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Hill Climb European Championship: third round

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Hill Climb European Championship: third round In perfect weather condition with summer temperatures, the city of Julbach, Austria, welcomed the Hill Climb European Championship. In the first heat, French rider Jean Luc David with his Honda CBR1000RR (Superbike class) was very close to a new track record (1:05.489) In the second run, the difference between the winner and the second (Andreas Gangl) was only 0.01 seconds, again in favor of the French. Among the men, Alice Sabatini was the only one woman in the SuperMoto class. She finished third in the first heat and fourth in the event Italian rider Giudo Testoni. In the SSP600 Mauro Poncini improved in the second heat, but that was not enough to catch up with the well-disposed Maurizio Bottalico.   Together with the Hill Climb European Championship races, also the Vintage Championship was in action with its riders. Here below the winners: Class 4
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Vintage Enduro European Championship

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Vintage Enduro European Championship: the season started in France The 2022 season of the Vintage Enduro European Championship kicked off last weekend in Mayet de Montagne, France. More than 350 riders from France, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Switzerland and Germany arrived in the wonderful forest-landscape to give life to an amazing “retro” challenge. A perfect test trail was prepared by the experienced Team Saint Yorre Motos in the mountains around Mayet 100 km with 3 fine selected Enduro Tests per day, about 5 hours riding. Day1 winners Expert >74cc – Federico Fregnan, FRA Expert 126cc> - Xavier Castey Soler, FRA Expert 75cc>125cc – Massimo Pescia, ITA Classic >74cc – Adriano Micozzi, FRA Classic 126cc>250cc – Johannes Steinel, GER Classic 251cc> - Jens Oestreich, GER Classic 75cc>125cc – Ole Fleischer, FRA Open >80cc – Daniel Delomenede, FRA Open 126cc>250cc – Ricard Martinez, FRA Open 251cc> - Peter Zink, GER Open 81cc>125cc –
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Vintage Road Racing European Championship

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Vintage Road Racing European Championship The 2022 season of the Vintage Road Racing European Championship got off to an excellent start at Ring Djursland, near the old harbour town of Ebeltoft, Denmark. Despite the cold and windy but sunny conditions more than 5.000 spectators had found their way to the track. Riders representing 6 different nations fought in seven different classes. Race 1 winner Class 2: Tanja Hentschel, Germany Class 5: Björn Gunnarsson, Sweden Class 6: Hasse Gustafsson, Sweden Class 7A: Magnus Mossberg, Sweden Class 7B: Peter Jørgensen, Denmark Class 7C: August Kroon, Denmark Class 8B: Kjell Strömberg, Denmark Race 2 winner Class 2: Tanja Hentschel, Germany Class 5: Björn Gunnarsson, Sweden Class 6: Michael Kildetoft, Denmark Class 7A: Magnus Mossberg, Sweden Class 7B: Peter Jørgensen, Denmark Class 7C: August Kroon, Denmark Class 8B: Kjell Strömberg, Denmark Visit the Vintage page
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Enduro Vintage European Championship: final in Spain

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Enduro Vintage European Championship: final in Spain Last weekend the Enduro Vintage European Championship came to the end of its season after the first round in Italy, the second one France and the third in Germany. The city of Sant Mateu, Spain, hosted the last race of the year. A two-days race with the top organisation of the Club de Motociclismo Off Road Sant Mateu. Riders from all Europe competed until the last special test for the European title. Final standing Expert 75 up to 125cc - Luca Santucci, ITA Expert 75 over 125cc - Xavier Castey Soler, SPA Classic 80 up to 125cc - Ole Fleisher, GER Classic 80 up to 250cc - Erhard Jens Oestreich, ITA Classic 80 over 250cc - Joannes Steinel, GER Open 89 up to 80cc - Giorgio Volpi, ITA Open 89 up to 125cc - Daniel Delomenede, FRA Open 89 up to 250cc -
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Vintage Endurance European Championship: last round in Misano

