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Supersport 300 Women’s European Cup

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Supersport 300 Women’s European Cup FIM Europe’s agreement with EMG Eventi and MotoxRacing MotoClub Left to right: Alessandro Sambuco, Sandro Carusi and Max De Simone On May 17th, at the General Secretariat in Fiumicino, an agreement with EMG Eventi and MotoxRacing MotoClub for the Supersport 300 Women’s European Cup was signed. The agreement extends until 2025 and provides for the title of Championship from 2023. Alessandro Sambuco, FIM Europe Secretary General “We are all aware of the difficulty of the historical moment we are experiencing and therefore, going back to designing and signing development agreements that expand and qualify the sports offer is certainly a pleasure. This agreement, signed with a Promoter, particularly experienced and deeply committed to helping the women's movement to grow, will extend until 2025. In these years the FIM Europe will be alongside the Promoter to facilitate the growth process of the Women's European Cup, from
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Northern Talent Cup: Phommara and Moor win in Oschersleben

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Northern Talent Cup: Phommara and Moor win in Oschersleben After Le Mans challenge, the second round of the Northern Talent Cup was raced at Oschersleben, Germany. Race 1 Lennox Phommara (Phommara Team) has shown his wet weather prowess before in the Northern Talent Cup, and the Swiss rider did it again in a wet Race 1 at Oschersleben. Making his way to the lead and then pulling a gap, the number 48 held off a late race charge from Kilian Holzer (HK Racing) to take his first win. Behind what became a duel for victory, Rossi Moor (FAIRIUM Next Generation Riders Team) completed the podium. After a Red Flag, some false starts and a restart - that then didn’t feature Le Mans winner Kevin Farkas (Agria Racing Team) or Noa Cuypers (Junior Black Knights) - it was Tibor Varga (Forty Racing) who shot into the lead and pulled a huge gap.
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Moto2 European Championship and European Talent Cup: second round in Spain

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Moto2 European Championship and European Talent Cup: second round in Spain Second round for the Moto2 European Championship and European Talent Cup at Circuit Ricardo Tormo, Spain. Moto2 The fight for victory in the Moto2™ was between Tulovic and Alex Escrig (Yamaha Philippines Stylobike) after Senna Agius (Promoracing) crashed out of the lead at Turn 12 in the early exchanges. Tulovic went on to win by 1.1s to extend his Championship lead, with the final podium place going to Xavi Cardelus (Promoracing) after a good scrap with Yeray Ruiz (FAU55 TEY Racing). The Stock honours went the way of Marco Tapia (Easyrace Team) after the Spaniard crossed the line in P10. ETC In race 1 after a Dodo Boggio (Aspar Team) crash at 11 brought out the red flags, a five-lap dash decided the Hawkers ETC. Two tenths split the top four but it was once again Esteban who managed to fend off
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Northern Talent Cup: the series started in Le Mans!

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Northern Talent Cup: the series started in Le Mans! Race1 Polesitter Rossi Moor (FAIRIUM Next Generation Riders Team) claimed the first victory of the season at the famous Le Mans Circuit as the Hungarian edged out Loris Veneman (TeamNL Open Line) by just 0.166s in a fascinating first encounter of the 2022 Northern Talent Cup. Rookie Matteo Masili (FAIRIUM Next Generation Riders Team) won the battle for the final podium spot despite starting from P9 following a three-place grid penalty.
As the lights went out it was Moor who managed to grab the holeshot before drama unfolded behind at Turn 3, with four riders crashing out – one of whom was Valentino Herrlich (Busch und Wagner Racing Team) who was later confirmed to have suffered a tibia fracture. The German will unfortunately miss Race 2 as a result, and after some top pace in pre-season. A lead group of eight quickly formed
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Moto2 European Championship and European Talent Cup

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Moto2 European Championship and European Talent Cup: thrilling start in Portugal The Moto2 European Championship and European Talent Cup got off to a thrilling start at Circuito do Estoril, Portugal. Moto2 European Championship It was a busy day for the Moto2™ ECh, with both races disrupted by red flags. Race 1 first saw the red flag waved for Tommaso Marcon (MMR), after he collided with Roberto Garcia (SKX Cardoso Racing) going to Turn 1 on the first lap. On the restart, Lukas Tulovic pulled away from Senna Agius (Promoracing), before the red flag was waved again during the 12-lap restart. This time, for a crash involving Piotr Biesiekirski (Pertamina Mandalika SAG Euvic Racing Team) and Xavi Cardelus (Promoracing). Therefore, the podium saw Tulovic take a first win ahead of Agius and Alex Escrig (Yamaha Philippines Stylobike Racing Team), the latter two taking their first podiums in the class. Race 2 saw a red
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Women’s European SS 300 Cup: round 3

