Dust, emotion, simulation, authenticity, amazing jumps and the fight to the first position. These are the key elements of MXGP based on one of the most adrenaline filled and challenging Championship ever. In this way modeled from dust and mud come to life the new generations of riders/players that characterize the new Milestone motocross racing game.
The aim? Win the World championship title match by match.
The Brazilian track of Beto Carrero, awarded as best GP of 2012 Motocross Championship and in 2013 for their great organization, is located in Estado de Santa Caterina, one of the most acclaimed tourist sites of the country.
The location of the track is strategic: it is in coast and close to the biggest theme parks of Latin America – Beto Carrero World – and near Penha, famous for its 19 beautiful beaches.
Super stylish Gautier Paulin has only been racing motocross for a limited time, but the now 22-year-old Frenchman from Draguignan is an ex World BMX champion, already a European Motocross champion and multiple GP winner in MX1 and MX2 including impressive race victories at the 2009 and 2011 Motocross of Nations for team France. Paulin took his first GP victory in 2009 at the opening round in Italy and the French rider battled for the MX2 Title, tallying up 2 GP wins and 7 podium finishes to end 3rd in the MX2 championship standings. 2011 saw Paulin on board a 250cc with Monster Energy Yamaha team as he went on to gain 7 podiums with a last minute decision to replace his injured team-mate in the MX1 class at the final round in Fermo, Italy. The result was a maiden victory in his first appearance in the Premier class, setting the tone for good things to come in 2012 with the Kawasaki Racing Team. After two successful seasons in MX1 Paulin has already won 8 GP’s (5 in MX1 and 3 in MX2) and amassed 7 podiums in 2013, becoming the biggest title threat for 2014.
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