Lucas Bos Extends Championship Lead While Ryan Gabriel Claims First Overall Win at Rounds Three and Four of 2024 Junior e-Motocross Series

Lucas Bos topped the timesheets on Saturday at round three of the 2024 Junior e-Motocross Series, steering his KTM SX-E 5 to victory in race two. The Frenchman extended his lead in the overall standings to an impressive 24 points. On Sunday, it was Austrian Ryan Gabriel who came out on top at round four, the second round of the double-header at the MXGP of Czech Republic.

Hosting rounds three and four of the 2024 Junior e-Motocross Series, the hard-pack circuit in Loket, Czech Republic, was perfect for the 40 youngsters lining up to compete. Both days saw riders take on a timed practice session, followed by two seven-minute-plus-one-lap-races. In the first timed practice session of the weekend, it was Austria’s Ryan Gabriel who topped the timesheets on his Husqvarna EE 5, with Alexander Bihimann and Lucas Bos coming in second and third.

Saturday’s first race saw Alexander Bihimann dominate, leading the whole race to come out on top aboard his GASGAS MC-E 5. Securing his best result of the series so far, it was Belgium’s Roan Calado Reyes who took second place on the last lap after lying in third for the first two laps. Ryan Gabriel rounded out the top three in race one.

Race two belonged to series leader Lucas Bos, who steered his KTM SX-E 5 to victory in Loket. Taking the lead on the second lap, the French youngster then maintained it for the rest of the race to secure his spot on the top of the podium, taking the overall round three win at the same time. Just three seconds behind Bos was fellow Frenchman Mathis Negre in second, with Austria’s Raphael Edlinger in third.

Sunday morning saw the enthusiastic young riders line up for round four of the Junior e-Motocross Series. Ryan Gabriel put in the fastest time again in the second timed practice of the weekend, making his intentions clear ahead of the upcoming two races.

Lucas Bos, fuelled by his win in race two on Saturday, took control in Sunday’s race one and moved into the lead by lap two, maintaining it until the finish to claim the victory. Ryan Gabriel secured a solid runner-up finish, with current championship runner-up Alexander Bihimann coming home in third.

Race two saw a new victor emerge, with Austria’s Raphael Edlinger claiming his first victory of the series after leading the race from start to finish. Collecting another runner-up finish and proving that consistency is key, Ryan Gabriel put in an excellent ride to secure the overall round four win. Third place went to Denmark’s Vitus Horsebog who finished less than a second behind Gabriel.

The Junior e-Motocross series entertained the packed crowds at the MXGP of Czech Republic, showcasing the capability of the Husqvarna, KTM, and GASGAS machines as well as the talent of the next generation of riders. After four exciting rounds of racing, the 2024 Junior e-Motocross series comes to a close in Fraunfeld, Switzerland, on August 24-25 for round five.

Lucas Bos: “I’m so happy to have won on Saturday, and it’s really exciting that I am leading the championship. I’m going to work really hard before Switzerland so hopefully I can win the series there!”

Ryan Gabriel: “I can’t believe I finally got my first overall win at round four! It’s a great feeling and I have enjoyed racing in Loket all weekend. I’m excited for the last round of the series in Switzerland.”

Jonas Moutin Dominates in Germany at Round Two of the 2024 Junior e-Motocross Series

Jonas Moutin has emerged victorious in Teutschenthal at round two of the 2024 Junior e-Motocross Series after securing a commanding race win on Saturday. The KTM SX-E 5 mounted French youngster put in an impressive ride in front of a packed crowd at the MXGP of Germany.

Just two weeks on from the season opener, the 2024 Junior e-Motocross Series headed to the valley of Teutschenthal, Germany, one of the most iconic circuits on the MXGP calendar, for round two. The action kicked off with a timed practice session, followed by the first of the weekend’s two scheduled seven-minute-plus-one-lap races. With a full start gate made up of passionate young riders of 12 different nationalities, it made for some exciting racing. As he did in France, Lucas Bos went fastest in timed practice, ahead of fellow Frenchmen Mathis Negre and Jonas Moutin.

Race one saw plenty of exciting battles as the youngsters took on the fan-favourite MXGP circuit. Fuelled by his race win at round one, it was Jonas Moutin who came out on top on his KTM SX-E 5 for the second time this season after battling with Alexander Bihimann in the early stages of the race. GASGAS MC-E 5 mounted Bihimann ultimately secured second place ahead of Vitus Horseborg, despite the Danish rider piling on the pressure in the final few laps.

Unfortunately, following the first race, a meeting was held with Infront Moto Racing, organisers of the FIM MXGP World Championship, and it was decided that the second race would be cancelled due to track conditions following heavy rain on Saturday.

Racing in front of the packed hillsides of fans in Teutchenthal, the Junior e-Motocross Series provided no shortage of entertainment for fans at the MXGP of Germany. The series showcases not only the skill of the future generation of motocross stars, but also the remarkable capability of their electric machines. The 2024 Junior e-Motocross Series heads to Loket, Czech Republic for more action at round three on July 20-21.

Jonas Moutin: “I’m really happy to have got my first overall win! At round one I won one of the races, but not overall, so it’s really exciting to have done that this weekend. Thanks to everyone who helped me get here and I can’t wait for the next round.”

Victory at Home for Lucas Bos at Opening Round of 2024 Junior e-Motocross Series in France

19.05.2024 News News 2024 Press Releases

Lucas Bos has secured the overall win on home soil at the opening round of the 2024 Junior e-Motocross series after winning race one and finishing as runner-up in race two. Competing on a KTM SX-E 5, the young French rider put in a commanding performance all weekend on the hillsides of St Jean d’Angely at the MXGP of France.

The technical St Jean d’Angely circuit in France hosted the 2024 Junior e-Motocross season opener, where a near full gate of riders took to the line. Beginning with a timed practice session on Saturday morning followed by the first of two seven-minute-plus-one-lap races, eager young riders from twelve different countries took on the iconic MXGP track. It was France’s Lucas Bos who topped the timesheets for the first time over the weekend on his KTM SX-E 5, ahead of Mathis Negre and Ryan Gabriel.


