FIM-E Champions Review – Alan Morrison Jnr – FIM-E Super Street Bike

Yeovil’s Alan Morrison Jnr grabbed attention on the FIM-E circuit with a breakthrough win at the European Finals in 2022. Boosted by the confidence gained, Morrison Jnr and the Protek prepped team headed into 2023 with a degree of focus. A clean sweep at the opening Main Event at Santa Pod in May led to a relatively hurried rescheduling to enable the British team to make the subsequent events in Sweden and Germany over the summer.  

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FIM-E Champions Review – Leah Morrison FIM-E Junior Drag Bike Cup

Although a short season (three events in comparison to five for the FIM-E championship classes), the FIM-E Junior Drag Bike Cup was something of a rollercoaster ride through England, Germany and back to England. The Euro Finals would continue the theme with the destination of the 2023 Junior Drag Bike title not decided until the final round of eliminations with Leah Morrison taking the big Cup back to the south west of England.

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FIA European Top Fuel champ Ida Zetterström to make NHRA debut with JCM Racing

Newly crowned FIA Top Fuel champion Ida Zetterström is on the move. Zetterström has announced her plans to make her NHRA Top Fuel debut with JCM Racing during the 2024 NHRA Mission Foods Drag Racing Series season. The Finnish driver is making a major commitment to her NHRA goals by moving to the United States to pursue her dreams of competing for an NHRA world championship. She plans to run a limited schedule in 2024 with the goal of running a full-time campaign in 2025. 

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Linn Fløysvik shines at official FIA Prize Giving

Following the glittering FIA Prize Giving on Friday evening, the celebration of motorsport champions and title winners from 2023 continued on Saturday December 9, with successful drivers and co-drivers from regional and international competitions gathering in Baku, the Azerbaijan capital, to receive their coveted awards. Drag racing was represented by Linn Fløysvik.

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Tina Høst Nedregård and her remarkable 2023 Top Methanol debut

To say that Tina Høst Nedregård impressed at her championship debut is an understatement. The 34-year old Norwegian finalized her licensing procedure at Gardermoen Raceway to claim the number one qualifying position less than a week later at the Summit Racing Equipment Internationals at Tierp Arena. Maybe even more impressive than the number one qualifying position was the way she controlled the car and the elapsed time. The 5.265 seconds on what was her second official qualifying run, was the third quickest pass in European Top Methanol history! And with a 5.30-second run in the first round of eliminations, she proved that it was no coincidence at all.

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