The main subject of a meeting that was held today in Tiber Hotel in Rome, and which involved a dedicated working group, coordinated by FIM Europe President, Dr. Wolfgang Srb, was to simplify and to harmonize the license systems in benefit of riders, federations and CONUs.
The working group was composed by Martin De Graaff, FIM Europe First Deputy President and Sporting Council President, Kurt Ljungqvist, SML Secretary General, Roy Wetterstad, Secretary General of Norwegian Federation, Stijn Rentmeesters, Secretary General of Belgian Federation, Jochen Schaefer, responsible for Motorcyclism Sport in German Federation, Sébastien Poirier, General Director of French Federation, Vincent Chaumet-Riffaud, Sport Director of French Federation, Alberto Rinaldelli, Secretary General of Italian Federation, Alessandro Sambuco, Secretary General of FIM Europe, and Silvia Monatti, secretary of the working group.
The working group discussed a renewed system of FIM licences, CONU licenses and international open events.
The proposals will be brought to FIM Europe management council which will be held in Riga on September 29th
The last round of 214 FIM Europe Supermoto European championship took place in Jesolo (Italy). With three riders in battle for the 2014 championship title a tough battle was expected. And the expectations come true. Finn Toni Klem (KTM) set the best time in Time practice on saturday, with Italian Fabrizio Bartolini (Honda) just behind him. And both faster than championship leader, Finn Asseri Kingelin (Aprilia).