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French Tracks Open from Monday 11th May

More positive news for our sport with French tracks are to open from Monday 11th May. Racing is still not allowed until 1st August with events under 500 people and major events with more than 500 people attending will be allowed from September 1st. This is great news for the MXoN which is due to get underway on September 27th at Ernee.

Read the full PR from the FFM (Fédération Française de Motocyclisme) below.


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Interior Minister Christophe Castaner confirmed yesterday, Thursday May 7, during the presentation of the deconfinement plan alongside the Prime Minister “That in sporting matters will be authorized the individual sporting practice outside”.
The FFM licensees will therefore be able to resume training on Monday, May 11.

The FFM and the FFSA (French Federation of Motor Sports) have jointly made proposals to the Ministry of Sports in order to define the conditions for resuming motorized activities.

Their validations must take place within the next few days and will be communicated in the process.

Regarding the competitions and as they are, government instructions may resume on August 1 for demonstrations of less than 5,000 people.

The FFM recalls that the success of deconfinement is the responsibility of all and respect for health rules.

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Photo Credit – Juan Pablo Acevedo

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