After eighteen GP  the best riders in the world and all the fans of motocross have gathered in Maggiora for the end of this season. The seventieth edition of the Motocross of Nations was held on the legendary track of the "Mottaccio del Balmone" that, exactly thirty years after the legendary edition of 1986, hosted once again what is known as the Olympics games of Motocross. Never before in this edition the prediction was almost impossible to do, and in fact, until the last moto of the day, everything has changed several times. The three races have lived on the alternation of the various national teams at the head of the overall, and until the last lap of the third moto everyone was holding their breath. In the first race, which saw opposing riders of MXGP and those of the MX2, Romain Febvre (FRANCE - Monster Energy Yamaha Racing Team)  aboard his Yamaha YZF 450 equipped with the control unit RX1 EVO, the data acquisition system M40 and the innovative Launch Control LC-GPA system has won first place in front of thousands of people attended to occupy all the available spaces on the track, for what was a spectacular "sold out". Antonio Cairoli (ITALY - Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) who once again used the KTM 450 SXF supported by Athena GET, took second place and behind him, in third place, was Kevin Strijbos (BELGIUM - Suzuki World MXGP ) aboard the Suzuki RMZ 450 equipped with the data acquisition system M40. Fourth place for Cooper Webb (USA - Star Racing Yamaha) which resulted in the race on his Yamaha equipped with the control unit RX1 EVO, the data acquisition system M40 and the innovative Launch Control LC-GPA system, while he finished in fifth place, first riding a motorcycle 250 cc, Jeremy Van Horebeek (BELGIUM - Monster Energy Yamaha) in the race with a bike equipped with the control unit RX1 EVO, the data acquisition system M40 and the innovative Launch Control LC-GPA system. In the second heat (MX2 - Open) Jeffrey Herlings (NETHERLANDS - Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) in the race for the first time with the KTM 450 SXF supported by Athena - GET ranked second with Jeremy Van Horebeek (BELGIUM - Monster Energy Yamaha) who crossed the line in seventh place. It was as always the final moto (MXGP - Open) as decisive, and this time everyone had to wait for the last waving checkered flag of the day to know the winning nation. The US team held the lead of the race until two laps from the end when Cooper Webb has suffered a fall, leaving the Netherlands the first place of overall. Netherlands but has had to let to France the first position, that just in the last step was successful, with Romain Febvre (FRANCE - Monster Energy Yamaha Racing Team), to take over one rider that projected the "bleu" on the highest step of the podium . For the second time in two races, he finished in third place Kevin Strijbos (BELGIUM - Suzuki World MXGP). The final ranking was dominated by France, winner of the last three editions of the Motocross of Nations on Holland, followed by the USA team. Off to the podium the Team Belgium (fourth) and fifth final position for Italy with Antonio Cairoli (ITALY - Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) who came out on top of MXGP category with two second places at the end of the day.