FUNCHAL (PORTUGAL), 31 October 2010 – Last Wednesday 27th October Mr. Giuseppe Luongo, Youthstream’s President, and a delegation of Youthstream directors headed to the FFM’s headquarters in Paris to meet with the main representatives of the Fedederation Franeaise de Motocyclisme and the Moto Club Angerien, the two main parties involved in the 2011 Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations’ set up. The meeting produced the work plan for what will be a successful event.
In an acutely productive environment all the attendees expressed their will to make the 2011 Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations in Saint Jean d’Angely, France, on September 25 the best Motocross race of all times. Besides, Mr. Jacques Bolle, FFM’s President, in the name of the FFM confirmed their commitment to become more involved with the event and provide even more support to Youthstream and the Motoclub Angerien. This further involvement reinforces the very cooperative policy in between FFM and Youthstream which was started by the Federation’s former President Mr. Jean Pierre Mougin, another key figure attending the meeting.
Everyone agreed in the necessity to improve the general facilities and services of Saint Jean d’Angely in order to host a magnificent event such as the Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations. The track layout will be fine tuned by Youthstream and their track designers, the internet set up will be much reinforced, the spectators and the VIP’s will be offered the best possible viewing spots, but a lot more is in the plan.
In preparation to what will be the year’s biggest event, the French Grand Prix at St. Jean – set for June 5, 2011- would be the best possible test of the whole venue which will be fine tuned accordingly.
The list of personalities attending the meeting includes: Youthstream President Mr. Giuseppe Luongo, Youthstream Field Organization Director Mr. Nikos Gournaris, Youthstream Staff Organization Director Mr. Daniele Rizzi, Youthstream Project Manager Ms. Charlotte Apparu, FFM President Mr. Jacques Bolle, former FFM President Mr. Jean Pierre Mougin, FFM General Director Mr. Sebastien Poirier, FFM Sports and Regulation Director Mr. Vincent Chaumet-Riffaud, FFM Charge de mission Mr. Roland Bernard, President of the FFM Motocross Commission Mr. Jean-Claude Clavreul, Universal Events CEO Mr. Francis Magnanou, President of Motoclub Angerien Mr. Boissonnot and associates Mr. Faure and Mr. Laroche.
More information on the event as well as on ticket presales will be announced soon.
Photo from left to right: Mr. Jean Pierre Mougin, Mr. Jacques Bolle, Mr. Jean-Claude Clavreul, Mr. Francis Magnanou, Mr. Giuseppe Luongo, Mr. Daniele Rizzi, Mr. Nikos Gournaris, Ms. Charlotte Apparu
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