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Six round 2020 European Supercross Championship set for Estonia!

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Six round 2020 European Supercross Championship set for Estonia!



The 2020 European Supercross Championship (SXEC) is back with Twenty One Sport forging an agreement with the FIM Europe for the promotion of the European Supercross Championship for the next 3 years.

For 2020 the series will be exclusively in the Adrenalin Arena, Estonia, taking place over six rounds from the 4th to the 12th December. The Adrenalin Arena is one of the biggest stationary indoor motocross arenas in Europe with good facilities for both riders and spectators.

Take a few laps around the adrenalin arena 

There are three classes in 2020 with scope to increase this in 2021. They are Men’s, Women’s and Juniors with prize money for the Men’s and Women’s classes being equal.

A pre-registration is available on the website but spaces are limited.

Alessandro Sambuco, Secretary General FIM Europe :
“We are happy to start a collaboration that I hope will be long and fruitful in sporting terms with Twenty One Sport, our new Supercross Promoter. Having a promoter who takes care of the organization and promotion of the European Supercross Championship is essential to guarantee our riders the best conditions in which to deliver their performances and to encourage the development of their careers. It’s since 2017 that we no longer had a Promoter for the Supercross and we hope that the next three years, foreseen by the agreement, will serve Twenty One Sports to consolidate its continental position in this discipline”.

Kevin Pronier, Twenty One Sport President :
“For the next years I’ll be the promoter of the Supercross European Championship (SXEC) with two main categories: Men and Women and different classes. The main goal is to have a good Championship with the best European riders. We would like have between 4 and 5 races for this first year and to develop the Championship during the next 3 seasons. I’m very honoured by the confidence of FIM Europe and I will give my best to develop the Supercross European Championship and to make it a point of reference”.


Round 1 – 4th December
Round 2 – 5th December
Round 3 – 8th December
Round 4 – 9th December
Round 5 – 11th December
Round 6 – 12th December