The first race of the series provided no shortage of entertainment, with some impressive battles happening throughout. Keeping his momentum from timed practice, Lucas Bos took the lead on lap two and maintained it for the rest of the race to secure his first victory. Just behind Bos, a three-way battle for second place was ongoing between Ryan Gabriel, Alexander Bihimann, and Vitus Horseborg. Ultimately, it was Austria’s Gabriel who clinched second place on the final lap aboard his Husqvarna EE 5, with Alexander Bihimann rounding out the top three on his GASGAS MC-E 5.

Race two saw a new victor emerge as Jonas Moutin took the win over Lucas Bos, also on home soil. The French pair traded places for the duration of the race, but it was Jonas, on his KTM SX-E 5, who took the lead on the final lap, leaving Lucas in second. Denmark’s Vitus Horsebog had an excellent start, going into lap one in fourth, which he managed to one-up by the finish line, going third-fastest in race two just five seconds behind Moutin.

The Junior e-Motocross series drew plenty of spectators, with the fan-favourite track suiting the enthusiastic young riders and demonstrating the impressive capability of their machines. After a thrilling opening round, the 2024 Junior e-Motocross series continues in two weeks’ time at the MXGP of Germany in Teutschenthal on June 2-3.

Lucas Bos: “I’m really happy to have won overall, especially after winning yesterday. I loved racing in the championship last year so to win now is amazing. Thank you to my family and my sponsors for helping me get here, I can’t wait for the next races.”

Race Weekend Overall:

1. Lucas Bos (FRA, KTM), 47 points;
2. Jonas Moutin (FRA, KTM), 39 p.;
3. Vitus Horsebog (DEN, GAS), 38 p.;
4. Alexander Bihlmann (GER, GAS), 36 p.;
5. Ryan Gabriel (AUT, HUS), 36 p.;

Timoteï Cez Continues To Dominate The 2023 Junior e-Motocross Series With Another Double Race Victory In Germany

13.06.2023 News News 2023

Maintaining his perfect season of race wins, France’s Timoteï Cez charged to a stunning pair of victories aboard his GASGAS MC-E 5 at round three of the 2023 Junior e-Motocross Series in Germany. Placing second and keeping the pressure on Cez all weekend long was British racer Austin Edwards (KTM) who climbed onto the overall podium for the first time this year  with Asan Quesada (KTM) from Spain rounding out the rostrum in third.

Another full line-up of 40 enthusiastic young riders from across Europe made their way to Teutschenthal in Germany for round three of the 2023 European Junior e-Motocross Series. The technical circuit offered very similar conditions to those seen at the previous round in France, with deep ruts creating a challenging race track. With the track at its smoothest for Saturday morning’s qualifying session, series leader Cez posted the fastest time ahead of Edwards and Quesada.

Leading every lap of race one, Cez rode faultlessly to take his fifth win from five starts only this time, Edwards matched the Frenchman’s pace throughout the seven-minute-plus-one-lap moto. Crossing the line just over one second from victory, Austin thoroughly enjoyed recording his best result of the season so far. The fight for third was equally as close with Quesada successfully fending off a hard-charging Jordan Cadenel (Husqvarna) from France for the final spot on the podium.

The second moto results mirrored race one with Cez taking the win over Edwards while in another close battle for third, KTM SX-E 5 rider Quesada kept Cadenel at bay for the duration of the moto.

The 2023 European Junior e-Motocross Series now heads to Germany for the third stop of the series on the weekend of June 10-11, running alongside the MXGP of Germany at the historic Teuschenthal race track.

Overall, Cez stood on top of the podium and now leads the series by 28 points over the consistent Cadenel with two rounds remaining. Quesada advances from fifth to third following his strong rides in Germany with Camronn Gautier (KTM) and Edwards placed fourth and fifth respectively.

The 2023 European Junior e-Motocross Series concludes on the weekend of July 15-16 with a double header event at the Loket circuit in the Czech Republic. The penultimate event takes place on the Saturday with the fifth and decisive final round taking place on Sunday.

Timoteï Cez: “It’s great to win again. The track was similar to France with all the deep ruts and it was really technical. It was close in the first race. Austin was riding really well and he was right behind me the whole time so I had to ride smart and not make any mistakes. I’ve got a nice lead in the series standings but there are still four races to go. I like the track in Loket and I can’t wait to go there and race next month.”

MXe Race 1 – Top 10 Classification: 1. Timoteï Cez (FRA, GASGAS), 9:06.975; 2. Austin Edwards (GBR, KTM), +0:06.348; 3. Adan Quesada (ESP, KTM), +0:23.425; 4. Jordan Cadenel (FRA, GASGAS), +0:24.822; 5. Camronn Gautier (FRA, KTM), +0:32.171; 6. Eddi Haustein (GER, KTM), +0:35.196; 7. Richard Monzer (GER, KTM), +0:52.936; 8. Mathis Negre (FRA, KTM), +0:58.511; 9. Lenny Adel Menad (FRA, GASGAS), +0:59.893; 10. Ryan Gabriel (AUT, Husqvarna), +1:03.525

MXe Race 2 – Top 10 Classification: 1. Timoteï Cez (FRA, GASGAS), 8:54.448; 2. Austin Edwards (GBR, KTM), +0:01.193; 3. Adan Quesada (ESP, KTM), +0:14.551; 4. Jordan Cadenel (FRA, GASGAS), +0:15.275; 5. Oskar Walter (GER, KTM), +0:29.784; 6. Eddi Haustein (GER, KTM), +0:50.036; 7. Leo Veinbergs (LAT, KTM), +0:51.162; 8. Camronn Gautier (FRA, KTM), +0:51.902; 9. Alejandro Mellado Palomino (ESP, KTM), +0:51.922; 10. Ryan Gabriel (AUT, Husqvarna), +0:54.420

MXe Overall – Top 10 Classification: 1. Timoteï Cez (FRA, GAS), 50 points; 2. Austin Edwards (GBR, KTM), 44 p.; 3. Adan Quesada (ESP, KTM), 40 p.; 4. Jordan Cadenel (FRA, GAS), 36 p.; 5. Eddi Haustein (GER, KTM), 30 p.; 6. Camronn Gautier (FRA, KTM), 29 p.; 7. Richard Monzer (GER, KTM), 22 p.; 8. Lenny Adel Menad (FRA, GAS), 22 p.; 9. Ryan Gabriel (AUT, HUS), 22 p.; 10. Alejandro Mellado Palomino (ESP, KTM), 22 p

