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Snowcross European Championship: 2024 calendar update

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Snowcross European Championship: 2024 calendar update The FIM Europe and Infront Moto Racing would like to share that the 2024 Snowcross European Championship calendar sees a modification for the closing round in Kirkenes, Norway. The Snowcross European Championship will officially take place together with the FIM Snowcross World Championship. 2024 official calendar: 14th April - Joensuu, Finland 20th April - Kirkenes, Norway Links FIM Europe Motocross FIM SNX 2024 Infront Moto Racing
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Road Racing

2024 permanent riders’ entry lists: Moto2™ European Championship, European Talent Cup and Stock European Championship

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2024 permanent riders’ entry lists: Moto2™ European Championship, European Talent Cup and Stock European Championship The FIM Europe is glad to publish the entry lists of the permanent riders that will take part in the 2024 Moto2™ European Championship, European Talent Cup and Stock European Championship. A regularly updated version of the entry lists for any specific event can be viewed here. Click below to download the entry lists. Moto2™ European Championship Stock European Championship European Talent Cup Links Click here to visit the FIM Europe Road Racing page FIM Junior GP FIM-Moto Enduro European Championship
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EMX Quad European Championship and Sidecarcross and Quadcross of European Nations: 2024 calendar

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EMX Quad European Championship and Sidecarcross and Quadcross of European Nations: 2024 calendar The FIM Europe, together with the promoter APO Multimedia, is glad to announce the EMX Quad European Championship 2024 calendar. The season is set to start in late April and will see 5 rounds: Portugal, the Netherlands, Czech Republic, Poland and Italy. Furthermore, after the success of last year’s edition, the Sidecarcross and Quadcross of European Nations will take place on the 28th-29th of September in Loket, in the Czech Republic. Links FIM Europe Motocross FIM Sidecarcross
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Ice Racing

European Individual Ice Speedway Championship: gold triplete for Franz Zorn

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European Individual Ice Speedway Championship: gold triplete for Franz Zorn For the sixth time and the third consecutive year the city of Sanok, in the south-eastern Poland, hosted the European Individual Ice Speedway Championship. Three seems to be a magic number, as the Austrian rider Franz Zorn claimed his third European Individual Ice Speedway Championship title after defeating his opposition in the impressive Mosir Sanok Arena. Zorn won the first European title in Sanok in 2008 and 15 years later, last year, the now 53-year-old from Saalfelden stood on the top step of the podium for the second time. In Day 1 the ice warriors took to the track in front of a warm crowd, excited to see a great show. Taking advantage of the excellent track conditions, they push till the limits, with many heats seeing positions swapped lap after lap. Franz Zorn push hard winning easily ahead of Max Niedermaier
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Road Racing

Moto2 European Championship, European Talent Cup, Stock European Championship: 2024 Regulations

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Moto2 European Championship, European Talent Cup, Stock European Championship: 2024 Regulations The FIM Europe is pleased to announce that the regulations that will regulate the Moto2™ European Championship, the European Talent Cup and the Stock European Championship classes are now available. For the purposes of simplicity and convenience/utility, these regulations include both specific sporting and technical rules for the above-mentioned competitions. Please, bear in mind that articles amended as from the 1st January 2024 are in bold type. Click here to download the Regulations Links Click here to visit the FIM Europe Road Racing page FIM Junior GP FIM-Moto Enduro European Championship
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Enduro

SuperEnduro Cup: amazing Xavier Leon claims 2024 title

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SuperEnduro Cup: amazing Xavier Leon claims 2024 title The SuperEnduro Cup concluded this weekend in Budapest, Hungary, with the fourth and final round of the 2024 season. A fast, flowing track inside the impressive MVM Dome looked almost EnduroCross-like, bringing out the best in Xavi León (GasGas). As in the previous events (Poland, Germany, Romania) where the Spanish leader dominated the series, in Hungary he ruled carrying a 31 points advantage into the night. A measured ride saw the race one win come to him while rivals faltered, and the 2024 European title was his in easy fashion Messing with our mojos a little, American Dustin McCarthy (Beta) took the overall European win on the night with a 2-1 scorecard ahead of Xavi. Third position for Hubert Zbikowski (KTM) from Poland. Arrived in Hungary with the third overall position, just one point from the second place, Italian rider Alessandro Azzalini
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Motocross

Snowcross European Championship: 2024 dates announced

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Snowcross European Championship: 2024 dates announced The FIM Europe and Infront Moto Racing are glad to announce the 2024 Snowcross European Championship calendar. The Snowcross European Championship will officially take place together with the FIM Snowcross World Championship. The 2024 season will see two rounds: 13th-14th April - Joensuu, Finland 20th-21st April - Kirkenes, Norway The first one will be in in Joensuu, Finland, on the 13th-14th April. The second largest city in Eastern Finland, is located on the northern shore of Lake Pyhäselkä and surrounded by forests, making it a stunning location to host an event in the natural landscape. The stadium is a permanent horse racing stadium and is perfectly suited to host the Snowcross event with great facilities for both the spectators and teams. For the second and final round the Snowcross world will move to the well-known Kirkenes, Norway, that will host another exciting event on
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Enduro

SuperEnduro Cup: Xavier Leon keeps on ruling in Romania

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SuperEnduro Cup: Xavier Leon keeps on ruling in Romania The third round of the SuperEnduro Cup visited the BT Arena in Cluj Napoca, Romania, for the first time. A very demanding race, with many big wooden logs, designed for the heroes of the FIM SuperEnduro World Championship, who also struggled with the complicated corners. As in the previous events in Poland and Germany, the Romanian Grand Prix saw again the Spanish leader Xavi León (GasGas) took a double win and another overall victory ahead of the American Dustin Mccarthy (Beta) and the Polish rider Maciej Wieckowski (Gas Gas). Poland ruled the top five with Damian Broniewski (Husqvarna), fourth overall with the second position in Race 2 and the sixth in Race 1, and Kacper Baklarz (Gas Gas). Italian rider Alessandro Azzalini (Gas Gas), who arrived in Cluj Napoca second in the standings, finished twice fifth taking the sixth position overall.
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