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2020 EMX Championships Update

2020 EMX Championships

Following the big success of the Latvian stops of EMX and the support received, EMX continues to look forward to more epic races this season and therefore FIM Europe and Infront Moto Racing would like to reveal the most recent updates to the 2020 EMX Championships racing calendar.

Following the evolution of COVID-19 restrictions and the difficulty of travel, the decision has been made to postpone to 2021 the GP of Turkey in Afyonkarahisar, originally scheduled on the 5-6th of September.

Instead, following the success of the Latvian triple-header, the European Championships will anticipate the event in Faenza, Italy, for three epic Grand Prix races with the MXGP of Italy on the 5-6th of September, the MXGP of Città di Faenza on the 8-9th September and the MXGP of Emilia Romagna on 12-13th September.

Additionally, EMX will head to Mantova in Italy for another trio of races, for the GP of Lombardia taking place on the 26-27th of September, the GP of Città di Mantova on the 29-30th of September and finally the GP of Europe on the 3-4th of October.

Further changes will then see EMX head to Pietramurata, for the GP of Trentino, scheduled for the 31st-1st November, then the GP of Pietramurata on the 3-4th of November and finally the GP of Garda Trentino will finish off the Italian stint on the 7-8th of November.

The 2020 calendar will now feature three triple-headers in Italy. This decision has been made in order to be able to hold the maximum number of events possible to make a competitive and thrilling championships, as well as to reduce the amount of travel complications for the whole paddock collective.

Furthermore, the MXGP of Lommel on the 24-25th of October, will also see the Yamaha YZ bLU CRU Superfinale, that will welcome some up and coming motocross stars of tomorrow, to the fierce Lommel circuit in Belgium. Last year’s final saw Jekabs Kubulins take a victory in the 65cc class, while in 85cc it was Olle Martensson and finally in 125cc it was Mairis Pumpurs who was the winner.

FIM Europe, Infront Moto Racing, the local organisers and the National Federations, continue with the goal of presenting a great championship in these difficult circumstances and are excited to welcome back more EMX Championships action!