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EMX 65 / EMX 85 European Championship – Final
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EMX 65 / EMX 85 European Championship - Finals Vitezslav and Leok crowned champions The deep sand of Riola Sardo saw the finals of the EMX85 and EMX65 European Championship finals with Vitezslav Marek of Czech Republic victorious in the EMX85 category, while in the EMX65 class it was Estonian Lucas Leok who took home gold. The 85cc and 65cc youngsters were tested by the Riola Sardo circuit here in Sardinia but took on the challenge without hesitation as they got a taste of what it feels like to race an FIM Motocross World Championship circuit. Mr Martin de Graaff, FIM Europe President “I had the occasion to visit together with the Secretary General Alessandro Sambuco the finals in Sardinia. In both classes we saw a great attendance from all regional federations and in four excellent race the European champions could be honored. Congratulation to the organizers for the great job”. EMX85 In the first EMX85 race it
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Enduro

Enduro European Championship: next to last round in Poland

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Enduro European Championship: next to last round in Poland Third round of the Enduro European Championship in Kelce, Poland. Day1 Three juniors stood on top of the podium at the overall winner's ceremony: Enrico Rinaldi ahead of Krystof Kouble and the Finn Peetu Juupaluoma. Surprisingly, Krystof Kouble had to take a back seat this time: The Czech rider had come to Poland as the leader of the championship, where conditions were similar to the last round in the Czech Republic with mud and rain. In fact, however, the Italian Enrico Rinaldi won the overall standings on both days, first catching up with Kouble and then even just overtaking him in the championship. Both are separated by a narrow margin of only three points before the final, which ultimately makes everything possible. But Rinaldi has already indicated that, uncharacteristically for an Italian, he likes to ride in the sand. That could
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Enduro

Enduro European Championship: second half of the championship starts in Kielce

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Enduro European Championship: Second half of the championship starts in Kielce The Enduro European Championship is ready to start in Poland the second half of the season: the motorsport club from Kielce, "Korona Novi", has pitched its tents in Piekoszów, on the western outskirts of Kielce. The club not only has a lot of experience with Enduro, it even hosted the finals of the European Championship in 2018. Three rounds of the 76 km long course will be ridden every day, which adds up to over 220 km of off-road for the riders. The course includes a cross test, an enduro test and an extreme test to be completed in each round. All tests are within easy reach of the paddock for fans and supporters. Over 120 riders have registered for this. Although junior rider Kristof Kouble from the Czech Republic is currently the leader in the overall standings, his
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Motocross

Motocross European Championships: calendars updates

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Motocross European Championships: calendars updates The FIM Europe would like to inform of some updates to the 2021 Motocross Championships calendars. There have been unavoidable updates due to the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, but the FIM Europe together with Infront Moto Racing and all the organisers have been working hard to maintain a full racing calendar for one of the most competitive seasons. As a result, the MXGP of Portugal in Agueda that was originally scheduled to take place on the 23-24 of October will no longer take place this year and it will be postponed to 2022. Instead will be substituted by a triple-header in Pietramurata with the MXGP of Trentino (23-24 October), MXGP of Pietramurata (26-27 October) and MXGP of Garda (30-31 October) and two events in Mantova for the MXGP of Lombardia (6-7 November) and MXGP of Città di Mantova (9-10 November). In addition, the FIM Europe regrets
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Motocross

EMX Open European Championship: De Bortoli secures the title

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EMX Open European Championship: De Bortoli secures the title With the final races of the EMXOpen Championship decided, Davide De Bortoli celebrated his title victory as Honda SR Motoblouz’s Nicolas Dercourt secured his first overall victory of the season to win the round of Afyon in Turkey. De Bortoli entered the day’s races knowing that he only needed to finish the opening race in order to secure the gold plate, though this did not mean that the Italian didn’t push for the win in both races despite that. As the gate dropped for race one it was De Bortoli with the holeshot ahead of Dercourt and Simone Croci. JD Gunnex KTM Racing’s Tomasz Wysocki was right there as well along with Matej Jaros and Krisztian Tompa. Dercourt then had his hands full with a hard charging Croci who eventually crashed, allowing Wysocki to go through into third. De Bortoli then
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Road Racing

Mini Road Racing European Cup 2021

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Mini Road Racing European Cup 2021 The FIM Europe announces that the Mini Moto Road Racing European Cup, which rounds were originally scheduled at Slovakiaring (Slovakia) on 25th July and Kartarena Cheb, Czech Republic, will took place with a single round. The event will be host by Novi Marof Circuit, Croatia, on the weekend of 25th-26th September thanks to the big efforts of the HMS (the Croatian Motorcycling Federation). The schedule will see free practices on Friday, qualifying and race-1 on Saturday, race-2, race-3 and award ceremony on Sunday. The FIM Europe is keeping on to look forward to the current season with optimism. More information will follow shortly when the supplementary rules will be announced. Visit our Road Racing page
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Motocross

EMX Open European Championship: round one of two in Turkey

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EMX Open European Championship: round one of two in Turkey EMX Open Championship leader Davide De Bortoli secured his first overall victory of the season in Afyonkarahisar, as he gets one step closer to wrapping up the EMX Open title with a round to go. In the first race, it was De Bortoli who took the holeshot from Nicolas Dercourt of Honda SR Motoblouz ahead of JD Gunnex KTM Racing’s Tomasz Wysocki and Simone Croci. Croci wasted no time to get around Wysocki, while Dercourt was keeping close to De Bortoli for the win. De Bortoli then set the fastest lap of the race as the gap opened up to 2.254 seconds though Dercourt was able to bring that back and get onto the Italian’s back wheel as he searched for a way through. The pair battled for the win for most of the race as they had a little bit of a gap to Croci and Wysocki who
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