Albaida (Spain) 28 April, 2016 - After the start of the season in Jerez de la Frontera the FIM Supermoto World Championship and the European Supermoto Championship had almost one month off and are now ready for the second Round that will be held always in Spain, in Albaida. It is going be the first time that the track of Albaida hosts a S1GP and everybody is very excited for the response of the fans, as well as the new track with 820 metres of asphalt and 290 metres of offroad.
Albaida is a locality and Spanish municipality placed in the central part of the region of Albaida's Valley, in the province of Valencia, Valencian Community.
The Albaida MC organised a lot of races of Comunidad Valenciana Championship and Spanish Championship of Motocross and Minivelocidad.
A lots of works have been made to host the S1GP, S2 and three class of SM Spanish Championship this upcoming week-end, an huge enthusiasm for S1GP of Comunitat Valenciana that will become a steady appointment for every years.
TM Factory Thomas Chareyre left the GP of Spain with the Red Plate on his bike heading the S1GP standings with 50 points. The French was unbeaten in the first Grand Prix of the season and won both heats with great authority so his goal for this week-end is to confirm his leadership.
TM Degasoline Marc Reiner Schmidt had not fantastic qualification in Jerez but on Sunday he had a great performance and he ended in second, now he wants prove to everybody that he is ready to win the Title also in S1GP after have won the European last season.
Other candidates who will be fighting for the top positions are HUSQVARNA Hollbacher Racing Lukas Hollbacher who closed the podium last race and he will do his best to confirm his position and KTM MTR Pavel Kejmar who tested this track in these days and his goal is to repeat his first position as he did in Colombia last year.
Fifth position in World Championship Standings is for APRILIA Fast Wheels Asseri Kingelin followed by the home riders SUZUKI Grau Jose Luis Hernandez and David Gimenez who will count with the publics’ support to improve their positions.
Others permanent riders were added from this GP as the Belgian KTM MTR Lionel Deridder and HUSABERG Ignasi Codina Plaza who have recently became fathers and that’s why they were absent at Jerez.
Sixteen riders coming from eight different Countries with the best SM National Champions and six Manufacturers are ready to give their best on Valencian soil.
SUZUKI Petr Vorlicek was the winner of the opening Round in Jerez and arrived in Albaida with 47 comforting points but the big surprise of the first Round of Supermoto European Championship was TM SBD Racing Giovanni Bussei who reached the podium with a second position and his goal is win again this week-end but he has only one point more ahead of HONDA Milan Sitniansky.
TM Racing Factory Diego Monticelli is determined to move up and achieve the podium this week-end, closes the top five position the Sweden YAMAHA Inside Motorsport Kevin Fagre with only one point less than Monticelli.
Saturday: S2 Free Practice1 10.45; S1GP Free Practice1 11.25; S2 Free Practice2 13.30; S1GP Free Practice2 14.40; S2 Time Practice 15.30; S1GP Time Practice 16.10; S1GP SuperChrono 16.45
Sunday: S2 Warm Up 9.30; S1GP Warm Up 10.00; S2 Race1 11.15; S1GP Race 1 12.15; S2 Race2 13.30; S2 Prize-giving Ceremony;S1GP Race2 14.30; S1GP Prize-giving Ceremony
In the photo: aerial circuit view