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European Moto2 and Talent Cup at Albacete (Spain) – Day2

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Jesko Raffin (Swiss Innovative Investors Junior) was proclaimed champion of the Moto2™ European Championship in the penultimate round of the FIM CEV Repsol this Sunday at the Circuit de Albacete. On a day marked by heavy rain, Alex Millán (Aro Racing) won from pole position in the European Talent Cup. Héctor Garzó (Team Wimu CNS) won the first Moto2™ race; the second race was stopped on the tenth lap due to weather conditions and Luis Pomares (Pinamoto RS) adjudged the winner. Héctor Garzó won the first Moto2™ event, a race marked by the rain that began to fall just before the start; the race was declared wet and the bikes had to be prepared for the rain on the grid. With 13 laps to race, Jesko Raffin took off like a shot, but by the end of the first lap Héctor Garzó had moved into the lead. Following him were
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European Moto2 and Talent Cup at Albacete (Spain) – Day1

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Sunday’s FIM CEV Repsol round looks like being decisive with Jesko Raffin (Swiss Innovative Investors Junior) poised to take the Moto2™ European Championship title against poleman Edgar Pons (AGR Team, photo1). Alex Millán (Aro Racing, photo2) in the European Talent Cup will head off his race in this penultimate round of the championship at the Circuit de Albacete this weekend. In Moto2™, Edgar Pons dominated his rivals in the two qualifying sessions, posting an unmatched time of 1:31.945 in the morning session. The AGR Team rider will lead the grid for the third time in a row, this time accompanied by by Héctor Garzó (Team Wimu CNS) and Jesko Raffin. Raffin only needs four points more than the poleman in the first of Sunday’s two races to take the Moto2™ ECh title for the second time. If he doesn’t make it in the first race, he could still become champion
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European Supersport 300 Cup at Oschersleben (Germany)

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In race1 of European Supersport 300 Cup at Oschersleben, in Germany the winner was Michal Bulik (photo1) from Maco Racing Team. The gap at the finish line was less than 0,1 sec. on Samuel Lochoff from South Africa. With the second place Lochoff (Austrian YART Team under Samurai-Yart Racing) won the SSP 300 European CUP 2018. The second place in the Cup was also fixed after this race for Tarec van der Merwe from South Africa. Wet conditions for today’s final raceday. The warm up was declared as wet and not all riders attended it. The weather forecast for the afternoon was dry and sunny. The race started in very good conditions and Samuel Lochoff won but the fastest lap of the race was signed by Michal Bulik, a Slovakian rider of MACO Racing team who also took part to the World EWC Championship. There were some very interesting battles
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European Street Freestyle Cup at Cologne (Germany)

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The second event of the new discipline in FIM Europe was organised in the context of the famous Intermot Exhibition at Cologne, in Germany. The present riders made a very spectacular show for the spectators several times due to the practice sessions. On Saturday the Semi Finals and the Best Trick were organised and the results after the first two rounds saw Foma Kalinin 1st, Pawel Karbownik 2nd and Danila Zhelanov 3rd. On Sunday after a morning practice session the Finals started at 14:30 for the 12 riders who had to show their own best 5 minutes long program for the score marshals and the spectators. The final ranking of the event is: 1st Pawel Karbownik from Poland, 2nd Herczeg Balázs from Hungary and the 3rd Foma Kalinin from Russia. The overall result of the first ever official Cup Series in 2018: Cup winner Foma Kalinin, second by only 1
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European Cross Country Cup in Latvia

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FIM Europe Cross Country Cup at Madona (Latvia) gathered 19 participants from five Countries - Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia and Finland. The two hours Cross Country race in Madona was not easy for many riders. The track was interesting and technical, and the riders after the race said they were satisfied with today’s race and track conditions. During the race they had to fight with forest trails, steep uphill and downhill and other obstacles. The track was unusual for competitors and suprised even many of the spectators who came to watch the race. Ugis Klimons from Latvia was the first to cross the finish line winning in Senior class ahead of Dmitriy Parshin (RUS) and Riho Keerme (EST). In the Veteran and Woman Classes Danielius Žoštautas (LTU) and Marita Nyqvist (FIN) won the Cross Country Cups. In the Junior Class Daniel Komkov (RUS) had to surrender to the supremacy of
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European Moto2 and Talent Cup at Jerez (Spain) – Day2

