The seven races long German Supermoto Championship starts at Harsewinkel and ends in late September in Stendal (Saxony-Anhalt). To introduce the pilots there is a show-race on March 15 in Saarbrucken.
There will be brand new classes in the 2015 season. There will be no subdivision according to the engine capacity of motorcycles, but only according to the skill of the rider. So the S2 class is no more.
The top class is the International German Championship S1. Here the best German riders battle against strong competition from other European countries.
The prize money is €15.000 for added incentive.
New is the national DMSB championship. Here the cards are all shuffled. Young talents from the junior classes meet experienced private and motocross riders, an interesting mix. Eligible are only DMSB licensees at levels A or B.
In the German Supermoto Cup P3 experienced riders and young riders are at the start. The S3 class is for youngsters with 250cc machines, the only class with age and capacity limitation.
For the ambitious amateur pilots Trophy T4 is also new. Divided into a northern and south series here can be battled for the championship with a reasonable budget and a C license. For beginners and occasional riders E5 class is offered at many races where you can start with a simple event license. A special class is the Ü40 in which can be driven with all licenses. The main thing is that the rider is at least 40 years of age. The field is actually already fully booked here with 40 entrants. For all other championship classes, the enrollment period ends on 8 March.
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