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2004 World Motocross Grand Prix Schedule

Published September 28th, 2003

And the World SuperMoto schedule. Both are subject to FIM approval at the biennial session in October.



Motocross:

  • March 21 Belgium/Flanders (Zolder)
  • March 28 Spain (Bellpuig)
  • April 4 Portugal (Agueda)
  • April 25 The Netherlands (Lichtenvoorde)
  • May 2 Germany (Teutschenthal)
  • May 16 Belgium/Wallonie (Spa)
  • May 30 England (Arreton, Isle of Wight)
  • June 6 France (St Jean d’Angely)
  • June 13 Italy (Gallarate)
  • June 27 Austria (Kärntenring)
  • July 4 Sweden (Uddevalla)
  • August 1 Czech Republic (Loket)
  • August 8 Belgium (Lommel)
  • August 29 Germany/Europe (Gaildorf)
  • September 11 (Sat) Ireland (Ballykelly)
  • September 24 (Fri) South Africa (Sun City)

  • Motocross des Nations – October 3 – The Netherlands (Lierop)




SuperMoto:

  • May 9 Austria (Melk)
  • May 23 Italy
  • June 20 France (Toulouse / Muret)
  • July 11 Ireland
  • July 18 Great Britain (Lydd)
  • July 25 Czech Republic (Sosnova)
  • September 5 Belgium (Spa)
  • September 19 Germany (Sachsenring)
  • October 10 Belgium/Flanders
  • October 17 Spain (Finestrat)
  • November 7 Romania
  • November 14 Greece (Creta)
  • December 3 (Fri) Lybia (Tripoli)
  • December 10 (Fri) United Arab Emirates (Dubai)


“Youthstream would like to thank the FIM for entrusting us with Motocross and SuperMoto,” Mr. Giuseppe Luongo, President of Youthstream, “The organizers are the back bone of our two Championships, without their full support and belief in our future programme it would have not been possible to be able to build up such strong calendars like these. I am very proud to be bringing MX1 back with 16 events and to take the Grand Prix to overseas countries like South Africa, and to bring Motocross back to the very traditional Motocross countries like England and Ireland. SuperMoto is continuing to grow and 2004 will bring new gaols; the arrival of the S2 (450cc) class, the stabilization of the calendar and the arrival of new manufacturers and teams. In 2004, S1 will have reached it’s highest level ever – and we all should be proud of being a part of this.”



Youthstream has also confirmed Mr. Pascal Haudiquert will continue his work in Motocross as a Press Officer together with Anne-Gaëlle Perennes.






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