The sixth round of the French 24MX Tour Championship took place in extreme conditions. In the junior class, Mathis Valin took advantage of the rain to take the title in the very first race. Quentin Prugnières won the MX2 class for the first time in his career, while his Kawasaki Bud Racing teammate Anthony Bourdon did the same in the premier class. Both won on regular basis, as neither Bourdon or Prugnieres win motos.
A very consistent 3-3 give the overall victory to Anthony Bourdon. Mathys Boisramé (5/2) and Xavier Boog (7/1) were second and third overall. The title chase in the MX1 is still in the air. With one round to go, Rubini takes the lead (214 points) ahead of Aranda (210), Boog (208) and the Swiss driver (195).
In the MX2 class, Quentin Prugnières won his first-ever MX2 overall in the series. The BUD Racing rider did in a consistent way by finishing 2-2 in both races. Behind him, Maxime Desprey (6-1) and Pierre Goupillon (3-4) rounded the podium. As for the Championship standings, Goupillon claim his third consecutive crown two rounds ago.
Meanwhile, in the Junior class (125cc) Mathis Valin sweeps both motos in order to take the title. Valin was unbeatable throughout the series as he won every single race via 1-1. Tom Brunet (2-3) and Jean-Paul Piacentini (3-5) rounded the podium.