Home hero Pablo Violet – Yamaha drew first blood in the Quad class of the 2024 FIM Sand Races World Cup when he led home the field of registered riders today at the world-famous Enduropale du Touquet Pas-de-Calais. Whilst Axel Dutrie took the win in the Quad Veteran class, Nathanaelle Abgrall topped the Women’s Quad class and Raphael Dutot won the Junior Quad Class
Germany’s Max Niedermaier snatched a dramatic Run-Off win from fast Finn Heikki Huusko to claim overall victory at Örnsköldsvik’s Kallehov track this afternoon as the Swedish city hosted the Qualifying Round of the 2024 FIM Ice Speedway World Championship
The Qualifying round of the 2024 FIM Ice Speedway World Championship this coming Saturday (27 January) at Örnsköldsvik in Sweden will see one of motorcycle racing’s most versatile competitors in action.
FIM Speedway Grand Prix riders will compete for up to four World Championship points as Qualifying Practice concludes with high-stakes sprint races at the sport’s flagship events in Warsaw and Cardiff
The FIM is pleased to confirm a number of major changes to the 2024 FIM Sand Races World Cup series, with each round again having its own unique format as detailed in the respective Supplementary Regulations, but all still counting towards the overall standings
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The battle for supremacy in the 2024 FIM Ice Speedway World Championship gets under way this coming Saturday (27 January) with the Qualifying Round at Örnsköldsvik in Sweden which has become a mainstay on the series calendar over recent seasons.
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It was an edition to forget for all the KTMs, broadly speaking. Since 2020, KTM has always put one of its riders on the podium, which means this year’s performance is a blow for the constructor. What’s more, it is the first time since 1993 that no European constructors are on the final podium.