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Hill Climb European Championship: Franch round crowns the European Champions

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Hill Climb European Championship: Franch round crowns the European Champions The last round the Hill Climb European Championship took place in Frangy, France. A thrilling race with great contrasts in a rainy Saturday and a sunny Sunday. Riders from six different countries fought until the end for the European titles. Race results – Top three 250GP/Open Race 1 and Race 2 1. Franco Federigi, ITA 2. Guido Testoni, ITA 3. Bernard Deperrieux, BEL SUPERPSPORT Race 1 and Race 2 1. Tiziano Rosati, ITA 2. Maro Poncini, SWI 3. Uwe Rademacher, GER SUPERBIKE Race 1 1. Steven Bellavoine, FRA 2. Jean Luc David, FRA 3. Uwe Rademacher, GER Race 2 1. Jean Luc David, FRA 2. Steven Bellavoine, FRA 3. Uwe Rademacher, GER SUPERMOTO Race 1 and Race 2 1. Steven Bellavoine, FRA 2. Philippe Bongard, SWI 3. Alice Sabatini, ITA The European champions are: 250GP/Open: Guido Testoni, ITA SUPERSPORT: Maurizio
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Hill Climb European Championship

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Hill Climb European Championship: fourth round in Switzerland Fourth round of the Hill Climb European Championship in Boécourt, Switzerland. Two years after the last race, over 140 riders lined up to join the weekend of races. In a sunny day the French Jean-Luc David (Honda CBR 1000) set a new rack record of 1’18’’55. The winners: 250 GP: Bernard Depierreux Supersport: Maurizio Bottalico Superbike: Jean-Luc David Supermoto: Maurizio Bottalico Visit our Road Racing page Visit the FIM Europe website
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Hill Climb European Championship: third round

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Hill Climb European Championship: third round In perfect weather condition with summer temperatures, the city of Julbach, Austria, welcomed the Hill Climb European Championship. In the first heat, French rider Jean Luc David with his Honda CBR1000RR (Superbike class) was very close to a new track record (1:05.489) In the second run, the difference between the winner and the second (Andreas Gangl) was only 0.01 seconds, again in favor of the French. Among the men, Alice Sabatini was the only one woman in the SuperMoto class. She finished third in the first heat and fourth in the event Italian rider Giudo Testoni. In the SSP600 Mauro Poncini improved in the second heat, but that was not enough to catch up with the well-disposed Maurizio Bottalico.   Together with the Hill Climb European Championship races, also the Vintage Championship was in action with its riders. Here below the winners: Class 4
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Hill Climb European Championship: round 1 in Austria

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Hill Climb European Championship: round 1 in Austria After two years the Hill Climb European Championship was back to Landshaag, Austria, with 32 riders for an exciting weekend. The first round of the season took place in front of a huge audience of 10.000 spectators with good weather conditions. In both races of 250 GP class the winner was Italian rider Guido Testoni, in Supersport class double win of the Italian Maurizio Bottalico and in Superbike double victory too for Austrian rider Andreas Gangl. In Supermoto the Dutch Frauenschuh Josef won in race 1 and the French Bellavoine Raphael race2. Visit our Road Racing page Visit  Racing official website
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Hill Climb and Vintage Hill Climb European Championship: double round in Austria

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Hill Climb and Vintage Hill Climb European Championship: double round in Austria   Double event for the Hill Climb European Championship in Julbach, Austria. During both days there were no crashes, no penalizations, timetable was perfectly followed and everybody respected rules and Covid-19 situation. Overall results: 250 GP 1. Testoni Guido 2. Deplerreux Bernard 3. Haller Rolf Supersport 600 1. Bottalico Maurizio 2. Poncini Mauro 3. Tiziano Rosati Superbike 1. David Jean Luc 2. Gange Andreas 3. Sallustro Salvatore Supermoto Open 1. Bongard Philippe 2. Sozzo Cosimo 3. Leone Stefano Visit our Hill Climb Road Race page
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Hill Climb and Vintage Hill Climb European Championship: action in Italy