MXe Championship – Top 10 Classification: 1. Timoteï Cez (FRA, GAS), 150 points; 2. Jordan Cadenel (FRA, HUS), 122 p.; 3. Adan Quesada (ESP, KTM), 102 p.; 4. Camronn Gautier (FRA, KTM), 95 p.; 5. Austin Edwards (GBR, KTM), 91 p.; 6. Lucas Bos (FRA, KTM), 86 p.; 7. Eddi Haustein (GER, KTM), 65 p.; 8. Alejandro Mellado Palomino (ESP, KTM), 58 p.; 9. Ryan Gabriel (AUT, HUS), 53 p.; 10. Riccardo Galia (ITA, GAS), 51 p

French Star Timoteï Cez Maintains Winning Ways To Top Second Round of 2023 Junior e-Motocross Series

22.05.2023 News News 2023

Racing in front of his home crowd for round two of the 2023 Junior e-Motocross Series, Timoteï Cez was once again unbeatable aboard his GASGAS MC-E 5 as the young French racer won both races to extend his series lead. Second overall was fellow Frenchman Jordan Cadenel (Husqvarna) with Spaniard Adan Quesada (KTM) stepping onto the overall podium for the first time this year in third.

The deeply rutted and incredibly technical circuit of Villars sous Ecot was the venue for round two of the 2023 European Junior e-Motocross Series. Held two weeks after the successful season-opener in Spain, another full line-up of 40 youngsters made the trip to the east of France for the second round to compete at what was a new venue for the series. Setting the pace around the slightly shortened circuit in qualifying was early points leader Timoteï Cez, ahead of last year’s series runner-up, Austin Edwards (KTM) from Great Britain.

Spanish racer Quesada aboard his KTM SX-E 5 led the way early on in race one ahead of Cez and Cadenel, before Cez found a way by to take the lead on lap two. From there Cez would build up a comfortable margin and go on to take victory from Quesada in second, who secured his best race result of the series so far. Third would go to Cadenel with the top three riders well ahead of the chasing pack.

Race two was much closer at the finish with the top three riders separated by less than four seconds! Leading from the start and looking to take two wins from two races was Cez. Close behind was Cadenel and the fast-starting Edwards with both riders vying for their first race win of the year. Remaining calm at the front and spurred on by his home fans, Cez would ultimately claim his fourth straight race win of the year by the narrowest of margins ahead of Cadenel in second with Edwards in third.

With two race wins, the overall went to Cez who extends his series lead to 14 points over Cadenel. Lucas Bos (GASGAS), who placed third overall in Spain, maintains third in the standings with the top five rounded out by Camronn Gautier (KTM) in fourth and Quesada in fifth.

The 2023 European Junior e-Motocross Series now heads to Germany for the third stop of the series on the weekend of June 10-11, running alongside the MXGP of Germany at the historic Teuschenthal race track.

Timoteï Cez: “It’s been another great weekend! Winning at my home race is really special but it wasn’t easy. Race one was really good as I was able to ride quite comfortably up front but in race two, it was really hard work. It was such a close race with Jordan and Austin and I gave it everything I had to take the win. So far, it’s been a great season and I’m looking forward to round three in Germany.”

MXe Race 1 – Top 10 Classification: 1. Timoteï Cez (FRA, GASGAS), 9:30.118; 2. Adan Quesada (ESP, KTM), +0:15.103; 3. Jordan Cadenel (FRA, GASGAS), +0:25.557; 4. Riccardo Galia (ITA, GASGAS), +0:56.160; 5. Camronn Gautier (FRA, KTM), +1:09.912; 6. Lucas Bos (FRA, GASGAS), +1:13.443; 7. Austin Edwards (GBR, KTM), +1:23.929; 8. Jonas Moutin (FRA, KTM), +1:26.755; 9. Leo Veinbergs (LAT, KTM), +1:42.004; 10. Ryan Gabriel (AUT, Husqvarna), -1 lap(s)

MXe Race 2 – Top 10 Classification: 1. Timoteï Cez (FRA, GASGAS), 9:36.713; 2. Jordan Cadenel (FRA, GASGAS), +0:00.522; 3. Austin Edwards (GBR, KTM), +0:03.974; 4. Adan Quesada (ESP, KTM), +0:17.679; 5. Camronn Gautier (FRA, KTM), +0:24.407; 6. Lucas Bos (FRA, GASGAS), +0:31.770; 7. Leo Veinbergs (LAT, KTM), +0:56.429; 8. Eddi Haustein (GER, KTM), +1:01.814; 9. Oskar Walter (GER, KTM), +1:02.994; 10. Alexander Bihlmann (GER, GASGAS), +1:03.063

MXe Overall – Top 10 Classification: 1. Timoteï Cez (FRA, GAS), 50 points; 2. Jordan Cadenel (FRA, GAS), 42 p.; 3. Adan Quesada (ESP, KTM), 40 p.; 4. Austin Edwards (GBR, KTM), 34 p.; 5. Camronn Gautier (FRA, KTM), 32 p.; 6. Lucas Bos (FRA, GAS), 30 p.; 7. Riccardo Galia (ITA, GAS), 28 p.; 8. Leo Veinbergs (LAT, KTM), 26 p.; 9. Richard Monzer (GER, KTM), 16 p.; 10. Jonas Moutin (FRA, KTM), 16 p

MXe Championship – Top 10 Classification: 1. Timoteï Cez (FRA, GAS), 100 points; 2. Jordan Cadenel (FRA, GAS), 86 p.; 3. Lucas Bos (FRA, GAS), 70 p.; 4. Camronn Gautier (FRA, KTM), 66 p.; 5. Adan Quesada (ESP, KTM), 62 p.; 6. Riccardo Galia (ITA, GAS), 51 p.; 7. Austin Edwards (GBR, KTM), 47 p.; 8. Enzo Garrido Barrios (ESP, GAS), 36 p.; 9. Alejandro Mellado Palomino (ESP, KTM), 36 p.; 10. Eddi Haustein (GER, KTM), 35 p

Timoteï Cez Dominates Opening Round of the 2023 Junior e-Motocross Series in Spain

09.05.2023 News News 2023

Reigning Junior e-Motocross Series Champion Timoteï Cez has raced to a stunning pair of moto wins at round one of the 2023 series to claim overall victory in Spain. The young French rider, competing on a GASGAS MC-E 5 for his title defence, was simply unstoppable on Spanish soil and began the new championship with a winning start. Rounding out the podium were fellow French racers Jordan Cadenel (GASGAS) in second with Lucas Bos (KTM) in third.

