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2020 Sidecarcross and Quadcross of European Nations

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2020 Sidecarcross and Quadcross of European Nations It is with great regret that FIM Europe has to announce the cancellation of the 2020 edition of the Sidecarcross and Quadcross of European Nations which was to have been held at Varsseveld in The Netherlands on 3rd and 4th of October. The decision has been jointly made between FIM Europe, the KNMV and the Varsseveld organiser because of the uncertainty of travel for some teams, the financial impact that the Covid 19 virus has had on the competitors and their Federations, and also the fact that although the Dutch government will allow sporting fixtures to resume as from September, but with no public attendance. Without spectators the event is obviously not financially viable. The Sidecarcross of Nations has been organised continuously and successfully since the year 2000 and was joined by the Quadcross of Nations in 2009. This annual National team event
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Sidecarcross of European Nations and Quadcross of European Nations

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Sidecarcross of European Nations and Quadcross of European Nations On 05th-06th October the MC Schwedt circuit in Germany hosted the Sidecarcross of European Nations and Quadcross of European Nations. Quad MX Race 1 (Group A + B) Going into the first race of the day, the question everybody had on their mind was whether or not anybody could stop Team USA, as they were by far the quickest riders out on circuit throughout the duration of Saturday’s qualifying events. That question was soon to be answered because as the gate dropped for the first race of the day, it was Team Netherlands’ rider #7 Joe Maessen who got the best launch. Maessen made an excellent getaway but it wasn’t long before Team USA’s #2 rider Thomas Brown got the better of Maessen and led the race coming across the line for the first time. Italy’s #19 Andrea Cesari Jr made
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Sidecarcross of European Nations and Quadcross of European Nations: qualifying

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Sidecarcross of European Nations and Quadcross of European Nations: qualifying Top teams shine as Belgium and Holland claim the best sidecar starts, and the USA rules in Quads Situated North-East of Berlin, and very close to the border with Poland, the Schwedt circuit in Germany offered the perfect venue for this annual team competition, attracting the very best sidecar and quad motocross racers in the world. The fight for grid places was therefore every bit as fiercely contested as any individual qualifying session. Whilst the air was cold, the overnight rain had passed, with the track in good condition. There was a sense of high drama in the air ahead of this gripping team event. A handsome entry list of over thirty-six crews was divided into three classes (A/B/C), but split into just two groups for free practice. For the actual qualifying races, the three groups would compete separately against
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EMX Quad European Championship: final round in Croatia

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EMX Quad European Championship: final round in Croatia In very hot weather and good track conditions the final round of the EMX Quad European Championship took place on 31st August – 01st September in Mladina, Croatia. Thanks to race2 victory and a second place, the favorite and championship leader Kevin Saar (Estonia) won the title at the end of a thrilling fight with the Swedish Sune Lewander, despite race1 win went to Christopher Tveraen, who celebrated his first triumph. Behind Lewandcer, great third place for the Italian Patrick Turrini, who conquered the third step of the championship podium thank to a fifth and a second position. Final classification: 1. Kevin Saar, Estonia 2. Sune Lewander, Sweden 3. Patrick Turrini, Italy
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EMX Quad European Championship: round 3 in Latvia

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EMX Quad European Championship: round 3 in Latvia The third round of the EMX Quad European Championship was raced on 27th-28th July in Stelpe, Latvia, with a sunny and hot weather. Thrilling Race1 with Kevin Saar first for 10 laps and out due to the breaking of the front suspension. Sune Lewander from Sweden took the lead but was Romain Gwiazda to win the heat. In Race2 Saar succeeded in win in front of Valerijs Kuzmins, who overtook Lewander in the last corner on the last lap. Event classification: Sune Lewander, SWE Patrick Turrini, ITA Valerijs Kuzmins, LAT
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EXM Quad European Championship: the race in Estonia

