and the data acquisition system M40, came close to the "medals zone ". In MXGP instead, day to remember for the colors Athena - GET. Romain Febvre, riding his Yamaha 450 factory equipped with the control unit GP1 EVO and the data acquisition system M40 was graduated WORLD CHAMPION on the top class, MXGP. The French, in the first year of stay in the best class, has managed to clinch the overall victory by demonstrating superiority over its opponents at every opportunity. Febvre, closed the GP in second place. To the podium, third on the overall, even the Dutchman Glen Coldenhoff (Suzuki - Rockstar Energy) in the race with the data acquisition system M40.

We would underline that in Assen's race, Nick Kouwenberg and Honda JTech Team won the European Championship EMX250, using our GP1 EVO ECU. 

The world championship motocross races will return in two weeks in Mexico, in Leon, where the weekend of september 12-13, will be held the seventeenth and penultimate GP of the season.