The FIA European Autocross Championship will kick off on 28 and 29 June on the Bauska-Musa circuit in Latvia.
In grunt to address the continuing difficulties attributable to the COVID-19 pandemic and the hope that many dart restrictions wants to be lifted as the summer approaches, the FIA European Autocross Championship calendar has been thoroughly reorganised.
A lot of adjustments needed to be made. The Seelow note, which was presupposed to delivery the season on Might possibly perhaps just 16, did no longer acquire the mandatory authorisations to organise its tournament. Matschenberg, the second German round on the programme, scheduled for 29 June, did no longer acquire its organisational allow both. Nova Paka, within the Czech Republic, asked to be allowed to assign off its July tournament to the principle weekend of September, in grunt so that you just would possibly possibly welcome spectators.
In step with these cancellations and adjustments, the FIA Off-Highway Payment has now well-liked a revised calendar. Firstly scheduled for the origin of June, the pair of events in Musa in Latvia and Vilkyciai in Lithuania will remove the dates now left vacant by Matschenberg and Nova Paka, specifically June 29 and July 4.
Then, with out any swap of the on the origin announced dates, the events of St-Georges-de Montaigu in France (18 July), Toldijk within the Netherlands (1 August) and Prerov within the Czech Republic (22 August) will note. Three levels will uncover the competitors in September, with Nova Paka (5 September), St-Igny-de-Vers in France (19 September) and Maggiora in Italy (26 September). The European tour will result in Spain, in Mollerusa (10 October), the keep, along with to the Senior Rotten Cars and the Junior Rotten Car Academy Trophy, the three classes of Autocross Buggies will moreover happen.
Having every lost a round with the cancellation of the German events, the Senior Rotten Car competitors enjoy had St-Georges added to their programme (changing Matschenberg), while the Academy Trophy will focus on over with Toldijk as a replace of Seelow.
Hyperlink to the revised 2021 FIA European Autocross (& Rotten Car) Championship calendar : https://www.fia.com/events/european-autocross-championship/season-2021/events-calendar
Hyperlink to the entry kinds for competitors and drivers : http://registrations.fia.com/autocross