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Women's European SS 300 Cup: Sanchez strengthens her leadership Third round of the Women's European SS 300 Cup at Vallelunga Circuit, Italy. Once more the podium has been a matter between trio Sara Sanchez, first, Neila Santos Beatriz, second, and Roberta Ponziani, third. Sanchez completed the hat trick with pole position, victory and best lap during the race, increasing her leadership in the standings. Next round is on June 26th in Grobnik, Croatia. Race classification 1. Sara Sanchez, SPA 2. Neila Santos Beatriz, SPA 3. Roberta Ponziani, ITA Visit our Road Racing page Visit the CIV page
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Update on FIM JuniorGP™ World Championship Sporting Regulations

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Update on Finetwork FIM JuniorGP™ World Championship Sporting Regulations The FIM Europe and FIM have published an update on the Finetwork FIM JuniorGP™ World Championship Sporting Regulations. These are the updated articles: Art. 1.19.2; Art. 1.25.1, 2, 3 & 4; Art. 1.26.4. The full text of the regulations of the is available here. Please, kindly keep updated by checking information regarding the championship on the official website www.fimjuniorgp.com Visit our Road Racing page
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Yamaha R3 bLU cRU Eropean Cup: round 2 at Assen

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Yamaha R3 bLU cRU Eropean Cup: round 2 at Assen It was a perfect weekend for Brazilian youngster Enzo Valentim, who doubled up in the second round of the 2022 Yamaha R3 bLU cRU European Cup at the TT Circuit Assen, picking up the maximum 50 points and leaving the Dutch venue on top of the standings. In Race 1, France’s Gregory Carbonnel and fellow Brazilian Kevin Fontainha joined Valentim on the podium, with his compatriot finishing runner-up in Race 2, in which Italy’s Andrea Pizzoli rounded out the top three. Having gone fastest in the Free Practice session, Valentim took pole position by 1.1s, with Brazilian Gustavo Manso and Pizzoli joining him on the front row for both of Saturday’s races, while Thai rider Krittapat Keankum also enjoyed his best qualifying performance in fourth. Italy’s Devis Bergamini, who headed into this weekend as the joint championship leader, fired his
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Women’s European SS 300 Cup: round 2 in Spain

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Women's European SS 300 Cup: round 2 in Spain Round 2 for the Women's European SS 300 Cup at Ricardo Tormo in Valencia, Spain. Despite the good weather conditions, a strong wind characterized all the sessions. As in the opening round at Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli in Italy, Beatriz Neila Santos replicated the pole position confirming his determination at home circuit. In race 1 the Spanish rider immediately took the leadership, keeping the first position until the chequered flag. Behind her, with 7 second gap, her compatriot Sara Sanchez, who succeed to get the podium despite a small injury to the leg. After the great debut at Misano, Jessica Howden from South Africa finished third confirming the great skills of her “pink” team. The rookie Josephin Bruno finished fourth close to the podium by only 4cents of a second. In race 2 amazing fight for Spanish duo Neila Santos
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Yamaha R3 bLU cRU Eropean Cup: Race 1 in Aragon

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Yamaha R3 bLU cRU Eropean Cup: Ruiz and Bergamini share honours in opening Yamaha R3 bLU cRU European Cup races Yeray Ruiz and Denis Bergamini were the first winners of the 2022 Yamaha R3 bLU cRU European Cup at MotorLand Aragón, with the Italian and Spaniard both sharing the championship lead, having also scored third-place finishes. Having qualified on pole position in Superpole session, Spanish youngster Ruiz maintained his lead by the end of the first lap, before Brazil’s Enzo Valentim hit the front on the second tour. Seven riders were involved in the lead battle for the opening five laps, but as they headed onto the sixth, Ruiz and Valentim pulled clear. The two constantly swapped places through the closing stages, but it was 18-year-old Ruiz who would eventually take victory, beating his 17-year-old rival by 0.273s across the line to win on debut. Bergamini won the titanic battle
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