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European Drag Bike Championship and Cup

Steve Venables
In the month of May the first two rounds of European Superstreet Bike Championship and Junior Drag Bike Cup were held: the first at Kunmadaras (Hungary) and the latest at Santa Pod (England). At Kunmadaras, Hungary, Sunday started with 2 qualification rounds for the FIM Europe Super Street Bike Championship and Junior Drag Bike Cup in very warm weather. On Monday the organizer managed to put 4 qualification rounds in the time schedule, which was appreciated by the riders. Last year’s number 2 in the Superstreet Bike Cup, Danish Mogens Lund was fastest in the Superstreet Bike qualification, which gave him the number 1 spot in the elimination ladder. In the Junior Drag Bike Cup Meggie Talbort from UK was the fastest in qualifying. The race started on Tuesday in high sun and 25 C. This year there was a full 16 field in Super Street Bike Championship, and 3
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European Super Street Bike Cup in Kunmadaras (Hungary)

franklyn borg
Saturday started with 2 qualification heats for the European Super Street Bike Cup in Kunmadaras, which is at its 20th anniversary. On Sunday the organizer managed to schedule 4 qualification rounds, which was appreciated by the riders. The rookie Franklyn Borg from Malta, set the track record at 7,04 sec. which gave him the important number 1 spot in the elimination.  The race started on Monday with cloudy weather and 14 C°. In the first heat Franklyn Borg, Clemens Walleit, Daniel Lencses, Alex Hope, Richard Stubbins, Mogens Lund and Salvanos Andreas passed to the second heat. The first semifinal was between Franklyn Borg, from Malta and local hero Daniel Lencses, from Hungary. The second semifinal was between Richard Stubbins, from Great Britain and Salvanos Andreas, from Greece. Franklyn Borg and Richard Stubbins went on to the final where Franklyn Borg won, with Richard Stubbins as runner up. The next round
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FIM Europe Drag Racing Commission meets FIM CCR at Budapest (Hungary)

Meeting
On Friday 17th February the FIM Europe Drag Racing Commission invited FIM CCR at the MAMS office in Budapest to a meeting. The purpose was to discuss future cooperation between FIM Europe Drag Racing Commission and FIM CCR, in view of the FIM Drag Racing World Cup which is scheduled in 2018. The meeting was held in good atmosphere and all participants got a better understanding on how FIM Europe Drag Racing Commission and FIM CCR manage their corp business and day to day work. From the left Rezso Bulcsu, FIM CCR Director, Joseph Nadgany, MAMS, FIM Europe Drag Racing Commission, Victoria Corredoira, FIM CCR Coordinator, Job Heezen, KNMV, FIM Europe Drag Commission, Peder Eneroth, SVEMO, Palle Lind, DMU, Chairman FIM Europe Drag Commission and CCR Member, Jari Halonen, SML, FIM Europe Drag Commission
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