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SEC: Lebedevs wins Final 1

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SEC: Lebedevs wins Final 1 Final 1 of the Speedway Euro Championship 2024 series took place in Debrecen, Hungary, and saw Andzejs Lebedevs claim the victory in a single round for the first time in his career. But it was Jacob Thorssell to have a phenomenal start: the Swede, substituting the injured Dimitri Berge, unexpectedly won the inaugural heat. Andzejs Lebedevs finished second, overtaking Mikkel Michelsen on the first lap. Kacper Woryna confidently won the second heat, thanks to a great start from the fourth gate. Timo Lahti began the second series with a victory. Thorssell was second, increasing his tally to five points. Surprisingly, Leon Madsen finished fourth for the second consecutive time. Mikkel Michelsen also struggled, the three-time Individual European Champion had only two points after two series. Maciej Janowski had to wait until his third race to secure his first victory in this year's cycle. The winner
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Motocross

EMX125 and EMX250 European Championship: Valk and Zanocz come out victorious at Kegums

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EMX125 and EMX250 European Championship: Valk and Zanocz come out victorious at Kegums The sand track of Kegums, Latvia, hosted the sixth round of the EMX125 and EMX250 European Championship. The challenging Latvian track that has been modified for the occasion and surrounded by forests, made it for a thrilling show for both classes with some exciting and challenging racing across the board. The EMX250 sees Gabriel SS24 KTM'S Cas Valk getting on the top step of the podium at Kegums with a 1-3 while it was the red plate Fantic Factory Racing EMX125’s Noel Zanocz who climbed back up on the top step of the box.   EMX250 The start of Race 1 was dominated by VRT Yamaha Racing’s Ivano Van Erp who burst off the starting line to take the lead, closely followed by his teammate and local star, Karlis Reisulis. Behind them, Cas Valk from Gabriel SS24 KTM and RFME GASGAS MXJunior
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Road Racing

SSP 300 Women’s European Championship: Natalia Rivera wins round 2 in Italy

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SSP 300 Women's European Championship: Natalia Rivera wins round 2 in Italy The second round of the SSP 300 Women's European Championship took place at the newly renovated Cremona Circuit in Italy. Facilities at the venue are still under construction with new podiums being build preparing for the WSBK event in September. The event covered both the Italian Championship for this class and the European. Riders from five different nations and two continental unions participate on Yamaha and Kawasaki bikes. Tough conditions on Saturday for the free practice, Q1 and Q2, with the Spanish Natalia Rivera the fastest. The combined qualification established Riviera in pole position ahead of Italian riders Josephine Bruno and Nicole Cicillini. When the lights went out, Patrycja Sowa made a lightning start from P4, moving straight into the lead and defending the position for almost three laps, with a persistent Bruno hot on her heels in
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Road Racing

Northern Talent Cup: Frellsen and Irmscher victorious in Oschersleben

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Northern Talent Cup: Frellsen and Irmscher victorious in Oschersleben Following a memorable Round 2 in Sachsenring with races in mixed conditions, the Northern Talent Cup headed to the familiar Oschersleben circuit in Germany for Round 3 of the 2024 season, promising another exciting weekend of wheel-to-wheel racing action from Northern Europe’s fastest young riders. Race 1 Race 1 in Oschersleben was another memorable Northern Talent Cup showdown, this time won by Julius Frellsen ahead of Richard Irmscher (Racingteam Irmscher) and Ferre Fleerackers (Junior Black Knights), with Jurrien Van Crugten (BB64 Academy) crashing out with a high side on lap 14. Rider OK.

Irmscher took the holeshot from second on the grid ahead of polesitter Matteo Masili (SaMarigosa MM Racing Team), with title contender and Dutchman Van Crugten getting a poor start off the line and dropping to sixth.

