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20 Feb 2022 • Matterley Basin, Great Britain

06 Mar 2022 • Mantova, Italy

20 Mar 2022 • Villa La Angostura, Patagonia-Argentina

03 Apr 2022 • Agueda, Portugal

10 Apr 2022 • Pietramurata, Italy

24 Apr 2022 • Kegums, Latvia

01 May 2022 • Orlyonok, MFR

15 May 2022 • Riola Sardo, Italy

29 May 2022 • intu Xanadù-Arroyomolinos, Spain

05 Jun 2022 • Ernee, France

12 Jun 2022 • Teutschenthal, Germany

26 Jun 2022 • Samota-Sumbawa, Indonesia

03 Jul 2022 • Jakarta, INA

17 Jul 2022 • Loket, Czech Republic

24 Jul 2022 • Lommel, Flanders (BEL)

07 Aug 2022 • Uddevalla, Sweden

14 Aug 2022 • litti-KymiRing, Finland

21 Aug 2022 • St Jean d’Angely, France

04 Sep 2022 • Afyonkarahisar, Turkey

18 Sep 2022 • TBA

25 Sep 2022 • RedBud, FIM MXoN

HISTORY

The Motocross World Championship is the most important Championship for the Motocross category.

It has been organized by the FIM (International Motorcycling Federation) since 1957, when it took over from the previous European Championship.

Initially, the competition is reserved only for 500 cc motorcycles, grouped into a single category.

Later, starting from 1962, a second category was added to the Championship, while in 1975 a third one was added: these are, respectively, the 250 and 125 categories.

A crucial and turning point year for Motocross is 2004, since, by virtue of technological advances in engines and respect for the environment, the FIM changes the rules by introducing four-stroke engines and changing the name of the categories to MX1 , MX2 and MX3, in descending order of displacement.

In the same year, the MX1 class becomes the premier class, which from 2014 is renamed MXGP.

Still in 2014, the MX3 class is abolished.

Today each round of the Motocross World Championship takes place in the form of two races per weekend, each of which is part of the Championship count.

The weekly Grands Prix are won by the rider who has scored the most points, taking into account the position in race 1 and race 2.
In case of a tie, the rider who achieved the best position in race 2 wins.

The rider who scores the most points overall, adding those accumulated during the various races held, wins the Championship.

The Grands Prix are held in different locations, each different from the other, every weekend, on the same circuit, so as to increase the turnout of the public.

As for the World Championship, the official practices are held on Saturday and the actual races are held on Sunday.

In Italy, the event is broadcast by the following TV channels: Eurosport, RAI Sport, Automoto TV and Motorsport TV.

MXGP ACADEMY

The MXGP Academy was born with the intention of setting itself two fundamental objectives.

The first is to attract as many young people worldwide as possible, in order to choose Motocross as sporting activity.

The second is to help these young talents and enthusiasts realize their dream of becoming World Star Motocross riders.

To face these challenges, the MXGP Academy is aware of how assistance to the riders alone is not enough: effective support from the entourage of the riders themselves is necessary.

For this reason, in addition to the training sessions and masterclasses organized for the riders, the academy organizes seminars and meetings dedicated to parents, coaches and representatives of the Federation involved in Motocross.

In addition to these activities, the MXGP Academy regularly publishes, through all possible media channels, news, reports and information on everything related to its initiatives.

FOR SPONSORS

VIP Gold Skybox

The VIP Gold Skybox package offers the best possible MXGP experience, including a pass valid for the entire race weekend that guarantees access to:

  • MXGP headquarters;
  • the MXGP Paddock, to be close to the riders, teams, companies and not to miss any scheduled activities;
  • the VIP Gold Skybox restaurant, located next to the track, to enjoy excellent food while watching the races;
  • the famous and exclusive Skybox terrace, located just behind the starting grid of the circuits, to appreciate the most exclusive view of both the track and the podium;
  • parking.

A delicious breakfast awaits all guests of the VIP Gold Skybox on Saturday and Sunday morning, followed by a tasty and freshly prepared lunch.

In the afternoon, a fine selection of gourmet snacks will be available and, throughout the day, an open-bar service offering coffee, tea and soft drinks will be available to guests.

VIP Camping

The VIP Camping pass allows you to park your camper or motorhome in the living area or another privileged position nearby the Paddock at the selected MXGP race.

Campers are allowed at the following times:

  • Friday from 15:00 to 19:30.
  • Saturday from 08:00 to 11:00.

The ticket DOES NOT include access to the event, it only provides a parking space.
Personal access tickets will need to be purchased in addition to this package.

The VIP Camping pass is the ideal choice for those who want to stay close to the Paddock for the whole weekend!

Wanna know more? Contact us! Our team will be happy to offer you a completely free consultation for the sponsorship of the Motocross World Championship!