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EMX Quad European Championship

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EMX Quad European Championship: Saar dominance is thwarted by re-ignited Tvaraen Second seasonal round for the EMX Quad European Championship. The race took place in Loket, in the Czech Republic. Race 1 As has been the case throughout much of the previous two seasons, Saar grabbed an early lead, with Tvaraen in second place and a flying Jan Brhel in third. This, however, was very short-lived as a mistake by Tvaraen saw Brhel take punishment, and crash out of podium contention, a great shame to what would have been a promising showing from the young Czech. Cappuccio used this to his advantage, and soon found himself in second place, being hounded by a resurgent Tvaraen, who had fell-victim to the red mist. Tvaraen swiftly passed Cappuccio and, with one goal in mind and adrenaline coursing through his veins, soon set about devouring the five-second advantage that Saar had built up
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EMX Quad European Championship: Markelo is hunting ground for Saar

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EMX Quad European Championship: Markelo is hunting ground for Saar Race 1 Twenty-seven eager Quadcross racers lined up on the gate to spark life into the 2022 EMX Quad European Championship. The close nature of the lap times during the earlier practice sessions suggested that a closely fought battle would be on our hands. From the gate drop it was Joe Maessen who took the hole-shot ahead of Christopher Tvaraen and reigning champion Kevin Saar. Throughout the first lap, Massen did a grand job of defending his lead, however Saar had other ideas and soon started implementing his plan of overhauling Tvaraen and himself. Onto the second lap, Saar put the power from his Yamaha down in superior fashion compared with Tvaraen, and soon found himself snapping at the heels of Joe Maessen. However, Maessen was quickly dispensed of, and Saar pulled the pin, and nobody saw which way he
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EMX Quad European Championship: Kevin Saar crowned champion

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EMX Quad European Championship: Kevin Saar crowned champion For the third and final round of the 2021 European Quadcross Championship, we found ourselves once again in Czech Republic, this time however the stakes were much higher; a championship had to be won. Mathematically, 4 riders were still in the title hunt but Kevin Saar, who came into the weekend with a 147 point advantage, was a whole 34 points ahead of second placed rider Christopher Tvaraen and could potentially take the crown in the first outing! Tvaraen would be absolutely giving it his all to overturn this deficit, which was bound to lead to some exciting racing. Qualifying Under a beautiful cloudless sky, the gladiators of the EMX Quads championship made their way into the Kramolin arena, ready to fight for the gate picks. Twenty-five minutes was the duration of the session, and within the first five minutes, Saar had already set
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Sidecarcross & Quadcross of European Nations

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Sidecarcross & Quadcross of European Nations Two amazing days for the Sidecarcross & Quadcross of European Nations in Dardon Gueugnon, France. Quads Qualifications Group A was leaded from start till finish from the Irish team Mark McLernon. Behind him great battle for the second-best position but at the end Great Britain finished ahead of France and Netherlands. Group B was again a great battle with Ireland, Great Britain and France. Unfortunately, the Irish rider Justin Reid, who was in the lead, did had a technical failure in the last minutes, so British Harry Walker won the heat. In Group C Randy Naveaux from Belgium took the holeshot and drove away. Behind him great battle for the top 10 and at the end the Norwegian rider Christhopher Tveraen finished second. Nation Points Great Britain 3 France 5 Belgium 6 Italy 7 Ireland 7 Norway 8 Netherlands 8 Poland 12 Latvia 15
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EMX Quad European Championship: Saar and Tvaraen in fight for the win

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EMX Quad European Championship: Saar and Tvaraen fight for the win Race 1 - Kevin Saar got the holeshot but was closely followed by Roman Gwiazda and Christopher Tvaraen, with Saar and Tvaraen pulling out a significant gap over the Polish rider. Laptimes dropped into the 1:50’s in the beginning, evident that the Estonian and Norwegian were trying their absolute best. A rare mistake from Saar, in which he miscalculated one of the many jumps, led to Tvaraen having no where to go. He came down and the front portion of his Yamaha hit Kevin Saar’s back hard. It was clear that Saar was in a lot of discomfort from the impact, and Tvaraen was as apologetic as he could be however, we still had a race on our hands. Tvaraen pulled out an advantage of 6 seconds almost by the time Saar had regrouped and found his groove. He
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Quadcross

