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Vintage Enduro European Championship: third round in Italy

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Vintage Enduro European Championship: third round in Italy The third round of the Vintage Enduro European Championship took place in Lovere, on Iseo Lake, Italy, under the direction of the Moto Club Costa Volpino. The race took place in the best of conditions, thanks to the weather that offered a hot breezy day. The winners Expert up to 75 - Federico Fregnan, ITA, (Fantic) Expert up to 125 - Massimo Pescia, ITA (SWM) Expert over 125 - Xavier Castey Soler, SPA (Bultaco) Classic up to 75 - Ennio Bonaldi, ITA (Fantic) Classic up to 125 - Fabio Mauri, ITA (Puch Frigerio) Classic up to 250 - Johannes Steinel, GER (Kramer) Classic over 250 - David Gomez Carrion, SPA (Montesa) Open up to 80 - Mauro Varaschin, ITA (Fantic) Open up to 125 - Martin Novella, GER (Suzuki) Open up to 250 - Stephane Peterhansel, FRA (Yamaha) Open over 250 -
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Vintage Enduro European Championship: 2022 calendar update

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Vintage Enduro European Championship: 2022 calendar update The FIM Europe, together with the Vintage Commission, has the pleasure to annouce an update that have been made to the 2022 racing calendar of the 2022 Vintage Enduro European Championship. The cancelled race in Kempenich, Germany, originally scheduled on October 23rd, will be recovered on October 28th-29th-30th in Woltersforf/Rudersdorf bei Berlin thanks to the collaboration and organisation of the DMSB. The race will be held together with the last event of the Enduro European Championship. Visit our Vintage page Visit Infront Moto Racing
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Vintage Road Racing European Championship: third and final round in Croatia

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Vintage Road Racing European Championship: third and final round in Croatia The third and final round of the 2022 Vintage Road Race European Championship took place at Croatia’s picturesque former Grand Prix circuit Rijeka. The number of competitors was especially affected by the late change of date from September to August, but those that were there enjoyed one beautiful sunny day on Saturday and one wet day on when rain showers developed during the afternoon on Sunday to complete the season on a wet track. There was strong support from HMS and Italian riders, who dominated both the two races. Zoran Salopek won class 9a and the race outright whilst fellow HMS riders Franco Usmiani, Luciano Garlassi, Bert Heider and Felix Weizierl took the wins in classes 3, 6 and 7a respectively. Germany’s Bernd Pollmann had mechanical problems with his immaculate Aermacchi’s but still held on to win both the
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Vintage Regularity Cup

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Vintage Regularity Cup The Classic Club Hlohovec organised in the town centre of Holič, Slovakia, the only race of the Vintage Regularity Cup. For one day the normal traffic was stopped for over 100 riders, to let the race to take place on a track of 1250 meters with two right and five left turns. The weather was mild and partly sunny, but it started to rain in the late afternoon: riders and organiser decided to cancel the last three races for security reasons (classes C, D and E sidecars). It was decided that the results of the second practice session were valid for the race. The winners Class A1 – Milan Šoban, Benelli, CZE, SMF Class A2 – Jiri Krutina, Honda, SVK, SMF Class B – Zdenek Paznocko, Aermacchi, CZE, SMF Class C – Arrigo Vinsani, Honda, ITA, SMF Class D – Robert Bodiš, Ducati, SVK, SMF Class E
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Vintage Hill Climb European Championship

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Vintage Hill Climb European Championship The third and last round of the Vintage Hill Climb European Championship took place in the picturesque town of Lückendorf near Zittau, in Saxony, Germany. The race was excellent organised by MC Robur from Zittau with nice sunny but mild weather: Luckendorfer Bergrennen was first organised in 1923 and have continuously raced since than with only a break during the 2nd World War and Covid-19. This year the event celebrated its 99th anniversary. The track was 3552 m long with races both on Saturday and Sunday. The winners on Saturday • Class 1: Tony Weigelt, Yamaha RD 250 • Class 5: Bert Heider, Yamaha FZR 400 • Class 6: Stefan Dobler, Triumph 140 • Class 7: Wolfgang Deutschmann, BMW • Class 8a sidecar: Albert Kröpfl / Johannes Penatzer, BMW Renngespann • Class 8b sidecar: Armin Pfaltz / Dirk Lütke, Haller Suzuki GS 1000 • Class
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Vintage Road Racing European Championship

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Vintage Road Racing European Championship: round 2 at Donington Park The Vintage Road Racing European Championship has stopped at Donington Park, Great Britain, for the second round of the season. A few drops of rain did not slow up the riders during qualifying on first day and in particular the Blumaq AJR Classic Team riders Sergio Fuertes and Javier Triguero soon settled into the fast-flowing track and qualified on the front row on their first visit to the circuit. Fuertes retired in the first race whilst leading, but made up for the disappointment by winning the second race by over ten seconds from his team-mate. With two solid second places Triguero took forty points and close within one point of second place man in the Championship, Neil Watson. The UK riders ruled the Class 2 (200cc) filling five of the top six places. Tanja Hentschel stopped a UK clean sweep
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Hill Climb European Championship and Vintage Hill Climb European Championship

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Hill Climb European Championship and Vintage Hill Climb European Championship Second round of the Vintage Hill Climb European Championship and fifth for the HIll Climb European Championship in the beautiful Italian landscape of Forca di Cerro-Spoleto. A perfect race day with good weather conditions and a strong heat, with hard-fought challenges between the riders. Here below the winners of the Vintage race: Class 125 2T Alpassi Carlo, ITA Class 250 2T - Pazzaglia Thomas, ITA Class 750 4T - Alonzi Williams, ITA Class 500 4T - Mezzone Daniel, ITA The winners of the Hill Climb race: The winners of the Hill Climb race: Supermoto - Maurizio Bottalico, ITA Superbike - Jean Luc David, FRA Supersport - Maurizio Bottalico, ITA 250 GP - Guido Testoni, ITA Visit our Vintage page Visit Infront Moto Racing
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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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