JWMXC to Italy?

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The 2018 Junior World Motocross Championships was held down under at Horsham, and the understanding KJ was left with, the 2019 instalment was to be Russia. Politically it was an interesting move since the American’s had ended a sabbatical competing in Australia only to have the next year head to Russia. It will be interesting if the American’s turn up with the JWMXC slated for the 13-14 July, and Loretta Lynns slated for 29th July to the 4th August.

YOUTHSTREAM PRESS RELEASE: (https://www.mxgp.com/news/fim-junior-motocross-world-championship-trentino-2019)

MONACO (Principality of Monaco) 20 May 2019 – Youthstream is proud to announce the venue and timing of the 2019 FIM Junior Motocross World Championship and FIM Junior Motocross World Cup! On the 13-14th of July 2019, Junior Motocross riders from around the world will head to the famous circuit of Trentino in Italy’s North.

The event will return to Italy 8 years after its last visit in 2011. The 2019 edition will take place at the same venue as the MXGP and MX2 World Championship of Pietramurata. The two-day event will host practice and qualifying sessions Saturday followed by the racing of the three classes, 125cc, 85cc, and 65cc, on Sunday. Riding for themselves and also their country with the results of nations makes the event one of a kind and always creates a great atmosphere of both comradery and competition.

The world-class facility has been a long time favourite of riders and fans with its stunning backdrop and amazing surroundings. The venue, aside from being in one of the most passionate motocross countries in the world, is easily accessible from the nearby cities of Milan, Venice, and Verona.

The FIM Junior Motocross World Championship includes the 125cc and 85cc two-stroke categories plus the 65cc FIM Junior Motocross World Cup. Along with returning competitors and even previous champions the junior rising talents of motocross will all be going to Trentino from different countries racing at the unique race for the chance to become an FIM Junior Motocross World Champion!

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