4 time World Supermoto Champion and current French Supermoto Champion Adrien Chareyre is retiring as a Pro Supermoto rider. He will still be riding select races for fun but not a full season. He will now focus on his new job at Dynamo3D selling 3D printers.
We wish Adrien all the best with his new endeavour and thank him for all the great years of Supermoto racing. He will be missed!
Check out the full interview about his retirement here
Do to the best interest of the riders, teams, and the race series, the November to be announced event has been canceled. Congrats to the 2014 champions, number one plates will be awarded at the AMA banquet in January. The AMA Supermoto staff has already shifted their focus to 2015 and plan to have a six race schedule released within the weeks to come. 2015 will bring new excitement to the AMA Supermoto National Championship, along with the return of already established success of the 2014 season.
Gage McAllister won the Open Pro class Championship, Sean Butterman won the Lites Championship and Mike Surratt is the Amateur National Champion.
Matt Winstanley on his Honda became the 450 Elite British Supermoto champion for 2014 with one round still to go as he now has a lead in the championship that can’t be overhauled by his nearest rivals.
So with three wins from three starts Winstanley was the overall winner and the new champion, with Hodgson second and Blakeman third, with Smith, Cornish and Todd filling the next three places.
In the Open Elite class it was again Winstanley followed by Todd and Hodgson with Cornish fourth despite his fall. The Open Elite championship will be the championship now to be decided at the final round next month.
With two wins and a second place Jordan Bannon completed a very successful weekend by wining the Open National class from a hard charging Ben Handley and Grant Fraser.
Almost ten thousand enthusiastic fans flocked to Italy to witness the ninth edition of the FIM Supermoto of Nations that saw Team France add to their historic Motocross of Nations victory in Latvia two weeks earlier. Thomas Chareyre, Adrien Chareyre and Sylvain Bidart got off to a difficult start but after three races they did enough to defeat the defending champions on home soil in Cremona. Team Germany were back on the box in third.
With fifteen of the twenty-one teams already qualified for the SMoN, there was still one last chance to make the main event, via the B Final on Sunday morning, where just one team place was up for grabs. All three riders from the remaining six non-qualified teams took to the grid and it was Belgium who came through with the lowest score, just five points from the first and fourth positions of Romain Kaivers and Jean Marc Gaillard. The sixth place from the third rider Sebastien Bouillon was not needed and so Belgium will line up for the SMoN.
The teams that failed to qualify were Sweden Junior, Estonia, Great Britain Junior, Latvia and Russia.
MXPTV, in association with Eyeball, captured the highlights of the final round of the FIM North America SuperMoto Series at Virginia International Raceway in Alton, VA. Watch the fun and intense race action from both on the dirt and on the tarmac as a successful season of SuperMoto comes to a close for the 2014 year.
Sylvain Bidart (Honda, Team Honda Luc1 Owatrol) had a perfect round with the best time during qualification and two beautiful race victories in which he left no chance to his opponents.
Stephane Blot(Yamaha, Team Blot) finished second overall with a second and third place in the races. It's Sylvain Dabert (KTM team Trebad), third and fourth in two races, going up on the third step of the podium.
Adrien Chareyre won the Championship of France 2014, though absent in this test due to participation in the Grand Prix of Estonia.
In the S2 class Adrien Goguet conquered top step of the podium, followed by Till de Clercq and Germain Vincenot. Adrien Goguet won the title of S2 Champion of France for the second consecutive year.
Under sunny skies and in front of a packed auditorium the final SMGP and SM2 European Championship did not disappoint as both Titles went right down to the wire, being decided in the final laps of the final races of the season.
Thomas Chareyere was crowned S1 World Champion for the third time on his Factory TM as Asseri Kingelin nervously held on to be crowned SM2 European champion on his Fast Wheels Aprilia.