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Hill Climb and Vintage Hill Climb European Championship: action in Italy Second round of the Hill Climb and first one for the Vintage Hill Climb European Championship in Italy, in the mountains of Pogio-Vallefredda. A hot weekend welcomed over 200 riders who took part to the race scheduled with the Italian Championship. Hill Climb race 1 and race 2 results: 250 GP 1. Guido Testoni, ITA 2. Bernard Depierreux, BEL 3. Marco Vigilucci, ITA Supersport 600 1. Maurizio Bottalico, ITA 2. Tiziano Rosati 3. Mauro Poncini Superbike 1. Stefano Bonetti, ITA 2. Salvatore Sallustro, ITA 3. Reinhard Strack Supermono 1. Philippe Bongard 2. Cosimo Sozzo 3. Stafano Leone Vintage Hill Climb results: Class Open 1. Alpassi Carlo 2. Lombardi Giovanni Class 125 2T 1. Testoni Guido 2. Mutti Pierluigi 3. Laureti Lucio Class 250 2T 1. Avo Tommaso 2. Tedeschi Gino 3. Della Latta Roberto Class 250 2T GP 1.
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Road Race Hill Climb European Championship: Italy hosted the first round

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Road Race Hill Climb European Championship: Italy hosted the first round First seasonal round for the Road Race Hill Climb European Championship in Passo dello Spino, Italy. The event has been raced at closed doors due to the Covid-19 restrictions, following the regulations imposed by the Italian Government. Prospino Team and the new promotor Motoclub Spoleto did an excellent job together with the marshal despite the cold weather and heavy rain of Sunday. Final results Race1 Race 2 Class 250 GP 1.Guido Testoni 2.Bernard Depierreux 3.Marco Vigilucci 1.  Guido Testoni 2.  Bernard Depierreux 3.  Marco Vigilucci Class 600 SSP 1.Maurizio Bottalico 2.Tiziano Rosati 3.Mauro Poncini 1.  Maurizio Bottalico 2.  Tiziano Rosati 3.  Mauro Poncini Class SBK 1.Stefano Bonetti 2.Salvatore Sallustro 3.Jean Luc David 1.  Stefano Bonetti 2.  Salvatore Sallustro 3.  Jean Luc David Class SM 1.Stefano Leone 1.  Stefano Leone Visit our Hill Climb Road Race page
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Hill Climb European Championship: double round in Italy

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Hill Climb European Championship: double round in Italy Double round for the Hill Climb European Championship in Italy, with the races in Pieve S. Stefano-Passo allo Spino. Although the Covid-19 situation, a large number of participants took part to the events, with 21 riders participating at the series. The races were gratefully organised by Pro-Spino Team in a familiar mood: if on Saturday the weather was good, on Sunday the rain had a key role in the fights. Race 1 classification   250 Open/GP Guido Testoni Bernard De Pierreux Marco Vigilucci   600 SS Blanc Amalric Salvatore Sallustro Uwe Rademaker   Supermoto Alexander Ponzellini Steven Bellavoine Stefano Leone   SBK 1000 Stefano Bonetti Blanc Amalric Uwe Rademaker Race 2 classification   250 Open/GP Guido Testoni Bernard De Pierreux Rolf Haller   600 SS Daniele Stolli Uwe Rademaker Maurizio Bottalico   Supermoto Steven Bellavoine Alexander Ponzellini Stefano Leone   SBK 1000
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Hill Climb European Championship: the first round in Italy

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Hill Climb European Championship: the first round in Italy Spoleto-Forca di Cerro, Italy, was the first round of the 2020 Hill Climb European Championship, raced with high temperatures and strong heat. Day 1 In 250GP class Loris Guerrini won Race 1 ahead of actual Champion Guido Testoni for just 0,22 seconds, while in Race 2 Guido finished first and Loris second. At the end of the day overall victory for Testoni. In SSP600 class double win for Maurizio Bottalico ahead of Daniele Stolli. Great show in the SuperMoto Open class with the battle between the Italian Alexander Ponzellini and the French Steven Bellavoine, finally second. In Superbike class Stefano Bonetti won ahead of Amalric Blanc, second, and Salvatore Sallustro, third. Day 2 In 250GP class Testoni won again ahead of Guerrini, both faster than day 1. Third position for Rolf Haller. The SSP600 class saw a bad crash that caused
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