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CEV Repsol continues promoting young talents

CEV Repsol continues promoting young talents

For 2013 those non-Spanish riders who are under 18 at the time of officially signing up for the entire season in the CEV Moto3™ class will be exempt from paying the registration fee.

Even if those riders turn 18 during the championship they will remain eligible. Furthermore, this measure will also apply to those riders already registered, who will likewise be eligible to benefit from this new rule.

With this positive initiative, the CEV Repsol championship aims to promote the development of the racing skills and experience of rookies who are on the verge of breaking into the professional circuit; it shows the CEV Repsol’s commitment to encouraging motorcycle racing at the grassroots level. No less interesting is the opportunity to get close to the asphalt of the best tracks where the CEV Repsol is to be disputed.

It is worth mentioning that the three young talents Francesco Bagnaia (Italy), Philipp Öttl (Germany) and Brad Binder (South Africa) - all now permanent riders in the Moto3™ category of the World Championship - stood out in the CEV 2012 by securing wins. Just as noteworthy were the performances of Álex Márquez and Juanfran Guevara, who on their own merits and thanks to their experiences in the CEV 2012 have now become permanent riders in the lower categories of the World Championship. They also both attained the top level of the podium in some of the races in last year’s CEV championship.

With only a few weeks to go, the CEV Repsol is gearing up for its debut at the Circuit de Catalunya, which will take place on 27th and 28th of April. For all relevant championship information, visit the official website: or the RFME website:

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