Poznan (Poland) 14 July, 2016 – The FIM Supermoto World Championship is travelling to the north of Europe to celebrate the fourth Grand Prix. After last year’s successful debut S1GP of Poland returns to Racetrack “Pozna?” for the second year in a row that will be the arena of the show during this week-end where will also take place the fourth Round of Supermoto European Championship and will also be a range of Polish top riders competing in Polish Supermoto Championships and Polish Supermoto Cup.
The French World Champion TM Racing Thomas Chareyre after collecting three Grand Prix victories arrives in Poland with 145 confortable points.
The battle for the second position is closer as TM Degasoline Marc Reiner Schmidt has a seven points advantage over KTM MTR Pavel Kejmar.
Rounding out the fourth position is the Austrian HUSQVARNA Hollbacher Racing Lukas Hollbacher, at the moment SUZUKI Grau David Gimenez keeps the fifth position in S1GP Standings followed by his team mate and countryman Jose Luis Hernandez, KTM MTR Lionel Deridder, APRILIA Fast Wheels Asseri Kingelin who has retired from S1GP races, and Rumanians SUZUKI Grau Marius Lita and SUZUKI Arici Sorin Traistaru complete the current top ten of the Overall Standings.
Local rider Wojtek Ma?czak of Automobilklub Wielkopolski who last season attended the SM European Championship will debut in S1GP class for this race.
In S2 European Supermoto Championship the Czech SUZUKI Peter Vorlicek is leading the standings with 141 points.
Second in the Championship and 38 points behind is the countryman HONDA Milan Sitnianksy, with 95 points and third HONDA Gazza Racing Lorenzo Promutico.
TM SBD Giovanni Bussei who is back from an injury, YAMAHA Inside Motorsport Kevin Fagre and KTM MTR Romain Kaivers have the same points, TM Racing Diego Monticelli who on his home turf was clear leader is catching up rapidly in general classification after his crash in Albaida.
TM Racing Johan Llados, John Stambeck who will be absent this week-end and HONDA Gazza Racing Luca Ciaglia complete the Top Ten.
Saturday: S2 Free Practice1 10.45; S1GP Free Practice1 11.25; S2 Free Practice2 13.30; S1GP Free Practice2 14.10; S2 Time Practice 15.30; S1GP Time Practice 16.10; S1GP SuperChrono 16.45
Sunday: S2 Warm Up 10.30; S1GP Warm Up 11.00; S2 Race1 12.30; S1GP Race 1 13.30; S2 Race2 15.30; S2 Prize-giving Ceremony;S1GP Race2 16.30; S1GP Prize-giving Ceremony
In the photo: S1GP action