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Yamaha R3 bLU cRU European Cup: Enzo Valentim claims 2022 title

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Yamaha R3 bLU cRU European Cup: Enzo Valentim claims 2022 title In a dramatic final round of the 2022 Yamaha R3 bLU cRU European Cup, raced at Magny Cours Circuit, France, Enzo Valentim was crowned European Champion. Fellow Brazilian Kevin Fontainha edged out Devis Bergamini in the battle for second in the standings, while Gustavo Manso closed the season with a double victory. Valentim’s title win means he will contest the 2023 FIM Supersport 300 World Championship with full support from Yamaha, while Fontainha earns a wildcard ride and, alongside Bergamini, a 50 percent discount for the next Yamaha R3 bLU cRU European Cup campaign. Having qualified on pole position this weekend, Valentim led the 22 young riders away in Race 1, holding his advantage as they filed through the first corner. However, while the #39 rider battled with Manso and Eduardo Burr on the sixth lap, title rival Bergamini made contact with
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Motocross

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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Motocross

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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Hill Climb Road Racing

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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Quadcross

EMX Quad European Championship: the title stays with Saar

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EMX Quad European Championship: the title stays with Saar Last round for the EMX Quad European Championship in Kaplice, Czech Republic. A short four-round season with twelve races was nonetheless a good enough platform to deliver outstanding racing between the top two protagonists. Behind them there were equally tight finishes as several top quad exponents threatened their supremacy. The Kaplice track lent itself to the Quad brigade very well, and speeds were high. A good crowd watched both days, with qualifying and three races to entertain them. Qualifying The timed session to determine the gate was initially a four-way scrap between Kevin Saar, Christopher Tveraen, Joakim Granli and Rick Haverdil. The Dutchman sat out the final six minutes, giving the Polish rider Roman Gwiazda the chance to squeeze into fourth fastest. Lap times were faster than the sidecars, but that is the norm given the four-wheeled configuration and only one
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Road Racing

NTC: Moor secures the Cup, Farkas is runner up and Schneider takes third overall

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NTC: Moor secures the Cup, Farkas is runner up and Schneider takes third overall Rossi Moor (FAIRUM Next Generation Riders Team) is the 2022 Northern Talent Cup winner at the end of the race at Red Bull Ring, Austria. The Hungarian put together an impressive season of wins and visits to the podium, ultimately sidelined from the finale but his lead proving just enough. Second overall in 2022 after likewise proving unable to take the race starts in Spielberg is Kevin Farkas (Agria Racing Team), whose late season charge was something to behold. German rider Dustin Schneider (Goblin Racing) secured third overall, showing great progress throughout a season that also saw him take his first win. Congratulations to our top three, and to all the class of 2022! Race 1 Tibor Varga (Forty Racing) is now a Northern Talent Cup race winner! The Hungarian came out on top in an
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Motocross

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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Supermoto

SM & S3 Junior European Championship: double round in Bulgaria

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SM & S3 Junior European Championship: double round in Bulgaria Fantastic and renowned all-asphalt Supermoto track in Pleven, Bulgaria, best S1GP venue for a number of seasons in a row, was the host of the last rounds of the 2022 S3 Junior European Championship and rounds 3 and 4 of the SM Junior European Championship, under the perfect organization of the Bulgarian Motorcycle Federation. The weather conditions were very unfriendly on Saturday with rain, however the weather turned better on Sunday. Saturday’s round of SM Junior started with a clear win of Czech rider Matej Kokes (HUQVARNA) in Race 1, who managed to build and maintain a good gap to second place Estonian rider Mathias Vetkin (TM). In both races third and fourth places were respectively for Estonian Rasmus Ebelmann (HUSQVARNA) and Spanish Ramon Godino (YAMAHA), while Vetkin managed to pull a win in the second race to tie Kokes
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Speedway

SEC – Final 3: Kołodziej wins in Łódź

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SEC - Final 3: Kołodziej wins in Łódź Janusz Kolodziej won the TAURON SEC - Final 3, which was held in Łódź, Poland. Before the grand finale in Pardubice, the Pole is on the lead of the interim classification of the series. Second in the table, Leon Madsen loses only one point. After two series of starts, Madsen and Woryna were on the lead. The Dane showed a fantastic form and made up for his loss to the leaders. The only one to beat Madsen was Janusz Kołodziej. Thanks to his great performance, the Dane was promoted directly to the final and, equally important, moved to the first place in the interim classification already after the main round in Łódź. Dudek started equally well as Madsen, taking advantage of Kołodziej's weaker start of the meeting, and after eight runs of the day he evened out in the standings. Dominik Kubera,
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