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FIM Europe will join the 2022 Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations!

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FIM Europe will join the 2022 Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations! All is set! The 2022 Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations will soon take place on September 24th and 25th in the United States. This year the iconic event will return to America’s legendary track of RedBud in Michigan, the host of the 2018 edition of the Monster Energy FIM MXoN that saw Team France win their fifth title on the bounce. Among the 34 different teams, this year there will also be a new team entering representing the FIM Europe with Bence Pergel, Julius Mikula and Pavlo Kizlyak. Pergel and Kizlyak will race in the MXGP category, while Mikula will run in the MX2, all riders with KTM. Don’t miss the event! Stay tuned! Click here to download the entry list Visit our Motocross page  Visit www.mxgp.com EMX in Finland
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EMX250 European Championship: Rule Change

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EMX250 European Championship: Rule Change The FIM-Europe and Infront Moto Racing wish to announce a rule change that will become effective in the EMX250 Championship from the 2023 season and onwards. Over the last several years, the pyramid scheme has seen great success with increasing number of entries in the European classes. Many of the current top stars in MXGP and MX2 have gone through the EMX ranks to become the front runners in the FIM Motocross World Championship which is exactly what the pyramid scheme aims to achieve, in order to have the best riders in the world competing on the biggest stage of motocross racing. The change in the EMX250 will be the age rule which looks to follow the natural evolution of the riding experience in the European Championship. Going forward, the maximum age for riders contesting in the EMX250 European Championship will be 21. Additionally, the
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EMX Open European Championship: Butron celebrates the title with overall win in Turkiye

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EMX Open European Championship: Butron celebrates the title with overall win in Turkiye The final round of the EMX Open European Championship in Afyonkarahisar, Turkey, saw JD Gunnex KTM Racing’s Jose Butron celebrating the title from the top step of the podium as the Spaniard secured his second overall victory of the season! The Turkiye podium was the same as the championship top three, with Tomas Kohut of Osicka MX Team and Michael Sandner of Raths Motorsports joining the winner on the podium as they collected their second and third place trophies and silver and bronze FIM-Europe medals. In the first EMX Open race, it was Butron who led the way ahead of Sandner and Michael Ivanov. Though Sandner took away the lead from Butron on the opening lap. Kohut made his way up to third with Butron in his sights. By the end of the first lap, Butron was back in the driving seat as he took back first place from
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EMX 250 European Championship: Elzinga crowned champion!

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EMX 250 European Championship: Elzinga crowned champion! The round of Charente Maritime concluded the 2022 campaign of the EMX 250 European Championship that saw Hutten Metaal Yamaha Racing’s Rick Elzinga wrap up the title in the opening heat, while Jumbo BT Husqvarna Racing Team’s Lucas Coenen ended his season in the best way possible with a 1-1 scorecard and claimed his third overall win of the year as well as the silver medal in the standings! A strong result for L. Coenen also meant that he secured the silver medal in the championship standings while Fantic Factory Team Maddii’s Cornelius Toendel dropped to third after an unlucky first race, in which he scored 0 points. In the opening race of the weekend, the holeshot went to Fantic Factory Team Maddii’s Hakon Osterhagen who led his teammate, Cornelius Toendel. Toendel was in a crucial position and needed every point possible to try to keep his championship hope alive, though that
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Yamaha YZ bLU cRU 85cc-125cc Cup: Salvini and Tsankov victorious in France

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Yamaha YZ bLU cRU 85cc-125cc Cup: Salvini and Tsankov victorious in France The French crowd was treated to two more superb YZ bLU cRU FIM Europe Cup SuperFinale races on Sunday at Saint Jean D'Angély, which saw Italy’s Nicola Salvini and Bulgarian youngster Dani Tsankov storm to victory in the YZ125 and YZ85 races. Sunday marked the end of the hugely successful 2022 YZ bLU cRU FIM Europe Cup SuperFinale, which saw more than 100 riders battle it out for a spot at the unique bLU cRU Masterclass event at the end of this year. Salvini was given first gate pick after qualifying just 0.055s ahead of fellow Italian Maurizio Scollo, who showed promise in last year’s YZ125 SuperFinale at Mantova, where he finished fifth. The Italian duo proved to be the class of the field at the MXGP Charente Maritime event, with Salvini just edging ahead in the early
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EMX 125 – EMX 250 – EMX Open European Championship

