FIM MAY 2021 MOTORCYCLE RACING NEWS
2021 Provisional calendar, UPDATE 01 April
FIM S1GP SuperMoto World Championship
Despite the best efforts of all parties involved and in light of the extensive restrictions and uncertainty related to the ongoing Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, the FIM, XIEM and the organiser have decided to postpone the start of the SuperMoto World Championship to 26-27 June with the first Grand Prix in Italy at the Abruzzo International Circuit. The round in Castelletto di Branduzzo, originally scheduled on 23 May has been postponed until 17 October.
For the same reasons, the Gibraltar Grand Prix has for the moment been cancelled by the government. All stakeholders are closely monitoring the situation and more information will be communicated in due course.
The new calendar is proposed to be five rounds in addition to the SuperMoto of Nations hosted in four countries: Italy, Czech Republic, Spain and France.
we would like to thank all the promoters, organisers, teams, riders, federations, partners and fans for their support and understanding during this difficult period.
|27 June FMI||Ortona||Italy|
|25 July ACCR||Vysoké Mýto||Czech Republic|
|22 August RFME||Forcarei||Spain|
|05 September FMI||Sestriere||Italy|
|17 October FMI Castelletto di Branduzzo||Italy|
|FIM SuperMoto of Nations|
|19 September FFM Carole||France|
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