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EXM Quad European Championship: the race in Estonia Second event of the EXM Quad European Championship in Kivioli, Estonia, with 29 riders from 12 countries in front of about 10.000 spectators. Race 1 was characterized by strong heat and won by Kevin Saar from Estonia. Second position for Mike Van Grinsven from Nederland and third for Patrick Turrini from Italy. Better condition on Sunday’s race 2, partially cloudy with 18°, ruled by Saar too. Second position again for Grinsven, while third was Roman Gwiazda from Poland. Next round will be on 27th-28th July in Stelpe, Latvia. The overall classification: 1. Kevin Saar 2. Mike Van Grinsven 3. Patrick Turrini  
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EMX Quad European Championship: the season starts in Ukraina

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EMX Quad European Championship: the season starts in Ukraina First seasonal race for the EMX Quad European Championship in Bucha, Ukraina. 18 riders from 12 different countries had a nice challenge in front of about 20 thousand spectators. Ruler of the weekend was the Estonian rider Kevin Saar, winner of both the two races. In Race1 second position for Zdenek Polacek from Czechy and third for Roman Gwiazda from Poland; while in Race2 Valerijs Kuzmins finished second in front of Christopeher Tveraen from Norway. Two fourth position for the Italian Patrick Turrini. Overall classification: 1. Kevin Saar 2. Valerijs Kuzmins 3. Patrick Turrini
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EMX 65 / EMX 85 European Championship North East zone and EMX Open European Championship: second round in Lithuania

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EMX 65 / EMX 85 European Championship North East zone and EMX Open European Championship: second round in Lithuania The second round of the EMX 65 / EMX 85 European Championship North East zone and the third of the EMX Open European Championship was held in Siauliai, Lithuania. Race1 of EMX 85 class saw a Latvian domination: the leader Edvards Bidzans won in front of Karlis Alberts Reisulis and Roberts Lusis. The second shot was ruled by young Latvian talent Edvardz Bidzans. Second position for Reisulis and third for Zakhar Osmolovski from Russia. Race 1 of EMX65 class was ruled by home rider Marius Adomaitis. Behind him Semen Rybakov from Russia and Reisulis. Race2 winner was Rybakov, followed by two Latvian: Tomass Saicans and Reisulis. Unfortunately, local hero Adomaitis crashed two times finishing 6th. Race1 EMX Open class had a great battle between Latvian rider Toms Macuks and Martin Michek
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Sidecarcross of European Nations and Quadcross of European Nations Day 2 at Slagelse (Denmark)

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Quads On a cool but sunny day with a large number of spectators, Team USA secured the overall win to retain the red plates with consistent performances of the 3 riders - Thomas Brown, Jeffrey Rastrelli and Chad Wienen - on 8 points with two first places for Wienen, two second places for Rastrelli and a second place for Brown in the 3 races. But they had to fight hard on the demanding track of Slagelse which proved difficult to overtake on. Team Ireland finished second on 39 points with the 3 riders, Justin Reid, Mark McLernon and Leon Rogers with some consistent high placings. Team Netherlands was third on 44 points with the team of Richardo Phoelich, Joe Maessen and Mike Van Grinsven but Van Grinsven had bad luck when leading the final race and suffering a machine failure. Team Norway was 4th just one point behind the Netherlands.
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EMX Quad at Stelpe (Latvia)

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The Latvian town of Stelpe hosted the last round of the European Quad Championship of the seson, with 25 riders from 11 Countries ahead of around 5.000 spectators. On Saturday in the qualifying race the winner was Kevin Saar from Estonia, ahead of Christopher Tveraen from Norway and Roman Gwiazda from Poland. Today in Race1 the qualifying positions were maintained and Kevin Saar won ahead of Christopher Tveraen and Roman Gwiazda. In Race2 Kevin Saar won again, this time ahead of British Harry Walker and Emils Phoelich from Latvia. In the overall Kevin Saar won with 50 points, second was Harry Walker ahead of Ricard Phoelich, both with 38 poinnts. The European Champion of 2018 is Estonian Kevin Saar ahead of Christopher Tveraen and Harry Walker. Full results on FIM Europe website: http://www.fim-europe.eu/events/602
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