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The Circuito de Jerez-Ángel Nieto was the ideal setting for the sixth round of the FIM CEV Repsol, in which Edgar Pons (AGR) Team) chalked up his third consecutive triumph in Moto2™ and Matteo Bertelle (SIC 58 Squadra Corse) took both wins in the European Talent Cup. Óscar Ibáñez (Noyes Camp) won the second European Kawasaki Z Cup race of the weekend. In Moto2™, Edgar Pons was unstoppable on the way to his third consecutive victory. The AGR Team rider led away and lap by lap he pulled clear, followed by Jesko Raffin (Swiss Innovative Investors Junior, photo1)). Hector Garzó (Team Wimu CNS), who set the pole time but who was sanctioned and started down the grid, was hit by Miquel Pons (Bullit) in the second corner and was out of the race. Marc Alcoba (Dynavolt Intact Junior Team) also crashed out on the third lap when he was running
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European Superstock 1000 and Supersport 600 Cup at Magny Cours (France)

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Domination, passion, speed, skill, champion. Just a few words to sum up Markus Reiterberger (alpha Racing-Van Zon-BMW) and his 2018 season in the European Superstock 1000 Championship, as he leaves Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours as the champion. Taking the crown in the final round of the year, he showed out on track just why he’s taken this crown with his stunning domination and pace. Hailing from Trostberg in Germany, Reiterberger first began racing in 2007 in the acclaimed Red Bull Rookies Cup with small levels of success. His first competitive victory came in 2009, in the Yamaha Cup and he was crowned champion of that same series the following season. Moving into the IDM and European Superstock 1000 Championships, he had found his calling and progressed throughout both series. Re-entering the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship after half a season away as the reigning IDM champion, he was not short
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European Moto2 and Talent Cup at Jerez (Spain) – Day1

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Edgar Pons (AGR Team) in Moto2™ (photo1) and David Salvador (Cuna de Campeones) in the European Talent Cup (photo2) took the poles in their respective categories in the latest round of the FIM CEV Repsol at the Circuito de Jerez. Gabriel Durán (Centro Moto) took pole and won the first race of the European Kawasaki Z Cup. Héctor Garzó (Team Wimu CNS) posted the best time in the Moto2™ European Championship, a 1:42.513 achieved in QP1, beating Edgar Pons by just 13 thousandths. However, the Wimu CNS Team rider suffered a 12-position penalty for a technical irregularity related to his bike, leaving first place to the AGR Team rider. In the end, Lukas Tulovic (Team Wimu CNS), third in the qualifying session, will start second followed by Jesko Raffin (Swiss Innovative Investors Junior), who suffered a hard fall on Friday. David Sanchís (EasyRace Moto2 Team) was the fastest in Superstock
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European races of the weekend 29-30 September

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In the weekend from Saturday 29th to Sunday 30th September, the follow­ing European races will be held: 29-30 September - Superstock 1000 European Championship, Supersport 600 Cup at Magny Cours/France 29-30 September - CEV Repsol (Moto2, Superstock 600, Talent Cup) at Jerez/Spain 29-30 September - EMX300 2 Stroke European Championship and Yamaha 125 Cup at Imola/Italy 29 September - European Cross Country Cup at Madona/Latvia 29 September - European Vintage Regularity Cup at Holíč/Slovakia
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European Superstock 1000 Championship no longer to continue into 2019

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FIM Europe and Dorna WSBK Organization have announced that as of 2019 the European Superstock 1000 Championship will no longer be part of the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship. After 19 seasons of successful racing in around Europe, with 17 different champions and six different manufacturers taking titles in the class, the decision to not continue the series, has been made following the evolution of technical regulations in WorldSBK over recent years. Looking ahead to the future, the removal of the STK1000 category from the WorldSBK paddock will bring more value to national STK championships around Europe. Martin de Graaff, FIM Europe 1st Deputy President explains: “We want to share our thanks to the Dorna WSBK Organization for their long co-operation with the European Superstock 1000 Championship. FIM Europe understands Dorna’s position in the development of World Superbike. We are very grateful to all participants in this class over the
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