Infront Moto Racing have announced an update on the upcoming editions of the FIM Junior Motocross World Championship.
Originally scheduled to take place on the 8th – 9th of August in Megalopolis, Greece, the 2020 edition of the event has been postponed to summer 2021 with the event date to be announced. Additionally, Moto Club Vantaa, Finland were due to host the FIM Junior Motocross World Championship event next year but will now instead host the world’s fastest youth riders in 2022, an important year for the FMNR (Finnish Motorcycle Federation) as it will celebrate their 100th anniversary and what a better occasion to mark that moment than hosting the prestigious 2022 FIM Junior Motocross World Championship.
ARIS AC in collaboration with ALMA AC will hold the 2021 event in Megalopolis, Greece, as ARIS-Megalopolis, located in the southern part in the country, will welcome back its first world championship event since the 2011 when the MX3 World Championship and the FIM Women’s Motocross World Championship took place.
While in 2022, Moto Club Vantaa will host the racing weekend in Finland. The circuit located 18km from Helsinki, will provide all the teams and spectators with a fantastic hard-pack circuit along with great on-site facilities.
With the FIM Junior World Championship and Junior World Cup organised for young 65cc, 85cc and 125cc riders, Infront Moto Racing now looks forward to two amazing events in Greece next summer and Finland the following year as we see the return of the highly anticipated youth event.