INFORMATION – FIM SIDECAR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP – 2020 CALENDAR, UPDATE 29 MAY

Please find enclosed the Press Release / FIM Sidecar World Championship 2020 Calendar, UPDATE 29 MAY.

With the ongoing impact internationally and continued travel restrictions due to the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, the FIM and RKB-F1/Santander Salt Ltd organisational team have had to make the following changes to the 2020 calendar.

With the support of the Hungarian Motorcycle Sport Federation (MAMS), the round originally scheduled at Pannonia Ring on 27-28 June is now postponed to September, the new date is to be confirmed.

For the same reason, the British round initially scheduled on the 25-26 of July at Brands Hatch is postponed. The Promoter, the FIM and the Auto Cycle Union (ACU) are working to find a new suitable date.

We would also like to thank everyone involved for their understanding during this period, as we continue to work hard to preserve as much of the 2020 championship as possible whilst taking into consideration and respecting all the protocols that are in place and whilst monitoring all the national announcements day-by-day in order to ensure the safety of everyone involved.

Further information will be communicated in due course.

Revised dates are as follows:

DATE VENUE COUNTRY FMN
TBC TBC Great Britain ACU


29-30 August Le Mans France FFM
04-06 September Rijeka Croatia HMS
26-27 September TBC Pannoniaring Hungary MAMS
03-04 October Oschersleben Germany DMSB
17-18 October Lausitzring Germany DMSB
24-25 October Estoril Portugal FMP

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