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EMX Women’s European Championship: Lynn Valk wins in Sweden

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EMX Women's European Championship: Lynn Valk wins in Sweden Despite the good weather of the practices, race1 and race2 of the EMX Women's European Championship has been characterized by heavy rain. In the first heat overtaking were very rare: after a good start Lynn Valk won with her Husquarna. Unfortunately, the second heat was cancelled due to the a very severe thunderstorm. Final classification 1. Lynn Valk, NED 2. Sara Andersen, DEN 3. Malou Jakobsen, DEN Visit our Motocross page
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EMX 250 European Championship and EMX 2T European Championship

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EMX 250 European Championship and EMX 2T European Championship: Fantic Factory Team Maddii riders Lapucci and Spies win in Lommel European races in Lommel saw another successful day for Fantic Factory Team Maddii riders Nicholas Lapucci and Maximilian Spies as the pair were victorious in the EMX250 and EMX2t Presented by FMF Racing categories and went on to extend their championship leads. EMX250 In the first EMX250 race of the day, it was Lapucci who took the holeshot and was closely followed by SM Action YUASA Battery Racing Team’s Kevin Horgmo as a few riders got caught out after the first corner. Lapucci then led Horgmo, Cornelius Toendel of Riley Racing as well as Jorgen-Matthias Talviku of No Fear/Jumbo BT Racing and Dave Kooiker of Hutten Metaal Yamaha Racing. Meanwhile Horgmo was not letting Lapucci run away with it as he set the fastest lap time of the race and was keeping close with the Fantic rider. As the race progressed, the Norwegian made several attempts to take the lead and eventually by
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Motocross Calendar Update: Finland postponed to 2022

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Motocross European Championships Calendar Update: Finland postponed to 2022 The FIM Europe and Infront Moto Racing regrets to inform that the GP of Finland originally scheduled to take place on the 21st and 22nd of August in Iitti-KymiRing with EMX250 and EMX125 will no longer go ahead for the 2021 season with the event postponed to 2022. Due to the sudden increase of COVID-19 restrictions enforced by the Finnish government on the events industry, this year’s Finnish Grand Prix cannot be run and therefore is forced to be cancelled. The event will be replaced, on a future date to be announced soon. An updated calendar will follow in the upcoming weeks to continue this exciting season. FIM Europe along with Infront Moto Racing and the FIM would like to thank you all for your understanding as we continue to work closely with the organisers and governments to present a complete
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Motocross European Championships: calendars updates

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Motocross European Championships: calendars updates FIM Europe and Infront Moto Racing are excited to reveal that this season, the European calendars will see two Grand Prix’s taking place in Turkey, with the MXGP of Turkey and MXGP of Afyon. The Turkish double-header will see rounds of the EMXOpen and EMX2t Presented by FMF Racing. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Turkey has successfully managed and kept the virus under control with its strong health system and therefore it has been decided to hold one more round of MXGP in Afyonkarahisar, the City of Sports. This year’s Turkish Grand Prix will host the first double-header of 2021 under the auspices of the Presidency of the Republic of Turkey. The MXGP of Turkey will go ahead as originally planned on the 4th and 5th of September, while the second event, the MXGP of Afyon will take place mid-week on the following Tuesday and Wednesday,
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EMX 2T European Championship and EMX Open European Championship: Jost and Spies take victories in Czech Republic

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EMX 2T European Championship and EMX Open European Championship: Jost and Spies take victories in Czech Republic Races in Loket, Czech Republic, have concluded with victories by Simon Jost in the EMX Open category and Maximilian Spies of Fantic Factory Team Maddii in EMX2t Presented by FMF Racing. OPEN In EMX Open race one, it was Joel Van Mechelen who got a good start, with Filippo Zonta and Simone Croci right there as well. The championship leader (at the time) Nicolas Dercourt of Honda SR Motoblouzmeanwhile was down in around tenth. Zonta then took the lead, with Croci following as well, as Dercourt dropped to 14th. Croci then closed in on the race leader, as Davide De Bortoli and Simon Jost battled for third, with the pair exchanging positions several times over the course of the lap. Jost then dropped to fifth as De Bortoli and Micha-Boy De Waal of No Fear/Jumbo BT Racing Team both went through on the Slovakian rider. Croci then briefly took the lead from Zonta, as De Bortoli and De Waal
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EMX 250 European Championship and EMX Open European Championship: the Dutch rule in Oss as Elzinga and De Waal win in EMX

