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FIM Europe Magazine #02 2024 is now online with a Special Supplement!

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FIM Europe Magazine #02 2024 is now online with a Special Supplement! The FIM Europe is glad to announce that the new FIM Europe Magazine issue #02 is now online with a Special Supplement! Issue #02 starts with a tribute to Wolfgang Srb and Peter Hansen, who sadly passed away in the last months. The Magazine continues with a review of the current sporting activities as all Championships and Cups are at the height of the season. Some Champions have already been crowned, such as in the Team Speedway European Championship, the Under19 Pairs Speedway Championship, the Snowcross European Championship, the EMX Women’ European Championship, the Hard Enduro Cup and the S4 Championship. The Special Supplement celebrates the 28th edition of the FIM Europe Congress. The FIM Europe family met from Thursday 04th to Saturday 7th July in Fiumicino for three days of fruitful meetings. Click here to read the brand-new #02
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Road Racing

Northern Talent Cup: Kitzbichler and Van Crugten take a win each at the Sachsenring

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Northern Talent Cup: Kitzbichler and Van Crugten take a win each at the Sachsenring The Northern Talent Cup headed to the Sachsenring for the fifth round of the season. Another exhilarating weekend of racing action from Northern Europe’s fastest young talents. Race 1 In a 15-lap race in wet conditions, Tobias Kitzbichler took his second victory of the season on Saturday in Race 1 at the Sachsenring as he comprehensively blitzed the competition, finishing more than seven seconds ahead of rivals Antione Nativi (Racing Nativi Team) and Tom Rolin (Junior Black Knights). 

Saturday's race 1 was delayed by more than an hour due to severe rain, but when the lights went out the sky was clear. Into the first corner, it was Belgian Rolin who took the holeshot ahead of his rivals. But, it wasn't long before Kitzbichler overtook the leader and began building a gap at the front in a performance reminiscent of Round 1 at Assen where
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Speedway

European 250cc Youth Speedway Championship: Maksymillian Pawelczak claims 2024 title

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European 250cc Youth Speedway Championship: Maksymillian Pawelczak claims 2024 title It was a tense weekend of twists, turns and action as competitors in the 2024 European 250cc Youth Speedway Championship set the action for the SemiFinal1, SemiFinal2 and the Final of the series at Perenyi Pal Salakmotor Stadion, Debrecen, in Hungary. SF1 The meeting was run on a well-prepared and nicely watered track during a very hot and sunny day thanks to the excellent work by the track staff. The regular heats were completed within two hours, with the track holding up well. British rider William Cairns claimed victory and qualified for the Finals with a flawless performance collecting 15 points. P2 for Villads Pedersen from Denmark, while third on the podium was local hero Zoltan Lovas. The show saw an extra heat between Filip Beczkowski and Carlos Gennerich for the last place to enter the Finals, with the Polish
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Grass Track

European Individual Grass Track Championship: British Chris Harris is the new 2024 champion!

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European Individual Grass Track Championship: British Chris Harris is the new 2024 champion! Pictures copyright: Jesper Veldhuizen The European Individual Grass Track Championship raced its 2024 Final in Tayac, France. A tough race with different heat winners in very close racing gave in the end a spectacular Final, which fired up the audience. Second at last year’s Final in Germany, this time Chris Harris made it! In the final the British rider went as sixth rider into the first corner and came out as first, winning the event and claiming the 2024 title. Second step of the podium for the Dutch Dave Meijerink and third for the German rider Lukas Fienhage. Final classification - Top three Chris Harris, GBR Dave Meijerink, NED Lukas Fienhage, GER Links Visit the Track Racing page Visit SEC official web site
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Road Racing

SSP 300 Women’s European Championship: Rivera and Sowa victorious at Brno

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SSP 300 Women's European Championship: Rivera and Sowa victorious at Brno The third round of the SSP 300 Women's European Championship concluded at the Brno Circuit after a weekend of high-octane action. The race weekend got underway with two free practice sessions on Friday, in which Natalia Resel Rivera set the fastest time (2’21”245). She was followed by Polish rider Patrycja Sowa and Italian Josephine Bruno. Rounding out the top five but almost a second behind were Denise Dal Zotto and Silvia Comincioli. Saturday morning brought the two qualifying sessions and Race 1. During the morning’s first session, Rivera proved to be the fastest on track (2’21”471) and in qualifying 2 none of the front group was able to improve further, with the starting positions confirmed and Rivera therefore in pole position. After a scorching few minutes on the grid in very high temperatures, at the start was Sowa who
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FIM Europe News

FIM Europe Congress 2024 – Day 3

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FIM Europe Congress 2024 Day 3 From left: Laurent Delbroek (Chairman of Auditors), Nicoleta Melania Olariu, Stijn Rentmeesters, Roy N. Wetterstadt (2nd Deputy President), Michal Sikora (FIM Europe President), Alessandro Sambuco (General Secretary), Manuel Marinheiro (1st Deputy President), Juhani Halme, Jean Marc Desnues, Francesco Carmelo Mezzasalma. The 28th edition of the FIM Europe Congress has officially ended with the third and last day of meetings at the Hilton Rome Airport in Fiumicino. In the morning, the FIM Europe Management Council met for the second time in view of the General Assembly, which took place in the afternoon in the presence of the representatives of 37 National Federations. The Ordinary Assembly started at 2 pm with the official opening by FIM Europe President Mr Michal Sikora and the welcome of FMI President Mr Giovanni Copioli. The 2024 Congress began with the approval of the minutes of the 2023 General Assembly in
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FIM Europe News

FIM Europe Congress 2024 – Day 2

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FIM Europe Congress 2024 Day 2 A full day of work in Fiumicino. The FIM Europe Management Council met for the first time in the morning, the Sporting and Beyond Sporting Commissions held the mid-season summit, while in the afternoon took place the FIM Europe Policy Conference on motorcycle activities. The FIM Europe Congress keeps on with the second day of meetings. After yesterday’s Sporting and Beyond Sporting Councils’ meetings, this morning the Management Council met in the presence of FIM President Mr Jorge Viegas. Michal Sikora, FIM Europe President “The second day of the FIM Europe congress has just finished. Today we conducted a very interesting Policy Conference with examples from FMI, FFM and KNMV accompanied by honorable guests. In addition, all our Sport and Beyond Sporting Commissions met and summed up the actual season and talked about the future. Also, Management Council members met and approved all the
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FIM Europe News

FIM Europe Congress 2024 – Day 1

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FIM Europe Congress 2024 Day 1 First day of activities in Fiumicino for the FIM Europe family with the Sporting and Beyond Sporting Councils. The 28th edition of the FIM Europe Congress officially kicked off today in Fiumicino, Italy, with the first meetings of a weekend full of activities. For the third time, Italy is hosting this esteemed gathering with the precious support of the FMI, the Italian Federation, that today welcomed representatives and members of the National Federations part of the FIM Europe. As scheduled, the Sporting and Beyond Sporting Councils met to take stock of the current season and the upcoming events. Mr Manuel Marinheiro, Chairman of the Sporting Council, had the occasion to discuss with his Chairmen, that tomorrow will reunite their commissions for the usual mid-season meetings. The reports of the activities of all disciplines were analysed in the presence of the FIM Europe President, Mr
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