Supermoto Grand Prix of France

Grand Prix of France FIM World Championship and European Championship at the Grand Circuit du Roussillon in Rivesaltes. By Chris Carbonel Films.

Lazzarini wins Italian Supermoto round at Lissone

Bad weather and the rain did not stop the racing at the second round of the Italian Supermoto Championship in Lissone.
Ivan Lazzarini ( L30 Honda Racing) dominated both rounds by taking an early lead in both races. By taking the overall he also takes over the red plate from Ravaglia.

2nd overall was Teo Monticelli (Honda Team Arrow) thanks to a 5th place in race 1 and a great 2nd place in race 2.

Christian Ravaglia (Honda Racing SM ) was by far the fastest on the track on both days this weekend. Taking the pole position and the fastest lap in the race. He tried hard to catch up to Lazzarini in race 1 but finished 2nd. In race 2 he crashed and had to fight back from last place to place 6. He finished 3rd overall..

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Hodgson and Winstanley battle at 2nd British Supermoto round

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The British Supermoto Championship returned to its spiritual home for Easter Sunday and Monday as round two was staged at the excellent Three Sisters venue on the outskirts of Wigan. Local man Matt Winstanley on a Honda was beaten by reigning champion Chris Hodgson on his KTM in the 450 elite class on day one, but got revenge on day two as the pair met again in the open elite class.

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SMGP of France 2014 - Rivesaltes 26min Broadcast

The first round of 2014 FIM SuperMoto World Championship that took place in Rivesaltes, France, is over. Don't miss the opportunity to watch the most spectacular images in this 26mn magazine.

Get a better feeling of Circuit du Roussillon with Thomas Chareyre, Adrien Chareye and GoPro, experience the real paddock life with TM Factory Racing team, watch the great battles for the lead in SM2 and S1 races!

Double victory for TM at SMGP of France

TM Factory rider Thomas Chareyre won the first World Supermoto GP of 2014. In Rivesaltes, France he won both races in front of his brother Adrien Chareyre on the Fast Wheels Aprilia. SHR TM rider Mauno Hermunen finished 3rd in both races.

In the European Championship it was another TM Factory rider who won the overall. Devon Vermeulen battled hard all weekend and won both races in front of Assomotor Honda rider Fabrizio Bartolini and Fast Wheels Aprilia rider Asseri Kingelin who finished 2nd and 3rd overall.

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Thomas Chareyre takes pole position in France

The first Grand Prix of the 2014 FIM Supermoto World Championship kicked off today at Rivesaltes at the same venue that hosted the final round of the 2013 campaign.
Conditions out on track were a little windy but all sessions were held under sunny skies.

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With the top six riders from S1 going through to the Superchrono session a good time in timed training would be very important. Thomas Chareyre TM Factory Racing proved to be the fastest of the Chareyre brothers with a time of 1:30.211 – which was 0.017 quicker than Adrien Chareyre on his Fast Wheels Aprilia.
Defending World Champion Mauno Hermunen SHR TM, Ivan Lazzarini L30 Racing Honda, Sylvain Bidart Honda and Pavel Kejmar 833 Racing Team Husqvarna rounded out the top six for the chance to compete in the ten minute long SuperChrono session.

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Thomas Chareyre wins premier French Supermoto round at Rivesaltes

Thomas Chareyre (TM Factory Racing ) dominated the first round of the French Supermoto Championship in Rivesaltes. He grabbed pole position and won both races.

His brother Adrien Chareyre (Aprilia Fast Wheels) finished 2nd overall with two 2nd place finishes. 2013 Champion Sylvain Bidart was 3rd overall with a 3-3 score.

In the S2 250cc class Jean-Charles Decabooter conquered the highest step followed by Adrien Goguet and Germain Vincenot (Honda-Team Luc1 Motorsport).

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