Riders entered in their hundreds, and spectators turned up in their thousands for an event which just gets bigger and bigger. Keen race fans started to arrive at the circuit on Thursday, with a queue lasting all day Friday.
The two main events of the weekend were the EVO MXdN and the twinshock MXdN with the star-studded Belgium four man team of Werner De Witt (Suzuki), Johan Boonen (Husaberg), Jan Lauryssen (Suzuki), and Jurgen Fleerackers (Suzuki) taking a comfortable win over team USA in the EVO class, while in the Twinshock event it was Jan Blanquert (Suzuki), Pascal Bal (Suzuki), Didier Stommen (Suzuki), and Patrick Caps (Suzuki) in first place over the German squad.
While both Belgian teams won with consistently-high finishing places, it was the ex-GP star, American Ryan Hughes on a Honda in the Twinshock MXdN and a Kawasaki in the Evo MXdN who stole the show on and off the track with his easy-going attitude off track and his no holds barred style on it.
We have a large feature in this week's print edition of TMX but while you get your hands on that, why not have a look at our huge gallery (left) from the event.