FIM MXGP World Championship Trophy
The MXGP trophy is made of two main materials: aluminum and carbon fiber. The base is formed by 6 piece of anodized aluminum in three different shades: red at the bottom, and black and gray in the middle alongside the MXGP logo. In the gray parts we can find some filigrees inspired by motocross such as the starting gates of the tracks, the teeth on the bikes sprokects, and more distinctive elements.
The top of the trophy is formed by 16 twisted carbon fiber blades shaped into a cup to resemble the championship logo. The 20 stainless steel plaques wrapping the trophy are engraved with all the world champions' names from 1957 until now in the main class.
The size and weight of the trophy represent the toughness of the competition, and its uneven sharp angles are meant to capture the skilled performance of the riders and the thrill and speed of the races.
February 2020. Presentation link: youtu.be/dbANEqdZFL8
MXGP Champions (not given trophy):
2020: Tim Gajser (SLO)
2021: Jeffrey Herlings (NED)
2022: Tim Gajser (SLO)
2023: Jorge Prado (ESP)
INFRONT MOTO RACING. 2020-Present