The technical intu Xanadú circuit in Spain played host to round one of the 2023 European Junior e-Motocross Series. A full line-up of 40 young riders from across the world made the trip to the season-opener and their weekend began with a qualifying session on Saturday morning to decide the starting order for the two seven-minute-plus-one-lap races. Posting a lap time almost five seconds faster than his closest competition, Timoteï Cez would lead the enthusiastic young riders to the line in both motos.

Leading from start to finish, Cez dominated race one to win by a staggering 46 seconds and add 25 points to his series tally. Behind the 2022 champion, Cadenel completed lap one in seventh before charging forwards and moving into second on the penultimate lap to claim his hard-fought runner-up finish. Another rider on the move in moto one was Bos on his KTM SX-E 5. Starting from outside the top 10, the French racer made two passes on the final lap to secure third.

In race two, Cez matched his moto one result, this time with a margin of victory of 20 seconds. With his nearest rivals from race one, Cadenel and Bos, rounding the first turn up front, they did all they could to stay with the fast-starting Frenchman. As they worked their way past another rising French star, Camronn Gautier, who held second until the halfway point of the race, the duo gave it everything they had but would ultimately equal their moto one results with Cadenel second and Bos in third.

With the dust now settled on an exciting opening round, the 2023 European Junior e-Motocross Series continues in two weeks’ time at the MXGP of France on May 20-21. With French riders filling the top four spots in the series standings, Cez, Cadenel, Bos, and Gautier will be eager and excited to race in front of their home crowd at the hillside circuit of Villars sous Ecot.

Timoteï Cez: “It’s amazing to start the new season with a win! The race on Saturday was really good and the track was quite technical. I got a great start and just stayed out of trouble and won with a nice margin. The second race was good as well and to win the overall is amazing. I had great starts in both races, which is really important. Up next is my home GP in France so I’m looking forward to that one!”

MXe Race 1 – Top 10 Classification: 1. Timoteï Cez (FRA, GASGAS), 9:00.408; 2. Jordan Cadenel (FRA, GASGAS), +0:45.958; 3. Lucas Bos (FRA, KTM), +0:48.447; 4. Camronn Gautier (FRA, KTM), +0:49.813; 5. Víctor Moratilla Moreno (ESP, Husqvarna), +0:53.910; 6. Pepe Badiella (ESP, GASGAS), +0:55.395; 7. Mathis Negre (FRA, KTM), +1:03.912; 8. Riccardo Galia (ITA, GASGAS), +1:05.938; 9. Enzo Garrido Barrios (ESP, GASGAS), +1:11.853; 10. Alejandro Mellado Palomino (ESP, KTM), +1:13.144; 

MXe Race 2 – Top 10 Classification: 1. Timoteï Cez (FRA, GASGAS), 9:03.710; 2. Jordan Cadenel (FRA, GASGAS), +0:19.959; 3. Lucas Bos (FRA, KTM), +0:27.408; 4. Adan Quesada (ESP, KTM), +0:38.741; 5. Camronn Gautier (FRA, KTM), +0:47.173; 6. Víctor Moratilla Moreno (ESP, Husqvarna), +0:51.957; 7. Eddi Haustein (GER, KTM), +0:53.466; 8. Ryan Gabriel (AUT, Husqvarna), +0:58.533; 9. Enzo Garrido Barrios (ESP, GASGAS), +1:02.836; 10. Alejandro Mellado Palomino (ESP, KTM), +1:06.565; 

MXe Overall – Top 10 Classification: 1. Timoteï Cez (FRA, GAS), 50 points; 2. Jordan Cadenel (FRA, GAS), 44 p.; 3. Lucas Bos (FRA, KTM), 40 p.; 4. Camronn Gautier (FRA, KTM), 34 p.; 5. Víctor Moratilla Moreno (ESP, HUS), 31 p.; 6. Enzo Garrido Barrios (ESP, GAS), 24 p.; 7. Riccardo Galia (ITA, GAS), 23 p.; 8. Mathis Negre (FRA, KTM), 23 p.; 9. Adan Quesada (ESP, KTM), 22 p.; 10. Eddi Haustein (GER, KTM), 22 p.;

MXe Championship – Top 10 Classification: 1. Timoteï Cez (FRA, GAS), 50 points; 2. Jordan Cadenel (FRA, GAS), 44 p.; 3. Lucas Bos (FRA, KTM), 40 p.; 4. Camronn Gautier (FRA, KTM), 34 p.; 5. Víctor Moratilla Moreno (ESP, HUS), 31 p.; 6. Enzo Garrido Barrios (ESP, GAS), 24 p.; 7. Riccardo Galia (ITA, GAS), 23 p.; 8. Mathis Negre (FRA, KTM), 23 p.; 9. Adan Quesada (ESP, KTM), 22 p.; 10. Eddi Haustein (GER, KTM), 22 p.;

Record Breaking 2022 European Junior e-Motocross Series Signs Off in Czech Republic with Timoteï Cez Crowned Champion!

04.08.2022 News

LOKET (Czech Republic) 17 July 2022 – Young Frenchman Timoteï Cez has today been crowned the 2022 European Junior e-Motocross Series winner in the Czech Republic after completing a remarkable season in which he claimed victory at three of the five rounds held aboard his KTM SX-E 5. Great Britain’s Austin Edwards, victor of the penultimate round at the Loket circuit placed second, with Austria’s Elias Eder claiming the series bronze medal.

With the final round broadcast live for free on MXGP-TV.comviewers from around the world were treated to history being made as a record line-up of 40 young racers filled the start gate and competed on a full length MXGP circuit for the very first time. Attracting riders from 16 nationalities including Cambeul Du preez from South Africa, and with the top two riders ahead of the trip to Loket separated by a single point, the atmosphere at the series finale was electric.

Coming into round four, Great Britain’s Cameron Berry held a slender one-point advantage over Timoteï Cez. Frustratingly for Berry, a challenging day of racing at the penultimate round saw the Brit place 12th overall as Cez delivered a commanding double victory and would enter the final round with a substantial 29-point lead. Completing the overall podium was GASGAS MC-E 5 mounted John Slade in second, with the super-consistent Logan Liberal Rodas in third.