EMX Quad European Championship: Kevin Saar ruled in Jinin

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EMX Quad European Championship: Kevin Saar ruled in Jinin 21 riders from all areas on Europe had descended onto the MX Enduro Park in Jinin, in the Czech Republic, for what would be the first round of their championship. The atmosphere had a distinctive electricity about it, and this was only going to grow as the action for the day unfolded. Qualifying - This got underway in sublime conditions. The track was freshly watered, the sun was beating down and the quads were as every bit as good as what we have become accustomed to. The main man that everybody wanted to beat was 6-time Estonian Champion and 3-time European Champion, Kevin Saar. Things were going well for Saar in the early stages of the qualifying session but there was one thing that I suspect nobody took into account, Norwegian rider Christopher Tveraen. Christopher put in an absolutely fantastic time
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Jinin ready to host the EMX Quad European Championship

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Jinin ready to host the EMX Quad European Championship Everything is set! The weekend of 21/22 August at Jinin in the Czech Republic will see the EMX Quad European Championship make its debut in the Czech Republic. This spectacular branch of motocross is yet another thrilling element in what is sure to be an amazing weekend. Situated just over one hour and around one hundred kilometres south of Prague, Jinin is perfectly placed to welcome overseas visitors. Given the time of year, with the holiday season in full swing, the organisers are very keen to attract as many guests and WSC fans as can make the trip, with on-site camping freely available. However, the free camping is strictly subject to availability. There will also be numerous food and refreshment stalls on-site, with the aim of cultivating the party feel a world-class motocross event is sure to deliver. To guarantee your
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EMX Quad Championship

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EMX Quad Championship FIM Europe is pleased to announce that, with full cooperation of the FIM and APO Multimedia, the 2021 EMX Quad championship will consist of 3 point scoring races at each event when combined with the FIM Sidecarcross World championship. One race will take place on Saturday which will replace the Qualification race and two races will take place on Sunday, with all 3 races being 25 minutes plus 2 laps. This has been agreed due to the small number of events because of the Covid pandemic restrictions imposed on organisers. This will also apply to the stand alone event at Mladina in Croatia. Therefore the quad riders will have more point scoring races for the overall championship classification, as will the sidecar competitors. Starting order for the three races will be determined by the timed practise session of 25 minutes. Normal points will be awarded for each
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EMX Quad European Championship: the Polish Roman Gwiazda is the new champion

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EMX Quad European Championship: the Polish Roman Gwiazda is the new champion EMX Quad European Championship | Photo @Drazen Palaic The track in Mladina, Croatia, hosted the only seasonal race of the EMX Quad European Championship as the Covid-19 emergency completely change the calendar. Even if the travelling restrictions did not allow a normal competition, riders from 4 different countries (Poland, Czechia, Bulgaria and Croatia) battled it out for the European title. The first race saw the Polish star Roman Gwiazda lead from start to finish, winning ahead of Kacper Mieszkowski (Poland) and Zdenek Polaček (Czech). The second race was quite similar: once again Gwiazda took the lead from the start, while in the battle for the second position Polaček had the better on Kacper Mieszkowski. EMX Quad European Championship | Photo @Drazen Palaic
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2020 Sidecarcross and Quadcross of European Nations

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2020 Sidecarcross and Quadcross of European Nations It is with great regret that FIM Europe has to announce the cancellation of the 2020 edition of the Sidecarcross and Quadcross of European Nations which was to have been held at Varsseveld in The Netherlands on 3rd and 4th of October. The decision has been jointly made between FIM Europe, the KNMV and the Varsseveld organiser because of the uncertainty of travel for some teams, the financial impact that the Covid 19 virus has had on the competitors and their Federations, and also the fact that although the Dutch government will allow sporting fixtures to resume as from September, but with no public attendance. Without spectators the event is obviously not financially viable. The Sidecarcross of Nations has been organised continuously and successfully since the year 2000 and was joined by the Quadcross of Nations in 2009. This annual National team event
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