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Vintage Hill Climb European Championship: single round in Italy

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Vintage Hill Climb European Championship: single round in Italy Single event for the Vintage Hill Climb European Championship in Italy, with the race in Isola del Liri-Poggio Vallefredda, at the end of a tough season rescheduled due to the Coronavirus emergency. Race 1 classification   Classic 125 1.     Giovanni Lombardi 2.     Mario Dolfi   125 GP 1.     Pierluigi Mutti 2.     Guido Testoni 3.     Lucio Laureti   Classic 250 1.     Roberto Della Latta   250 GP 1.     Gino Tedeschi   Classic superbike 1.     Domenico Paniccia 2.     Giovanni Caschera 3.     Massimo Palleschi   Classic open 1.     Stefano Bonetti   Sidecar 8a 1.     Gundinger/Gundinger   Sidecar 8b 1.     Pflaz/Luttke 2.     Neubauer/Stobich   Sidecar 8c Befera/Di Berti Race 2 classification   Classic 125 1.     Mario Dolfi 2.     Giovanni Lombardi   125 GP 1.     Pierluigi Mutti 2.     Guido Testoni 3.     Lucio Laureti   Classic 250 1.     Roberto Della Latta   250 GP 1.     Gino Tedeschi
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Vintage Endurace Cup: just one shot in Misano

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Vintage Endurace Cup: just one shot in Misano Thanks to the great effort of the Vintage Commission, last weekend the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, Italy, hosted the single round of the Vintage Endurace Cup. Just one event for the championship after the emergency situation due to the Coronavirus outbreak. The titles go to Classe Classic 1. Francesco Greggio, Michele Greggio, Paolo Fanton (ITA) Classe Formula 1. Ralf Eckert, Thomas Schuler, Bruno Azner (GER) Classe Maxi 1. Matthieu Sauve, Clement Chevrier (FRA) Classe Open 1. Greg Fastrè, Strphane Mertens (BEL)  
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Vintage Road Racing European Championship: Grobnik hosted the single event of the season

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Vintage Road Racing European Championship: Grobnik hosted the single event of the season The Circuit of Grobnik, Croatia, hosted the only race of the Vintage Road Racing European Championship, in a season totally modified by the Coronavirus outbreak. The winners are: • Class 2: Tanja Henchel, Aermachi 250, Germany • Class 6: Bert Heider, Moto Guzzi 750, Germany • Class 7a: Juergen Riedel, Honda, Germany • Class 7b: Peter Howrath, Yamaha TZ, Great Britain
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FIM Europe Vintage Commission News

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FIM Europe Vintage Commission News Vintage Road Racing Croatia’s Grobnik circuit will host the only remaining event of the 2020 European Vintage Road Race calendar. The meeting will be held over the weekend 18th – 20th September in Rijeka. Free practice will start on Friday followed by races on Saturday and Sunday. Supplementary regulations and entries will be available shortly on the FIM Europe website. ICGP races will also be held at the Grobnik meeting. This will be the first ICGP race since Valencia in March after which the season was interrupted by Covid 19. Vintage Endurance Cup There will be a Vintage Endurance race at Italy’s Misano Circuit on 9th-10th October. As this is the only Vintage Endurance Cup event of 2020, the race will decide the 2020 Vintage Endurance Championship. Vintage Hill Climb Championship Just one race remaining in the Vintage Hill Climb calendar: Isola del Liri, Italy,
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Motocross of European Nations heads to Riola Sardo in 2020!

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Motocross of European Nations heads to Riola Sardo in 2020! The FIM Europe and Youthstream are pleased to announce that the FIM Europe’s Motocross of European Nations will head to Italy in 2020. The event is set to take place on 11th October in Riola Sardo, Sardinia. The venue is situated in the large Italian island of Sardinia, close to the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. It has become well known amongst the riders of MXGP as it's one of the favorite venues of many World Championship riders’ pre-season preparation. In 2019 it was Team Italy who were victorious once again as they went on to defend their title as they scored the least amount of points (44) closely followed by Team Spain in second (45 points) and Czech Republic in third (57 points). Meanwhile in the women’s category, Team Netherlands were crowned champions as Nancy Van de Ven took
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Vintage Hill Climb meeting in Cheb

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Vintage Hill Climb meeting in Cheb On Saturday, 15th of November meeting with riders and organisers of 2019 FIM E Vintage Hill Climb Championship was organised in Cheb, Czech Republic. A day has started with meeting with organisers. At the meeting 2019 season was discussed and rules for 2020 were drafted. The calendar for 2020 will be as it was agreed at the Vintage Commission in autumn meeting at Fiumicino: - 20.06.2020. – Julbach, Austria - 12.07.2020. – Munster, France - 01.08.2020. – Lückendorf, Germany There is a possibility for additional date in Switzerland if an agreement with organizer will be finished, but not later than 1st of December 2019. At all events the format of the race will be that at Saturday and Sunday it will be one practise and two heats of which better result will count for championship points. With format like this we will have six
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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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Vintage Endurance Cup: grand finale in Italy

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Vintage Endurance Cup: grand finale in Italy Pictures copyright: Mandy Peers Jones The last race of the Vintage Endurance Cup was organised at Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli from 11th to 13th October. The race was part of the Misano Classic Weekend: an important event with over 500 riders. The extraordinary challenges and the good weather let over 6000 spectators to enjoy the weekend. The race of the Vintage Endurance Cup was raced together with the Italian Endurance Championship, with an amazing grid with 47 team. The race finished after 4 hours of race and the gap between the first (TAURUS SAGES, Italy) and second (PHASE ONE ENDURANCE, UK) was only 21,5 sec. Race results: CLASSIC 1. Team MOTOBEL 2. Team ACR 2 3. Team GERMAN GUI CLASSIC TEAM MAXI CLASSIC 1. Team TAURUS SAGES 2. Team MOTOPORT UITHOORN RACING 3. Team DB ENDURANCE RACING FORMULA 1. Team VULCANET OPEN
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Vintage Enduro European Championship: third round in Spain

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Vintage Enduro European Championship: third round in Spain The third round of the Vintage Enduro European Championship was raced on 04th - 05th - 06th October in Solsona, Spain. Hot weather and dust welcome riders and public. The winners: Luca Ranalli (Classic A) Oriol Vila (Classic C) - 2º Xavier Arenas (World Champion with one race remaining) Mario Graziani (Classic D) Gaetano Enrico Terruso (Classic X Open)
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Vintage Road Racing European Championship: the final in France

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Vintage Road Racing European Championship: the final in France Photos: Bruno Feseuille The last round of the Vintage Road Racing European Championship was raced on 28th-29th September at Pau-Arnos Circuit, in France, with very good conditions. Riders from all over Europe took the start, including a woman from Germany, Tanja Hentschel. Race1 was well disputed with the first 3 riders very close most of the time. In the end Laurent Villeregnier took the checkered flag as first followed by Richard Peers Jones and Hasse Gustafson. In Race2 another victory for Villeregnier, followed by Hasse and Allender Paul.
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