Women’s MX World Championship Final Rounds- who will win….

Women’s MX World Championship Final Rounds- who will win….

2017 Women’s Motocross World Championship heads into the final 3 Rounds which has stretched from the Opening Round, March 5th Indonesia to the closing Round of MXGP Series at Villars sous Ecot on September 17th.

Photo Credit: MXGP

Photo Credit: MXGP

With plenty at stake: 2017 WMX Title, a long wait between gate drops and  rivalry on the track as seen at Ernee, top contenders for the Title will be giving away nothing in the coming weeks.

With points leader changing 3 times over the course of same number of Rounds expectation on who will win remains unknown.

It was NZ’s Courtney Duncan who stamped her dominance on the Championship winning Round One at Indonesia only to be levelled by Italian and 4x WMX Champion Kiara Fontanesi taking top honours Round Two at Trentino.

At the spectacular venue, Ernee France it was home country queen #114 Livia Lancelot who won the cat and mouse race celebrating Round Three win amongst a sea of cheering French fans.

As well, although Dutch star Nancy Van de Ven has nailed holeshots and led laps, costly mistakes has pushed the fiesty # 85 out of the top 3 Overall.

With Championship points close: Fontanesi 115, Lancelot 114 and Duncan 108 Rounds 4: Latvia, 5: Assen and Final 6: France will test who has it when the final chequered is put out.

This film short promotes WMX 2017- who will win…



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