Saturday 17 July en Sunday 18 July is the new date for the MX Grand Prix of Oss.
Track de “Witte Ruijsheuvel” is the location where this spectacular event will take place. The track has a rich history, as it has hosted top events such as the Dutch Masters of Motocross and the Sidecar Cross World Championship. The last time a Grand Prix solo was raced was in 1998. From 2021 it will take place for the 4 consecutive years.
The Netherlands is strongly represented at the World Championship with, among others, four-time champion Jeffrey Herlings and two-time MX of Nations winner Glenn Coldenhoff. Coldenhoff grew up in Heesch and is committed to shining in front of his own audience in Oss and winning his first Grand Prix. That would be the crown on his work after several podium places in the past seasons. Herlings last became World Champion in 2018, but then had two seasons full of injuries. The drive for victories will be greater than ever next season, he will do everything in his power to win his home Grand Prix for the 15th time. In addition to Herlings and Coldenhoff, Brian Bogers and Calvin Vlaanderen will also uphold the Dutch honor.
The Netherlands also has a number of top riders in the MX2 class who will compete for the podium. Roan van de Moosdijk from Eindhoven (NL) already won a round in 2020 and was on the podium several times. De “Witte Ruijsheuvel” is a track that suits him and he will definitely compete for the podium places. The great Dutch talent Kay de Wolf drives his first Grand Prix in the Netherlands in Oss. His career is gaining momentum and he will want to shine a light on his debut year. In the MX2, the Dutch Bas Vaessen and Davy Pootjes can also provide a surprise.
In addition to the MXGP and MX2, the EMX250 and EMX Open will also be held. Many Dutch people are also active in these classes, more than worth it to come and see all of this!
All further information about MX Grand Prix Oss can be found on the MXGP OSS website