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European Snowmobile Enduro Cup at Kemijärvi (Finland)

The European Snowmobile Enduro Cup was held this weekend at Kemijärvi, in Finland. In the Junior Class, the winner was Santtu Sorsa, from Finland, in front of his compatriot Iivari Klemola. In the Senior Class, Henri Marttinen won before Mikko Hämäläinen and Tero Lokka. In the Veteran Class, Jukka Nyberg is the winner in front of Tommi Haavikko and Risto Kainulainen. In the Women Class, Hanna Pihlajaviita won before Katariina Junnila and Jonna Simontaival. All the riders on the podium are from Finland. All results on FIM Europe website:
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European Individual Ice Speedway Final at Ufa (Russia) – Day 2

The Day2 of the European Individual Ice Speedway Final was held today at Ufa, in Russia. The day started again with a snowstorm what ended before the first heat. The temperatures have been just below zero today. An exciting fight for the first position between Solyannikov and Ebner started in heat one so spectators could see the high level of this meeting. Yesterday’s fourth placed Max Niedermaier faced a disqualification in his opening ride and could only make it to the C Final today. So the challenge to the Russian riders was left to Harald Simon and Charly Ebner, both from Austria. Simon was disqualified in his final heat, and his challenge for the title ended, but he did enough to secure his fourth place overall in the Championship. Ebner raced in the A final today and crashed in this heat, but this was enough to secure him fifth place overall
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2017 FIM CEV Repsol Moto2™ and European Talent Cup Sporting Regulations

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Steven Odendaal, European Moto2 Champion - The FIM Europe has published the sporting rules that will regulate the 2017 FIM CEV Repsol. The specific sporting regulations for the Moto2™ European Championship, Superstock 600 and European Talent Cup classes are available here. You can find all the results, videos, photos and information regarding the championship on the official website:
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European Extreme Enduro Cup at Tong, Leeds (Great Britain)

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The first round of the European Extreme Enduro Cup was held at Tong, Leeds, in Great Britain. The expected snow and bad weather never materialised and although the race started in wet weather and the course remained wet and muddy, there was no heavy rain but even some sunny conditions. Extreme Enduro specialist Graham Jarvis took the lead from the start. The expected challenge from David Knight, multi-world champion and multi-winner of this event did not happen because Knight crashed heavily on Lap 1 and was forced to retire. Ex Trial star Billy Bolt now concentrating on Extreme Enduro challenged Jarvis in the early stages, but then Graham started racing with his normal, smooth style he gained a good gap. Paul Bolton, coming back from a long period of stop due to injury, did a really good race, struggling with Bolt. Jarvis had never won this event and was determined
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2017-2019 Supercross European Championship – Call for Expression of Interest

In the photo, Romain Febvre, European EMX250 champion in 2011 and MXGP World Champion in 2015, racing at the Arnhem Supercross, in The Netherlands, last October - FIM Europe has decided to launch a tender to find a Promoter for the 2017-2019 Supercross European Championship events. This “Call for Expression of Interest” is no more than an invitation to tender and does not constitute either a contract or an offer. Those who are interested should contact the General Secretariat writing to  within March 15th 2017.
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Review and highlights of 2016 European Sporting season – The analysis of Martin de Graaff

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With the 2016 European Sporting Season just ended and the new one approaching, we have asked Martin de Graaff, FIM Europe 1st Deputy President and Chairman of the Sporting Council, to highlight the main achievements of all disciplines. “The successful 2016 season is a result of a good cooperation among all involved people and organisations”, stated Martin de Graaff. “A number of 9 hard working FIM Europe commissions and volunteers are busy with regulations, calendars and running of all events. “With the help of promoters, federations, organisers and FIM Europe staff members the activities took place in many European countries. And the number of participants and events is increasing. “In Road Racing the combination of FIM Europe events with FIM races is important for the European Championship. The European Superbike and Moto2 in the CEV Repsol competition ended this year with exiting races. Moto2 will be unchanged in 2017. The
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