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GP's to continue in Czecho

GP's to continue in Czecho


Today Youthstream’s President, Mr. Giuseppe Luongo, and Vice-President, Mr. Luigi Zompetti, held a meeting in Teutschenthal with Mr. Radek Jecminek, ACCR Executive Director, Mr. Jiri Charvat, ACCR Chairman of the Motocross Commission and the Czech local organizers, and in a positive and sportive atmosphere all parties finalized a contract for the organization of the MX1/MX2 Grand Prix in Loket, for the MX3 World Championship event in Pacov, for the FIM Junior Motocross World Championship in Jinin and for a round of the FIM SuperMoto World Championship.

‘ACCR is delighted to continue its cooperation with Youthstream,’ Mr Radek Jecminek stated, ‘and we are extremely happy to bring additional motorcycle disciplines to the Czech Republic. It’s great for the sport in our country that we can present our top Czech riders to a world audience with events in the Czech Republic.’

Mr. Giuseppe Luongo was equally delighted: ‘this is the right continuation of a long-term partnership and great organization with the ACCR and the local Czech organizers. Youthstream is looking forward to bringing the Monster Energy FIM Junior Motocross World Championship to the Czech Republic as many young Czech riders have already shown their talent in the Motocross world, this event will create more and more interest for young Czech riders with dreams of becoming a World Champion.

Photo: From left to right: Jan Strach (Jinin Organizer) Wolfgang Srb (FIM/CMS Director) Jiri Charvat (ACCR Chairman of the Motocross Commission) Giuseppe Luongo (Youthstream President) Zdenek Dvorak (Loket Organizer) Radek Jecminek (ACCR Executive Director) Kare


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