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EMX 250 European Championship and EMX Open European Championship: the Dutch rule in Oss as Elzinga and De Waal win in EMX Saturday’s race action in Oss is done and dusted with Dutch riders Rick Elzinga from TBS Conversions KTM Racing Team and Micha-Boy De Waal of No Fear/Jumbo BT Racing Team victorious in the EMX250 and EMX Open categories. Both riders were met by an eager Dutch crowd who urged them on from start to finish as they craved their way through the sand on their way to victory. EMX 250 European Championship In the opening EMX250 race it was SM Action Racing Team YUASA Battery’s Kevin Horgmo who was the early race leader before crashing, which allowed Fantic Factory Team Maddii's Nicholas Lapucci, Jorgen-Mathias Talviku of No Fear/Jumbo BT Racing Team, Yago Martinez from Team VRT Nordpesca Holland, Elzinga and Dave Kooiker of Hutten Metaal Yamaha Racing through, among others, as the Norwegian dropped to 8th. Talviku and
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EMX 65 / EMX 85 European Championship North East zone and EMX Women’ European Championship

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EMX 65 / EMX 85 European Championship North East zone and EMX Women' European Championship: race time in Estonia This weekend Pärnu Airport Motopark hosted the rounds of EMX Women and EMX 85 / EMX 65 North East zone. German Anne Borchers won her first EMX Women overall this season, while Latvian Janis Martins Reisulis dominated EMX 85 and Estonian Lucas Leok EMX 65 races.
Anne Borchers (Suzuki) grabbed the EMX Women race1 took the lead when Dutch Shana van der Vlist (KTM) attacked and started to pull away from the rest of the pack. With a good pace and speed, he won with 10 seconds on Borchers. Third position for was Mathea Selebu (Yamaha), who didn't have the enough speed to get the second place.
Borchers was the best in the start of race2 followed by Selebu. Van der Vlist reached the second position and tried to take the lead, but
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EMX 125 and EMX Open European Championship: Osterhagen and Zonta dominate in Maggiora

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EMX 125 and EMX Open European Championship: Osterhagen and Zonta dominate in Maggiora Opening round of the EMX Open and round two of the EMX125 Presented by FMF Racing championship. Haakon Osterhagen of Fantic Factory Racing Team Maddii continued his winning streak to secure his first 1-1 in the EMX championship, meanwhile Filippo Zonta celebrated a victory on home soil in the same fashion, winning both races. In the EMX125 Presented by FMF Racing category it was Fantic Factory Racing Team Maddii’s Haakon Osterhagen who continued his winning streak, adding two more race wins to his scorecard as he dominated the class once again. Joining him on the podium was Italian Valerio Lata of MRT Racing Team KTM and Kay Karssemakers of Husqvarna SKS Racing. In the opening race it was ASA United GasGas rider Bobby Bruce who jumped into an early, though his time in first place was cut short as he made a mistake and fell down to last. Scott Smulders of No Fear/Jumbo BT Racing was the race leader for a lap, though by
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EMX 125 European Championship and EMX 250 European Championship:
the European season started in Great Britain

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EMX 125 European Championship and EMX 250 European Championship:
 the European season started in Great Britain The EMX250 and EMX125 Presented by FMF Racing opening rounds have concluded in Matterley Basin, with Fantic Factory Team Maddii riders Nicholas Lapucci and Haakon Osterhagen dominating the field with overall victories. It has been the perfect day for racing with great weather and awesome British crowds who turned out to support the EMX riders as they kicked off round 1 of 2021. EMX250  In the EMX250 class it was Nicholas Lapucci of Fantic Factory Team Maddii who conquered the rest of the field, taking two race wins to secure the top spot on the podium as well as the championship lead. Joining him on the podium was the Norwegian, Kevin Horgmo of SM Action Racing Team YUASA Battery who finished second overall thanks to two solid heats going 3-2. Occupying the third spot was Cornelius Toendel from Riley Racing who celebrated a first podium finish in EMX. In the opening EMX250 race, Lapucci wasted no time
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EMX 65 / EMX 85 European Championships and EMX Women’ European Championship

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EMX 65 / EMX 85 European Championships and EMX Women' European Championship South East zone: third round in Serbia
 Third round of the EMX 65 / EMX 85 European Championship South East zone in Krusevac – Globare, Serbia. Riders from Turkey, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania and Serbia took part to the race for the Final. EMX85 Once again, the Bulgarian Ventislav Toshev (HUSQVARNA) won both EMX85 races. Race 1 ahead of Bulgarian Danail Stefanov (GAS GAS), while in race 2 ahead of Hungarian Ferenc Orlov (HUSQVARNA) and Stefanov. The Hungarian rider missed the podium after crashing out in the first race, therefore the second overall position went to Stefanov. Mihnea Banu (YAHAMA) from Romania got the third step of the podium after finishing third in the first race and fourth in the second. Serbian Aleksa Milosavljevic (KTM) had to settle for fourth at his home race. EMX65 The EMX65 was won
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