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Second session of Sporting Commission Meetings in Fiumicino, Italy

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Second session of Sporting Commission Meetings in Fiumicino, Italy The FIM Europe Commission Meetings continued today with the second session of Sporting Commissions, which followed the first session of Sporting Commissions in October and which will be followed by the Management Council in December and the Non-Sporting Commissions next January. In Fiumicino were present the first Deputy President Michal Sikora, the Secretary General Alessandro Sambuco and Paola Bianchetti, responsible for sport matters in the office. Mr Michal Sikora, FIM Europe 1st Deputy President “I’m really happy with the outcome of second session of our commissions. During these meetings many important proposals were discussed such as good number of future organizers for our events or possibility to continue with internet coverage for Motoball EC. Another exciting season is coming”. Track Racing Commission The commission proposes a number of rule changes in order to armonise the various disciplines of Track Racing with the FIM’s CCP. Director
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Snowcross European Championship heads to Finland in 2020

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Snowcross European Championship heads to Finland in 2020 FIM Europe and Youthstream are delighted to announced that the FIM European Championship will head to Finland in 2020. The event will take place on 4th April in Rovaniemi, the capital of Lapland in the northern part of Finland. Rovaniemi is situated just 6 kilometres south of the Arctic Circle and while it is most famous for being the hometown of Santa Claus, in March 2020 it will host the biggest Snowcross event of the year as there will be not only the European Championship but also the FIM Snowcross World Championship and the Women’s World Cup. Stay tuned for further updates!
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On the way to the 2020 FIM Europe Congress

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On the way to the 2020 FIM Europe Congress From the left: Alessandro Sambuco, Michal Sikora, Jan Šťovíček, Pavel Konečný On 29th October the first organisational meeting for the 2020 FIM Europe Congress has been held in Prague. The capital of the Czech Republic will host the 26th FIM Europe Congress from 9th to 11th July 2020 in the Corinthia Hotel, with panoramic views across Prague and multi-functional meeting spaces. For the Gala dinner, that will sign the closing of the Congress, has been chosen Palace Žofín, neo–renaissance building located in the heart of Prague on the romantic and scenic Slovansky island. The meeting, held in the historical seat of ACCR, saw the participation of the first Deputy President Michal Sikora and the Secretary General Alessandro Sambuco for FIM Europe and the President Jan Šťovíček, supported by the CEO Pavel Konečný for ACCR. Mr Michal Sikora “Prague is one of
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2020 Trial and Supermoto European Championships – Provisional Calendars

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2020 Trial and Supermoto European Championships Provisional Calendars The FIM Europe, together with the Trial and Supermoto Commissions, are proud to release the 2020 European Championships provisional Calendar. Trial Five rounds for the Trial European Championship, Junior Cup and Over 40 Cup. Four rounds for the Women and Youth European Championship. DATE COUNTRY VENUE CHAMPIONSHIP 11 April France Breal sous Montfort Women and Youth European Championship 12 April France Breal sous Montfort Trial European Championship, Junior Cup and Over 40 Cup 18.19 April tba tba Trial European Championship, Junior Cup and Over 40 Cup 30 May Italy Santa Fiora Women and Youth European Championship 31 May Italy Santa Fiora Trial European Championship, Junior Cup and Over 40 Cup 01 August Germay Grossheubach Women and Youth European Championship 02 August Germany Grossheubach Trial European Championship, Junior Cup and Over 40 Cup 08 August Czech Republic Kramolin Women and Youth European Championship
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FIM Europe and Yamaha launch R3 bLU cRU FIM European Cup for young road racers

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FIM Europe and Yamaha launch R3 bLU cRU FIM European Cup for young road racer   FIM Europe and Yamaha Motor Europe are pleased to announce the launch of a new road race series aimed at providing a path to the world stage for young riders. The Yamaha R3 bLU cRU FIM European Cup, a collaboration between Yamaha, FIM Europe and Dorna WSBK Organization (DWO) supported by JiR (Japan Italy Racing), will be contested across eight races at the European rounds of the 2020 FIM Superbike World Championship and will be open to riders aged between 12 and 15 years. The Yamaha R3 bLU cRU FIM European Cup has been designed as the ideal first step for young riders with world championship aspirations. The series will be contested exclusively aboard Yamaha's YZF-R3 machine, a race winner in the ultra-competitive FIM Supersport 300 World Championship already this season, with a grid
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First session of Sporting Commission Meetings in Fiumicino, Italy

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First session of Sporting Commission Meetings in Fiumicino, Italy In the first session of the meeting with the Sporting Commissions many items were discussed. The meetings took place in Fiumicino (Rome) and almost all commission members were present. In two weeks the other three sporting commissions will have their meetings. Present were the FIM Europe President Martin de Graaff, the first Deputy President Michal  Sikora, the Secretary General Alessandro Sambuco and Paola Bianchetti, responsible for sport matters in the office. Mr Martin de Graaff, FIM Europe President “The meetings of today and partly yesterday in Rome were good. In a good atmosphere the commissions evaluated this season and worked on the proposals for the next season. The rule changes and new calendars will be published soon. It’ s wonderful to notice how creative the commissions are in solving all kind of problems. We are grateful to all our volunteers to be active
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Vintage Enduro European Championship: final round in Germany

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Vintage Enduro European Championship: final round in Germany On 20th October was raced in Kempenich, Germany, the fourth and final round of the Vintage Enduro European Championship. Tough race for both riders and spectators due to the heavy rain, with wet and muddy conditions. At the end of a hard fight battle for the titles, here below the champions of the season. A1-73, 50cc – Luca Santucci, ITA A2-73, 125cc – Stefano Perani, ITA A3-73, 205cc – Paolo Sala, ITA A4-73, over 250cc – Alberto Borsotti, ITA C2-76, 125cc – Giulio Gambarini, ITA C2-76, 250cc – Xavier Arenas, ESP C4-76, over 250cc – Mauro Uslenghi, ITA D1-81, 80cc – Maurizio Cecconi, ITA D2-81, 125cc – Giorgio Iride, ITA D3-81, 250cc – Mario Graziani, ITA D4-81, over 250cc – Raffaele Guasco, ITA D5-81, over 500cc – Donato Benedetti, ITA X1-89, 80cc – Giorgio Volpi, ITA X2-89, 125cc – Gaetano Terruso, ITA
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2020 FIM Motocross European Championships Official Calendar

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2020 FIM Motocross European Championships Official Calendar The official calendar also includes the rounds scheduled for MXGP, MX2 and Women’s Motocross World Championship.   FIM Europe and Youthstream are proud to release the 2020 FIM Motocross European Championships Official Calendar for classes EMX125, EMX250, EMX2T and EMX Open. The Opening venue of the European championships is going to be one of fans’ favourites, Matterley Basin, being the MXGP of Great Britain the first European GP to start off the season since 2012. The second stop will be the following weekend on 8th March in the sandy track of Valkenswaard, in the Netherlands. Then the calendar will visit some of the most emblematic tracks in the calendar such as Pietramurata in Trentino, St. Jean d’Angely in France, Teutschenthal in Germany, Orlyonok in Russia and Kegums in Latvia. The 2020 calendar also features big comebacks, such as the one of Spain, whose
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