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EMX 125 - EMX 250 – EMX Open European Championship: Valk secures EMX 125 title as Van Erp, L. Coenen and Krestinov take overall victories Iitti-KimiRing, Finland, made a memorable comeback to the European Championship racing calendar this weekend, with title celebrations from Fantic Factory Team Maddii’s Cas Valk who after the first race was crowned the EMX125 Presented by FMF Racing Champion. Yamaha Europe EMX125 MJC’s Ivano Van Erp was the overall winner of the class, after a perfect 1-1 scorecard, which was also repeated by Lucas Coenen of Jumbo Husqvarna BT Racing in the EMX250class, while in EMX Open the overall winner was Estonian Gert Krestinov. EMX125 In the opening EMX125 Presented by FMF Racing class, it was Yamaha Europe EMX125 MJC’s Ivano Van Erp who got himself quickly into the lead ahead of Maximilian Werner of Diga Procross KTM Racing Team. While Fantic Factory Team Maddii’s Cas Valk started in seventh. Karlis Alberts Reisulis of Yamaha Europe EMX125 MJC started down in around eighth, while his brother Janis Martins Reisulis was
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EMX 125 and EMX 250 European Championship

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EMX 125 European Championship and EMX 250 European Championship: Osterhangen and Van Erp top the podium in Sweden Rounds eight of the EMX250 and EMX125 Presented by FMF Racing have concluded at the round of Sweden in Uddevalla, with Fantic Factory Team Maddii’s Haakon Osterhagen securing his first overall victory in the EMX250 class, while Yamaha Europe EMX125 MJC’s Ivano Van Erp celebrated his second visit to the top step of the podium. EMX250 In the first EMX250 race of the weekend, it was Fantic Factory Team Maddii’s Haakon Osterhagen who took the holeshot while Hutten Metaal Yamaha Racing’s Andrea Bonacorsi got caught up in a big crash, and did not carry on with the race, as his teammate Rick Elzinga also had a tough start to his race. Osterhagen was the leading rider ahead of Lucas Coenen of Jumbo Husqvarna BT Racing Team, David Braceras of Team VRT KTM Veritise, Sacha Coenen of Jumbo Husqvarna BT Racing Team and Fantic Factory Team Maddii’s Cornelius Toendel. Elzinga began his charge towards the front pretty urgently as he entered
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EMX 125 and EMX 250 European Championship

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EMX 125 and EMX 250 European Championship: Coenen and Reisulis master the sand at the round of Flanders Round seven of the EMX250 and EMX125 Presented by FMF Racing Championships have concluded at the round of Flanders that saw Jumbo Husqvarna BT Racing Team’s Luca Coenen and Janis Martins Reisulis victorious in the deep and sandy conditions of Lommel. EMX250 In the first EMX250 race, it was Sacha Coenen of Jumbo Husqvarna BT Racing who took the holeshot from Hutten Metaal Yamaha Racing’s Rick Elzinga and Andrea Bonacorsi. Elzinga made a quick move into the lead, as Bonacorsi followed through and moved into second as S. Coenen got pushed down to third. Guillem Farres of Raths Motorsports fought his way up the order as he eventually passed Dave Kooiker of Hutten Metaal Yamaha Racing for third. By the fourth lap, Farres also managed to get ahead of Bonacorsi, though the Italian fought back immediately to take back his position. Farres then crashed and did not carry on with the race. Meanwhile Lucas Coenen of Jumbo
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EMX 2T European Championship
 EMX 65 / EMX 85 European Championship Finals

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EMX 2T European Championship EMX 65 / EMX 85 European Championship Finals: Marek, Bauer and Macuks secure EMX gold medals in Loket The future stars of motocross battled at the old-school track of Loket as the MXGP of Czech Republic hosted the finals of the EMX65, EMX85 and the one-round EMX2T series that saw the fastest riders in Europe go head-to-head for gold, silver and bronze medals! EMX65 In EMX65 race one, it was Harry Dale who led Francesco Assini, Louis Morette, Jekabs Hudolejs and Jorge Salvador out of the gate. Meanwhile last year’s champion Lucas Leok started down on 17th. There was a change in the lead quite quickly, as Alex Novak moved into first ahead of Assini who remained second with Hudolejs also moving up to third. Leok was making good progress in the first few laps, as he managed to get himself up to 11th, then eighth and sixth, before dropping back down to 10th by the end of the race. Assini then dropped out of second to sixth,
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EMX in Finland: new venue announced

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EMX in Finland: new venue announced The FIM Europe together with FIM, Infront Moto Racing and Lahti Events Ltd., the organizer of the upcoming MXGP of Finland, announce that an alternative venue has been selected to host the EMX in Finland on the 13th & 14th of August. The event, that was originally set to take place in Iitti-KymiRing, will instead head back to an old favourite venue, Vauhtipuisto in Hyvinkää, hosting the EMX125, EMX250 and EMX Open. Hyvinkää is a city located around 50 kilometres from the capital Helsinki and has been part of the FIM Motocross World Championship since making its first appearance back in 1965. Some winners at the original venue include the likes of Sylvain Geboers, Harry Everts, Kees Van Der Ven, Dave Strijbos, Antonio Cairoli and Jeffrey Herlings, just to name a few. The venue itself features the main track, a track for 85cc bikes
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