EMX 85 & 65 Qualifiers for the final in Loket

Alongside the grand prix classes at the MXGP of the Czech Republic at the end of the month, the single event EMX 85 and 65 European Championships are taking place. The riders have qualified for the 85 and 65 classes by taking place in one of the four zonal championships and finishing in the top-10 overall. The zones were separated into North West, South West, North East and South East geographical regions. It is worth saying that this is not a final entry list, just merely a list of riders who finished in the top-10 in their zone standings. Withdrawals due to injury or travel costs may occur.

85cc:
5 Ben Almagor – Israel – KTM
9 Luka Kunic – Croatia – Yamaha – South East Zone Champion
11 Zoltan Ordog – Romania – Yamaha
24 Hristian Georgiev – Bulgaria – KTM
31 Viktor Borislavov – Bulgaria – KTM
40 Laszlo Tecsi – Hungary – KTM
51 Dino Loncar – Croatia – Yamaha
73 Enola Samu – Croatia – KTM
111 Mia Ribic – Croatia – KTM
163 Mihai Dine – Romania – KTM
251 Simone Pavan – Italy – KTM
294 Valerio Lata – Italy – KTM
299 Davide Guillemot-Scheid – France – KTM
305 Antonio Gallego – Spain – KTM
310 Victor Puig – Spain – KTM
319 Quentin Prugnieres – France – Yamaha – South West Zone Champion
359 Maxime Grau – France – Husqvarna
373 Edgar Canet – Spain – KTM
396 Feruccio Zanchi – Italy – Husqvarna
398 Matteo Russi – Italy – KTM
405 Lucas Bruhn – Denmark – KTM – North West Zone Champion
419 Sacha Coenen – Belgium – Yamaha
424 Charlie Heyman – Great Britain – Husqvarna
432 Ivano van Erp – Netherlands – Yamaha
451 Julius Mikula – Czech Republic – KTM
456 Ollie Colmer – Great Britain – Husqvarna
515 Mads Fredsoe – Denmark – KTM
527 Andreas Jensen – Denmark – KTM
572 Cas Valk – Netherlands – Yamaha
593 Lucas Coenen – Belgium – Yamaha
654 Mikk Martin Lohmus – Estonia – KTM
691 Martins Platkevics – Latvia – KTM
711 Kirils Maslovs – Latvia – Husqvarna
743 Roberts Lusis – Latvia – KTM – North East Zone Champion
755 Kristers Janbergs – Latvia – Husqvarna
765 Edvards Bidzans – Latvia – Husqvarna
772 Karlis Reisulis – Latvia – KTM
774 Aleh Maknou – Belarus – KTM
784 Eldar Mukimkhanov – Russia – KTM
797 Zakhar Osmolovskii – Russia – KTM

65cc:
7 Miroslav Dimitrov – Bulgaria – KTM
8 Vencislav Toshev – Bulgaria – KTM
18 Nikola Dosev – Bulgaria – KTM
22 Ioan Chiujdea – Romania – Yamaha
26 Adam Horvath – Hungary – KTM
27 Ofir Tzemach – Israel – Husqvarna – South East Zone Champion
84 Luca Stefanescu – Romania – KTM
88 Ferenc Orlov – Hungary – KTM
96 Dani Tsankov – Bulgaria – Yamaha
101 Liviu Jigmond – Romania – Yamaha
211 Samuele Mecchi – Italy – Husqvarna
221 Filippo Mantovani – Italy – KTM
256 Basile Pigois – France – Husqvarna
258 Edoardo Martinelli – Italy – Husqvarna
259 Felix Cardineau – France – Husqvarna
266 Vaclav Janout – Czech Republic – KTM
286 Joel Canadas – Spain – KTM – South West Zone Champion
299 Cayenne Danion – France – Husqvarna
300 Salvador Perez – Spain – Yamaha
317 Niccolo Manini – Italy – Yamaha
401 Lotte Van Drunen – Netherlands – KTM
424 Dean Gregoire – Netherlands – KTM
434 Ray Van Gelder – Netherlands – Husqvarna
479 Vitezslav Marek – Czech Republic – KTM – North West Zone Champion
484 Dex Kooiker – Netherlands – Yamaha
522 Ashton Boughen – Great Britain – Yamaha
529 Maxime Lucas – Belgium – KTM
545 Anton Isaksson – Sweden – Husqvarna
574 Gyan Doensen – Netherlands – KTM
589 Tyla Van De Poel – Belgium – KTM
621 Piotr Kajrys – Poland – KTM
641 Tomass Saicans – Latvia – KTM
701 Marius Adomaitis – Lithuania – KTM
737 Ricards Galcins – Latvia – Husqvarna
738 Bartosz Jaworski – Poland – KTM
747 Semen Rybakov – Russia – KTM – North East Zone Champion
749 Ivan Dubatovkin – Russia – Husqvarna
751 Dawid Zaremba – Poland – KTM
772 Janis Reisulis – Latvia – KTM
793 Gregor Kuusk – Estonia – Husqvarna

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