Now Reading
2024 FIM World Sidecarcross Championship moves onto Czech Republic – Preview

2024 FIM World Sidecarcross Championship moves onto Czech Republic – Preview

Round four of the 2024 FIM World Sidecarcross Championship moves over the weekend of 1-2 June to the Czech Republic just days after the dust settled in Plomion, where so much happened. The single most important fact for the championship is that the red plate moved from Latvia to The Netherlands.

Words by Barry Nutley – Images by WSC

An outstanding ride by Koen Hermans and Ben van den Bogaart gave them a four-point series lead over the Lielbardis brothers after two races which also saw a debut Grand Prix overall victory for French champions Killian and Evan Prunier. The brothers were inspired and motivated by the huge enthusiasm of their adoring fans, and they did not disappoint.

Reigning champion Marvin Vanluchene, now third, admitted after the event they were not fast enough and vowed to find something extra in Kramolin.

Britons Brett Wilkinson and Joe Millard slipped to fourth in France but are still just seventeen points behind the leaders. They found the French track not ideally suited to their left-handed sidecar but are hoping the spectacular hillside track in Kramolin with prove to be a better prospect.

This popular circuit always attracts plenty of fans with camping facilities available, and there is bound to be strong representation from local teams eager to fight for world points.

A full programme, including the EMX Quadcross championship, will provide two days of complete entertainment and yet more thrills and upsets.

With three rounds from ten put to bed already, 2024 is shaping up to be an epic year, with so much at stake.

The live stream will bring you all the action from both sidecar and quad qualifying and racing across the entire weekend with details of how to buy your season or weekend pass here –

For tickets presale go to –