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Supermoto S4 and SM Junior European Championship

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Supermoto S4 and SM Junior European Championship: Alex Ruiz is the new S4 European Champion The track of Castelletto di Branduzzo hosted an intense racing day which was full of emotions. Alex Ruiz Jemenez (L30 Racing TM Factory) was crowned Supermoto S4 European Champion, while in SM Junior Mathias Vetkin won the next to last event. S4 Race 1 Alessandro Morosi (Gazza Racing Honda) stretched away at the front as the red lights blinked off and was followed by Kevin Vandi (L30 Racing TM Factory), who was not able to get the best out of his third position. Tough start also for Alex Ruiz Jemenez (L30 Racing TM Factory), who lost several positions after the start. There was a coup de théâtre after the second lap when the race directors awarded a 20-second time penalty to Morosi because of his disallowed start. Vandi and Morosi were the protagonists of a breathtaking
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Sidecarcross & Quadcross of European Nation: USA take Quad honours and Netherlands retain Sidecar title

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Sidecarcross & Quadcross of European Nation: USA take Quad honours and Netherlands retain Sidecar title Sensational USA and Netherlands at doubled up at Sidecarcross & Quadcross of European Nation in Kramolin, in the Czech Republic. Quad Race One (Groups A/B) Precisely on time the gate dropped for the opening quad race. Joe Maessen from team Netherlands grabbed the holeshot from Kevin Saar and Chad Wienen third at the end of lap one. The grid was huge and the pace fierce as team USA’s Wienen went ahead on the second lap. It was another surprise ride by the Belgian Randy Naveaux. He was flying ahead of Saar, with Bryce Ford scrapping with Harry Walker for fourth place. Five laps in and Bryce Ford muscled ahead of his young British rival into fourth, but the trio in front were covered by just ten seconds. In sixth was Petit for France ahead of
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Speedway

SEC – Final 4: Leon Madsen is the new champion!

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SEC - Final 4: Leon Madsen is the new champion! In the Final 4 of the SEC – the Speedway European Championship, held in Pardubice, Czech Republic, the Dane Leon Madsen made up the loss to Janusz Kołodziej and grabbed the gold medal of the Individual European Championship. Silver went to Kołodziej, while bronze to Mikkel Michelsen. Before the start of the meeting, Kołodziej was on the lead of the interim classification, and already in the first series he increased the advantage over Madsen. Both were scoring well, and ended the regular phase with 11 points each. That result meant, they compete in the 'last chance' heat, in which Madsen crossed the finish line as first, while Kołodziej was fourth. In the final, Madsen needed to win or to be second to win the title. And it happened. In the last heat of the whole series, Madsen took the first
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Road Racing

Yamaha R7 Super Final: Michael Girotti Crowned 2022 Winner at Montmeló

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Yamaha R7 Super Final: Michael Girotti Crowned 2022 Winner at Montmeló After taking victory in the second of two thrilling races at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Italy’s Michael Girotti was crowned the 2022 Yamaha R7 Super Final winner, earning him a brand-new Yamaha R7 bike. Girotti’s 34 points across the two races was enough to see him win the FIM Superbike World Championship supporting event by four points from Spain’s Eric Molina, while Argentina’s Matias Perez completed the first overall R7 SuperFinale podium. Following earlier showers, the track dried out in Barcelona for the first race of the weekend, and pole-sitter Fabio Starnone led the field away. Several riders battled out front in the early stages, but Starnone dropped out of contention after completing a double long lap penalty imposed during Superpole. Meanwhile, Filippo Rovelli had made an incredible start from 27th on the grid to run inside the top six
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Kramolin prepares for the Sidecar and Quadcross of Nations

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Kramolin prepares for end of season team event! It’s back to Kramolin in the Czech Republic this coming weekend for the annual Sidecar and Quadcross of Nations tournament, and there is a real sense of excitement ahead of the event. The EMX Quad regulars are welcoming the all-conquering USA team back to do battle, whilst the FIM Sidecar Cross field includes the newly crowned 2022 Champions Etienne Bax and Ondrej Cermak. There will be a warm homecoming for the Czech passenger, celebrating his first world title. No fewer than fifteen National sidecar teams are making the journey from the four corners of Europe stretching all the way from Estonia to France and all countries in between.   2022 champions Etienne Bax and Ondrej Cermak arrive flushed with success from last weekend in Germany, whilst runners-up Kert Varik and Lari Kunnas will be keen to set the record straight. Last year’s
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Road Racing

Women’s European SS 300 Cup: sweet 3 for Neila Santos Beatriz

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Women's European SS 300 Cup: sweet 3 for Neila Santos Beatriz Double round for the Women's European SS 300 Cup, hosted in Italy at Mugello Circuit, for the grand finale of this 2022 season. A great show with the presence of 9 Nations and 4 CONUs for a series that next year will officially become a Championship. Race 1 Fast start for Spanish Neila Santos Beatriz and Sara Sanchez, followed by home-rider Roberta Ponziani. At the end of an amazing trio challenge, Sanchez won race 1 and thanks to the best lap grab the leadership of the standing, leaving everybody breathless for Sunday’s final race. Race 2 Once more the challenge was a fight between Neila Santos Beatriz, Sara Sanchez and Roberta Ponziani. In the final lap, at the exit of Bucine, Sanchez lead the group, but under the chequered flag Santos grab a flying win ahead of Ponziani (0,029)
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European U19 Individual Speedway Championship: Jesper Knudsen crowned Champion!

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European U19 Individual Speedway Championship: Jesper Knudsen crowned Champion! Final round for the European Under 19 Individual Speedway Championship in Nagyhalász, Hungary. A thrilling open-doors event, even more challenging due to the weather conditions, with a huge audience of over 2.000 spectators. After Heat 12 two riders could be the new Champion: Jesper Knudsen from Denmark and Mathias Pollestad from Norway. In Heat 15 the two riders met face to face: after the second lap the Danish could get a bit of gap on the Norwegian, winning the heat. In Heat 14 Casper Henriksson from Sweden secured with a race win the third overall position. Due to the bad weather conditions, the Jury decided to stop the meeting after Heat 16. Final results of the European U19 Individual Speedway Championship 1. Jesper Knudsen, DEN 2. Mathias Pollestad, NOR 3. Casper Henriksson, SWE Visit the Track Racing page Visit the SEC
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Road Racing

Safety decision about airbag in Moto2 ECh and HETC from 2023

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Safety decision about airbag in Moto2 ECh and HETC from 2023 Following the implementation of the enforceability of use of airbag in the Finetwork FIM JuniorGP™ World Championship class in the 2022 season, according to the Permanent Bureau decision: the Finetwork FIM JuniorGP™ World Championship would like to inform that the use of airbag will be also mandatory for Moto2™ European Championship and for the Hawkers European Talent Cup from the 2023 season. Click here to check if the combination of your leather suit and airbag system is authorized by FIM Europe and FIM. Visit our Road Racing page Please visit the FIM JuniorGP website for further information and updates. Moto2 ECh and HETC
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