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 MRA Ireland - Governing Motocross, Quadcross, Sidecarcross, 
Enduro, Supermoto & Trials In Ulster 

ACR PR: Foxhill to stage the FIM Vintage MX World Cup 2024

The FIM Vintage Motocross World Cup 2024 will be staged at the iconic Foxhill circuit in Great Britain over the weekend of 13-14 July, when a new World Cup Winner in FIM Vintage Motocross will be crowned.

A one-off event for 2024, it is open to riders aged thirty-five to sixty-five who will compete in a single Evo Open class for two-stroke motorcycles manufactured from 1989 to 2004 with an engine capacity of between 125cc and 550cc, giving riders the opportunity to chase the dream and run away with the title of FIM World Cup Winner over just one weekend. 

Run alongside a round of the British Motocross Championship, the simple format will give competitors from all over the world two practice sessions – one free and one timed - followed by an opening fifteen-minute plus one lap race on Saturday plus another two thrilling similar races on Sunday. The winner will be decided by the the overall score after the three races, all this for an attractive entry fee set by the Organisers: Langrish Motorcycle Club & RHL Activities.

Foxhill was the setting for a string of epic British Motocross Grands Prix in the 1990s with riders of the calibre of Stefan Everts, Alessio Chiodi, Sebastien Tortelli and Yves Demaria all winning there. Set in a steep-sided valley, the track is rated by Everts – the most successful Motocross racer of all time – as one of his favourites as he led Belgium to victory there in the 1998 FIM Motocross of Nations.

For more information regarding the Entry Procedure, Supplementary Regulations prepared by the FIM and ACU, please click below.



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