The 2023 Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations has drawn to a close, leaving motocross enthusiasts in awe of the incredible races and the unwavering support from fans that have come to define this iconic event. 

Amidst the battle for the Chamberlain Trophy among the top teams, there was another coveted accolade in contention: the Fox Holeshot Award.

Starting strong is always paramount in any race, but at the Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations, where every team fight tooth and nail for every advantage, it adds a significant meaning, and with riders coming from various corners of the globe, the Fox Holeshot competition presented a chance for new riders to make their mark. 

In the Race 1 (MXGP/MX2), Team Spain’s Jorge Prado clinched the coveted first Fox Holeshot, ultimately finishing 2nd. In the Race 2 (MX2/Open), Team Switzerland’s Valentin Guillod. claimed the prize. Finally, Race 3 (Open/MXGP), Team Germany’s Ken Roczen secured the final Fox Holeshot, going on to finish 2nd and earning the individual MXGP class victory. The Fox Holeshot Prize not only granted the winners an early race advantage but also secured them them a well-deserved prize check.

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