Needing to score just 22 points at the fifth and final round to secure the title, Cez just missed out on claiming series victory with a race to spare as he came home fifth in moto one. The race win went to Austin Edwards who secured his first race triumph of the season with a comfortable lead over Elias Eder in second. Logan Liberal Rodas rounded out the podium in third.

Signing off the season with a true champion’s performance, Cez charged to his sixth race win of the year and with it, became the 2022 European Junior e-Motocross Series winner. Edwards was just two seconds adrift at the finish line in second, claiming overall victory on the day and second in the series, with Logan Liberal Rodas once again placing third for third overall. Elias Eder secured third in the final standings.

With the European Junior e-Motocross Series going from strength to strength throughout 2022 and gaining in popularity with every passing round, the second edition of the series was undoubtedly another huge success. With the season now complete, all races from the 2022 series are now available to stream for free on MXGP-TV.com with a simple sign-up required to access all of this year’s exciting racing action.

Timoteï Cez – 2022 European Junior e-Motocross Series Winner: “I can’t believe it! It’s amazing to win this series and it’s been so much fun. It was close coming into the final weekend but by winning both races on Saturday, that took some of the pressure off for Sunday. Racing on a full MXGP track this weekend was so cool and I really like hardpack tracks so I really enjoyed it. Thanks to my parents and sponsors. It has been a great year and I’m so happy to have won.

David Luongo, Infront Moto Racing CEO: “We are very proud on how the second season of the Junior e-Motocross series went. The participation of riders has been great especially during the last two rounds in Czech Republic where they could enjoy the full MXGP Track in front of thousands of fans cheering for them. For the very first time the series was also aired on MXGP-TV and for us it was a great pleasure to have the Junior e-Motocross riders LIVE on our platform as today they could really feel the same experience as the MXGP riders. I want to thank KTM AG for their collaboration”.

Federico Valentini – Vice President Global Motorcycle Marketing: “With the second edition of the European Junior e-Motocross Series now complete, we can look back on what has been another successful season. It has been a really exciting project from the very beginning and now that we have completed year two, there is a clear sense of positivity surrounding this series. The level of interest in what we’ve created has been building with each passing round and we have seen more and more riders enter, with a full line-up of 40 riders competing at the final two rounds. What we have delivered this season has been incredible, especially with the fourth and fifth rounds taking place on a full MXGP circuit for the very first time. This fact alone shows just how capable and developed these e-powered motorcycles are. Another first this season was that the final round was shown live on MXGP-TV for free, taking the series into the homes of a truly global audience and showcasing e-powered motorsports in such a positive way. Together with Infront Moto Racing we have created this series and the future of motocross looks very promising with our shared passion and vision. Finally, I must congratulate Timoteï Cez on his success. The competition this season was really close and he rode with style and composure beyond his years. I would like to thank each and every rider who competed this season, as well as their supportive families, who have given everyone a glimpse into the future of motorsports.”

MXE – Race 1 – Top 10 Classification: 1. Austin Edwards (GBR, KTM), 8:48.478; 2. Elias Eder (AUT, KTM), +0:22.219; 3. Logan Liberal Rodas (ESP, KTM), +0:23.543; 4. John Slade (GBR, GASGAS), +0:24.263; 5. Timoteï Cez (FRA, KTM), +0:31.826; 6. Cameron Berry (GBR, KTM), +0:35.833; 7. Eddi Haustein (GER, KTM), +0:55.319; 8. Adan Quesada (ESP, KTM), +1:01.524; 9. Ares Gil (ESP, Husqvarna), +1:10.165; 10. Riccardo Galia (ITA, GASGAS), +1:13.480;

MXE – Race 2 – Top 10 Classification: 1. Timoteï Cez (FRA, KTM), 8:46.947; 2. Austin Edwards (GBR, KTM), +0:02.877; 3. Logan Liberal Rodas (ESP, KTM), +0:10.629; 4. Elias Eder (AUT, KTM), +0:14.463; 5. John Slade (GBR, GASGAS), +0:29.335; 6. Riccardo Galia (ITA, GASGAS), +0:32.522; 7. Cameron Berry (GBR, KTM), +0:46.540; 8. Alejandto Mellado Palomino (ESP, KTM), +0:52.545; 9. Tao Corretel (BEL, GASGAS), +0:55.904; 10. Eddi Haustein (GER, KTM), +0:57.714;

MXE – Overall Top 10 Classification: 1. Austin Edwards (GBR, KTM), 47 points; 2. Timoteï Cez (FRA, KTM), 41 p.; 3. Logan Liberal Rodas (ESP, KTM), 40 p.; 4. Elias Eder (AUT, KTM), 40 p.; 5. John Slade (GBR, GAS), 34 p.; 6. Cameron Berry (GBR, KTM), 29 p.; 7. Riccardo Galia (ITA, GAS), 26 p.; 8. Eddi Haustein (GER, KTM), 25 p.; 9. Ares Gil (ESP, HUS), 22 p.; 10. Alejandto Mellado Palomino (ESP, KTM), 19 p.;

MXE – Championship Top 10 Classification: 1. Timoteï Cez (FRA, KTM), 210 points; 2. Austin Edwards (GBR, KTM), 187 p.; 3. Elias Eder (AUT, KTM), 173 p.; 4. Logan Liberal Rodas (ESP, KTM), 170 p.; 5. Cameron Berry (GBR, KTM), 169 p.; 6. Adan Quesada (ESP, KTM), 124 p.; 7. Riccardo Galia (ITA, GAS), 124 p.; 8. Ares Gil (ESP, HUS), 107 p.; 9. Alejandto Mellado Palomino (ESP, KTM), 101 p.; 10. Tao Corretel (BEL, GAS), 85 p.;

MXE – Manufacturers Classification: 1. KTM, 250 points; 2. GASGAS, 149 p.; 3. Husqvarna, 135 p.

