With the tenth race of the year 2016, it began the second part of the motocross world championship. The world's motocross circus has moved from Spain to France where, on the track of Saint Jean d'Angely, was held the tenth of eighteen GP scheduled in the calendar. On hard and stony field of the circuit located south west of France, the protagonists of the MX2 and MXGP have challenged for the win. In MX2, "usual" performance of Jeffrey Herlings (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) who took the tenth win in ten disputed GP, aboard his KTM 250 SXF supported by Athena GET. The Dutchman won all the races so far and leads the overall standings by a wide margin ahead of the second in the standings. Third place for Jeremy Seewer (Team Suzuki World MX2) who competed 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. The Swiss always occupies the second position in the overall standings. In the premier class, the MXGP, return to victory for Romain Febvre (Monster Energy Yamaha Racing Team), it was "fasting" of succes from Valkenswaard GP and reported his Yamaha YZF 450 equipped with the control unit RX1 EVO, the data acquisition system M40 and the innovative Launch Control LC-GPA system, on the top step of the podium. Fourth place for Antonio Cairoli (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) always riding the KTM 450 SXF supported by Athena GET. After the third place in race 1, in the second half of the race, TC222 was forced to a difficult comeback from last positions due to a fall at the start which saw him involved. Tony is solidly in third position of overall standing, ready to attack the top positions.