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Youth riders buzzing for World championship!

Youth riders buzzing for World championship!

EL MOLAR (Spain), 17 July 2015 – Things are really starting to heat up here in El Molar, Spain, where the world’s fastest young riders will go head to head for the 2015 FIM Junior 85cc and 125cc Motocross World Championship and 65cc European Open titles. Earlier this evening the opening ceremony took place on the fabulous podium here in sunny Spain. The atmosphere was absolutely buzzing as MXGP-TV presenter Lisa Leyland did the honors of presenting this great event to the riders and their crews.

Of the officials and organizers who spoke FIM/CMS Director, Mr. Tony Skillington, was the first to welcome everyone here to El Molar. Youthstream representative Miss Patricia Maskarova followed sharing her glee and thanks to the organizers and all of the nations in attendance. President of the Motorclub El Molar, Mr Jose Luis Alvarez, said “it has been a dream for us to host the FIM Junior Motocross World Championship here in El Molar, we have been working towards it for the last three or four years so we are thankful to Youthstream, the FIM and everyone here.” As a gesture of thanks, Youthstream presented Mr Jose Luis Alvarez with a gold plate for his efforts in organizing this event.

This year the FIM Ride Green foundation is running a competition, the Ride Green Cup. “A lot of tracks have been closed down because of the noise, it is in your hands to keep the noise down and the tracks open.” FIM Environmental Commission Miss Kattia Hernandez said, “use your social media networks Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and post with the hashtag #ridegreencup to play your part in our ride green campaign.”

One of the coolest things about winning a FIM Junior Motocross World title or the European Open 65cc title is that the winner will also receive a Scott Voltage mountain bike courtesy of our sponsor Scott Sports. Scott Sports representative Diego Clement presented the bikes that the three fastest juniors will be taking home and also invited everyone to a bike race that will take place here at the circuit in El Molar tomorrow at 5pm behind the media center.

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Wrapping up the day, all twenty-eight countries made up of one hundred and thirty three riders were welcomed to the stage for the opening ceremony. There was an awesome vibe and all of the teams look to be in good spirits as we head into what will be a hot weekend of racing.

Follow what is happening here in El Molar at the 2015 FIM Junior Motocross World Championship on our social media platforms, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram & Youtube.

All video content will be FREE to view online at or on our Youtube channel: MXGPTV.

In terms of television coverage, there will be no live coverage although all of the race highlights will be available online on We will also make a 26 minute video documenting the event,Behind the Gate, where you can see loads of never before seen footage where we go inside the teams and speak to the young riders. It will also include all of the race highlights from the weekend and a GoPro Lap of the track.

Behind the Gate at the FIM Junior Motocross World Championship’ will be broadcasted in Europe on Motors TV, Finland on MTV3, Croatia on Kreator TV, Slovenia and Portugal on Sport TV, South America and Asia on FOX SPORTS and Thailand on True Vision. It will also be available FREE to the world on Thursday 23rd at 12:00 (CET).

As for our American fans, CBS Sports Network will be screening a 44-minute show from the event which will be screened on July 26th at 3pm and re-aired on the 29th at 12:00pm July 26th at 3pm, reaired on 29th at 12:00pm.


All the photos of the FIM Junior Motocross World Championship will be available here



Saturday: 125cc Free Practice Group A 08:00; 125cc Free Practice Group B 08:30; 85cc Free Practice 09:00; European Open 65cc Free Practice 09:35; 125cc Group A Qualifying practice 10:15; 125cc Group B Qualifying practice 10:50; 85cc Qualifying practice 11:25; European Open 65cc Qualifying practice 12:05; 125cc Last chance Race 12:55; 85cc Last chance Race 13:30: Scott Cycling Event 17:00.

Sunday: 125cc Warm up 08:00; European Open 65cc Warm up 08:25; 85cc Warm up 08:50; European Open 65cc Race 1 10:40; 85cc Race 1 11:20; 125cc Race 1 12:10; European Open 65cc Race 2 13:10; 85cc Race 1 13:50; 125cc Race 1 14:40.