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Vintage Endurance European Championship: last round in Misano Season finale for the Vintage Endurance European Championship at Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli in the atmosphere of the Misano Classic Weekend. About 400 riders took part to this event, in compliance with the anti Covid-19 regulations. The last race of the Vintage Endurance European Championship was raced together with Italian Endurance Championship: 29 teams with 29 bikes plus 17 T bikes of which 28 was qualified for the race. After 4 hours of race 21 bikes crossed the finish line. Race Results: Scratch 1. Team Force 2. Powerracing – Japauto 3. Phase One Endurance Classic 1. Team MOTO SHOP 35/IT2M (FRA) 2. Team DEDE' MOTO TEAM (FRA) 3. Team AML RACING (FRA) Maxi Classic 1. Team POWERRACING – JAPAUTO (FRA) 2. Team ROAD RUNNER (NED) 3. Team PARRAVANO CORSE (ITA) Formula 1. Team RMB CLLASIC (FRA) 2. Team BOLIPACK RACING TEAM
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Vintage Endurance Cup: round 2 at Spa

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Vintage Endurance Cup: round 2 at Spa The second round of the FIM Europe Vintage Endurance Cup was held last weekend at Spa Circuit, in Belgium. Results: Classic 1. Team AM 2. German Guzzi Classic Team 3. AC R 2 Open 1. Dholda Racing 2. Team Bike 3. Team Semtex Maxi Classic 1. PoweRacing - Japauto 2. Road Runner 3. Dynothec Formula 1. Bolipack Racing Team 2. ATD-Projekt-34 3. Team Vulcanet Visit our Vintage page
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Vintage Enduro European Championship: third round in Germany

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Vintage Enduro European Championship: third round in Germany After the first round in Casciana Terme, Italy, and the second one in Villebrett, France, the 3rd race of the Vintage Enduro European Championship took place in Itterbeck, Germany. Almost 30 riders came from Italy, Spain, France and Germany to join the race. The race was perfectly organized and riders could ride enduro with the amazing landscape close to the Netherlands and the North-Atlantic Sea. The route was 66 km long per lap (2 laps) with an amazing Special Cross Country Tests to be raced four times, for a total of about 5 hours. The winner: Classic1 – Ole Fleischer, GER Classic2 – Jens Oestreich, GER Classic3 – Johannes Steinel, GER Expert2 – Xavier Castey, SPA Open2 – Daniel Delomenede, FRA Open3 – Andrea Rastrelli, ITA Visit our track racing page
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Hill Climb and Vintage Hill Climb European Championship: action in Italy

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Hill Climb and Vintage Hill Climb European Championship: action in Italy Second round of the Hill Climb and first one for the Vintage Hill Climb European Championship in Italy, in the mountains of Pogio-Vallefredda. A hot weekend welcomed over 200 riders who took part to the race scheduled with the Italian Championship. Hill Climb race 1 and race 2 results: 250 GP 1. Guido Testoni, ITA 2. Bernard Depierreux, BEL 3. Marco Vigilucci, ITA Supersport 600 1. Maurizio Bottalico, ITA 2. Tiziano Rosati 3. Mauro Poncini Superbike 1. Stefano Bonetti, ITA 2. Salvatore Sallustro, ITA 3. Reinhard Strack Supermono 1. Philippe Bongard 2. Cosimo Sozzo 3. Stafano Leone Vintage Hill Climb results: Class Open 1. Alpassi Carlo 2. Lombardi Giovanni Class 125 2T 1. Testoni Guido 2. Mutti Pierluigi 3. Laureti Lucio Class 250 2T 1. Avo Tommaso 2. Tedeschi Gino 3. Della Latta Roberto Class 250 2T GP 1.
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Vintage Endurance Cup: the season started in Le Castellet

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Vintage Endurance Cup: the season started in Le Castellet Photo Credit: Alain Vande Craen The first race for FIM Europe Vintage Endurance Cup was held last weekend at Paul Ricard race track, Le Castelet, near Marseille, behind closed doors due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The race was very professionally organised by French Federation and Paul Ricard staff. Timed practices started on Friday while the race started on Saturday at 8.30 pm: 25 teams (on 29) finished the race on Sunday at 00.30 am. Results: Classic 1. Moto Shop 35/IT2M, France 2. AML Racing, France 3. Dédé Moto Team, France Open 1. Dholda Racing, Belgium 2. Team Force, Belgium 3. Motobox, Spain Maxi Classic 1. MotoPort Uithoorn Racing, The Netherlands 2. Road Runner, The Netherlands 3. SERCT 33, France Formula 1. Marine Tech, France 2. Bolipack Racing Team, Germany 3. RMB Classic, France Visit our track racing page
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