Record Number of Riders Line Up for Round Three of the European Junior e-Motocross Series

20.06.2022 News news-2022

Gaining in popularity with every passing round, the third stop of the European Junior e-Motocross Series attracted a record line-up or 35 riders from 13 countries. The strong entry delivered close racing throughout both races around the Teutschenthal circuit in Germany with the overall victory secured by young French racer Timoteï Cez. Joining Cez on the rostrum were a pair of British racers, Austin Edwards in second with Cameron Berry in third.

Racing to victory at round one of the European Junior e-Motocross Series just two weeks ago in Spain, Timoteï Cez endured a tough second round at home in France to place seventh overall. Eager to put his title aspirations back on track in Germany the youngster was flawless all weekend. Posting the fastest time in qualifying, he then stormed to victory in both races to secure his second overall win of the series.

In the opening race, Cez lead from start to finish aboard his KTM SX-E 5 while an intense battle for the remaining spots on the podium unfolded behind him. Round two overall runner-up Austin Edwards was on the move throughout the seven minute plus one lap race, advancing from fourth on lap one to make the pass for the runner-up position on the final lap. Spaniard Logan Liberal Rodas chased Edwards across finish line for third with current series leader, Berry, who crashed twice, in sixth.

Race two saw Cez once again show his competition the fast way around the hardpack circuit, claiming another impressive victory and securing maximum points. Capitalising on their strong starts, Berry, Austria’s Elias Eder, and Edwards quickly found themselves in a race-long fight for a place on the podium. It was Berry who would come out on top of the tussle to finish as runner-up, with Eder third and Edwards fourth. At the finish line, the trio were separated by just three seconds in what was a truly dramatic end to the second race in Germany.

At the conclusion of an exciting third round, Berry retains the European Junior e-Motocross Series lead by just a single point over Cez, while the super-consistent Edwards advances to third. Now, with only two rounds to go and 100 points still up for grabs, the series will conclude with a double header event at the MXGP of Czech Republic on July 16-17.

Timoteï Cez: “My weekend went really well here in Germany. I must thank my parents and all of my sponsors. It was just a perfect weekend for me. I had good starts in both races, which helped a lot, and I love this kind of track with it being hardpack and all the beautiful ruts. It’s great to win again and I’m excited for the final two rounds next month.”

Cameron Berry: “The first moto wasn’t so good as I crashed twice but I was able to finish sixth and score some good points. Race two was much better for me by finishing second and I wasn’t too far from the leader, so I was much happier with that one. I’m in a good position with the series lead going into the final two rounds so I’m happy and excited for the trip to Loket.”

Results – 2022 European Junior e-Motocross Series – Round Three, Germany

Overall Classification

1. Timoteï Cez (KTM) 50 pts

2. Austin Edwards (KTM) 40

3. Cameron Berry (KTM) 37

Race One

1. Timoteï Cez (KTM)

British Riders Shine in France at Challenging European Junior e-Motocross Series Round Two

07.06.2022 News news-2022

ERNEE (France) – 5 June 2022 – The 2022 European Junior e-Motocross Series continued in France this weekend where British racer Cameron Berry claimed a hard-fought overall victory at round two. Mastering the muddy conditions in race one to take his first win of the season, the KTM SX-E 5 rider, who was celebrating his birthday in France, placed fourth in race two to secure the top spot on the podium and move into the series lead. Joining Berry on the rostrum was fellow Brit Austin Edwards together with French rider Noé Methais in third.


Taking place at the historical hillside circuit of Ernée in north-west France, round two of the 2022 European Junior e-Motocross Series tested the ability of each young rider and their e-powered machinery. Adding to the challenge of the iconic track were the weather conditions on Saturday, which postponed race one until Sunday morning, with race two taking place in the afternoon in front of the largest crowd to ever witness the pioneering series.

Shortly after the gate dropped for race one, a battle at the front quickly emerged between home favourite Noé Methais and battling Brits Cameron Berry and Austin Edwards. Leading the way for three laps, Methais would ultimately finish third in the race as Berry and Edwards advanced on the final lap with Cameron going on to claim victory from Austin. Last weekend’s overall winner, France’s Timoteï Cez, would place 19th aboard his KTM.


Race two was all about the top three overall from round one in Spain. From the start, Austria’s Elias Eder was never headed throughout the seven-minute-plus-one-lap race as he charged to a well-deserved win for his second victory this season. Early series leader, Timoteï Cez, would place second ahead of Spain’s Logan Liberal Rodas in third, who was chased across the finish line by race one winner Berry, in fourth.


After two rounds of European Junior e-Motocross Series action, it’s round two winner Berry who now leads the series with a healthy 14-point margin. Behind the Brit, the next five riders are separated by just eight points and led by round one winner, Cez, in second, with Eder just one point adrift in third.


The 2022 European Junior e-Motocross Series continues with round three next weekend in Germany on June 11-12.


Cameron Berry: “It feels really good to win here in France and to be leading the series now is amazing! The first race was really muddy and difficult, but I still enjoyed it and winning that one was awesome. The second race was good too. I’m really happy with today and I’m looking forward to Germany next weekend.”


MXE – Race 1 – Top 10 Classification:
1. Cameron Berry (GBR, KTM), 9:34.742; 2. Austin Edwards (GBR, KTM), +0:36.489; 3. Noé Methais (FRA, KTM), +1:12.791; 4. Jules Ginestet (FRA, KTM), +1:42.507; 5. Timo Scharinger (AUT, Husqvarna), +2:02.803; 6. Adan Quesada (ESP, KTM), +2:06.958; 7. Tao Corretel (BEL, GASGAS), -1 lap(s); 8. Richard Monzer (GER, KTM), -1 lap(s); 9. Ares Gil (ESP, Husqvarna), -1 lap(s); 10. Elicia Kullman (SWE, Husqvarna), -1 lap(s);


MXE – Race 2 – Top 10 Classification: 1. Elias Eder (AUT, KTM), 9:42.674; 2. Timoteï Cez (FRA, KTM), +0:06.952; 3. Logan Liberal Rodas (ESP, KTM), +0:08.618; 4. Cameron Berry (GBR, KTM), +0:14.763; 5. Austin Edwards (GBR, KTM), +0:18.160; 6. Adan Quesada (ESP, KTM), +0:27.188; 7. Riccardo Galia (ITA, GASGAS), +0:56.343; 8. Ares Gil (ESP, Husqvarna), +0:59.255; 9. Conrad Pinchon (FRA, KTM), +1:11.945; 10. Noé Methais (FRA, KTM), +1:13.889;


