The world motocross champioship faced the last trip that brought the stars of the 2015 season in Leon, Mexico, before moving to California for the last GP scheduled. The gp was held within the metropolitan park of the city of Leon, in the state of Guanajuato. The Mexican circuit hosted the penultimate GP of the year with a totally different climate conditions in the two-day of the race. On Saturday, the optimum temperature and soil in very good condition. On Sunday, heavy soil due the rain falls overnight. Despite this, the races were held regularly for a great show. In MX2 class was Thomas Covington to surprise everyone managing to gain his first career victory in the World Motocross championship on bord of his Kawasaki KRT MX2 equipped with the control unit GP1 Evo and the data acquisition system M40. The american, after his excellent fourth place in the first heat was able to gain the victory in the final moto pocketing the necessary score to celebrate his first win ever since he arrived in the motocross world. The third step of the podium went in the hands of Benoit Paturel, at his first appearance in "medals zone" of his career on board of his Yamaha YZF 250 equipped with the control unit GP1 Evo and the data acquisition system M40. In MXGP, Romain Febvre awarded the title with two races in advance, did not change the "music" on the track and was able once again to win both motos riding his Yamaha 450 factory equipped with the acquisition system Data M40 to achieve victory with the statement in both races. Jeremy Van Horebeek (Yamaha Factory Racing Yamalube) and Glen Coldenhoff (Suzuki - Rockstar Energy) have concluded respectively in fourth and fifth place in the race with both the data acquisition system M40. 

Next Sunday, at the Glen Helen Raceway track situated in California (USA), will be held the last GP of the season 2015.