Back on European soil the motocross world championship  2016 that, after the hot weather faced in Thailand, has found a very cold climate. It was the Eurocircuit of Valkenswaard to host the third race of the season and the black sand that characterizes the field, was very otugh to face. But that has not been so hard for Jeffrey Herlings (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) who riding his KTM 250 SXF supported by Athena GET won the two heats scheduled. 50th success for him that joined the belgian Joel Robert on 4th position in the overall of the all time winners. Herlings leads the overall standings with maximum points after three GP. On the second step of the podium Pauls Jonass (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) who was also riding his KTM 250 SXF supported by Athena GET. With the points conquered in Holland, Jonass moved up to second place in the championship. The third step of the podium, for the great "en plein" of Athena - Get, was walked by Jeremy Seewer (Team Suzuki World MX2) aboard the Suzuki RMZ 250 equipped with the control unit RX1 EVO, the data acquisition system M40 and the innovative Launch Control LC-GPA system. In MXGP, the reigning world champion Romain Febvre (Monster Energy Yamaha Racing Team), who led the race on his Yamaha YZF 450 equipped with the control unit RX1 EVO, the data acquisition system M40 and the innovative Launch Control LC-GPA system won his second GP in a row. The French, he has strengthened his lead in the overall and he is leading with 13 point lead over closest rival. Instead, he missed the podium, fourth at the end of the day, Antonio Cairoli (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) who riding his KTM 450 SXF supported by Athena GET. Tony "grazed" partial victory in Game 2 when, in the last lap he had to let the position to Febvre due to a light misting of goggles, which forced him to slow down to avoid an error that would have totally compromised his performance. Fifth in overall, Jeremy Van Horebeek (Monster Energy Yamaha Racing Team) on board his Yamaha YZF 450equipped with the control unit RX1 EVO, the data acquisition system M40 and the innovative Launch Control LC-GPA system.

Next race, round #04: Neuquen (Argentina) April 09-10 GP of Patagonia Argentina