"I don't know if I will race next GP or next year. I want to do the MX des Nations (that will be occurring at his local circuit of Ernee, France) but I am not even sure which bike I will race. I might ride the Honda CRF250R."Second overall was New Zelander Josh Coppins (2-3), the Honda/Cas rider was enjoying one of his favorite tracks, and showed his true fighting spirit during the second moto. He crashed off the start, but flew back up through the pack (without goggles) from eighteenth to third—only two seconds behind Pichon. Third place went to Yamaha/Rinaldi rider Stefan Everst with a 5-1 finish. The eight-time world champion remains firmly in control of the series with a 38-point margin over second place Josh Coppins.It was a disappointing GP for Ben Townley; the factory KTM rider has been marred by bad starts and bad luck. In the first moto the twenty-year-old finished seventh after crashing. In the second moto he lost his brake pedal. With no rear brake, Ben went down no less than three times and finished the moto in thirteenth place.Moto1Brian Jorgensen holeshot the first moto, the Yamaha/Rinaldi rider led the first two laps but Pichon quickly passed him to take control of the race on the third lap. Turning some fast laps on a clear track he had a strong advantage—6.5 seconds—but Josh Coppins then got past Jorgensen and the surprising Frenchman privateer Pascal Leuret (who rode a bone stock Honda CRF) in a thrilling duel. Coppins, the winner of the last two Grand Prix, slowly chipped away at Pichon's lead but was riding alone in second place for the most of the race. Stefan Everts crashed off the start, but went on to finish fifth after an impressive comeback from seventeenth.Moto 2Jorgensen holeshot once again followed by Mickael Pichon, who quickly overtook him, but Mickael suffered with some fatigue (this race marking his return to the GP series). Stefan Everst pushed really hard and showcased his skills in the slippery conditions. Mickael was unable to contain Everts' assaults and made a mistake, which was all Stefan needed to overtake Pichon.No lucky for Joshua Coppins that collided at the second start with Pascal Leuret, the Kiwi re-started his Honda and fought hard, coming back from last place to eleventh by the end of the first lap and then proceeded to climb to third before the race's end. Joel Smets collided with Brian Jorgensen on the fourth lap, damaging his silencer. Jorgensen made a pit stop to chance the silencer to continue the race and would finish 21st in the end.Mickael Pichon: "I'm happy and first of all I want to thank the guys in the team as they kept on working really hard on the bike during my absence. I got two good starts today and had the lead. It was so important to start well here! The track was not as physically demanding as I thought, and even if I had some arm pump in the first moto it was not too difficult. I'm happy to come back, I wanted to race here as we are close to the French border and it's almost a home GP for me. Both Stefan and Joshua had some bad luck it was a good opportunity for me to win my second GP of the season."Josh Coppins: "The first ten minutes of the first moto was bad but by the end of the race I was making good lap-times. I did not get a good jump from the gate in the second moto. Pascal Leuret crashed and I went straight into him and ended up being upside down. I started last and began to come back but had to lose my goggles on lap four or five. It cost me a lot of time to pass people because the track is pretty stony and I was trying to protect my eyes as much as I could. I was finally able to make some good speed but I am slightly disappointed that I could not pass Mickael at the end. I was making a few mistakes and I put my heart and soul into this race. I took one more point than Stefan but I was fast enough to take more today. I will keep trying for this title and never give up."Stefan Everts: "I don't even clearly remember what caused my crash at the start of the first race. I hit a small rut and was thrown off. It was difficult to come back because the track allowed only one line. I was not so happy with fifth, and I have been having way too many come-from-behind races lately so it was quite frustrating. I wanted my revenge in the second race and this time I had a good start. I saw Pichon making some mistakes after twenty minutes and my physical condition allowed me to outpace him near the end of the race. It's a pity that I could not offer my home crowd a GP win, and my 85th win takes a bit longer than expected but I'll try again next week."