29/07/2017 - 30/07/2017
The FIM Junior Motocross World Championship 2017 is the highest level motorcycling sports event that has ever been organized in Estonia. There are three competition classes participating in the FIM Junior World Championship, the 65cc, 85cc and 125cc. There will be up to 200 competitors from nearly 30 countries.
Each Federation can enter a maximum of 5 riders in each class of the 2017 FIM Junior Motocross World Championship/Cup; the FMNR can enter 7 riders.
Any rider participating in this meeting must:
- have the appropriate age;
- be holder of a passport of the country he represents;
- be holder of a valid 2017 FIM Junior Motocross World Championship/Cup licence issued by any FMN;
- be holder of a starting authorisation to participate in the event from the FMN that issued the FIM licence.
Once the entry has been approved by the FMN concerned, the FMN in question must send the entry form to the FIM before the closing date of entries.
Entries for the 2017 FIM Junior Motocross World Championship/Cup must be made before the closing date of entries: 27 June 2017.
– FIM 65cc Junior Motocross World Cup: Minimum age: 10 years, Maximum age: 12 years. Riders born between: 1st January 2005 and 27 July 2007.
– FIM 85cc Junior Motocross World Championship: Minimum age: 12 years, Maximum age: 14 years. Riders born between: 1st January 2003 and 27 July 2005.
– FIM 125cc Junior Motocross World Championship: Minimum age: 13 years, Maximum age: 17 years. Riders born between: 1st January 2000 and 27 July 2004.
The limit for the minimum age starts at the date of the rider’s birthday.The limit for the maximum age finishes at the end of the calendar year in which the rider reaches the age of 12 (65cc class), 14 (85cc class) and 17 years (125cc class).
Ticket information: https://www.ticketer.ee/juunioride-motokrossi-maailmameistrivoistlused/
Ride Green Cup Criteria 2017
I Technical criteria related to the operation of motor vehicles
1. Comply with the accepted FIM Rules (sound level, fuel quality, tyres, etc)
2. Use the environmental mat to prevent soil pollution and leakage of petrol, oil or other hazardous substances to the ground.
3. Only use the Washing Area to wash the bikes.
4. Use separate containers for different kinds of waste (containers for oil, cloth covered with waste, coolants, etc).
5. Keep the Living Area clean.
II Criteria related to the active team participation in the environmental education of the participants and spectators of the event.
1. Posting the team pictures of environmental actions with the hashtag #ridegreen2017 on Instagram to draw the public’s attention on environmental matters.
2. Committing to environment and green thinking by planting a tree in Lange Motokeskus.
3. Sharing their environmental activities on other social networks.
More information www.langemotokeskus.com