MXE – Overall Top 10 Classification: 1. Cameron Berry (GBR, KTM), 43 points; 2. Austin Edwards (GBR, KTM), 38 p.; 3. Noé Methais (FRA, KTM), 31 p.; 4. Adan Quesada (ESP, KTM), 30 p.; 5. Elias Eder (AUT, KTM), 25 p.; 6. Ares Gil (ESP, HUS), 25 p.; 7. Timoteï Cez (FRA, KTM), 24 p.; 8. Riccardo Galia (ITA, GAS), 24 p.; 9. Tao Corretel (BEL, GAS), 24 p.; 10. Richard Monzer (GER, KTM), 22 p.;


MXE – Championship Top 10 Classification: 1. Cameron Berry (GBR, KTM), 83 points; 2. Timoteï Cez (FRA, KTM), 69 p.; 3. Elias Eder (AUT, KTM), 68 p.; 4. Austin Edwards (GBR, KTM), 68 p.; 5. Logan Liberal Rodas (ESP, KTM), 62 p.; 6. Adan Quesada (ESP, KTM), 61 p.; 7. Riccardo Galia (ITA, GAS), 46 p.; 8. Timo Scharinger (AUT, HUS), 44 p.; 9. Ares Gil (ESP, HUS), 44 p.; 10. Alejandto Mellado Palomino (ESP, KTM), 41 p.;


MXE – Manufacturers Classification: 1. KTM, 100 points; 2. Husqvarna, 57 p.; 3. GASGAS, 50 p.;

Timoteï Cez Wins Round One of the 2022 Junior e-Motocross Series

01.06.2022 News news-2022

ntu-Xanadù – ARROYOMOLINOS (Spain) 29 May 2022 – Young French rider Timoteï Cez has emerged victorious at the opening round of the 2022 European Junior e-Motocross Series in Spain. Racing to victory under the Spanish sunshine in race one, the KTM SX-E 5 mounted rider claimed third in race two to secure overall victory. Rounding out an all KTM overall podium were Austria’s Elias Eder in second, with Logan Liberal Rodas, racing in front of an enthusiastic home crowd, placing third.

The spectacular intu Xanadú circuit in Spain was the beautiful setting for round one of the 2022 European Junior e-Motocross Series. After an early qualifying session on Saturday morning to determine gate pick for both races, the strong line-up of excited young riders took to the start line later in the day for the highly anticipated opening race of the season.

After the gate dropped in race one, second-fastest qualifier Timoteï Cez led every lap to deliver an impressive start to finish victory. Challenging him for the lead throughout the seven-minute-plus-one-lap race was Great Britain’s Cameron Berry (KTM) who crossed the finish line just under one second behind the Frenchman for second. Berry was closely followed home by Spain’s Logan Liberal Rodas in third with the fastest qualifier, Elias Eder, fourth.

Fast starting Berry led the opening lap of the second race before Eder made the pass for the lead on lap two. From there, the Austrian then fended off multiple challenges from Liberal Rodas, who moved past Berry on lap two, throughout the remainder of the race to secure victory with the Spaniard just two seconds adrift at the finish. Race one winner, Cez, set the fastest lap of the race on his way to securing third and with it claimed overall victory ahead of Eder with Liberal Rodas in third.

On top of what was an exciting first round of racing that saw all competitors race on the same, but mildly revised circuit as the MXGP riders, round one was full of experiences for all involved. A track walk on Friday with Joel Smets (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team Manager) and MXGP rider Mattia Guadagnini (Red Bull GASGAS Factory Racing) made for an exciting and educational start to the weekend. The young riders also enjoyed a tour of the MXGP paddock with exclusive access to the factory racing teams of KTM, Husqvarna, and GASGAS where they met all their racing heroes.

The five-round 2022 European Junior e-Motocross Series continues next weekend at the Monster Energy MXGP of France on June 4-5.

Timoteï Cez: “My weekend in Spain was really good! I’m really proud of what I have achieved this weekend and for the next round I will have the red plate so my bike will look super cool! There was such a big crowd here and it was so much fun racing in front of them. This race was such a cool experience and I can’t wait for the rest of the races. I have to thank my parents and sponsors for getting me here and the goal for the rest of the season is to keep hold of the red plate.”

MXE – Race 1 – Top 10 Classification: 1. Timoteï Cez (FRA, KTM), 9:42.611; 2. Cameron Berry (GBR, KTM), +0:00.707; 3. Logan Liberal Rodas (ESP, KTM), +0:01.525; 4. Elias Eder (AUT, KTM), +0:10.067; 5. Austin Edwards (GBR, KTM), +0:11.338; 6. Adan Quesada (ESP, KTM), +0:19.720; 7. Alejandto Mellado Palomino (ESP, KTM), +0:22.313; 8. Timo Scharinger (AUT, Husqvarna), +0:52.645; 9. Oscar Martinez Carbonell (ESP, Husqvarna), +0:53.927; 10. Diego Oliveros Alonso (ESP, Husqvarna), +0:56.546;

MXE – Race 2 – Top 10 Classification: 1. Elias Eder (AUT, KTM), 9:15.169; 2. Logan Liberal Rodas (ESP, KTM), +0:02.005; 3. Timoteï Cez (FRA, KTM), +0:09.065; 4. Cameron Berry (GBR, KTM), +0:18.181; 5. Adan Quesada (ESP, KTM), +0:19.764; 6. Oscar Martinez Carbonell (ESP, Husqvarna), +0:21.054; 7. Austin Edwards (GBR, KTM), +0:23.637; 8. Alejandto Mellado Palomino (ESP, KTM), +0:40.345; 9. Riccardo Galia (ITA, GASGAS), +0:41.116; 10. Ares Gil (ESP, Husqvarna), +0:41.484;

MXE – Overall Top 10 Classification: 1. Timoteï Cez (FRA, KTM), 45 points; 2. Elias Eder (AUT, KTM), 43 p.; 3. Logan Liberal Rodas (ESP, KTM), 42 p.; 4. Cameron Berry (GBR, KTM), 40 p.; 5. Adan Quesada (ESP, KTM), 31 p.; 6. Austin Edwards (GBR, KTM), 30 p.; 7. Oscar Martinez Carbonell (ESP, HUS), 27 p.; 8. Alejandto Mellado Palomino (ESP, KTM), 27 p.; 9. Riccardo Galia (ITA, GAS), 22 p.; 10. Timo Scharinger (AUT, HUS), 22 p.;

