This year there will be two rounds with again three races per event.
The first round will take place from 31st July till 2nd of August in Pomposa (Italy). The special features for this venue are two separate circuits – one for Mini Moto (Pocket Bike) of 480 meters and one for Mini GP (Mini Bike) of 1.200 meters.
The second and final round will take place two weeks later from 14th to 16th of August at Assen (NED). The new venue from Assen offers different layouts and shortcut possibilities. The Pomposa Circuit is situated close to the Adriatic Sea while the Assen Junior Track is located at the entrance of the famous TT Circuit.
Six European Championship classes are foreseen in both events: the youngest riders will start in the Mini Moto class Junior A and the next higher category is the class Junior B. An essential and traditional class is also the Senior Open 50 category for teenagers as well as experienced riders. The Mini GP 50 and NSF 100 bikes are a little bit bigger and also the track variants for these classes are corresponding more spacious. Last but not least there was a new Scooter class introduced last winter after several requests.
For the riders of Junior A, Junior B, Mini GP 50 and NSF 100 classes who will take part to both events, there will be a support of € 100,00 from FIM Europe.
Furthermore due to school holidays in this period there are some additional opportunities for the riders and families. The Circuit of Pomposa offers extra practice sessions preceding the event on Wednesday and Thursday (29th and 30th of July).
The KNMV will organise an international Racecamp from Monday till Wednesday (10th to 12th August) with a lot of action on the race track and beside the race track. Moreover there are also free practice sessions on Thursday at Assen.
Registration to Pomposa Races can be done filling in the entry form at this link
The entry form must be sent within July 25th to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to +39 06 3248.8640. The entry fee is € 200,00 for rider and for each class. Riders with One Year or One event FIM Europe PromoSport licence will be admitted, on approval by FMN.
For the Mini Moto Races in Assen, the general website link is:
Further information and Supplementary Regulations can be found on FIM Europe website, in Road Racing section:
For more information or questions about the Racecamp, please mail to: email@example.com