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Dalila Agrati new FIM Europe Press Officer

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FIM Europe is pleased to officially present Ms. Dalila Agrati as new FIM EUROPE PRESS OFFICER. Graduated in Intercultural Communication and journalist since 2014, she has been working in the motorsport for more than 10 years, gaining experience both in on-road and off-road competitions. Thanks to the collaboration with leading companies in the sports sector, she has developed her professional background enriching with specific knowledge in the field of communication, press office and social media. Highly motivated, Dalila Agrati will be responsible of the media part of FIM Europe, following the sport and the institutional activities, looking to the next seasons.   Info and contact: Email: dalila.agrati@fim-europe.com Mobile: +39 346 18 52 371
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FIM Europe NewsNews from National Federations

The 2019 MACEC General Assembly  in Prague/CZE

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The General Assembly of MACEC (Motorcycle Association of Central European Countries) was held on 23rd February in Prague. The following member Federations were present: ACCR (Czech Republic), BFMS (Belarus), LMSF (Lithuania), FMU (Ukraine), FRM (Romania), PZM (Poland) and SMF (Slovakia). MACEC President Andrzej Grodzki opened that meeting, welcomed all participants  – among them FIM Europe acting President Martin de Graaff, FIM Board Member/ACCR President  Jan Stovicek, FIM Europe Honorary Vice President Andrzej Witkowski. He thanked the ACCR – the Federation which joint MACEC in 2018 -  for organization of the event. ACCR President Jan Stovicek welcomed everybody, expressed his satisfaction to host the MACEC General Assembly in Prague and wished everybody a fruitful meeting and a nice stay in the capital of Czech Republic. MACEC is one of the six Regional Associations in FIM Europe; the others are AAMU (Alpe-Adria Motorcycle Union), AAM (Association Méditerranéenne de Motocyclisme), BMA (Baltic Motorcyclists
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Ice Racing NewsTrack Racing News

European Individual Ice Speedway Championship in Ufa (Russia)

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  The event was held last week-end in in Ufa, Russia and was organized in very high level under and excellent winter weather with a temperature of about - 8 C. 4500 spectator attended the event and enjoyed the fight which saw that Russian riders  on top but FMI  Lukas Bauer and KNMV  Jesper Iwema riders were very near to got the title. It was necessary to have a rerun for third and fourth place between those two riders and Lukas won third place before Jasper. The meeting was interesting to the very last heat with a hard fight in very good ice and the Final A, which took place the Saturday, was also “ The Memorial Heat Gabdrahman Kadyrov ”. Gabdrahman Kadyrov won the first two European Championships in 1963, 1964 and has been Ice Speed ​​World Champion in 1966, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1972 and 1973. Sergey Makarov wins the 2019 European Ice Speedway European Championship. He was followed in
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Motocross NewsSnowcross News

2019 FIM Europe Snowcross Joins World Championship in Sweden

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MONACO (Principality of Monaco) XX February 2019 - Youthstream is happy to announce that the 2019 FIM Europe Snowcross Championship will take place the 5-6th of April alongside the SNX World Championship at the Bodentravet trotting track in Sweden’s northern town of Boden.     Last year the best Snowcross riders in Europe competed in Finland where Pär Vikman dominated the class with perfect race results to take the title. Jonas Laakkonen and Robert Lunden took 3rd and 2nd last year but will likely head to Sweden this April for their chance to take the title of European Champion from Vikman! Stay tuned to MXGP’s Social Media and WorldSnowcross.com for further upcoming information including entry lists and more!
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Road Racing News

2019 updates to FIM CEV Repsol regulations

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The FIM CEV Repsol Committee has decided to introduce the following changes and updates to the regulations: • Practising during the week of the FIM CEV Repsol is allowed, but only if it is immediately after a MotoGP™ Grand Prix on the same circuit. Note: this is only applicable to the final event of the season • The maximum number of days of free practice allowed will count from January 1st of the season. • It is mandatory to use a back and chest protector. • The maximum number of riders admitted will be 44 in practice and qualifying and 38 in the race, in all circuits on the FIM CEV Repsol calendar. • It is forbidden to install rear fenders in the European Talent Cup. The updated version of the FIM CEV Repsol Regulations which contains the detailed text of the regulation changes will be available in the coming
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Road Racing News

European Moto2 and Talent Cup at Valencia (Spain)

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The last round of European Moto2, Talent Cup and Kawasaki Z Cup was held at Valencia (Spain). Yesterday the quickest of the Moto2™ European Championship riders was Edgar Pons (AGR Team, photo1), who took pole position ahead of the Italian Tommaso Marcon (Team Ciatti) and local rider Héctor Garzó (Team Wimu CNS). Swiss rider Jesko Raffin (Easy Race), champion since Albacete, gained the third row of the grid with the seventh best time, more than a second adrift of the poleman. The youngest riders in the FIM CEV Repsol, competing in the European Talent Cup, are the only ones who still have a title to fight for. José Antonio Rueda (Estrella Galicia) earned pole position after dominating the two qualifying sessions of Group B. Rueda will have his team mate Julián Giral (Estrella Galicia) and Fermín Aldeguer (Bester Capital Dubai) also gained the front row of the grid. But the fight
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