Updated 2014 World Supermoto calendar

The 2014 FIM Supermoto World Championship calendar has been updated, you can find below the changes in bold.

The SMGP of Bulgaria and the SMGP of Germany, originally scheduled on 11 May in Pleven and on 1 June in St Wendel respectively, have been cancelled.

The SMGP of Belgium, scheduled on 20 July, has been added in Zolder as for the SMGP of Estonia, Tabasalu scheduled on 31 August.

The SMGP of Trentino, Italy, originally scheduled on 14 September, has been replaced by the SMGP of Croatia in Rijeka on 21 September.

FIM SUPERMOTO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 2014

DATE

GRAND PRIX

VENUE

ADDITIONAL RACES

20 April

FRANCE

Rivesaltes

SM2

18 May

ROMANIA

Arad

SM2 | SM3 | SM85

15 June

CZECH REPUBLIC

Sosnova

SM2

06 July

ITALY

Cremona

SM2

20 July

BELGIUM

Zolder tbc

SM2

31 August

ESTONIA

Tabasalu

SM2

21 September

CROATIA

Rijeka

SM2

12 October

FIM SuperMoto of Nations 

(tba)

 

Tbc: To be confirmed
Tba: To be announced

Hiemer and Class win first German round in Harsewinkel

Hiemer chased by Höllbacher (Photo by Supermoto.de)

Bauerschmidt KTM rider Bernd Hiemer won the S1 class at the first round of the German Supermoto Championship in Harsewinkel. With a 3-1 score he scored the same amount of points as Husqvarna rider Lukas Höllbacher who also finished 1st and 3rd in the races. Third on the podium was Markus Volz with a 3-4 score.

In the S2 class it was Husqvarna rider Markus Class who dominated and was unbeatable all weekend. He won both races with ease on his 380cc two-stroke.
Second overall was Kevin Würterle with two 2nd place finishes. Rudi Bauer claimed the third step of the S2 podium.

Full results

Cornish and Winstanley win at British Supermoto season opener

CRT Supermoto rider Lewis Cornish won the 450 Elite class at the first round of the British Supermoto Championship in Lydd after winning 2 out of 3 races. KTM Skyzone Racing's Chris Hodgson finished 2nd with a 1-2-3 score. The third step on the podium was for Ben Robb(5-6-1).

In the Open Elite class it was DCR rider Matt Winstanley who took the overall with two race wins and a third place. Behind him followed Ben Robb(5-2-1) and Davey Todd(2-4-2).

Full results

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