Such great news coming from France. Gautier Paulin will be carrying the French flag as a new team manager for his country at the 76th edition of the Motocross of Nations that will take place on October 8th in Ernee, France.
Paulin was selected eleven times as a rider to defend the colors of France at the highest level. He was part of the winning team from 2014 to 2018. And now he will be offering all his experience to the team as a team manager to try to bring back the Chamberlain Trophy.
“It is an honor to succeed Pascal. In continuity, this mission testifies to our mutual trust with the Federation. At 33 years old, it is a new challenge that awaits me that I will take up with strength and determination with my vision as a former high-level athlete. The Motocross of Nations is a race out of the ordinary where individuality takes a back seat to the collective. Together, we will do our utmost to ensure that each rider becomes the best version of himself on D-day to carry the colors of France as high as possible.”
So far there isn´t a team announcement, but we didn´t have to look much with the talents of Maxime Renaux, Romain Febvre, and Tom Vialle who is looking to burst into the AMA Pro Motocross scene.