MXGP-TV’s 26mn Magazine show covers all the action, both on the track and off, with highlights from the FIM Snowcross World Championship and FIM Women's Snowcross World Cup, an on-board lap of the track as well as an inside look at the paddock in Älvsbyn, Sweden where the 2015 world championship took place.
ÄLVSBYN (Sweden), 21 March 2015 - It was one of the gnarliest editions of the FIM Snowcross World Championship ever, where Marcus Ogemar-Hellgren reigned supreme in claiming his first ever FIM Snowcross World Championship title. After finishing seventh in the world championship last year, it was an impressive day for Ogemar-Hellgren as he checked out from last years bronze medalist Nisse Kjellström to win by almost ten seconds. Meanwhile Kjellström managed to wrap up second with a little breathing space over Filip Eriksson who rounded out the top three.
Dylan Hall takes us on a GoPro lap of the track in Älvsbyn, Sweden where the 2015 FIM Snowcross World Champioship is currently taking place.
With the riders taking to the snow today in Älvbyn, Sweden for a day of practice before racing for the 2015 FIM Snowcross World Championship and FIM Women’s Snowcross World Cup crowns, Swedish riders dominated.
The riders racing the 2015 FIM Snowcross World Championship and FIM Women’s Snowcross World Cup are just about to head out on the circuit in Älvsbyn, Sweden for a day of practice.