In the early stages of the race it was between Irmscher, Masili and Dustin Schneider (Mass Sports Racing by JRP Academy),
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Quadcross

EMX Quad European Championship: Turrini turns fortunes around in condensed Sunday schedule

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EMX Quad European Championship: Turrini turns fortunes around in condensed Sunday schedule Full Sunday schedule for the EMX Quad European Championship for its third round of the season, raced in Kramolin, in the Czech Republic. Following a night of heavy rain off the back of previous wet weather during the week, the decision was made to abort all track activity for Saturday and run all the sessions on Sunday with a short qualifying and the championship races. Race 1 The threat of poor weather still loomed overhead, however, it held out for the first race of the weekend as 23 quadcross competitors took to the gate, with Turrini leading the charge from the front which would be a lead which he would not relinquish throughout the 25 minutes + 2 laps opening race. It was great to see Turrini turn his fortunes around after a dismal Heerde, and would put
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Motocross

EMX250 European Championship: Valin wins the German round

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EMX250 European Championship: Valin wins the German round The fifth round of the EMX250 European Championship in Teutschenthal was an eventful one in the deep ruts of the German track that challenged every rider to pull off incredible skills to come out on top. It was the EMX250 red plate, Bud Racing Kawasaki’s Mathis Valin who was the winner of the day after showing a lot of composure with solid racing throughout the weekend and good determination. Race 1 In Race 1, it was VRT Yamaha Racing’s Karlis Reisulis who managed the Holeshot just in front of Beddini GASGAS Factory Juniors’s Valerio Lata. The Italian then managed to get in front after a couple of corners. The new red plate Mathis Valin could have made a better start as he found himself 6th but charged quickly to get behind Valk in 4th at the end of the opening lap. The new addition to the Championship, American Gavin Towers from VRT Yamaha
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Tout Terrain

TT Rally Cup: Hellas Rally

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TT Rally Cup: Hellas Rally Seven days of riding in central Greece from 25 May to 2 June. That was the Hellas Rally Raid 2024, valid as first round of the TT Rally Cup. A unique experience in the remote Greek territory, with mountains, forests, valleys and more, with everyday route between 100-300 kilometres. In the single bivouac in Itea Fokida the organizers provided tires, rider clothing and protections, medical first aid kit, mobile and GPS service and even more. After 7 days of racing Finnish rider Toni Mulec won the Overall classification ahead of the French rider Loic Minaudier and Italian Jacopo Cerutti. Final winners: M1 – Ejder Eristi (TUR) M2 – Mattia Riva (ITA) M3 – Toni Mulec (SLO) M4 – Andrea Rocchi (ITA) M5 – Francesco Puocci (ITA M6 – Jacopo Cerutti (ITA) Links FIM Europe TT Rally Cup Hellas Rally
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Speedway

European Individual Grass Track Championship: Semi Final 1

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European Individual Grass Track Championship: Semi Final 1 The Semi Final 1 of the European Individual Grass Track Championship was held under challenging conditions in Bielefeld, Germany. Despite the track being rough due to heavy rains in the weeks leading up to the event, the dedicated efforts of the track staff and club ensured the successful completion of all heats. Multiple track gradings throughout the meeting significantly improved the track, resulting in fast and exciting racing conditions. German rider Lukas Fienhage set an outstanding performance, claiming his first victory on the Bielefeld grass track. With maximum points and incredible speed, Fienhage showcased his talent in a thrilling final battle against last year’s winner, Chris Harris. Fienhage clinched the win with an impressive speed of 111 km/h, marking an exciting end to the day. Third position for Danish rider Jakub Bukhave. Now eyes on the Semi Final 2 next weekend in
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FIM Europe News

World Environment Day 2024

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World Environment Day 2024 World Environment Day 2024 is the biggest international day for the environment. Led by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), and held annually since 1973, it has grown to be the largest global platform for environmental outreach. It is celebrated by millions of people across the world. This year’s World Environment Day campaign focuses on land restoration, desertification and drought resilience under the slogan “Our land. Our future. We are #GenerationRestoration”. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will host the 2024 World Environment Day global celebrations. Join us for the 2024 #WorldEnvironmentDay celebrations because we are #GenerationRestoration. We cannot turn back time, but we can grow forests, revive water sources, and bring back soils. We are the generation that can make peace with land. The FIM Europe Environment Commission encourages celebration of the 2024 FIM's Sustainability Week which will take place from 1-9 June 2024. Join the
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