MXE – Series Top 10 Classification: 1. Timoteï Cez (FRA, KTM), 45 points; 2. Elias Eder (AUT, KTM), 43 p.; 3. Logan Liberal Rodas (ESP, KTM), 42 p.; 4. Cameron Berry (GBR, KTM), 40 p.; 5. Adan Quesada (ESP, KTM), 31 p.; 6. Austin Edwards (GBR, KTM), 30 p.; 7. Oscar Martinez Carbonell (ESP, HUS), 27 p.; 8. Alejandto Mellado Palomino (ESP, KTM), 27 p.; 9. Riccardo Galia (ITA, GAS), 22 p.; 10. Timo Scharinger (AUT, HUS), 22 p.;

MXE – Manufacturers Classification: 1. KTM, 50 points; 2. Husqvarna, 28 p.; 3. GASGAS, 22 p.;

Registrations for the 2022 European Junior E-Motocross Series nears full capacity

09.05.2022 News news-2022

CHAMPIONS OF TOMORROW URGED TO SIGN-UP SOON TO CONFIRM THEIR PLACE.

Registrations for the 2022 European Junior e-Motocross Series are now close to reaching full capacity and interested riders and parents are encouraged to enter soon to secure their place. In recent weeks, a surge of entries has been received and with round one just four weeks away, spots on the 40-rider start line have become very limited. Visit www.junioremotocross.com to sign-up.

Returning for a second season after the successful partnership between Husqvarna Motorcycles and Infront Moto Racing brought the capabilities of e-mobility to a global audience in 2021, the 2022 European Junior e-Motocross Series looks set to be even more popular.

Open to all riders aged 6-8 years old as of January 1, 2022, one of the most unique aspects of the series is that it runs alongside the MXGP World Championship. Young racers will have the exclusive opportunity to compete on the same circuits as their motocross heroes, and also enjoy a similar schedule at each round with a timed qualifying session followed by two points-paying races.

Taking place through the summer months, the European Junior e-Motocross Series begins at the MXGP of Spain on May 28-29. The next two rounds follow in quick succession with a visit to France one week later, then Germany the following weekend. The MXGP of Czech Republic on July 16-17 hosts a season-ending, double-header event where the champion will be crowned.

For every rider competing on the EE 5 machine, they will receive a selection of Husqvarna Motorcycles merchandise and accessories with the eventual European Junior e-Motocross Series Champion securing an exclusive prize – a trip for the winner and one guest to the FIM Motocross of Nations in September.

For additional information on the series and to secure one of the remaining places on the start line, please visit – www.junioremotocross.com

Highlights from the inaugural series can be found here.

Calendar – 2022 European Junior e-Motocross Series

Round 1: 28-29 May MXGP of Spain – intu Xanadú – Arroyomolinos

Round 2: 4-5 June MXGP of France – Ernée

Round 3: 11-12 June MXGP of Germany – Teutschenthal

Round 4: 16 July MXGP of Czech Republic – Loket

Round 5: 17 July MXGP of Czech Republic – Loket

Infront Moto Racing and KTM AG are pleased to open registrations for the 2022 European Junior E-Motocross Series

09.05.2022 News news-2022

MONACO (Principality of Monaco) 24 March 2022 – Returning for a second season after a highly positive maiden campaign in 2021, rider registrations for the 2022 European Junior e-Motocross Series – co-created successfully between Infront Moto Racing and  KTM AG – are now officially open. With all 40 places on the gate expected to sell out fast, parents and guardians of interested riders are encouraged to sign up now to secure a place on the start line for what’s set to be another exciting year of e-powered motorsport.

Unified by a shared mission to develop talented young racers, KTM AG and Infront Moto Racing joined forces just under 12 months ago to create the European Junior e-Motocross Series. The all-electric racing series proved to be incredibly popular in 2021 and for 2022 will once again be played out over five rounds alongside selected FIM Motocross World Championship events.

Beginning on May 29 at the MXGP of Spain, the European Junior e-Motocross Series will visit France and Germany, before drawing to a close with a two-day event at the MXGP of Czech Republic over the weekend of July 16-17. Retaining a proven race format, all 40 riders competing in the European Junior e-Motocross Series will take on a timed qualifying session to determine gate pick, followed by two races. At the conclusion of each round the top three riders overall will then climb onto the podium to celebrate their success.

To enter the series, all riders must be aged between 6-8 years old (age taken on January 1, 2022) and ride an electric-powered KTM SX-E 5, GASGAS MC-E 5 or Husqvarna EE 5, committing to racing at a minimum of three rounds. Successful entrants will then receive a special entry package consisting of branded merchandise dependant on the bike they own. For the eventual 2022 European Junior e-Motocross Series champion, an exclusive prize is on offer – a trip for two to the USA to attend the Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations on September 25.

David Luongo, Infront Moto Racing CEO: “The partnership that was formed last year between Infront Moto Racing and KTM AG to create the European Junior e-Motocross Series has been really positive. We have received such enthusiastic feedback from the riders and their families, which has made all the hard work behind the scenes worthwhile. It’s a really exciting series that not only allows young riders the chance to compete alongside MXGP, but it allows the manufacturers, KTM, Husqvarna Motorcycles, and GASGAS, to gain valuable information on their bikes being raced in a competitive environment. E-powered motorsport is evolving all the time and for Infront Moto Racing, it’s an important step to have this series running alongside the FIM Motocross World Championship.”

Florian Burguet, Vice President KTM Global Marketing: “The European Junior e-Motocross Series returns for 2022 and marks another exciting and positive step towards the future. For KTM AG and its brands, the introduction of this series, which was created alongside Infront Moto Racing last year, was a pivotal moment for all involved. It’s incredibly important because we can showcase the latest developments in e-powered technologies to a worldwide audience thanks to each round taking place alongside MXGP. As the global leader in the offroad market, we understand the importance of introducing younger racers into the sport of motocross and the European Junior e-Motocross Series is the perfect place for them to begin their racing careers.”

To discover everything there is to know about the European Junior e-Motocross Series and to secure a place on the start line, please visit – www.junioremotocross.com